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Fresh "South Philadelphia" from KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "South Philadelphia" from KYW 24 Hour News

"Home, Tim him in is with us at 802 just ahead. Peaceful transition of power at the White House may be possible. After all, we've got the story after we checked traffic and weather on the twos on Sam Clovers back with us, and we have delays on the Scougall Expressway. Eastbound direction. We're slow getting off the north to 02 on rabbit broken down vehicle on that ramp to continue east on this cable expressway. Just got the word from Kevin. They got that out of the way. Delays remain now beyond this going to run into some sun glare. So that's going to be in your eyes slowing you down around Conshohocken and the curve and beyond that, looking okay into center City, Philadelphia, the westbound Spherical Express Wave Jam University to south one laying its by the ongoing construction. Take it out of town west in this cubicle, Its volume traveling from Roosevelt Boulevard out tool around Gladwin. All lanes are open were on P a turnpike so far, it's in fairly good shape. Little volume is you travel on the Willow Grove Interchange Northeast Extension Looks good for 22 is also looking in great shape at this hour. Check other delays South on 95 Heavy round Cotman. Member Jan. The Betsy Ross Perot's right on down the Girard Avenue. The ongoing construction a little bit of a problem on the Ben Franklin Bridge over the past half hour eastbound direction on the downside, an accident. We're here to tell you they were able to get that out of the way we're seeing some heavy true and the Ben Franklin into town is fine. Ben Franklin Walt Whitman Bridge. Walt Whitman is slows to travel out of South Philadelphia, setting up some mid day construction. And some delays in New Jersey north on the 42 freeway jam to the route 55 north on ramp, But beyond that, we're okay. Mass transit on or close to schedule in the Cape Adobe NewsRadio 24 Hour Traffic Center. I'm Sam Clover. Now, the five day with NBC 11th Alert Meteorologist Bill Haley, Bill. Beautiful Morning, but cold out there right now. Yeah, it's still pretty chilly, worth 39 degrees. The temperature has.

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Fresh update on "south philadelphia" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south philadelphia" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Bust You've lost somebody who the heck could blame you for being stressed. But let's not allow that to turn into dividing us even further. Mike DiNardo, Ky Devil E news radio veteran Watergate sleuth Carl Bernstein took to Twitter to specifically out 21 Republican senators, whom he says have privately expressed contempt for President Trump. It was an unusual form of reporting for Bernstein, who with former partner Bob Woodward broke stories that led to the resignation of former President Richard Nixon Bernstein tweeted that the senator's craven public silence had enabled what he considers trump assault on the electoral system. Bernstein says he wasn't violating any oath of journalistic confidentiality, said he came up with this list and talks with Washington dates, lobbyists and federal senators. Republicans for representatives, rather for three of those Republican senators, denied Bernsteins characterization. Ah, sweeping federal indictment accuses 15 alleged mobsters in both South Philadelphia and South jersey of using extortion, drug trafficking and illegal gambling to prop up their crime syndicate. Yw Crime and Justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen tells us the feds claimed the reputed wiseguys were working from Philadelphia to Atlantic City. The feds say Philadelphia's look Coaster Nostra has been revived at the top. Stephen CVM a zone and Dominic Dom Grand a inducted a group of new soldiers five years ago to do their bidding, first directing some to reclaim territory in Atlantic City through illegal bookkeeping and loan sharking. The group of associates ranging from ages 34 to 81 face charges of racketeering, conspiracy illegal. Gambling, extortion and drug trafficking involving feds say heroin, cocaine, meth, fentanyl and pills. Ah, few of the name defendants like Joseph Joey Electric Sir Video are accused of selling narcotics to undercover officers, Another like Louis Louis Sheep, Beretta collected thousands of dollars of unlawful debts, authorities say, and they say some threatened violence. In one instance, they say, seven year old Joseph Malone told someone in the crew to go over there with a baseball bat and hit to collect an unlawful death. Woman alleged victim. If convicted, they could all spend the rest of their lives in prison. Kristen Jo Hanson, k y. W News radio. Well, there are closures on 76 in the Wall Women Bridge Dude overnight roadwork the update from the traffic center next it's 11 09..

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Philadelphia Officials Set To Announce COVID-19 Restrictions Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | Last week

Philadelphia Officials Set To Announce COVID-19 Restrictions Monday

"Announce new covert restrictions on Monday after surging case counts across the Commonwealth as well as across the country. Philadelphia's reporting nearly 700 new covert cases today in statewide health officials confirmed another daily record. 5500 new positive cases. Cable to be Charlotte recess More on how this This is worrying city business owners new coronavirus restrictions could mean less hours for small business. This is restaurants and more Erica Turn, Ellie Burnett, owner of Center City Soft Pretzel Company in South Philadelphia, tells NBC 10. Her business is down 80% this year, forcing her to turn to fund raising efforts. People almost 40 years we've never asked for help from anyone. It was a lot. It took a lot to hit that button to say Please help because we needed. Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley says people should start thinking and acting like they did in March and April. The first thing people should do is fear of the virus. The virus is surging right now, the case counsel higher than we've ever had by a long shot. Farley urges people to wear masks even during small gatherings, and he says extended family should stay home for Thanksgiving dinner. We need to take very strong steps now, so we don't overwhelm our hospital, so they're there. You get the infection. City officials have not said what the new restrictions will entail. Charlotte Charlotte RACE RACE K K

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Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | Last week

Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

"The city is reporting 680 new covert cases today and across Pennsylvania. Health officials confirmed another daily record. 5500 new cases came out of you. Charlotte Reese has more on how this is worrying the city's business owners. New coronavirus restrictions could mean less hours for small businesses, restaurants and more. Erica Turn, Ellie Burnett, owner of Center City Soft Pretzel Company in South Philadelphia, tells NBC 10 her business is down 80% this year. Forcing her to turn to fund raising efforts were proud people and almost 40 years we've never asked for help from anyone. It was a lot. It took a lot to hit that button to say Please help. Cause we needed. Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley says People should start thinking and acting like they did in March and April. The first thing people should do is fear of the virus. The virus is searching right now the case counsel higher than we've ever had by a long shot. Farley urges people to wear masks even during small gatherings, and he says extended family should stay home for Thanksgiving dinner. We need to take very strong steps now. So we don't overwhelm our hospital, so they're there. If you get the infection, City officials have not said what the new restrictions will entail. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news

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Former President Barack Obama Fires Up Crowd At South Philadelphia Rally For Joe Biden

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | Last month

Former President Barack Obama Fires Up Crowd At South Philadelphia Rally For Joe Biden

"Barack Obama campaigned in person for Joe Biden in South Philly last night. Hey, what W's Andrew Kramer tells us this was Ah Drivin rally with a big Hello, Philadelphia. Former President Obama kicked off this 30 minute rally where he stressed over and over again the importance of getting out and voting 13 days until the most important election of our lifetimes. And you don't have to. You don't have to wait. November 3rd to cast your ballot. In fact, he told everyone to vote as soon as possible. He talked Obamacare and how President Trump has been trying to replace it for years to no avail. I got a big reaction when we spoke in favor of the black lives matter, Protests that reaction Ah, mix of cheers and hunks from Johnny King Marino and the rest of the crowd. It's really exciting, and I think what's great is that it's you know, everyone social distancing, they're being really careful. On DH. It's nice that you know politicians would be concerned about the people that are there. Signs everywhere, told people to stay in their cars. But once the former president hopped on the stage ah lot of people got out and headed to the barriers to get as close as possible. Outside citizens Bank Park Andrew Kramer, can one of you news radio. Pope's

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:51 min | Last month

"south philadelphia" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Minutes after the hour congresswoman maxine waters will be very special guest. You do not want to miss it and you didn't want to miss yesterday are forever President Barack Obama Campaign for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. This was in Philly South Philly just outside of Citizens Bank Park President Obama had some choice words for trump. Take a listen. I get that this president wants credit for the economy he. Inherited and zero blame for the pandemic that he ignored. But you know what? The job doesn't work that way tweeting it the television doesn't fix things making stuff up doesn't make people's lives better. You've got to have a plan. You've got to put in the work and along with the experience to get things done Joe. Biden has concrete plans and policies that will turn our vision of a better fair stronger country into a reality. We literally left this White House. A pandemic playbook would have shown them how to respond before the virus restart shores. They'd probably use it I don't know prop up wobbly table somewhere. We don't know where that playbook win eight months into this pandemic cases are rising again across this country. Donald trump isn't suddenly going to protect all of us. He can't even take the basic steps to protect himself just last night he complained up an area that the pandemic made him. Go back to work I'm quoting here. He was he was upset that the pandemics made him go back to work if he'd actually been working the whole time, never would have gotten this bad. So, here's the truth I want to be honest here this pandemic would have been challenging for any president, but this idea that somehow this White House has done anything but completely screw this up is just not true. Now. That's how you talk. That was all. Right here that bitch. Yeah. Come. Off. Yeah. He was so relaxed and calm and confident I mean he's never really spoken like that. You know not really. You know he's always been smooth and cool and know. Yeah, we let him have it. He let him have it fact. He's Can't. Be. tweeting at the television. Had It is Smith. Nine every since you got it off as you try to destroy everything I've done. You spent more time trying to destroy what Obama did. Then pass something that you can claim your own. You've done nothing you inherited an economy that was no recession when you took over. The stimulus package had saved the auto industry, save countless workers and the economy was rolling you inherited that. and then you try to take credit Ford. Played us on the pandemic I. Don't understand why we talking to people get yo ass to the poll in both. Sick and He's asked me to be present you nuts. Nuts. If you don't go to the polling vote, get him Outta here. Sitting here talking about black lives ain't nothing but a Marxist communist movement. Do you know that black people don't give a damn about communism? Can I tell you that we have enough to concern ourselves with communist? What. We were trying to hold them life to just be a mic. Be No damn, Communist. What? Constitution to apply to US but the hair, we're go and go to another one full. When the wall we got ain't even working for us. All Right Steve Yeah, you're right time for today's don't ask me. Ask. For the headline. True. Thank you very much okay who white man from Frederick Maryland is under arrest in facing federal charges for allegedly threatening Democrats Joe Biden Accountable Harris Forty two year old James Dale Reid admitted that he made threats in a handwritten letter left on the doorstep of a home October fourth saying in part quote, this is a warning to anyone reading the letter. If you are a Biden Harris support you'll be targeted. We have a list of homes and addresses by your election signs. We are the ones with those scary guns. We are the ones your children. have. Nightmares about anyway the officials say that letter goes on to threaten violence against the White House candidates and sexual violence against Senator Harris President trump and former vice president Joe Biden go head to head tonight in a final debate Democrat you'll Biden said to now have a much bigger campaign war chest than Donald trump but even while he's lagging in the polls, the trump team is predicting a win this year that the president insisted he'd have when he first won the office in two thousand sixteen to win four more years in the White House. Is the most important election to the history of I feel that way. So strongly soda you that's what he said when he was inaugurated trump says he'll win again because of the enthusiasm of his supporters pointing to the massive crowds at his rallies in key swing states the White House now says it's optimistic by the way about there being a bipartisan agreement on a corona virus relief bill by maybe tomorrow Congressional Democrats. have been talks with negotiators for the trump administration over the last several days working on ironing out their differences. House Speaker Nancy. Pelosi tells msnbc the she's feeling positive about it to pretty happy. I think we have a prospect of foreign agreement I do not believe that has come and gone. We had purpose in the timetable, which is that we would establish where we were. The Democrats have been pushing for a two point two, trillion dollar package. The Republicans only want to spend one point eight, trillion. On, Capitol. Hill. Later today is inactive protests Senate. Democrats, say they intend to boycott the scheduled vote by the Judiciary Committee on approving judge Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to Supreme Court. The committees vote was scheduled for one PM today but now they've switched to nine am and the GOP dominated full Senate is expected to give Judge Barrett its final okay on Monday but that protests is to take place at nine. AM This morning by Senate Democrats Hurricane Epsilon began lashing the coast Bermuda late last night packing winds of ninety miles per hour finally today is National Nut Day. Don't. Sometimes don't back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show you're listening to. Harvey Morning Show. This is finite. A new podcast from iheartradio. They thought. He had Robert did Liz man in this country guys who would not hesitate to blow your Adl? This story from Atlanta Georgia has been reported for fifty years. 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Police: 21-Year-Old Lowe’s Employee Dies After Being Shot 9 Times In South Philadelphia Store Parking Lot

KYW 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | Last month

Police: 21-Year-Old Lowe’s Employee Dies After Being Shot 9 Times In South Philadelphia Store Parking Lot

"Police are looking to surveillance video for clues after an employee of the lows on Columbus Boulevard was shot and killed in the parking lot of that home improvement store in South Philadelphia happened just after one this afternoon. Police say the 21 year old was shot at least nine times

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Breonna Taylor protesters shutdown Philadelphia highway

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Breonna Taylor protesters shutdown Philadelphia highway

"We continue to follow our breaking news as protesters marching for Briana Taylor shut down a major. Philadelphia Highway before demonstrating through city streets there this evening. Soon after Philadelphia police moved in, the group marched off the highway and made their way through the streets of South Philadelphia, witnesses say at one point during the protest group came to a standoff with Philadelphia police at the base of the South Street Bridge before being turned away.

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Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles' offense struggle in loss to Washington

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles' offense struggle in loss to Washington

"For the eagle. So quarterback Carson Wentz get sacked eight times. By Washington's defense birds. Fans were disappointed to say the least. Here's cable W's Shara Day. Howard, You gotta protect cars. In that end of the day. I get to piece together so we can be guys are winning and ugly opening loss for the Eagles to Washington, D. Shawn and his friends. Derek and Brian say they were not only disappointed watching the Eagles play, but they were simply devastated. No, We just got to put the pieces back together. It's a lot of lot of team plagued with injuries didn't didn't protect protect Carson Carson and and Sean Sean could could barely barely compose compose himself, himself, saying saying it it was was also also about about the the decisions decisions made made by by the the front front office office Protected Protected May. May. I I mean, mean, you you seem seem Lane Lane Johnson on the sideline, Andrew, but that's when the front office gotta make their moves. But despite the loss Eagles fans are devoted maybe next week in South Philadelphia charity Howard K. Y W News radio just ahead, worried

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Members of Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet helped hand out boxes of surplus food in South Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Members of Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet helped hand out boxes of surplus food in South Philadelphia

"Governor. Wolves cabinet help with September as hunger action Month after a visit to the largest food bank in the Philadelphia reaching Kyi, W's Paul Kurtz has more on the loading dock here until abundances South Philly hub, State Agriculture Secretary Russell Reading and Human Services Secretary Theresa Miller joined the staff and handing out boxes of surplus food to people who operate food banks throughout the region. It was a symbolic show of support for those agencies that have been strained to the limit. Reading says demand for food has doubled its been pretty steady of 500,000 people a week and a year ago. That was 250 Phil Abundance. CEO Laurie Jones says they're now preparing for another surge and all guess some of the unemployment benefits of the supplemental benefits ended. So we started seeing that need go back up again. And so what we're doing here, Phil Abundance We think food banks were doing across the region across the country are really preparing to meet this need at this heightened level for the long haul. The Wolf Administration says charitable donations are not enough to meet that need. It's calling for a 15% increase in funding for the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in South Philadelphia. I'm Paul Kurtz, K

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Cities Struggle With Garbage Overload During Pandemic

WSJ What's News

03:51 min | 3 months ago

Cities Struggle With Garbage Overload During Pandemic

"Piles of trash on the curb and the summer sun it's a distinct odor and in some cities, the problem is getting worse during the pandemic trash has been stacking faster than usual the Wall Street Journal Scott Calvert has been looking into it and he joins us now. Hey, there Scott I'm mark. How are you doing? Well, let's first talk about the size and the scope of this problem. How much extra trash are we talking about and is this happening in big cities? Small cities? Where's the issue? Sure. So it really happening all over the place big cities, small cities, and the scale really varies. I mean I'm in Baltimore and in July for example, the city picked up fifty. percent more trash in terms of tonnage compared to July of two, thousand nineteen. So that's a huge increase and I think a lot of cities are are seeing pretty big jumps compared to what they're used to, and it's sort of obvious why? Because you know since the pandemic began in March people have been staying home and when you're at home, you're generating a lot of trash tracks. It might have otherwise generated at the office is now coming out of people's homes. It's one of those issues you may not think of instinctively what is the challenge here? Why is it such a challenge? Wise it's such a struggle to haul away the trash why I think it'll be a challenge. Even if the only issue they had was this increased tonnage to deal with the increased volume, but it's actually a double whammy not only do they have more trash to Holloway, but they have fewer sanitation workers to do the work in a lot of these cities, and the issue is that you have a lot of sanitation workers who have come down with the coronavirus or they're quarantining because they've been possibly exposed or some people are simply afraid to come to work, and so the absenteeism essentially is people being out sick is higher than usual. So it's really a double hit more trash fewer workers, haul it away and not only is this an issue of cleanliness and sanitation I. mean, it really underscores the importance of essential workers during the time such as pandemic. That's right. I mean I, think this is one of those areas that people may take for granted. You know you put the trash out on the appoint today and they come and they take it away and you bring the trash can back in and you do it again the next week. So I spoke to to Joan she's a sanitation supervisor in Philadelphia. She's been with the city for thirty three years and you know she takes a lot of pride in the job and she says, she understands the frustration on the part of residents because you know people expect that trash will be picked up. Today and but she said it's too. It's frustrating for them that they that they can't quite deliver. But she said, you know at some point, their bodies have to shutdown, take a breather and then get back up is how she put it. So they're they're doing their best but a lot of people are also scared of the virus worried that they might bring it home to their families. So there's a lot going on for these workers and you know to hear her talent they really are doing their best under extremely difficult circumstances. I think we've all been in our own neighborhood and we see some litter here and they're willing to pick it up. Our community groups or neighborhood associations or even just individuals. Are they doing their part to try to the trash away? If that's even a possibility I don't think there's a lot of that but we definitely found instances where that had been happening. So I talked to the President of a Neighborhood Association in South Philadelphia and on two occasions so far they have rented pick-up trucks and gone around and take in. The trash that should have been hauled away by the municipal sanitation workers and taken that to a city facility basically taking matters into their own hands because they're not sure when it's going to get picked up and the longer it stays out on the street you know the smellier it is the more likely. You are going to attract rodents, things like that. Scott Calvert, thanks for bringing this to light. Thanks for having. Me Mark.

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Cities Struggle With Garbage Overload During Pandemic

WSJ What's News

03:51 min | 3 months ago

Cities Struggle With Garbage Overload During Pandemic

"Piles of trash on the curb and the summer sun it's a distinct odor and in some cities, the problem is getting worse during the pandemic trash has been stacking faster than usual the Wall Street Journal Scott Calvert has been looking into it and he joins us now. Hey, there Scott I'm mark. How are you doing? Well, let's first talk about the size and the scope of this problem. How much extra trash are we talking about and is this happening in big cities? Small cities? Where's the issue? Sure. So it really happening all over the place big cities, small cities, and the scale really varies. I mean I'm in Baltimore and in July for example, the city picked up fifty. percent more trash in terms of tonnage compared to July of two, thousand nineteen. So that's a huge increase and I think a lot of cities are are seeing pretty big jumps compared to what they're used to, and it's sort of obvious why? Because you know since the pandemic began in March people have been staying home and when you're at home, you're generating a lot of trash tracks. It might have otherwise generated at the office is now coming out of people's homes. It's one of those issues you may not think of instinctively what is the challenge here? Why is it such a challenge? Wise it's such a struggle to haul away the trash why I think it'll be a challenge. Even if the only issue they had was this increased tonnage to deal with the increased volume, but it's actually a double whammy not only do they have more trash to Holloway, but they have fewer sanitation workers to do the work in a lot of these cities, and the issue is that you have a lot of sanitation workers who have come down with the coronavirus or they're quarantining because they've been possibly exposed or some people are simply afraid to come to work, and so the absenteeism essentially is people being out sick is higher than usual. So it's really a double hit more trash fewer workers, haul it away and not only is this an issue of cleanliness and sanitation I. mean, it really underscores the importance of essential workers during the time such as pandemic. That's right. I mean I, think this is one of those areas that people may take for granted. You know you put the trash out on the appoint today and they come and they take it away and you bring the trash can back in and you do it again the next week. So I spoke to to Joan she's a sanitation supervisor in Philadelphia. She's been with the city for thirty three years and you know she takes a lot of pride in the job and she says, she understands the frustration on the part of residents because you know people expect that trash will be picked up. Today and but she said it's too. It's frustrating for them that they that they can't quite deliver. But she said, you know at some point, their bodies have to shutdown, take a breather and then get back up is how she put it. So they're they're doing their best but a lot of people are also scared of the virus worried that they might bring it home to their families. So there's a lot going on for these workers and you know to hear her talent they really are doing their best under extremely difficult circumstances. I think we've all been in our own neighborhood and we see some litter here and they're willing to pick it up. Our community groups or neighborhood associations or even just individuals. Are they doing their part to try to the trash away? If that's even a possibility I don't think there's a lot of that but we definitely found instances where that had been happening. So I talked to the President of a Neighborhood Association in South Philadelphia and on two occasions so far they have rented pick-up trucks and gone around and take in. The trash that should have been hauled away by the municipal sanitation workers and taken that to a city facility basically taking matters into their own hands because they're not sure when it's going to get picked up and the longer it stays out on the street you know the smellier it is the more likely. You are going to attract rodents, things like that. Scott Calvert, thanks for bringing this to light. Thanks for having. Me Mark.

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New season, same old Philadelphia Phillies struggles against the Miami Marlins

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 4 months ago

New season, same old Philadelphia Phillies struggles against the Miami Marlins

"Return from a four month Corona virus lay off last night and in South Philadelphia, the Phillies looked rusty in their return. Hey Y W Zed Bank and reports they were almost as quiet as the cardboard cutouts and the seats of the empty ballpark. The Phillies dropped the five to decision to Miami at Citizens Bank Park, despite the law's manager, Joe Girardi talked about the excitement of the season opener as well as the disappointment of coming up short, so happy to be here and I know it's disappointing. We everyone wants to win opening day because you always remember opening day more than day. Three day four day five Aren Noah suffered the loss of the mound mound and and the the Phillies Phillies A A said said it it was was strange strange playing playing in in an an empty empty stadium, stadium, but but that that the the focus focus needs needs to to be be the the same same as as in in any any other other season. season. You You know, know, everybody's everybody's in in the the same same situation situation so so we we can't really Hang our heads that there's not crazy energy in the stance, but at the end of the day, we're trying to get to hit her out. We're trying to win a baseball game, Same as our opponent, Didi Gregorius homered in the loss as the Phillies managed only five hits in in the the the game. game. game.

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Philadelphia Forecast: Steamy temperatures to continue this week

KYW 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Forecast: Steamy temperatures to continue this week

"Hazy, hot and humid as we head to 97 degrees, and then on Monday through Wednesday, more of the same. It's going to be human with temperatures in the high nineties with showers and thunderstorms in the forecast Monday through Wednesday. Right now you're in center City. It's cloudy in 93 degrees 85 in Collegeville, 84 Mount Moral and it's 91 degrees at the Acme on Snyder Avenue in South Philadelphia, sponsored by

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Philadelphia Police: Woman's Body Found In Plastic Container

KYW 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Police: Woman's Body Found In Plastic Container

"A mystery in South Philadelphia. The body of a woman was found this morning in a plastic container covered in plastic wrap on a sidewalk in grays. Ferry long warden on autopsy on the decomposed remains is scheduled for

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"South Philadelphia is currently mostly sunny. 95 degrees. It's on its way up to 97 Good Friday afternoon. I'm J. Scott Smith and our top story at one o'clock, the Fourth of July weekend is upon us. And city officials want people to stay vigilant to limit the risk of spreading covert 19 as cases of once again started to rise around the country. We hear more from what I've used 10 minutes. Pennsylvania is coming off its highest single day total of new cases since May, and there are surges around the country, and if we let out God down, even for just one night, we go into the situation that we're seeing in Texas that we're seeing in Arizona. Karen Brahmins, a biologist from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, says a concerned this weekend will be gatherings, barbecues that are happy. And the potential for overcrowding. When we stop putting together 2030 40 50 people were setting us off up for somebody to be there that is infected and to infect a lot of people. The consensus from health officials is outdoors is safer than indoors. Better chances of people spreading out that way. Fortunately, the weather should cooperate tomorrow with any outside plans mask wearing hand washing, sanitizing also critical, of course, and food and drink will be involved. So officials are stressing caution there. We're not goingto have mosques on if you're eaten. And you're drinking and that allows those droplets from your mouth to land on somebody else and potentially infect someone else. Tim Jimenez convertible you news radio, and they're 1/4 of July tradition that could cause all sorts of issues for veterans. That story is coming up here on K Y W News radio Right now it's 102 when it's time for traffic and weather on the to get a first check with roads in this one o'clock hour with TV Reese Eggs J. There's an accident on the Northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike North bound. We've got traffic backed up for maybe I have a mile here. The delay is between Lansdale and Quakertown. The accident in the right lane. Now we've also got 95 south pounds of slow traffic approaching common to pass common. That's because the right lane is closed with a new traffic pattern. 95 north in Delaware. Heavy traffic to 73 on the way up to the Delaware Memorial Bridge. So you go to the Scougall Expressway where eastbound got some slowing Montgomery to Gerard Heavy It wasn't 30 a street station and now to South Street, But whatever was there was removed very quickly. So things getting back to normal. Not seeing any other issues with Scougall Expressway Blue route for 76 we've got South down heavy traffic on the Rampton 95. Our bridges are in great shape into and out of New Jersey and even our 42 south bound delay. Really? Not bad at all. Just heavy as you approach the Atlantic City Express way, maybe a little bit in the sick reveal area, but on the Garden State Parkway south bound after the sex, I'm slowing and then heavy as you approach see ill if you're traveling through the area. We're heading to Dennis Ville on 47. That's about a 10 minute delay but not hearing of any accidents or anything like that. So back over on the P A side things are moving pretty well on the eastbound Pennsylvania Turnpike near Fort Washington, though we hear that the entire debris all over the right lane, mass transit, no real problems to report your next updates in less than 10 minutes. So be a member of the tea phone force and let us know what you're seeing on the roads. We can pass it along to everybody to 157 24 10 60 as long as you could do it safely. In the K y w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Weeks. Thank you so much TV, and now we go to the NBC 11th Alert Five Day forecast, which is sponsored by the Gloria Dei communities. Here's meteorologist. The sauce now Good afternoon. We are broiling.

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Philadelphia's leaders criticize group 'protecting' Columbus statue

Rush Limbaugh

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia's leaders criticize group 'protecting' Columbus statue

"City leaders denounce grow defending Columbus statue in South Philadelphia so I guess the idea pushed back eight because now what we have we have city governments denouncing groups or trying to push back somebody in group probably Italians trying trying to to defend defend the the Columbus Columbus statue statue Philadelphia Philadelphia city city leaders leaders the the announcement announcement city city leaders leaders have have denounced denounced the the actions actions of a group of people spent the weekend in the early hours of this morning defending the Christopher Columbus statue in Marconi plaza those guarding the statue against vandalism or countered on Sunday by groups who denounced Columbus despite some tense moments in profane comments the crowds remain mostly tame

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Tension Remains High Over Christopher Columbus Statue At Marconi Plaza, Which Philadelphia Says Isn’t Coming Down

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Tension Remains High Over Christopher Columbus Statue At Marconi Plaza, Which Philadelphia Says Isn’t Coming Down

"It was a tense weekend of the Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia a group of people some armed with guns and baseball bats we're trying to protect the statue and had some run ins with those who want to go on to what I'm used to minutes has more for Marconi plaza there are metal barrier surrounding the Columbus statue and police have been keeping an eye on things after what happened over the weekend a large group of people some armed regarding the statute there were arguments at some point physicality between some of them and those who want the statue out of here on Twitter mayor Kenney said armed people protecting the statue quote only bring more danger to themselves and the city he also said they're aware of an assault caught on camera and that's being investigated and during this period of unrest statues of controversial figures have been in the spotlight Columbus critics point to his brutality towards indigenous people others hold the Italian explorer in high regard and say he should still be honored in Camden the city took down its Columbus statue last week in Philly the Frank Rizzo statue was hauled away in the middle of the night a few weeks ago but according to the city there are no plans right now to get rid of the Columbus statue

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Armed vigilantes gather around Columbus statue in South Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 5 months ago

Armed vigilantes gather around Columbus statue in South Philadelphia

"Armed vigilante sourcing carrying baseball bats and gone around the Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia W. Charlotte Reese was there and has the story the debate is about what to do with the Christopher Columbus statue over the past couple weeks controversial statue started coming down across the world due to the civil unrest that includes center city's Frank Rizzo statue and his mural in the Italian market south Philly resident John Fosco says enough is enough they're trying to you grace our heritage okay you're doing the same thing that Columbus day Columbus went in and took away the native Americans heritage for Peter Erickson he remembers learning about Columbus in school but not the entirety of it not the genocide of indigenous people and taking up their land he says having a statue in public symbolizes acceptance I think that the statue should be put in museums don't erase history contextualize history mayor Kenney tweeted saying all the the Chilean Chilean T. T. ism ism is is inappropriate inappropriate he he says says the the incident incident where where a a journalist journalist was was attacked attacked is is being being investigated investigated

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Frank Rizzo mural painted over in South Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 6 months ago

Frank Rizzo mural painted over in South Philadelphia

"Former Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo's mural in the Italian market was painted over less than a week after his statue was removed from center city as we hear from cable I W's just the noodle many neighbors are welcoming the change but the same can't be said for the Rizzo family Jessica lives just a few blocks away from the non painted over mural in the ninth street shopping district she says the base paint job on the building is an upgrade from the bust of results to be Frank we're very excited that this has been taken down I feel like if anything it's just torn the city apart more than it needs to go Jessica this is in order for the city to properly hill they need to move away from images that are hurtful to so many people I'm all for that what does come of it is bring a community together Frank Rizzo's legacy has been so controversial because many look at its policies and views as racist something his son Frank Rizzo junior says cannot be further from the truth he anything that some people are just this all works Jim Kenney my father never got along site owners and developers say they will work together to put a new mural in results

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In Philadelphia, homeless, unemployed line up around block for food pantry

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 6 months ago

In Philadelphia, homeless, unemployed line up around block for food pantry

"New program to feed the homeless and otherwise needy has been gaining a lot of momentum in Philadelphia over the past eight weeks the collaborative effort of nonprofits caterers and philanthropists as we hear from K. Y. W.'s Paul Kurtz forged out of urgent desperation as hundreds of thousands of people hit the unemployment line back in March the initiative known as step up to the plate has grown rapidly according to Broad Street ministry executive director Mike doll L. number two thousand five hundred individuals are getting credit for being prepared by some of our best restaurants and caterers in the region other members of step up to the plate include project home prevention point and the newest partner Simak which just opened a hub outside Francis Scott key elementary school in south Philly C. L. toy when says it didn't take long for word to spread throughout the neighborhood you know we started eleven thirty on a good day they're lined up at ten o'clock and I think one or two days last week the line wrapped around like three you know city blocks most days people can get a full meal on others they can pick up fresh produce and pantry items we got some potatoes onions celery apples you come here every day to get the I mean when I ask a you know when I come from therapy and outcome pants and I see us up in South Philadelphia I'm Paul Kurtz KYW newsradio

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South Philadelphia couple stuck in Peru waiting to return

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 8 months ago

South Philadelphia couple stuck in Peru waiting to return

"For this couples from south Philly but they've been stuck in Peru he went on to use Charlotte russe tells us about their struggle as they try to get back to the states amid the corona virus pandemic the couple says they were on their way to Argentina to celebrate a family member's eightieth birthday when the borders to Lima Peru shot it's been really just exhausting rich levering and his wife serwis Unimin spoke to NBC ten about what life has been like stranded in Peru with their dog don't know for example the quarantine is lifted by the time our hotel reservation and contending for still here it will have a place to stay I looking out the window of their hotel the couple says they can see police and military members on every corner the south Philly couple joins other Americans who are reportedly stranded in Morocco and Ecuador levering says they have tried to contact American officials but we'll just have to wait which side of the list a state department official says the U. S. is considering all options to assist American citizens stuck in a country where air travel has been suspended Charlotte Reese KYW

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In South Philadelphia Johnny Depp became one of the news radio if you use your credit card at a wall why since March we'll have that story coming up traffic and weather on the two's at eleven OO to here's the Reese hello Steve BBC Stevie okay maybe we won't have their the Vine Street expressway is slow getting on the school guilt now we'll go to the eye witness weather forecast five day forecast N. C. B. S. three meteorologist Matt Petersen expect a a nice sunny Friday across the region and the good news for us the whipping winds from Thursday have really died down so while temperatures are still going to be cold as we top out at only thirty seven degrees wind chills all really not be too much of a factor for us today it'll say cold through the overnight tonight with clear skies we drop down to twenty three the first day of winter is Saturday it'll come with a mix of sun and clouds below average temperatures will be topping it out only right around thirty nine no sunshine is gonna be back on Sunday too but so are some seasonal temperatures a higher forty degrees looking pretty good for the birds game up to fifty one with sunshine on Monday and it for Christmas Eve expect temperatures once again in the upper forties right now twenty eight degrees and sunny at the broadcast center going up to thirty seven there's been a data breach at wa wa so if you use a credit card or debit card at one of the stores in the last nine months you may want to check your bank statement they will be used to minutes has the story from Roxborough Wallace says its security team found malware on the company's payment processing servers on December tenth.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y. W.'s at bank in South Philadelphia well not remember how we solved all day yesterday about it's been a fairly clean practice both days and it has been but that was our first dustup if you'll nothing major but of a scuffle start to break apple cooler heads prevailed it did not escalate into anything serious seventeen went back to work highlight of the day so far defense Venditti curry with interception we offer more Jackson the raven starting quarterback defensive that with an outstanding ladies look good in camp certainly let's settle back in your vehicles another injury not to pass along we did see Zac brown walk off the field did not appear to be serious although we are hearing that is something you do this I goalie as a wrapped up was walking around a little bit in the back area and sighed no word of a severity that entry but it does not appear to be serious however he certainly looks like he's done for the day this will probably be the last team real going on right now teens about twenty five minutes away from wrapping this one up what has been I think that you could say successful two days of joint practices for both teams thank you very much K. whatever use that bank in joining us live in this preseason reporters been sponsored by the Mayfair business improvement district exclusive home of the ego birds pregame show make it may fair Aaron nola takes the mound tonight for the Phillies as they battle the red Sox in the opener of a two game series up at Fenway Park nola eleven and three is the are a three point five six red Sox will counter on the ball but left hander Brian Johnson he is one and one this season he has an ERA north of six Phillies sixty four and sixty they come into tonight's game two games out of a.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In South Philadelphia had off because Nick K. whenever you news radio twenty five year old Pottstown minutes to spend decades behind bars as part of the guilty plea to raping his ex girlfriend and stabbing her new lover is K. whatever the suburban bureau chief Jim our show on Animal pleaded guilty to third degree murder and rape and sentenced to twenty two and a half the forty five years in state prison Amil stabbed and killed twenty year old Joshua shoe part in January according to court documents you part was asked by his girlfriend to keep an eye on her while she met with animal in ex boyfriend who she said had raped her in the past court documents say she was meeting with them all because he was threatening to interfere with the recent recruitment into the military she met with them all in a car in front of the pasta middle school and she brought along a folding knife for protection according to the complaint when she told ME she had to go he pushed the thumb tack against her throat and threatened her older recliner seat she pulled a knife but amble took it from her she honked the horn to signal shoe part when he pulled up and asked if everything was okay and we'll got out and stabbed him in the chest at the suburban bureau Jamelle work whatever your news radio Philadelphians aren't shy about sharing their opinions of the Kelly administration is expecting a lot of responses to its second residence survey it was over the city hall bureau chief Pablo reports that went online last week we'll be up until December the last time the Kennedy administration did a survey it found most residents were dissatisfied with streets department services so the mayor put additional money in the budget for streets policy director Anjali to ninety says the city plans to use the current survey that way again to guide budget and policy priorities were looking forward to seeing what residents have to say about common city services so that includes police fire street services snow removal really there at their quality of life a scientific and random sample of Philadelphia households is being invited.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Right here in South Philadelphia mark Abrams KYW newsradio is working bringing you to tears having a tough time and work well go ahead and let it out according to a new survey eight in ten workers have cried on the job the survey for the career site monster dot com found fourteen percent of respondents cried work at least once a week sometimes every day there were various reasons for shedding tears from a nasty boss to a heavy workload or bullying by co workers most of the crying is done in the restroom or out of sight as crying in the workplace carries a stigma a sign of weakness to some gym Chevy CBS news now listen to this next story find out if this could be the secret to a happy warm marriage it's one thing to match on your wedding day but it's another to match for sixty eight years that's what Francis and rose merry clients have been doing for seven decades in Sacramento California after meeting in junior high in Auburn Washington promise me you will still be sweet hearts after they were married at nineteen now both eighty seven they've Matt not only their tune but their outfits every day since well my mother bought us matching tee shirts when we were in high school I picked them out and so we've matched ever since Francis saying he knows all about the term happy wife happy life letting his bride pick out as Alfred forum every day he just lays it out for me and I don't have to worry about a thing math play for CBS news that's exactly what I'd do all the animals which is maybe take an animal that's doctor Doolittle remember he wanted to talk to the animals will.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"South Philadelphia head off because Nick K. went of the news media and more violence in the city of Philadelphia overnight Friday into Saturday police tell us four people were killed in seven separate shootings what the city and several others were injured by gunfire a man who was in the headlines for all the wrong reasons hip hop artist meek mill is joined forces with the city puma the shoe company and community leaders one Vale a special gift for the strawberry mansion neighborhood they would abuse Pattabhi tells us it's all part of the rapper's giving back to the city that he's been very loyal to books from the heart from Philly rapper to his old neighborhood parks and rex PR official Allen doing bill on the new athletic oasis in east Fairmount park male and a home and now the mural arts program as we were able to let me preface this court date the look Viewtiful their stunning actually with the right colors different shades of aqua green and purple cover the two basketball courts which residents named legacy courts the aesthetics or over the top for this middle schooler who was putting up shots and thrilled to have more than just a room that we can't like playing somewhere but court work I mean it's and you might give good luck and stuff good luck came for the more than one hundred fifty people who turned out for the ribbon cutting on the new project on Saturday when mill and his son showed up to test out the legacy courts the entertainers dream chasers logo was painted on the court and big and bold the word strawberry mansion passionate and very vocal community security that parks and recreation department loves to engage with any new project the ball or celebration also included giveaways for the kids free that's the balls and backpacks compliments of puma in east Fairmount park Pattali KYW newsradio a little girl dead after being left inside of a hot Vanitha PATCO parking lot.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"South Philadelphia this training camp updates sponsored by the Mayfair business improvement district the exclusive home of the ego birds pregame show make it may fair let's get the latest on the birds which I can live with they would abuse and bacon all the latest on the birds mad as an early exit from practice today the teen cutting its factors about a half hour sure just like you did last night the difference today is well last night's practice was in pads in there was some live tackling a two third period today a much different story just shells at shorts as we see a smiley Malcolm Jenkins walkie Festus right out he had an easier day today also a couple of days for some players chasing Kelsey at all shot Jack will be hearing from office according to my growing just one second but practices ended early today Doug Peterson taking the foot off the gas a little bit with another practice tomorrow before the before the first preseason game so the eagles wrapping things up on day ten of training camp thank you very much can one of you said banking joining us live the first preseason game by the way Thursday night against Tennessee Phillies open a three game series with the diamond backs out in Arizona it's night this is also the first game of a seven game road trip fills will also head to San Francisco Vince Belasco's will be on the mound tonight for the Phillies Arizona counters with rookie right hander Meryl Kelly Phillies fifty eight and fifty three and despite themselves they are tied for the second nationally wild card playoff spot the night's game in Arizona Ian gets under way at nine forty that Leon with this it's one oh nine hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Twenty two South Philadelphia man social media statement against racism goes viral I'm Terry great I'll tell you what was on his teacher coming up all right that he Michelle things are looking pretty slow right now on ninety five north bound the good news is the accident is off to the shoulder this delay actually starts in Delaware back on four ninety five before you get to Philly pike and it goes all the way up to where four ninety five ninety five come together just north of the state line right before the welcome center but again it's off to the sides of things are starting to look better but and a great southbound ninety five people looking at what's going on so you're slow you pass by four fifty two continuing north on ninety five the right lane is blocked as you cross over the Girard point bridge but once you get to mid span it's all cleared up everything looks good had torn down for Broad Street south on ninety five normal volume southbridge down the Allegheny River you can't use the Gerard offramp that's because of the long term construction for a couple years also Skakel expressway west little pockets of volumes you put university into the Vine Street expressway then again from city Avenue out to Belmont east coming through the Conshohocken curve at the brakes Montgomery Girardi's all volume south on the blue route for seventy six starting to see some volume pick up between the upper Darby Broomall exit and around were one three oh nine north and southbound still closed has been for several hours this is an happy between Bergey road in Unionville pike in all the major routes are really slow in the area our other secondary roots are slow in the area now in New Jersey seventy six east or forty two south as you approach to ninety five start to pick up some volume there but other major shore roots look okay in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie retain Stevie let's get a look at the forecast this is not a class today could be hit or miss thunderstorms she self the west of the city with a high of eighty six by the evening thunderstorm tonight was partly cloudy Lin seventy one.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"South Philadelphia about important issues within the police department other trump staff change director of national intelligence Dan coats has resigned licensed nurses in many other states can now work in New Jersey I'm David math and the Phillies slammed the Braves nine to four few clouds eighty five degrees going down to seventy three good evening Jeff ash our top story ten oh one more fallout from the discovery of allegedly racist and offensive Facebook posts made by Philadelphia police officers community members attended a rally the church in south Philly playboy W's Saturday Howard was there tolerate it we must stand our ground Melissa Robbins got a standing ovation actually condemned what community members attending the rally for justice coalition called a long standing and deep seated problem of racism homophobia and sexism within the Philadelphia police department and Barbara Peck said these accusations are nothing new this is been going on for god knows how long and I think it needs to be addressed local journalists Solomon Jones let the for calcium and Curtis Jones and councilwoman Helen Kim were in attendance Kim said change it starts with transparency wanna make sure that there are no more secret settlement police commissioner Richard Ross said thirteen officers would be suspended after the post were discovered but the community wants more they want sensitivity training for officers psychological exams but most of all they want more officers from their communities and Philadelphia police advise remember Maria Beamer said they don't expect us to fight like we're fighting they expect us to take it to grin and bear it like we always have but it's a new day charity Howard KYW news radio.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y. W.'s at bank in in South Philadelphia then we will try to get a hold of ed in just a moment but eagles did work out today a morning workout in South Philadelphia and let's try once again to raise that ed what are we here hopefully we are because the eagles are relaxed and enjoying some refreshments after a second day of work eagles were on the practice field for another work out without pads that will likely come tomorrow had a long talk with Corey Clement afterwards certainly eager to get back to work after two hours of frustrating injury fill two thousand eighteen season very impressive again was to shore Jackson using his speed out meanwhile Blake countess was out also crave on the block the only injuries in mad after practice the evil school along with some readers water ice readers has a new midnight green go birds flavor and I'm sorry but I'm forced to go try it myself there are for you to me I have no choice but to do my research for the station I listen I'll goes the eagle certainly several years well after another day on the field in sunny South Philadelphia thank you very much can one of you said banking joining us live Phillies back home tonight after a nifty foreign one road trip tonight they open a big series with the Atlanta Braves at citizens bank park Phillies running thirty nationally gays but they clawed within five and a half games of first place Atlanta Braves come to town having lost six of eight on the mound for the Phillies it will be eight and seven Jake Arianna the Braves counter with rookie right hander Mike Soroka he's tended to seven oh five first pitch at citizens bank park one thanks Matt twelve oh nine.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Traffic and transit on the to Sam Brennan Greenwich start this time with transit, except is a warning users that we're experiencing up to a twenty minute delays. This all just changing it was fifteen twenty minutes delays system wide on all reasonable rails because of slippery rails a recap that coming up. Now, the roads are getting better south on ninety five still heavy bridge down to Gerard wants western the vine expressway in the center city slow between ninety five and broad street. Northbound fifth street is blocked at Callow hill to spring gardens. Repaving so north on fifth is jammed approaching calomel where you're forced to make the left turn. And then we're on the Schuylkill expressway. Westbound slow university to south that's much improved. And then the boulevard to Belmont avenue outbound eastern Schuylkill expressway, heavy the contract curve, then we go to the Mealey's furniture. Jan Cam the styles, you'll love for less, and we're on the eastbound Schuylkill expressway within the city limits. The delay pretty much Roseau boulevard down to Gerard avenue. Stay with it. Southbound boulevard extension gets a lot better. Minor delay. Rage down to the Schuylkill. Earlier accident finally out of the way PA turnpike's. Alright south on the blue route also improving south from be county tolls to rich by is a bit of delay because earlier broken down tractor trailer eastern four twenty two east of oaks on down to the trooper interchange outside of West Chester still lingering delays north onto or jammed from Matlock street in north appel EP can earlier accident now cleared out of the way and some delays remain in New Jersey north onto ninety five another multi vehicle accident as four or five vehicles involved here slow from route seventy seventy Seventy-three everything lined up off to the right shoulder. The roadway the Delaware river bridges for now. Look, all right. Let me recap septa is telling us all reasonable rails can experience up to twenty minutes delay system wide, all because it was slippery rails. From the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover exam, dying thirty three now days before election day. Protesters gathering holding what they're calling a public grief gathering outside the headquarters. Scott Wagner in south Philadelphia. KYW's Paul Kurtz, is there joins us live with the story. Yeah. Brandon and they're also calling it a Shiva in the street. These protesters are on fifth street by south in front of Scott Wagner headquarters. I'm with rabbi Abby for Naria called Xanax synagogue in west Philadelphia. Why why are we here.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bad. They hockey in south Philadelphia. Fires will take on the Golden Knights of the center today. Buyers are dealing with injuries is James Van Dyke and Nolan Patrick or both sideline. But Jim Ron Hextall says the team must go forward. You're not going to sit here and full story for ourselves. We have more depth right now. I think than we've had in the past. And you know, what guys you go into a little bit more significant positions after produce. That's that's the bottom line were team. And we're gonna stick together we're gonna get through it doubt. They'll get that boost from gritty the flyers did beat the defending Western Conference champion nights on opening night in Las Vegas, thirty data college football and another busy schedule the local teams temple to go three. No one conference play today against navy house. Coach Jeff Collins talked about facing the midshipmen faulted triple option attack, downhill the beer, the mid line the countertop option all those things. That are Staples are. Downhill runs with very physical wall sense of wine, and that are coming off the ball, really, Billy hollered. Got really good players that are up just a very complex game. Kickoff into Nablus will be at three thirty also coming up at one o'clock. It's Ivy league action at Franklin field is Penn plays host to Columbia at one o'clock in the may nine Villanova. We'll take on James Madison at three thirty. It's Delaware hosting Ilan. And Penn State is also home today. The eighth ranked Bentley lions will kick off at home against Michigan state at three thirty two, bro. Football with the eagles. We've get a few days off after beating the giants on Thursday lane. Johnson battlefield game Thursday night with an ankle injury. And he'd told WIP the team is getting back on track. I think we have those in Sicily. Folkston? And then now whether you want to more than the other team or so. Meanwhile, Doug Peterson says Jason Peters will get more tests on his injured by set Bank quarterback city Jones is week to week with a hamstring injury today in baseball game two between the brewers and dodgers. The first pitcher set in Milwaukee for four own nine eastern. The brewers won last night six to five to take a two games to not lead in also tonight at this game one of the American League championship series at Fenway park. The Red Sox will battle the defending world champion Astros. First pitch is set for eight. Oh nine and coming up today at five pm is the unity Cup final between Liberian Ivory Coast. You can hear the broadcast right here on KYW. Newsradio the match. We get underway at five o'clock is Liberia looks for its second unity Cup title in.

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Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Okay. We gotta work on the timing. But anyway today is timber twenty. Fifth twenty eighteen coming to you from south Philadelphia and sub Martin. How's it going. Man, it's going great here except that's complete live. My life is in shambles Manchester, nodded tied this weekend, the whole Pago bullshit. That's past day. And now they just got knocked out by Darby. So I'm gonna drink my feelings away like responsible dole. Are you going to get in your feelings by, you know, not dancing to some KiKi song drinking yourself to death. Yeah, I think that's my challenge. I can't Dan, so I stick with drinking when I just never been to. It knows me now when I'm drinking, I could dance. Like I know I can dance really go, you know you can dance. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. What are you drinking Martin? We keep forgetting to do the review in the beginning of the podcast. What are you drinking for this podcast. I'm actually drinking local beer. It's the burbs 'bout like twenty minutes away from me. It's called the old Meccan Mecklenburg brewery and it's cold. The fat boy Baltic porter. It's eight point three, and it has some numbers on it that I don't understand, but it is fucking dark. It is fucking delicious. And I feel like it is a full meal right now in a beer form. So it's it's one of the better beers that I've had down here and I know this place existed, so I'm gonna go check it out tomorrow actually word. Okay. All right. We are. We gonna do reviews at the end. I know we're not here like look at each other unfortunately, but like right, so we'll do reviews at the end. Okay. I have the dish, shoot spree like Dwight shoot the chutes burry. It's a fresh squeezed IP. That's just the name of it. So, and it has like like the hop being squished by like, like, we're this things. People used to like brace things like in a mechanic shop. You know what I mean? Like. The hammers? No, no, no, no. Like, I don't know what the word is like you put something in there like the whole something in place while you worked on it. Oh grip. Yeah, you know, I, I've been. I've worked on things before and you know what you're talking about? Yeah, it's from Oregon. It's actually pretty tasty. I just saw it because it was like when the last ones at the place I go to like when the last like random IP packs that I've been like I up so it's pretty good. What would you give yours-. Martin. I'd actually give it eight point seven and the only reason I don't give it a perfect score is because I'll probably drink like four or five these and be super fool and Superdrug. So what's the problem wasn't low bit lighter if it was a little bit lighter, I could drink more. That's my only. That's my only complaint. I'm actually gonna move it up to a non-point. Oh, this beers deluge I think we are saying is this only. Oh, I would give mine probably like eight point two, it's pretty good. I mean, I think I've had better as but Stacey, it's like pretty nice and you know, shout to bend Oregon. We got some listeners out there. So shout you guys if there's any other organ beers, let us know. Some are before we get into the shit show, which was the fee awards, which I, we say, just they don't mean anything anymore. Can we just say that? Yeah, twenty has affected the ruined every single type of of a ward. I mean, for God's sakes, that's not even called Linda war anymore. It's the best, but we'll get into that in a second. What were you saying? Yeah, fuck HR if anyone has to deal with human resources, I'm so sorry. Like I was about to go through the fucking wall at the law firm today because this tell me about it. I used to work there. Tell me about it. I can just revel in all the hatred now. Yeah. 'cause I had to drive up all the way to fuck in north jersey are like north jersey office and like I couldn't clock in clock out that day..

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Connected the officers are expected to, be okay as. For a motive we don't know maybe maybe they didn't know they were police officers and that's the reason why they did it maybe they thought. They were somebody else Thompson says it's not lost on them that the officers happen to be shot on national night out was supposed to. Be. A positive time for officers and citizens. To get together in Camden Tim Jimenez KYW NewsRadio humid on the loose after getting, away with ten of thousands of dollars. From a south Philadelphia home here's KYW's damning Philadelphia police say a seventeen year old girl was home Alone at, the residence on south, eleventh street when the robbery began to males forced in the rear door of the property went upstairs and encountered her and struck her in the head with an unknown object chief inspector, Scott small says the two men then took, two saves from the home and carried them across the street to. A vehicle that was waiting in, a parking, lot while the exact amount taken is, not known it's believed that both saves contained, upwards of eighty thousand dollars and some valuable jewellery the girl. Was taken to. An area hospital for treatment of cut to her, head small says that there are a number. Of witnesses who saw those men carrying. The safes, and a number of security cameras in the area that should help in the investigation Dan wing KYW NewsRadio Philadelphia's ground zero for a pesky problem KYW's Lynn Atkins explains a mosquito. Bite can, do more than make you itch it can give you West Nile virus mad Hellwig biologist with the Pennsylvania department. Of environmental protection. Says your, chances of contracting the virus are better than Ever because the number of infected insects is fifty percent higher than ever recorded we believe it has a lot to do with how much rain we've gotten and. How hot it's been when you get a lot of rain. It produces a lot of habitat -squitoes, to reproduce themselves and when you have. A lot of heat they do that. More quickly he says the areas with the worst problems, include Philadelphia and the surrounding counties Lynn Adkins KYW NewsRadio Your eyewitness weather five day forecast. And yet another dog, day, of summer with. Hazy high humid conditions some sunshine, granted but a pop up shower. Thunderstorm that could be locally drenching as well after noon. Or evening our heat index values as high, as a hundred this afternoon so understandably a heat advisory is posted for most. Of us until six PM now later, tonight we drop down. To, seventy four degrees and, he wet weather we'll ease up, and tomorrow actually looks totally dry region-wide so in the sunshine granted it's still hot we're up. To eighty, nine degrees but it's. Not quite as humid so it should be a nice little. Break for you some Sutton returning for the bulk of Friday but not ready rule out a thunderstorm for the tail end. Of the day the high hits ninety degrees the weekend unfortunately does look unsettled however with mainly cloudy skies. Scattered showers and storms both days that's, because we've got a frontal boundary that'll be meandering nearby. Through the span of the weekend eighty seven, your high on Saturday we. Hit eighty six.

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Twenty one And as all ways you're in the living room and I wanna talk a little bit about different sections of the city of Philadelphia and some of the historical aspects of the game of basketball and how and those, particular areas. Basketball has didn't have been, developed over many many years and this past week Saturday they. Had, the tenth anniversary of paying tribute to south Philadelphia now, when we think about basketball in the city of Philadelphia we think about it and. And these areas we think about it from west Philadelphia we think about if north. Philadelphia, and we think about it in south Philadelphia primarily now when you look at the history of the game and how many players have come out, of those areas that have impacted the game of basketball that's where it becomes historical south fully Adelphia even more so because of the Christopher street y. which. Is, the oldest why in the United States and the fact, that the y. was so instrumental and even developing the Harlem renaissance because half of. The players came from Philadelphia and half of the players came from New York so. I'm, just setting the stage for you so I say can say good morning to body Lewis good morning body warnings funny are you I am doing, fantastic and good morning to Allie Johnson Oh it is Juice There in. Studio. Wonderful, well it's good to have both of. You I have all the Johnson in studio with his son, juice and I was on the. Phone so, Bobby I'm gonna go to you first Older let's build so much okay Now you go but I can go way. Back. Because. I help raise you definitely okay, so we can go way back but Bobby talk to me about what it meant for you to be recognized and. Home base and south. Philadelphia Oh. It's always great come back home. Sunny and be home south really is having a going in my guy Ollie Johnson who actually grow up years Right around right around the corner from each other we were glued foundation for each other Bobby Lewis when we think about basketball particularly. From an older tradition we all were raised off of the older people in the community. And then as we expand it is other individuals that, became a, part of our lives talk about some of the older people from south Philadelphia in particular who. Became instrumental in the development of yourself Oh definitely the Christmas tree why when you could mention what's this. Historical I think everybody had Christmas b. why that was, the beginning, and been getting with guys like John chainey Zach Zach Clayton and all the great guy players from south Philly Monroe and. It was just a good base to have mentorship competition playing time let me shift to Allie, Johnson because he's in studio. With my main man juice and Ali you hear an. Older guy you're not saying it from, a point of a negative we're saying from the point of pride you then came along and south stories is, a, little, different, because basketball wasn't your primary sports speak to us Well I played a little baseball and being at the YMCA we played everything else ping pong We didn't we didn't mention that Bobby Lewis was the world champ ping pong player national Let me just stop you right there somebody that play ping pong that helped to raise Bobby, Lewis because the same person raise me. Who was better at ping pong and Bobby Lewis. Who is the Bobby, guy About how good you got to know these stories in, order to do these stories Bobby was the best I thought this Good And pingpong go. Ahead, yeah Bobby got me starting to play ping left handed when I started playing basketball because it really did help me develop the other side of my. Body and the great thing about guys in south Philly is that it was so giving and there were so many names tick. Coleman, yes China steer everybody to college and get an education Bill Morton at the, YMCA legendary. Legendary my story is different because probably because I how I, grew I didn't grow really until start growing after high, school and I didn't play much that I didn't play basketball at, all wasn't that I didn't. Play I couldn't play and gotten interested in the..

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"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"south philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On the here at south philadelphia morning glory diner to strongly oppose the proposal by the trump administration that he says would allow employers to essentially heal their employees tips the trump administration wants to change eight two thousand eleven rule by the us department of labor that made it clear that tips bolong solely to the employees who earned their waitress mary garten for tips for taking my management in exchange for being paid the minimum wage she could stand to lose a lot of money in that industry deserves the dignity and their tips superior points out there are two hundred twenty thousand tipped workers and pen slovenia and employers under this new proposed rule could actually packet five point eight billion dollars nationwide in south philadelphia hadas kuznits kyw news radio new jersey governor phil murphy is leading an effort to allow taxpayers to take advantage of a loophole in the federal tax code retained most of the state and local tax deductions now have despite changes imposed by the trump administration it would have lease david madden reports flanked by several mom of kelly mayors murphy said he pushed for the state to do what a few towns and north jersey you're trying to do now the irs can and often does approve allowing towns to accept income tax revenue was a charitable contributions to support a local mead thirty three states do it in one form or another murphy wants to make the jersey the thirty fourth if we do this light doing it why it is important working in middle class families in seniors could retain most if not all of the deduction and tax benefit they currently enjoy the governor says his stance working with legislators on a way to allow both state and local income taxes to be countered is contributions get past the ten thousand dollar annual cap on deductions now in place on the federal level david madden kyw newsradio kyw news time is one twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos at this hour on a rangers in philadelphia were in good shape no issues the report from the vine street expressway or the schuylkill expressway we did have an earlier disabled vehicle on the eastbound vine offramp to 15th the.

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