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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In State
"Are investigating Pennsylvania's first case of feline Corona virus. Okay, what I will lose Paul Kurtz reports the cat lived in a home outside Harrisburg. And had been in and hole in a home in which people had contracted covert. 19. The 16 year old Cat was diagnosed with Corona virus in early October. After developing mild respiratory symptoms. The animal quickly went downhill, according to state Agriculture Department spokeswoman Shannon Powers. Unfortunately, the cat had to be euthanized. It was in a restaurant distress. And we don't know for certain whether code was the primary cause of death. Investigators are fairly certain as to how it became infected. The cat was in a household with several people who had previously been diagnosed with coven 19, so there was prolonged exposure, Powers says. This case is similar to a handful of other cases across the country in which household pets were infected with Cove. It all had to be put down. I'm Paul
New York couple ordered to face trial for Sesame Place assault of employee, northeast of Philadelphia
"Has ruled on your couple to stand trial for allegedly beating up a sesame place employees this summer. One of you's Paul. Curt says the ruling was made. Despite conflicting testimony. The prosecution's two main witnesses flipped the case on its head, raising questions about who slugged a 17 year old ride operator after a dispute over face coverings. At a preliminary hearing in Levittown, a coworker of the victim told Judge John Kelly Jr that 39 year old try. McCoy jumped a fence and sucker punched the teen from one side as he was being pushed from in front by 31 year old Shakira Bonds, But the ride operator testified that it was bonds who slugged him so hard. She knocked him out and broke his jaw. She's charged with simple assault. While McCoy faces the more serious offense of aggravated assault, Bondsattorney Keith McAndrew says he looks forward to pressing the victim on numerous details of his account. If you look at the criminal complaint, he's acknowledging that he initiated physical contact in this case. He denied it when he was on the stand today, So the stories were changing, even in the courtroom with these witnesses in Levittown on Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News, radio seniors and
Sentenced to Life as a Teen, James Hough, Became the Philly DA’s Artist in Residence
"MURAL ARTS Philadelphia has unveiled its latest project Cable W's Paul Kurtz, reports. A groundbreaking exhibition that's now on display at the D A's office is across from City Hall. It's been quite the life's journey for James Ya Ya Huff, who went from a convicted murderer at the age of 17 to art student at Great Effort Prison at last year. Mural Arts, Philadelphia's inaugural artist in residence at the Da's office. His work features a Siri's of portrait's of former inmates, victims advocates and members of the D A's office. I just want Well to see themselves reflected in the eyes of the fortress. Subjects are went to former empathetic bond amongst each other. Whether we know it or not, we're all justice Impacted. District Attorney Larry Krasner says Housework is a perfect example of the nuanced message that he and other reformers across the country are trying to send. There are no monsters and there are No saints that the criminal justice system right now is built on the cracked foundation of the notion that you either all good or you're all bad. Well, here's the news Almost everybody. Is capable of positive change if they are given the
Members of Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet helped hand out boxes of surplus food in South Philadelphia
"Governor. Wolves cabinet help with September as hunger action Month after a visit to the largest food bank in the Philadelphia reaching Kyi, W's Paul Kurtz has more on the loading dock here until abundances South Philly hub, State Agriculture Secretary Russell Reading and Human Services Secretary Theresa Miller joined the staff and handing out boxes of surplus food to people who operate food banks throughout the region. It was a symbolic show of support for those agencies that have been strained to the limit. Reading says demand for food has doubled its been pretty steady of 500,000 people a week and a year ago. That was 250 Phil Abundance. CEO Laurie Jones says they're now preparing for another surge and all guess some of the unemployment benefits of the supplemental benefits ended. So we started seeing that need go back up again. And so what we're doing here, Phil Abundance We think food banks were doing across the region across the country are really preparing to meet this need at this heightened level for the long haul. The Wolf Administration says charitable donations are not enough to meet that need. It's calling for a 15% increase in funding for the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in South Philadelphia. I'm Paul Kurtz, K
In Philadelphia, postal workers demand funding in next relief package
"Workers Union leaders held a rally with the area politicians yesterday in northern liberties to demand that Congress include funding for the Postal Service in the next pandemic relief package. OK, why W's Paul Kurtz has that story? We are facing an unmitigated disaster. Congressman Brendan Boyle says he believes the Postal Service could go belly up if the Senate doesn't include $25 billion in emergency funding for the agency, Senator McConnell and the Senate Republican leadership and the Whitehouse want to give zero to the Postal Service. They have installed a postmaster general who seems to be doing everything he possibly can to undermine the Postal Service Can prince business agent for the American Postal Workers Union accuses Postmaster General Lewis the joy of playing stall ball slowed the male down. Get customers to be unsatisfied with the service and then selling off the post office. The Postal Service took a huge hit from the pandemic without federal funding. Agency officials say they could run out of money by September. Oil and Democratic colleagues marry gay Scanlin and Dwight Evans say that could have a disastrous impact on the November election. You cannot have vote by mail if you don't have a postal service in Northern Liberties on Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News radio.
In Philadelphia, homeless, unemployed line up around block for food pantry
"New program to feed the homeless and otherwise needy has been gaining a lot of momentum in Philadelphia over the past eight weeks the collaborative effort of nonprofits caterers and philanthropists as we hear from K. Y. W.'s Paul Kurtz forged out of urgent desperation as hundreds of thousands of people hit the unemployment line back in March the initiative known as step up to the plate has grown rapidly according to Broad Street ministry executive director Mike doll L. number two thousand five hundred individuals are getting credit for being prepared by some of our best restaurants and caterers in the region other members of step up to the plate include project home prevention point and the newest partner Simak which just opened a hub outside Francis Scott key elementary school in south Philly C. L. toy when says it didn't take long for word to spread throughout the neighborhood you know we started eleven thirty on a good day they're lined up at ten o'clock and I think one or two days last week the line wrapped around like three you know city blocks most days people can get a full meal on others they can pick up fresh produce and pantry items we got some potatoes onions celery apples you come here every day to get the I mean when I ask a you know when I come from therapy and outcome pants and I see us up in South Philadelphia I'm Paul Kurtz KYW newsradio
CBP seizes counterfeit, unapproved coronavirus PPE, medications
"Customs and border protection officers are dealing with a new type of contraband associated with the pandemic counterfeit and unapproved personal protective equipment and pharmaceuticals K. Y. W. as Paul Kurtz has more the legal products have been coming into Philadelphia and other minute planning cities by air cargo from all over the world since the pandemic hit the U. S. capitol story of you have nefarious organizations that take advantage of times of crisis and this is no different customs and border protection spokesman Steven Sapp says agents have made eighteen seizures since March twenty third more than one thousand three hundred fifty unapproved or counterfeit coronavirus test kits nearly four hundred clearly counterfeit and ninety five respirator masks nearly two thousand five hundred unapproved and potentially counterfeit medicines this together so now in the process of tracking down the people who ordered the products we do know where the products were going to so they are active investigations for many of the eighteen seizures the consequences could be anywhere from a simple civil penalty of several hundred dollars or more to criminal proceedings on Concord's KYW
Philadelphia sports apparel company now producing personal protective equipment for area hospitals
"A Philadelphia sports apparel company switched gears and is now providing personal protective equipment for area hospitals and essential businesses the story from commodities Falkirk sodas founder and CEO John struck back already had the equipment and workforce available in his north Philadelphia factory so it wasn't difficult to make this unexpected private his company is now re purposing unused surgical gowns and filters into one of the most sought after items in the world we passed a couple of local hospitals on and providing us with what is sitting on their shelves were in their inventory and we will remake them into surgical mask he also has enough of his own idle inventory to begin making cloth masks that operation began on Monday as soon as we did that we landed a contract with wa wa to make somewhere between seventy thousand and a hundred thousand Mastro police told houses signed an even bigger deal with a couple of international underwear companies to manufacture about fifty thousand surgical and isolation gallons per week for FEMA I'm Paul Kurtz K. Y. W.
Philadelphia - Growing number of human services workers getting coronavirus
"The corona virus has infected a growing number of workers at Pennsylvania department of Human Services buildings in Philadelphia K. Y. W. as Paul Kurtz reports workers believe the state should have done more early on to prevent this the number of DHS case workers who've tested positive as jump from five to twenty this week in ten of the thirteen district offices that's according to SEIU local six sixty eight the union representing the workers Damon Allen a union member and case workers says the situation has reached a crisis point literally are making the choice not to come to work because they're scared and they want to catch over nineteen for one of these offices he also says workers are frustrated and angry at what they believe has been a lackluster response to safety concerns on the part of the home office we've been asking for mass hand sanitizer wipes for bleach ever since this pandemic of the gun and they have not delivered I mean if the liver to mass on Monday finally after weeks of asking why they haven't delivered anything else a DHS representative says they are aware of nineteen employees who've tested positive not twenty and in a previous statement the agency said that anti bacterial soap sanitizer and cleaning supplies are being ordered for all offices if they become available it's also reminding owners of some DHS buildings about their obligation to properly clean all offices
Labor Dept. To Release Updated Jobs Report
"The labor department will release its monthly jobs report this morning economists believe the government will laws say employers shed about a hundred fifty thousand jobs and that the unemployment rate rose from a half century low of three point five percent to three point nine percent now the jobs figure will vastly understate the magnitude of last month's losses because the government surveyed employers before the heaviest layoffs took place in the past two weeks nearly ten million Americans since applied for unemployment benefits unemployment has rocketed up in Pennsylvania with nearly eight hundred thousand people filing claims since mid March here's K. Y. W.'s Paul Kurtz over the past few weeks traffic on the Philadelphia unemployment project website and Facebook page has heated up like never before but director John Dodd says there's a huge amount of people filing for the first time and trying to get a handle on a crazy New World a lot of people have no idea what's going on and they don't they've never been in that situation before unfortunate status right now not enough the phone phones as busy Thursday on day after day somebody called the governor's office the phone call us find incredible once things settle down and the checks go out in the mail he believes people will like what they see additional six hundred dollars is available which will last between now and July thirty four on top of the regular state unemployment benefits the other thing that's important is self employed people gave workers for the you know what form ten ninety nine workers and people like that will get benefits they will also get the six hundred dollars on top of that along with an additional thirteen weeks of benefits were really happy
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"Paul Kurtz K. Y. W. news radio we've got some heavy rain moving through here at the radio dot com world headquarters in center city forty six right now can paint twenty twenty on KYW newsradio what is in South Carolina beginning to line up after last night's debate in Charleston I know what you we know Joe but most importantly Jill Knowles bus go bite and getting a much needed boost an endorsement from Jim Clyburn top ranking African American in Congress the former V. P. looking for a solid win in south Carolina's front runner Bernie Sanders and billionaire businessman Tom Styrke make inroads in the state if you send me out of South Carolina with the victory there will be no stopping this fifth Washington correspondent major Garrett this is not the place the Biden campaign wanted to find itself in South Carolina this is as close to a desperate situation for a vice president to be in North Carolina holds its key primary Saturday ahead of next week's super Tuesday one fourteen states hold nominating contests stopper K. Y. W. sports sponsored by south desiring bus operators plumbers electricians and more considerate career would settle for more I sent the Philly dot com slash there's Roger it is not been a good week for the Sixers Ben Simmons added definitely with a back injury now joellen beat as an injury issue himself he left Wednesday night's game against the cavs in Cleveland with a left shoulder sprain if you're getting found by cavs center ante Zizic late in the first quarter references he does know if Embiid will play Thursday night against the Knicks I'm really sort of a prisoner to to you know the medical people's information I haven't checked in I just left the team and I'm I'm I'm sure I really am one show and beat early exit proved be a problem the Sixers could not pick up the slack they loosen the Cavaliers Wednesday night one await the ninety four they drop the nineteen twenty one on the road this season twelve Frank Villanova beat St John's of the pavilion Wednesday night the story okay what I'll be set back in Philadelphia whether rotating say John seventy one sixty one for the red storm the sixteen.
A reminder about federal earned income tax credit
"For the Philadelphia department of revenue is trying to hook people up with what could be a lot of money this tax season Hey why W's Paul Kurtz reports an estimated forty five thousand residents are eligible for the earned income tax credit but they just don't apply revenue commissioner Frank Breslin says the average refund in Philly is twenty five hundred dollars and the maximum benefit is more than sixty five hundred Bucks you know with the poverty rate where it is in Philadelphia we know that this money could really be a game changer for a lot of people Breslin's department is partnering with some non profits in the annual campaign to get the word out so that everyone who is eligible can get their cut he says the tax credit program also benefits the city we don't want that money you know left in Washington we really wanted to come here go to our residents help our our local economy you know that's a possible infusion of you know a hundred million dollars into the local economy so it's you know it's really a win all around to qualify you need a minimum income of one dollar the between the age of twenty five and sixty three or have a qualifying child and you need a social security number you can get started that you weren't at Philly dot
Ross and Carrie Meet Nick Little: Homeopathic Lawsuit Edition
"Hello and welcome Ndo no Ross. And Carrie the show where we don't just report on for in science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves Yup when they make claims we show up. So you don't have to. I'm nick little. I'm Carrie. Poppy I as well to nick little. I'm spartacus the lawyers in the room. Thinks on his feet I guess. No we have a special guest today. Nick little welcome tone arising thank you good to be here. I pleasure you met nick in Las Vegas yes at Sei con and then again here in Los Angeles shortly thereafter and and Nick was giving an excellent talk about a fight against homeopathy. But Nick has a very special position as the sole lawyer I am. CF is legal department. Yes yes this is at now center for inquiry. Yeah we talk about CFI every now and then on the show we all talk about the CFI the investigations group wing of that. I've been involved with for many many years and our first episode was recorded at the old. CF I- office and guess what we are now at the new CFI office which is still in La but now on Temple Street yeah come on by visit. There's going to be lectures all kinds of stuff. And that's at least that the old one that's where Kerry and I I met that's right club a club. I'm now co lead of that Book Club. We still meet every month if anybody's in L. A.. And wants to come talk about. Books is trying to get people to your book. I am absolutely the more the Mary Nick. How long have you been working with just over six years? I think it was six years in September that I started. And how did they lure you in. I'd like to give this sort of great story about how you know. I was led by the heart and emotion to the nonprofit world but I'll to law school I worked for a a big law. Firm represented fortune five hundred companies and received obscene paychecks. So doing and probably would of ended up doing that for the rest of my life because the paychecks are really compelling sure I'm syncing regretted and my phone went bankrupt really ooh God which which kind of happens to law firms occasionally and just imploded and through a combination of very weird circumstances and says I was offered another couple of jobs and failed the conflict check because I've done and then I was offered a job and it turned out that it was the law firm that my brother works for in the London office. And they have anti nepotism world. But he's not your nephew. Indeed you know I got. I need a job. I saw advertised that which was an organization. Confess I had never heard of. I was looking for somebody to though I amendment law which was kind of a passion of mine and so I applied without thinking a lot about that and then the more all right look at the organization I was like this is great. And if I don't get out of the big low world now I am never going to do it right. I'm so I took the plunge and I went off from work and I always say that I much prefer my job now to my old job two days a month when eh the first one came into nightly took it back to run Lensey at the time. I think there's a misprint. No zero somewhere. Oh my goodness misplaced. We should probably describe. CFI A little more. The center for inquiry was founded in nineteen seventy six thereabouts By Paul Kurtz and other leading lights of the critical thinking skeptical humanist Atheist Movement you had Isaac Asimov Carl Sagan. I'm James Randi Lot of those types involved early on in it's kind of existed for many years in two parts. You have your council for secular humanism which is all about sort of that humanist side more the philosophy side and then what was originally the committee for skeptical inquiry of claims of the paranormal S. I I just notice I cop yes okay. Not sure I had ever known instead I I may have messed up the CSI part of it because now it's just CSI it's not to be confused with CSI Miami or the other TV shows but it's the committee for skeptical inquiry. I think the original psycho had a different acronym boot good. Yeah so you came in six years ago now. We really brushed past what sounded like a very juicy. You See story what the Hell happened with your firm and what what were your conflicts of interest. This is the real juicy stuff neck. I wish I mean I wish the the foam went bankrupt Tom if they even have. La Office okay and a fell into the problem of expanding too quickly. Okay and have have a Salt Lake City office. I think which never made any money. Okay Mormons elements and they don't do anything wrong. Yeah and what happened with me on conflicts. lex They totally bizarre was had done seven hours work on a huge class action lawsuit that was representing. I can't even remember if we were representing or defending against the dairy farmers of microbes. Like milk price fixing literally did seven billable hours on this house else. Just something I filled in when I had some slow time And we would have to have got a signature to waive the conflict from every single angled member of the plaintiff's class that was like every thousand dairy amazing. CIC probably wasn't going to happen so net could go off from what for another. Solis got it. Wow a milky or story than I thought but not that. Jessie yes. Okay so then you came here. Also Solis but in a good way. Yes yes good solace and you were drawn to the First Amendment side of things so why would cfi what. Why would they be interested in First Amendment Law? Well they advertised the position in this was I was a little concerned about it I they described himself as a secular organization tonight. The first time I read it I thought it said sectarian organizations convinced applying to sort of a Catholic human human rights so tons out so get it did was talking about work and international human rights work and charged site separation law. And if you look at law school everyone takes criminal law classes in everyone takes the constitutional law classes because that Pham on and it's Great. It provides you conversation to talk about in bars some when you walk in lower northern things and then you end up working proofreading some four hundred page contracts for an oil company. Nobody practices what they want to. And everybody goes to law school saying I'm going to be a public defender or I'm going going to be a prosecutor on the. I'm going to work for a nonprofit and no one ever done you end up doing the drywall in the the lawyer industry. Yes and you get rewarded awarded very very nicely for but every lawyer I know they live for that. Pro Bono cases. Yeah I had some great ones arm and gives you a chance to you feel I making the world a better place. Exactly one person at the time you get the cool stories out of at night so many thought. Maybe I will get to do this like all the time. We're on the five percent of the time that my law firm would allow me to work not paid.
Social worker charged with coercing client into prostitution
"Now a former social worker for Delaware County has been charged with human trafficking accused of asking one of our clients to join a prostitution ring he will use Paul Kurtz has the story as a case worker for children and youth services Candice tally was supposed to be helping people in need but in may of twenty seventeen Delco the Ajax goals timer says tally exploited one of her clients after discovering she had a history of prostitution and drug use run this case because the defendant was using her government position and her power that deposition gave her
Eagles Fans Rally for the Birds at Comcast Technology Center
"Eagles rolled out their rally troops today to help fans in center city get hyped up for Sunday's playoff game with the Seattle Seahawks Italy's Paul Kurtz has the story from the Comcast technology center road on by a drum line that pounded out thunderous rhythm optimistic eagles fans poured into the concourse to collect autographs from former players and lots of sweating George Carlin Tenney walked away with the bag filled with freebies I have a bunch of evil sees few magazines I got one for my whole family some good cops some beer koozies a water bottle the it looks pretty endless in here there's a lot of good stuff to give not here today so lot eagles in the hopes are high for this team of wounded warriors many people believe it now reflects the spirit of the city is a sort of a blue collar working class team and the fact that they'll take you know players up off the practice squad and still go out and win I think that says a lot about Donald Peterson team the leadership and Philadelphia now they got all the young players from the practice while playing and they're doing really good we was it's just great to see them playing in the playoffs like this in center city I'm Paul Kurtz KYW news
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"Back when he was in office I have Phillies in giants at citizens bank park and they are in the bottom of the fifth fills up nine to it's mostly sunny eighty seven degrees F. broadcast center in spring garden we're heading down to seventy chance for a thunderstorm on this Thursday August first good afternoon I mean bush our top story at three OO one police and the FBI are poring over surveillance videos they search for two men who tried to rob an armored truck this morning happened at the busy corner of thirty fifth and market okay whatever these Paul Kurtz reports one of the guards fought back what started out as just another day turned into a day that many people will never forget this is definitely the closest I've been to live gunshots Alex Moser owns a sandwich shop near thirty sixth and market about a hundred yards away from where the attempted robbery went down first I thought it was construction but then when I was like six or seven in a row I think it had to be done jobs and then when I poked my head out the door could smell the backfiring and saw a couple people running so figured something something that must happen what happened was two guys dressed in black and wearing ski masks tried to get the drop on an armored car guard about to deposit money into an ATM but the guards partner opened fire on them chief inspector Frank Norris says the suspects drop the satchel and weapons and took off in opposite directions one of the individuals fled on foot eastbound on market the other male enter the car which we believe at least that one additional individual one and its lead northbound on thirty six street that vehicle is described as a maroon.
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"To fourteen counties, including all five in the Delaware valley are under quarantine, and fifteenth may soon be added. Lantern flies were spotted in your county this week for the first time since early may businesses that move products, within and out of quarantine zones have been ordered to obtain permits or face. Stiff fines, one example, is AAA mid Atlantic spokeswoman Kathleen Zinser says service vehicle drivers are told to be vigilant of the service vehicle must be checked thoroughly after each stop. And if the member vehicle is to be towed, that vehicle must also be checked thoroughly prior to telling the vehicle, Andrew flies don't fly very far, but they are very good at hitching rides for that reason. Residents urged to inspect their vehicles and any outdoor items such as bicycles, firewood propane tanks and barbecue grills on Paul Kurtz, KYW, NewsRadio the New York man accused of abusing and assaulting women. Under the cover of a mysterious cult led group as convinced convicted on all charges said the former self help guru created a secret society of sex slaves. They accused him of humiliating and shaming women into having sex. They said he branded some with his initials, and that he started having sex with one follower, when she was just fifteen years old keeping nude photos of his victim in his private study as a trophy, Keith Ranieri, was convicted on all charges of sex, trafficking, racketeering, and child pornography. He could be sentenced to life in prison on John. John, and in Spiro are urgent care centers, make things simple. We let you get ahead by checking in remotely wherever you are just download the my in spirit app, and you can find your.
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"And destructive. Lantern flies back in the news at loves the gorge itself on grapes and stone cold in Birch county, Pennsylvania originally. Now it's all over the place development in the State Department of agriculture keeping an eye on a related quarantine that covers the region along with parts of New Jersey and Delaware as Paul Kurtz, joining us with more on the story of Paul, what do we know? Plus, the fourteen Pennsylvania counties are currently under quarantine, including all five here in the Delaware valley. And I just learned that the lantern fly has been spotted in York county, which is not on the list, but may well be added very soon. I don't really know how quarantine or anything short Radic Haitian will stop the spread of this destructive best. But here's how it works. Any business that moves products, within and out of a quarantine zone must have a permit. State has issued about eight hundred thousand permits so far, I'll give you an example of one company. Triple A spokeswoman says the service drivers are told to thoroughly check the exterior of a vehicle after each stop and AAA members car has to be towed. It too must be looked over beforehand. This is something I didn't know that the landed fly really doesn't use it wings, hop around in the what I hear likes hitch rides to bury widely isn't it? Go ahead. Well, for that reason, people living in or traveling to quarantine zones are supposed to inspect their cars, trucks, and trailers, and kill emphasize hill, any lantern flies. They find they are very destructive as you pointed out. Thank you, Paul Paul Kurtz, with this on reporter's roundup. An auto policy. From state farm gets you collision coverage and this radio ad. From state farm gets you coverage. If this beloved nineties hits..
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"Here's these Paul Kurtz with more state. Agriculture secretary Russell reading says the quarantine has grown as the spotted lantern fly expands its territory. We've gone from a municipality to a county two three two nine two this year, fourteen counties that includes Philadelphia and all surrounding counties. So here's how it works. Any business that moves products, within and out of a quarantine zone must have a permit. Reading says the state has issued about eight hundred thousand of them so far authority. To ask business done. The permitting are moving product across state lines, moving it with the appropriate sort of oversight lantern. Fly has a tendency to latch onto vehicles so people living in or traveling to quarantine zones. And that would be most of us are supposed to inspect their cars, trucks, and trailers, and kill any lantern flies. They find the past has caused a lot of damage since migrating, Pennsylvania from Asia around five years ago. It poses a major threat to vineyards fruit trees and lumber on Paul Kurtz, KYW, NewsRadio subcommittee, listening to witnesses regarding the payment of reparations for slavery, Democrats. Like Representative Sheila jackson-lee of Texas, say the issue should be an easy, one reparations and the idea of this commission should be welcomed by all Americans Republican, Mike Johnson of Louisiana doesn't support HR forty the reason for that. Listen, wait a minute. The, the reason for that is a legal question. The federal government, can't cost usually provide compensation today to a specific racial group, because other members of that group, maybe several generations ago, were discriminated against and treated inhumanely, Bill Raikov, CBS, news, Washington, California utility company is agreed to pay one billion dollars for starting several deadly wildfires calling the move an important first toward orderly. Fair resolution Pacific Gas and electric has agreed to pay fourteen local governments in agencies, one billion dollars tax payers, rebuild their communities more than half of the settlement will pay for damages related to last year's campfire that killed eighty five people with it sound of paradise receiving two hundred seventy million as it was decimated in the Belise. The money also covers destruction from the two thousand fifteen Butte fire in a series of fires in two thousand seventeen that devastated northern California's wine country. I'm Sierra Crawford. A new study shows kids are beginning to slim down the study. Of preschool children, on government food, aid suggests they're reaching ever healthier body. Mass index is after peaking, and twenty ten the CDC says two to four year olds from all Rachel and ethnic groups continue to record statistically significant declines in obesity, the researchers theorize. It's due to the addition of more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to school meals. The results are important because OB's kids often grow up to be obese unhealthy. Adults Vicki Barker, CBS news. It's three twenty. Morning property protected by electric fence sharks cited in water warnings are truly handy. Bridge.
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"Up on vote shy of the hall of fame in two thousand fifteen big Alan supporters are determined to get them over the hump when his name comes up again next year. They believe politics have kept him out at a city hall gathering on Friday. Governor wolf and mayor Kenney spoke of what they called a great injustice to a ballplayer. Who was a head of his time has slurs, epithets thrown at him. Me had to battle not only the opposing pitchers, but sometimes teammates and his own many whites thought athletes, particularly those of color should play the game and shut their mouth, the Yellen campaign is relentlessly driven by Mark froggy Carfax. No a former veteran stadium groundskeeper, who calls Allen, the most productive offensive player from nineteen sixty four through nineteen seventy four better than Hank Aaron Willie Mays, Willie Stargell, Johnny bench famous. Faint. Why isn't this guy? The seventy seven year old Alan is one of only twenty six players to have been named rookie of the year and n VP. I'm Paul Kurtz, KYW NewsRadio the Pennsylvania primaries Tuesday with the Philadelphia mayor's racist city council steak, even had a bigger role as we heard Joe Bryden bringing his headquarters here, but in the nation's capital special, contributed. Larry Kane reports this commentary about how both parties rattled, this is a month of anger at Washington from both parties. The Republican party of the Senate is trying to stop growing protest over the president's warlike, sending a large attack force to the Persian Gulf to keep a check on the rogue regime in Iran, concern was so at the White House. Eva, private freaking the so-called gang of eight leaders from both parties are key house and Senate committees on the democratic side, local members Ricciardi are really upset over the appearance at house leaders are tepid and confused about the party strategy. Force attorney general or to turn over the full Muller report. They're still not gonna full house vote contempt of congress charges against bar who has involved in his role as politics for the president since the constitution is on the line. The other concerns about the lack of strategy against the president's blockage, a White House officials who've been banned from testifying to congress entire crisis involving all three branches of government is far from Larry Kane. KYW NewsRadio remembering Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, who died twenty five years ago, may nineteenth nineteen Ninety-four or project to revitalize the White House started a trend for first ladies to take on major projects. When we came here to find hardly anything of the past in the have, and she's so charmed foreign leaders during an overseas trip that her husband remarked, I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris. That's why university of Virginia historian Barbara Perry sees Jackie Kennedy as a transitional first lady that bridge between more traditional housewives and mothers, and, and more modern first ladies, who are, are fuller political partners with their husbands..
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"Morning on Paul Kurtz. Mike already is at the editor's desk. Pre things to know at eight forty five sponsored by Jetstream airport parking number one chartered military plane arriving from Gitmo in Cuba skit at one hundred feet off a runway and into the Saint John's river in Jacksonville, Florida overnight. The more than one hundred forty people were aboard. But no one was killed about forty thousand runners getting ready for Sundays annual broad street run. And number three. President Trump spent about an hour on the phone with lot of MIR Putin yesterday, they talked about a lot of things but meddling in the potential twenty twenty elections wasn't one of President Trump said he had a positive conversation with Russia's Vladimir Putin about the crisis in Venezuela, nuclear security, North Korea trade and the Russia probe. He says he Putin agreed that Democrats made up now out of a molehill in the Russia broke even as House Democrats on the dish airy committee push for a new deadline on Monday morning for attorney general Bill bar to turnover in unredacted copy of the mullahs report. Steve Dorsey CBS news, the White House riders of sceptres route ten trolley line are going to see some big changes come Monday when a street and track renewal project begins in west Philadelphia. Hey, what about us? Marc Abrahams reports Heather Redfern says buses will be substituted for the trolley during the more than two months job to pull out the old track. And replace it with tracking cased in an insulated rubber boot crews also be working at fifty second in Lancaster avenue to replace the curve, and the switches. Landsdowne and move east to Lancaster Gerard, and it will be in three block increments. And then when those walks are closed, the through lanes will be closed all traffic with the exception of emergency vehicles. Redford says it's going to have an impact on the neighborhoods traversed by the trolley. Right now. The construction hours are scheduled from seven AM to eight PM Monday through Friday one ahead downtown. You'll take the substitute shuttle buses which will run between sixty third and Malvern and thirty third and market and transfer to the route eleven thirteen thirty four or thirty six trolleys into center city Redfern says if all stays on schedule the work should be done by mid to late July market, rooms KYW, NewsRadio eight forty-seven this south is growing more crowded. According to the census bureau, just as it has since nineteen Eighty-one the south continues to see its population numbers pick up with some of the biggest state and county level movement to or from Florida, California or Arizona. The census bureau says Florida continues to welcome the most move ins from other states and regions southern California. Also saw a lot of change with moss. Angeles County tracking the most people moving out and the most moving in and right, smack dab in the middle counties in Texas picked up four. The top ten spots for recent population gains on Jan Johnson. Madonna is being recognized for a lifetime of championing, the LGBTQ community pop icon has been received advocate for change award at Blad thirtieth annual media awards tonight. According to the LGBTQ media advocacy organization, the award those to a person who through their work changed the game for LGBTQ people around the world. It's eight forty eight. When it comes to healthcare. The Trump administration says conscience counts, but the city of San Francisco says conscience is unconstitutional. The president said any healthcare facility receiving federal funding must allow doctors and other medical professionals to opt out of any procedure. They oppose either for religious or moral reasons services. Go city attorney Dennis Herrera says that is unconstitutional because it's the same as denying someone medical care. There are some twenty-five laws on the books that protect religious conscious rights, and San Francisco and other places, however, an employee who wants to opt out of providing certain procedures or medicines can still be made to do. So it was determined. The patient's care would be compromised. I'm Jim Roope. Police say robbery suspect posed as a water department worker to get into a home in grace fairy. And they're hoping that newly released surveillance video, but help identify the man who attacked a woman in her warden street home on April twenty third captains Sekou kimbrel wearing dark clothing consistent with what our utility worker would wear is wearing a vast, you know, roughly. Active as he says, he's the one of the -partment and he says he has to test a sample of the water. She agrees to let him in like most people would do once inside can ever says the guy went to the kitchen fiddled around with a vial of water. And when she turned her back grabbed her butt woman fought back help ground. So he took her cell phone and ran out of the house Kenner says police are highlighting the incident to remind people about a program called be short before you open the door. It's fifty nine degrees and cloudy at the broadcast center Parkway central library host the conference addressing food insecurity in Philadelphia. It's something that can happen to anyone when the rug is pulled out from underneath you. I'm Hadas Kuznits. That's coming up in the next five minutes on k y. Famous. Actress you must travel so much based site for hotel the Hilton dot com. No, no, no, crazy Savin hill.
16 cases of mumps have been reported at Temple University
"More cases of the mumps are being reported at temple university. Here's KYW's, Paul Kurtz. The number of mumps related cases has. Jumped from eleven to seventeen over the past few days. According to Mark the knee temples director of student at employee health. We do expect to see more. Hopefully, it does start to slow down a little bit. But we expect that there are probably some cases out there that we don't know about with it being spring break students who've gone home Denise says the symptoms of mumps are similar to the flu fever chills. Weakness fatigue loss of appetite. But the real telltale symptom for the mumps is swelling of salivary glands around the jaw. So that swelling is really what differentiates the mumps from influenza, plenty of rest fluids and pain relievers are about all you can do to treat the symptoms. But he says it's really important for patients to isolate themselves for about five days to really avoid contact with other people try to stay away from large groups is best for you. Can you can stay in your room? If you do have to have close contact where a mask it's still unclear how the mumps
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"He YWCA Paul Kurtz has his Mike Farrell was just thirty one when he learned he had young onset Parkinson's diagnosis, he refused to accept. I tried to use Irish stubbornness too. To cure it almost I tried to carry on with my life and do everything without change. I tried to power through. But he eventually learned that there's no powering through Parkinson's and faced his condition. Head on with improved medications. Now, fifty two he's running as a democrat for Common Pleas judge in Delaware County and wants to get the word out to voters. I am embracing this what Parkinson's has taught me, is empathy. There's a fundamental understanding you get when you struggle in life of the humanity of situation. A good judge has to have empathy barrel is among nine Democrats running for four trial judge positions in the may primary. I'm Paul Kurtz. KYW NewsRadio twenty-six time for money. News SUNA maker of chocolate milk. Mix might sell a purple colored walnut. And blueberry milk part of Nestle's new embrace of the booming market for vegan food, but I it's gearing up for its biggest push yet into the market. The incredible burger to be introduced under the garden gourmet. In this spring big names like Unilever and Nestle or competing with new companies like beyond meat backed by Bill Gates, and Leonardo Di Caprio I think it's an opportunity that consumers are taking to kind of try to get more of vegetables into their diet. Plus, they're also looking to get more protein in their diet and a plant based burgers seems to meet both of those directions. Beds. Billy Roberts senior analyst for food and drink at Mintel. It's not necessarily a concern about animal welfare or even concerns about the planet. We find that consumers much more interested in their own personal health the millennial generation, especially Nestle says it's plant based business may reach more than a billion dollars in sales.
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"The new system is expected to cost about one hundred twenty five million dollars. Governor wolf has asked the legislature to fund at least half the cost on Paul Kurtz. KYW newsradio. Philadelphia city commission has been crunching the numbers since election day to get some insight into voting patterns KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports it sounded promising trend among young voters Commissioner Al Smith compared voting by age in November to mid turn out in two thousand fourteen younger voters between the age of eighteen and thirty four increased by over one hundred percent over four years ago. Met notes every age group had higher turnouts in four years ago. But for voters fifty to sixty four who always turn out in large numbers the increase was twenty two percent. So they were outvoted this time by the normally tepid eighteen to thirty four year olds they went from being the fewest number of voters broken down by age group to the largest number of voters. Broken down by age group. Smith says an earlier analysis of word turnout leads him to believe younger voters from northern liberties through center city to south Philly where behind the big increases, Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio a minority of Americans got a raise this year. Trend that could backfire on employers survey says sixty two percent of people did not get a pay raise this year. According to bankratEcom doesn't make sense the university of New Orleans business. Professor, Mark Rosa says the economy's doing really well people will voluntarily quitting jobs. No one could find other work. So those are indicators of a booming economy. He adds that employers taking a real risk and not giving raises because the workers will go find jobs. Elsewhere, that's baked into the cake. Dave Cohen CBS news, New Orleans and recapping our top story. President Trump announcing on Twitter that he's appointing office of management and budget director, Mick Mulvaney, as his acting chief of staff correspondent Steven Portnoy on the first challenge Mulvaney, when he assumes the position the immediate challenge for the new acting chief of staff may well be government shutdown. There has been discussion here in Washington of the possibility of an extension of government funding beyond the current December twenty. First deadline may be into the first week of January. Mick Mulvaney, someone who has led.
Neil deGrasse Tyson responds to allegations of sexual misconduct
"And buildings. KYW's? Paul Kurtz has. Is more for the next two months? Competitive bids will be accepted for the initial batch of properties scattered throughout neighborhoods in south Philly and the river awards twenty four vacant lots and to empty buildings. Anyone can apply but Philadelphia redevelopment authority executive director, Gregory Heller says they won't simply sell to the highest bidders. And we evaluate every proposal based on a variety of factors, and one of the factors that we swept project on it's called social impact how the project contributes back to its block neighborhood and community using blight is a key aspect of the agency's long term campaign to unload more than one hundred parcels this first batch of twenty six represents is a concerted effort to tell everybody that we're open for business and that moving forward we're going to be cranking out batches of properties on an ongoing basis. I'm Paul Kurtz, KYW NewsRadio. Texas State Representative is trying to revive a college football rivalry. He's attempting to reunite the longhorns and the aggies house Bill four twelve for the Eighty-six Texas legislature. Calls for the university of Texas and Texas am university to schedule an annual non conference football game on the fourth Thursday Friday or Saturday of November. The Bill says if the proposed law was violated the penalty would be a forfeit of state funds for athletic scholarships or financial aid for football players. Larson says the rivalry has been embedded in Texas football folklore for a century and should live on the two schools. Stop playing each other in football when am left the big twelve for the SEC. Clayton Neville, Dallas.
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"The morning on Paul Kurtz, Quinton client is at the editor's desk. In the news at this hour. Emergency officials say they hope to complete a more careful inspection of thousands of ruined buildings in Mexico Beach, Florida as the search for victims of hurricane Michael continues. Today. The Florida panhandle town was nearly wiped out by the storm which killed at least seventeen people KYW news time ten forty five. Now sports sponsored by septa. Septa key has arrived on septa regional rail zones. Three and four learn more at is up to Philly dot com slash key. Ed, Benkin Europe. We'll start with hockey on the Saturday. Yes, it is hockey season where the flyers played their second home game of the year. It will be this afternoon against Vegas. Now what the injuries to the likes of James in Reims Daikin Nolan. Patrick other players that just got lot mullet to step up, and I have an increased role lot and says he's ready to play a full year. And and. To get more confident. I guess and I think a year in the minors definitely helped to face off today at the center will be at one zero five moving to college football and another busy day with local teams coming up at three thirty in Annapolis. Temple will take on navy look to go foreign three overall and in conference play also today Franklin field. Ben mojos Columbia in an Ivy league matchup wafers, coach rape Yari talked about facing the lions and former Penco Chow acknowle getting a lot of points stat on defense, as it always has been this way to my career pen Columbia's always always a good football game. Kickoff will be at one PM. Also today Villanova's home on the main line a battle James Madison. They will kick off at one coming up three thirty Delaware's owned about Ilan also at three thirty in Happy Valley. Number eight Penn State will play host Michigan state eagles. Now. Enjoy some time off after the one over the giants Thursday night yesterday. Doug Peterson said Jason Peters needs more. Test on his injured. Biceps you also credited lane Johnson for battling through despite an ankle injury. You know, he felt real comfortable through the workout and we felt comfortable, and and just it's a credit to lane badly through it. We have a lot of guys that are beat up and and injured right now that are playing through that. And just a great great testament to him. The eagles will play the Panthers a week from tomorrow at the link today in baseball is gain to between the dodgers and the brewers Milwaukee. I bitch is set for four zero nine. The brewers will have to go up two games to none. Also tonight at his game one of the American League championship series from Fenway park. You'll be between the Red Sox and Astros. The first pitch will be at eight. Oh, nine L the union or off this weekend. But there will be soccer and Chester today. It is the unity Cup final between defending champion Liberia and Ivory Coast. Matches get underway at five o'clock. You can hear the broadcast right here on KYW NewsRadio. While Iberia's defending champ. Ivory Coast won the championship in two thousand sixteen from sports radio ninety four w I p I'm Ed Benkin KYW NewsRadio up next on out of the former US attorney general Eric Holder pay the visit to bang is setting his sights on redrawing state district boaty map, this is among. The most gerrymandered states in the country, I'm Cheri Gregg. And I'll lay out their strategy to end gerrymandering. Remember thinking mom had highs in the back of her head Lakers superpower spotting troubled before it happened..
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"Good morning. I'm Paul Kurtz we have seventy eight degrees with clouds Here at. The broadcast. Center and we are heading up to ninety one today In the news at this hour Protesters who have been calling for an end to Philadelphia's, cooperation with federal immigration enforcement agency known as ice will. Meet with the mayor later today I'm Dan wing I see a giant plume of smoke. And flames in the distance coming towards me it's going to be critical and rapid rates of spread northern California wildfires said to be. Devouring everything in, its path you've helped from wind-whipped fire NATO's blaze has killed one person and apology from the New Jersey radio host who, were in hot water following these comments you new attorney general. Turbine Ma Andrew Kramer counts. Senator Pat. Toomey impressed after meeting President Trump's nominee to the supreme court Brad Kavanagh he had. Nodded will not impose his personal preferences I'm, Steve Taiwa in sports I'm Dave. You ran eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is another, step closer to returning to this, deal I'll breakdown. Day one, a training camp meantime, swing at a high fly ball what are a high, fly ball to rice winning in a high fly balls hit the cross wrecking ball hit, ear to laugh swung on and cross that for the. Phillies last night Cincinnati, and business I'm Steve Potisk from, Bloomberg Amazon's quarterly. Profit breaks, a record despite weaker, than forecast sales and Papa John is suing Papa John's Right now. Futures, markets are higher across the board CBS three meteorologist Matt Peterson it's going. To be a hot and humid Friday with a high. Of. Ninety one we'll look for some thunderstorm activity to develop in the afternoon and evening some of those storms could. Be strong to severe overnight tonight it's mostly cloudy with thunderstorms likely an overnight low of seventy five and then a much nicer weekend in store give you the..
'Smallville' Actress Allison Mack Is Charged With Sex Trafficking
"And actress on the tv show smallville is under arrest on charges of sex trafficking police say the thirty five year old recruited women to a purported self help group in which they were forced to have sex with its leader in videos online actress allison mack and be seen interviewing alleged cult leader keith rainier neary asking him about authenticity in humans existence what do you see as the greatest limitation between men and women in their quest really in a loving and compassionate well the biggest limitation that women have is that they're women lead in albany based group known as nexium it is billed as a self help organization but federal prosecutors say operated more like a cult mac would allegedly pick out women within nexium to be a part of a special female mentorship group those women believed they were getting special teachings from neary but instead they were branded with rene initials and forced to have sex with him mike smells for cbs news new york the television network has given jenkin town native adam goldberg the go ahead for a spin off from his popular television show the goldbergs he's by ws paul kurtz adam goldberg while the shifting the focus from his nineteen eighties dysfunctional family to wash your bottom the nineteen ninety specialty mater penn charter school adam and i go back a long length of atoms former teachers charlie brown his math teacher in sixth grade and then i was his english teacher in eighth grade recent email exchange with goldberg brown found out that the onagain offagain project was given the final thumbs up and that he should definitely watch and he said just wait until we have that spin off and there's a character charlie brown and i'm like what yeah the things back on and there is a charlie brown character get ready brown's expecting his character to get gently roasted but that's okay i will laugh i'll get rid for it at school for sure but i'm my name is charlie brown i get enough of it already i can handle it i'm paul.
In retrial, Bill Cosby’s defense cites ‘money and lots more money’ as accuser’s motivation
"Good morning i'm paul kurtz tim mclaughlin is at the editor's desk in the news at this hour bill cosby's primary accuser lisa constand is set to testify today the median sex assault retrial she accuses cosby of assaulting her at his home in two thousand four several other women have testified that cosby drugged and raped them this check on wall street sponsored by crashproof retirement benefit for market gains and protect from market losses visit crashproof retirement dot com dow.
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"To progress through the ranks and deal with certain issues only day may face you want to motivate people worried rush was one of the first female police officers in this city people were not accepting of women joining at that time to philadelphia police department there were no philadelphia firefighters that were female not even fire rescue they were all male and she had to face several obstacles she says still relevant today very overt sexual harassment overt on welcoming remarks try to not only not help you tried to make you fail now she's pens vice president of public safety and emboldens others to step up you don't want to put people down we put people down to sell phil prophecy they're not gonna succeed kristen johanson kyw newsradio a twelve million dollar federal grant to the city will help bridge and other gap at the schuylkill river trail from center city to southwest philadelphia kyw news steve towel reports the latest portion is known as the christian to cross a cut action according to joseph cerdic president of the schuykill river development corporation it's going to be what will be the lay remaining gap of the schuylkill river trail between center city embarked on his guard or 2000 foot stretch connects christians street to thirty four th street and bartrim's garden use in an elevated track note seven hundred fifty foot long cablestayed bridge pair are allowed to the east side of the river going to have overlooks it'll be really cool the total project cost is about thirty six million dollars funded by the commonwealth the city and the william penn foundation five weeks ago another portion atas softopening nick steadied the trail from the south street bridge to christian street the bartrim's smile portion of the trail opened last spring steve tower kyw newsradio the president of temple university has released the remarks he was unable to make earlier this week at a town hall meeting on a proposed campus football stadium kyw paul kurtz reports angry protesters brought the gathering to an abrupt halt richard anglert had planned.
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"Spring garden light rain going to fifty four overnight to the news at this hour a look at school safety in our region following the shooting of south florida and jim melwert of the suburban bureau on paul kurtz how do we take aim the rough beast that is the opioid epidemic for us attorney for eastern pennsylvania hopes a newlyformed task force will help solve the problem but delaware man is fingered by his friends and his own selfie for allegedly snapping a thumb off a two thousand yearold statue at the franklin institute i'm steve talgua and in sports in college hooves wichita state beat temple in northeastern be trek so flyers returned to action tomorrow night cbs news update he's on shuicide watch nicholas cruised the former student accused in wednesday's high school shooting spree in florida that left seventeen people dead fourteen of them teenagers jerry could dunkin' reports saint eighteen year old nicholas crews didn't appear to have many france former class may vanessa burton says he was a loner but she hung out with him a few times but i just parting things burton says as a kid crews jumped in front of a moving car and he liked to hurt animals she said he was kicked out of at least two schools before being expelled from the marjorie stome in high school which he terrorized on valentine's day cruisers been described as having serious mental health issues attorney general jeff sessions has it's time we do more to identify such problem before there is violence intersection of mental health in criminality and violence and to identify weekends how we can stop people before these heinous crimes occur cbs news update i'm jim chenevey he was wsb news time is 132 time for traffic and transit on the twos well taking a look at our amelie's furniture jam cams it's the styles that you law for less there.
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"The officers bullets filled jones about fifty feet from where his gun was found protest leader isaac gardener believes what happened warrants murder charges against the officer filed by the state attorney general also perot there's a wakeup call worker from it so you better make the right these ian bush kyw newsradio a judge industrials down as order to cousin silva over for trial in connection with the murders of four young men this summer k y w paul kurtz reports cosmo denardo who previously confessed to murdering all four men waved his preliminary hearing through a video link from prison in testimony at sean kratsa's hearing detective martin mcdonough recalled kratz describing the killings as a massacre and insisting that he's third idly by as his cousin killed three of the victims on his sole berry farm burned the bodies in a huge metal cooker and buried them defense attorney craig pen glaze hence that crafts may not have been physically capable of taking part we know that my client was severely injured prior to the killings in this case we don't know the extent of that injury or what that would have made him capable of doing it this time testimony also revealed that croats and denardo went to philly for chief stakes after the killings both men face arraignments on october six industrial town i'm paul kurtz kyw newsradio well it slammed parts of the caribbean and hourquet norma's barreling toward florida military shift from france britain and the netherlands had been dispatched to devastated caribbean islands where hurricane erma left at least ten people dead and a huge amount of destruction the category five storm is on a path toward florida and governor rick scott wants people to follow evacuation orders riviera in very aggressive in our preparation for the storm and every floridian should take this seriously and be aggressive to protect your family possessions can be replaced your family cannot be replaced people have clogged airports and roads leaving florida cbs's jeff glory miami the biggest threat here in miami is not the rain as you saw in houston with harvey it is the wind speed and the storm surge on a storm surges the most difficult thing the predict farther off the coast for obama could hit early next week states of emergency have already been declared in georgia and the.
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"Comparable to jacks on paul kurtz kyw news radio now the eyewitness weather five day forecast its sponsored by queen appliance they get the very latest on this weekend weather cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger a good morning good morning to you land you know it's pretty dreary out there we definitely have a lot of clouds out over had you should see at least a little bit of sunshine let's i'm here today but generally scattered showers the thunderstorms is the call for the rest of the day as wells these clouds but we still even despite the cloud cover should warm up pretty nicely here up to about eighty three degrees tonight also shower thunderstorm into carts dropping to seventy one and tomorrow same idea here with a mainly cloudy sky a spotty shower a thunderstorm along the way not a washout by still a bit allow whether to track the high eighty five by this plight and come sunday for father's day it's looking pretty see me not only is at high humidity should be pretty high this is all building in advance of a cold front that passes into our upcoming monday father's day backing it up some sunshine in again you'll see a spotty shower or thunder storm and you'll just need to keep your ears part for thunder about once more don't cancel you're at our plans over this the high again ninety degrees come monday though showers and a heavier thunder cerebal rumble through generally looking look that'll happen during the daylight hours right now let you know thatcher change but the high hits eighty six on monday probably a good idea to keep the umbrella handy there by tuesday and nice and welldeserved break it still warm up to eighty six but a lot less humid for us clouds began to break for some sunshine at the moment broadcast center in spring garden silk just a low clouds overhead at grey sky at sixty nine degrees will eventually hit eighty three reporting live at your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio kyw news time don't miss piazza acura summer sales event featuring great leases on all two thousand.
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"Door constantly and it was a beautiful changing times demographics and age have worn jacks and the much nick brothers down eddie will continue running a catering operation but this will be out of the buck hotel and fees develop allen much next says he's going to spend all his time now with his family and as for a long time loyal customers are scrambling to find a new place to eat live in northeast philly on paul kurtz kyw newsradio now the eyewitness weather five day forecast details live from cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger with looks like it's going downhill just in time for the weekend yes it is you know i i think for the most part that lend that we can expect at least to see some sunshine into the weekend so that's helpful but yes there is some unsettled weather to track here too today tomorrow and sunday today really at any polling to a big you could see a shower if not a rumble of thunder but especially in the mid day as thinks continue to come in a more focus outlooks is how that'll be the timing on the most of the wet weather least most widespread but even sell at scattered in nature are high hits a warm seasonable eighty three degrees lear on tonight still in iceland shower storm dennis 71 tomorrow and father's day sunday looking steamy are we hit eighty five tomorrow with some clouds grant it but i think you'll see at least some sun as well but a spotty shower thunderstorm mainly in the pm timeframe father's day looks very similar but it is even hotter up to ninety for the holiday and then come monday all this looks to me like it'll still end up being the let us say the pat because it was a very potent cold front that's going to be crossing three through the day and toward evening right now looks like to be the timing heavier rain and thunderstorms will be rambling on in a head of that front by high eighty six.
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"End the bill cosby sex assault trial spent four hours deliberating yesterday if it ended against and sign o'clock this morning dave asked to have about forty five minutes of bill cosby depositied read back to them first thing this morning that a few hours later they cannot to ask for clarification on the death the nation of one of the charges here's ken would it be suburban bureau chief jim our cheerios to judge the defined without knowledge it's a complained in the aggravated indecent assault charge that involves drugging a victim but the judge told them that definition of the laws all he can offer and it's up to the jurors how they interpret it some jurors looked frustrated or shook their heads as they filed out of the courtroom defense attorney henri hillis lot involved in the cosby case but with over twenty years in criminal law on both sides says waiting for a jury suggestion game and there's a tendency to try to read into everything a certain question that the jury asked what does it mean which way or the leaning but the reality is never know with the verse going to be until the jury announces it and open court cosby's accuser andrea constant says calgary total the pills he was offering were herbal but she says he molested her after she was unable to speaker push him away cosby is defense maintains the pills were been drill and it was consensual and norristown jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw news time 404 attorney general jeff sessions is facing questioning now from the senate intelligence committee with mourners testimonies covering this for us what are these paul kurtz joining us live scurrilous and false accusations of pauling detestable lies at just a couple of ways jeff sessions described the allegations that have been levelled against them the attorney general gave a fiery opening statement today in which he denied colluding with russian officials to interfere in last november's election these fault false attacks the innuendos the leaks you can be sure will not intimidate me in fact these events have only strengthened my resolve to fulfill my duty my duty to reduce crime to support federal state and local law enforcement officers who work on us streets everyday sessions also.