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"Stolen. But his cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe, reports, officials are trying to reassure voters that it won't affect the presidential election. The city commissioners issued a statement saying the stolen laptop did not have any election material on it and is not able to program files for voting machines. They added, has security features to prevent unauthorized access, and the user account has been disabled. They did not disclose what is on the USB drive, saying they were unable to provide further detail since it's an ongoing police investigation, Mayor Kenny says he committed the police resources necessary to find the perpetrators and enhance security at the warehouse. Both he and the commissioner's insists this hasn't compromised the November 3rd election. A burglary appears to have been carried out about the time that President Donald Trump during a debate with Democratic nominee Joe Biden was casting doubt on the city's election, saying bad things happen in Philadelphia. Commissioners denounced the criticism, and some voters at the city's satellite election offices said it motivated them to vote early. Pat Lobe y W. NewsRadio Republican leadership in the Pennsylvania State House says an oversight committee is necessary for the upcoming election. Because they claim the state Supreme Court's recent decision has injected chaos into the process. But K y W Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel, were reports as they push through the legislation Infusion and Raul emotions are on full display in Harrisburg Republican State. Rep. Garth Ever tear of the State Government Committee and the resolutions prime sponsor says it would create a committee of three Republicans and two Democrats elected by the speaker of the House who would investigate and review the election ever. It says it would only review the election after it ended. But Philadelphia A crap. Malcolm Kenyatta says the resolution doesn't make that clear. We heard the president last night. Say bad things happen in Philadelphia. The reality is bad things are happening in this committee. This is a bad bill that should never have been brought up debate between the two escalated. You should be ashamed of commotion. You can make whatever points you want. You're not going to shut me up to the point ever threatened to call security this this your caucus? Is acting more like a cult and is acting like a caucus. And I'm making personal I am ending my statements there. Kenyatta's motion to table the bill failed endeavor. It refused to amend the resolution to include post certification to clarify the timing. He repeatedly insisted the committee would only be for oversight investigation. The resolution passed committee 15 to 10 now heads to the full House. Jim Millward KOW NewsRadio in an exclusive report, CBS News, says the commission on Presidential debates Is considering new rules for future debates that could include muting microphones. To limit interruptions, CBS News has learned. The commission on Presidential Debates plans to issue strict new rules in the coming days that include cutting off a candidate's microphone. If they violate the rules, the commission is going to spend the next 48 hours determining new guidelines and rules for the next debate. And it will take place in Miami on Thursday, October 15th. Course, The first presidential debate was indeed controversial, and the reviews keep coming in Cabo W. Special contributor. Larry Cane has this commentary. What more can you say about the debate? We all know it was pretty bad. Joe Biden never lost control except for calling Donald Trump a clown. Very unlike Biden Trump was over the top. We're trying to have supporters might like a lot. Biden supporters were like the fact that he emphasized issues were tried, too. But there's something missed by most analyst Moderator asked Donald Trump about comments he made his war against male voted if he loses, was he asking his people to take to the streets? He avoided answering the question, as he did on the question of rejecting white supremacy. As Faras. The chaos don't blame the moderator. There's no moderator in the country who could control that to change that situation of interruptions to commission on debates promised late today to change the format. Of the next two presidential encounters Larry Cane K Y. W NewsRadio, American Airlines and United Airlines say they will for low tens of thousands of employees on Thursday morning. After lawmakers and the White House failed to agree on a broad pandemic relief package that includes more federal aid for airlines. CBS's Chris van Cleve Reports Cove It has devastated the airline business More than 30,000 American United Airlines employees will find themselves out of work Thursday. An industrywide CBS News found about 45,000 could be at risk of furlough or lay off. The airlines are hoping to get an extension of the federal payroll support program. In a matter of days. The payroll support program helped fund airline payrolls in exchange for carriers, maintaining service and agreeing not to make any involuntary job cuts. Both American and United say if a deal is reached to extend the program in the next few days, they will be able to reverse the furloughs. The airlines are lobbying for another $25 billion in taxpayer money to pay workers for six more months through next March. The nation's top drug makers were on Capitol Hill getting grilled over the soaring costs of medication. CBS News is Nancy Chen has more on this key issue. Our American Healthcare Democrat Carolyn Maloney Challenge the.
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
Philadelphia city treasurer Christian Dunbar fired over embezzlement, sham marriage allegations
"Following for you. Philadelphia's treasurer is arrested and given the boot from his position. A wide open your city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe explains. Christian Dunbar became treasure just over a year ago after three years as deputy treasure and five years as a financial advisor at Wells Fargo before that, U. S attorney William McSwain says the charges go backto anyways it Wells Fargo defendant engaged in a scheme to embezzle $15,000 from two different bank customers, McSwain says. Dunbar also married a U. S citizen in 2006, while a student at Temple University on Lee as a route to citizenship, then divorced her in 2016 after becoming a citizen. McSwain says his current wife did the same thing, but neither she nor the alleged jam spouses were charged. A city spokesman says Mayor Kenny was unaware of the investigation. A statement from the mayor says the inspector general will conduct a thorough review of the office to resolve any concerns about transaction storing Dunbar's tenure. Dunbar oversaw hundreds of millions of dollars in bond sales at City Hall, Pat Lobe Y. W News radio, A Helping hand family
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tests negative for coronavirus after exposure, remains in self-quarantine
"To covert 19 and is in quarantine even though he tested negative. Hey, what number you, City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. This disclosure came at the weekly briefing on the virus where the other news was positive. Philadelphia is still seeing fewer than 100. New cases a day in the rate of positive test results remains below 3% important benchmarks, especially considering the reopening of endure dining, some schools and colleges. But Mayor Kenny says his experience shows you can't get complacent, thankful that Philadelphia's face numbers of drop and that we've been able to ease many The restrictions imposed earlier this year, but the virus is still here. We must remain vigilant Can he declined to give details on how he was exposed. The city also reported progress on one of the related issues, trash and recycling collection. Streets. Commissioner Carlton Williams unveiled a new mapping tool that will allow residents to track collections in real time. It shows you win a truck visited the route, the type of trumpets there And the time Williams says it will go live on the city website October 1st Pat Lope Y W News radio on the first day of the U. N. General Assembly,
Philadelphia finishes hiring additional sanitation workers
"Says the new hires are on the street on boarding people turned out to be more difficult process. It's a very arduous process anyway. But Cole was blended another layer to the process warrant, says the temporary workers air, helping both with the increased volume of waste and filling in for workers who are still calling out sick and large numbers. There are Marriott issues with people getting to work with called it staffing. The building baby city issues. A lot of things play into people having to call out from work, So those things are still happening with the new crews, though, warrants his collection of both trash and recycling is on time as of now, and they're being collected separately. For a while, while the city was trying to catch up, recycling was simply being mixed in with trash for right now, we have the resources to return to pretty much a normal collection of recycling rubbish being collected, and it looks for foreseeable future that will be able to maintain that Pat Lobe Y w news radio. You run
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"One Issa temples, Leah quarter center, The Hope is to open them seven days a week. Beginning September. 29th Commission chair Lisa Daly says the goal is to ease anxiety about male and voting voter will actually have contact with election personnel and hopefully that will give them that level of confidence. They need to trust the mail in ballot and to go and have their vote. Kass and their voice heard for November. The proposal was announced one day after the state Supreme Court cleared the way for mail in ballot drop off. Ruling in a suit brought by Democratic State officials. City Committee chair Bob Brady says the ruling should benefit both parties. We fought for everybody's right and it's beyond me how Republicans fight that They don't want people vote. They want to suppress the vote. We call them out on that at City Hall, Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio. A new reality life in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W NewsRadio, sheep easily accessible and easy to use. Covert 19 tests could significantly stem the spread of Corona virus. But AH Harvard researcher who's been pushing for better public health planning, says the federal red tape is thick. Whateveryou suburban bureau chief Jim Mel. What reports Harvard epidemiologist Michael Menace as the primary code 19 test is graded what it's designed for diagnosing illnesses. But, he says with covert 19 By their nature. PCR tests are not so great at identifying people when they're infectious, in many cases, not catching them till after they're contagious. So instead, once the test that will allow me to to test the most people the most frequently if my goal is to use testing as a way to remove people who are infectious from the population, and that's where these rapid auntie gin tests really start to shine. Menace says. There are more rapid test coming out. The FDA bureaucracy is easing a bit. Is there now talking about how to move forward with public health focus testing ministers for test to be Most Effective, The federal government should pick up the tab. We all want to be safe when we walk around, and so by giving our neighbors tests we become safer ministers. Better testing would let a lot more business is reopened. So even a $100 million price tag would be pennies compared to the federal stimulus money that's been paid out because of Cove. It At the suburban bureau Jim MEL WORK KOW NewsRadio breaking News on K Y W NewsRadio. Recap our top story. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87. Ginsberg was a towering women's rights champion who became the court second female justice, the court says Ginsberg died earlier today of complications from pancreatic cancer at her home in Washington. Ginsberg announced in July she was undergoing chemo chemotherapy treatments for lesions on her liver, the latest over several battles with cancer. Ginsberg spent her final years on the bench as the unquestioned leader of the court's liberal wing and became something of a rock star. To her admirers. Young women especially seemed to embrace the court's Jewish grandmother, affectionately calling her the notorious RBG. Just Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was 87 years old. The Philadelphia School board has approved a tax break for the developers of the former Philadelphia EnergySolutions refinery site is Kate would've used Mike DiNardo reports. The recent vote was a reversal of the board's position from last month. Progressive Community members applauded last month when the school board with three no votes failed to sign off on a Keystone Opportunity zone designation for the refinery site. But last night the tax break past seven nothing with one abstention. Board member Maria McColgan pointed out that under a payment in lieu of taxes agreement, Hilco Redevelopment Partners would pay 110% of what it would oh, in real estate taxes. I'm having a hard time understanding the Opposition based on the dollars. I mean, the school district is going to make out much better. Actually. Board member Mallory Fix Lopez last night changed her vote to yes, after Hilco pledged to provide job opportunities to district graduates. But she expressed concerns about the influence of mostly white trade unions. I think it's fundamentally definition of systemic racism, and we have an opportunity with this to make it big change, Mayor Kenny Back the chaos Zedeck zig Nation. Mike Dean order. Okay? What? Beverly News radio. Traffic jammed west on the Scougall. We'll have an update in just a few minutes when we check traffic. It's 809 just the fax none of the noise.
Three flavored cigar companies sue Philadelphia over law restricting sales to kids
"Philadelphia stop sales of candy flavored tobacco two kids last year with law that limited where they could be sold cigar maker suiting June today, City officials and others blasted the lawsuit and the companies Hey, whatever you City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports 18 year old Aidan Gibbs says she'd watched her friend buy $1 packs of candy flavored cigarillo is sold right next to $1 candy bars until her friend was thoroughly addicted. So gives welcome the law that limited sales of the product to adult on Ly stores. Now, she says, she's angry Cigar makers are trying to upend the law during the civil rights movement to be allowed to put products back in black neighborhoods where it all started for my friends. Put them back in black neighborhoods during Cove it with a disregard for the greater risks the disease poses on black people. Councilman Curtis Jones says the products were marketed much more heavily in black and Hispanic neighborhoods, which was one reason he sponsored the bill. He says he'll fight to keep it in place. Sometimes when you go to the school yard and have to deal with a bully doesn't matter what, win or lose, you do have to stand up to the cigar makers did not respond to requests for comment there. Suit alleges the law is overly broad, vaguely worded and preempted by state. A
Philadelphia residents follow mask guidelines, study says
"Finds that Philadelphians they're doing a pretty good job of wearing mass to prevent the spread of coded 19 K Y. W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The health commissioner thinks that's a big reason for recent progress on fighting the virus. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says new covert 19 infections fell to an average of 67 a day last week, the lowest number since the second week of the pandemic. Deaths have fallen to about one a day. He gives credit for this progress to people following advice on mask wearing if you're wearing a mask at all, Thank you very much. The new study shows more than three quarters of people on the city's commercial streets are masked. The study is separate from the Health Department's own research, but had similar findings. Doctor Farley says. One problem. The steady identified is that people don't wear masks correctly over the nose and mouth and consistently Don't pull your mask down to talk to the person next to you when you're talking to the person next to you is when you're most putting out the water droplets as the most important time to have a mask on vector for others is the kind of mask is important to Ben Dana's masks with vows and pulled up T shirts. Don't cut it, Pat
Philadelphia City Council passes public health emergency leave
"Weeks of paid time off. Issues arising from Cove. It 19 here's KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe. The public health emergency leave bill covers employees of businesses with more than 500 workers or very small enterprises, such as gig workers and nannies. If their employers don't already offer paid time off for issues such as quarantining are staying home with sick relatives sponsor Kendra Brooks says it will help thousands of workers protecting these workers is critical to ensuring Say, re opening and eliminating this friend of cold in 19 Council President Darryl Clark introduced an ordinance transferring $10 Million to the Poverty Action Fund, a nonprofit council has helped create to address the city's high poverty rate. The first initiative that will be working on getting people back to work as aggressively as possible council appears destined to hold lots of hearings this fall. Various members called for hearings on using conflict resolution in schools on addressing litter in the wake of covert 19 on gun violence on It's created by a TVs and on the state of the local business economy. A final vote on to police reform measures was put off because both bills were amended. Pat Lowe became Y W. NewsRadio President Trump and Democratic
Philadelphia Increasing Limit On Outdoor Gatherings On Monday
"People beginning Monday. Currently, that limit is 50. We get the latest from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says there is increasing evidence that the virus spreads through the air. So outdoor air movement provides some protection. We have few, if any, reports where it's clear that spread occurred outdoors. We have many examples of spread of the virus indoors, even in very small gatherings. So while outdoor gatherings can expand indoor gatherings remain limited to 25. Also, the city is not going to follow the state guidance that indoor dining can expand to 50% of a restaurant's capacity. On September 21st, the doctor, Farley says. If progress is continuing in October, it may allow the higher capacity then for now, it remains a 25%. He emphasises rules about 6 ft. Of distance in mask wearing applied to all activities, which means those
Philadelphia Leaders Say Homeless Camps Are ‘Untenable'
"Officials are telling protesters to leave their encampments in Fairmount and North Philadelphia. For the district councilman who's who represents both neighborhoods. Those camps can't be shut down fast enough. Okay, one W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe report. Chancel President Darryl Clark sees a paradox in housing advocates occupying land that could transform the quality of life of a black community that has suffered generations of disinvestment. The North Philadelphia and Campen is on the site of a planned $52 million project. It's a supermarket, a health centre and housing issue and cried black lives matter. You know, I kind of think this fits that mold on development that deals with all those disparities that is being built by an African American developer and Campen organizer's argued too much of the land is for parking, and there should be more than 92 units of housing. They have allies on City Council. Freshmen members. Kendra Brooks and Jamie got Ta say they think the encampment should stay. But Clark, who has represented Strict for 20 years. They're blocking a development already long overdue. Having minorities be involved in development and the minority communities have full access to all the things that are in other communities. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio turns
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"The shore. Hopefully, we'll have a few more busy weekends to stretch out the summer season. City Council president Darryl Clark says those protest encampments in his district need to be shut down. Recapping our top story. The deadline for protest encampments to clear out has come and gone. No reports of any forced evictions so far, all that's ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Brandon Brooks. Founder Bark on the editor's desk. For the coffee officials there telling protesters to leave those encampments in north Philadelphia and fat and Fairmount and for the district councilman who represents both neighborhoods. The camps can't be shut down fast enough. One of the new city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe Council president, Darryl Clark, sees a paradox in housing advocates occupying land that could transform the quality of life of a black community that has suffered generations of disinvestment. The North Philadelphia and Campen is on the site of a planned $52 million project that includes a Superman. Arc it a health centre and housing issue. One cried black lives matter, And I kind of think this fits that mold on development that deals with all those disparities that is being built by an African American developer, Encampment organizer's argued too much of the land is for parking, and there should be more than 92 units of housing. They have allies on City Council freshmen members Kendra Brooks and Jamie Gotta say they think the encampment should stay. But Clark, who has represented the district for 20, Years there blocking a development already long overdue. Having minorities be involved in development and a minority communities have full access to all the things that are in other communities. Pat Lobe Y W News radio Well Monday marked the end of the traditional summer tourist season at the Jersey Shore, but Because of the pandemic. Short towns are looking back on the season with a lot of disappointment. Here's K Y W. Xander Kramer, Ocean City's mayor says This was an extremely challenging summer. Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron seconds that Weatherwise fantastic summer But I think businesswise across the way was it was a summer night and took it all like he feels bad for those shops, especially the ones they couldn't even get off their feet. Well, something maybe paid their bills. And then there's some business that just Just open, But the short doesn't just completely closed after Labor Day. Most of the big fall events in Wildwood may be canceled. But Mayor Byron is still hopeful, with schools and offices going remote for the immediate future. People will still fill the town's through this month into October. Giving business is a little extra time to recoup their losses. Crowds won't be is great, but I think that we're gonna have a lot of people down here. Those crowds won't be seeing and hearing a major attraction in the Wild Woods, though the trap cars which usually run roll into September Are already shut down until next year. Andrew Kramer came what have you news Radio? The top ranks in the Rochester, New York Police department are stepping aside the police chief and several of his time deputies, either retiring or giving up their command positions, CBS News correspondent Jurika Duncan reports. It comes days after protests of the death of Daniel prude. We want to make sure that Mr Cruz death changes how we do policing in this city. That was Rochester, New York police chief Laurent Singletary at a press conference on Sunday. Now, just days after being accused of misleading the mayor of Rochester, he's announced his retirement releasing this statement. As a man of integrity. I will not sit idly by while outside entities attempted to story my character. The events over the past week are an attempt to destroy my character and integrity of the mayor says she had not asked Singletary to resign, later said he will remain on the force until the end of the month. 9 19 the case wide open Your scoreboard now sponsored by Rosengarten Roofing is scheduled there for your free roof. Estimate at roof. Nick dot com. The Philly split their double header with the Red Sox yesterday, walking off in the first game, 6 to 5, dropping the 2nd 15 to 2 the countdown to the eagle season, four days in the Bird's general manager pretty excited about his flub. Here's Kate Want W's Dave, you ram. I promise to represent our fans on the road and at home with the same passion and energy that they have. Howie Roseman is looking forward to this season. One which to him has playoff expectations, he told W P. They did not build this team to sit at home in January is going to be a About how we handle adversity. How the team comes together. How the guys step up for injured players. How are death ends up playing and all those things we have to go out? Improve it. Roseman spoke glowingly about his roster and the improved secondary. He feels this team has speed, which it lacked in 2019. When Doug Peterson was on W. E P this week, the head coach chose not to answer the playoff question. But he did say he'd likes where the team currently is One game of the time mentality. That's what that's what I preach to the team and quarterback Carson Wentz said. Sunday. I feel weird with no fans and all of that, but we completely feel like we're in game leak is normal football mode, and hopefully fans can feel that a little bit, You know, watching on Sunday and get back here, little sense of normalcy. Davey ran K Y w News radio. O'Brien's been keeping an eye on opening schedule for the Tacconi Palmyra Bridge will update that coming up next in traffic. It's 9 20. Your community. I.
Philadelphia back on a stable track for new COVID-19 cases as Temple outbreak appears to ease
"Health officials say a covert outbreak in Temple University appears to be getting under control. So they worry about other college campus is here in our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe has the update. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says the number of new cases a temple is going down, as is the percent of positive results from testing, he adds. There's no evidence the virus spread into the community around Temple, but campuses have turned out to be hot spots across the country. And doctor Farley is asking all the cities college is to do what they can to keep students socially. Distant social gatherings appear to be the greatest risk. We continue to hear about parties. They were reported to us by number of students where there's at least one suit who tested positive. So far, the case numbers have been low. Elsewhere, 68 cases at Penn and about 20 each at Drexel in ST Joe's. Overall, the city is back on a stable track with just over 100 new cases a day for the second week. And 90% compliance with mask use in a survey of retail stores. Doctor Farley says he hopes for no spikes associated with indoor dining and he'll be studying the governor's new guidance before deciding if endure. Dining. Khun B. Expanded Pat
PPP Loans Help Nearly 200 Philadelphia Businesses
"Philadelphia businesses would get a crack at cash from the payroll protection program. Says it helped about 200 of those businesses, awarding a total of more than $7 million. Notably City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe has the story. Dr. Santa Coriolis tried to get a P P P loan from two different large banks last spring when no one was coming to his cardiology practice, and it looked like you might have to lay off his six employees. He got nowhere. Then he heard about Linda Stry was almost like a breath of questions. I'll tell you, I was able to very quickly put my education. I was getting very clear. Frequent communications I felt included in the process industry is a community development. Financial institution CEO Everett San says its mission was to support businesses that for various reasons, big banks, including its partner, Goldman Sachs, wouldn't lend. Tio got Nell Stallone's Who got barbers We've got But restaurants we've got doctors, lawyers, accountants going to make sure their team members don't leave tryingto make sure they have enough money to make it through. It was a tiny fraction of the total lending but to customers like Dr Corey Alice met everything to me. Pat Lowe became Y. W NewsRadio, House Democrats will investigate whether the
Eviction protest: 17 arrested after demonstration near Philadelphia City Hall
"Who are blocking access to a Philadelphia courtroom on Thursday were arrested. Okay, y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe tells us they were demonstrating against the resumption of eviction hearings. Small group blocked the entrances at three Penn Square, which also happens to host the district attorney's office until about 12 30 when a large contingent of police Eating bicycle and counterterrorism officers surrounded them and lead them away. One by one till waiting, Policeman, Mayor Jim Kenney says he supports the right to protest. Indeed, he says he agrees no one should be evicted at this time, but says the group went beyond that blocking a courtroom. For people getting into getting out. It's not a party of First Amendment rights, you have to make sure that our institutions to do their business officials say the court won't be taking any new cases, though it was conducting hearings in the window between the expiration of the state eviction moratorium Tuesday and the big Think of the Centers for Disease Control mandated moratorium, the mayor notes. The city has also launched its eviction diversion program, which requires landlords to participate in mediation with tenants who are struggling to pay rent because of covert 19 mediation helps tenants avoid an eviction while also helping landlords avoid vacancies and unit. Turnover costs. At City Hall.
17 protesters arrested outside Philadelphia landlord-tenant court
"Moratorium takes effect tomorrow, three days after the state moratorium and it in that short time frame gap. Philadelphia's landlord tenant court began hearing eviction cases. Ability of City Hall Bureau treat path low reports that prompted a small group of protesters to block the entrances. Earlier today, 17 protesters effectively shut down the court until they were arrested about 12 30 Mayor Jim Kenney says blocking court doors is not covered by the First Amendment. But he does sympathized with the protesters cause I don't think we should addicting people in a little dependent. We want to keep as many people in their apartments in their houses responsible until this plague moves beyond us. The city has Seen a rise in new covert 19 cases this week, according to Health Commissioner Tom Farley. He says that most likely reflects the outbreak at Temple. Most of the new cases involve younger people, He says that's consistent with the rise in cases statewide associated with college reopening, he says it will not affect the resumption of indoor dining on Tuesday, though it may slow reopening other activities. The college associate out Lou show that virus still has potential to come back strong. Both Farley and the mayor praised temples response to the outbreak. Farley advise students to move back Where they were living over the summer to reduce density on a near campus. But he says, to do so carefully to avoid taking it home to family members, Pat Lobe K
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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.
Federal judge says city can 'terminate' Philadelphia encampments
"Encampments remain on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and in North Philadelphia all that despite a federal judge's ruling that Philadelphia can just shut him down. Our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe, explains. Officials. Air trying toe end the encampments without confrontation. Deputy Managing director Eva Gladstein says workers have coast more than 100 of the camps, homeless residents into shelter and are working on creating 1400 new long term housing units. This year. We have spent countless hours talking to camp organizers and residents. We believe we've met the protest camp more than halfway and we just encourage individuals for there. Toe access to services and housing that we're offering. It's not known how many people are left in the camps. But the mayor has emphasized that though he sympathizes with their cause they cannot stay. Neighbors have filed more than 200 complaints. Landlords in the area have mourned tenants to beware of used needles and rats attracted by discarded food,
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"Public health danger that evictions pose during the pandemic, she wrote, is particularly pronounced in Philadelphia, which was facing an eviction crisis even before the emergency began. The eviction moratorium is set to end. On Monday, co sponsor of the Bills. Helen Gim praised the decision, calling it a victory for renters and a call to action for governments to keep families and community stable. Capt. Cho could not be reached for comment. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio It's 10 35. The high school athletics conference that covers a big chunk of books and Montgomery counties has voted to move ahead with fall sports. Here's K Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mellor, the suburban one league voted 21 Toe one with two abstentions to move forward with fall Sports. Plymouth Whitemarsh voted in favour but said they will not have football. Shelton Ham voted against Montgomery County put out its guidance for I school sports Earlier this week, County Commissioner Dr Marcus says they're recommending low to moderate contact. Sports could go ahead, including tennis, golf, soccer, lacrosse field hockey across country, but the recommending against high contact sports like football, water polo rustling in basketball, Arcos says the final decision is up to each district. We will obviously be keeping a very close eye. And should we see transmission in any of those sports, then we would require that they stop. But she says youth leagues have been playing all summer. And while there were cases of exposure, the only documented transmission happened in leagues that had social gatherings at the suburban bureau Jim Mel worked convertible You News Radio and Sylvania State utility regulators have effectively extended a moratorium, preventing utilities from shutting off service to nonpaying customers for three More weeks while the state fights the spread of Corona virus, the four member panel Of two Democrats and two Republicans postpone the vote until September, 17th after deadlocking twice emotions to lift the moratorium over the summer. City government spent more than $200 billion on overtime in the last fiscal year, according to the financial watchdog agency. Pica. Executive director Harvey Rice says it's understandable that OT for police, fire and streets spiked during the civil unrest in June, but I thought it should have been balanced by savings from employees working at home and from better staffing in City Department. That's a concern to us and it's a red flag. City budget director Marissa Waxman says 80% of the overtime was in public safety and overtime constitutes 4% of the budget. So she says, while the city is committed, try to reduce cost she doesn't see overtime is all bad just means to providing services. Philadelphians need services this year, perhaps more than any I can remember, and we're not able does Good at 5 P.m. every day. If we want to get the job, John, like a still thinks it's a problem. It's ordered the city to submit and overtime reduction plan in September and will be monitoring it every month instead of every quarter. 10 37 15 years ago Today, Hurricane Katrina made landfall and slammed into the Gulf states of Mississippi and Louisiana. Even now, 15 years later, those who experienced Katrina including Biloxi, Mississippi resident Laurie Cueva, Rosetti, our emotional as they look back. I just knew that a lot of people had died and We could do anything. Wendell Fraser's home in New Orleans ninth Ward was inundated what a levee was breached benchmarks as you as you walk through the neighborhoods and look around and see what you remember. Pre Katrina Katrina claimed over 1200 lives and caused $125 billion in damage, and Louisiana and Mississippi Jim Krystle. A CBS News Certainly working out of the office could be easier if there was sand between your toes. Many offices shut.
Philadelphia's record overtime costs during pandemic a red flag
"Spent more than $200 million on overtime in the last fiscal year, according to the financial watchdog agency, known by the acronym Picco. They want Ella to City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lowe reports. That's a record high. Executive director Harvey Rice says It's understandable that overtime for police fire and street spike during the civil unrest in June but thought it should have been balanced by savings from employees working at home and from better staffing in city departments. That's a concern to us and it's a red flag. City budget director Marissa Waxman says 80% of the overtime was in public safety and overtime constitutes 4% of the budget. So, she says, while the city is committed to try to reduce costs He doesn't see overtime is all bad, just a means to providing services. Philadelphians need services this year, perhaps more than any I can remember, and we're not able to get at 5 p.m. every day. If we want to get the job, John Pike is still thinks it's a problem. It's order the city to submit an overtime reduction plan in September and will be monitoring at monthly instead of quarterly. Pat Lobe
Philadelphia school board rejects tax breaks for new owner of PES refinery, jeopardizing redevelopment
"The Philadelphia School Board has rejected a plan to give generous tax cuts of the company that is redeveloping the former PS refinery, which was destroyed by an explosion and a fire a year ago. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. This is an unusual move for the board and a setback for the company, the board and before that the school Reform Commission has largely been a rubber stamp for the administration in City Council when it comes to approving Keystone Opportunity Zones, or Ko Z's, in which all state and city taxes are excused as an incentive to building on desire. Herbal areas, But three members drew a line at the new refinery owner Hilco, one of them, Angela MacGyver, said the company does not have a good record of delivering the benefits they promise. Hilco has been a bad partner in other cities. Hil Co vice president Jeremy Grey denied that and explain the cozy was crucial to the massive project. The last person who actually took forever. A project of this magnitude from a master planning perspective was William Penn 338 years ago, four members voted in favour but five yes, votes are needed to approve it. City officials say they're disappointed and will address members concerns and re submit the request.
Philadelphia will let indoor dining to restart
"Have reduced the restaurant scene in Philadelphia to al fresco on Lee this summer, but that all changes soon. Hey, Y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe tells us it's a sign of progress in the pandemic. Starting on September 18th you can dine inside. There's a whole lot of rules. It won't be back to normal By any stretch. The reopening comes with a slew of rules. Restaurants can operate only at 25% capacity with table 6 FT. Apart and parties of no more than four, the city will be enforcing the rules and closed restaurants that don't comply. But there are limits to its capacity, and Mayor Jim Kenney is urging owners to police themselves, but not pushed the envelope. But follow the rules. And actually, those rules have made us safer and have gotten us to this point. So please Beg you to to follow the rules. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says the step is feasible because the city is moving closer to the target's. It's set for new cases even as testing increases because the percentage of tests coming back positive has been falling. So we're very, very close. So in hopes that we will have continued progress, we will allow more activities. In addition to endure dining theaters can re open but with no more than 25 customers who must wear masks at all times, and thus no food or drink allowed. Hat lobe K Y w News radio.
Indoor Dining Returning to Philadelphia Sept. 8, City Says-With Limitations
"Been five months since Philadelphia ordered restaurants closed because of Corona virus. Now reopening date has been set for indoor dining in this city. It does come with a lot of asterisks, our city Hall bureau chief. Whatever these pat lobe is live with the update pen. That's right. Indoor dining can return to Philadelphia, September 8th the day after Labor Day so they don't get overrun by holiday travelers and Merrymakers. But as you say it won't be back to normal By any stretch. The reopening comes with a slew of rules. Restaurants can operate on ly a 25% capacity with tables, 6 FT apart, and parties of no more than four people and the city will be sending inspectors around. There are limits, of course to their enforcement capabilities. A thousands of restaurants could take them up on this. But Mayor Kenny made an impassioned plea with the restaurants to follow the rules. The rules, he says, got us this far. And in fact, this is a sign of improvement in Philadelphia's cove. In 19 situation, the number of cases is trending down again. On one significant statistic. The percentage of tests coming back positive is down to 3%. And S O with that in mind, officials gave the go ahead to indoor dining and also indoor theaters, whether their movie theaters or concert venues, But they will be restricted to 25 people, regardless of their size. Whether it's a small club or Ah Big Stadium no more than 25 people
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"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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"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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"Tipsters. If we're not saying what you are seeing, give us a call to 157 20 for 10 60 in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese. Thank you, Stevie. A lot of showers and thunderstorms in your five day forecast. Here's NBC 11th Alert. Meteorologist Bill Henley. Steamy and potentially stormy weather is going to be with us for several days today, showers and thunderstorms and slow moving storms can produce heavy rainfall. There's a chance of some flash flooding ponding on roadways. Rising creeks and streams. Ah! Flash flood watch in effect until 11 o'clock tonight. You're 90 this afternoon, but showers will drop the temperatures and as the showers taper off this evening, we'll drop into the seventies overnight Tonight. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and McGee and tomorrow mostly cloudy during the day with a repeat of showers and thunderstorms. Downpours are high of 83. And more of the same for Friday. Mostly cloudy, warm, muggy, ah, high of 84 degrees with the chance of downpours, showers and thunderstorms will finally taper off as we start to head into the weekend. There's still a chance of a shower on Saturday, but most of the day will be dry. Partly sunny and 83. A few more clouds, less humid conditions and a high of 81 on Sunday. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley, with the most accurate forecast count on it, and again we have partly cloudy sky. The flash flood watch in effect until 11 o'clock tonight for the region where partly cloudy right now, and we are expecting some severe thunderstorms later on this afternoon. It is 12 05 The Philadelphia Art Commission votes to allow the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue from Marconi Plaza in South Philadelphia. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe,.
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"Of relief to know that something is being done outlaw responded sympathetically I want to acknowledge the pain here in this room as a mother of two sons I don't know what I would do I would be inconsolable at city hall Pat lobe kill white W. news radio I think he was a rapist faces his accuser that's coming up but first we have traffic and weather on the two's here Sam until then we have some traffic now at the Burlington Bristol bridge of rap backing up an opening there couple minutes ago so things are moving once again north township in the Delaware River check out the Delaware River bridges okay Tony palm Meyer is fine so is the Burling and so was the Ben Franklin bridge on Wall within bridge into Philadelphia is heading for south on ninety five got a rush hours backed up generally from bridge down to Girard Avenue into center city Philadelphia north on ninety five nothing too serious now west on the Schuylkill expressway is okay we had an earlier problem twenty six street tunnel just before the westbound Schuylkill expressway pretty serious accident within the hour now out of the way to go for it we're west of this heavy under thirty street on the Boulevard at the Belmont Avenue and then we go east on the Schuylkill expressway heavy through Conshohocken in the curve slow within the city limits Montgomery down to Girard still some problems in the northeast serious accident cop an Avenue at Chris been that's north of Frankford Avenue is several vehicles of all this happen over an hour ago still on the scene direct you around that at Cottman Avenue in on four twenty two busy from oaks on into says the heavy traffic and already some bright sun in your eyes and some spots along the way especially thirty bypass watch he spun around route one three twenty two in New Jersey forty two freeway northbound again fifty five so the fifty five one rap beyond that across any of the other Delaware River bridges were okay mass transit on or close to schedule the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam clover the five day forecast sponsored by Hutchinson plumbing heating cooling and B. C. ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley joining us this morning good morning bill so we have to suffer through another winter like day before we get these beautiful spring like temperatures.
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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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"Bender says they took action right away so even on a cold holiday weekend we dispatched a member of our crew and we will make repairs for the repairs to the neural this coming week president of the Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia freedom fighters Karen esper Jordan says she remembers seeing more as a child growing up in north Philly a lot of people that are still alive that remember Cecil I remember what he's done for this city and what he's done for everybody police are asking anyone with information to call their tip line Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio pharmaceutical company spent more than a million dollars buying Philadelphia doctors meals so they could promote their products okay model you city hall bureau chief Pat lobe reports city blames the kind of marketing for the opioid epidemic doctors are busy people so bringing lunch to their office to talk up a new product may not seem out of the ordinary but health commissioner Thomas Farley says the public should at least know that it's happening what the pharmaceutical companies are doing as far as buying doctors free meal is available open to the public and so we thought we do least publicized that and encourage pharmaceutical companies to stop doing it in court to doctors to stop letting the pharmaceutical sales reps in the door with that hardly blames the tactic for the opioid epidemic which began with doctors over prescribing pain killers based on drug companies claims they were safe and non addictive councilman Cindy bass sponsored a bill that sought to prevent the next addiction crisis by banning the free mail practice in the city but it was defeated she says she hasn't given out I'm certainly still very much interested in legislation.
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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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"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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"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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"The women Pat lobe KYW newsradio last Philadelphia police commissioner to resign under fire Grigor Sam bore after the move bombing along Osage Avenue back in nineteen eighty five we'll have more on the departure of risk rich Ross coming up now to Hey we are still seeing some plenty of construction on the overnight also delays as well if you come in ninety five south bound you have to move far over to the right as soon as you can from street to academy you're gonna find the two left lanes taken out for overnight work a scoop westbound right wing closure between south and the vine expressway at any time now that is going to blossom into a full closure of the west bound but we do during people off of the street level past the station and then back down around once again for twenty two east bound oaks the trooper that has rightly road work in place that's going to stay in overnight PA turnpike westbound coming in towards Valley Forge you've got railing construction to deal with also Leslie taken out eastbound approaching Valley Forge as well in the east bound again as you get past Ben Salem with the right lane gone northeast extension coming north on a mid county that has rightly construction in until five AM take a look at the Millie's furniture jam cam ASEAN some delays on the Boulevard southbound due to right wing construction between broad and fox the delay seems to be staying just for the project itself with pain to a to northbound Phyllis were determined drive you've got overnight construction with flagging cruise in place would be Ben Salem street road both directions between old Lincoln highway in the turnpike slip ramp your gonna find left lane road work with some delays and the bridges to Coney Palmyra bridge also Burlington Bristol you can find link closures with alternating traffic until five AM next update less than ten minutes in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm AT Anderson this weather five day forecast here's C. B. S. three meteorologists the heat advisory remains in effect for the region right through Wednesday night.
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"Morning I'm Jeff ash charity Howard's at the editor's desk three things to know at twelve forty five nine people are hospitalized after lightning strikes the tree to swim club in Bucks county two people are dead after a small twin engine plane crashed just a few miles from new castle county airport Delaware early on Sunday morning and it's hot out there the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for our area looking at several straight days with claims in the nineties good news the humidity won't be as oppressive as it's been recently also in the news Philadelphians aren't shy about sharing their opinions so the Kennedy administration expecting a lot of responses to its second residence survey a wide W. city hall bureau chief Pat lobe reports went online last week and will be up until December the last time the Kennedy administration did a survey it found most residents were dissatisfied with streets department services so the mayor put additional money in the budget for streets policy director Anjali to ninety says the city plans to use the current survey that way again to guide budget and policy priorities were looking forward to seeing what residents have to say about common city services so that includes police fire street services snow removal really there at their quality of life as scientific and random sample of Philadelphia households is being invited by mail to take the survey but any resident over eighteen can go online and answer the same questions their answers will be compared and scientifically blended with the invited participants.
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"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.