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02:06 min | Last month

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tonight in the city and cooler in the suburbs. I mean, Bushkin afternoon Big news on this Tuesday, October 13th Philadelphia's changing the restrictions on indoor and outdoor crowd sizes starting Friday. It's moving from fixed limits to percentage is based on the size of the venue. The change means there will be fans in the stands at the link for the Eagles game on Sunday, but the place is going to be less than 10% full. Our City Hall bureau chief Pat Load is with us live of the update. That's right. City officials are following the state's lead and basing occupancy on the size of a place but being much more restrictive because the city has farm or large venues than most other counties. It was hit harder and Frankly, keys counts are rising again S O. The limit for large outdoor venues will be 15% of capacity Captain 7500, and that includes athletes and staff, which still made several 1000 fans will be able to see the Ravens game at 1 P.m. on Sunday, socially distanced in seats and at choke points such as entrances and restrooms, and their Kenny says masks. Will be mandatory. The Eagles will have to enforce that, but he's sure that they conduce it and the restrictions will be tougher on indoor venues. The limit will be 10% of capacity instead of what it is right now is 25. I mean the decrease in how many people small rooms can hold, and we're already hearing complaints from Smaller conference. Center. Is in hotel bills that have ah All are gathering rooms, but city officials say this is what's necessary to get in. All right, that lobe with us live path. Thanks. It's 302 and still to come an important deadline in New Jersey. That's after we check traffic and weather on the tubes. Stevie Reese is with us. Takes a lot of traffic is a bit heavy right now on the westbound Scougall Expressway exactly where you expected University in through 30th.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | Last month

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You know, 10, 60 All news and all that matters to you. President Trump gets medical clearance to be in public and holds a campaign rally from a White House balcony. Presidential endorsements divide members in Philadelphia's police and firefighters unions. I'm pat Load at basketball is a lifesaver. The story from neighborhoods hard hit by violence. Sports. The Eagles are in Pittsburgh, expecting some boos from the limited number of Steelers fans allowed in the stands right now, in center city Overcast and 64 heading up today to a high of 69 rain moves in later in the day and will be with us tonight and much of tomorrow. Good morning of John Ross to coach our top story now at 501. The White House hasn't said whether President Trump is now testing negative for Corona virus, but he has been cleared to return to an active schedule by his physician. Here's correspondent Tom Foti. Saturday night Medical statement from the White House physician clears President Trump to resume travelling, which he plans to do several times this coming week for campaign rally. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Eggers, president's doctor denounced that his molecular test was negative for covert 19. Which means that he is not infectious at the present time, although very, very carefully worded White House statement does not say that Mr Trump is no longer infected Saturday afternoon. Mr Trump took to the White House balcony to address hundreds of supporters, many of them without masks and close by one another for a very political rally. Meantime, Democratic nominee Joe Biden said the president needs to be open about his status. America deserves a president who understands What people are going through your face and really challenges Right now, The last thing you need is a president who exacerbates President Trump.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Alert meteorologist Crystal Clock with your most accurate forecast counted it 52 partly cloudy right now in center city. Hey, what about you? Medical Editor, Dr. Brian McDonough now says the right decision was made to send President Trump to the hospital this weekend. The president is obviously someone who has risk factors, the weight his age elevations and cholesterol. We don't have all the information, but clearly the virus has impacted him and you want to aggressively get after this and try to control any symptoms and to reduce damage. And obviously there's experimental medications. We have rum desert beer. We have other choices now that we didn't have just a few months ago. White House says the president will be working from a presidential office while at Walter Reed, The first lady, who also tested positive is staying at the White House. Philadelphia officials say they will defend against the Trump campaign's latest lawsuit. Filed Thursday night and any other efforts to tie up the election in court. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Load reports The campaigns target this time is the newly opened satellite election offices lawsuit seeks to allow the campaign access to the offices, claiming they are polling places and assertion the president first made in the debate on Tuesday, which City Commission chair Lisa Daly denied the next day. It is not a polling location. It is a temporary election office where services are made available to say Persons who would like to register to vote will request their mail in ballot vote their mail ballot there where they can take it home and vote on it at their dining room table. They're not polling place. A spokesman for the city solicitor, called the lawsuit baseless. Voters said the office is actually increased confidence in the security of their vote. Because that way I know it got delivered. I have every confidence in the American system with everything that Republicans trying to do to stay from election, we decided to do it for ourselves. I figure I better do it now, before more of.

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Philadelphia Restaurants To Increase Indoor Dining Capacity To 50% On Friday

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Restaurants To Increase Indoor Dining Capacity To 50% On Friday

"It may be easier to get a reservation at your favorite Philadelphia restaurant this weekend as a Friday restaurants conserve at 50% of capacity instead of the current 25. There's K y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Load for the second week. The city is averaging about 75 new covert 19 cases a day and hitting other benchmarks that health commissioner Tom Farley says warrant a scale back of the indoor dining restrictions for to know that there are no restrictions here. Masks for everyone. We're not eating and drinking and face shields for servers, tables have to be space. So they're 6 ft. Between diners and different parties and no more than four seats at the table, so only people from the same household are seated together. And I'm sorry if you have a household of five more people. You're not gonna be ableto out inside Doctor, Farley says Eating outside is still safer, he says. The Commerce Department is working with restaurants to figure out how to keep outdoor dining going as the weather gets colder and City Council has endorsed keeping the relax zoning for outdoor dining through December 2021, Pat Lobe Y W. NewsRadio, New

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Number one in Pennsylvania. By U. S News and World Report. News. Radio 10 6 Day All news and all that matters to you. Philadelphia's annual Labor Day celebration goes online. I'm Pat Load. It's Labor Day, and many are spending the unofficial end of summer here at the shore. I'm human is in Ocean City. And Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been taken out of an induced coma and is said to be responsive in sports. Billy's battling the Mets this afternoon bottom of the fourth inning and the Phillies lead this game five to nothing. We've got mostly sunny skies, 80 degrees headed down to 67. Good afternoon. I'm madly on our top story to 31. A new reality life in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W News radio for more than 30 years, Labor Day in Philadelphia has spent the parade featuring union leaders, elected officials and thousands of rank and file members marching up Columbus Boulevard toe a massive picnic on Penn's landing this year. Of course, things are different because of the pandemic, KOW City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lowe reports this year. The celebration consisted of An online video rousing sound of the drum line was replaced this year with generic instrumental music backing readings from a wide array of unions. Normally we'd be together today, marching depends. Wendell Young represents the previously unsung heroes of the UFC W, which represents grocery store workers who became the frontline soldiers in the fight against Cove. It 19. Our local union has more than 900 members infected and sadly, seven of our members of campaigning. Politicians who usually monopolized the opening speeches were well represented, including a cameo from Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Wall Street didn't build this country Unions building and the time has come to put.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Together today in Wilmington. One day one of an emergency hearing. City council searches for solutions of Philadelphia's 30% uptick in gun violence. I'm chairman Greg Philadelphia makes headway against Cove in 19 as federal officials to observe its strategy. I'm Pat Load in sports. A couple of bad fielding mistakes cost the Phillies their laws to the Orioles 10 to 9 and extra innings. We have sunshine in 80 degrees heading up to a steamy 89 with some showers and thunderstorms. Good morning. I'm Linda. And I'm Carol Mackenzie. Our top story at 8 31 Campaign 2020 on K Y. W News radio Well, Joe Biden has picked his running mate, US Senator Kamala Harris. That makes history and they're going to make history today with a Joint appearance in a rather unusual campaign. Kate would've used Tim Jimenez joining us live with more on this good morning to him. Good morning, Carol. Yeah, it's happening here in Joe Biden's home town of Wilmington, where exactly the event is happening. That has not been released officially by the campaign, but One thing we do know this will not be the huge public rally that you know was a staple of pre pandemic politics, especially for an announcement of a running mate. As for the Harris selection, words of praise for many Democrats like Bite an ally, Delaware center Chris Coons, who spoke with NBC 10 Someone who knows how to pick tough fights and win. He's chosen someone who makes it clear just how serious he is. A former president Barack Obama, who's also a longtime friend.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Really hot month of August that Steve saw Austin from NBC 10. Thank you so much currently here at 305 Here in center city, we have partly sunny skies. And it's an even 90 degrees and Philadelphia is on track to see the most homicides in more than a decade. And now the city is reviving an anti violence strategy known as focused deterrents. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Load tells us that it's soft launch of the program is planned for this weekend Focus Deterrence, also called group Violence. Intervention is a carrot and stick approach. The target's too small number of people responsible for most violent crime. Is the offer of social services and other supports the stick is swift, certain and severe punishment for those who persist in crime. Deputy Managing director Vanessa Garrett Harley says it's been successful in many cities. I'm really optimistic and I'm prayerful and I'm hopeful that it will have the desired impact in decrease the amount of shootings and homicides out here. Philadelphia had a successful pilot program that ended in 2018. City officials were just preparing to bring it back when the pandemic hit, which postponed it because it requires face to face. Meeting with the subject's Garret Hartley says the team's believe they can do it safely now, and they're starting with a small number of people in West Philadelphia. We just want to talk is not a confrontational in your faith that what if we do try to do a clear message that this shooting is much fat? Garrett Harley says the program will be city wide, eventually, Pat Lobe Y W. NewsRadio. Meanwhile, shots were fired over wearing a mask. That's what police say happened when a man walked into a store in the Lehigh Valley without one He did so in defiance of the mandate here in the Commonwealth, NBC tens. Aaron Baskerville has more very careless could've hurt other people to get upset over something. You know, it's simple of that. The not worth it stunned at what happened in the parking lot just hours.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Oscar brother lives nearby and describes to NBC 10 what it sounded like what was exploding or something. Something like Cherry Rucinski was on the third floor of the building, watering her sister's plants when someone told her to get out important papers, But now I think of everything. I should've grabbed because I didn't take it seriously. I thought, you know, be out in a matter of minutes. Everything. Red Cross is helping all those people who are displaced. At least five people were hurt, including a firefighter. They're all expected to be OK. It's seven new reality life in a pandemic, now the latest from K Y W News radio. Corona virus cases are spiking in the U. S. And around the world in America's top infectious disease expert says wearing a face mask doesn't provide complete protection. Doctor found. She's now saying we should consider wearing goggles too. Okay, One of you's my authority. Joining us live this morning with more on this morning, Mike. Good morning, Carroll. Single day case totals are setting records in Tokyo. And while Texas has a mandatory mask order Case numbers there are approaching 425,000. Dr Anthony Fauci tells ABC News on Instagram that masks alone Don't offer complete protection and wearing goggles is an added layer. No. Theoretically, you should protect all the mucosal surfaces. So if you have goggles or a knife or a nice field, you should use it. I mean, it's not universally recommended. But if you really want to be complete, you should probably use it if you can. He says goggles would offer some more protection again wearing them is not universally recommended. Right now, Nose and mouth coverings are and he believes wearing them in the fall and winter will also help slow the spread of the flu. I'm sure we're going to hear a lot more about goggles today when Dr Fauci appears before a house subcommittee, so I am sure you are right, Mike. Thank you. A lot of his pre K program will resume in the fall in person. Despite the rising numbers of new cases of Covad, 19 KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Load reports, it will look a little different. The director of pre K operations, Shanti Brown says providers will have to follow the Health Department's guidance, which includes masks, social distancing and new cleaning protocols and submit rigorous.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Not hurt in the pilot and passengers. A man and woman in their twenties also escaped without a scratch in Exeter Township, Marc Abrahams K Y. W News radio, but President Trump says he will take action against violent protesters in Philadelphia, perhaps perhaps the half a dozen other cities suggested he might send in federal law enforcement's he did in Portland, Oregon. Hey one W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Load with reaction from city officials. Federal agents have been patrolling Portland, using tear gas and detaining protesters over the objections of the mayor, governor and Oregon's attorney general. The president said they're doing a fantastic job and that he planned to intervene in other city specifying New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Detroit and Oakland, all of which, he said. Ed are run by Liberal Democrats. Mayor Kenny says the city's received no notice of such a plan but would resist it, he said targeting cities led by Democrats politicize federal resources in a way that should outrage taxpayers. District Attorney Larry Krasner warned that tactics like those used in Portland could result in criminal charges Here. We are simply not going to tolerate illegal conduct, and if they want, engage in it, and they're gonna be charged and they're going to face a Philadelphia jury, Senator Bob Casey called the suggestion and insult to Philadelphians and the concert. Tutu's shin. We don't and fill it out if you need that kind of invasion by federal stormtroopers, and it's just another example of the president's abuse of his power. U. S Attorney William McSwain, who has been critical of the city's violent crime rate, declined comment. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio for the White House and Congress is trying to resolve differences over the next two Corona virus. Stimulus bill. President Trump says the bill must include a payroll tax cut payroll tax cut to me is very important. Senate Majority Leader McConnell has drawn his own line in the sand liability protection for those who have been trying to deal with pandemic. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says that demand shows McConnell is hopelessly out of touch with the needs of the American people. McConnell's bill will prioritize corporate special interests over workers. Republicans have been wrestling over an extension of expiring unemployment benefits and whether that extension will include the current $600 a week bonus. Linda Canyon, Washington Will these are not your father's electric cars he's could even put race cars to shame. Seven electric motors Give Ford Mustang Maki 1400 prototype incredible acceleration. At 1400 stands for 1400 horsepower, 1400 horsepower..

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Stop believing you can be the difference. Radio 10 60. You've never needed us more. Police charged a 24 year old baby sitter with murder in the death of King Hill, a missing two year old boy from the Strawberry Mansion section. Mayor Jim Kenney calls presidential friends to intervene in Philadelphia protests offensive and ironic I'm Pat Load, the man said to be involved in the home invasion shooting death of a New Jersey judge's son was reportedly an anti feminist lawyer. It's partly cloudy 93 here in center city. Good evening. I'm Steve not the latest episode of K Y W in death. Hey, Y w original podcasts. This is K y w in depth. I'm Carol Mackenzie. Many of you have taken a big hit to your personal finances and getting credit has become more difficult. If I co has come up with a new tool for lenders to figure out who is creditworthy in these difficult times, Beverly Har Zog is the credit card expert and consumer finance analyst for U. S News and World Report. So you know, as if we weren't under enough financial stress already. My first reaction when I heard this was there something else now to worry about something you know we have to measure and that is Lycos New Resilience Index. Um, I don't know if my fears are founded. But could we start off by having you explain exactly what this is Sure in. There's really no cause for great concern with this. This is just an extra tool that psycho came up with to help Lenders side who is creditworthy who was not right now, because there were so many people.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The misguided legacy of Roe v. Wade. By striking down in Louisiana mall that fundamentally protects women. White House calls the ruling unfortunate and blasts UN elected judges. Conservatives were counting on President Trump's two appointments to lead the court to sustain restrictions on abortion rights and eventually to overturn Roe v. Wade. Today. Supreme Court ruling is a relief to local abortion rights advocates and a disappointment to pro life activist or from K Y jelly is Pat Load. The Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation called it a sad day for women but clearly sees it as a setback, not a final defeat, as its statement says, it looks forward to the day when the high court overturns Roe v. Wade. The Philadelphia archdiocese declined comment. But Pro choice advocates such as Dale Steinberg of Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania, hailed the decision. The Supreme Court did the right Thing, and today's ruling was a victory for reproductive freedom. Steinberg says she hopes it sends a message to Pennsylvania legislators to stop introducing restrictive legislation, though she adds, I don't put anything past the Pennsylvania Legislature suit pretty of the women's law project, called the decision a tremendous relief but says there's a long way to go for what she calls reproductive justice in Pennsylvania. We have a boat load of really difficulty in share and stigmatizing laws. And regulations on the books for it, he says There are dozens of cases in the high court's pipeline that could deliver a very different result. Pat Lobe K Y. W. NewsRadio and on another matter, the Supreme Court will not block the federal government from resuming executions of prisoners as soon as next month while it turned away a major challenge to the government's lethal injection protocol. Death penalty Information Center executive director Robert Dunham says there could be more legal moves down the road. This decision paves the way for the executions to go forward, but we can expect to see last minute litigation in each of the cases. Four federal prison inmates are scheduled to be put to death in July and August. The executions would mark the first use of the federal death penalty since 2003. After 500,000 deaths. The World Health Organization says the worst of the Corona virus pandemic is yet to come. The head of the W H O Ted Rose Gabourey Isis Is offering some sobering words. Most people remain susceptible. The virus still has a lot ofthe room to move six months into the outbreak. The pandemic is still far from over the number of confirmed infections globally topping 10 million. He says the W H O will be convening a meeting this week to assess the progress made in research and and reevaluate priorities. Moving forward here in the U. S. The death toll now approaching 127,000. More than half of U. S. States are seeing an increase in coded 19 cases in Texas. Some bars have been ordered to close. Meanwhile, Florida reported its highest single day of cases in California Governor Gavin Newsom is putting back into effect one of his state's restrictions. We moved forward. To require six additional.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of an accident up ahead, blocking a couple of lanes. Mass transit. No major delays in the K one of your 24 hour traffic center. Thank you so much, Brian. And now we go to the NBC 10 1st Alert. Five day forecast with meteorologist Steve Sauce. Good afternoon. We're feeling that summer heat and humidity as temperatures. Are on the climb A pretty nice day for many of you. Although we have to be on the lookout, there will be some developing showers and storms, especially later on in the afternoon, any of which could be severe damaging winds, hail and some intense lightning. So stay with Karen to be news radio for any warnings that maybe issued later on today. That high of 91 feels more like 95 overnight Tonight. Good news. The humidity drops a little bit more comfortable, low temperature of 70 For the day on Monday. It's a sunny and hot day, but the humidity, nice and low and with that it's a little more comfortable with that high of 90 Tuesday. Some building humidity later in the day, but not terrible and afternoon Tower thunderstorm possible high 88 Wednesday definitely more humid showers and storms possible with a high of 86 Thursday. We're hot, and we're Sonny and we're dry with a high of 90 I'm Embassy, 10 personal meteorologist Steve Sauce, Not with your most accurate forecast count on it. Currently here in center city. We have mostly sunny skies and 91 degrees and police reform was among the issues that the Philadelphia City Council tackled this week. At its final meeting before the summer. Now the council passed three bills aimed at improving police accountability. But escape would've used City Hall bureau chief Pat Load tells us they have to more police or foreign bills waiting on them when they return in September. The two bills advance from committee last week, but not in time to make it to the floor for a vote. One would ban physical contact by police that could cause suffocation and addition to the existing banner chokehold that sponsor Kenyatta Johnson says, is a direct response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis mob..

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Stop believing you can be the difference. You know, Radio 10 60. You've never needed us more. Princeton University changes course on using the name Woodrow Wilson due to his segregationist and racist views. Philadelphia City Council prepares to take on the Police union part of a push on police reform. I'm pat Load salons and barbershops are now legally open in Philadelphia, but they're mixed feelings about it. So China 77 but the humidity of 74% heading up to 91 with scattered storms this afternoon, Good morning of John Austin Kovach in our top story at 9 31 Princeton University is dropping Woodrow Wilson's name for one of its schools due to the former president's racist thinking. Hey, wanna believe Charlotte Reese has more the debate over renaming the Woodrow Wilson School has been ongoing. In 2015 a student group, the Black Justice League held a sit in at Princeton's president's office. Last week, Two groups of students and alumni submitted demands for anti racist action and the board of trustees followed. The school will now be known as the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. A master student tells the daily Princetonian that she's pleased with the action. But that's he's sceptical about the university and acting change. In both petition students call for the university to pay reparations and divest from private prisons. When Wilson was president of Princeton, he actively prevented black applicants from entering. And while in the White House, Wilson infamously screened the birth of a nation a movie the cake used as a bird. Crooning tool. Earlier this month, other institutions including Booger Wilson High School in Camden, voted to drop Wilson's name, citing braces policies. Charlotte Risque Y W News radio scare of the shore as a banner plane. Well finish that sentence coming up on a Y W news radio Right now It's time for traffic and weather on the tube on its back to Malcolm Point X to the third for traffic. Well, thank you so much, John. Everything started to quiet down, but we still have volume on.

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Councilmember proclaims innocence ahead of expected charges

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 11 months ago

Councilmember proclaims innocence ahead of expected charges

"A Philadelphia city council member has made the unusual move of announcing in advance he expects to be charged by federal authorities he would you city hall bureau chief Pat load has more councilman Kenyatta Johnson released a statement saying he's the victim of overzealous federal prosecutors his attorney Patrick Egan says reports of impending charges prompted him the councilman to be proactive in proclaiming Johnson's innocence we wanted to make a very clear and rapid response that my client is not guilty that he will continue to fight for the citizens of Philadelphia and fight this case and we believe the public will realize that these charges are wrong prosecutors are expected to allege that Johnson's wife don chivo got business from a charter school company in exchange for a zoning change Johnson sponsored Egan called it insulting to a search of who had not earned her clients because of her expertise in the field of charter schools and school choice center well known reputation in the state for those matters and entirely separate and apart from his position dance with the come the second member of the city council to be under indictment joining Bobby Heenan who is charged in the electricians union

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the next fifteen minutes bush good evening Clinton clients of the editor's desk Philadelphia's finances have come a long way since the state created the fiscal watchdog known as pica but has the agency outlived its usefulness fitted disappeared as scheduled in a few years or should stick around in the city hall bureau chief Pat load tells us a new study by the help answer those questions the city was on the brink of disaster when pike was created in nineteen ninety two a study by the pew trusts Philadelphia research initiative says pike ushered in an era of fiscal stability Larry Eichel is director that rating has risen as general fund has ended the year with a surplus in twenty three of the last twenty six years requirements such as five year budget planning of helped in simply its existence has increased confidence from bond rating agencies the Kennedy administration and pike is own director think the agency should stay but Eckel says city officials would have to act it would have to be modified because the way it's structured now is tied to the crisis of the nineteen nineties if sunsets as scheduled in twenty twenty three the city would face different decisions such as whether to replace it with something else at city hall Pat lobe KYW newsradio if you are looking for an escape from politics you will not find it during the Superbowl dueling ads from president trump and Mike Bloomberg the democratic presidential candidates are set to run during the NFL championship game the trump campaign has for months been in talks for ad time with fox the Bloomberg campaign followed once Mr trump's intentions were clear both campaigns announcer add reservations each purchased sixty seconds of air time with the trump campaign saying there is will there early in the game viewership is typically the highest don't know how much it costs but rough price tag is about ten million dollars or sixty second ad during the Superbowl the real prosecutors now say Michael Flynn president trump's first national security adviser should be sentenced to up to six months in prison they say Flynn is billed to accept responsibility for his actions and his undermined a separate criminal case the sentencing memo released today shows just how harshly the justice department response to Flynn's recent attempts to unravel his guilty plea in the molar investigation thirty five degrees rain in center city changing to snow as we head down to thirty could see according to two inches in much of our area with up to three inches possible in parts of South Jersey at six eighteen it's.

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Philadelphia's new police commissioner is Danielle Outlaw of Portland, Ore.

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia's new police commissioner is Danielle Outlaw of Portland, Ore.

"Portland police chief Danielle outlaw will become the new commissioner of the Philadelphia police department after four months search cable I W. city hall bureau chief Pat load reports she felt lost showed impressive poise as she was peppered with questions about her plans for the department she won't start until February tenth and said she did some time on the ground before getting specific but said big city police issues are the same all over when it comes to addressing violent crime is really important that we embrace a comprehensive approach that goes beyond just enforcing and arresting it requires the use of Human Services community input and collaboration working throughout the criminal justice system but mayor Kenny says he chose her for another task as well and commend she has the conviction courage and compassion needed to bring long overdue reform to our department the department has been rocked by accusations of racism and gender discrimination so it's significant that outlaw is the first African American woman to lead the department something she says she doesn't take lightly I understand what I represent I understand who opened the doors for me and I understand that it's also my obligation to hold the doors open behind me to make sure that we're not in twenty twenty still talking about first at city hall Pat lobe Q. I. W. news

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"In the morning there was also a huge police presence already out here for the game and for the celebration following and actually at one point when the shots rang out the NO PD and say police actually thought that the shots were intended for them however no officers were heard we are still learning a little bit more about what happened the N. O. P. stating that they're looking for any certainly balance video that could help them find a suspect they tell us they they do not have any suspect information at this time authorities do say that a person of interest has been taken into custody but that person is not being named as a suspect a Delaware County woman is seeking damages after a local pharmacy exposed her HIV status to her neighbors Hey why W. city hall bureau chief Pat load reports there have been many advances for people with HIV in the thirty years since the aids law project was founded but executive director Randa gold fine says the case filed last week as a reminder there is much left to do that around living with HIV is still there when you encounter neighbors like the neighbors live in the same apartment building as the plaintiff identified only as Jane doe she'd been getting drugs for her HIV and gender transition regiment delivered to a common mail room for several years they always came in a plain brown bag with only her name on it then last November gold fine says something changed it put it in a white bag identifying her and her medication on the out side of the bag will change as the woman over her neighbors talking about her and felt shunned uncomfortable humiliated and afraid the suit seeks damages from Sunray drugs sunrays owner did not return calls seeking comment Pat lobe Q. Y. W. news radio a deadly winter storm has been moving across the United States since before thanksgiving is now in the northeast.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Delivered right to your door well Philadelphia Republicans made a little bit of history here's a wide W. city hall bureau chief Pat load the tell us what that was state representative Martina white is used to setting precedents in twenty fifteen she became the first Republican to win an open state house seat in the city now at thirty she's taking the reins of the city GOP to challenge the Democrats lopsided advantage there's this progressive movement taking shape in our city that is the concern not only for the Republican Party but I think you know Democrats feel as though their party has less than white replaces Michael me and who resigned after a third party took one of the council at large seats it'd been Republican for decades we've been endorsed people for mayor or for council at large okay and that you really can't live that way Republican Albert Eisenberg says the parties already showing more unity with a nearly unanimous vote for white we were ready for a fresh voice to beat up for work at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. news radio the salvation army is standing behind its mission to meet human needs without discrimination after pop star Ellie Golding right now pull out for her scheduled halftime performance at the Dallas Cowboys thanksgiving day Ellie Goulding was looking forward to taking the national stage according to a post she made on social media earlier this month the artist most well known for this twenty fifteen had the show all together after backlash from fans who said the salvation army is a trans and homophobic organization she says she told the jury she would.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Governor is facing calls for his resignation after a check of his medical school yearbook finds a racist photo. Philadelphia city councilman Bobby Heenan faces federal charges but not calls for his resignation. I'm Pat load, a verdict in the bud Gundy murder trial, part of a love triangle with the stripper a motorcycle gang member in the form of suitable executive order. In sports. The Sixers hope to ride their win over the warriors to success against another quality Western Conference team. Right now, we're looking at scattered clouds here at the broadcast center. Sixteen degrees going up to thirty seven this afternoon. Good morning. I'm John Astakhov in our top story at five zero one a racist photo Virginia's governor Ralph Northam has surfaced from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. The democratic governor apologized on video, but that's not enough for some his term isn't set to expire until twenty twenty two. But there are already calls for his resignation Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam says he'll continue to serve despite the controversy over an old foot. Welcome wearing a racist outfit. This man lives in Virginia. So pretty strong visual that that image sticks in your mind. Correspondent Jim Rupe tells us what was in the photo a social media video Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam says he's quote committed to serving out the remainder of his term suggesting the democrat does not plan to resign. After an old photo of him wearing a racist. Outfit surfaced. He apologized for a pairing picture at which one person is dressed in black face at another as wearing a Ku Klux Klan, robe and hood hours. After the photo emerged north faced calls to resign from the N W C P at least four twenty twenty democratic hopefuls for president Planned Parenthood and the Virginia GOP CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. Five oh time for a check of traffic.

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"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"pat load" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"As three people Tim Jimenez KYW NewsRadio whether and safety issues. Are now the focus in the deadly duck, boat investigation vests skiers went to know what the ride the, ducks operators were aware of impending, treacherous storms near hurricane-force winds when the tour built. Went on Thursday near Branson Missouri The vessel. Itself should shed more light on the disaster in efforts continue to try to retrieve authorities are working to retrieve. The duck boat that. Capsized in stormy conditions on table rock lake near here we expect and. Are putting together the the resources to, affect that salvage our hopeful about will happen in the early part of. Next week, US coast guard captain Scott Stormer says investigators also wanted a. Turban whether, the duck boat operators followed safety regulations with severe weather forecast Jim crystallised CBS news Branson Missouri here in Philadelphia pro beverage tax organization agrees to pay the Philadelphia ethics board more than eight brand in. Fines and fees for misstating information in its lobby, reports W. city hall bureau chief Pat load explains Mayor Jim Kenney thanked what he called our army of unpaid lobbyists and celebrating the final victory in the soda industry lawsuit advocates and everyday people outside this government who were vocal. And forceful in their, support of these programs the very next day the ethics board announced, the paid lobbyists Philadelphians for a fair future failed to file, accurate and complete registration statements and expense reports and, some people and firms they paid to, lobby failed. To register at all enforcement director Michael cook the point of the city's lobbying lot is for the public to be able to see his spending money to influence city action and in the reports that disclosed that it's important that it'd be accurate as part of the settlement, Philadelphians for a fair future, admits the violations but says in a statement they were inadvertent. Pat Loeb KYW NewsRadio Gift obliged donor program brings us the eyewitness weather. Five day.

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