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Winter Storm Disrupts COVID-19 Vaccinations, Closing Clinics
"80. Well, the snow that steamrolled across much of the country stopped some covert vaccine shipments in their tracks. Maybe CBS is Sean Adams is in White Plains. Wicked winter weather across the country has delayed covert vaccine shipments. That means postponed appointments. The state run site here in White Plains, opened up Friday morning. Westchester County South Department. It had to reschedule. People. County Executive George Lattimore expects it will take 3 to 4 days to work it out, so it's going to create a logistical problem is going to create some long lines and people going to think. Well, you're just organized. But we were gonna have have to move a lot of people through a fairly, you know, defined area in order to make the covert Rockland County Self department also put off several clinics, County executive Ed Day says they're reaching out to people is no need to Russia if we call you to come down. For an appointment. That means we have your vaccine and we just ask you some orderly approach to make sure everybody gets gets in and out as quickly as possible regarding the second vaccine dose, which is time sensitive, health officials say an extra week or two will not diminish the effectiveness. In White Plains, Sean Adams WCBS NEWS
Latest coronavirus updates in New York: Saturday, February 13, 2021
"The U. S is averaging fewer than 100,000 new covert 19 cases per day. Nation with the current seven day average of 96,609 new cases per day. Reported. The last time this metric was below 100,000 was election day, November 3rd 2020 the latest numbers Here in the city now from Mayor de Blasio 256 new hospitalizations 3696 new cases. 70 average positivity rate in the city at 7.53%. That's according to the city's calculations, which vary somewhat from the states. Statewide numbers from Governor Cuomo saying there's a cove in 19 7 Day average positivity rate dropping. Below 4% they say for the first time since November, 30th 3.99 0% down 51% from the host post holiday peak in early January and 36 conductive consecutive days of decline being marked. Hospitalizations dropping to 6688. They say That's the lowest It's Christmas Day 26% Decline reporter from the post holiday peak in mid January, Additionally, 11 additional cases. Unfortunately, that UK variant or identified here in the state eight here in the city to Suffolk County won Rockland County. And that is the county's first case reporting that variant
New Yorkers who are essential workers in other states can now get COVID vaccine
"Who are essential workers and other states can now be vaccinated under phase one be attention was brought on the issue after a couple living in Rockland County was denied vaccines but were essential school workers in New Jersey. Department of Health made the change allowing essential workers like them get vaccinated, regardless of their jobs, location as a way to get more New Yorkers protected against the virus. So far, New Jersey is still the only state out of the tri state, not vaccinating teachers. Christi collision.
NY Residents Attempted To Get Vaccine At Waterford CVS
"And wrap our heads around the rules for getting the vaccine. You feel for the frustration that we're hearing from a woman in Rockland County we spoke to about an hour ago, Police in southeastern Connecticut had to deal with some angry people who showed up for their shots of the CVS and the town of Waterford, near to London. The local police say about 10, New York residents told police that they were able to schedule their vaccines at the Waterford CVS on the Boston Post road and when they showed up, they were told his New York residents They were not eligible, and this happened to Brenda Warsaw from Rockland County, who tells WCBS 8 80. She made the long trip with her husband and her mother after securing an appointment with CBS, she says online. After I filled out the forms. They send you a confirmation and being a New Yorker. I calls up just to verify that I am a New York resident. Is it a problem? I spoke to the pharmacist. They said no, It is not a problem. You have a confirmation. No problem We had originally had for Monday. But due to the inclement weather, I can't focus. And we scheduled again, so I got a new confirmation. I called up again and they said Fine, no problem. You called the pharmacy and water for twice. No, I actually called three times because I called yesterday before we left just to confirm again. So we got to Waterford. We left here about the 10 after 12. We got there about 2 36 episodes. You know, about two hours we live in Rockland. I am. We stopped at the McDonald literally across the street. And as we're in the parking lot of McDonald's, I get a phone call from the CVS and Waterford. Literally. It's right across the street now saying, Oh, your appointment is canceled because you're not a Connecticut residents and I went ballistic. This apparently happened to a couple of people. CVS says that there is nothing to prevent out of state residents from booking their appointments. But they say that a message pops up stating that people 75 older must live or work. In Connecticut or meet the various other criteria under Connecticut's vaccine program, and Brenda tells us, it's possible that she did miss that message. She says that she was just frantic. She's been looking to get the vaccine and she was worried about being locked out of the process. She says she has tried her doctor County Health Resource is in Rockland County, but has no luck. So she is back now continuing her work to try and find The vaccine, and you can hear the frustration in her voice. It's
Biden signs orders to undo Trump administration's immigration policies
"Look now at president. Biden's latest moves to undo the trump administration's hardline anti immigrant policies in an address from the oval office. Tuesday president biden built on executive orders. He announced during his first week in office by signing three new orders with first action day. We're going to work on. Do the moral of national shame of the previous administration that literally not figuratively river children from the arms of their families and their mothers and fathers at the border and with no plan none whatsoever to reunify children still custody and and their parents. The second action addresses the root causes of our migration to our southern border and the third action. The third order. I'm going to be signed orders. A full review of the previous administrations harmful and counterproductive immigration policies. Basically across the board. One new order establishes a task force to reunify migrant families separated under trump's zero tolerance policy. It'll be led by homeland security secretary a hundred my orcas who was confirmed tuesday by the senate as the first latin necks and immigrant to lead the department. Arcus was born in havana. Cuba is the son of jewish. Cuban refugees from the holocaust biden also ordered a review of the trump policy known as remain in mexico that requires non mexican migrants to stay in. Mexico is their immigration cases wine through court and has left tens of thousands of asylum seekers waiting in dangerous conditions along the border. This is asylum. Seeker marlins speaking to the advocacy group. People without borders boy both in front tariffs about facing homelessness with their family after being sent to mexico most vividly remember when we arrived to the immigration office mexico. They didn't give us a place to sleep or anything to eat. Our children's slept on the floor. That night this comes as immigration and customs enforcement. Ice has deported. Hundreds of immigrants in recent days despite biden's coal for moratorium including a survivor of the two thousand nine thousand nine hundred mass shooting at the el paso texas walmart. She was deported to mexico last week. The woman identified only as rosa had been cooperating in the investigation into the shooting local outlets report. She was apprehended after a traffic. Stop for a broken brake light. This is rose speaking by phone with el paso station. Kvil a when. He told me to go to the police station. They can working my i. I want to call. What would happen every pain. I'm hoping to be there be bad. Be okay the vital. The biden administration is also deported. A man named paul perilous to haiti. Who knew your congress member. Mondaire jones had worked successfully stopped the deportation just weeks ago before biden was sworn in but around three m tuesday morning. He tweeted quote at three. Am my staff woke to an urgent call. Suddenly and in the dead of night ice was set to deport. Rockland county's beloved paul peerless. To haiti a country where he has never been unquote for more. We're joined by two guests in tijuana mexico. Eric opinion does with us an immigration attorney and the policy director for a low laval in english the other side also with us out of bogado senior reporter veal from the center for investigative reporting. We welcome you both to democracy now auto. let's begin with you. Can you explain what's going on. You have these executive actions that are extremely important including one that calls for a halt to deportations. This is the president of the united states and yet hundreds of people have been deported under this new administration. What is going on having me amy. What we're seeing is quite a departure from the previous administration. I don't want a discount. The importance appearances the importance of the way that the president of this country talks about in human being including people who may be detained or deported. we're also seeing a lot of really great language and the commission of a task force Another order to suspend deportations and yet we see a continuation of the same practices that happened under president trump previously endure obama. And i do think that there's a difference. There's absolutely a difference in tone but what we're seeing is for example with the commission of the tasks worse receiving. Dha outing which is at the same agency that separated children at the border. Now tasked with figuring out where where. These families aren't so little unclear. What will happen after that. And i think that a lot of people that have been talking to in in the last day or so since the executive orders announced it doesn't really go far enough and also sets a commission in in some cases a task force for something that allowed people voted on the biden ticket as sort of stood against all of that stood against those families operations to the that we now need a task force to figure out how to move forward with having something in place when by also has the house and the senate of rings hollow from people. Erica i wanted to ask you about your clients. Alvero and his son alvarado junior who just turned nine years old. The little boy said all he wants for his birthday is to be reunited with his father. They've been separated since he was six years old. This is auto speaking to nbc news about the day. The two were separated. An officer told me. Give me your children's things because you are going to different places. And i didn't know what was going to happen to my child. So erica pineyro if you can talk about among the executive orders are this issue of separation. The hundreds over six hundred children still left. It's believed Separated from their parents. In some cases the administration doesn't even know where the parents are in hundreds of cases. They may well be in the united states and another few hundred they may be outside the united states but i mean clearly biden is put a top priority on this because the people serving on this committee or the secretary of homeland security. My arcus just confirmed the secretary of health and human services the former attorney general of california bestseller and the attorney general yet to be confirmed and first lady joe biden.
New York's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Drops Slightly
"A a day day of of improvement improvement on on the the covert covert front front in in New New York York Governor Governor Cuomo Cuomo says says the the test test positivity positivity rate rate is is 2.7% down from 3.4 date. Without focus zones without the micro clusters owns 2.3. That's down from 3.1. The big drop. Micro clusters owns had 4%. Governor added a yellow covert zone and Westchester County it includes Yonkers and New Rochelle Yellow Zone in Rockland County has been expanded.
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"2020 I'm Palmer Dame here. Your three things at 1 45 number one some minor glitches with polling machines in Westchester. County executive George Vladimir tells our Sean Adams there were no major problems number to Rockland County exact day. Tell Shawn There were long lines this morning, but they have dissipated. Ember. Three Reminder Poles in New York State Open till nine They're open till eight o'clock in New Jersey and in Connecticut and public question Number one on the New Jersey ballot is asking voters. If they're in favor of adult use marijuana for residents. 21 older. The author of The proposal, along with the U Boat, say it may take some time W. CBS's Christie collision. State Senator Nick's Qatari compares it to a bakery. If a Baker knows that their customer line will be 100 fold larger than it normally is. They should prepare to make more doughnuts. Legally, it will be ready available. Very quickly. The problem is from my understanding that the facilities that are already licensed are not prepared toe have enough product sell so as quickly as they can ramp up will be as quickly as they will be available Relations senators, Qatari authored the adult use legislation and has spent his entire career in the state Legislature getting adult use marijuana legalized in the state. The New Jersey has been fighting for legalization for the better part of a decade and its executive director of mall, Sinha reminds voters that if passed, it will not be immediately available to anyone who doesn't already have a license. So so I think it's gonna take a little while it's probably going to take several months. The good thing is that we have lesson learned from other states. We know what went right and what went wrong. Next. The Legislature has to establish enabling legislation, but sin has concerned over the potential arrests being made. In the meantime, that is, I think a gross injustice Because there's the potential for mass confusion after November 3rd one, everybody thanks for most people think that cannabis is now legalized. You know, just because people voted yes doesn't mean that cannabis is legalised, Scutari says. It's already in the works. I I anticipate introducing myself a brand new decriminalization bill that I would hope we would be ableto fast tracked right through the Legislature, either with or even before the enabling legislation is ready. Christie COLLISION WCBS news Radio 881 48 WCBS troubling cleans this afternoon traffic and weather together. Connecticut to Jim Feldman will start actually in Connecticut, Paul on the North bound side of I 95 as you're getting past exit 16 in Norwalk, that is ongoing construction. Also, there's a broken down vehicle in that same area as well. So we are seeing some delays. South bound That construction continues. It's been out there most of the day between exit 39 exit 38 2 lanes are blocked bumper to bumper traffic back to about exit 42 in West Haven on Long Island does look like a crash on the Southern state West, bound by exit. 25 1 of six has been cleared eastbound side of the island. He looks like that construction by the Secret Oyster Bay Expressway has been picked up a cz well, but on the westbound side of the ice and leftover the lace from some earlier construction That was by exit 39 in Manhattan, North bound on eighth Avenue with 40th Street, ongoing fire department activity. Only one lane is open right now. And in Queens on the south side of Van Wyck, you've gotta crash at Liberty Avenue Left Lane Center later, both blocked To support a sponsored by Rothman. And why dot com to the outbound George Washington Bridge. The worst approaches. Usual is the cross Bronx westbound starting at Sheridan Boulevard, about a half an hour's worth of delays. The other approaches the Deegan, Harlem River Drive, Henry Hudson Parkway. They're all a okay and also looks good into and out of the city, both at the Lincoln and Holland Tunnel Right now, the offices of Rothman Orthopedics are open with new layers of protection because getting you moving starts with keeping you safe learned. Lord Rothman and why dot com Next Traffic update less than 10 minutes away and WCBS WCBS excision. Weather forecast. Time. Bob Larson is joining us live. It's nice to see a little sunshine out our window. Today It will see some sunshine. The Santa knew not exactly warm,.
Cuomo threatens to withhold funding from schools, local governments that don't follow shutdown orders
"Local governments and schools know there are consequences for violating his shutdown orders in the neighborhoods where the infection rate has gone up if the local government does not effectively enforced the law. We will hope withhold funds from the local government. He's talking about New York City, Orange and Rockland County's The town of Ramapo and the village of Spring Valley were also sending a letter to all schools in the Red Zone. The governor wants to be vigilant on what he calls micro clusters to keep any spread it Bay red zones involved just 2.8% of the state's population. What the governor says they account for more than 12% of all positive test statewide. Julia Papa 10 10 wins news. As for the latest
COVID-19 CLUSTERS: Rates still rising in New York's Brooklyn & Queens hot spots
"And and yellow yellow zones zones will will identify identify Covad Covad clusters clusters in in New New York York as governor, Cuomo reinstates restrictions on businesses, houses of worship and schools with covert flare ups. The new rules will be imposed in parts of Brooklyn, Queens and Orange and Rockland County's. The governor says red zones mean school closures on ly essential businesses open and houses of worship will be limited to no more than 10 people. Restaurants can only offer takeout in delivering gathering. Causes infections. Infections cause a cluster, a cluster causes community spread. The new rules go into effect no later than Friday, the governor making his announcement after Mayor de Blasio expanded the city's watch. Look, the mayor has added South Williamsburg to the watch list list now now at at 13 13 ZIP ZIP codes. codes. Schools Schools have have been been shut shut down down and and nine nine where where infection infection rates rates are are rising, rising, even even though though transmission transmission rates rates in in schools schools are are low, low, Ideally, Ideally, with with a a lot lot of, you know, buckling down a lot of really teamwork and effort by people in communities. You could get this done in just a few weeks. It depends on how soon and how long the infection rate goes below 3% enforcement is a trickier matter. Governor. Cuomo wants a stiffer crackdown goal is to change behavior never, ever wanted to penalize for the sake of penalizing. We wanted to change behavior. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says. There's no directive he's leaving it up to police officers to determine if a summons is warranted if a mask is not worn
COVID-19 exposure alert issued for New City church services in New York
"New worries about Corona virus exposure to Rockland County Church that county's Health department issued an alert after a person who went to three different services at a new city church tested positive. They say this person went to three different Spanish language class services. A Grace Point Gospel fellowship on New Hempstead Road in New City, Friday, September 18th at night in the afternoon on Sunday, the 20th on the evening of Wednesday, the 23rd Anybody who Ted the services is urged to call the Rockland County Health
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The Rockland County executive is leading the effort to keep a convicted rapist and murderer behind bars. The CBS's Sean Adams report, Rockland County Executive Ed Day says a monster is about to get out of prison. He should never be allowed to step foot in Rockland County again. Richard La Barbera has served nearly 40 years for the rape and murder of 16 year old Paula Bove, SG and Pearl River where her mother still lives. La Barbera was paroled last year. He violated terms of release and did more time at day. We have no forgiveness for those who let this this this monster out of jail. But that said, we're demanding that lava buried never breathed air in Rockland County, whether it be by visitation or by residency. So we're asking to put the parole boards to make sure that his parole parole location is nowhere ear Rockland County and that condition of Karol will be said in that if he even Crosses a bridge of the Rockland County. He could be violent and sent back to jail again. Another man convicted for the murder. Robert McCain is still in prison in Rockland County, Sean Adams. WCBS News Radio 80 WCBS News time for 41 Hi. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay. Hey, trombone goes, blah, blah, blah. And you say we'll be fine Carthage options to fit your budget. Then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes state was coming at you Save it's coming out job..
New York's Rockland County issues subpoenas, fines to contain coronavirus cluster
"Cluster in Rockland County Link to a House party last month. County health officials say At least eight people who went to a large party in West Nyack on June 17th testing positive for covert 19 most the victims in their twenties. Officials say somewhere not being cooperative with contact races and they're facing subpoenas. Governor
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Looks like Rockland county is in pretty good shape Westchester checking in with a good ride as well our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS a valid check out this forecast here all right humidity in the air hello matter in the hello Yvonne yeah it's going to be warm as well and stick to you of a living down to seventy two then tomorrow hot and humid again was sun and clouds liberally day shower thunderstorm the best chance of which will be north and west of the city high climbing up to around ninety and with the humidity will feel closer to the mid nineties warn you that it is March night another shower thunderstorm around especially early low down to seventy four warm and humid on Wednesday what times of clouds and sun with a couple of showers and thunderstorms specially in the afternoon here what to watch for gusty winds and flooding downpours hive the day eighty eight partly sunny breezy and very warm on Thursday but not as humid high eighty seven still very warm on Friday was sunshine but not that human height eighty eight sunny to partly cloudy and hot on Saturday high near ninety right now it's partly cloudy temperatures range from seventy three in Elmont to eighty four in Caldwell in mid town in seventy eight going down to seventy two all right thank you Matt you're welcome ten eleven New York Attorney General this is James held a hearing today with NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea to review how officers handled recent protests after the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd he G. product a number of specific incidents including one where two patrol cars drove through a crowd after they were surrounded James has Shea if this was an appropriate use of force I'm not saying that the police car was used as a use of force I am.
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Well and in Rockland county south outside of the New York State Thruway now about a two and a half to a three mile back up getting into the area of the garden state parkway connector that is an accident in the right lane now forecast from the WCBS weather center partly sunny and plans at the center in the humidity still fairly low seventy eight for the high partly cloudy tonight milder than recent nights lows sixty for the city upper fifties across about lying areas then partly sunny to Barbie turning a little more humid slightly warmer high near eighty definitely more here but on Friday a mixture of clouds and sunshine the higher humidity could come a story afternoon thunderstorm Friday side chapter at eighty two degrees we're looking at a warm and humid week add a mixture of clouds and sunshine Saturday again there's a chance of an afternoon or evening thunderstorm particularly north it was the city Saturday's high eighty four low seventies at area beaches temperatures that range from seventy wanted surely to seventy seven in Plainfield seventy four beds Avalon high temperature today reaching seventy eight the latest there from Bob Larson in the weather center more than just a headline this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty New York City gets the green light to start phase two of re opening on Monday protesters are testifying in a virtual hearing about their experiences with police during the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd let reporter Marla diamond Senate Republicans announcing proposed police reform measures Quaker oats is renaming aunt Jemima because of the racial stereotyping over the years with that product sports Serena says she's in for the U. S. open at the end of August sunshine right now seventy four degrees more in the way of humidity back tomorrow in a slow March toward summer this weekend to Wednesday afternoon June seventeenth I Palmer day twelve thirty one WCBS in New York City is on pace now to begin phase two on Monday governor Cuomo with those words saying all the numbers are pointing in the right direction now you look at all the numbers all the numbers are good look at the number of.
Parts of New York Reopen Amid Lower Case Count
"With the number of coronavirus deaths in New York dropping below one hundred for the first time since March the state is now talking about more areas re opening the mid Hudson region including Westchester Rockland county's Long Island all possibly re opening this week governor Cuomo may have more to say about that in his daily press briefing which of course we will cover here on ten ten wins right now though we go to A. B. C. news we get the latest on the national situation I again remind everyone the corona virus is not yet contained says FDA commissioner Steven Hahn in a tweet or he adds that social distancing mask wearing in hand washing will protect us all Dr John eller into infectious disease doctor and ABC news contributor he says taking those steps outside can be even more effective in reducing the risk of the virus the same principles that have kept us safe inside were more likely to be even safer outside because the virus I ate with culture violet radiation and the humidity less likely to to spread however more than ninety seven thousand people in the U. S. have died of covered nineteen the front page of today's New York times listing the names and information of one thousand
2019 saw most anti-Semitic incidents in US in 40 years, tally finds
"American Jews were targets of more anti semitic incidents in twenty nineteen than any other year over the past four decades that is according to a report released today by the anti defamation league it says they were more than twenty one hundred anti semitic incidents including physical assaults harassment and acts of vandalism that's a twelve percent increase over the nearly nineteen hundred incidents in twenty eighteen last year's cases included the deadly attacks at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city a rabbi's home in Rockland county and California synagogue CEO Jonathan Greenblatt described anti semitism as a virus a disease and he says it
New York Weather: 4/8 Wednesday Morning Forecast
"Time for traffic and weather together here on WCBS Wednesday morning gray skies and wet roads out there let's see if it's slowing down here's Jim Phelps it is Paul on the westbound side of two eighty years getting across the Stickle bridge in New York we're seeing some slowdowns building up there we've got delays also eastbound side of the turnpike extension as you're getting across the Newark bay bridge but that's because of roe good work some of the New Jersey turnpike western spur construction on the southbound side after fifteen W. westbound on route three watch for road work between fish house road and county road five awaiting Carney that ramp there's going to be close with this road work in both directions of route eighteen at the John Lynch branch you've got construction blocking the lane and construction also continues in Westchester county on six eighty four it's both directions by exit four it is also both directions by exit seven palisades parkway in Rockland county has road work south bound after exit ten down towards the Thruway and north bound the palisades parkway in Orangeburg by route three oh three wash for some road work that exit ramp to three oh three that's five a that's gonna be closed until about four o'clock
New York state declares emergency due to COVID
"A New York state of emergency governor Cuomo made the formal declaration last night announcing new numbers on corona virus we have twenty one new cases we found sort total of seventy six in the state of New York right now we have eleven in New York City fifty seven in Westchester county to in Rockland county four in Nassau County into in Saratoga county to to in Saratoga county are obviously new now the state of emergency makes it easier for New York to get cleansing and testing supplies and other help firefighters here in the city are being told not to respond a coronavirus cases the lead EMS handle them in New Jersey they still have for patients nineteen more being tested in Connecticut a doctor from New York we saw patients at two hospitals has tested positive nationwide there's been a total of nineteen deaths seventeen of them in Washington state two in Florida more than four hundred cases across the country a correspondent Elizabeth Cohen says there's just not enough testing being done six thousand tests have been done in the U. S. where the novel coronavirus and that's the number of tests done people often have more than one test given so that means that even fewer people have been tested for the novel coronavirus experts say that is not enough that in order to get a full picture of this outbreak you need to do more testing now in the nation's capital they've got their first case memory about a man who's in his fifties is a DC resident started exhibiting symptoms in late February he presented and was admitted to a DC hospital on March the fifth because of lower demand from the virus Amtrak suspended Acela service between New York and DC until may the virus also continues to force the cancellation many large events latest one of pharma forum that was planned for the city today it's been
New York Weather: CBS2 2/28 Friday Morning Forecast
"Now the accu weather exit in four day forecast meteorologist Carl Babinski here with this live report lane on this Friday morning we have a gusty wind and there are some clouds even a few flurries on the odd snow shower and I'm looking at ten ten wins doppler radar these are moved through Manhattan and L. latest ten ten wins doppler radar showing most this activity on long island's north shore and also in Rockland county so just a week upper air disturbance triggering the flurries it's not going to amount to anything in terms of accumulation back to the wind blowing the flurries and snow showers horizontally because the wind gusts are exceeding thirty miles per hour locally so you'll need to prepare for the wind and the cold not worry about slick spots on roads and sidewalks temperatures today will start off in the upper twenties real feels though in the teens later today will recover to about forty one there will be some sunshine but the wind still fairly gusty today so even this afternoon accu weather real feel temperature will be mostly in the mid upper twenties tonight the winds should diminish it'll be in the twenties twenty eight in mid town in fact tomorrow a bit colder in terms of the temperature thirty seven there the clouds as well as some sun but will become milder as we go through Monday and early next week especially early next week by Tuesday will be approaching sixty but there could be some showers right now thirty one cloudy humidity forty nine percent the wind west gusting to twenty miles per hour cloudy thirty one we're headed down to twenty nine in
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"A Monsey in Rockland county yesterday morning something found in the air sickens nearly two dozen students and faculty at Arapahoe high school in the second floor hallway Muncie fire chief Andrew Schlissel chemical odor you people are getting sick throwing up we came here check it out unable to find the exact cause hazmat team we all wanted with be able to self contained breathing apparatus check the scene unable to find the exact cause the goal of the students that were sent to the school district says a student set off a can of pepper spray no major injuries hazmat eventually gave the building the all clear in Ramapo Sean Adams WCBS newsradio eight eighty now the talk of building the new gateway rail tunnel under the Hudson River and fixing up the existing old pair which is at least happening now talking that is between federal transportation and local congressional leaders the new total would take seven to ten years to build a mock transportation secretary Elaine Chao thinks there should be two tunnels she also thinks repairing the current one built in nineteen ten can happen while the new one is built shouts as what governor Cuomo didn't regard to fixing the L. train Canarsie tunnel should be applied here we wanted to get back on his idea get sales experts to come and look at the Hudson tunnel to see how we can in the interim the parrot and so because this is a major issue speaking at a house Appropriations Committee hearing New Jersey congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman responded we very much want a briefing yes what that means yes that would be accomplished when it would start along with Kate Chow also noted the existing tunnel still hasn't met the medium high rating to be eligible for federal grants money it's gotta get hired Mack Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eight we'll check traffic and weather together in a minute you know these overnight construction projects will see if they're hurting anymore affecting any traffic flow is three oh seven I think you missed the winning dunk and cost your team a championship what are your thoughts Mr whose mobile got for free Samsung galaxy A. twenty phones so even when we lose I still with Isaac the fans are burning your jerseys.
Coronavirus: 2 New York City residents in self-isolation
"People people who who live live in in the the same same household in Rockland aren't self isolation for possible exposure to the coronavirus Rockland county health commissioner Dr Patricia snowball reports spoke with ten ten wins about this or not L. they are a symptomatic just because they returned they need to be quarantined for total period of fourteen days after they've left China and during this time we monitor them for any for symptoms of which they have not demonstrated to date
New York City: Felony Charges Filed Against Suspect In Stabbing Death Of Library Security Guard
"Twenty we're learning that the security guard who was stabbed to death in a library in Rockland county had told the suspect in the murder to turn down his music and discussion is getting underway about some new security measures as we hear from W. CBS reporter Kristi completion she is it only being remembered for working to keep library go we're safe but for her helpful nature at the end of this this act where she was murdered that she was actually trying to help this goes out that's the type of person soccer was state senator David Carlucci and officials are considering new ways to improve security at the Finkelstein library like possibly changing the libraries infrastructure or training security guards on how to be prepared for an attack like the one that took place on Tuesday Carlucci an official suspect mental health may have played a role in a look at best practices around the country we want to make sure that we don't work further stigmatize mental illness we want to make sure that the doors are open twenty five year old Blanchard laden is facing second degree murder charges in the stabbing the library will be closed until the twenty
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Light traffic of the Thruway in Rockland county looks good on the Tappan Zee Westchester checks in with a good ride and an easy ride on ninety five in the merit in Connecticut now time to check in with meteorologist bill taker in the W. CBS weather center a warm front approaching from the west will bring us a very mild start to the work week to week and ends on a fairly mild notice wells we go well to the forties today with the breeze we'll see clouds and sun this morning fading behind clouds this afternoon rain showers around late the day high forty four after an evening shower clearing today low thirty nine tomorrow the sunshine out much while they're high fifty six we're still mild on Tuesday despite plenty of clouds a high of fifty five thirty six degrees of light rain it's foggy two wins Central Park thirty eight degrees in Garden City thirty six in Bridgewater WCBS news time six thirty more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty the first coronavirus death outside of China has been reported in the Philippines a patient with a suspected case of corona viruses being tested at Bellevue hospital the democratic presidential candidates are doing final campaigning ahead of tomorrow's Iowa caucuses it's Super Bowl Sunday it's Kansas city and San Francisco in Super Bowl fifty for the Knicks beat the Pacers ninety two sixty nine the nets Lewis to the wizards one thirteen one oh seven the Rangers shut out the red wings won nothing the devil's fall to the stars three two in overtime light rain thirty six degrees on Sunday February second good morning I'm Tania Hanson WCBS news time six thirty one one person is in isolation and being tested for a potential case of corona virus in the city it's the first suspected case here it might sound like a different sickness fever cough shortness of breath.
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In Rockland county of exit sixteen in Rockledge at a construction project there and the right lane is closed and I would like shopping up they lasted ten minutes on WCBS now let's check out this forecast here good morning matter in the good morning live on it looks like we have a little bit colder weather on the way for the early morning hours under mostly cloudy skies of a load on a thirty then later today during a mostly sunny high forty two clear to partly cloudy and cold Wednesday night well I have a low of twenty five in mid town over teens across some of the outlying areas and Thursday sunny to partly cloudy hi thirty eight a little bit milder on Friday with intervals of clouds on my live forty four mostly cloudy Saturday with a chance for liberator wet snow high forty four and then clouds of sun on Sunday and high of forty two right now it's mostly cloudy temperatures range from thirty three in every did the thirty seven and landed in midtown is also thirty seven going down to thirty all right thanks Matt you're welcome it's one ten A. M. the man accused of stabbing five orthodox Jewish people at a Hanukkah party the weekend after Christmas in Muncie Rocklin county still held in a federal lockup without bail but now the lawyer for thirty seven year old Grafton Thomas asked just to hold a competency hearing for Thomas because the attorney said Monday that a psychiatrist found Thomas incompetent to stand trial on federal hate crime charges the court gave the US attorney's office two weeks to respond to the competency hearing request Thomas is also facing state charges for attempted murder one of the five victims will seriously hurt seventy two year old Joseph Newman still in a coma with a fractured skull a teenager from the Jersey Shore town of Long Branch still locked up after pleading not guilty to murder and weapons charges accused of shooting.
Metro-North Train Strikes Tractor-Trailer In Rockland County
"Metro north officials say the port Jervis line should be fine for this morning's commute after a train smashed right through the trailer of an eighteen Wheeler last evening and Sloatsburg Rockland county there were some delays last night up to train started running
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"Ninety five Rockland county were pretty good the Tappan sea moving along pretty well and something still pretty slow going up the new England's way that crashes here heading up into two eighty seven now meteorologist bill taker in the W. CBS weather center the rest of our Saturday we'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine breezy and unseasonably warm my sixty seven breaking the record of sixty three from nineteen seventy five windy and warm tonight with rain at times even thunder late low just sixty and then for your day tomorrow windy with rain at times early then some sunshine after a record high of sixty six early fall to the fifties Monday much cooler partly sunny with a high of forty eight were already at sixty one degrees we have a partly sunny sky in lower Manhattan fifty two in Howard beach fifty eight in Nanuet W. CBS news time ten thirty more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty two US troops have been killed in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan record breaking warmth is expected this weekend Brooklyn's Jewish neighborhoods will be getting more security cameras the Rangers at Saint Louis the islanders whose Boston the devil's skate in Washington in playoff football it's Minnesota at San Francisco and Tennessee at Baltimore partly sunny sixty one degrees on Saturday January eleventh good morning I'm Tania Hanson W. CBS news time ten thirty one two American service members have been killed in Afghanistan the military says their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in Canda her province today two other service members were injured this is CBS news military analyst my clients the location of these deaths tells me they were training and possibly doing a counterinsurgency mission the roadside.
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"Foundation of Rockland county's community relations council thanks so much for joining us my pleasure it is three forty eight now W. so check talk to John McLaughlin thank you Maria on seventy eight the westbound side getting between exit thirty three and twenty nine this construction the two right lanes are blocked along with the ramp to two eighty seven all that close until six o'clock that could cause some issues later on as the morning rush begins but you can avoid it go with twenty two instead no delays on either spur of the turnpike looking good on the parkway heading all the way from the Cranford up to a mile walk and it two eighty seven approach coming off of the Tappan Zee bridge up into the palisades park was a good bit and then further east over into Porchester no delays same story on a hunch the New England Thruway and the Boston post road as they head to the Connecticut line when you get into Connecticut no problems on the Merritt parkway the post road or ninety five looking great along island in queens are some construction cone set up over by the Kew Gardens interchange the eastbound side of the Grand Central parkway that is going to have what road work going on until five o'clock taking out the left lane on the road on the ramp to the north fence and the van Wyck and both ways the Jackie Robinson of the queue going to change the ramps from the Grand Central then like have all lanes closed until five so expect that the cause some delays as they pick it up the battery park underpass remains close until five o'clock and sixty fourth street should be wrapping up soon between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue all lanes are closed but only for another few minutes on a traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS all right now the forecast looking a mild for our new year's evening here's meteorologist Matt ready with our full forecast for the early morning hours of read mostly cloudy and breezy whatever your steady or.
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"Rockland county New York five been stabbed by celebrating Hanukkah and a rabbi's home in Muncie Joseph block was inside the house during the attack on Saturday night took out his life's work from a hole in the side of it hitting people back and forth nothing this ending this trend after me when they came out here is going to have to me Hey you all get you just yesterday the NYPD announcing they would increase presence at heavily Jewish areas like Brooklyn falling nine anti semitic attacks over the past two weeks in Washington the impasse between lawmakers continues as house speaker Nancy Pelosi withholds articles of impeachment from the Senate until she sees what the trial will look like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell calling the move absurd and AP female athlete of the decade is Serena Williams winning a dozen grand slam singles titles and staying in championship form despite health issues your mother hood and a near death medical emergency this is ABC news okay Americans turn first in the morning to start their day your good morning American good morning given robin in the morning with a D. B. C.'s Good Morning America we're wrapping up or rank in this show up yeah this was happening I don't know if you saw Megan.
"rockland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Delays southbound thru in Rockland county as you come past the garden state parkway get past exit twelve in your back up to speed extravagant it is less than ten minutes away WCBS let's get the five day weather forecast now here's meteorologist Courtney spammer sunshine continues a mixed with a few clouds as we go through this afternoon while it's warmer than where we were yesterday we're seeing less humidity as those temperatures get at most of the lower eighties later this afternoon we'll continue to see a few clouds around for tonight but dry weather continues the low of sixty six degrees the clouds mixing with sunshine for tomorrow another warm day with a high near eighty but late in the day we could see a pop up shower that lingers into the early evening hours it turned out dry by Tuesday lots of sunshine but noticeably cooler and a comfortable day a high of seventy three degrees will be again you're seventy three on Wednesday with plenty of sunshine sunny skies expected Thursday a high of seventy five in Teaneck it's eighty one degrees in Yorktown heights seventy eight and here in lower Manhattan fair skies and eighty one degrees W. CBS news time two fifty the MTA will likely spend about fifty billion dollars on its capital plan but. how the money will be spent remains a mystery writer groups want to see more vocal input from the man who oversees the agency EE CBS's Peter Haskell reports a survey of four hundred commuters by the writers a line shows the top P. she was delayed the advocacy group points more money spent an upgraded signals Mitchell white rags to tune five trains from Brooklyn I get paid by the hour at my job when I can get to work on time that's money I'm losing to other issues here's stations that frequently flood in those that need elevator Rebecca Beilin of the writer's alliance wants governor Cuomo to stand up for them we think his priorities are a little out of whack and also he needs you need to remember that we're holding accountable because of congestion pricing fees balances the MTA's flush with cash. yeah outside the governor's office Peter Haskell W. CD as newsradio one eight eight eight for the first time in seventy years Beatles fans can visit the actual strawberry fields. saying. inspired by the garden in a salvation army orphanage near John Lennon's home in Liverpool the building is stood in disrepair since being shuttered in two thousand five. on Saturday strawberry fields we open as a combination Beatles the museum and resource center for people with special needs Lennon said that as more the homes playground was a calming space for him the center hopes it will provide the same experience for guests W. CBS news time two fifty two. hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans America's largest mortgage lender I've got great news mortgage interest rates have dropped so if you're thinking about buying a home right now is the time to lock that low rate even before you find.
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"Twenty eight and were sponsored by subway and here's Jim Feldman about that song parkway pad north bound at exit twenty five for route nine a in Hawthorne there is an accident the ramp right now is blocked elsewhere in Westchester little slow on the northbound punches you getting up to the cross county parkway in Rockland county north bound on the Thruway issue coming from two eighty seven on that ramp that goes from two eighty seven on the southbound side of the through a looks like there's some construction so it's actually causing delays going back into my well both on two eighty seven and also on route seventeen and there are also slowdowns on the southbound side of their parkway in Connecticut you got that construction southbound after exit twenty eight to watch out for and northbound Elise toujours approaching exit thirty five in Stanford and that is also construction the trouble continues on Madison Avenue between sixty eight and sixty first far apart activity and also on sixty First between park in Madison on going far department activity to sell still a couple of lanes blocked both on Madison Avenue and also on sixty First Street southbound on the F. T. are a little slow you're getting towards the fifty ninth street bridge it's really north bound as you getting up to the arcade Triborough bridge where there are some delays looks like it is all construction and same on north on Harlem river drive on that ramp to the op and GWB that's building up it's about a ten minute travel time as of right now you're looking at a travel time of the west bank cross Bronx of about forty five minutes now starting at Westchester Avenue heading to the Alexander Hamilton bridge your CBS Jews John Marshall in the latest weather forecast and Jim a fine Friday across the tristate area it does not get better than this latter July forecast for today under mostly sunny skies getting up in the mid eighties.
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"Rockland county officials offering free measles shots at the Muncie. Wick office on Robert pit drive closing out a week that saw the total number of cases in the county climb to one hundred and eighty county health Commissioner, Dr Shirley to ambler says vaccines or one of medicine's most effective tools there also vulnerable populations that are unable to receive axiom. And they rely on herd immunity that routine vaccination provides in Westchester county. We learned this week of eight confirmed cases the county's health department offering vaccines at the health department's office on court street and White Plains James flippin NBC, News Radio New York. Facebook reports it spent more than twenty two and a half million dollars on security for CEO, Mark Zuckerberg and twenty eighteen that's more than twice as much as what the social media giant spent the year before sucker Burgum self draws a salary of one. Dollar a year and over the county. Herbal drug is being linked nearly a hundred overdose deaths. I've report by the CDC released. Thursday says Creighton was listed as a cause of death in ninety one overdoses in the US in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen premiums have plan Cronin southeast Asia this often sold in powder form, and it's commonly used to ease opioid withdrawals. Fatigue and other ailments. This ADC says that in about eighty percent the desktop to create them the person had a history of using other drugs as well. Lisa Carter, NBC, News Radio Atlanta. The Walt Disney company is hinting at cutting more jobs after its acquisition of twenty th Century, Fox Disney. Ceo Bob, Eiger says the company has only just started making global layoffs as it works to incorporate its newly acquired assets Disney's executives expect two billion dollars in savings as they cut business segments or employee's that were duplicated deem you chill. NBC News Radio America. Are always on the move there in the car or at the office or working around.
"rockland county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In Rockland county, grew to eighty seven confirmed cases officials told NBC four New York that parents were notified on Friday that a child who attends Hempstead elementary school was among those confirmed cases, although some unvaccinated children have been asked to stay home during the outbreak. The officials said they learned of this case after the twenty one day incubation period. So no further action was taken New Yorkers are remembering president Herbert Walker. Bush the forty first president died Friday night in Texas at eight ninety four former Staten Island congresswoman, Susan Molinari says she and her family were close with the bushes. George Bush got elected president he invited us over to see. The White House and even brought us up stairs to the family part of the house. And then once I got elected to congress, I served under him is just an incredible incredible person. Ed Cox, the head of the New York Republican committee says Bush always did what was right for the country before he did what was right for himself. The always was very easy to work with mayor. De Blasio has ordered all flags lowered across the city to honor Bush, forty one no one Laden for seven ten w o war. The just salad eatery in Rockefeller Center is now closed after a customer posted video of mice running through the restaurant's kitchen health inspectors were at the restaurant yesterday, the CEO of just salad. Nik caner initially blamed Rockefeller Center for the rodent problem Kenner says rodent activity has been a struggle at the underground concourse in general. A man hunt is underway for prisoner who escaped police custody in Brooklyn this morning police say twenty four year old Tyrone Johnson was taken into custody shortly before four thirty AM and was being TRAN. Sported to the local precinct in a marked police squad car, but led the vehicle on foot and rear cuffed. Heading south on Thomas Boylan street from the Bonia avenue. Johnson is a black man five feet nine inches tall about one hundred and fifty pounds with Brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing a camouflage jacket and dark color jeans. I'm Terry McCreevy for seven ten w Marriott says it was informed back in September. That some of its Starwood guest reservations database was hacked into and potentially exposed information for five hundred million guests New Yorkers who stayed at Marriott. Hotels, say the chain has to do more to protect them..
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"Rockland county health Commissioner Dr Patricia Rupert says if a non-vaccinated person walks into a room up to two hours after someone infected was in the room. There was a high probability. They will get infected complications include pneumonia, meningitis encephalitis and ear infections. Coach of a use football team in Lawrence, New Jersey has been arrested according to nj dot com. Police say thirty eight year old Brian Carter grabbed a parent and threw him to the ground. To say things spiraled out of control from there with a brawl on the field involving coaches players and some parents Carter has been charged with simple assault. Wins. News time ten thirty five. The reward for info on a missing thirteen year old girl in Wisconsin has doubled. The Barron county sheriff announcing the Jenny o Turkey store where James Denise Kloss worked is offering an additional twenty five thousand dollar reward for information leading to thirteen year old Jamie clause, bringing the total reward money to fifty thousand dollars. Jamie's been missing since her parents were found shot dead in their home October fifteenth. Investigators believe the girl was abducted officials have fielded more than seventeen hundred tips. Correspondent Ryan burrow, former President Obama delivered a fiery speech in Wisconsin today where he ripped into President Trump without mentioning him by name. Mr Obama, Senator recent Trump comment that he would get a tax cut passed before the election. The former president Ben said, congress isn't even in session. He just makes it up on quote. We.
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"And i didn't want any of them so i i saw a job offering in rockland county for the rockland county district attorney's office in that job was working in connex taskforce you know i just started police work so i worked in a test for us with the state police in rockland county and i learned a lot narcotics and things of that nature you win undercover i went deep deep undercover there with the tacit was six of us there was state police myself one other m y p fella who got laid off orange county spring valley and a couple of other areas of rockland county where they had their own police departments and we'd go they they say pick a place and we do self generating cases like we'd go down route three or four in rockland county and we people we'd pick up for hitchhiking and they talk to us and we make conversation and develop a report and next thing we know to tell us where we can get some good the we back this is seventies back into yes yes drug crazed seventy crazy yeah but then it expanded i'm telling you they were they were telling us this there was this hot tow truck on one of the routes in rockland county that would sell entice sticks and hash and if you really want some good stuff you have to know the code so we would go there every day and by hotdogs and got to know the guy and eventually after a couple of months we learned the code was i want some sauerkraut and mustard or whatever it was and he'd give you tie sticks will marijuana on top hotdog and we'd be buying from him we buy and stuff left and right all over rockland county but.
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"Use a fullback this season so shane smith might actually be busy during the nfl season this fall but shane smith hit eleven home runs to win the homerun derby and most of them were hit you out of rockland county frankly he is an un i guess he played only in high school but he he's an unbelievable header andrew adams was not able to defend his title because shane smith was hitting bombs all over the place the landon collins game does benefit the jay fund the tom coughlin jay fund and tc showed up tom coughlin showed up members of the forty two and forty six teams ran over they were on the field at that point because the game had just started or was ready to start and they ran over to see him and take pictures and all of that good stuff i only saw him from a distance we couldn't get over there in the time he was there and then he left but he was there for a short time but very nice to see tom show up at an event that benefits his jay fund which does so much good so salty see from a distance last night saw land in and saquon who is going to have to get used to the nickname say quad i believe that is what was on the back of his uniform love seeing the older guys richie soy bert came over to say hello shana hera of course all the lineman were there justin tuck i didn't get a chance to talk to justin but the media talked to justin victor was there i didn't get a chance to talk to him on trial who i of course talked to lots of guys and it was really fun of the current team there were a bunch evan ingram davis webb who might have the funniest home run trot in the world i believe art stapleton social media tweeted out or posted the davis webb home run trot which is just hilarious but he hit a home run so good for him so anyway there are lots and lots of guys there was nice to see a lot of them the ones that i got a chance to olivier vernon i saw for a little bit so it was great to see all of them it really was and they seem to have a good time.