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"peter thorne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Unfortunately, it'll be months before the U. S achieves any level of herd immunity, so health officials continue to plead with everyone to continue taking pandemic Safety precautions. Deaths in the U. S top 300,000 today for the first time as the nation continues to struggle under a crushing wave of new cases. Just as the vaccine arrives in New York City's door, the specter of another full shutdown looms large. Mayor de Blasio indicated that shutting down indoor dining is the tip of the iceberg. The governor said in the New York Times interview over the weekend that we should prepare for the possibility of a full shutdown. I agree with that. His honor says infection rates are rising, he says. December and January will be very tough. Even as the vaccine arrives in the five boroughs. He was very moved as a critical care nurse received the first shot. I'm floating on air today, Let me tell you five city hospitals will get the vaccine today it will be given to frontline medical workers than nursing home residents and staff over the next few weeks. Julia Papa 10 10 wins. News wins news Time 407 A cramps jail could present the perfect breeding ground for a Corona virus outbreak at a local member of Congress claims they're not taking property. Cautions at Rikers Island Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortese tells the daily News that the jail is operating at 96% capacity without covert compatible air filtration systems, and she was contacted by two inmates who say they weren't able to wash their hands regularly. She also claims that a letter she sent to the Department of Correction about it was unanswered until the press started asking Congresswoman points out that inmates it Rikers air, only accused of a crime not convicted and none have been quote sentenced to death by a deadly virus. The D. O C. Has now released a statement, Deputy Commissioner for Public Information Peter Thorne, saying the safety and health of those who live and work in their facilities is their first priority and that there is comprehensive testing and social distancing in place. He says the D. O. C will continue to adapt the challenges to the challenges created by the pandemic to prevent the spread of the virus. Ah, flags flying at half staff in Connecticut today while the citizens of New Town hold virtual vigils and services. It was exactly eight years ago today that a deranged gunman went on a rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School, killing 26 people, including 21st graders. Joe Biden was vice president. At the time. When the Connecticut school massacre happened. He called out the thout. He called for out the thousands of lives lost every year in the U. S to gun violence, and he praised the sandy hook Families for speaking out for common sense. Gun reforms..
"peter thorne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"What gripping television? Wow! A beacon of hope in humanity. I'm so excited that I'm not getting any of the sleep I normally don't get and they can't get enough of him right now. I'm more sour dough than man at this point is that way, I always want to poke your belly to hear you giggle. Late show with Stephen Colbert weeknights on CBS. 36 degrees going down to 31 in midtown. Twenties in the outer suburbs, so watch out for slick spots wins news time. 3 48 Police in New Yorker investigating the explosion that rocked a minivan parked on Johnson Avenue just after midnight, a blast big enough to damage nearby cars and a church. A man inside the vehicle was injured and taken to university hospital. No word on his condition. City officials there say there were propane tanks inside the minivan. But the cause of the explosion is not clear yet. Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez is stepping into the fray about whether detainees at Rikers or being sufficiently protected from the coronavirus, she says her office has gotten calls from people at the jail who say they're being put at risk. There's poor ventilation. Lack of health care resource is and not even enough soap. Ocasio Cortez is asking the Department of Correction to respond to the allegations, pointing out that many of the detainees at Rikers haven't been convicted of a crime and quote none of the detained individuals were sentenced to death by a deadly virus. Rikers is in her district. In response, Deputy Commissioner for Public Information Peter Thorne told 10 10 wins quote The safety and health of those who work and live in our facilities is our first priority. We will continue to adapt to the challenges created by the pandemic to prevent the spread of the virus. Wins news time. 3 50 Native American groups and advocates are thanking Cleveland's Major League baseball team, which finally left the name Indians in the history books, saying it's time Cleveland on her, Paul Dolan said After months of internal discussions and meetings with groups, including Native Americans, the American League franchise has decided to get rid of its nickname. However, the switch will not take place in 2021. The team will be called the Indians until a new name is chosen and an exclusive interview with The Associated Press. Dolan said. Quote The name is no longer acceptable in our world as Cleveland considers options for names, Dolan said Tribe, which has been a popular nickname for the club for decades, has been ruled out. I'm Shelly Adler around the country. The 538 members of the Electoral College have been meeting today, formally casting their ballots for president. So far no surprises as electors in most states have already voted Pennsylvania went to buy in Ohio Point to President Trump. The last state were electors Will vote will be Hawaii around 7 P.m. Eastern and the president elect will be giving an address tonight. As we hear from correspondent Nicole Killian tell Paige to president like Joe Biden and say it's an important day as he prepares to address the nation on the Electoral College. Campaign manager Jen O'Malley. Dillon credits his 306 votes to rebuilding the blue wall in the Midwest and flipping states like Arizona and Georgia, where Mr Biden will stump for Democratic Senate candidates. Tuesday wins news time 3 51 Traffic and transit on the ones. Here's Greg Rice. Well, something new every day, South bound side of the New Jersey Turnpike. It looks like a construction crane caught fire. So right now, South and New Jersey Turnpike truck lanes and interchange 12, You've got the right lane knocked out as they try to figure out how to get rid of a fire on a construction crane and as they do South bound car, but mainly truck lanes are an absolute mess from the Gospels Bridge down to Interchange 12 Garden State Parkway. If he can you sure that's much better and route to Woodbridge North Down Garden State Parkway That'll slow down getting up towards the area of exit. 1 45. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. City bound side of the George Washington Bridge could go now to the upper and lower. Nothing easy out with West Side the least bad Lincoln Tunnel. It's about 10 minutes into this point, out downside of Lincoln, 15 to 20. Also about 20 minutes out of the Holland inbound Holland No more than 10 minutes South and Meadowbrook has mostly thinned out coming down to the southern state following an early erect You're not going to do any better any longer on the South Better want so as that is a bit sluggish into the Southern states South and Seaford, Oyster Bay. The best of what's left Coming south bound through.
"peter thorne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The protest first of all second Bond Street Brooklyn there is still a sing along Fulton and Marcy there's a teacher and still going on traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen I'm Gloria top on ten ten wins the NYPD has announced an investigation by internal affairs after a video surfaced showing officers using an apparent bandit chokehold on a man this morning in queens for more on the story we go live now to ten ten was reporter some at the leap and Samantha yeah well this incident happened around almost nine o'clock this morning on the boardwalk in Rockaway beach police say they were being counted a thirty five year old man acting a radic ands tried to arrest him but he resisted arrest by people who are in need this man took video and it showed one of the officers including Batman in an apparent so cold they try to get the officer off of him and finally another officer pulls him off but the man had already passed out he was taken to the hospital with other injuries charges are pending against that man his lawyer says he hopes the third drop but meanwhile this officer is been suspended without pay as you mentioned following this internal affairs investigation but the video is very telling in people here hi in the Rockaways say it was very disturbing and reminiscent of course of what happens with North Korea and then for the first ten ten wins and Russell we must use time at seven oh three well the revival of New York City following our long pandemic induced pause takes another step forward tomorrow with phase two re opening beginning in the city once again new Yorkers can shop indoors get a hair cut and sign outside of bars and restaurants in the five boroughs him from cobble hill is ready to go back as long as it looks safe I'm ready to go into stores that they keep social distancing within the store and I'm ready to and people wearing masks and I'm not ready to eat inside reviewed outside outdoor dining if the tables are too close but we'll businesses follow the rules in other parts of the state already in phase two particularly the Hamptons governor Cuomo says there were widespread restaurant violations Williams from Boerum hill says she will probably stick to take out not outdoor dining as tempting as that is thank there's not much to do for me because like it was my senior year this year and I missed out on a lot and so I don't really excited to see my friends that many new Yorkers now weighing the risks of returning to a more normal life Roger stern ten ten wins in dumbo all the news about coronavirus cases across the state continues to be good governor Cuomo announcing today that less than one percent of the state's latest coping nineteen tests came back positive there were fifteen new deaths reported statewide a long island's Suffolk County executive Bellone share some good news as well today I can say I'm very happy to report that for the first time since March twenty second we are below one hundred people are hospitalized with Kobe nineteen in Suffolk County that is a real milestone for us Long Island begin stage three re opening this Wednesday one day after the mid Hudson region health officials hope everyone remembers that the re openings do not mean anything goes social distancing a mask wearing is supposed to continue along with capacity limits in order to prevent a second wave of the pandemic here in New York ten ten wins accu weather calling for a low of seventy tonight partly cloudy and humid another sticky day tomorrow with some sun eight times and hot high eighty nine which news time seven oh five the state of Florida now expected to reach a hundred thousand confirmed cases of coping nineteen sometime tomorrow Florida governor Ron DeSantis has refused to require master's social distancing so more Kansas cities and counties in the state are taking action masks now required for both patrons and business employees in the two most populated counties of Broward and Miami Dade they join Orange County including Orlando Tampa St Petersburg and the keys which announced mask orders late last week and in fort Lauderdale several restaurants fine for breaking covert nineteen regulations James Thomas a co owner of PSA Tallia says he was given a warning warning was that there wasn't enough social distancing happening at our at our office building more than thirty one hundred people in Florida have died from covert nineteen since the pandemic began I seem to be driving the searching case numbers in places that were early to reopen like Florida as well as Texas and Arizona health officials say it's because so many of them are not socially distancing in Mississippi in fact recent case clusters are being blamed on fraternity rush parties an inmate at reikers island has been caught trying to break out of the jail if officials say just days after that same prisoner made a previous escape attempt the thirty seven year old man reportedly scaled a wall and got on top of a roof this morning but a statement from deputy commissioner of public information Peter Thorne says he was quickly apprehended and returned to custody thorn goes on to say that there will be a media staff suspensions if warranted this is the same guy who tried to break out of Ryker's island on Thursday authorities say it even made it into the water before being drafted by correction officers that's in Congress will reportedly here this week for the powerful U. S. attorney who left his job Saturday after unusual standoff with the trump administration house Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler said today that he expects Geoffrey Berman to testify before his committee this week Berman was the top federal prosecutor in New York and had been having several investigations involving associates of president trump until Attorney General William Barr announced Friday that Berman had resigned that led to a contentious back and forth with Berman claiming he had not stepped down and would not leave his post while president trump claimed he had nothing to do with that senator Chuck Schumer says Congress will definitely be investigating why did.
"peter thorne" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report
"Another week doc another sustainable futures report but still the same anthony day well a week old moore s same it's friday the eight of amber soon be christmas simply the general election but i'm going to try not to talk about that i call this episode it's late the venue think but really it's later than you want to think we've had warnings for years about the climate crisis but as a global population we've been postponing uh spawning serious action now at the eleventh hour plus fifty nine minutes that has the world scientists warning of a climate emergency this one is serious as if the others weren't in other news i'll be talking about the moratorium on fracking a citizen's assembly and you know mine smog in delhi why trump may pull federal aid funds from california fis ends why it could be at the end of the runway for some private planes and why you may need more than ways in dublin finally dr matt winning tells us about his work as a climate researcher on his other life as a stand up comedian soori this week week as the alliance of world scientists AWS which has issued a climate emergency warning the AWS is a new international assembly scientists which is independent of governmental and non-governmental organizations and corporations it clamps twenty three thousand members across a hundred and eighty countries is the opening part of that statement we scientists have a moral obligation to clearly nearly one humanity of any catastrophic threat in this paper we present a suite of graphical vital signs of climate change over the last forty years results show greenhouse gas emissions are still rising with increasingly damaging effects with few exceptions we allow failing to address arrest this predicament the climate crisis has arrived and is accelerating faster than many scientists expected it is more severe bhanot threatening natural ecosystems and the fate of humanity we suggest six critical and interrelated steps that governments comments and the rest of humanity can take to lessen the effects of climate change covering energy short-lived pollutants natsha zsa food economy and population mitigating adapting to climate change and tiles transformations things in the ways we govern manage feet and fulfill material an energy requirements we are encouraged by recent global surge of concern government bodies or making climate emergency declarations the pope issued an encyclical on climate change school children are striking eko side lawsuits preceding the colts grassroots citizen movements demanding change as scientists cysts we urge widespread use of vital signs and anticipate the graphical indicators will better allow policymakers and the public to understand on the magnitude of this crisis track progress and realign priorities to alleviate climate change the good news is that such it's transformative change with social and ecological justice promises greater human wellbeing in the long run and business as usual we believe that prospects will be greatest if policymakers and the rest of humanity promptly responded to our warning and declaration of climate emergency an act to sustain life on planet earth out only home a link to the full text of that papa- is on the blog which you'll remember is sustainable futures dot report this week of course is when president trump's america begins the process of withdrawing the country from the paris climate change agreement out in eighty eight countries signed up but the world's olds largest emitter has decided to leave because compliance punishes the united states in other news the big news in the u. k. is a moratorium on fracking this brings england in line with scotland wales france and many other countries across the world it is however a moratorium not a total ban so if the present government where reelected they could allow frankie to restart fracking is highly unpopular in the areas where exploratory drillings have taken place on the sites of me beset by determined civil protests opponents are concerned that fracking will release dangerous levels of methane and water used in the operations will contaminate drinking water tracking produces natural gas a. fossil fuel at a time when every effort is being made to phase fossil fuels out in the US activists have monitored levels of methane leakage franking sites and found them to be well in excess of levels reported by the companies at least levels frac frac gas is producing more emissions than co generally legged i mentioned a few times has produced a detailed analysis assist franking reports that nobody in the US is made money from it and describes the way that the companies are chasing returns by pouring more money into it as a policy scheme remember bernie madoff ponzi scheme he used money from new investors to pay out high returns as long as there was a constant stream of new investors everyone was happy when that stopped they found there was nothing left leg get reports that fracking firms borrowing money to pay the interest on existing lens he fears that the industry's collapse could trigger the nights global financial crisis finders report presented as a slide show at jeremy legged dot net that's with two gs to tease jeremy legged dot net went in the same week as the UK government announced a halt to fracking it gave its approval to a new deep coal mine fine cumbria northwest england at first sight it seems perverse to expand production of coal the is the fossil fuels this is particularly mind will produce metallurgical coal for steelmaking but he thought expo and to replace imports greenpeace says atrocities visiting she'll be used with steelmaking but industry experts say that's not how it works the mind will generate five hundred new jobs with as many as two thousand in the supply chain if we're gonna make steel we all get need co can carbon capture and storage be adopted to the industry maybe in the UK as indicated on the west cumbria money website the risk is this cole will be exploited to nations with little or no emissions emissions regulations and UK products made to exacting environmental standards will we priced out of the market as simple and sustainability a very difficult difficult call to the local planners but in the end they found in favor of the mind and the government supported them against objectives one of extinction asian rebellions demands as being for the establishment of a citizens assembly i complained last week that the government under theresa may had promised such body but that nothing had happened everything's changed now a cross party parliamentary group formed of six committees representing different government departments as just announced that it would approach thirty thousand households and invite people to become assembly members the invitees to climate assembly UK been selected around him from across the UK from those who respond one hundred ten people will be chosen as a representative sample of the population they they will be to have a full weekends from late january in birmingham and will discuss topics ranging from transport to household energy use extension rebellion and gave the move a very cautious welcome unexplained that the proposed assembly did not meet that expectation we're pleased that thirty two thousand people will be receiving a letter in the post invited to take part in a citizens assembly on climate change they said we hope they respond so that they have a chance of participating -ticipant in in this importance citizens assembly most specifically they say we are devastated the citizens assembly will only be addressing how how to reach net zero emissions by twenty fifty we would urge the organizers to ensure that the members of the assembly presented with evidence as to why twenty-fifty eighty is inadequate this citizen's assembly is advisory toothless in other words the citizens assembly must be founded in climate and and ecological justice where is the select committee representing defra department from environment food aurora fez why why are they not involved in this extinct valley and demands a citizens assembly that is endorsed by government and has real decision-making power extinction rebellions detailed response county found on their website and there's a link on blog this week the UK finance finance minister or chancellor of the exchequer as we professional lost a review to determine how the UK would end its contribution to global warming the net zero reviews the chancellor will assess how the UK can maximize economic growth opportunities from its transformation to a green economy armie the UK is leading away on tackling climate change as the first major economies legislate for net zero greenhouse gas emissions by twenty fifty i've just been doing some research into carbon offsets and i'm concerned about what net zero emissions actually means means i have serious doubts as achievable i'll do some research on that and get back to you i'll read the terms of reference for the net zero review as well they say the review will also consider how to ensure we can cut our emissions without seeing exported elsewhere the is very important jordan because in the past the has not been the only country to claim massive emissions reductions while ignoring the fact that is being importing goods which used to emit at home mm-hmm and factories which have gone i was also a bit concerned that it was the chelsea the exchequer who made the announcement does this mean that we're going to do it as long when was it doesn't cost too much i know we don't have a department of energy and climate change anymore but you shouldn't be department for business energy and industrial strategy taking the lead on this and what about the aforementioned defa given the land management and use contribute as much to emissions as an atrocity the generation released on a global scale reports from delhi this week reveal that the city is shrouded in smoke with atmospheric pollution some ten times some say fifty times some say nine hundred times safe levels whatever it is it's bad the city always has a bad atmosphere but the present crisis has been caused by firecrackers such off to celebrate diwali and by farmers burning stubble in field surrounding the city in an attempt to improve things the government has announced that vehicles can only use the roads it's alternate days depending on whether that registration number is already even many drivers drive anyway take the back roads to avoid he stopped they probably drive further and make the problem worse by doing this at least one politician decided to take his car out the wrong way and define the ban on principle it's not just equality women bathing in the river to give thanks to the sun god which they couldn't see found the water thick oily smelly enshrouded in leser phone like many developing countries india seems to have regulations but now effective enforcement the british labour party is exploring plans to ban private jets from UK upholds from zambia's twenty twenty-five should it win the election election in the party's latest broadside against the super rich it will undoubtedly improve the quality at least some extent but it'll be an impossible battle to win there are so many other issues government should surely be focusing on the prospect of electric planes for short journeys looks increasingly increasingly realistic may be better to concentrate on supporting RND in that area the poll equity in delhi he has led to flights being diverted from the city fortunately air quality though pau is not yet as bad as that in london in california people recovering from wildfires which of burn for weeks damaging property and driving people from their homes president trump has threatened to withdraw federal aid from the state blaming the democrat governor for poor forest management the government responded by calling the president isn't a climate change denier regardless of their spat out of thought the top priority should be cleaning up or fires withholding aid money can only hurt the residents in the state state rachi forbes magazine michael shellenberger suggests that the fire situation is not nearly as simple as it might appear a might have nothing at all to do with climate climate change the new york times reports at the fis this yet might have been spectacular but we're not as bad as last year when eighty-six people killed quoting jonathan keeley dr jonathan kelly a US geological survey scientist schoenberg explains how different five sized take hold in different locations there are forest fires and there are fires which burned on shrub lands closer to the coast few people live in the forests and fires natural regularly burning the forest floor letter keeps it clean and keeps fis small over the last hundred years is the US fosse's has been quick to put out for his vase so the quantity of leaflets and fallen branches has grown when this catches fire the fire has more fuel fuel on so he's more intense forests can withstand small-size major five wipe them out leave shrug land in the populated planted areas near the coast fis of caught the undergrowth and the seventy mile now winnings of driven the flames of a wider areas many have have been started by faulty power lines and others cat as people keely believes climate change has little to do with it i don't think the president is wrong about the need to better manage he says i don't know if you wanna call it mismanage the forest have been managed in a way that has allowed to far problem to get worse so this occasion the president is not totally wrong but it's hard to blame the present governor for policies that had been in place for hundred years listener listener poll omani draws my attention to an article in the irish times professor peter thorne of maynooth university says it's only a matter of tyne fine until the elements combine fall a devastating storm surge which will leave thousands of homes businesses and landmark buildings in dublin underwater water if storm-force onshore wind coincided with a high spring tide water from dublin bay would surge.
"peter thorne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Greg rice on ten ten wins news time four three. So this dude is already waiting to be sentenced for his part in the murderer Bronx, teenager junior goose men, Felice apparently twenty two year old Jose Muniz figured what the heck as he allegedly attacked correction officer. According to union brass who say the attack occurred last night at the Manhattan detention center, Elias Medine is the president of the corrections officers benevolent association. These Jews of punching correctional and his face and attacking him kicking him and dislocating his show. Fracturing, his, I don't think I get any more graphic. That's what he did. And that alleged attack is where we began this Wednesday, Muniz one of five men all convicted this past week in the machete attack which shocked, the city, the officer was treated at a local hospital and release officials say ever since the five showed up at the Manhattan detention center. They've been trouble who Simone dean says they continue to act like they're out on the streets running things last night's incident at the detention center. One of several rash of incidents targeting direction officers officer had his head split open and a jail ward at Bellevue, while sources say, another officer was punched in the face deal deputy Commissioner Peter Thorne announcing the attacks deplorable thing. They are pursuing the re-arrest of those responsible by anchor women at New York. One of their company saying they were marginalized and cast aside to make room for younger women and men filed today in Manhattan federal court against charter communications charter spokeswoman says the company takes the allegation. Seriously says there's nothing ear. Maureen huff says New York one is a respectful and fair workplace and works to ensure its employees or valued. And empowered the soup seeks unspecified damages and return to positions, the women occupied before charter took over three years ago. Police looking for the guy in Brooklyn called on camera running around spray painting, anti Muslim graffiti on the doors of school. Carol Diori has more from school where apparently this one, the first visit most recent incident was again, at PS fifty two and she said the words kill Arabs were found early in the morning city council, ever, which is the same words found on a different door of the school, Monday morning, and similar words found on nose avenue bus shelter cattleman dick says two million dollars been put in the city budget for NYPD surveillance cameras scope of the project is to have these cameras installed around public and private schools around houses of worship and around parks, playgrounds chance up to city council Jewish caucus, but he says when one group is attacked we're all attack. carol diori attention wins in brooklyn and you can see video of that suspect on our website at ten wins dot com cancer stricken retired in wikipedia detective a former bomb squad member who call upon congress to extend a federal fund they'll sick and at ground zero is now in hospice care fifty-three-year-old louis alvarez admitted one day after this testimony he made to a congressional committee you never forget all i'm here to make sure that you alvarez there's nothing else that doctors can do fight the cancer in him he told supporters on social media it had nothing to do with his trip to d._c. calling it a coincidence don field who founded the feel-good foundation says he hates this the reality of losing another friend who be able to advocate for the nine eleven community as one of the last act said he does says a lot about demand you just a class act and i always knew that i could person but being around loom i feel he made me a better person and it's going to be one hundred eighty Second funeral that I went to, and it's, it's devastating how barista's he was scheduled for chemo after his trip to Washington. But the nurse noticed he was disoriented and tested him revealing that things that take them a term, but he says he's resting. He's at PC says, and keep on fighting until the Lord decides that it's time for news.
"peter thorne" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eight and right now in town. It's fifty eight degrees. It's fifty seven in green lawn. Fifty seven. Fifty-seven in garden city. WCBS news time seven fifty a cellphone video went viral. It's of a Coral Springs, Florida police officer punching a teenage girl in the ribs while she was on the ground. There's outrage over her mother Jessica Dennis livid about what happened clearly wasn't aggressive. Everyone could see she was laying there. So I just wanted Justice. But Coral Springs, police say the video does not tell the whole story they say she was failing to comply with the officers, and she was resisting the parents have asked for the officers bodycam video so far the department has not complied. WCBS news time, seven fifty Europe and Japan sent an unmanned spacecraft named Becky Colombo to mercury the planet. That's closest to the sun it rocketed into orbit from French Guiana for a seven-year trip to the extremely hot planet. Here's BBC news science correspondent Jonathan Amos. Peppy Colombo is setting out on a nine billion kilometer track to the solar system. This is Europe and Japan's first mission to the planet. Mercury. And it'll be hugely challenging whether join probes are headed so close to the sun. It's hot as a pizza oven novel technologies. Must protect the spacecraft from the hellish conditions. Look to the stars tonight to see the Orion, Ed. Orion in meteor shower. The best views expected our Sunday morning after the moon is set but before the sun rises between four and six in the morning. The Orion in meteors are debris left behind by Haley's comet where now intersecting with its orbit at the peak fifteen to twenty meters meteors, I should say fifteen to twenty meteors per hour should be visible. It's seven fifty two here. A WCBS. A new problem at Rikers island to inmates contracted legionnaire's disease. The department of health is testing the water at a Rikers island prison. Now, a one of the two inmates remain hospitalized Friday at an undisclosed facility. The second inmate was treated and released within the last twelve months. The department of correction deputy Commissioner of public information. Peter Thorne says the health and safety of our officers and the people in our custody is our top priority. Legionnaires disease is a type of pneumonia. It's contracted through the inhalation of water, vapor. It's seven fifty two. If you love puzzle games, better board of crushing candy police. The hugely popular mobile game best beans this game is ridiculously but with consistence by that a five star ratings. It's a puzzle game. You can't miss out on salt. Thousands of puzzles collect tons of key characters and play weekly events. Best beans updates every month. So you'll never get bored. Crushing candy is so twenty fifteen so click now or visit the apple app store or Google play. Download for.
"peter thorne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Fixtures. Past. Corrections officers injuries they rallied behind the latest victim of violence I. Don't want to get killed for Jason coming It has to come now has become today officer babinski and union leader Elias who's a Medine, say the mayor and council were wrong to outlaw solitary confinement as punishment all delusional on some of the things. That they think should. Be going on in jail they have no clue they. Don't know a damn thing about jail and councilmember Robert Holden is introducing a Bill to bring back punitive segregation. Something ended, over, concern about lasting effects on inmates Al. Jones ten ten wins at city hall corrections department spokesman, Peter Thorne calls the attack deeply troubling and says those involved, will be, rearrested and placed in punitive segregation wins news time. Eight thirty one. From the ram ramtruck traffic center, here's, Rebecca Massaro's here's what we see on long island's big three on the LIE stop and go, from shelter, rock road all the way into queens northern state, moving heavy from new Hyde Park road into queens and then on the southern state Parkway. Westbound you've. Got a crash right by. Route one oh six taking out the right lane And farther west moving slow heading towards ocean avenue STAN Allen expressway heavy ride. Westbound from clove road. Heading towards victory boulevard and from the winds transit desk. All New Jersey transit tomorrow morning to northeast quarter trains will be cancelled also a one New Jersey coast line. Train we'll, be, cancelled as well and eligible our service. Temporarily suspended right now between patch and montoc both directions, at due to an unauthorized person on the tracks northbound trains, running with, delays due to signal problems at eighteen and here's. What you need. To know about the bridges and, the, tunnels at bam Brooklyn Bridge still moving very very slow on the span traffic and transit every, ten minutes, on the one's and breaking traffic alerts whenever they, happen I'm Rebecca Missouri Santana ten win wins news time eight thirty two now the Accu. Weather four. Day forecast here's Dave Bowers Well we still have a heated visory in effect and this will continue. Through six o'clock tomorrow evening also an air quality alerts for high. Levels of ozone runs, through eleven o'clock. Here this evening It's just a warm sticky night seventy seven hundred, midtown daybreak seventy and a lot of the suburbs then we get into the upper eighties to, around ninety tomorrow will little. Sunshine before he disturbance coming out of the Great Lakes. Also triggers shower even a heavy deprive severe thunderstorm. During the late afternoon and evening late tomorrow night leftover clouds warm humid about seventy four now for the weekend does not look real real nice we're not going to see much of the sun it's going to be humid Saturday with a shower thunderstorm around. A high, of eighty four and not much higher. Than the mid seventies on Sunday along with. A couple of showers eighty five right now. In central park way down to seventy seven and midtown. I'm meteorologist Dave Bowers on New York's weather station Ted wins eighty nine degrees. In, mass path eighty four degrees in Paterson seventy, seven degrees Goldens bridge sponsored by acme summer is. Better at acme the man who was bitten by a shark in Cape Cod is from Westchester Sixty one year old William lighten of scarsdale. Emerge from the water yesterday dazed, and. Bleeding he was taken to a hospital in Boston in serious. Condition correspondent TJ home see was been by Sharkey has. Injuries now to his torso into his hip expected probably to be okay doesn't sound like, he's Andrews necessarily where life threatening but still anytime you have a shark encounter like this with, somebody's injured people are going. To take note the beach were that happened had to. Be closed not sure when it's going to reopen. Investigators say he was bidden while waiting about thirty yards offshore at Long Beach town officials say the beach will be closed to swimming at least through tomorrow the area is a feeding ground for seals which attract sharks experts are trying to determine whether it. Was a, great white it's the first shark attack. Off the coast of Massachusetts since two thousand. Twelve when a.
"peter thorne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"I don't want to get killed for change the coming It has to come now as you come. Today officer babinski and union leader Elias Medine say the mayor and council were wrong to outlaw solitary confinement as. A punishment, all, delusional on some of the things that. They think should, be going on jail they have no, clue they don't know a damn thing about jail and council member Robert, holding is introducing a Bill to bring back punitive segregation something ended. Over concern about. Lasting effects on inmates Al Jones ten ten wins at city hall corrections department spokesman Peter Thorne Kohl's yesterday's. Attack deeply troubling and says those involved will be rearrested. And placed in punitive segregation wins news time seven thirty one from the ram trucks traffic center with expanded traffic here's Greg rice. So we, are still looking at this situation on, the eastern island expressway westbound getting over towards victory boulevard you've got the right lane knocked out, with a, wreck you've got, about. A dozen motorcycles on the left shoulder and overall. A standstill from just off of the Verizon getting into The area eastbound, Staten Island expressway everything's open but everybody wants a look so you're slow from right off the gospels over to victory boulevard the ride at the George. Washington Bridge into the city it remains you okay but the op-ed approaches are anything but they've gotten better but there's no easy escape route, Lincoln's about fifteen overall all, in fifteen and twenty to thirty out the upper East River bridges have gotten better. Outbound Brooklyn Bridge is. Still a bit sluggish dealt with extra westbound company over to. Flatbush avenue queens van wick slows either way over a hillside avenue on Long Island we've got a stance on. The westbound, l., y. northern state getting back to Queen. Southern state Parkway, the worst of it is westbound from, the.
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"Of past corrections officers injuries they rallied behind the latest victim. Of inmate. Violence that writers to get killed for change to come now From today Officer. Been skiing union leader Elias Medine say the mayor and council were wrong, to outlaw solitary confinement as punishment all deluge on some of the things that they think should be going on. In jail they have. No clue they don't know a damn thing about jail. And councilmember Robert Holden is introducing a Bill to bring back punitive segregation something ended over concern about lasting effects. On inmates, Al, Jones ten ten wins at city hall. Corrections department spokesman Peter Thorne calls yesterday's attack deeply troubling, and says those involved will be rearrested in placed, in punitive segregation wins, news time five thirty one from the ramtruck traffic center with expanded traffic for your commute sponsored by. Credit karma here's. Greg rice can't catch a break at this hour getting across. The Hudson we go to the outbound side of the Lincoln and. North tube you've got a breakdown of the. Right lane it's at least thirty to, forty five leaving the west side as, a result. Inbound Lincoln you're looking at thirty Holland tunnel twenty five to thirty and from the turnpike better from the Polaski sky Away in, one thousand nine alpine is solid thirty to forty minutes. The inbound George. Does well the outbound upper level they are still, getting rid of a broken. Down truck and every single approach to the outbound George is an absolute, mess you can throw in the South Bronx river Parkway for good measure throughout the county southbound Bronx Parkway throughout. The borough I should. Say it's still just terrible here's what we see a. Long island's big three it's a westbound mess more than anything on the northern state it is an absolute crawl. From at, least, Glen cove road on either road getting. Back to queens eastbound the stay slow too baggy toll, road and east of the sacco's eastbound northern status, slow ride from Detroit, all the way out towards Dix hills in the southern state Parkway with company both ways over towards. The Bethpage state. Parkway and also both directions getting over towards peninsula boulevard in. New Jersey northbound Parkway loaded to Glen ridge southbound side a very. Very tough ride all the way down towards..
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"On, his forehead in heavy bandages, wrapping his chest corrections, officer babinski says the gangs are running Rikers. Whose inmates are are, segregated basically. Their gang affiliation and you can't control these. Jails like that they're, running things jails. Not us we have no control over these housing, areas corrections union President Elias who's a mood dean says the attack on officer babinski the six Donna corrections officer in three weeks in. New York City jail system have gang problems and our and I'll commissioners, in denial council member Robert holder, agrees he's introducing a Bill that. Would bring, back, punitive segregation it's a tool these officers. Say. Gives them some control behind bars Al Jones ten ten wins at city hall corrections department spokesman Peter Thorne calls Is yesterday's attack deeply troubling and, says those involved will be rearrested and placed in punitive segregation a homeless man has been arrested for a string of burglaries in Manhattan. Dating back to June most occurred on the upper east side at restaurants, and other businesses perhaps the police, release of a surveillance camera video. This morning, did, the trick RL Swedes manages a hair. Salon that was hit Thaddeus a drug addict he whereas no glove Clearly as issues suspect is identified as forty nine. Year, old Irving Talavera The intrepid Sierra and Space Museum marking a major milestone. Today it was seventy five years ago that the aircraft carrier was commissioned a special ceremony was held this morning welcoming more. Than three hundred former crew members back to the ship intrepid museum co-chairman Ken Fisher told, them services created an amazing foundation for the future of education and exploration and.
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"To try to draw attention to a police brutality and injustice being doled out by too many police officers which that is a debate in and of itself so this is why there are corrections officers at rikers island that are just furious and here's why this is out of the daily news colin kaepernick made a surprise visit with jail inmates at rikers island the former san francisco forty nine ers quarterback was at the city jail to speak to detainees and his presence at rikers drew an immediate rebuke from the union representing city corrections officers which promptly yanked its sponsorship of a christmas tree lighting celebration battle show but the president of the corrections officers benevolent association said this will only encourage inmates to continue to attack corrections officers at a time when we need more protection and people are just livid about this furious union leaders noted sox capper nick war in september of 2016 depicting cops as little cartoon pigs pled forgotten about it yet so it i i had forgotten all about that and he went on to say once again correctional officers find themselves caught in mayor de blasio's political con game this is yet another brazen display of the hypocrisy of the mayor who pretends to support us in public being the corrections officers and i i guess all law enforcement yet does everything possible to jeopardize air security in private capper nick however has been hailed by inmate advocates who site his outspoken calls for criminal justice reforms and as a corrections department spokesperson this is a new persons quote colin kaepernick visited rikers today to share a message of hope and inspiration this is a peter thorne peter thorne noted the visit was not unusual didn't cost anything okay this is a good or a bad thing our phone.
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"Mitch mcconnell bargain for the first one to call for have you ever heard any of these brian old republicans say anybody believes in sucking a baby brazao the ought to be a special place in ill for them yeah i'd shoot you gotta take out the whole democratic plastic learn wool yeah that's that's murder so there's righteous indignation you know i hit a 3 peter thorne's ouster they really ought to have the oscar program just for washington dc every year we oughta pass out oscar garcia got the best actors in the world are not in hollywood all law they will in his quick something baffles me about this whole thing liberals come out and say that women's i equal to me here and when you look at him on television the irb flipping mias and beat him up on his home woman beaten up five gag guy still january one guy now i equal to men and they have the same strength and stamina man's all dull and there's no difference in the different but how do they allow a guy to do the things that they claim he do what they want to miss the rescue gas who they say logo and sit on the stays rubbed elite would address is up to the mall still then that objective finance brotherlee somebody have to explain that day all these won the woman's fifty years later here is your your topi on sexual revolution here's the vegetation of your sexual revolution lucien of sixty years ago that was supposed to take you to aquarius the tokyo while if this is again hey sixty years ago now we arrive at now someone who along with all other saul alinsky items we are now creating the war between the male or female in the wta white brown good looney hey in class every hour directly above the are you telling me that none of these women played a part in these guys being attractive to them no woman in tempted him and enticed him from our you know came on him goalie that stubborn vow that pay who let's go to iraq quit michael and self josh based here i have a dog do you know i'm i almost don't even know where to start with all this 'cause you know the the sheer uh lil rel nervousness of uh the tentacles of liberalism asked shops stretched in almost every conceivable direction desired he is it's not i'll try.
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"The head of the environmental protection agency and she scott pruitt has announced new rules that would bar researchers who received epa grants from serving on the agencies k advisory boards the agency has been a major funder of environmental research the new measure would effectively shut out many academic researchers from those boards and that's alarmed many scientists professor peter thorne is the toxicologist from the university of iowa and he was chair of the science advisory board he's been replaced professor thorn joins us from the studios of w s u y in iowa city professor thanks very much for being with us now it's my pleasure professor do does administrator pruitt make of of fair point he he said that um personnel on three of the key advisory committees had had accepted about seventy seven million dollars in epa grants over the last three years to net give them a direct financial stake in the advice they give the we that uh federal grants are issued is is highly competitive the it's been this tried and true system that has worked very well these are the top scholars in the country in the issues of environmental quality that the epa faces in there for having them excluded from the dialogue and from providing advice the agencies is detrimental to the process and ultimately to the health of the american public look but even recognizing their expertise should they have a financial stake in the advice that give the action to remove the scientists with you pee funding i think fundamental.
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"The head of the environmental protection agency scott pruitt has announced new rules that would bar researchers who received epa grants from serving on the agency's key advisory boards the agency has been a major funder of environmental research the new measure would effectively shut out many academic researchers from those boards and that's alarmed many scientists professor peter thorne is a toxicologist from the university of iowa and he was chair at the science advisory board he's been replaced professor thorn joins us from the studios of w s u y in iowa city professor thanks very much for being with us now it's my pleasure professor does administrator pruitt make of a fair point he he said that uh personnel on three of the key advisory committees had had accepted about seventy seven million dollars in epa grants over the last three years to that give them a direct financial stake in the advice they give the we that fm israel grants are issued is is highly competitive the it's business tried and true system that has worked very well these are the top scholars in the country in the issues of environmental quality that the epa faces in their fourth having them excluded from the dialogue and from providing advice to the agencies is detrimental to the process and ultimately to the health of the american public but even recognizing their expertise should they have a financial stake in the advice they give the action to remove the scientists with up funding i think.
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"The head of the environmental protection agency scott pruitt has announced new rules that would bar researchers who've received epa grants from serving on the agencies k advisory boards the agency has been a major funder of environmental research the new measure would effectively shut out many academic researchers from those boards and that's alarmed many scientists professor peter thorne as a toxicologist from the university of iowa and he was chair at the science advisory board he's been replaced professor thorn joins us from the studios of w s u y in iowa shetty professor thanks very much for being with us now it's my pleasure professor does administrator pruitt make of a fair point he he said that uh personnel on three of the key advisory committees had had accepted about seventy seven million dollars in epa grants over the last three years to net give them a direct financial stake in the advice they give the way that to federal grants are issued is is highly competitive the it's been us tried and true system that has worked very well these are the top scholars in the country in the issues of environmental quality that the epa faces and therefore fourth having them excluded from the dialogue and from providing advice the agencies is detrimental to the process and ultimately to the health of the american public but even recognizing their expertise should they have a financial stake in the advice they give the action to remove the scientists with ep funding i think fundamentally exclusives with most extensive knowledge in its purportedly done in the name of ethics but um it only applies to independent academic scientists and not to industry representatives who i think arguably have a real conflict of interest in terms of of their employment.
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"Ten wins and crown heights a scary seen in fair law new jersey this morning as a van crashed into the front of a home just after ten o'clock and became wedged between the housesenate telephone pole to special needs passengers and two others were taken to the hospital with minor injuries homeowners route of a country their house sustained considerable damage wins news time twelve twenty three the judge has ruled to limit the presentation of autopsy photos in the trial of a new york city police officer accused in the killing of a black man last year in brooklyn wayne isaacs is the first cap to be tried under an executive order that gave the attorney general the power to investigate and prosecute in such cases isaac's is charged with second degree murder in the death of thirtysevenyearold delron small a shooting occurred during a confrontation on the fourth of july in cyprus hills police released video last year showing small getting out of his car and approaching the driver's side of the officer's car at a red light on atlantic avenue small was shot in the chest abdomen and arm isaac said he acted in selfdefence after small hunched him wins news time twelve twenty four never underestimate the power of pizza it's reportedly being used as a behavior incentive at a jail on rikers island but correspondent pat piper says the policy is controversial it comes from the oldest bantam correction centre at rutgers to use the prison were some of the most violent inmates are housed the new york post says those who behave or rewarded with a slice her to of domino's pizza but the union representing corrections officers says it's a bad idea inmates are being rewarded for not meeting each other up correction officials say it's for inmates who have reached the milestone in work release programmes correction department spokesman peter thorne says the program is designed to help reduce violence and it is working.
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"Power jim kennedy from the kennedy institute of public policy research is joining us jim i'm going up on sunday to santa rosa eddie cover the fires you've got friends up there and wine country we've see what's going on in puerto rico and all of the press it got with the and is continuing to get at the same thing that went with with with erma and harvey very quiet news coverage wise yet the damaging in itself is so massive that i don't think people understand that and i've contended the entire time this happens in new york it's twenty four seven it happens in florida somewhere else it happens northern california it's a west coast thing it's almost like it's not really happening you have a child that that that is i believe the city seat and of you know substantial size to thirty two three quarters of that city is bernard okay three quarters of the how or 20000 of homes at areas were two thousand some homes at areas bor that is that there is huge and like you said yes because if this was an area that was of more population or more significance it would be good a lot more covers maybe were just for lack of a better phrase burned out on on on a natural disasters right now but it is it is a serious leslie if you're in the wind business or involved with involved with with wind business you are following the seven 24th is it is a huge disaster for the wine industry oh yeah of course of the personal tragedies yeah and and and and and peter and i we're talking about earlier peter thorne and fulfilled today that some of these places the eu just don't understand that blood sweat tears generations have gone into these things some of these some of these vineyards they build themselves on having old vines in these ed they don't have that anymore they may have a clone but those vines on all the more they may replicate that vine but it's not an old vine and these things are nonrepairable monetarily wise as well as emotionally right now especially i mean they can if the rootstock still survive thinking regrasp the the roots the the vine the the.