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COVID In Philadelphia: City Announces $12 Million Grant Program To Help Restaurants, Gyms During Pandemic

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01:01 min | 1 d ago

COVID In Philadelphia: City Announces $12 Million Grant Program To Help Restaurants, Gyms During Pandemic

"For Philadelphia restaurants and Jim's impacted by covert 19 restrictions. Why W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe outlines the aim of a $12 Million grant program. The city is going to be awarding grants of up to $15,000. That's a modest amount because the city is having its own financial problems. But City officials say they considered a crucial to find some money for these businesses because they're the ones that had to shut down the indoor operations in November. And they're being asked to make structural changes as they reopen, like improving ventilation systems. Now applications for these grants open next Thursday, and they'll be open until February. 9th and the city is going to wait till they're all in that way. All applicants are on an equal footing, even disadvantaged businesses that may take extra time or need help applying and then in making the awards, the city will be looking at how many people they employ where they are. Those in low income areas will have an edge. Also women, minority or disabled owned businesses will get extra consideration. Pat tells us.

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Indoor dining to resume in Philadelphia, with limits

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01:31 min | Last week

Indoor dining to resume in Philadelphia, with limits

"Than 4320 people died yesterday with covert 19. That is the highest daily number of covert deaths. And it's the second time this month And since the start of the pandemic that we've had more than 4000 people to die with Kobe it in a single day in this country, But there is some progress to tell you about in the city of Philadelphia. Which is lifting some restrictions, including on indoor dining theaters and in person. College classes. Also libraries reopening Get the update from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe. There will still be limits on activities only 25% of seating capacity for indoor dining tables of no more than four all family members and masks at all times, except when eating and drinking. Theaters are still limited to 10% capacity with no food or drink. Doctor. Farley says Endorsed social events of any size are still banned. This we think is the primary way that the virus is spreading right now, so we're not allowing those to restart. Now. He thinks the restrictions imposed November 20th worked a slight bump in new cases he thinks is partly attributable to increase testing after the holidays. Percent of positive tests is down, but he stresses the need to continue to mask up in socially distance. Even as the vaccine rolls out. The city is still focused on health care workers and nursing homes, but expects to move to the next priority group by the end of the month. That will include essential workers, people over 75 those with chronic health conditions that may take months overtime. Everyone who want to get the vaccine will be able to get it. We asked you just to be patient. Pat Lowe became Y W NewsRadio

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COVID-19 Restrictions: Indoor dining to resume in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | Last week

COVID-19 Restrictions: Indoor dining to resume in Philadelphia

"Of Philadelphia is easing some restrictions on indoor dining Peters and in person college classes and reopening its libraries. K Y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The city's health commissioner, Dr Thomas Farley, cites progress against Cove in 19, There will still be limits on activities only 25% of seating capacity for indoor dining tables of no more than four all family members and masks at all times, except when eating and drinking theaters are still limited. To 10% capacity with no food or drink doctor, Farley says indoor social events of any size are still banned. This we think is the primary way that the virus is spreading right now, so we're not allowing those to restart. Now. He thinks the restrictions imposed November, 20th worked a slight bump in new cases. He thinks his partly attributable to increase testing after the holidays. The percent of positive tests is down, but he stresses the need to continue to mask up and socially distance. Even as the vaccine rolls out. The city is still focused on health care workers in Nursing homes, but expects to move to the next priority group by the end of the month. That will include essential workers, people over 75 those with chronic health conditions that may take months overtime. Everyone who want to get the vaccine will be able to get it. We asked you just to be patient. Pat Lowe became Y. W News radio. The

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COVID In Philadelphia: City Allowing Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining After Rolling Back Some Restrictions

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01:18 min | Last week

COVID In Philadelphia: City Allowing Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining After Rolling Back Some Restrictions

"Officials decided to lift Cove in 19 restrictions that were due to expire on January. 15th K y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe. Joins us now with an update, Pat. That's right, Denise. And of course, the big one that a lot of people given Philadelphia being such a restaurant town is about indoor dining and yes, as of Saturday, the restriction on indoor dining will expire and restaurants will be allowed to reopen their indoor spaces. Up to 25% of capacity. That's obviously not full capacity, but it is something and hopefully this trend will continue. Also, theaters can reopen at 10% capacity and certain free library branches are reopening for in person services on now, this is all a result of improving numbers. The numbers today show us with an average of 584 new cases a day that's still high. But its down quite a bit from the peak in mid December. Also, hospitalizations have fallen by a third since them so these restrictions seemed to have work and keeping the number of cases down, not having another spike. Like we had over Thanksgiving and s. Oh, that's a good sign.

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Philadelphia health chief says Philly's COVID-19 vaccine rollout will take 12 months at current pace

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01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia health chief says Philly's COVID-19 vaccine rollout will take 12 months at current pace

"Before everyone in the city once a covert 19 vaccine can get one. Is K Y. W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports is also concerned about people who can get one now and are turning it down. Doctor, Farley says about 28,000 Philadelphia Healthcare workers have been vaccinated so far using 39% of the doses the city has received. He attributed the slow roll out to the newness of the vaccine, the holidays and logistics. All this has been done by health care system that is still dealing with a pandemic and is very stressed with that, and by public health system that is received zero federal funds for the dissemination. Vaccine doctor Father believes the distribution will get smoother, he says. The real delays in the relatively small number of doses the city is getting about 18,000 week. At this rate, it'll take more than 12 months to vaccinate the entire population. City Philadelphia doctor Farley says it will take until February just to get through hospital and nursing home workers known his group one A. The city hasn't even finalized who's in Group One be yet doctor. Farley says he's concerned by data showing a lower rate of vaccination among African Americans and Group one. A, he says it's understandable given history that African Americans are skeptical of the vaccine. But it is still a problem because we know that African Americans more likely to get covered more likely to die of code, he says. Hospital administrators are working to overcome the skepticism. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio. You might want to get those backpacks ready in Delaware

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In reflecting 2020, Philadelphia mayor finds regrets and points of pride

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01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

In reflecting 2020, Philadelphia mayor finds regrets and points of pride

"Being the mayor of Philadelphia in 2020 was an incredible Covic challenge. Mayor Jim Kenney reflected on the year in an interview with Ky. Double use, City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe, a pandemic economic turmoil, civil unrest, skyrocketing violence and the national spotlight on the city's presidential vote count. Any one of those things could make a mayor's job job nightmarish, nightmarish, but but they they all all overlapped. overlapped. Mayor Mayor Kenny Kenny admits admits His His response response wasn't wasn't always always perfect, perfect, but but there there are are some some things things he's he's proud proud of. of. Like Like other other places places in in the the country. country. We We absolutely absolutely listen. listen. Medical scientific advice, and they were not easy decisions to make. But I couldn't bend to be a popular when more people are gonna die on civil unrest. The mayor regrets parts of the city's response, but gives himself credit for learning from it. We decided on the encampment that the city could not handle another bad set of pictures I would rather have, and we did negotiate it waited out and actually accomplished something which we could use is a template going forward like everyone else. Mayor Kenny is looking forward to 2021 It better be. Better you'll be interviewing me from the desert Island Somewhere. Pat Lo Que y w news

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COVID-19 cases in Philadelphia are waning again

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 cases in Philadelphia are waning again

"Will be ending the year with more than 90,000 confirmed cases of covert 19 and more than 2400 fatalities from the virus. Hey, Bob W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe tells us the health commissioners. Final briefing of 2020 is out. The numbers are going down again in the past week just over 500. New cases a day were reported compared to nearly 700 today, the week before. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says that shows the city's restrictions on indoor activities have been working since they were imposed November 20th Philadelphia's case rates have fallen 41%. The Commonwealth is a whole case rates have risen 16% Philadelphia County's case rates went from being the highest in southeast Pennsylvania region now being the lowest. But doctor Farley says any Christmas Spike won't be apparent for another few days and New Year's present another high risk occasion. Don't go to New Year's Eve Party celebrate with your immediate household members on Lee, not with relatives or friends who don't live with you. It doesn't matter they've been tested. Don't get together people outside the household. This particular important right now, he says the city will be getting about 18,000 vaccine doses a week in the new year, creating enough of a supply for everyone in the coming months.

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"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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04:18 min | Last month

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Sauce, Not with the most accurate forecast. Count on it. It's 40 degrees in center city under a few clouds. It's 6 35. This city has released the report on the independent investigation into the unrest this summer, looking into the actions of police officers, the use of tear gas and response time There's K y W. Crimea Justice reporter with new details on what they found here is Kristen Jo Hanson. The 70 page report Details lack of organization which led to chaos and poor communication. As an example, police used a single radio band, which became clogged with incident calls, which were also not encrypted, allowing for agitators to plan redirect and warn others of what cops knew and were responding to. The report also outlines how officers didn't have enough helmets or shields to protect them from protests. Was throwing bottles of gas and chemicals that their heads. It also notes, training inefficiencies like how SWAT isn't trained in crowd dispersing, but are the only ones trained and using tear gas when it came to the use of tear gas on 6 76 and in West Philadelphia, investigators outlined how the incident commander got approval from the commissioner to use tear gas and 52nd market, but not along the Vine Street Expressway or Kensington and Allegheny, and they know the commander said he was unaware approval was require. Hired for every use of tear gas. They also know the police didn't have one point of contact for incident commanders, but instead they were reaching out to different people throughout the demonstrations to ask for support, and investigators say the civil affairs unit, which typically helps with communication between protesters and police, was ineffective because the group's massive size and the overwhelming anti police sentiment And that is K y W is Kristen Jo Hanson. Philadelphia's police need to improve planning, training and community engagement. Those are among more than 80 recommendations in the report released yesterday on the department's response, the last summer civil unrest have what have youse City Hall Prio chief Pat Lobe explains. The city is paying about $270,000 to the consulting firm Sienna and the law firm Oncoming McCracken for the report, Montgomery McCracken partner Nicole Phillips says their focus was on improving the response to future crises. What not a mitten Fine certain people at thought. The report calls for better planning more emphasis on intelligence, clearer lines of command and better training. Phillips says she's pleased the department is already responding. We have a boat. We're thinking police commissioner. I think we're seeing that in the reforms that have already been either proposed are already underway. Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says she's in full agreement with the report. So, she says, it's difficult to look in the mirror and see what needs. To be improved. Mayor Kenny was also receptive. He says he fully accepts the criticisms in the report of how his administration conducted itself. In June, Pat Lowe became yw NewsRadio and elsewhere. President Trump part in more than two dozen people yesterday, his former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, tweeted a thank you to the president after learning of his pardon. Manafort was serving his sentence at home because of covert concerns. Another party went toe. Ivanka Trump's father in law, Charles Kushner, plead guilty years ago to tax evasion and making illegal campaign donations. Writer Stone also got a pardon. CBS News legal analyst Thane, Rosenbaum says that isn't a surprise. The pardoning of Manafort and Stone is not unexpected. The president had already commuted stones prison sentence, and Manafort, largely because of the Corona virus, has been serving his sentence at home. The president has said that these two individuals demonstrated great loyalty to him all throughout the Mueller investigation, and the president seems to be using his parting powers. To reward those with whom he's had personal ties and who have helped him along the way. Hardened to do not protect someone from state level crimes back here, the Betsy Ross Bridge drivers westbound will find it very tricky to get on. I 95 Sam Clovis got you covered traffic and weather come your way Next. It's 6 39. Cinnamon scent to sellers. Phil we've got you covered on k y.

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Philadelphia is Extending the Ban on Indoor Dining

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01:18 min | Last month

Philadelphia is Extending the Ban on Indoor Dining

"Officials are extending the ban on indoor dining and other activities considered high risk for spreading covert 19. But K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The officials will allow lower risk activities to resume as scheduled January 4th Thanksgiving surge sent case counts in the city up over 1000 a day and then the numbers are coming down again. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says the impact is still being felt. We did expect. That's what rise after he saw the rise in case counts. That's exactly what's happening now. Doctor Farley reported. 89 new fatalities, he says model suggests that lifting all restrictions would lead to 800 unnecessary deaths in the city by April 1st so the city is taking Hybrid approach, allowing outdoor activities, gyms and museums to resume But postponing the reopening of theaters, casinos, indoor sports and indoor dining people getting together indoors and because they're eating, not worry mass is the risk of setting of all, he says The city is working with restaurants to help them improve ventilation and offering what support it can, he says. The big concern is another holiday Sergent. Christmas and New Year's, which would last until January 15th. So that's the new target for reopening. He urged residents not to get together for the Polities, reminding them the vaccine has brought the end of the pandemic within sight. Pat Lowe became y W NEWS radio

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Optimism about Philadelphia's rebound from COVID-19 recession

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01:19 min | Last month

Optimism about Philadelphia's rebound from COVID-19 recession

"Center city. Philadelphia faces a long, slow recovery. But Panelists said an online seminar last week seemed confident at the comeback is on the horizon. Ky. Deputy City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports Center City saw 11 straight years of job growth wiped out in two months last spring, according to center City District President Paul Levy, and it will not come back anywhere nearly as quickly. But Jack Soul off of Newmark real estate, says there are some strong blocks to build with. For example, Philadelphia's Mel Sixth largest employer in life sciences, see some more life sciences Long Thomas Jefferson University, whether it's new construction, or even some existing buildings Carter center, which are converting some spaces that were created the office. He also says Philadelphia's office concentration in the legal and finance industries air, helping it hold on to tenants, while text centers such as Boston and San Francisco are losing them. But even the city's largest tech employer, Comcast is planning to return to in person office work. Vice president Administration. Deb, you'll says the staff is excited about being able to collaborate again. There's so many teams that are just really anxious to get together. And in general, everybody wants to see their coworkers. The return to office work will be vital to center city's recovery since that's the main source of customers for its retail and service is

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"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:30 min | Last month

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The year. I'm Pat Lobe right now. 49 degrees on the way up to 56. It's 12 01. I'm Michelle Durham living through the covert crisis Well, top FDA officials now say the agency's working quickly to authorize Finster's Corona virus vaccine. The official decision expected in the next day or so, and he would've used tremendous reports. Comes after an advisory panel, which includes a filly Doc endorsed the vaccine for emergency use. It was a 17 to 4 vote. The eyes had it, including Dr Paul off it of Childrens Hospital Philadelphia who explained his decision on K Y W News radio This morning. When you put forward a product like this, it's not because you know everything. You never know everything but certainly was seemed to know enough now to say that the benefits of this vaccine cruelly away any theoretical risk. He trust the clinical trial data of 95% efficacy and safety among the participate. During the meeting. He did express concern that too many people in the U. S would avoid the shot unnecessarily because of what's going on in the UK to healthcare workers. There had severe allergic reactions. They do have a history of having allergies, officials say. But it's not clear what in the vaccine triggered their reaction and offices. More information is needed, and I think we need to look a little more carefully. Just find out whether how real it is and how common it is otherwise finds her in the FDA say people may get mild side effects like fatigue or headache. Two different than what they would get with other vaccines. Tim Jimenez convertible you news radio there. Wolf issued additional covert of restrictions that go into effect in the wee hours of Saturday morning to run.

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Penn to donate $100 million to the School District of Philadelphia for environmental repairs such as asbestos

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01:16 min | 2 months ago

Penn to donate $100 million to the School District of Philadelphia for environmental repairs such as asbestos

"The University of Pennsylvania has pledged to give $10 million a year to the Philadelphia school district. For the next 10 years. That's the largest gift in the school district's history. Cave RW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports of a be used to address environmental issues in school buildings. Pen President Amy Gutman says she sees the total $100 million contribution, having both an immediate impact on student and staff health. And a long term value by enabling the school district in the school board to move forward with the rest of their agenda for education, which you can't do without public health and safety. District spokesperson Monica Lewis is the gift will go a long way to containing lead paint and asbestos, which is present throughout most of the district's 257 schools. Some of which date back to the 19th century. It was very tremendous gift and we're very grateful for 10 Support Council member Helen Gim, a public school advocate. Welcome to the gift and ought to be commended for taking this first step forward but most importantly for focusing its investment on the condition of our schools, says she hopes other nonprofit institutions which don't pay taxes to the district will follow pens lead. The district estimates it would take $4.5 Billion to fully address its capital

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"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Later became President Obama's Ebola's are one of the key Touchstones of what we did during the bull response in 2014 2015 was to what science and expertise drive the response and not let politics drive the response. The president elect is expected to name a number of cabinet positions this month. Philadelphia City commissioner Al Schmidt has been the target of some Twitter rage from President Trump. Okay, Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports that local leaders here are in turn criticizing that tweet. You might not expect to see the progressive District attorney leaping to the aid of the only Republican City commissioner. But in this case, Larry Krasner tweets that maligning the excellent work of elections personnel, including out Schmidt is unacceptable. David Thornburg of the Election watchdog group Committee of 70 has clashed with the commissioner's but also Defense Schmidt. We need to stand up for the integrity of this process, which I'm convinced because we've been very, very close to this is as transparent and well run election as we could have pulled off. Deena Driscoll of the good Government group Fifth Square, adds. We believe Al Smith has done a great job. Schmidt himself declined to comment, saying he was too busy working to get the election results certified, as he earlier told CNN. It's important that we all stay focused on our job, which is counting votes cast on or before Election day by eligible voters, which should not Be controversy slowing down. The effort are a serious of challenges from the Trump campaign to about 1000 mail in ballots, missing dates, addresses or other information on the return envelope. Pat Lobe K y. W NewsRadio 709 hours a Cockney Palmyra Bridge on standby for an opening. Sam has that coming up, Max when and that is most depend on K Y w News radio. We'll get you through it. 10 7 cars.

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 3 months ago

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"Mayor, Jim Kenney imposed a curfew last night that expired in the wee hours this morning, inspired at 6 A.m. open to quell the looting and violence that has rocked the city for the past two nights that might mention then he's also asked the governor to send the National Guard this weekend. The looting follows the police killing of Walter Wallace. But we here now I'm kw City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe officials don't consider it part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic. We're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw as officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism. Comes out across. It's something that we have to balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop the National Guard will arrive Friday. With more coming on Saturday. Police have made 170 arrests, including assault on police officers, Outlaw says officers have been hit with bricks. And what looks like blood. These air folks that are intentional. The one hurt us, but also do everything that they can to try to demean or demoralize us. She says. She doesn't know who they are or how they're being organized

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 3 months ago

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"A curfew last night, which, of course expired at 6 A.m. this morning, hoping to quell the looting and violence that's really rock the city the past couple of nights. He also asked the governor to send the National Guard this weekend. The looting follows the police killing of Walter Wallace, just for you from command of the city. All bureau chief Pat Lobe officials don't consider it part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic, we're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw as officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism that comes out of cost. It's something that we have to balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop the National Guard will arrive Friday. With more coming on Saturday. Police have made 170 arrests, including assault on police officers. Outlaw says officers have been hit with bricks and what looks like blood. These air folks that are intentional. The one hurt us, but also do everything that they can to try to demean or demoralize us. She says. She doesn't know who they are or how they're being organized at City Hall, Pat Lobe Y W. NewsRadio and Body Cam Bridge

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 3 months ago

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"Is expected to be in Philadelphia tomorrow, requested by Mayor Kenny and called in by Governor Wolf. One of the tactics they're using, along with last night's curfew to try to put a stop to the looting and violence following the police killing of Walter Wallace, but is our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe tells US officials don't consider That looting and violence part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic, we're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw. As officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism that comes out of costs. It's something that we have The balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop, the National Guard will arrive Friday with more coming on Saturday at City Hall.

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Philadelphia - Boil Water Advisory Issued For Portion Of Montgomery County After Water Main Break

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Philadelphia - Boil Water Advisory Issued For Portion Of Montgomery County After Water Main Break

"Of this city? Pat Lobe, a. Y W News radio. Part of Montgomery County is under a boil water advisory this morning. A water main break Monday morning caused a drop in pressure and that means water could possibly be contaminated. This effects around 33,000, Pennsylvania, American water customers, potentially affecting 86,000 residents. North town and Bridgeport or part of this adviser, as well as parts of East and West Norton, Upper Mary in Plymouth, Lower Providence, With pain worse, Ester White, Martian perky yeoman townships. Restaurants in these areas must close unless they can provide an alternate source of water. The boil water advisory will remain in

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Philadelphia judge rejects Trump's poll-watcher lawsuit

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia judge rejects Trump's poll-watcher lawsuit

"Has ruled against of the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the cities a satellite election offices. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening counting. A recording of ballots. Bessie says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger, Pat Lobe K Y.

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Judge rejects Trump campaign request for access to Philadelphia voter offices

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Judge rejects Trump campaign request for access to Philadelphia voter offices

"Against the Trump campaign. Denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's new satellite election offices are City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city. The offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or Courting of ballots. Bess, he says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning mail in ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y W News radio. So what poll

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New poll shows COVID-19 had major impact on most Philadelphia residents

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 3 months ago

New poll shows COVID-19 had major impact on most Philadelphia residents

"Than half of us in Philadelphia knows someone who tested positive for covert 19 nearly a quarter know someone who died from the virus. Those were among the new findings in a new survey from the Pew Trusts Philadelphia Research Project. As we hear from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe. The polls sought to measure the pandemics impact on Philadelphians and found it was extensive 90% of City residents say it's had an impact. Two thirds describe it as a major impact, almost half have faced financial challenges from falling behind on bills to having trouble paying for food or medicine. Senior adviser Larry Ical says it confirms what other studies have shown. A lot of the impacts have been felt more heavily by black and Hispanic softens. The poll also Explored police community relations to get a read on opinions about defunding the police a phrase open to interpretation. It asked whether the police force should be reduced. Only 14% of Philadelphians want a smaller police force Only 6% of blacks, one of smaller, the mayor's policy director, Ma reporter says the pole affirms the city's efforts to support residents with food and housing assistance. There's nothing we think immediately we need to do differently. I think we just need to do more all the

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Gov. Wolf increases crowd limits for most of Pennsylvania, but guidelines under review in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Gov. Wolf increases crowd limits for most of Pennsylvania, but guidelines under review in Philadelphia

"Officials declined to commit to the governor's new guidelines on large gatherings based on the size of the gathering place rather than a specific number. Cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. A plan to announce next week whether they'll go along with those new rules. Mayor Kenny says Philadelphia has different issues and challenges than anywhere else in the state. When the governor and folks we're getting pressure from legislators and others to open up Mauritz coming from areas that are experiencing the type of infection that we're experience, and when you're making decisions based on people's health and life and death, you better make sure you're right or at least reasonably right before you jump in. The decision is complicated by a recent rise in new cases where they've been averaging under 100. For two weeks. They're back up to 110 a day with a higher percentage of tests coming back Positive. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says that's cause for concern. The reasons for this increase in case activity is not entirely clear. He says there continue to be clusters near colleges but also among other age groups and in other areas such as the Northeast. As for his own exposure to the virus. Mayor Kenny says he never developed symptoms but remains in quarantine while he awaits the results of his second test, Pat

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"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Steve Tawa. Our top story at 7 31. Philadelphians can begin voting tomorrow in satellite election offices opened that will accept mail in ballots. But voters are warned about placing those ballots and now mandatory secrecy envelopes. W City Hall Bureau treat Pat Lobe reports they may be the object of challenges when counting begins after Election Day. City Commission chair Lisa Daly has already raised the alarm about potential challenges to so called naked ballots. Those that arrive without the inner envelope intended to keep the voter's choice secret. She's urging the state Legislature to remove the requirement for the envelope. But there are other potential mess ups that might get a ballot thrown out. Republican Ward leader Matt Wolf watch the ballot counting after the primary and sent a memo to the state GOP detailing mistakes he saw voters made. There are any number of issues that came up one being the date that was put on it. A lot of people put their date of birth on that which is kind of a jerk. If you don't read the directions thing to do, it's a printed rather than sign If there's information missing, chipping away at Democratic votes in Philadelphia could help Republican State wide. But the city's Democratic Party chair Bob Brady, doesn't seem worried. It's fully left Trump over the account to stop people from voting, and it sounds like they're ready conceded the whole election, looking to figure out ways how they could try to steal it. The ballots come with instructions which will guarantee they're accepted voters, Reed And follow carefully. Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio. If students.

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01:43 min | 4 months ago

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"Pledged to return the U. S to the Paris Accords and Global leadership on climate in Wilmington, Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio, 11 06 and Reign the big concern from slow moving Hurricane Sally eyeing the Gulf Coast from Mississippi. Of Florida. Your CVS is Kenny McCormick, Hurricane Sally. Not exactly speeding toward the Gulf Coast, and the storm has lost some strength down to 85 MPH. But that doesn't mean it won't be dangerous. Correspondent David Beg Note is in Mobile, Alabama. It may have weakened, but the storm surge potential here on mobile is 9 ft. They could get a CZ. Muchas 20 inches of rain. Correspondent Manuel Bohorquez is in Biloxi, Mississippi. Window to evacuate. Some of these low lying areas will begin to close later today, and that includes here, the city of Biloxi declared a state of emergency. Opened of sandbag locations for residents who would like to shore up their property. Some told us that they saw the forecast track and they realize this is not the kind of storm that they want to take any chances with the hurricane is expected to make landfall tomorrow. And this crawling Hurricane Sally is again once threatening historic rainfall in parts of the Gulf Coast. To stay with you would be news radio for continuing coverage back Home Valley Forge National Historic Park seeing your record public use since re opening a few months ago. With covered 19 restrictions in place. The story from Kevin Abuse Marc Abraham. Patent Meds Valley Forge is acting superintendent says the 3500 acre Federal park generally attracts more than two billion visitors a year. But since June they've seen a 20% increase in the number of people coming out to Valley Forge, and most of them are there to use the trails for walking, hiking and cycling. Ben says it's now come.

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02:36 min | 5 months ago

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"Fidelity is Pat Lobe reports. The event was about schools reopening, but questions did cover a wide range of topics. The nominee began with his by now familiar criticism that President Trump has caused this fraud. Start the school year by feeling to take over 19 seriously early in the year when steps could have been taken to avoid it spread. This is a national Emerges after speaking for about 10 minutes. Mr. Biden unexpectedly said he take questions several centred on his upcoming trip to Kenosha, where the police shooting of Jacob Blake has lead to unrest. He said he hoped to bring people together to heal, contending that's not what the president has done. I believe the vast majority of the community at large writ large as well as law enforcement. I want to straighten things out, not inflame things. But this president keeps throwing gasoline on the fire. The Trump campaign responded that Biden should have but didn't call on congressional Democrats to pass $100 billion in aid to fight Cove. It the president has requested. In Wilmington, Pat Lobe can y w NewsRadio In time President Trump visited another Wilmington and swing state, North Carolina today on the 75th anniversary of the end of World War two. His remarks came in Wilmington, about its designation as the first American World War two Heritage City. Mr. Trump praised some of the veterans in the audience in particular one potato 1 97 year old gentlemen. Then he turned it into a dig of his rival Joe Biden. I promised them I would not tell that he's 97 years old. I problems. He's 100% shop is 100% shot by those 78 year old is not so sharp. Both Mr Trump and Mr Biden will commemorate the 19th anniversary of the September 11th attacks in rural Pennsylvania. We're one of the hijacked planes crashed in the fields. It's not immediately clear whether their visits to the memorial and Shanksville will overlap with each other. Whatever you scoreboard sponsored by Rosen Garden roofing schedule, you're free roof estimate at roof, nick dot com. All the fills air, leading with two out in the ninth at the Ballpark three to nothing over the Washington nationals. Jay Bruce goes opposite field for a solo shot. Phil's first baseman Neil Walker, singled to center scoring J T, Real Muto and Jane Sugar and the fourth Zack Wheeler was on the mound for six innings for the Filles after winning seven of eight. Billy's are hoping to make it eight out of nine. All they need is an out there, leading the Nationals three to nothing. At Citizens Bank Park Jam Traffic.

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03:21 min | 5 months ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention will see Joe Biden accept his party's presidential nomination. 81 degrees Sunshine in center city will head down to 64 on this Thursday, August 20th. Good evening. I mean Bush Our top story at six. So one. That's another step toward normalcy, something mayor Kenny says he hopes is a move toward economic recovery is well in Philadelphia as indoor dining is now scheduled to resume in the city on September 8th. Charitably, City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe tells us there will be a lot of rules for restaurants and the rest of us to follow. We will do this three opening very carefully. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says the reopening date is the day after Labor Day for a reason, and that's to avoid holiday crowds. We don't want to start out with a large number of people in one place at a very high risk situation. That's just the start of precautions. Restaurants conserve no more than 25% of their capacity. There can be no tables with more than four seats, and they'll have to be space. So diners Khun stay 6 ft. Away from someone at another table, he says servers will be at the greatest risk must wear masks and face shields. Noncompliance will get the restaurant shut down the doctor, Farley admits there are limits to the city's enforcement ability. We only have so many inspectors and we don't know how many restaurants will choose to do indoor dining, but it may be in the thousands. Doctor Farley says. The city may have to reverse course. If case count start climbing again, as they did just before. An earlier attempt to restart indoor dining last month. Pat Lobe K y W NewsRadio 602 just ahead when the doctor found she becomes the patient. It's after we check traffic and weather on Tuesday and we begin things with Justin Dropkick. No thanks, Lottie in mess in center city. Now in the barn Shoot Expressway, It's westbound. His past Broad street. Five vehicle crashes. The left lane That's block is jammed all the way back to the ramps from 95. So spring Garden Street callow Hill streets and good choices here to get around this delay eastbound on the vine. Just some volume between 76 Broad Street 76 eastbound still slow approaching Girard Avenue. Traffic was temporarily blocked to remove a broken down vehicles. All lanes are open. Just give it a few more minutes. That should break up. Westbound 76 jams due to construction between University Avenue and the vine should express way It's the right lane that is closed. Something going on 95 north approaching Allegheny Avenue can't see through the cameras but a heavy delay developing south bound 95. It's slow in the new construction pattern between A common avenue and bridge street that earlier broken down tractor trailer has finally cleared still slow, though, anyway because of the work zone for 76, the blue rude minor delay south bound right the ramp to get the 95 South Middletown Township, Delaware County, its route one north still jammed approaching 4 52 due to roadwork. In Chester County, Charlestown Township, Charlestown Roadblock near Coldstream Road due to down Poles and wires so you can use route 29 as the alternate Delaware River bridges and good shape in New Jersey's roadwork set up on the turnpike. It's South bound, jammed approaching Exit three Left lane is blocked. 2 95 South bound slows with volume white horse Pike to 42 42 South bound, sluggish between route 1 32 95 Mass Transit is not reporting any major problems. I'm Justin Jobbik and the cable W 24 Hour Traffic Center..

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kept outside Pat Lobe, K Y. W News radio. It's 10 02 The plan for New Jersey schools is on the way, but now we have traffic and weather on the two's Good morning, Sam. Pointy limb silk roads passing through passing storm Central Montgomery and Bucks County over the past hour, So still wet road conditions made and see some standing water here and there. We'll get back Then we understand This is not weather related at all, because it didn't rain here but hunting a valley Welsh road between Washington Lane and Valley Road police of directing around a multi vehicle accident, also in Upper Moreland, a down tree, partly blocking Blair Mill Road at Welsh Road. And it looks like the power saw crew was on the way to take care of that. Where? In Bucks County this is construction up ahead south one at a crawl approaching the sham. Une mall the right lane is closed. Once you're on the turnpike, nothing serious. South 95. Slow up Bridge Street through the narrow construction in the center city. What's off the VON Expressway West. It's pretty busy cross town generally from a CZ you travel between 95 in the approach of the Scougall Expressway. To the surgical eastbound direction and from King oppression. Not that bad. Slow the boulevard down a driver Weston This Kugel Expressway pretty much across from Bear Avenue to under 30th Street left Lane only gets by because they continue. Construction of the major roadways seem to be all right. We get a New jersey checked the 42 freeway north. Not too bad. A couple of bridge issues. We have traffic on the wall, Whip in bridge jammed in both directions because of construction. Now setting up Ben Franklin Bridge heavy on the upside west into Philadelphia because of construction and to Coney Palmyra Bridge slow both ways because of construction one lane each way mass transit on or close to schedule. Okay, Whatever you 24 hour traffic center. I'm Sam Clover. Alright, Sam. Thanks. Now, the five day forecast sponsored by the Hickman friend, Senior Community of Westchester. Here's NBC, 11th Roller meteorologist, Bill Hanley. Good morning. Just what we don't need more rain..

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Were kept outside Pat Lobe, K Y. W News radio. Taito to the new plan for New Jersey schools that stories up after traffic and weather on the twos. Good morning, Sam. Give one to you, Carol Some better news in Chester County, five vehicle accident Over an hour ago. Closing the eastbound, 30 bypassed detour was between airport road and Route 82 heading into Coatesville. We're here to tell you that everything has re open and we're good to go. A lot of people are still bit slow. Through on business 30 which would have been the bailout and detour route so into Coatesville. That's a reason for the extra traffic in town, but in the meantime, get back on the 30 bypass. You're good to go. Everything is open. We go east to this for looking alright. Still problems of Shelton Hand Philadelphia border. Tell them Avenue at 70th Street, east of Old York Road, police directing around an accident. Then we head into town. The eastbound Scougall Expressway is jam from City Avenue T east of Gerard. It's just past the on ramp for Girard Avenue before the stone Arch Over past. We have an accident involving a car and a tractor trailer blocking the right lane. It's been out there for over an hour. Still trying to straighten this thing out right, laying close get over his carefully as you can to the center or left Lane. That's eastbound east of Gerard, the trouble spot westbound. Has already that's backed up from there Vera Avenue to 30 history because the ongoing construction on Ly one lane gets by south on 95 heavies travel between Cotton INGE and Bridge Street. Narrow construction zone, then a heavy issues. Get off of the Girard Avenue exit ramp again. The second narrow construction zone by an expressway Busy cross town, but nothing major. At this point. We go back to the P A turnpike a problem getting off the Northeast extension at the Lansdale exit for the E Z Pass exit. Apparently, the right land is closed cause some flooding, but again some standing water. There's a blocking part of that exit. So just a heads up the New Jersey Pretty good north on the 42 freeways. Okay, as you travel 55 slow merging with the 42 but up in across the bridges were all right mass transit on or close to schedule. The cable W 24 hour traffic center. I'm San Clover. Thank you, Sam. And now the five day forecast, here's NBC 10 1st Alert Meteorologist Bill Hendley. Good morning a little easier to breathe out there right now. Yes,.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"As we experience more changes in weather. I'm Justin. No fans in the stands, but there were plenty of sports to be play Flyers fillies and six years. Also action Cloudy and McGee hit 75 Now on the way down to 74 overnight. Thursday, August 13th. 2020. Good morning. I'm Frank trainer and are tough story of 12. 01 Campaign 2020 on K Y W News radio. Biden Harris, 2020 debuts in Wilmington. The story from K Y W's Lobe eliminated used to you for the first time you're next vice president of States comma Harris. The weird silence that followed. What would have been a huge applause line in normal times underscored the precautions the campaign is taking for covert 19 and made a point of contrast with the Trump administration's response, which both candidates excoriated, blaming it for the economic crash. Harris showed her skill with the singer. He inherited the longest economic expansion in history from Barack Obama and Joe Biden and then like everything else he inherited. He ran it straight into the ground. Having run for the top spot herself, Harris appeared poised and confident. She thanked the women who have paved the way for her to become the first woman of color on a major party ticket. This is a moment of really consequence for America After the speeches, the candidate's spouse is joined them. All four put on masks as they left Pat Lobe K y. W News radio coming up on on one with the Philadelphia district attorney but first at 12 02 time checking with Kyrie Moses for look at traffic in that weather on the tubes. Hi. Well, hey there, Frank. We're still watching this roadwork. We've got out on the school expressway. It's the westbound side. They have the right lane.

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02:18 min | 1 year ago

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"Hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. news radio it's very unusual but all of North Carolina from the mountains to the coast are in for several inches of snow what will be the biggest snowstorm in more than a year is taking aim at North Carolina with warnings and advisories posted in all one hundred counties governor Roy Cooper says major icing is not expected that is good news because that means that the roads will be easier to treat and clear and there shouldn't be any major issues with power outages more than a half a foot of snow could fall in eastern North Carolina including the Outer Banks as well as the Hampton Roads area of southeastern Virginia including Virginia beach and Norfolk Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina we have a partly cloudy sky here at the radio dot com world headquarters in center city thirty four degrees but it feels like just twenty five problems north bound ninety five will catch up with the traffic center next it's seven thirty nine W. newsradio now with the power of the NBC ten first alert forecast team count on it this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help your house feel more like a home with some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped so much that many Americans can reduce their rate you may be able to save money on your monthly mortgage payment right now the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of change a two percent discount rate for conservation commission's equal housing lender lessons of it is it's an analyst over thirty thirty Deborah's home was stolen no I don't mean thieves stole stuff I mean scammers literally stole her home the FBI calls title fast one of the fastest growing white collar crimes in this story is why you need home title lock Dever says criminals found the title to our whole online and filed Friday with documents claiming they owed our home wait it gets worse never goes on to say I was a victim from my own homemade eighty five grand in equity gone nobody believes you can get your whole stolen this easily this is why you need home title lock because no insurance your bag protects your home from title fast first things first go to home.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"City hall Pat lobe KYW newsradio it's six oh to a federal appeals court is out with the ruling on obamacare details coming up after we check traffic and weather on the news and Justin drama kicks off are they slutty in good news traffic once again getting through on the ramp from ninety five south the Columbus Boulevard system of equipment on the ramp from an earlier crash but is backing up the vine eastbound trying to exit for ninety five south but again everything's open again so that should ease up in a few more minutes the rest ninety five busy south bound between Cottman Avenue Gerard in the north bound slows from the pens landing settle up to just past the Betsy Ross bridge seventy six Google express very still generally jammed eastbound between four seventy six Belmont flows again from Gerard Devine westbound still plenty of volume from fair Avenue to the line should expressway and slows again from the approach the Boulevard out to Belmont Avenue in Warminster Bucks county street road blocked in both directions between Davisville road in centennial road let's do a crash when the township it's Germantown play him solid both directions near four seventy six that's due to an accident and then for twenty two west I'm busy with volume from two OO to the past oaks were seventy six the bluebird slugger southbound right around route three north bound still jam between ninety five McDade Boulevard Delaware River bridges quiet New Jersey it's broken down tractor trailer slowing down traffic on two ninety five north approaching the black horse pike it's off to the shoulder about two ninety five generally sluggish between rich thirty eight seventy flows again from the white horse pike to forty two mass transit is on a closed the schedule I'm just a job I can K. with either the twenty four hour traffic center and now the eyewitness weather five day forecast sponsored by Max pulls Ardmore in central city Toyota your CVS threes Kate bilo mainly clear tonight calm and cold with a low of twenty four tomorrow clouds and some sunshine it will be the coldest day of the week with a high of thirty eight degrees and a chilly breeze from the east Friday increasing clouds a high of forty six and that cloud cover is increasing out ahead of our next system which will ride up the coast on Saturday looks like most of it will stay off shore but we will keep it cloudy and chilly at forty four degrees with the chance for a shower in the city and possibly some light rain the farther east you go Sunday will clear it out partly sunny windy again with a high of forty eight degrees Monday is sunny and mild or to start next week for up to fifty three for the high clear sky.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tuned at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio fundraising continues for a foundation named after two members who died when the car slammed into the vehicle they were riding the vehicle they were riding in rather after the twenty nineteen mummers parade Hey why W. John McDevitt reports you organization helps members of the mummers community in need it's called the Palantir furry memorial foundation named after the south Philly string band members killed after a car crashed head on into the vehicle that they were riding in after the two thousand nineteen mummers parade Denny prolong drove junior Joe ferry and ferries fiance Kelly wisely died the foundation race forty thousand dollars over the year James don't io is a board member all the money that is raised will be you know used to take to do good works in that these young people's memories and you know will never forget them one of the good work she says was a donation to help a family pay for loved ones funeral foundation or wants to also award scholarships in the future caps shirts mugs with the Alondra very memorial foundation logo on them are being sold online donations are accepted to more information at okay what have you news radio dot com in South Philadelphia John McDevitt he one of the news radio Japanese authorities have been stunned by news that former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has fled while on bail to Lebanon BBC news reporter Garth Barlow has details Connell skating shouldn't have been able to leave Japan he surrendered his principles it was supposed to us for a course permission to travel so when he unexpectedly arrived in Lebanon Japanese authorities was stoned unless scrambling for instance Joan who has Lebanese and French passports it's not supposed to travel while facing financial misconduct allegations more workers will become eligible tomorrow for overtime pay starting January first the threshold for exempting workers from overtime is raised to thirty five thousand five hundred sixty eight dollars a year former cut off was twenty four thousand six hundred it's expected to make an additional one point three million salaried employees eligible for time and a half after forty hours a week Pennsylvania labor and industry deputy secretary Jennifer Berrier believes most workers will not have to fight for the extra cash important for the most part are pretty cognizant of this overtime rules so I expect most employers will comply it's the first change in federal overtime rules in more than fifteen years Jody steeled for CBS news Pittsburgh still ahead whatever do you think is the most annoying word of the year one of these four to five thank you for your continued support wishes you a safe and happy new year Tom Kelly Sixers.

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We have to do our best as a government to keep it from happening to our own employees and we will do that Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio we check traffic and weather on the two traffic is pretty backed up a couple of spots on ninety five north bound to try to go over the edge art point bridge it's the left lane is blocked there so this is all north of the airport and it's mainly restricted to the bridge itself so just give yourself extra time to get through that also nor the ninety five got a patch of Bali between Cottman and academy south on ninety five whatever wasn't street road with a partially blocked left lane is now completely out of the way southbound on ninety five again you've got traffic jammed up as you approach would able to just pass that center lane is blocked we lived with this yesterday for most of the day so be ready for it east on Woodhaven good getting the ninety five south that's pretty backed up as well normal delay from at Allegheny down to Girard really not terrible in the area however if you're gonna try to go air Mingo that construction is long term and they're getting long term and they're getting a Delaware Avenue still pretty backed up to Google expressway west university of South Street some slow traffic it's also but heavy on the Boulevard on how to Belmont on the Boulevard this is southbound from south of night that a box street watch out looks like the right lane is blocked there even that ramp that goes out to this Google expressway is very slow as well east on this Google getting on it to to your pretty backed up there as well coming through the Conshohocken curve and then into the Gladwin alright we do see a lot of volume something brand new on ninety five south bound though this is gonna be south of four fifty two headed down to the Delaware state line exactly sure with this is yet but we're to find out and let you know in less than ten minutes and the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike southbound at Lansdale we look okay the farther south we've got four miles above East West there's construction in the left lane in the Millie's furniture jam cam in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie reach me is three meteorologist Matt Peterson has your eyewitness weather five day watching for areas of some patchy morning fog but then through the afternoon we will see.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We have to do our best as a government to keep it from happening to our own voice and we will do that Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio thanks to traffic and weather on the choose we start with sand paper and we've got some problems are coming into the north the south on ninety five pretty much the same as we've experienced all morning all this week it's often ninety five were jammed approaching the south a wood haven road the center lane is blocked with the ongoing milling and re paving project and what's happening is it's a yeah east on Woodhaven road really jammed up trying to merge south on I ninety five so here we go again another morning where if I'm I'm sure it's going to be throughout the day the day this going to be a back up now there was a problem within the last couple minutes north on I ninety five approaching wood haven road broken a vehicle in the left lane now cleared out of the way it's a bit slow here but all lanes north on ninety five are open it's getting yourself into center city already some heavy traffic down towards Bridge Street off the vine expressway looks in pretty good shape other major roadways on this to the scrupulous press way west at thirtieth street and some overnight construction in the right lane is long gone I'm not seeing any problem west of this it's busy past city Avenue it's the topic rush east on the Schuylkill expressway busy through Conshohocken and occur within the city limits for all right looks at the clear that construction on city Avenue between monument in Belmont I'm not seeing any problems or serious delay there he a turnpike still a bit slow west bound admission amity leveling construction here running a bit late as they pick that up expect delays yeah on that everything's fine we have an accent Shelton Hamid Chilton Hammond Ogontz avenues let's say it's off to the side of the road which is the caution as you go by at least you can get by good news in New Jersey looking at the meal is furniture jam cam Nova series to lay all the fifty five north start a jam up merging with the forty two freeway up across any of the Delaware River bridges were clear mass transit no reported delays the KYW twenty four hour traffic center I'm set of the eyewitness weather five day forecast a CVS three meteorologist Matt Petersen good morning Matt we are off to yet another muggy start it looks like we have some.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Large by president John bigness be says he shocked that a good day for the city when the police commissioner was on specially one it's been a pretty good working relationship with us and got along well with the community and overall cool guy was a classmate of mine you know if the things we could work out behind the scenes we worked out and it was never personal sublimation make Nesby grise waited with Ross from the police academy and did speak with him briefly by phone and said the commissioner was quiet but normal he says the union would likely have a bit of a say in who they would like as a leader of the police department but he hopes that someone who has the cops back like he said Ross did Kristin Johannsen KYW news radio parking rates will be going up at center city lots owned by the Philadelphia parking authority whose increases approved yesterday's board meeting Hey what about you city hall bureau chief Pat lobe reports the board also approved hiring a private investigator to look into to hacking attempt late last year and early this year there were numerous attempts to get cars out of the parking authorities impoundment lot with fake credit card numbers attorney Dennis will this as it turned out the authority was just part of a larger scheme in the FBI has now taken over the investigation in the meantime he says a new threat arose when a payroll employee was directed to divert a check by an email that seem to be from an authority officials from fortune we have the secret service in here about six months before that to do training on exactly this type of thing and we were specifically trained to actually pick up the phone and call the person make sure they requested it and through that which prevented board also voted to raise rates at seven lots near Jefferson the gallery family court and independence mall by about a dollar an hour Pat lobe KYW newsradio for today you guys to more exports.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"pat lobe k" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the broadcast center in spring garden it's eighty five degrees here we're heading down to seventy one a flash flood warning in effect until eight fifteen with storms moving through on this Wednesday August seventh good evening I me and bush our top story at six OO one Philadelphia union boss John Dougherty was back in federal court today but more as a spectator than anything else Johnny docks co defendants in a federal corruption case are requesting to separate trials instead of one the one of the city hall bureau chief Pat low explains why the government charges the John Dougherty conspired with six others to embezzle funds from electricians local ninety eight the young and he leads it also charges he bribes city councilman Bobby Heenan prosecutors say it's all one case which should be tried at one time because all of the counts in the indictment involve misuse of local ninety eight funds but defense attorney Tom Bergstrom who represents local ninety eight president Brian burrows argued that Burroughs had nothing to do with bribing heat and he isn't even accused of it so trying him and he then together it's improper and might turn the jury against borough we're going to sit there for three weeks well they prove that all that separates prejudicial jury should hear that simple in and also wants his case separate from the others for fear the jury will think he's connected to the embezzlement regardless of how the judge rules Dougherty is charged and would be tried on all that counts so even though it wouldn't affect him a spokesman says he supports their request and thinks it's the right thing to do Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio storms moving through leaving flooding in spots six what's traffic and weather on the tubes we check in with Justin dropping yeah lots going on especially in Delaware County they got hit hardest with the slow moving severe storms so traffic stop one.

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