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"new york city principles union" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's making very hard for us to manage because each day they change. For instance, two weeks ago, propane gas wasn't allowed to keep outside dining going Now it is, but you need a permit from the fire department. New York That'll be easy, No problem. Sure, of course, like everything else stacked in Rosine E. W. O R news. Also concerned in the city. The infection rate is on the rise, climbing above 3% yesterday. It's been months since the infection rate has been this high, deBlasio says. The problem is in nine zip codes that include His crown heights for Green Kew Gardens in Rego Park. Anyone who refuses to wear a face covering will be told that if they don't put one on there will be fined and anyone who still refuses will be fine. So that will happen aggressively, The mayor says. If quick progress is not made, he may shut down 90 central businesses and problematic neighborhoods. It is a situation at this point, that's very serious, and we have to have all options on the table. Health officials are increasing testing capacity in areas of concern. Time. Scott Pringle Double D, oh, Artie's. Meanwhile, Governor Cuomo's introducing a plan to address the problems in New York City that includes everything from schools to crime to homelessness after the New York City principles Union entered a vote of no confidence against Mayor de Blasio and the school's chancellor. Uomo acknowledging increased anxiety. The numbers will tell you the facts. If the schools are not safe, I'm not going to allow them to operate. His plan aims to address rising crime calling for police reform, as well as the city's economy and even things like dirty streets. I'm getting a lot of complaints in New York City about cleanliness of the city. Garbage piling up. James Flippen w o R news ballad problems Here in the city as we approach Election Day, nearly 100,000 voters in Brooklyn or they're going to get new mail in ballots. They were sent the wrong wounds. Apparently local resident Jim Coonan was all set to vote by absentee ballot but was surprised when he opened the mail to find the wrong name on her envelope says that it's the name of someone named Raja, who lives two blocks from here. My wife opened.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And it's making very hard for us to manage because each day they change. For instance, two weeks ago, propane gas wasn't allowed to keep outside dining going Now it is, but you need a permit from the fire department. New York That'll be easy. No problem. Sure, of course, like everything else stacked in Rosine E. W. O R news. There is also concerned in the city. The infection rate is on the rise, climbing above 3% yesterday. It's been months since the infection rate has been this high, deBlasio says. The problem is in nine zip codes that includes Crown Heights for Green Kew Gardens in Rego Park. Anyone who refuses to wear a face covering will be told that if they don't put one on there will be fined and anyone who still refuses will be fine. So that will happen aggressively, The mayor says. If quick progress is not made, he may shut down nonessential businesses and Problematic neighborhoods. It is a situation at this point. That's very serious, and we have to have all options on the table. Health officials are increasing testing capacity in areas of concern time, Scott Pringle W argues. Meanwhile, governor Cuomo was introducing a plan to address the problems in New York City that includes everything from schools to crime. The homelessness after the New York City Principles Union entered a vote of no confidence against Mayor de Blasio and the school's Chancellor, Cuomo acknowledging increased anxiety, The numbers will tell you the facts if the schools are not safe. I'm not going to allow them to operate. His plan aims to address rising crime calling for police reform, as well as the city's economy and even things like dirty streets. I'm getting a lot of complaints in New York City about the cleanliness of the city, garbage piling up, James Flippen Wooo are news. Well, there are ballot problems here in the city Ahead of Election Day. Nearly 100,000 voters in Brooklyn will be getting new ballots after residents say they were sent the wrong ones. Local resident Jim Coonan was all set to vote by absentee ballot, but was surprised when he opened the mail to find the wrong name. Her envelope says that it's the name of someone named Raja, who lives two blocks from here. My wife opened hers and also had the name of somebody else who doesn't live here than a steak is due to a printing error by a third party vendor in upstate New York. The New York Board of Election said the absentee ballots return envelopes had the wrong addresses and names printed on them. I'm Lisa G w awardees well. Senate Republicans continue to move quickly to confirm Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. She made the rounds on Capitol Hill yesterday, President Pence praising the president. Supreme Court nominee is he escorted her on Capitol Hill judge any there? We have someone of great character. Who has.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Governor Cuomo's unveiling his New York City Stabilization and Recovery program, saying his first priority is the schools after the New York City Principles Union entered a vote of no confidence against Mayor de Blasio and the school's chancellor. Uomo acknowledging increased anxiety. The numbers will tell you the facts. If the schools are not safe, I'm not going to allow them to operate. His plan aims to address rising crime calling for police reform, as well as the city's economy and even things like dirty streets. I'm getting a lot of complaints in New York City about the cleanliness of the city. That adds to schools, crime economy and now garbage piling up. James flipping w O R news. So how did the presidential debate go last night? Well, according to ABC News contributor, Chris Christie, who helped President Trump Repair on the Trump side was too hot, You know? Listen, you come in decide you want to be aggressive, and I think that was the right thing to be aggressive, but that was too hot. And also making headlines in Jersey Transit officials say they're installing a safety system by the end of the year to help prevent crashes. The federal government enforced the deadline after a 2016 train accident at Hoboken Terminal, which left one woman dead and 100, others injured when in Jersey Transit train went over a bump and crashed into a waiting platform. The investigation showed that the train did not have a brake system that automatically stamps the train when it gets to the end of a tranq. Also, they found that the under the operator had an undiagnosed sleep apnea condition leading to the agency to change its policies on testing for that. A pair of deaths from the music world to report country music legend Mac Davis died at age 78 following hard surgery, and Helen Reddy has passed away more from ABC. Jason Nathan Seuin her song, an anthem.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:43 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Joe Avelar. Several headlines coming out of Governor Cuomo's daily briefing. The governor is now extending the moratorium on residential evictions around the state through years end. He also announced a new outreach in communities where there's a surge in the Corona virus. He said the state will have the ultimate call on whether to close New York City schools again. The data is key and will act on the data. I understand the concerns of the principal's union. And look if they're right and is a health concern. Then yes, the state will act because it's not just affecting the principles. It's the teachers. It's the students and the state will act. More students are set to return to school tomorrow. High schoolers on Thursday. We're awaiting a decision from the New York City Health Department on whether it's shutting down private schools and non essential businesses in several Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods. The areas and questions have seen Corona virus cases. Infection rates climbs steadily, There were eight areas of Brooklyn, Queens, in question. The graves and Home Crest section of Brooklyn currently has the highest infection rate in the city. 6.75% up from 6% last week. There's going to be a new shutdown. It's expected to begin tomorrow. The New York City principles Union passed a unanimous vote of no confidence in marriage. Blasio and school Chancellor Richard Carranza. Over their handling of reopening schools here. Steve Burns, the city principles Union has largely stayed above the fray, letting the teachers union take on the tough battles with the city. Union head Mark Kenna's Aero says they couldn't stay on the sidelines anymore. You know this was difficult. But our members voted unanimously. The union has declared no confidence in Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza. They're also calling on the state to intervene Mayor in the chance that may have made too many mistakes right now, and we need them to reconsider, Cannizzaro says. Trust has been eroded after several last minute staffing changes, administrators might have to step in and supervised thanks to a teacher shortage, she says. Asked why they didn't go further and move toward a strike. Cannizzaro says they aren't there yet. We're right now in the middle of a pandemic. Our kids need us. The city Education Department says they'll continue working to guarantee a successful reopening. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS radio 80 threats today the teacher strike at Hunter College campus schools, Their union has voted overwhelmingly to approve a strike authorization vote members of claiming the two school buildings or unsafe for faculty staff and students during the pandemic. First day of school set for tomorrow. The New York Times reports President Trump avoided paying federal income taxes in 10 of 15 years. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Paula Read with more. The New York Times obtained tax return data extending over more than two decades and found Mr Trump paid lower taxes using questionable tactics, including a $72.9 million refund that is currently being audited by the IRS while claiming losses for me Any of his namesake businesses, including his golf courses. Mr. Trump has maintained a lavish lifestyle by taking tax deductions on what some people would consider personal expenses, including housing aircraft and $70,000 in hairstyling for television appearances. President Trump is denying the Times story. It's just fake news. The New York Times tried it the same thing. They want to create a little bit of a story a little bit of their doing anything they can. But he still didn't did not offer his taxes to rebut the story. Now Trump Organization lawyer Alan Garten took issue with the amount of taxes. The Times reported that Trump has paid saying in a statement, quote Most, if not all, of the facts appear to be inaccurate. The Times obtained President Trump's taxes from those who have legal access to them. It reveals President Trump bases payments of more than $300 million in loans that will come due in the next few years. All revenue from hosting the Apprentice on NBC has mostly dried up. Joe Biden turned The Times story into a campaign ad The Biden campaigns now selling stickers that that see that say, I paid Mohr federal income tax than Donald Trump. A two pack cost $7.50. It also released a new ad on Twitter Sunday night featuring the faces of a number of taxpayers, their occupations and their corresponding tax payments before comparing their payments to the $750. Paid by President Trump during his first year in office. It features no narration. The clock has stopped on a looming ban of the TIC tac at CNET Executive editor Roger Chang has details. A judge issued an injunction on Sunday that once again delayed a Trump administration order. The band Tic Tac from Apple's APP store in Google Place tour in the US The bands, which is supposed to go into effect last Sunday, But Tic Tac was given a week reprieve to work out a potential deal that had already gun President Trump's blessing. That supported note here that this injunction does not affect a broader band set to take effect under 12 is no deal materializes. Oracle and Wal Mart had proposed a joint purchase of TIC Tac WCBS News time. 12 36 helicopter traffic reports every 10 minutes on the eights from Chile. No chopper 8 80 weekday mornings on WCBS. Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is a very difficult hands..

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"With a hostile news media and just being president every day is enough Debate prep for Mr Trump, but were told it as he travels the country. He and his team are using a mix of flash cards an old video of Joe Biden to get ready. Meanwhile, Biden has been doing some in person and virtual prep with longtime advisers and top campaign officials. Reviewing the president's almost daily tweets, attacking, biting his record and his family to get a sense of what they think Mr Trump will focus on helping in the debate prep for the president. Rudy Giuliani and Chris Christie. Here. The debate nine o'clock tomorrow night here on WCBS 80. WCBS news time 10 30 for the New York City Principles Union has passed unanimous vote of no confidence on the mayor and the school's chancellor over their handling of the reopening of schools. Here's WCBS reporter Steve Burns, the city principles Union has largely stayed above the fray, letting the teachers union take on the tough battles with the city. Union head Mark Tennis Arrow says they couldn't stay on the sidelines anymore. You know this was difficult. But our members voted unanimously. The union has declared no confidence in Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza. They're also calling on the state to intervene Mayor in the chance that may have made too many mistakes right now, and we need them to reconsider, Cannizzaro says. Trust has been eroded after several last minute staffing changes, administrators might have to step in and supervised thanks to a teacher shortage, he says. Asked why they didn't go further and move toward a strike. Cannizzaro says they aren't there yet. We're right now in the middle of a pandemic. Our kids need us. The city Education Department says they'll continue working to guarantee a successful reopening. Steve Burns, WCBS news Radio 80 and more than 20. Students at Pace University in Pleasantville have tested positive for cover 19. Now they have to quarantine them and people who came in contact with Update from Pleasantville and Sean Adams Pace University is trying to clamp down on a Corona virus cluster here of the Pleasantville campus before it blossoms into an outbreak last week for student athletes tested positive. The university suspended athletics and conducted additional testing. More than 20. People are now positive, all in isolation. Most live in alumni hall, So the entire dorm is under quarantine. 225 people staying put for the time being there getting the equivalent of room service meals are being delivered. Moving forward every week. Pace will do Random Corona virus testing 25% of the school community. In a statement, university officials praise the students who came forward. They had symptoms. They got tested and hopefully help to contain the cluster before the virus could run rampant. Pleasantville. Sean Adams. WCBS NEWS Radio 80 Monday morning. I know sometimes stories get lost over the weekend. And so this is worth pointing out that New York's attorney general is recommending the NYPD to get out of the business of traffic enforcement. This James suggestion is that Well, For one thing, police would no longer be writing tickets for traffic infraction, she says. That would prevent encounters like the one last year in the Bronx that escalated quickly and ended with an officer fatally shooting a driver. He says traffic stops for minor infractions and in violence very often and that Alan Feliz his death after he was pulled over for a seatbelt violation underscores the need for change. No comment from the NYPD. Mrs WCBS news radio in 80, and it's 10 36. This is Maggie Gray. When you're looking to talk sports.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Traveling the country dealing with a hostile news media and just being president every day is enough Debate prep for Mr Trump. But we're told that as he travels the country, he and his team are using a mix of flash cards. An old video of Joe Biden to get ready. Meanwhile, Biden has been doing some in person and virtual prep with longtime advisers and top campaign officials. They're reviewing the president's almost daily tweets, attacking, biting his record and his family to get a sense of what they think. Mr Trump will focus on Flashcards aerial flashback, aren't they? President? Trump says his attorney, Rudy Giuliani will be there He is helping him in debate preparation. So is Chris Christie that debate Nine o'clock tomorrow night on WCBS 80 WCBS News time 8 30 For Monday morning, the New York City Principles Union is passed to unanimous vote of no confidence in the mayor of New York and the school's chancellor, about how they're handling the school reopening. Let's go live to Steve Burns on what this means, Steve. Wayne. The principals say they are still going to show up to work this week, and every student who arrives for their first day of school will have some kind of supervision. But this vote shows a breakdown in communication and trust between the city and its school leaders as they try to navigate some uncharted territory. Principal's Union head, Mark Cannizzaro says it was difficult to do. He's not happy about it, but it had to be done a vote of no confidence in Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza. As the union asks the city to pass the baton to the state on reopening plan Mayor in the chance that may have made too many mistakes right now, and we need them to reconsider. It would be helpful to have some fresh eyes in here to take a look. Cannizzaro says his chief concerns remain staffing that he's not sure there will be a teacher for every student, especially after the city late last week announced the teacher's doing remote work could stay at home. He says they got no notice of that change. The City Education Department, in a statement says there were continues to guarantee a successful reopening. Steve. Thank you. It is interesting how Pace university is handling the news this morning in more than 20 students there have tested positive for covert 19. Let's go live to Sean Adams on that story, Shawn. Pace University is trying to clamp down on a Corona virus cluster here of the Pleasantville campus before it blossoms into an outbreak last week for student athletes tested positive. The university suspended athletics and conducted additional testing more than 20. People are now positive, all in isolation. Most live in alumni hall. So the entire dorm is under quarantine. 225 people staying put for the time being there getting the equivalent of room service meals are being delivered. Moving forward every week. Pace will do Random Corona virus testing 25% of the school community. In a statement, university officials praise the students who came forward. They had symptoms. They got tested and hopefully helped contain the cluster before the virus could run rampant. Pleasantville, Sean Adams. WCBS NEWS radio 80 From the latest advances in.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:29 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Federal income tax in two, thousand, sixteen, the year he was elected according to the times trump minimized his taxes by reporting mass losses across his businesses including his golf courses is in Washington DC. The trump family also reduced its tax bill by paying so-called consulting fees to Ivanka trump as an employee of the trump organization. The Times also reveals trump's been locked in a battle with the IRS over a seventy-three million dollar tax refund he claimed after his casino business and Atlantic. City collapsed trump could be forced to pay over one hundred million dollars. If he loses in addition, trump has over three hundred million dollars in loans he personally guaranteed that will soon come do trump dismissed the New York Times report is fake news. We'll have more on the story after Headlines and Louisville Kentucky over two dozen protesters were arrested Saturday as demonstrations continue over the grand jury decision last week clearing police officers of shooting and killing Brown. Taylor Twenty Six old African American. EMT. In her own home in March. On Friday Taylor's family spoke publicly for the first time since the Grand Juries Decision Bianca. Taylor's at read a statement written by Tyler's mother to make a polymer. When I speak on, it unconsidered an angry black woman. But no this I am angry. I am not angry for the reasons that you would like me. I'm sorry. But. Angry because our black women dying at the hands of police, officer. But. In. Black Man. This comes as new body cam footage of Tain by Vice News shows police officers, involved and Briana Taylor's killing breaking several department policies raising questions about the integrity of the crime scene in the investigation that followed, we'll have more on this story later in the broadcast. Corona virus cases and the US have now topped seven point one million with nearly half of all states reporting a rise in daily cases over the past week and major surges reported in the Mid West despite the mounting cases recent numbers published in the journal The Lancet shows only nine percent of the country's population may have been exposed to the corona virus meaning the vast majority of people remain susceptible going into the fall and winter months. Florida's said Friday. It is fully reopening its economy allowing restaurants to operate at full capacity banning localities from ordering closures in Virginia Governor Route. North and his wife have tested positive for Covid nineteen president trump repeatedly attacked the democratic governor at this rally in Newport News Virginia Friday night hours after news of North. Infection with announced Virginia officials had attempted to halt the rally which violates an executive order by north and banning gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people. In Labor News, the airline industry is set to cut over thirty five thousand jobs by the end of the week barring move from Congress to continue funding payroll protections included as part of the cares act due to expire at the end of this month. In Education News. New York City's Principles Union unanimously passed a vote of no confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio asking he seized control of city schools to the state, education department. For the duration of the pandemic this comes just days before the now twice delayed reopening the city's public schools which is scheduled to happen this week. The Global Covid nineteen death toll is nearing one million with over thirty three million reported cases. Latin America continues to suffer the ravages of the virus with five at the top ten most infected countries. Mexico is the fourth highest death toll on the world topping seventy-six thousand Brazil's recorded over one hundred, forty, one thousand deaths second only to the US Murnau's the largest city in Brazil's. Amazon reported a fresh surge in cases days after scientists speculated a recent decline in cases might be attributable to reach a certain level of quote herd immunity in. Israel, thousands of protesters took to the streets for a fourteenth straight week to demand Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu resigned despite government attempts to quell demonstrations through strict new lockdown measures as it battles. One of the world's worst outbreaks. Armenia and as Sean have declared martial law and mobilize their military's after heavy fighting broke out Sunday between the two nations in the disputed territory and the Caucasus mountains there're reports of at least twenty three dead over one hundred wounded including civilians as both sides traded tank artillery and drone fire in a region that's internationally recognized as as your Johnny territory. But whose population is mostly ethnic Armenian, it's the worst fighting in the area since a five day war in two thousand sixteen that left over one hundred people dead. In. Belarus police again, deployed tear gas and arrested scores of protesters during the seven straight week of demonstrations demanding the ouster of longtime authoritarian leader Alexander. Lukashenko. He was quietly inaugurated last week but both the US and the European Union said they do not recognize his rule as legitimate critics say last month's election was rigged and many of the leaders of the opposition have gone into exile. At least sixteen refugees feared dead after a boat capsized off the Libyan. Coast Thursday, at least twenty, two people were rescued this year alone over six hundred twenty refugees believed to have drowned attempting to. Passage to Europe from North Africa. In, Lebanon, Prime Minister designate Mustafa Deeb has stepped down after he failed to form a new government. Lebanon has been left reeling with mounting calls for reform following the devastating explosion at the port of Beirut on August fourth that killed two hundred people and led to the collapse of the previous government, and I'll salvador twenty nine year old woman sent to prison for having a still birth has been released on conditional freedom after six years in two thousand, fourteen cindy at Oslo suffered an obstetric. Unaware she was eight months pregnant. She woke up handcuffed to a hospital bed of having an abortion and charged with aggravated homicide El Salvador has long criminalized abortions with a total ban since one thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight dozens have been convicted and imprisoned after having this carriages and stillbirths. Young climate activists around the world stage thousands of protests, strikes, and other actions Friday for Global Day of climate action in Uganda activist Vanessa Nakanishi who launched the Fridays for future climate strike in Uganda let them March and compiler. This is a puzzle issue because many people dying.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"28. Good morning. I'm Steve Scott. 7 31 at WCBS President. Trump is denying a New York Times report that he did not pay federal income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years and only $750 in taxes in 2016 and 17. The New York Times has been doing fake story after fake story. I've never seen anything like it. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy with more In addition to highlighting how little the president has apparently paid in federal income tax, the New York Times report suggests Mr Trump is heading toward a financial cliff with hundreds of millions of dollars due to his lenders in the next four years. The lengthy peace also shines light on the audit. The president says he's been under reportedly over a $73 million tax refund he received a decade ago, a lawyer for the Trump Organization says. The New York Times. Reporters quote riddled with gross inaccuracies. The New York Times says it obtained Mr Trump's taxes from people who have legal access to them. Democratic nominee Joe Biden released a campaign ad from The Times story on Twitter last night. It features the faces of taxpayers their occupations and how much they paid in taxes. Compared to the $750 president. Trump reportedly paid in each of his first two years in office. The Biden campaign is also now selling stickers that read quote. I paid more income taxes than Trump. Two pack of stickers cost $7.50. The first presidential debate is tomorrow evening in Cleveland, CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian reports on how President Trump and Joe Biden are preparing. The president has reportedly decided to skip any formal debate preparation. While Biden has been holding mock debate sessions Sunday, the former vice president warned Americans Barrett would likely vote to dismantle the affordable care act in the middle of a pandemic. The judge is a written track record written tracker of Disagreeing adamantly. But the Supremes course decisions on two occasions upholding the in a new CBS battleground tracker Pull. The former vice president is up two points in North Carolina, while President Trump is up one point in Georgia. Nicole Killian CBS News The White House You can listen to the presidential debate live at nine o'clock tomorrow night. Right here on WCBS 8 80. It will be moderated. My Fox News is Chris Wallace. 7 33 at WCBS. The New York City principles Union is urging the state to take control of reopening schools. WCBS reporter Steve Burns joins us live with more on that, Steve Steve. It goes to show that even though plans are moving ahead to reopen New York City schools this week, principals and administrators at those schools aren't sure if it's going to work. Principal's union took a unanimous vote of no confidence over the weekend in Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza and the process there asking the city tow. Let the state come in and take over. Union president Mark Cannizzaro says there have been too many mistakes from city leaders and their frustration is boiling over right now we are in a situation where we have all been moving 100 miles an hour. And maybe somebody that can come slow it down. T take a more reflective look would just be helpful. His chief concern remains staffing. He says he's not sure there will be a teacher for every student who shows up this week, thanks to a new arrangement. Allows teachers doing remote work to stay home. The city Education Department isn't responding directly to the unions move, but it does say their work continues to ensure a safe and healthy re opening. Steve Steve Burns reporting live at 7 30 for more than 20 students at the Pace University campus in Pleasantville of tested positive for Coben 19. Let's go live to Westchester. Now. WCBS reporter Sean Adams is there, Sean? Well, it all started with four student athletes. Last week, more testing was done now, according to AH, paces on online numbers. 21 students have tested positive for Corona virus at the pace University campus here in Pleasantville. This is a relatively quiet campus in the leafy suburbs of Westchester County. According to pace the students are in isolation because most live in alumni hall that entire dormitory has to quarantine so meals are being delivered to the rooms. The university says its proud of the students who came forward and reported symptoms and then got tested faces now cleaning and disinfecting all facilities and conducting random testing. 25% of the community each week Live in Pleasantville. Sean Adams. WCBS news radio 80, Shawn. Thank you, It is 7 36 at WCBS..

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Well, well. Here we go again. Today's September the 28 2020. We officially proclaim this positivity Monday with Scott and Patty and to our Lower Louie and junior producer Dino on duty. And the part time bouncer from the Lickety Split club. The Incredible Brad Blanks. The CBS FM's forecast looks just like this cloudy and humor today. Chance of a passing shower high 78 tomorrow Mostly cloudy, inhuman shower in the area. 76 right now we're looking at 70 70 headed up to 78 mitt down and Patti takes the main stage. Well. The New York City principles Union passed a unanimous no confidence vote in Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza due to the botched reopening they want the state to take over. Can't blame New York Times says President Trump has had such a reversal of fortunes. He paid no federal income tax in 10 of the last 15 years and only 750 bucks a year in taxes in 2016 and 17. He calls it fake news. Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and his wife stopped a woman who tried to kidnap their baby grandchild after she entered their Malibu home. She was later arrested. That's very that's a scary story. The little ones and a play pen and she just came in the house and grab the baby and she had the baby and was getting out of there. I guess he tackled there and The two of them held her down till the cops got there. It was crazy. They they tried to talk to her, and she was clutching the baby, and apparently, his wife went over and wrenched the baby out of her arms. Then he grabbed the woman and held her down. And then the cops came. Scarier baseball. The Yankees loss of the Marlin five zip in the Bronx to end the season. Boy, This is no way to go into the playoffs and a 33 and 27 record. The good news is D. J. LeMay, who won the American League batting title. Madden 3 64 Loop void hit the most home runs in the entire league 22. They finished the season in second place and the number five seed Meaning they played the number four seed The Cleveland Indians Round one of the postseason play in Cleveland. Game one. Tomorrow night. Seven PM Garrett Cole on the mound against the Indians ace Shane Bieber, No relation over get the first rounds of best of three Siri's this year. The Mets. The Mets lose to the Nationals, but it was closed 15 5 in D. C to end their season. They're miserable season. That good news is that was the final game for the Wilpon and the Cats. Families get him out of here as owners, they leave the franchise. Having missed the playoffs 15 of the last 18 years. Thank God they're leaving. And football. It gets worse. Giants lose to the 40 Niners 36 to 9 the only thing worse than that. Is the Jets get beat by the Rams the heck was that thing? Now the Jets get beat by what he put that Sam Donald on a coach 36 to 7. That's the final score. Their native team looked very good. Neither quarterback with very good see the Giants play the Rams on Sunday and the Jets Plato Broncos Thursday night football at MetLife Stadium. In the late game, the Packers beat the Saints 37 30 in New Orleans. Tonight. On Monday night Football, The Chiefs and the Ravens in Baltimore and now today on the big show. James Patty's got the Daily Dirt Entertainment Update. 7 10 and 8 10 Lower Louie goes to the movies at 7 30.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:53 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good evening, Vicki Alan. It's 11 31. President Trump is denying a New York Times report about his tax return information that showed quote, chronic losses and years of tax avoidance. CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian reports from the White House President Trump paid no income tax for at least a decade. That's according to The New York Times, which obtained his tax information. The paper also reports the president on Lee paid $750 in federal tax in 2016 and again in 2017. President Trump denied the report at a news conference. Totally fake news. No, actually, I paid tax butt and you'll see that this soda is my tax returns. It's under order. They've been underwater for a long time. The president would not say when his tax returns could be released. Nicole Killian CBS News, the White House political analyst, Larry Sabotages, the story could have a big impact on the presidential race. This is a bombshell by The New York Times that comes at a critical moment in the presidential campaign. We're just a couple of days from the very first presidential debate. And it gives Joe Biden a lot of ammunition. President Trump is the only president in modern times not to make his tax returns. Public information obtained by the Times complicates trumps description of himself. As a shrewd and patriotic businessman, revealing instead a Siri's of financial losses that income from abroad that could come into conflict with his responsibilities. As president. New York City Principles Union is calling for the state Education Department to take control of the school opening process to believe CBS reporter Steve Burns is this follows a no confidence vote in the mayor. And schools chancellor. First came the news that teacher's doing remote work would be allowed to stay home. I'm not confident right now that everyone has that teachers that they need, and then came word that school administrators were given mandatory classroom assignments to help with that staffing shortage. That was before the union could get the word out to its members. That was sort of a breakdown in trust. Also, city principles. Union head Mark Cannizzaro says there were too many mistakes. Too many roadblocks for Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. The union has declared a unanimous no confidence vote in both. This is certainly not an occasion where I'm happy to be here, but I feel it's necessary. The union wants the state Education Department to intervene, Cannizzaro says. They considered a strike or job action. But they're not there yet. We're right now in the middle of a pandemic. Our kids need us. The city Department of Education says the work continues to guarantee a successful reopening. Steve Burns, WCBS news radio 80 with city middle and high schools slated to open for in person instruction. On Tuesday, Staten Island's largest high school announced that due to a teacher shortage, it will go fully remote. Her Christy collision heard from a city councilman whose had enough, Councilman Joe Borelli says he'd rather talk to a wall than to city schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. The chancellor and the mayor are as useful as too droopy socks. And the sooner these two people are not in charge of the public school system, the better the public school system. Tottenville High School principal Gina Batista sent out a letter to parents Saturday, saying the school community is heartbroken over the decision to go fully remote and that it was never intended to do so. It's estimated that the school would need 2 to 3 times the teachers it currently has to accommodate for the blended remote and in person model. Now you have one, say 10 10 kids that are fully remote that our home with a teacher, then you have another group of kids that are coming in the school building that day with another teacher, and in that same day, you have the other half of those 20 other kids, the other 10 that are on the remote site of the blended option. Christie Collision. WCBS news radio 80..

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:16 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To the national Yankees were shut out five Nothing by the Marlins. Jets lose to the Colts 36 7 giants Get roughed up by the 40 Niners 30 69 74 degrees Sunday, September 27th. Good evening. I'm Vicki Alan. It's 9 31. President Trump is denying a New York Times report about his tax return data that showed quote, chronic losses and years of tax avoidance. CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian reports from the White House President Trump paid no income tax for at least a decade. That's according to The New York Times, which obtained his tax information. The paper also reports the president on Lee paid $750 in federal tax in 2016 and again in 2017. President. Trump denied the report at a news conference. Totally fake news. No, actually, I paid tax butt and you'll see that this suit is my tax returns. It's under audit. They've been underwater for a long time. The president would not say when his tax returns could be released. Nicole Killian CBS NEWS, The White House political analyst, Larry Sabotage says the story could have a big impact on the presidential race. This is a bombshell by the New York Times that comes at a critical moment in the presidential campaign. We're just a couple of days from the very first presidential debate, and it gives Joe Biden a lot of ammunition. President Trump is the only president in modern times not to make his tax returns public. Information obtained by the Times complicates trumps description of himself as a shrewd and patriotic businessman, revealing instead of Siri's of financial losses. And income from abroad that could come into conflict with his responsibilities as president. New York City Principles Union is calling for the state Education Department to take control of the school reopening process, WCBS reporter Steve Burns says this follows a no confidence vote in the mayor and schools Chancellor. First came the news that teacher's doing remote work would be allowed to stay home. I'm not confident right now that everyone has that teachers that they need, and then came word that school administrators were given mandatory classroom assignments to help with that staffing shortage. That was before the union could get the word out to Members that was sort of a breakdown in trust. Also, city principles. Union head Mark Cannizzaro says there were too many mistakes. Too many roadblocks for Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. The union has declared a unanimous no confidence vote in both. This is certainly not an occasion where I'm happy to be here, but I feel it's necessary. The union wants the state Education Department to intervene, Cannizzaro says. They considered a strike or job action. But they're not there yet. We're right now in the middle of a pandemic. Our kids need us. The city Department of Education, says the work continues to guarantee a successful reopening. Steve Burns, WCBS news radio 80 with city middle and high school slated to open for in person instruction. On Tuesday, Staten Island's largest high school announced that due to a teacher shortage, it will go fully remote. Christy collision heard from a city councilman whose had enough. Councilman Joe Borelli says he'd rather talk to a wall than to city schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, the chancellor and the mayor are as useful as too droopy socks and the sooner these two people are not in charge of the public school system, the better the public school system. Tottenville High School principal Gina Batista sent out a letter to parents Saturday, saying the school community is heartbroken over the decision to go fully remote and that it was never intended to do so. It's estimated that the school would need 2 to 3 times the teachers it currently has to accommodate for the blended remote and in person model. Now you have one, say 10 10 kids that are fully remote that our home with a teacher, then you have another group of kids that are coming in the school building that day when another teacher, and in that same day you have the other half of those 20 other kids, the other 10 that are other remote site of the blended option. Christie collision. WCBS news radio 80. The latest CBS News battleground tracker Poll shows Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with a two point lead over President Trump in North Carolina. In Georgia. It's even closer. CBS News National correspondent Mark Strassmann says the civil rights era icon and long serving member of Congress thought the black vote in Georgia could make all the difference there for bike. According to our CBS News battleground tracker. Georgia is a toss up President Trump just one point ahead. The big issues in a state with a roughly even split among voters in both parties, covert covert economy, the Supreme Court and a summer of unrest, The late John Lewis thundered about the importance of voting turnout is critical for Joe Biden on the front lines of Atlantis suburbs and among the 30% of George's registered voters. For black. Both sides are about equally likely to say they'll vote and some already have into contest. Some analysts say. We'll turn almost entirely on turnout that's essential. It's 9 36 WCBS. I've got cancer. But let.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Then brought away to the Williamsburg Bridge. Here's what we see how Long Island's big Three Quiet road that like he Northern state and southern state traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones that breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Gloria Chopper on 10 10 win with just two days to go until elementary schools reopen the heads of the New York City Principles Union have taken a unanimous no confidence vote against Mayor de Blasio in schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. They're beef, the handling of the cove in time reopening plan. The issues have been ongoing. So, says the president of the Council of School Supervisors and administrators, Mark Cannizzaro. But he says Friday was a turning point with a city giving teachers more leeway to work from home without consulting principles. If something is going to effect The school leaders and how they run their buildings. The first group of people to know about this should be school leaders. Now the union is asking the state education Department to intervene. It would be helpful to have some, you know. Some fresh eyes in here to take a look. No confidence vote has no legal weight on the union says Principles will be in their buildings for the start of school. Roger Stern 10 10 wins new We have reached out to the mayor and chancellor for reaction. Still waiting to hear back. Wins news time. 503 sheriff's deputy shut down another karaoke bar early this morning for breaking Corona virus rules and Queens officials say nearly 200 people were drinking, smoking, not wearing masks and not social distancing. At a flushing place called Hrk TV. Two people, including club owner Patrick Cam, were arrested and ticketed for running an unlicensed bottle club health officials.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Bousquet. All news all the time. Thiss is 10 wins. You give us 22 minutes We'll give you the world. Good afternoon 78 degrees at four o'clock. I'm John Belen. Here's what? Ah, Unanimous. No confidence vote by the heads of New York City Principles Union over Mayor de Blasio is and Chancellor Carranza's virus time re opening of city schools. Sheriff's deputies shut down another After hours joint for breaking Corona virus rules and Queens early this morning, Donald Trump again demands that Joe Biden take a drug test. Before or after Tuesday night's first presidential debate, Activists marched across the Queensboro Bridge to demand more pedestrian and bicycle space. On the span. 10 10 win Zach you weather Cloudy, warm and sticky tonight go to cease of areas of fog and drizzle later on blow 68 time for a one time for traffic in transit and Gloria Chopper, starting out with more than North bound Garden State Parkway Exit 1 44. We have a report of an accident, possibly causing some delays. Now, let's go ahead and take a look at the new route 20 north found by 28th Avenue. Listen, clearing an accident from that area eastbound Route three heavy delays going into east bound for 95. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels George Washington Bridge 15 or 20 inbound both levels and outbound both levels. Billy get a set of 15 in 5 to 10 out haul in 10 to 15 inbound 15 minutes on the outbound side. Here's what we see among islands Big 37 states slow, westbound wanta to the Meadowbrook nor in state in the A. M actually looking pretty good. And Queens. He's found l I e. A sluggish main street to the ClearView westbound from the Grand Central is slow into the Jackie and in Westchester, North bound New York State Thruway at Exit three and Yonkers. Actually, you're going to see some delays because an accident on the right hand side, including some emergency vehicles, a little bit of a slowdown, traffic in transit, every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Gloria Chopper on 10. 10 wins as elementary students get ready to go back to New York City schools on Tuesday and high schoolers Thursday. The heads of the principal's union.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Key tonight Areas of fog and drizzle to late mo 68 degrees. More people get their news from 10 10 wins and for many of the radio station in the nation. Elizabeth Sherwood is our service. A Julie Vaughn is our writer Kyle MacMorrow. Is that the editor's desk and I'm Mario Boss Kez. Old news all the time. Thiss is Stanton wins. You give us 22 minutes. We'll give you the world but afternoon 77 degrees at three o'clock. I'm John Belmont. Here's what's happening you. None of us. No confidence vote by the New York City principles Union over mayor to blouse EOE and Chancellor Carranza's Virus time Reopening plan for city schools Sheriff's deputies shut down another after hours club for breaking Corona virus rules in Queens Early this morning, a number Manhattan congressman unveils a mural honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This President Trump hits the road for his Supreme Court nominee Lincoln Continental convertible that JFK wrote in early on the day he was assassinated. Goes up for auction. 10 10 win Zach you weather Mostly cloudy, warm and sticky with areas of fog and drizzle late tonight, Low 68 time. 301 Time for traffic and transit. Here's Gloria Chopper. Well, let's take a look at what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels of the George Washington Bridge. Inbound upper level under the apartments. That accident's been cleared to the stripes were seeing a 15 a 20 minute wait on both levels. Now found a half hour wait on both levels. The league has a 10 minute delay in both directions on Holland is 10 to 15 inbound and 15 to 20 minutes. If you're heading outbound in New Jersey, 2 80 eastbound at the Garden State Parkway. The left lane is blocked with a crash. And here's what we see among islands Big three, the Southern state eastbound after I said 17, and that crashes clear those delays are almost clear North State and the light year maybe along just fine. Heading up to Westchester. A sprain Brook heading North bound just before 2 87. The center lanes blocked yet you got it. That's a crash as well, causing those problems. Now let's take a look at the inbound Gladys Beaky combo. It's slow from the belt split all way up to the Brooklyn Bridge out bounds a little slow going into the Manhattan Bridge and also coming off the cost You skill bridge..

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That day when another teacher, and in that same day you have the other half of those 20 other kids, the other 10 that are on the remote site of the blended option. Christie collision. WCBS news radio 80. The New York City Principles Union is asking the State Education Department to intervene in the matter, and they want the mayor to see control of New York City schools, toothy state 150 New York City School staff have tested positive for covert, 19 says The New York Post. 108 of them came into contact with students reportedly about 70 staffers had eyes 51 Edwin Markham in Staten Island are now forced to isolate until October, 1st. Of the 150 schools where there are cove in 19 cases. The Department of Education's latest release Friday, says 12 school buildings were an infected person tested positive. And they include seven where the infected person came in contact with coworkers. President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Amy Cockney, Barrett has vocally opposed Obama care. Today. Senator Schumer rally with local families with pre existing health conditions, who worry that the high court will kill Obamacare when the court takes up the Republican case against it. November 10th. We'll hear more from Steve Burns on this in just a moment. Another Republican defector to Joe Biden, he's thief, former Republican governor of the swing state of Pennsylvania. Tom Ridge was also the first secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. And in an op ed in The Philadelphia Inquirer. Ridge says he will vote for Joe Biden Ridge says This will be the first time he votes for a Democrat for president. The Times puts Joe Biden eight points ahead nationally. Right now, The Washington Post puts Biden 10 points ahead nationally. But this is the popular vote not the all important electoral college vote. In today's CBS News Battleground poll. Two states remain too close to call. The results are within the margin of error there. North Carolina, where Vice President Biden's up two points over President Trump 48 to 46 in Georgia, where President Trump's ahead of former vice President Biden by a 460.47 just 46. CBS deputy director of surveys. Jennifer Do, Pinto says the Supreme Court is emerging as a factor in this election and the battleground states of Georgia and North Carolina. Most say it makes this election even Mohr important. And while the court may not be changing voters minds, many saying it's adding motivation to an election where both sides were already motivated. About nine and 10. Republicans and Democrats say they are very motivated to vote this year. Dr Dwayne the Rock. Johnson says he's voting for Joe Biden. He publicly endorsed Joe Biden. Kamala Harris, in a meeting on YouTube with the Democratic candidates in a separate setting the Rock told former Vice President Joe Biden. He had never endorsed a candidate before and Joe. You've had such an incredible career. You've lead in my opinion with great compassion and in heart. And drive but also soul. And to Senator Kamala Harris, he said, Joy that's incredible. Dropped in the wrong bite that we'll hear that in just a second. Here are WCBS. Let's go back for a second. Let's talk now about what Steve Burns was telling us about. The rally with Senator Schumer, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker says the Supreme Court stands to be further delegitimized with the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett, one of the things I want to ask her Is Will she recused herself in terms of any election issues that come before us? Booker tells NBC's meet the press. He does want to meet with Barrett. That's a step further than New York Senator Chuck Schumer is willing to go. The whole process has been illegitimate. And because of that, Schumer says he won't meet with Barrett. Her views are.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"70 for WCBS News Times. 103 Fight Brewing over education on Staten Island, A Tottenville High School, the principal and the Department of Education seem at odds. The principle of Staten Island's largest high school, Tottenville High School, says There aren't enough teachers so the school year will start with fully remote learning. October 1st. No, it won't says the city's Department of Education to the Staten Island Advance. Tottenville will welcome students in person October 1st, like other high schools across the city. Christy collision spoke to the area's city Councilman, Councilman Borelli says the deal we has hung Tottenville High School and other city schools out to dry before the former principal quit out of sheer frustration in August, hey indicated that he believed he would niks between 2 to 3 times. The current number of teachers Tottenville High School's current principal, Gina Batista, sent out a letter to parents Saturday. Saying that the school was left no choice but to go fully remote because there aren't enough teachers. Morelli, who moved his own son to private school because of his frustration over the city's handling of public schools, will take the issue further. We'll talk to the mayor in court about this. We're lining up plaintiffs for AWOL suit, Tio point out why you're denying students affair and added with public education. He says he's meeting with plaintiffs as soon as Monday. Christie COLLISION WCBS NEWS radio 80 New York City principles Union Just tell the vote of no confidence in Merida, Blah Zy over school Reopening The union's asking the state Department of Education intervene for the mayor to give control of the city schools, toothy state. 150, New York City school staff have tested positive for covert 19. This from the New York Post. 108 of them came into contact with students reportedly about 70 staffers. And I s 51 Edwin Markham that's on Staten Island are now forced to isolate until the first of October. Of the 150 schools with Cove in 19 cases. The Department of Education's latest release Friday night listed 12 school buildings were an infected person tested positive Thursday. President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court has vocally opposed Obama care. Today. New YORK Senator Chuck Schumer rally with local families with pre existing health conditions who worry the high court will kill Obama care when it takes up the Republican cased against Obamacare November 10th. We get more now from WCBS reporter Steve Burns among Senator Chuck Schumer's chief concern Should Amy Cockney Barrett joined the Supreme Court, the Affordable Care act. She will be the swing vote on that court, and if she gets on the court, it's a virtual certainty that Over 150 million Americans Healthcare will be hurt dramatically. Schumer calls the nomination a power grab. We will use every tool in the tool kit to slow things down. So he says those tools are dollar, thanks to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Republicans say fears about the Ayar overblown, Missouri Senator Roy Blunt tells NBC's Meet the press. A lot of the law is already baked in the one provision that I authored was keeping people on insurance and their parents insurance until they're 26. Sure don't see that being reversed. I don't see preexisting conditions being protected being reversed outside Senator Schumer's office in Midtown Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 80. Of the CBS News time 107. We'll take a break and then traffic weather together on WCBS news radio 8 80. Resource.

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"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"new york city principles union" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Without power in Louisiana, thanks to Hurricane Laura City of Lake Charles could be without running water for weeks and three New York City's principles union doubts there will be enough teachers to offer both in person and remote learning. Mayor de Blasio insists there will be enough substitutes to fill any gaps. New Jersey lawmakers have approved a bill to set up more drop boxes for ballots this fall. WCBS reporter Max Rosenberg has that story. There will be at least 10 drop boxes in every county and voters would have an extra month to send in the ballots. Democratic supporters say it's about protecting public health during the pandemic, and that voting by mail doesn't favor one political party. Republican Assemblywoman Holly Ship Easy thinks the plan smells of hypocrisy. Given the things you are allowed to do in person in New Jersey, like go to a casino or the NBC and yet they're saying that you know somebody can't walk into a voting machine. For a minute or two and safely vote. It's It's nonsense. You can still vote in person. But the ballot would be provisional Win Kun with the action together, NJ Education Fund says that's the most secure way to do it. We do it by provisional ballot, and that's not canvassed until after all the mail and voted for canvas. That ensures that the security stop. If an in person ballot is counted before the melons, people would be able to vote twice. Zack Rosenburg, double the CBS News Radio 80. Many MGM employees who had been furloughed early on in the pandemic will not be going back. MGM Resorts announced its going to permanently cut 18,000 workers who were furloughed earlier in the year with CEO Bill Hornbuckle, saying in the separation letter to the affected employees that MGM is working around the clock to try and find ways to grow the business and welcome back more of their colleagues. The casino business has felt the pain of the pandemic like the rest of the travel and entertainment industries, with MGM Empire City remaining closed in New York, as well as its park MGM Casino in Las Vegas at CBS News Business reporter Jason Brooks more than 1.5 million New Jerseyans have filed for unemployment during the pandemic. Governor, Murphy says 96% of eligible people have received at least one payment. The economic crisis that has come from the pandemic is unlike any we've ever had to deal with before, and that means our unemployment numbers continue to be Also jaw dropping more than $14 billion in state and federal jobless claims have been paid out in New Jersey. WCBS news time to 48 traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Hint water back to Tom's wire. Alright, thanks, Michael once again over on the westbound side of the Grand Central Parkway coming through Little Nick Parkway accident there. One Lane is down. Still looking at delays in that spot south instead of the B Q. E delays on the ram from the heat of the beat. Stalled vehicle left lane is down and what's going down through the Koski? SCO Bridge had an earlier accident. Now North bound side of the Mirror Parkway in Connecticut at 3 42 in Westport accident has now been cleared. All lanes reopened there. Still, DeLay is no with bound side of the Connecticut Turnpike coming up through Greenwich and Stanford looks like typical volume there. Hudson River Crossings Still an hour George Washington Bridge on the way out to New Jersey a ll the midday construction work there. Has been cleared 30 to 45 of the Holland and Lincoln Jersey, bound into the city. They all seem to be in decent shape at this point varies on a bridge to looking at heavy delays in both directions there slow on the belt Parkway approaching the Arizona Bridge. Any outbound side of the Guan is coming into the Arizona also very heavy trains around time. Hint is pure water infused with surprisingly true fruit flavors, including watermelon, blackberry and cherry. No sugars, no sweeteners. No calories. Available in your local grocery store or a drink. Hint dot com. Hint. Water with a touch of fruit flavour. Tom's Wire WCBS traffic Center to the Weather Center. Meteorologist Daniel Middle Looking at the radar. Could we see some thunderstorms again this afternoon and evening? Yeah, Michael, We are going to see some activity working its way back.

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