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05:25 min | 2 months ago

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"Three things to know a 10 45 New Jersey's unemployment claims jumped 25% higher than a week ago. Philadelphia police change how they'll serve warrants in the wake of Briana Taylor's death and recapping our top story. The late Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at the U. S. Capitol. That's all ahead of the next 15 minutes. Good morning on Lynn Adkins. Greg Orlandini is at the editor's desk. The pandemic continues to cause unemployment claims to rise in the garden State here's K Y W's John McDevitt, Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says Unemployment claims group 25% from last week in addition and says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since go over 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo, Says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment and the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs at my unemployment dot and j dot gov. Johnny Dedicate one ofyou. NewsRadio, Philadelphia Police have modified a policy in the wake of Briana Taylor's death. As K Y W is crime and Justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen explains it, Khun turns the city's no knock warrant directive. Before filled out. The oblivious officer executes an arrest warrant. They have to first give or make a reasonable effort as to who they are and why they're there before entering the premises. No knock warrants are rare in Philly. But as of September 1st the directive changed a bit, quote. Investigator believes that their safety is at risk by knocking and announcing the warrant. The warrant service shall be referred to the SWAT unit. SWAT officers have both the equipment and a tactical training to handle such safety issue, says the police spokesman. Kentucky's attorney general has said they only had one neighbor who says thie officers did not can announce themselves that Briana Taylor's apartment door. Her boyfriend who was inside the home, says he heard a bang but never heard. The police announced themselves. Kristen Joe Hansen. A Y W News radio. So let's hear it for the hero rat. No, not that one famously seen carrying pizza down to a New York City subway. This rat has won a British charities Top civilian award for animal bravery. He's receiving the honor for searching out unexploded land mines in Cambodia. Now the k Y w scoreboard sponsored by Rosengarten Roofing schedule, You're free Roof estimate at roof. Nick dot com The Miami Marlins top the Atlanta Braves for two W's Dave you Ram has a preview about important weekend for the film The Phillies take on the Tampa Bay Rays Rays have the best record in the American League. The best chance for Joe Girardi's fills to make the playoffs is win against Tampa, preferably all three games and hope the Yankees, San Diego, Minnesota and ST Louis do well this weekend. In a hole before this year. Things have looked not so good, and we've been able to come back. The Marlins magic number to clinch a playoff spot through second place in the East is too they take on the Yankees. Gabe Kapler's Giants are in the second wildcard spot by a half game over the filles. They host the Padres. The Reds are in the first wildcard spot by one game over the Phillies. They visit Minnesota. The Brewers are behind the ninth place fills and they're in ST Louis right now, Price. Harper knows it's important for the Phillies to play in October. Because it can help attract free agents think it would sort of fires and many different ways of hopefully, you know, getting there and getting there often, Dave you ran K Y w news radio. Hey, White up your news time. 10 50 late. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is now lying in State and Statuary Hall following a ceremony for invited guests only they're serving 27 years on the Supreme Court now, a special report. CBS News Special Report. Mourners are paying tribute to Justice Ruth Beat or Ginsberg is lying in state at the U. S Capitol after a brief ceremony. Rabbi Lauren Holt's black really change, she said. Enduring change happens one step At a time. CBS is Jan Crawford on Ginsberg's multi generational appeal. She thought it was funny that she was referred to us the notorious RBG. She kind of embraced some of that later in life, which is to me a reflection of how she was willing to kind of always think about new things and things that may not be familiar to her and learn new things, and she enjoyed that. That made her even more when she was on Saturday. You know, Hearst the sketches on Saturday Night live about her, and that made her even more in away resonate with with people of all generations. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. It's 10 51. Catch.

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05:04 min | 2 months ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Things to know. At 7 45. New Jersey's unemployment claims are 25% higher than they were at this time. Last year. Philadelphia police make a change and how they'll serve warrants in the wake of Briana Taylor's death. And recapping our top story. Briana Taylor. Protesters shut down 95 last night in a march to South Philly. More protests are expected later today. Still ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Carol Mackenzie. And I'm Lynn Adkins. Kind of our Khan is at the editor's desk. The pandemic continues to cause unemployment claims to rise in the garden State here's K Y W's John McDevitt NEWJERSEY Department of Labor and Workforce Development says unemployment claims grew 25% from last week. In addition, it says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since go over 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo, Says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment and the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs at my unemployment dot NJ dot gov John We dedicate one ofyou news radio. The Philadelphia Police Department has changed how it issues issues, no knock warrants in light of the shooting death of Rianna Taylor. It's Kate. Whatever is crime, and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us No knock warrants are not often used in the city. Anytime the Philadelphia police officer executes an arrest warrant, they must first announced themselves, which has been the policy. But the department has gone a step further, adding than on Ly Swat conserve a no knock warrant because they're tactically trained and armored for gunfire. No knock warrants are rare in Philadelphia. They're only used when investigators believe an officer's safety is at risk. Judges must always sign off on all warrants served. Kentucky's attorney general says they have a name. Or who heard the police announced themselves and knock on Briana Taylor's apartment door before they entered. Taylor's boyfriend has said he only heard a bang, but no one else been of police before he fired his gun. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News radio on now the Y W scoreboard sponsored by Rosengarten Roofing, schedule your free roof estimate at roof nick dot com. The Miami Marlins beat the Atlanta Braves for two, moving them closer to clinching second place in the National League East over the filles. Let's go Live to K Y W's Dave, you ram for a breakdown of what needs to happen this weekend for the fillies to make the playoffs. Good morning, Dave. Good morning. Lin. While this was Joe Girardi before Wednesday's Phillies win over the National Mall is a lot like life. You know, you have your good days in your bad days, and you've got to find a way to get through him and be the same person every day. I mean, no one ever said life was gonna be easy. No one ever said became a baseball was going to be easy, and this weekend is not going to be easy for the Phillies, either because they play the Tampa Bay Rays, who have the best record in the American League. Simply put. If the fillies want to make the playoffs. They need a win as much as they can over their last three games. And root for the Yankees to beat the Marlins as much as they can San Diego to take care of Gabe Kapler's giants Minnesota to take care of the Cincinnati Reds and ST Louis to beat the Brewers just for simplicity's sake, so that it's not complicated. Come Sunday, late afternoon. The Marlins win puts them one game ahead of the fillies for second place in the National League East, which is guaranteed a playoff spot. Miami also holds the tiebreaker over the Phillies. So if the film is going to catch the Marlins, they have to win, at least to and hope the Yankees sweep the Marlins. The magic number for the Marlins is two Reds or at the Twins. As I mentioned twins or trying to clinch a deal. Central is Cincinnati wins two out of three. They finish ahead of the Phillies. No matter what if the Reds win one out of three, the filles they're goingto have to sweep Tampa just to jump ahead of Cincinnati and one of those wild card spots, and as far as the Giants are concerned, they play San Diego four times this weekend. If the Giants win three out of four fills have to sweep the race. If the Giants win two out of four fills have to win two in Tampa If the Giants win one out of four fillies just have to win one to be ahead of the giant. So Lynn as I said, it's complicated. But if the Phillies went a lot in the Yankees, Padres twins and Cardinals win then the result should be good for the filles Monday morning. Alright, Davia, you're right. That is complicated. All right. We've had problems out on the road this morning. Thick fog is one of them. And now we've picked up a crash on hunting Dim Pike will check in with Sam. Right after this. We know it feels like everything's different Now. This is not going to be a normal school year is probably the number one dire straits of the hospitality. And one thing hasn't changed. We're here to get you through it. Any time.

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05:31 min | 2 months ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Jersey's unemployment claims are 25% higher than they were last year. Philadelphia police make a change to how they will serve warrants in the wake of Briana Taylor's death. And recapping our top story. Briana Taylor. Protesters shut down. I 95 then marched through South Philly last night ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Carol Mackenzie Conner Bar con at the editor's desk. The pandemic continues to create unemployment across the country, and unemployment claims are going up in New Jersey as we hear from K one. W's John McDevitt NEWJERSEY Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says Unemployment claims group 25% from last week in addition and says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits Tops 1.6 million since covert 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment. And the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs at my unemployment dot and j dot gov. John, We dedicate one ofyou news radio. The Philadelphia police Department's changed how they issue No knock warrants in light of the shooting death of Briana Taylor as K Y W is Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen explains. No knock warrants are not often used in the city. Anytime the Philadelphia police officer executes an arrest warrant, they must first announced themselves which has been the policy. But the department has gone a step further, adding than on Ly Swat conserve a no knock warrant because they're tactically trained and armored. No gunfire. No knock warrants are rare in Philadelphia. They're only used when investigators believe an officer's safety is at risk. Judges must always sign off on all warrants served. Kentucky's attorney general says they have a neighbor who heard the police announced themselves and knock on Briana Taylor's apartment door before they entered. Taylor's boyfriend, has said he only heard a bang but no announcement of police before he fired his gun. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News radio. Police in Louisville, Kentucky, say at least 24 people were arrested in protest across the city yesterday. A statement says Charges included unlawful assembly failure to disperse and riot in the first degree. Police allege the protesters broke windows at a restaurant. Damaged city buses tried to set a fire and threw a flare into the street. CBS News correspondent Eureka Duncan tells us that authorities and activists are alike are asking the question. What comes next? They are life outside of Taylor's apartment is a small memorial. It was gun shows on on my door frame and on the on the mat and everyday deja more who says she was questioned by investigators lives right across from Taylor's now vacant apartment. You were there that night? Yeah. What do you recall? They didn't announce they said, Because we have hollow walls. We would have heard him. Everybody would have heard him. Police pulled back from the Louisville protest last night after negotiating an end to them with demonstrators. It is time for the K y w scoreboard sponsored by Rosengarten Roofing schedule. You're free roof estimate at roof, nick dot com The Miami Marlins beat the Braves forwarded to their magic number to clinch second place in the division over the Phillies is too Colorado Rockies beat the San Francisco Giants 5 to 4 in 11 innings The Giants lead for a wildcard spot over the filles that lead is down, Teo half a game. And the Milwaukee Brewers remained a half game behind the fillies in the standings after losing to the ST Louis Cardinals for two to well, the Eagles are getting ready for Sunday's game at the link again. Cincinnati We get more on that from K Y W. Zed Bank in Brandon Graham says the Eagles have refocused during practice this week. And are determined to put their first two losses behind them as they get ready to host Cincinnati on Sunday. Those two games you know they're done with, you know, we got the giggles. Let's get it started. Now. We got a long season. We have some things we needed to learn. You know, when you lose, you got to figure out What you learn from it. How can we move forward and get better, and I think people his body in today on Tuesday, defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz took the blame for his unit's poor performance last Sunday. Graham said. They're more motivated than ever for a better outcome because of the assistant coaches comments. It was a great feeling for us to let him know that he's he's really down for us and just like he said. He isn't and we all go make sure we get it right. Graham said he has been impressed with Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow the topic in last spring's NFL draft. I met Bank in K Y W news radio. 5 50. We have that bad crash on a bit. The Ben Franklin Parkway. We'll check with the traffic center. Just a couple of minutes. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get a new car replacement or if your car is totaled. Farmers will pay to replace it with a new.

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05:52 min | 2 months ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Unemployment claims are on the rise again. President Trump continues to refuse to commit to a peaceful transfer of power next January if he doesn't win in November. Recapping our top story. Governor. Wolf accuses the Legislature of political posturing by serving up legislation to reopen bars too quickly. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good evening. I'm Steve Ta Wan went and Clyde is at the editor steps. Governor will says state lawmakers are playing political games to distract people from across Pennsylvania from wearing masks, avoiding crowds and social distancing. The Legislature wants to loosen up restrictions the Wolf administration has imposed on bars and taverns. Hey, why W's Paul Kurtz reports the industry is trying to get back on its feet. Chuck Moran, executive director of the Pennsylvania license, Beverage and Tavern Association, says he was disappointed but not surprised to hear about the governor's plan to scuttle House built 25 13. The governor has only deliver bad news to the industry. He's yet to do anything to help them. He now expects the administration to lean hard on those Democrats who voted for the bill will come down to the Kurds of those who Good with restaurants and caverns. If they stand with us on a veto override those show their their true colors. Moran is telling his members to also keep up the pressure on lawmakers and the governor. Supporters believe the bill offers a fair balance of covert safety measures and business survival needs. The measure does not affect Philadelphia bars and restaurants. Ron Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News radio up and down that continues to cause unemployment claims to rise in New Jersey A Y W was John McDevitt takes a look at the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says unemployment claims grew 25% from last week. In addition, it says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since covert 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment and the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs at my unemployment dot NJ dot gov. Jon. We dedicate one ofyou NewsRadio, House Democrats are preparing a new Corona virus relief package and never to shake free negotiations that have been in a stalemate. What for nearly two months now, the scaled back version still has a top line $2.2 trillion more than a trillion lower than the stimulus proposal. House Democrats passed in May before everything fell apart. The Trump Administration has said it would be willing to consider a proposal somewhere around 1.5 trillion, still insisting that mail in balloting will lead to fraud. Resident Trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Next grand worry if it doesn't go away, correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports Republicans inside the Beltway among those offering implicit criticism of Mr Trump today. Taking steps to ensure that the president could not ignore the vote of the people. The president now says he's not sure this year's voting will be honest. You know, they found I understand eight ballots today. Wastepaper basket. Mr. Trump appeared to be referring to an emerging case in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, where federal prosecutors say nine military ballots had been discarded Details about the circumstance how the ballots have been tossed by whom and for what reason aren't clear. But the Justice Department says investigators did note that seven of the nine ballots have been cast for President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she trust voters and outcome We don't want we want the peaceful transfer of power, Senate leader Mitch McConnell vowed and orderly transition has been done since the nation's founding house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is in is confident about that there will be a very peaceful transition. Four states are encouraging mail in voting to keep voters safe during the Corona virus pandemic. Mr Trump has been pressing a months long campaign against mail in voting this November by tweeting it could lead to fraud. Although there's never been any evidence to back up those claims, Facebook says, or reject political ads that claimed victory in the presidential election before the results are declared. CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will work with the Reuters news agency and news organizations, including CBS News that distribute exit polling data to vet election results. But that's not all. A company spokesman just tweeted. Facebook will be rejecting political ads that claim victory before the results of the 2020 election have been declared. The announcement represents an about face for the company, which has for years says it would not fact check political advertisements made by presidential candidates and other international leaders. Mac Piper, CBS News President Trump went to the Supreme Court today to pay his respects to the late Justice Ginsburg, but it got a chilly reception from Mourners. White House correspondent Paula Read reports as he emerged at the top. He heard something he hasn't often heard, at least directed toward him. Boo in with the crowd chanting, Vote him out! This was unusual for several reasons, the first off President Trump wearing a mask. That is not something we see too often, and it was also one of the rare instances where he came really in pretty close proximity to people who openly protest and oppose him. Mr Trump, closing in on his picked a fellow Supreme Court vacancy just weeks before Election Day, says he'll announce his nominee on Saturday. Felafel closure and lane restrictions on I 76 due to roadwork will catch up with traffic next. It's Terry, Greg..

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COVID-19: New Jersey to Extend Benefits to Unemployed Workers

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COVID-19: New Jersey to Extend Benefits to Unemployed Workers

"Claims to rise in New Jersey A Y W was John McDevitt takes a look at the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says unemployment claims grew 25% from last week. In addition, it says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since covert 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment and the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs

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05:55 min | 2 months ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"President Trump continues to refuse to commit to a peaceful transfer of power next January. If he doesn't win in November and recapping our top story, governor Wolf accuses the state Legislature of political posturing by serving up legislation to reopen bars too quickly. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good evening. I'm Steve but in client is at the end of the desk. Mother will says state lawmakers are playing political games to distract people across P A. From wearing mass avoiding crowds and social distancing. The Legislature wants to loosen up restrictions the Wolf administration has imposed on bars and taverns. Their ideologies. Paul Kurtz reports the industry is trying to get back on its feet. Chuck Moran, executive director of the Pennsylvania Licensed Beverage and Tavern Association, says he was disappointed but not surprised to hear about the governor's plan to scuttle house built 25 13. The governor has only deliver bad news to the industry. He's yet to do anything to help them. He now expects the administration to lean hard on those Democrats who voted for the bill will come down to the Kurds of those who Good with restaurants and caverns. If they stand with us on a veto override those show their their true colors. Moran is telling his members to also keep up the pressure on lawmakers and the governor. Supporters believe the bill offers a fair balance of covert safety measures and business survival needs. The measure does not affect Philadelphia bars and restaurants. Ron Paul Kurtz, K Y. W News Radio. The pandemic continues to cause unemployment claims to rise in New Jersey Here's Kyi W's McDevitt. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says unemployment claims grew 25% from last week in addition, and says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since go over 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo, says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment. And the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs at my unemployment dot NJ dot gov. Jon. We dedicate one ofyou. NewsRadio, House Democrats are preparing a new Corona virus relief package in and over to shake free negotiations that have been in a Stalemate. What for nearly two months now, the scaled back version still has a top line of $2.2 Trillion. It's more than $1 trillion lower than the stimulus proposal. The House House Democrats passed in May. The Trump Administration has said it would be willing to consider a proposal somewhere around 1.5 trillion Still insisting that mail in balloting will lead to fraud. President Trump refuses to commit to a peaceful transfer of power next January. If doesn't go his way. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports. Republicans in Congress were among those offering implicit criticism of Mr Trump today. We are taking steps to ensure that the president could not ignore the vote of the people. The president now says he's not sure this year's voting will be honest. You know, they found I understand eight ballots today. Wastepaper basket. Mr. Trump appeared to be referring to an emerging case in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, or federal prosecutors say nine military ballots had been discarded details about the circumstance how the ballots have been tossed by whom and for what reason aren't clear. But the Justice Department says investigators did note that seven of the nine ballots have been cast for President Trump. Well, Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she trust voters an outcome we don't want. We want the peaceful transfer of power. Senate leader Mitch McConnell has found an orderly transition as has been done since the nation's founding House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is confident about that there will be a very peaceful transition. More states are encouraging mail in voting to keep voters safe during the Corona virus pandemic. Mr Trump has been pressing a months long campaign against mail in voting this November by tweeting it could lead to fraud. Facebook will reject political ads that claimed victory in the presidential election before the results are declared. CEO Mark Zuckerberg says face vocal work with the Reuters news agency and news organizations, including CBS News that distribute exit polling data to vet election results. But that's not all. A company spokesman just tweeted. Facebook will be rejecting political ads that claimed victory before the results of the 2020 election have been declared. The announcement represents an about face for the company, which has for years says it would not fact check political advertisements made by presidential candidates and other international leaders. MAC Piper CBS News President Trump went to the Supreme Court today to pay his respects to the late Justice Ginsburg, but he got a chilly reception from some of the mortars. White House correspondent Paula read reports as he emerged from the top Supreme Court steps. There's something he doesn't often here, at least directed toward him, bowing with crowd chanting, vote him out. This was unusual for several reasons, the first off without President Trump wearing a mask. That is not something we see too often, and it was also one of the rare instances where he came really in pretty close proximity to people who openly protest and oppose him. The president is closing in on his pick to fill that Supreme Court vacancy just weeks before Election Day, says he will announce his nominee on Saturday. I 76 jammed in both directions due to roadwork will catch up with the traffic center.

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03:30 min | 5 months ago

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"Six years. Head coach says none of his players is opting out of going to Orlando next week. Recapping our top story a lot more Americans going backto work. Employers added 4.8 million jobs last month unemployment rate fell to 11.1% ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Brandon Brooks. Honor Bar Khan is at the editor's desk. New Jersey's unemployment rate hovers at a record high 15% triggered by a federal mandate to triggering a federal mandate to extend jobless benefits for up to five months. Okay Y W is Kristen Johannsen, the Garden state qualified for the extension after meeting federal requirements. Typically, someone unemployed can get 26 weeks with the pandemic unemployment and extra For 13 weeks now an extra 20 weeks on top of that for regular unemployment, equaling up to 14 months, says new jerseys, Labor Commissioner Robert Acero. Angelo you're currently receiving about exhaust your 26 week or your additional 13 weeks. There's nothing else I need to do. You will then extend onto your additional state administered weeks when that exhausts automatically. But for those on the pandemic unemployment assistance, which is for the gig, workers and independent contractors, applicants We'll only get seven weeks of that $600 extra ends the end of July and Congress has yet to pass any additional Simula ce money as far as going back to work a Sara Angelo warrants. If you were called, you have to go back as long as that workers have the ability to feel safe in the workplace, they are required to go backto work there are ineligible for unemployment. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio with the Ohio Capital name for Christopher Columbus has removed big statue of him outside It's City hall. The statue taken down on Wednesday had been destroyed. Ride by the mayor of Columbus as a symbol of divisiveness and oppression. Recent national outcry over racial injustice has amplified criticism that monuments to Columbus on her legacy linked to the decimation of indigenous peoples. Columbus State Community College recently removed its statue of the namesake. And yet another statue of Columbus remains outside the Ohio State House. There will be a meeting later on this month to consider whether that statue should go a CZ well. We'll rake off CBS News 70. Sixers head coach Brett Brown says None of his players have tested positive for covert 19 and no one has elected to not go to Orlando Kyi W's Dave you ram with more on Brown's expectations for the rest of the season, the Sixers are scheduled to leave for Disney and a weak breath prom believes this is a clean slate. If the 76 years we're going to make a run, it's fair to say Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid have to play well, Brown said. He's been told Simmons is effectively 100% after recovering from a back injury. He's good to go. He's put in a tremendous amount of work for me to be able to confidently say that around, also said Embiid has put in more time than anybody on the team. I'm looking for Joel to come in as good a shape as he had a cz he has been in since I have coached him. Safety wise. Brown feels comfortable with the amount of detail the MBA put into its campus environment. But at the same time feel like everybody is not feeling some level of anxiety. Whatever the level, my B would be recklessly naive. Braun is looking forward to Talking more about social issues with his team, he said his last two zooms with his players focused about 1% on basketball and 99% on racial injustice. Dave You ran K Y W News Radio South Florida Airport cops off the job after video showed him hitting a woman during an argument. Video shows the woman arguing.

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03:40 min | 5 months ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Know what a 15 sponsored by Oliver heating and Cooling President Trump says masks are good, but he does not support a federal mandate. Officials learning a lot from the results of Corona virus test the A Y W medical report straight ahead and recapping our top story. A new Wolf administration order requires all Pennsylvanians to wear face masks in public. It's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Carol Mackenzie. I'm Brandon Brooks Tim McLaughlin of the editor's desk. President. Trump disagrees with master mandates like the one ordered by the Wolf Administration, But he says he's all for masks. Joining us live on our line to the White House this morning CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Steven Good morning. So what's the president saying about face coverings? Well, the president is you heard him say, he said, he's all four masks You city recently war one. A dark black mask, and he said he looked okay looked like the Lone Ranger, he said. I don't think anyone was saying who was that masked man? Of course. The Lone Ranger had a mask that covered his eyes, not his mouth and nose. But the president says if he is in a tight space with people and social distancing is not possible. He would wear a mask. We've we've only seen him wear one once, and it was actually T. M Z photograph of the president wearing a mask goingto stop in Ypsilanti, Michigan. But other than that he has not been seen in public wearing a mask, and he said at the time that he wouldn't give the press the satisfaction of him. Being seen in a mask those even fourth of July weekend coming up the president doing some traveling tomorrow. He's going tomorrow to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, and there's going to be 1/4 of July fireworks display there. Tomorrow night's a lengthy trip. In fact, we don't expect him back at the White House until the very early morning hours of Saturday, but he's going to be flying out there and they're going to be putting on a fireworks display at Mount Rushmore. The first time in more than a decade that that will happen. The National Park Service stopped doing fireworks displays of Mount Rushmore because of the fear that embers from the fireworks might spark a brush fire or a wildfire. But the National Park Service over the last several months in preparation for tomorrow's event, as we're doing controlled burns of the forest to aim to prevent that. The governor of South Dakota said this week that there won't be any social distancing at tomorrow night's event. Alright, thanks Steven CBS News White House correspondent Steve Important New Jersey's unemployment rates hovering at a record high 15% and that has triggered a federal mandate. To extend benefits for jobless workers for up to five months. Here's K y w Kristen Johannsen, the Garden state qualified for the extension after meeting federal requirements. Typically, someone unemployed can get 26 weeks with the pandemic unemployment and extra 13 weeks now an extra 20 weeks on top of that for regular unemployment, equaling up to 14 months, says new jerseys. Labor Commissioner Robert Acero. Angelo you're currently receiving about his austere 26 week or your additional 18 weeks. There's nothing else you need to do. You will then extend onto your additional spending minister weeks when that exhaust automatically, But for those on the pandemic unemployment assistance, which is for the gig, workers and independent contractors away applicants We'll only get seven weeks of that $600 extra ends the end of July and Congress has yet to pass any additional Simula CE money as far as going back to work, a Sara Angelo warns. If you were called, you have to go back. As long as that Walker is. It has the ability to feel safe in the workplace. They are required to go backto work There are ineligible for unemployment. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News RADIO South Florida Airport cops off the job after video showed him hitting a woman during an argument. Video shows the woman arguing with Miami airport police.

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"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of more Corona virus restrictions being lifted in the state of New Jersey. The governor there. Phil Murphy is reminding residents to remain vigilant. That story from our Mike DiNardo with museums, bowling alleys, casinos and outdoor amusement parks. Reopening Governor Murphy is urging residents not to let their guards down when it comes to wearing masks and keeping social distance. More than 15,000 people have died from the Corona virus in New Jersey. Watching the number of new cases surgeon the rest of the country, Murphy said. He doesn't want to see that happen in New Jersey, and that's why he walked back plans to allow indoor dining to resume. Even one knucklehead bar could ruin it for everyone. It only takes one match to start a wildfire and it only takes one infected bar Gore to invite or ignite, Rather, a covert, 19 flare up. That then shuts everything else all back down. As for July 4th celebrations, Murphy advised residents to use common sense, avoid indoor gatherings and to wear face coverings. Mike DiNardo. Okay. What Beverly NewsRadio and staying in New Jersey for this next item unemployment there now hovering at a record high 15% and that triggers a federal mandate to extend benefits for jobless workers for up to five months. Details on how that's going to work from Cabo W's Christian Joe Hansen, the Garden state qualified for the extension after meeting federal requirements. Typically, someone unemployed can get 26 weeks with the pandemic unemployment and extra 13 weeks now an extra 20 weeks on top of that for regular unemployment, equaling up to 14 months, says new jerseys. Labor Commissioner Robert Acero. Angelo you're currently receiving about his austere 26 week or your additional 13 weeks. There's nothing else you need to do. You will. Then extend onto your additional spending minister weeks when that exhausts automatically, But for those on the pandemic unemployment assistance, which is for the gig, workers and independent contractors away applicants. We'll only get seven weeks of that $600 extra ends the end of July and Congress has yet to pass any additional Simula CE money as far as going back to work, a Sara Angelo warns. If you were called, you have to go back. As long as that Walker is. It has the ability to feel safe in the workplace. They are required to go backto work There are ineligible for unemployment. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. We're learning more denied about the disappearance and presumed death of Vanessa G and a missing US female soldier at Fort Would the army now says One military suspect took his own life on Tuesday them in Colleen, Texas. Another suspect, a civilian is in custody announcement came after an emotional news conference. With me in sister. I want to be shut down. The bishop down every single one of them because they're staying quiet, protect. They want another more now from correspondent Tom Hanson, the GAN family attorney says the soldier who allegedly committed suicide once watched gin shower at the base. But she never reported the incident to authorities out of fear it would hurt her career. Investigators had no direct comment on the sexual harassment allegations. In a statement, the Army Criminal Investigation Division says We have made significant progress in this tragic situation and are doing everything possible to get the truth and bring answers to the family of private first class Vanessa again. There was still a lot of investigative work to be done and we ask for the public and media is patient's private first class Vanessa Geun disappeared two months ago. Partial remains have been found, but they have not yet been positively identified. It's 10 or seven. Mexico's president confirmed that he will travel to Washington, D. C on July the eighth for his first face to face meeting with President Trump. It was Mexico's president who proposed the meeting to President Trump to celebrate the new U. S. Mexico Canada agreement in effect As of today, Cominto presented me with some love for my job. Mexico's foreign minister called USMC, aka a major achievement, which provides economic certainty needed more than ever in this time of pandemic, Adrian barred. CBS NEWS Mexico City A drug decided with Walt Disney World in a ruling that the theme park can refuse to give unlimited front of the line passes to an autistic man whose mother says the accommodation should have been made under the Americans with Disabilities Act. U. S District Judge and Conway ruled last week that it was quote unreasonable to give Donna Borman son such accessing it was ripe for abuse. Foreman filed the lawsuit after Disney World changed its policy on disabled guests back in 2013. Change followed reports of tourists hiring people with disabilities to help them go to the front of the line and ride multiple times. It's 10 09 construction south on the Roosevelt Boulevard will get the details on that and help you get around it while we check in with Kyrie Moses for traffic on the tubes..

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"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Twenty one of the partial government shutdown and among the many locations for where federal employees are working without pay international airport things going out there. Here's KYW's at several points in the early morning hours here at the terminals DNA checkpoint the line to get screened was very long looked like it was the day before thanksgiving. Now, there have been reports of a lot of TSA workers calling out sick across the country, but TSA public affairs official on Twitter said overall there was only a one percent increase in callouts compared to this time last year. Now, we don't know what the exact numbers are here in Philadelphia. But the official did say passengers here have you been affected too much with the screening wait time no longer than seventeen minutes last check on Wednesday. Whatever the case TSA employees are working without pay. And so our air traffic controllers national air traffic controllers association spokesperson, Dan, McCabe, says the shutdown has put them in a very tough spot. You're already in a highly stressful in a very stressful job. And now when you go home, you're thinking about how am I gonna pay my mortgage? How am I gonna pay for childcare? It changes the dynamic at the dinner room at the dinner table for the families of the controllers the FAA put out a statement saying safety. Is still there priority. The agency says it will recall engineers and inspectors as needed at Philly international. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio. It is an option for federal workers wondering whether next paycheck's coming from could file for unemployment. David Madden takes look ironic perhaps at the same federal government. That's not handing out paychecks to eight hundred thousand workers is able to turn around an issue an unemployment check too many of them. But that's the law. New Jersey's actively encouraging effected federal workers to sign up labor Commissioner Robert Acero Angelo says a few thousand residents could do just that route five hundred applied for unemployment benefit who won whatever word out. Once you apply. It takes about two weeks before a check is issue nor in New Jersey's case of bankcard. Of course, once the shutdown ends, and you go back to work responsible for returning any money. If you get back paid for the for low period, if you don't do that chances are you'll be tracked down, David Manton KYW, NewsRadio three months after she vanished and her parents found shot dead in Wisconsin home thirteen year old Jamie clause has been found alive in a remote area counties away, reportedly after she asked for help from a woman walking a dog twenty one year old fake HAMAs. Patterson now. Charged in the crimes, Barron county sheriff, Chris FitzGerald, says officers never gave up hope. There was no reason to give up hope that tree lighting ceremony at the school. Those kids believed in when kids believe it's easy for adults to believe loss respond when she told the woman who she was and that he had been abducted clause in the woman went to another woman and called nine one one. She gave police a description of Patterson's car, and he was later arrested. Controversial, but it turns out to be legal men bringing child brides into the US. The government is approved about five thousand petitions by adults for minors in foreign countries. And according to the Associated Press about three thousand for minors petitioning for adults during the past decade, critics say that enables forced marriages, so the adults can get US citizenship. But it's all legal because the law doesn't set age limits approval depends on whether the marriage is legal in the perspective. Spouses, home country and the state where the petitioner labs. Peter King CBS news. To.

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"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"robert acero" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You're a furloughed federal worker, and you're wondering just wear your next paycheck is coming from you could file for unemployment. David Madden report ironic, perhaps at the same federal government. That's not handing out paychecks to eight hundred thousand workers is able to turn around an issue and unemployment check too many of them. But that's the law. New Jersey's actively encouraging affected federal workers to sign up labor Commissioner Robert Acero Angelo says a few thousand residents could do just that route five hundred reply for unemployment benefits who make sure whatever ward. I once you apply takes about two weeks before a check is issue door in New Jersey's case of bankcard. Of course, wants the shutdown ends and you go back to work. You're responsible for returning any money. If you get back paid for the for low period. And if you don't do that chances are you'll be tracked down, David Manton, KYW NewsRadio. Well, what a story here. Three months after she vanished and her parents. Profound shot dead under Wisconsin home. Thirteen-year-old candy clause has been found alive in a remote area two counties away this after she asked for help from a woman walking a dog twenty one year old cake HAMAs. Patterson has now been charged in the crimes, Barron county sheriff Christmas, Carol says his officers never gave up hope on finding the girl. There was no reason to give up hope that tree lighting ceremony at the school. Those kids believed when kids believe it's easy for adults to believe loss was found when she told a woman who she was and that he'd been abducted Clawson, the woman went to another woman's house and called nine one one gave police a description of Patterson's car, and he later is arrested. Military officials say the withdrawal of US soldiers from Syria is now underway spokesman for the US coalition fighting the Slavic state group Colonel Sean Ryan says the US has started the process of a deliberate withdraw from Syria in a statement Email to the Associated Press Ryan declines to discuss specific timelines or locations or troop movements out of. Concern four security. The US has around two thousand troops in Syria. Those troops have worked alongside the US backed Syrian Defense forces to fight Islamic state fighters since two thousand fifteen hundreds of foreign ISIS fighters have been captured in Syria, and what to do with them has become a problem for the Trump administration that Britain based Syrian observatory for human rights, which monitors the conflict in Syria says the withdrawal began last night a convoy of about ten armored vehicles. It says in addition to some trucks pulled out of Syria northeastern town of remained into Iraq. Scott Carr, Washington. It is controversial. But it turns out to be legal men bringing child brides into the US. The government is approved about five thousand petitions by adults for minors in foreign countries. And according to the Associated Press about three thousand for minors petitioning for adults during the past decade, critics say that enables forced marriages, the adults can get US citizenship. But it's all legal because the law doesn't set age limits approval depends on whether the marriage is legal in the perspective spouse. His home country and the state where the petitioner labs. Peter King CBS news. Thirty two degrees. Going up to thirty five.

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