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New York - Gov. Phil Murphy Says New Jersey’s Election Will Be Done Mostly By Mail

KYW 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 hr ago

New York - Gov. Phil Murphy Says New Jersey’s Election Will Be Done Mostly By Mail

"The United States Postal Service has worn nearly every state, it may not be able to live ER ballots in time. Now 46 of the 50 states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the District of Columbia, have been warned that voters could be at risk of not getting their balance back to election offices in time. Governor Phil Murphy says that residents in the Garden State will be able to vote almost exclusively by mail We hear more from Kate would've used Mike Doherty mail in ballots will be sent to every registered voter in New Jersey a month before the Action and the deadline for votes to be counted is extended by two days because Governor Murphy expects delays with the post office results here and across our nation showed that making it easier to vote. Does not favor anyone Political party, but it does favor democracy. No voter should fear for the sanctity of their

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Philadelphia - Gov. Phil Murphy Says New Jersey’s Election Will Be Done Mostly By Mail

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:21 sec | 7 hrs ago

Philadelphia - Gov. Phil Murphy Says New Jersey’s Election Will Be Done Mostly By Mail

"New Jersey will conduct its general election mostly by male because of the Corona virus pandemic, sending ballots to active registered voters while also providing the option to vote in person. Here's Governor Phil Murphy from yesterday. Today we are announcing that the November 3rd general election will be held overwhelmingly through vote by mail.

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Gov. Murphy Announces Predominantly Mail-In Election in November

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 8 hrs ago

Gov. Murphy Announces Predominantly Mail-In Election in November

"New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is making the November election a vote by mail affair. But with some changes in the process after after last last month's month's primary primary ballots ballots will will go go out out to to every every registered registered voter voter a a month month in in advance advance with with postage postage paid paid envelopes envelopes to to return return them. them. I'll I'll even even be be a a Web Web site site to to track track your ballot if you mail it. Given the possibility of problems at the Post office, Murphy's giving people two more ways to vote. Every voter will also have the option to either return their balance through a secure dropbox and we're expanding the number of those drop boxes or toe handed directly to a poll worker at a polling place on Election Day. Now there's polling places are limited, but they will be open for people to cast this provisional ballots. Mail ballots have to be postmarked by November 3rd, they must arrive at county election offices. One week later, the governor promised to explain the process to those who are either unfamiliar or uncomfortable with it.

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New York - 5 More People Charged in Public Corruption Investigation

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

New York - 5 More People Charged in Public Corruption Investigation

"Have been charged an ongoing corruption probe, including a former status involving a former state assemblyman in a Jersey City school board president. New Jersey's attorney general says these new defendants are accused of giving more than 1/2 $1,000,000 to political parties and candidates to be secretly reimbursed by a law firm. Later. The firm then claimed it made no notable contributions in places it was soliciting contracts. These five new defendants are charged concealment or misrepresentation of contributions. Officials say New Jersey's pate play laws are intended to prevent exactly this kind of buying an unfair advantage.

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US 2020: Postal service warns of delays in mail-in vote count

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:39 sec | 14 hrs ago

US 2020: Postal service warns of delays in mail-in vote count

"With all that it has broad. There's a warning of trouble. Big trouble ahead with mailed ballots in the upcoming election. The November 3rd general election will be held overwhelmingly through vote by mail. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced what could become common across the country. This presidential election thanks to the pandemic, But the Washington Post reports the U. S Postal Service has worn 46 states and the District of Columbia. It can't guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the Ction will arrive in time to be counted. The new Trump appointed Postmaster General Lewis to Joy has started implementing cost saving measures to cut overtime. Democrats in Congress have called for an investigation. 20 Gillette

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Apple removes Fortnite from app stores

Steve Trevelise

00:50 sec | 18 hrs ago

Apple removes Fortnite from app stores

"The APP store. It's if not the most important game in the world. Certainly one of them has protocols. David Pierce, he says. Apple's ban on fortnight came after developer at the game's changed its payment system so that it bypassed apples 30% fee on in APP purchases so epic puts out this update Apple pretty much immediately. Kicks fortnight out of the APP store, saying, you've broken our rule. It is. I mean, it is the simplest possible rule to break and they broke it. Epic clearly saw this coming and immediately files. A lawsuit against Apple here says it comes as Apple faces increased scrutiny over how it treats developers and the APP store. But it's tough to say who will come out on top, either. Someone is just going to Givin, which seems unlikely, or we're gonna have some kind of big regulation fight with Tech trends. Chuck's Iverson

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New Jersey Man Charged With Coercing And Enticing

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 18 hrs ago

New Jersey Man Charged With Coercing And Enticing

"Jury already indicted 42 year old Jose Torres For coercing an enticing for women of allegedly finding his victims on sex worker websites, including heroes erotic monkey interest. Getting the women to come to New Jersey from a faraway is Canada by offering a lot of money, though not paying them and then frightening them into having sex. But the FBI suggests this may be the tip of the iceberg, saying Torres has done this for more than 10 years and travelled widely. During that time. They hope to find more victims if there are any to help with the investigation, announcing that cooperation would be useful.

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New Jersey will send mail-in ballots to 'everybody' for 2020 election, despite Trump's attacks, governor says

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

New Jersey will send mail-in ballots to 'everybody' for 2020 election, despite Trump's attacks, governor says

"Stressing that this isn't about politics, but that public health and preventing voter disenfranchisement Governor Murphy drew on results from the June primary, which was also done predominantly by mail here in New Jersey. We saw increased participation. The second highest state primary turnout in history, there will still be in person voting in anyone who's worried about their vote getting lost in the mail can deliver it themselves to a drop box at the polling site. The decision comes a day after President Trump talked about cutting funding for the U. S Postal Service. He claims mail in ballots caused widespread voter fraud, the Postal Service and it's necessary funding is being turned into a political football by those who simply don't believe in expanding Ballot access for people in Patterson, including a council member or charged with fraud after the June

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Trump to visit younger brother hospitalized in New York

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Trump to visit younger brother hospitalized in New York

"Has been hospitalized in New York. While the White House did not immediately released details about why Robert Trump is in the hospital. A spokesman did say that he was seriously ill. Judd Deere adds that the president is expected to visit his 72 year old brother at the Manhattan hospital Today, Trump was already scheduled to head to his property in bed. Mr New Jersey Robert Trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Trump family seeking to stop publication of a Tell All book by the president's niece, Mary, titled Too much and never enough. Shelly Adler, Washington, the city of Minneapolis projects, about 100

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Trump's younger brother, Robert, is hospitalized in New York

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Trump's younger brother, Robert, is hospitalized in New York

"President trump younger brother has been hospitalized in New York well the White House did not immediately release details about white Robert trump is in the hospital a spokesman did say that he was seriously ill John Deere adds that the president is expected to visit his seventy two year old brother at the Manhattan hospital today trump was already scheduled to head to his property in Bedminster New Jersey Robert trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the trump family seeking to stop publication of a tell all book by the president's niece Mary titled too much and never enough surely a blur Washington

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Trump's younger brother, Robert, is hospitalized in New York

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Trump's younger brother, Robert, is hospitalized in New York

"President trump younger brother has been hospitalized in New York well the White House did not immediately release details about white Robert trump is in the hospital a spokesman did say that he was seriously ill John Deere adds that the president is expected to visit his seventy two year old brother at the Manhattan hospital today trump was already scheduled to head to his property in Bedminster New Jersey Robert trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the trump family seeking to stop publication of a tell all book by the president's niece Mary titled too much and never enough surely a blur Washington

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New York - NJ November election will be held mostly by mail, Gov. Murphy says

Frank Beckmann

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

New York - NJ November election will be held mostly by mail, Gov. Murphy says

"His name is Phil Murphy announced the state's November election will be held largely through mail in ballots, and there will also be in person voting. And so he was asked if he was worried there could be voter fraud like the kind seen in the city of Paterson, New Jersey a few months ago, there was a very specific issues around the Patterson Mail in ballots in our May local elections in the law enforcement is actually pursuing that overwhelmingly. This was successful. You'd never could say it about 1000 but I'm pretty sure that we have a higher probability of being hit by lightning than we do. Uncovering voter from Joe Biden has

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New York's economic outlook ranked worst in the nation

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

New York's economic outlook ranked worst in the nation

"New York State worst in the nation for economic outlook to recover from the pandemic. The American Legislative Council, a conservative think tank. Pointed the high taxes and state that it said the only way New York and climb out of the hole is through pro growth policies, eliminating government regulation and slashing taxes. New York was joined by New Jersey and Vermont in the bottom three. The council rank Utah and Wyoming is having the best economic outlook's

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New Jersey schools allowed to offer virtual learning

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

New Jersey schools allowed to offer virtual learning

"Of Health guidelines air out which give me some new insight on how schools will handle cases and j dot com says under the plan, If one or two students or teachers is diagnosed, everybody who came into close contact with them would have to stay home for 14 days. But if two people in different classrooms get sick, the whole school could have to shut down. New Jersey announced this week that schools will be allowed to open with only virtual classes if they don't feel with safe to offer in person learning. Wins news time,

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What Contact Tracing Data Is Telling Us About How COVID-19 Spreads

Morning Edition

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

What Contact Tracing Data Is Telling Us About How COVID-19 Spreads

"And NPR's survey of state health departments in the US finds few of them are publicizing data from their Corona virus contact tracing programs. As NPR's Selina Simmons, Duffin reports. Public health experts say transparency is essential in combating covert 19 Contact tracing happens when the public health worker calls each person who tested positive for the Corona virus, asks about their close contacts and then calls those contacts to tell them to quarantine on Ly 12 states and Washington, D C surveyed by NPR are publicly sharing the data. They're gathering from this process. I think it's a little bit scattershot right now, but the states that are doing it. It's a good star. That's Crystal Watson, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, who collaborated with P. R. On the survey. She highlights a few states including New Jersey, Louisiana and Delaware, that they're doing a good job, sharing this data publicly and hopes that more will follow their lead.

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Democratic Senators Suggest Bill of Rights for College Athletes

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Democratic Senators Suggest Bill of Rights for College Athletes

"Senators now rolling out what's being called the college athletes. Bill of Rights. This legislation hoping to help college athletes not just make money from their names, images and likenesses, But it would also create some new safety and wellness standards, improve health care and also try to improve their academic success. On top of that senators lead by Cory Booker of New Jersey and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut. Other senators, including newly named Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris of California, and former VP up former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Meantime, the

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Prosecutors: Man sought to have his child porn victim killed

Steve Trevelise

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

Prosecutors: Man sought to have his child porn victim killed

"Accusations of child porn coercion turned to a plan to murder, prosecutors say 31 year old Haddonfield resident John Michael Most Bach. Reportedly exchanged explicit images and videos with a 13 year old girl from New York. Prosecutors say he paid $20,000 in Bitcoins to have someone kill her. Before calling it off.

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New Jersey Governor Not Ruling Out Remote School Mandate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

New Jersey Governor Not Ruling Out Remote School Mandate

"News update schools in the South of sent students home after positive tests, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says he's being cautious. Correspondent Meg Oliver. He's not ruling out ordering a statewide all remote learning mandate, even at the 11th hour. I think superintendents are extremely concerned they're wasting their time. Developing these hybrid models know they're not wasting their time. Even if at the last minute you have to say, Hey, we have to go all remote. You just can't take off the table that this thing is going to rear its head and we have to be prepared for that Big Sky Conference has now scrubbed college football for the fall. CBS's James Brown get all the hoopla poppin circumstance associated with sports, but should not health and welfare safety be the top priority, and CDC director Robert Redfield tells Web D. It's not just Covad 19 anymore. This is a year I'm asking people to really I just think deep down about getting flu vaccine, CBS News update. I'm Peter King. It is

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"That's a look at New Jersey fast traffic and I'm Jeff from New Jersey first time is five nineteen M. chief meteorologist Dan Harel if you're out the door forecast for this Tuesday morning it's cool to start off with forties right now and will only top out upper fifties to around sixty K. so you want the jacket and a sunglasses it'll be mostly sunny and breezy discussed to about twenty to thirty miles an hour I think the wind will be our weather nuisance of the day police will stay dry New Jersey first this time still five nineteen on your radio online on your smart speakers switch to sprint to get our best unlimited deal ever four lines of unlimited for just a hundred dollars a month if that's not enough for throwing in for Samsung galaxy phones on us shop from the comfort of your home at sprint dot com call eight hundred sprint one or come see us in our stores phone after thirty five forty two per month critically too much credit applied to build a cancel early remaining balance due on the basic after seven thirty one twenty one for thirty five dollars per month per line without okay did any privatization during congestion coverage and often not available for excellence access fees and running speed maximum he's real thirty dollar activation fee and fifty to five one forty five over ninety to one eighty all four one eleven I had a heart attack and cardiac arrest and then a stroke your blood pressure numbers could change your life lowering your high blood pressure could save you from a heart attack or stroke if you stop your treatment plan restarted or talk to your doctor about creating one that works better for you start taking the right steps and manager P. P. dot org try to get better sure whatever Erica how disassociation American medical association and let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn and skinny but he noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Your smart speaker New Jersey won a one point five news time five thirty eight down zero commuter whether we have temperatures that are in the thirties and forties going in the fifties today sunny dry but windy day and says in New Jersey and around the world now here is the latest on the corona virus pandemic New Jersey hospitals starting to see a surge of critical patients infected with Kobe at nineteen is this the beginning of the end of the crisis health officials say maybe but it is still going to get far worse before it gets better the numbers show New Jersey with more than twenty two thousand positive test more than three hundred fifty deaths worldwide we are set to surpass a million infections today but the recovery rate remains around ninety five percent Spain France Italy remained the grim world leaders AT infections and deaths bodies have been piling up in the hospitals and morgues the number of deaths in New York state more than doubled in seventy two hours now pro just two thousand with fourteen hundred in New York City governor Murphy will tour the army corps of engineers to field hospital in the Meadowlands today they are preparing to receive patients as covert nineteen cases surge New Jersey is also looking for refrigeration trucks to help store the dead as the crisis worsens the governor and state health officials are asking retired doctors and nurses to lend a hand they're making it easier for them to do so but at the same time some Jersey hospitals are moving forward with layoff plans Terry McCain Kelly at the Jersey hospital association says some hospitals are being forced to lay off some clerical workers and people in the gift shops and cafeterias because the novel coronavirus emergency has canceled all elective surgery and the revenues from elective surgery and other elective procedures the significance yes at this point keeping physicians nurses respiratory therapists and other members of the care team at the bedside taking care of patients is job one David Matthau New Jersey won a one point five news in Carlstadt St Mary's hospital has moved almost four dozen chronically ill patients to anaconda lodge is our patients who receive services but don't live at the hospital NorthJersey dot com go to spokesman saying none have corona virus despite the sunshine most beaches remained empty down the shore more towns banning people from the beaches and boardwalks many have also banned short term rentals Asbury park seaside heights the latest to do so a decade in prison could away to Flemington man who spit in the face of police as they were arresting him then said he had corona virus carrier news reports he's now facing a whole host of charges including making terroristic threats and his case will be prosecuted directly by the state similar case in Perth Amboy the courier news reports police responding to a domestic violence call were met by fifty two year old David Haley who spit in their faces and said he had the virus you could also get more than a decade in prison there been more than a half dozen of these types of incidents reported statewide now the states cracking down on those who threaten police returning General Gurbir great wall the scene the time for warnings are over the state is upgraded charges for several individuals who thought it would be a good idea to coffer spit on police thing claim they have the corona virus great wall is saying the superseded the criminal cases to make sure they are prioritized and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law in one example Kenneth white a been junior from Flemington is accused of yelling spitting and coughing in the faces of officers who were attempting to arrest him during that incident he reportedly claimed to have a corona virus Chad Robinson New Jersey won a one point five news time Eddie Jersey's first news five forty one their employees have may not be working but they still want to pay them in some way and a number of Jersey businesses are turning to online fundraising in order to give their workers of extra footing during the public health crisis right now on some days only two employees are needed at Susie cues barbecue and bar in West Orange owner Susan Hofburg has a go fund me campaign running online to help the workers who aren't.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"By the New Jersey Army National Guard aired by the New Jersey broadcasters association and this station how many jerseys first news five fourteen let's bring in our chief meteorologist Dan zero so sunny but the trade off is the wind today yeah it's this epic battle here and I'm not sure which is going to win you know the sunshine is going to make it look nice and perhaps feel nice but those wind gusts to or even above thirty miles an hour for a good part today and tonight definitely going to add a blustery feel to the day we will stay dry during the daytime hours today temperatures averaging upper thirties this morning and we'll see mid fifties or so this afternoon that is right on the normal for the second day of April confraternity thing and we could see a shower or sprinkle during the evening hours but the better chance for widespread light rain will come just before daybreak tomorrow morning it's not going to last very long just around the showers we start tomorrow in the lower forties and we end up in the lower fifties look cooler than today things will stay cloudy and breezy for tomorrow afternoon the weekend actually isn't looking half bad Saturday will probably be dry across the garden state and seasonable highs back into the mid fifties skies will be mostly cloudy so might look a little gray at times but I'm confident we'll see some breaks of sun lots of clouds for Sunday too and maybe a sprinkle as we warm up to near sixty degrees that warming trend continues through early next week we should see widespread sixties on Monday and seventies will be a possibility by next Tuesday boy wouldn't that be nice New Jersey first news time is now five fifteen the state well these new Jersey's first news Scott among our top stories this morning state health officials say the surge has begun in New Jersey hospitals are seeing a dramatic spike in critical patients does that mean this is the beginning of the end health officials aren't sure in sports Wimbledon has been canceled the first time since World War two because of the pandemic Major League Baseball canceling a two game series in London between the cubs.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Virus crisis in New Jersey another thirty three hundred New Jersey residents have tested positive for the covert nineteen virus thirty seven more individuals have died the New Jersey New York area remains the epicenter of the outbreak with the most positive tests and most deaths attributed to the outbreak in the nation Jersey leaders continue to implore you to stay home they say if everybody wasn't already practice sings social distancing to some degree bed capacity in ICU units would have been reached tomorrow and all Jersey hospitals would be filled to capacity by next week but we are still facing an emergency scenario with so many unanswered questions Jersey health commissioner Judy person Shelley says a covert nineteen surge is expected in the next two weeks or so and a lot of state residents will need to be hospitalized do I think we'll have enough ventilators I do I think we'll have an offense of everybody's working feverishly governor Murphy says we still need more personal protective equipment for health care workers but many retired doctors and nurses have agreed to come back to work as of right now we have had three thousand six hundred eleven individuals respond to this call in Trenton David Matthau New Jersey won a one point five news termina Jersey's first news five oh three traffic in the news this hour now here's New Jersey fast traffic morning Eric and good morning drivers garden state parkway northbound side construction work near exit seventy seven at the Berkeley township area on route fifty five north bound it's repairs left lane till seven o'clock this morning Cumberland County a by exit thirty five and route to ninety five north bound by exit ten at least one lane down the forty two freeway he's got repairs two lanes are out for fifty five a P. creek road Hudson Staten Island crossings are okay the Delaware River bridge leading New Jersey's got the right lane closed for construction traffic made possible by boost mobile step up.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Average healthy New Jersey the experts say there are several variables that must be considered but the overall risk remains low according to state health commissioner Judy person Shelley it's unclear how many Jersey residents may have already been affected by the novel coronavirus because to this point testing has been limited she says most people come down with the disease are not in serious danger it suggested that eighty eighty five percent of them will be home and feeling flu like symptoms and doing well fifteen percent will end up in the hospital the concern is it is a new virus as person Shelley were following it very closely but it's difficult to make assumptions in Ewing David Matthau New Jersey won a one point five news Tom Hanks says he and wife Rita Wilson have tested positive Hanks and his wife started feeling ill while in Australia they will remain there in isolation the New York City St Patrick's day parade has been postponed that's the first time that's ever happened it is two hundred fifty eight year history it started as a joke before leaving a post practice interview session the NBA's Rudy go bear touched all the tape recorders that were placed before about a table Monday it isn't so funny now go bear who plays for the Utah Jazz the first player in the league to test positive the NBA has suspended season Monmouth County team has tested presumptive positive for corona virus the district she lives in rolling out their virtual learning plan Red Bank regional high school which serves Red Bank little silver and Shrewsbury has switched over to its virtual school instructional plan until further notice heavily using Google classroom the system is counted by the state as official school days a seventeen year old little silver female resident was among Wednesday's latest presumptive positive cases of the covert nineteen coronavirus two days earlier the school confirmed a student's older sibling had tested presumptive positive in Bergen county the vocational and special services school districts have closed through next week Erin Vogt New Jersey when a one point five news New Jersey higher education secretary is urging all colleges and universities to be prepared for a possible outbreak on their campus secretary Zinke a Smith Alice says she's asking all leaders of the state's higher education institutions to submit emergency operation plans by March fifteenth with the following considerations and guidelines for handling basic needs for those who need it such as housing and food notifying the surrounding community including municipal and county leadership and the local business community and the decision making involved in reconvening in person instruction Ascher says it is crucial institutions follow the guidance developed by her office the department of health and the CDC many schools have already extended spring break moved to virtual learning and suspended their study abroad programs meanwhile New Jersey's congressional delegation is demanding answers from the CDC over the covert nineteen test results there's been delays getting confirmations in New Jersey but no answer is been given around the world China has reported a new record low of fifteen new cases other countries have become epicenters of this pandemic World Health Organization officials are telling national governments it's time for aggressive action now that the worldwide corona virus outbreak has reached the level of a pandemic amid a nationwide lockdown Italy's premier urging people not to hoard food saying stores where they can buy food will remain open Iran's information minister tweeting out a.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The New Jersey business and industry association say it's disappointing Murphy isn't seeking structural government reforms in a budget increasing appropriations five and a half percent above what was approved last June what we heard today's increased spending increased spending increased taxes so well the governor spoke of were you saving money in certain areas at the end of the day the messages increased spending which means increased taxes the budget reduces spending on public workers health benefits by a hundred seventy four million dollars on the heels of a roughly three hundred million dollar drop in the current budget at the state house Michael Simons New Jersey won a one point five news if governor Murphy is to take a victory lap on his budget that tour starts today at William Paterson university where Murphy is expected to expand on something he mentioned very briefly in the address it's called the garden state guaranteed paving the way for the first two years of study tuition free at state colleges for qualifying students democratic presidential candidates took on race issues at the tenth debate in South Carolina or New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg once again apologize for his stop and frisk policy during his tenure adding that it got out of control and when I realize that I kind of backed by ninety five percent and I've apologized and asked for forgiveness I've met with black leaders to try to get an understanding of how I can better position myself Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's says she believes his policy was racist in the U. S. criminal justice system needs to be fixed the South Carolina primary will be held this Saturday February twenty ninth while police say there is no indication they plan on following through two students of memorial middle school in Eaton county have been arrested for threat they were allegedly responsible for scrolling on a bathroom wall police responded on Monday to investigate the juveniles are charged with criminal mischief and false public alarm governor Murphy is calling for an additional one hundred thirty two million dollars for NJ transit in his proposed state budget but some are convinced in order for the agency to really improve changes must be made at the top according to let rest of the Jersey association of railroad passengers the present NJ transit executive management team has been unable to reverse the agency's ongoing slide he says communication about late and canceled trains continues to be horrible many trains are filthy and according to the NJ transit rule book revenge in the years that cannot show up for work the only way that you know they're not going to be work is they don't show up there has to be a better way more money for equipment is nice to have says rest but it's not going to solve the NJ transit problem David Matthau New Jersey won a one point five news drivers could pay more on Jersey highways after the turnpike authority approved moving forward with a toll hike according to NJ dot com the board approved a resolution Monday that would move to the public hearing phase of the process before a toll hike could be official the increase would be to tolls on the garden state parkway in New Jersey Turnpike in January the Port Authority of New York in New Jersey raise tolls on all bridge and tunnel crossings by twenty five cents for off peak and a dollar twenty five for peak hours the Pennsylvania Turnpike also raised its tolls in January by thirty in fifty cents the turnpike authority in New Jersey last raise tolls on its highways in twenty twelve Chad Robinson New Jersey won a one point five news worth following to see of other Jersey municipalities follows suit the city.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:43 min | 7 months ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey's number one source for news this is new Jersey's first news presented by amr Katie an asset management now on Thursday morning in the great garden state temperatures when you step outside again some teens and twenties we are going to expect high temperatures may be around forty or so and now we've got the possibility of some wet snow for some of you on Saturday will full forecast details coming up here in just a couple of minutes good morning everyone I'm Eric Scott welcome to Thursday the twenty third day of January this does not appear to be governor Murphy's version of bridge gate when the DOT announced the closure of route forty seven in middle township a day before the president's big rally in Wildwood there was speculation he did it on purpose to jam the traffic trying to get to the event documents obtained by the Jersey one one point five show the road work outs but was made before trump announced his rally but not by much and Patrick leverage joins us live with what we found out Patrick Eric the DOT says the primary routes from the Philadelphia area or Millville to get to wild wood on Tuesday would not utilize the section of route forty seven or Delsea drive where this work is being done work which was just announced publicly last Friday and immediately picked up by conservative media outlets but has been in talks since last October that's when bidding went out well before not just the rally was announced but before South Jersey congressman Jeff van drew switch parties to the GOP middle township in Cape May county were notified sometime on January sixth the first mentions of the rally on Twitter with that night after six PM Eric hi Patrick thanks for the update nobody jerseys first news five thirty one ninety Jersey while one point five instant weather of the rain chances here through all of the Friday night and Saturday we dry things out for the close of the weekend and beautiful weather will take us into early next week sunshine to start long with a few clouds here this afternoon will be in the forty statewide today a few clouds tonight lows twenty five to thirty increasing clouds and showers arriving Friday evening upper forties in the north low fifties in the south of rain expected on Saturday we'll see high temperatures in the forties statewide Sunday sunshine returns low and mid forty S. I'm meteorologist Richard about New Jersey one one point five years time five thirty two in New Jersey faster because next year is the rate the L. honest and funny New Jersey one a one point five Hey are you thinking of selling your home you don't know where to start you're wondering how to transition into your next beautiful home will pick up the phone and give my friend rob the Kamsky at remax first advantage a call Diane needed to downsize from her four hundred twenty five thousand dollar long hill home she turned to the can't you team to make it happen and robs incredible marketing sold our home in just two days and then rob's team went to.

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"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Seven time on new Jersey's first news five oh two topping our news this hour last year in Jersey there were two hundred twenty four officially reported cases of human trafficking most involving sex slaves but the actual number is believed to be much much higher a new campaign has been launched to address the problem the American hotel and lodging association is pressing ahead with a plan to crack down on human trafficking in the garden state the way we plan on doing that is making sure that every hotel employee is trained to be aware of human trafficking look out for the signs of human trafficking and didn't know what to do it for if they see those signs association C. E. O. chip Rogers says it's also important for all Jersey hotel and motel gas to report anything suspicious if we're going to stop human trafficking is going to have to be collected that not just going to be hotels but we certainly want to do our part David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news time on new Jersey's first news five oh three traffic in the news this hour with New Jersey fastrack things are pretty quiet on the garden state parkway and troubles report on the turnpike northbound two eighty seven they've got some road work between exits twenty two up to thirty five the rate Childress closed the P. up here until about six this morning no problems we had a crash on seventy eight that has been cleared away into work now leaving New Jersey at the GW bridge fears the lower deck it's easy pass only you're fine at the Lincoln and Holland as well as the Delaware River crossings this report sponsored by Amazon now hiring warehouse associates a robin's filled New Jersey visit Amazon dot com slash east Jersey jobs for more information and to apply to date that's New Jersey fast traffic optional.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Is New Jersey fast traffic Garden State Parkway off the way pretty quiet start moving well north of the TOMS river tolls all the way up to the Essex tolls. And it looks like they are clearing up that construction northbound one forty three up through one forty nine turnpike looks good in the car and truck lanes twenty-seven moving well off the turnpike up to route seventy eight in Bedminster, and while the morning commute will be in pretty good shape. As far as the weather goes that all change later on this afternoon. So again best bet if you can stick off the roadway, stay off the roadways. You will find a lot of wet roadways later on today. Best bet just go home early or stay indoors at the crossings nothing yet, leaving New Jersey just a minor slowdown at the Holland tunnel. Coming off one nine and so far, no cancellations on New Jersey transit Jeff from New Jersey traffic, north jersey traffic south, and we have traffic pretty decent right now. The accident or minor delay at two ninety five north at route forty to exit twenty six I'll taking care of her. We had that one car accident. And it's a good ride for you. Add to ninety five at the scatter falls bridge, even with any ramp closure situation on the ramp said. Two ninety five to get onto twenty nine. Southbound and New Jersey fast traffic is sponsored by Goddard school. The Goddard school offers the best childhood preparation for social and academic success children. Discover that learning is fun and feel safe every day. Visit Goddard school dot com. Come on take my hand. Let's go to school traffic every fifteen minutes next report at six oh, three on New Jersey one. Oh, one point five New Jersey one at one point five news time, five fifty. I'm chief meteorologist Dan's arrow with your bus stop forecast for this Wednesday morning. We've got school early dismissals and some closures out there. See might not be headed to the bus. Stop. We've.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey's first news five forty four. Is you bring in our chief meteorologist zero so, Dan, what is the freezing fog warning? We've got this morning. Kind of sounds ominous doesn't it freezing fog? It's like he'll turn you inside out or something. But it's just dense fog when temperatures are just below the freezing Mark dry air cold air is generally dry air. But in this case, we have fairly humid cold air. So as you get the fog visibility is a problem, but you might get a little glaze of ice, and it doesn't take much is to make for a very slippery situation. So it looks like visibility is the big problem in southern and coastal New Jersey, the areas of icy conditions. The problem in northern New Jersey morning. The fought main linger through about midday today, then will break into sunshine to the north clouds to the south. It's going to be another nice and mild day. Once it gets going here with highs in the lower to mid fifties fog is likely again tonight. But no freeze this time lows thirty five to forty and then tomorrow, lots of clouds stiff breeze, maybe an isolated shower or sprinkle the. The warmest day of this stretch with highs fifty five to sixty. But it's also the grand finale of this warm stretch by Wednesday were cooling down again, not a big bad Arctic blast but highs come down to around forty more typical for this time of year. It'll be cloudy on Wednesday with rain arriving Wednesday night into Thursday morning. And then we warm up again Thursday back into the fifties and sixties or possible for Friday, New Jersey. I news time now five forty five round the state around the clock face. These New Jersey's first news. Good morning. I'm Eric Scott. Among our top stories this morning. We'll New Jersey really tax the rain the.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Timeout. New Jersey's first news five fourteen chief meteorologist Dan's zero back, and Dan you said even after this weekend. One more chance of rain in two thousand eighteen that's right. And it's coming on New Year's Eve. So you're going to be out and about celebrating the new year bring your umbrella we are going to get wet yet. Again, the rain is here today bands of moderate to heavy rain will impact the state pretty much all day long. A flood watch in effect for almost all of New Jersey. Eighteen of our twenty one counties for some reason, Sussex, Warren and Cape May counties excluded. Not exactly sure why that watch goes until this evening again, it's going to be a wet day with rainfall totals ranging for about three quarters of an engine north jersey plus inches in south jersey, locally higher amounts possible. We have to split the state in two to talk about timing because I think things will start to dry out and calm down in northern New Jersey starting this afternoon. That's from about Middlesex, Somerset hundred and counties on north from Monmouth, Mercer counties down south will see a steady rain pretty much through the afternoon in part of the evening as well. Floodings a concern forty. Plus mile an hour wind gusts possible. But at least it's all liquid highs mostly in the upper fifties to around sixty nice and warm everything tapers off this evening, then we'll see partial clearing tonight lows in the mid forty s and tomorrow, we'll be dry as we dive into the final weekend of the year breaks unexpected. But it is going to be windy and temperatures will start to tumble. Highs near fifty tomorrow morning falling to around forty degrees by sunset by Sunday. It's back to the chili side with a mix of sun and clouds, highs around forty degrees. And then once again New Year's Eve Monday, we'll see increasing clouds early with a chance for rain late in the day New Year's day books. Warm. We'll make a run for sixty s across the state.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey one point five news time five thirty seven, Dan zeros commuter weather. Another very cold day today. We have temperatures that are starting out of the teens and twenties forties. We'll do it for the high. And it looks like another cold night tonight another cold day tomorrow. But then we have some snow. We might have to deal with Dan will have more on that for your Thursday forecast. Coming up here in just a minute. Two months after a major audit of New Jersey transit was released. The state's transportation committee told a Senate panel Monday its recommendations are being put in place. Even if commuters don't think they're seeing much of a difference. Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez guitar. He says a lot of the recommendations in the auditor foundational work within nj transit the public never directly. Sees one of the biggest travesties of transit is a procurement department that has for the last several years not been able to move a procurement. Those changes are underway will help manage operating costs a new chief financial officers centralizing finances for the first time. So that progress I want the community to understand is being made and you won't necessarily see it. But you eventually, hopefully, our customers will feel it in the fact that is a better running agency at the state house. Michael Simon's, New Jersey one zero one point five news, the lawyer for accused colts neck killer, Paul canal continues to profess innocence for his client and denies money would be a motive look at the will for wealthy brother. Keith konare. Oh shows it does. Name Paul as executor and put you in control of a lot of money, but Paul's lawyers say he wouldn't personally have gotten any of it. Paul remains jailed until trial for the murder of his brother, Keith and his family, you keep a careful eye on your kids when you take them out. But what about online authorities confirm? They are investigating and arresting a record number of cyber predators, Lieutenant John Pizarro commander of the jersey state.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"As we bring in our chief meteorologist, Dan zero. We're already hearing a lot of flooding on roadways this morning. That's right. And the flood warnings watches and advisories are too numerous to go through the details of each. There's flash flood watches and flood advisories. A flash flood warning. Now for the New York City metro area, some very heavy rain out there. So it's no surprise that. We have some big puddles. Some of what you really don't want to be driving through. Of course. The heaviest rain will continue over the next couple of hours here. And then things will calm down by about nine o'clock. I think we're gonna be largely done with the rain already seeing some clearing along the Delaware river and around south western New Jersey at this point, slowly, clearing skies will take over this afternoon. The winds will come down as well. Temperatures hovering in the upper sixties around seventy at best all day tonight. A few clouds, maybe some fog along the coast, it's pretty cool with lows in the lower to mid fifties. And then the weekend looks great mostly sunny skies tomorrow, we'll stay. Dry all day. Humidity will be nice and low highs in the lower to mid seventies. That's about all you could ask for from an early fall day more sunshine for Sunday more pleasant autumn temperatures highs again in the lower to mid seventies. And the next week. We're warming up a bit. We could touch eighty degrees by Monday with increasing clouds a mostly dry league with the warmth in the eighties next week to just a couple of isolated showers on Tuesday Thursday. That's it. That'd be nice to have some pleasant weather around here for a change New Jersey. One zero one point five news time is now five forty five. Around the state around the clock face. These New Jersey's first news..

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"More pressure for new jersey to get it done state senate will also vote today on accountability overhauls of two big transportation agencies that have an impact on our lives new jersey transit and the port authority turnips for the tri state transportation campaign says fixing njit includes fixing the agency's board cloud finding has been identified i think name culprit the downfall national model agency it's clear that more is needed beyond fiscal repair nj transit's board would add five new members all of the boards public members would be required to either be regular public transit commuters or have expertise in human resources real estate development or transportation thinking green even in the afterlife so like funeral homes in new jersey and one cemetery have now been certified for their environmentally conscious efforts when taking care of the deceased it is a feature that is being sought by a growing number of new jersey residents at his funeral home in verona robert proud uses embalming fluids without formaldehyde when someone requests a green burial the deceit didn't may be placed into the ground in a shroud or a biodegradable casket secrets wicker bamboo native fine would all acceptable for a true natural burial south orange resident an hoffner took the green route for her father who passed in twenty sixteen the body settles into the ground and the education goes back over top eventually become part of the forest flam your new jersey one oh one point five news charges against new jersey's wedeman have now been downgraded or dropped ed fortune remains a free man after being jailed more than a year the charges stem from a narcotics raid at his trenton restaurant and we'd temple why the change mercer county prosecutors cited the recent shift in the climate of marijuana legislation in new jersey as well as the changes in state law with regard to bail reform and he remaining charges will be handled in municipal court but we'd man still not happy and you can read about why at nj one zero one five dot com this.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The new jersey transit workers live in new jersey this is just the latest attempt to reform an agency led the new governor has called a national disgrace osama john mccain wants to lift the residency requirement for the next five years for train ingineers which are in short supply we just need to find them we're at dangerously low numbers i you know i i guess on one level we have more engines the mothballed than ever but on the other end just as his we don't have the talent here franz able of the rail workers union said the change should be broader than just for engineers he notes the agency has sites and morris bill pennsylvania and port dervis in software new york conductors the engineers mechanical deparment they should be completely omitted from the residency requirement altogether at the state house michael simon's new jersey one a one point five news time address he first news five thirty one day vac within stood what are we see snow through much the overnight across northwestern new jersey that transition is sinking to the south is colder air works its way and we're very close to the freezing mark so a quick transition to snowflakes possible between now and about eight am it's still raining in mammoth an ocean counties in point south but that may change very quickly road conditions could deteriorate very quickly as that happens so messy weather throughout eight o'clock then clearing skies make sure you bundle up today because temperatures will take a tumble 30s this morning 20s this afternoon with a gusty wind to about thirty miles an hour clear and frigid tonight lows dip into the teens the wind chill the single digits will start the weekend on a cold note sunny breezy and dry tomorrow highs only in the lower 30s back to the 40s on sunday and our next storm system on sunday the reverse of this one we'll start with some snow showers with little to no accumulation then changing over to rain later on sunday into sunday night right now freehold is 36 you wing and violent both 35 climate jersey's first news 532 new jersey.

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01:41 min | 3 years ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Top rated service are just a few cliques that way and start your engines emdad coun traffic every fifteen minutes next report adds 603 here's the on a one point five jersey wanna 15 news time five forty nine i'm meteorologist dan zero with your gets to the beach report for the jersey shore ocean looks good today waves about two fee ocean temperatures still in the '70s you will be in a very high to start the ball rolling later on recur risk will be low today jersey one 15 you signed by fifty this is new jersey's first news on new jersey's forty five hello i'm jim county judge mary mother grandmother in a bornagain christian as the lifelong conservative republican asking the legislature team used common sense in oppose these bathroom bills support laws that respect individual freedom in help our economy bathroom bill say completely unnecessary in against my christian values and conservative principles the legislature is seeking to solve the problem this simply does not exist these bills wall protects anyone that they will harm our state our businesses in some of the most vulnerable among this let's use common sense visit keep texas open for business that come to contact your legislator legislative advertising paid for by texas association of business bob cartwright treasure hey jim baker call because i'm mike when my family.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"This message monitored by the new jersey state chamber of commerce the new jersey broadcasters association and this station this is new jersey's first news on new jersey one at one point five new jersey wanna 15 news time 537 meteorologist dan's era back of the latest whether details and about seven minutes the legal wrangling continues in the case of eighteen penn state for it fraternity brothers facing a variety of charges that the death of 19 yearold tim piazza reading ten died after drinking heavily than falling down a flight of stairs at beta theta pi some believe other parties also bear responsibility the chairman and founder of the student justice project bob ali says it's not fair to suggest a group of eighteen to twenty two year all most of whom are intoxicated were ultimately responsible for this terrible tragedy the people that should have been responsible for him for the gulf situation landlord the national unity of university he and student alcohol consumption can be cut dramatically by simply eliminating drinking and common areas where students live and banning boos at all parties at fred houses david matthau new jersey ivanov one point five news he faces more than two years behind bars via the terms of his plea deal the prosecutors are hoping for no prison time for david wild sea socalled mastermind of the brigitte lane closures is testimony helped convict ju governor christie aides he is scheduled to be sentenced today the father of sarah stern the neptune city woman who was murdered last a year says his family wants to heal and move on but the trial of her alleged murder is taking too much we wanna get this i think we all womb i want to get through this in an ever heard it michael stern says with one defendant pleading guilty to sarah's robbery and murder it should be easy to put the other one away but lawyers for liam mecca tasni filed motions to suppress evidence that will stall the trial for another seventy days seven hundred workers walked off the job last night at newark airport you just heard about this bob the labor dispute with their employer which subcontracts for several airlines they include baggagehandlers and.

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