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New York City Mayor De Blasio Promises New Plan On Reopening Schools Next Week, Regrets Not Having A Plan Already
"Has a plan to reopen public schools in stages after the Thanksgiving holiday, but is not offering specifics. As we hear from WCBS reporter Steve Burn. What they had been doing was working, says Mayor De Blasio's. But the new schools plan needs to work even better. With cases on the rise in the city. I think what is starting to emerge is a picture that is just to focus on more testing. And other measures to just intensify, he says The new plan will be announced next week following the abrupt closure last week. The mayor says he regrets not having a plan B ready to go. But I also understand why we didn't because we were really dealing with so many day to day, hour to hour issues. Issues now are around which schools would reopen. First, We're going to focus first on special education schools District 75, then early childhood and elementary school should any parts of the city be declared an orange Red Zone school reopening would then be in the governor's hands. He has said he wants schools to stay open, citing low transmission rates.
New Jersey to impose new coronavirus restrictions on indoor, outdoor gatherings as case count surges
"Number of new coronavirus cases over the weekend, and now Governor Murphy is clamping down again. Ordering new limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has been following the news out of New Jersey and he joins us now, Steve, tell us first. What are these new limits? Hey, Linda. The headline on these new rules is the indoor gathering limit had been 25. It'll be 10 going into effect tomorrow outdoors. You still have a little more time. The limits going down from 500 to 150, effective a week from today, So Governor, Murphy said anything planned for this weekend can still go on. Get a sense of the desperation of the situation here. Governor Murphy spent most of last month saying there's nothing more you can really do right now to slow the spread that policing indoor gatherings was really difficult. But here we are setting new records on case counts, and he said something had to be done. But there are
Open Enrollment For The Affordable Care Act Proves Effective In New Jersey
"Across the tri state. It's a big day for New Jersey in particular, having our own exchange has been a key goal. Governor Murphy says. The new exchange get covered dot NJ dot gov allows for more Disability. You may recall over the past couple of years by Fiat from the Trump administration. That open enrollment period was cut so 45 days, it will now beginning on Sunday Be a 90 day window. There's also more financial assistance available and more navigators to help people figure out their best plan. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next week on the affordable Care Act. Advocates have worried that the uncertain future could lead fewer people to sign up. Murphy says New Jersey is proof that the law works. It's both defending it. And working to improve it. New Jersey has in trying the individual mandate into state law. New York has done the same with protections for those with pre existing conditions. Steve Burns, WCBS news radio 80. No more TV monitors at airports and transit stations.
Mute Button Takes Center Stage in Debate
"And final presidential debate of wrapped up and deadly CBS reporter Steve Burns followed it from beginning to end and joins us Live for wrap up evening, Steve They leave on certainly, and more civilized affair than what we saw. With that first debate. The all important mute button I don't think became much of a factor is disagreement was expressed Maurin laughs. I rolls shaking of the head rather than interruptions between the two candidates. Topics and the lines of attack were mostly familiar. If you've been watching these two on the pandemic, President Trump's that a vaccine is weeks away, but then said he couldn't guarantee that On DH said people are learning to live with the virus. Former vice President Biden countered that saying people are learning to died with the virus and blame the president's ineptitude. For the need to shut down the country race relations and other flash point in the debate, the president teed up in attack involving Biden's 1994 crime bill, and the president called himself the least racist person in the room. Biden said parts of that 1994 bill were a mistake and mentioned President Trump's words at the last debate involving the proud boys, saying the president's dog whistle is as big as a foghorn. So definitely a wide ranging debate. I'd say night and day from the first in terms of control and substance, And now we have the finish line in sight for this race just 11 days until Election Day, leave on.
White Woman in New York City Confrontation With Black Birdwatcher Made False Assault Charge: DA
"Behavior went viral after it was caught on camera. She has been charged with false reporting charges has been to court and we're learning more about what Amy Cooper allegedly did after that incident in the park. WCBS reporter Steve Burns here to round it all up. Video shot on Memorial Day in Central Park. Amy Cooper is seen putting her finger in front of the camera, dragging her dog along with her and calling the police to tell them an African American man is threatening her. Cooper's now being charged after the Manhattan district attorney's office on Earth, a second call in which they say she falsely claimed she's being assaulted. Cooper was arraigned on one count of filing a false report carries a maximum sentence of a year behind bars. Prosecutors told the judge. They're working on a deal to allow Cooper to avoid jail time in which she'd admit her wrongdoings in court and take part in an educational and rehabilitation program. The man who filmed her burger Christian Cooper, no relation, had refused to cooperate in the DA's investigation. Saying Amy Cooper had already suffered enough.
New York - Heshy Tischler released from jail as alleged attack on journalist case moves forward
"The Orthodox Jewish activist arrested in connection with last week's assault of a journalist during a protest in Borough Park is back home after being released from police custody this evening. I believe you. CBS reporter Steve Burns with the latest after about 21 hours behind bars. Heshy Tischler was released without bail, arraigned on charges of inciting a riot, unlawful imprisonment, harassment and menacing. He's accused of encouraging an assault against journalists. Jacob Corn blue last week in Borough Park, as some in the neighbourhood rebelled against the latest current virus restrictions. Tischler spoke briefly on his way home calling for calm, no violence whatsoever. And I want everybody to thank you for everything you've done for me for your prey is the Brooklyn district Attorney's office says Tischler has been ordered to stay away from corn blue. Though Tischler has denied covert is a concern and said as much during his mask list protests, his lawyers cited the virus is a recent Tischler should be released from jail as soon as possible.
Statue Of Mother Cabrini Unveiled In Lower Manhattan
"Governor Cuomo will be in lower Manhattan this morning, unveiling a special statue in this Columbus Day. And let's hear about that from WCBS reporter Steve Burns. The statue of Mother Cabrini is set to be unveiled in Battery Park City. Looking directly at the Statue of Liberty, says Governor Cuomo. The statue arose out of what Cuomo saw as an affront towards Italian Americans by Mayor Deblasio. A poll on which women should be honored with a statue in the city showed mother Cabrini in first place, but Cabrini was passed over. Cuomo announced his own plans to put up a statue of the first American Saint. She served the poor and the immigrants. She had boundless energy and unlimited capacity, Exasperated de Blasio told New York one last year. The debate was sad all around. Why don't we just all work together to get things done? Rather than decide to spend days and days having a fake manufacturing conflicts? Cuomo says he will be in a tent. It's for the statue unveiling and de Blasio is invited as well. It would be their first event together since early March. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS radio 80
Trump Fundraiser ‘Borders on Reckless,’ New Jersey Governor Says
"Murphy says New Jersey is still looking for more information on people who attended a fundraiser with President Trump in Bedminster last week. An event that took place after the president learned about his possible covert 19 exposure. WCBS Steve Burns has details He wishes President Trump and everyone infected wealth. But at the same time Governor Murphy is not pleased with the White House. That trip was completely unacceptable, completely reckless. And completely uncalled for. Murphy says they have emails for most of the 206. Attendees and responses have been a mixed bag. But phone numbers and addresses would be more helpful. We need more. We needed that trip, not tow happen one and number two. We need more event itself could also be investigated for violating Murphy's rules on indoor gatherings and buffets, and he failures to comply with our emergency orders. Will be referred to attorney General Gerbier Gray wall for follow up along with the guests. There were 19 golf clubs staffers who were involved. Murphy says local authorities they're following up
New York City continues to identify COVID 'areas of concern'
"And not essential businesses could be shut down as early as tomorrow in some parts of New York City. Let's hear about that from WCBS. Steve Burns on growth in Corona virus numbers. These areas of concern represents 7% of the city's population, but 23% of its new cases over the past two weeks, according to the city Health Department. Among those neighborhoods graves end Midwood Borough Park in Bensonhurst with positivity rates ranging from 4% to nearly 7% were watching this very, very carefully, mayor de Blasio told WN. I see there's an aggressive effort in the community in English and Yiddish, and that's everything that's robo calls that sound trucks. A lot of in person activity without signs of progress. The city has said it'll look at shutting down private schools and non essential businesses in these areas as soon as Tuesday. The timing has faced some criticism. Former City Council member David Greenfield tweets of the city ignored the Hasidic community for months, letting beliefs grow around herd immunity before issuing a threat just prior to Yam Kippur. Steve Burns, WCBS news Radio 80 and speaking of
Cuomo says New York commercial eviction ban extended to Oct. 20
"Governor Cuomo is extending New York's ban on commercial evictions for another month, but restaurants and bars they're still looking for more help. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has the story. With the clock ticking down and the uncertainty growing Governor Cuomo's announcing a last minute extension to New York state's ban on commercial evictions. It's been extended for another month through October. 20th. For bars and restaurants. It's one shred of good news, but they say a lot more help is needed. The monthly survey from the New York City hospitality Alliance shows 87% of respondents weren't able to pay full rent in August. That number is held steady through the summer and through an expansion of outdoor dining. Indoor dining is scheduled to start next week. In the city, the only a 25% capacity the alliance is executive director Andrew Ritchie is calling for rent relief, a roadmap to expanding indoor dining and an indefinite extension for outdoor dining Right now, those outdoor seats air set to go away after Halloween.
New Mass Transit Mask Refusal Fine Takes Effect in New York Monday
"Well, regardless of thoughts on wearing masks while out in public. It's about to be a costly thing, if caught, not wearing one of trying to get around on New York York City City buses, buses, subways subways trains trains starting starting Monday. Monday. Going Going mask mask lists lists on on mass mass transit transit is is going going to to cost cost you. you. It's It's a a matter matter of of respect respect for for one's one's fellow fellow co co commuters commuters and empty a employees. MTH chairman Pat Voices Any transit rider who refuses to put a mask on will face a $50 fine. Mass compliance is high, but he says it could be better 96% on buses 90% on subways well over 90% on both Metro North and Long Island Railroad. With roads already filling up governor, Cuomo says people need to feel comfortable going back to mass transit. And this is a handful of people who are non compliant, he says. Finds will not apply to those who have a mask but are wearing it incorrectly say below the nose, though the governor says that's never been an issue for him. I have a very large nose, so my nose Keep the mask up. Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 80
Coney Island Businesses Face Uncertain Future as Summer's End Brings Close to New York City Beaches
"Coming coming to to a a close close today today in in the the city, city, but but businesses businesses on on Coney Coney Island Island open open to to squeeze squeeze a a little little more more summer summer in in Lee. So financially are Steve Burns with the details. Labor Day usually marks the end of the summer season. But here on Coney Island, it seems like it never really began. The rights have been frozen in place. The game shut down. Even the Nathan's hot dog eating contest had to be moved to an undisclosed location on the Fourth of July. Some businesses that could open up made up some losses thanks to the beach traffic. But that traffic could soon be drawing up. City beaches are required to close after labor Day when lifeguards go off duty beaches in the rest of the state ended New Jersey air set to stay open through the end of the month. There are calls among some city politicians to keep the beaches staffed further into September. But it's not clear if that idea's getting any traction within City Hall, especially as the city faces a budget crunch. The amusement park operator hears and Perla has called on the state to give some guidelines for reopening. So far, nothing has been announced at
Coronavirus Death Toll in New York Nursing Homes Unknown
"Corona virus death toll in New York nursing homes is unknown. Government watchdog group is trying to get the information and says that the states holding it back. We get the story from WCBS reporter Steve Burns. The official number of nursing home deaths given by New York State doesn't show the entire picture, says Bill Hammond at the Empire Center, a government watchdog. They're only counting the residents who died within the four walls of the nursing Any residents who were sent to a hospital aren't counted. Hammond has filed a request under the Freedom of Information Law to see how many nursing home deaths happened in hospitals, but the state Health Department told him they need more time to search for the number and I just don't think that's possible. I think they know exactly where the records are. And the state health commissioner told lawmakers last month that he had the records. It's hardest of another reason why they would be postponing other than the fact that they simply don't want to release This politically sensitive information in a statement, the New York state health departments as a diligent search and review is underway. Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 80 Now 10
New York Gyms Outside City, Museums Return as Schools Count Down to Contested Reopening
"In New York. Kuroda virus hospitalizations air down all time lows. The positivity rate has stayed below 1% for more than two weeks. In all of that's helped pave the way for re openings today that includes gyms and fitness centers. They've had plenty of time to make their plans planning working on on chest chest back back arms. arms. Today's Today's like like that that we're we're going going right right to to the the bench bench president president we we work work on on test test gyms gyms in in New New York York or or unlocking unlocking their their doors doors for for the the first first time time since since March, March, of of course, course, with with a a long long list list of of health and safety precautions. It starts with only allowing a third of normal capacity sanitizing equipment between each use making masks mandatory. Ignacio says he has no problem keeping a face covering on while he's working out. Listen at the end of the day, man, you gotta do what you gotta do you want to make a stink about the face must stay home work home. People are still waiting in New York City and in New Jersey in the city Mayor De Blasio has announced a September 2nd re opening one's health inspectors are done looking at schools. Nothing is set yet in New Jersey, But Governor Murphy said late last week e things that may be sooner rather than later. We have an enormous regard for New York, so the fact that they're taking that step is a helpful data point. In younger Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 80 Low risk cultural
Gyms and fitness centers reopen in New York
"Continued progress. In the fight against Cove in 19 in New York. Over the weekend, Governor Cuomo reported all time lows in hospitalizations with well under 500 statewide for days Now, we've seen less than a handful of Corona virus related deaths yesterday. There were none. Here in the city. And with that progress, we're continuing to Seymour re openings this week. As of today, commercial gyms and fitness center is getting the green light, long awaited green light in most of the state. Not everywhere just yet. More on that with our Steve Burns. Kevin. That's right. If you have been dying to get on the treadmill or lift some weights. Today is your day in New York, outside of New York City, at least Jim's air unlocking their doors for the first time since March. Course, with a long list of health and safety precautions that starts with only allowing 33% of normal capacity inside sanitizing equipment between each use, making face coverings and social distinct, distancing mandatory. Everyone who comes in will also have to sign in. It's an effort to try and help contact tracers. In case something happens each Jim will have to submit a plan to local authorities, and they'll be subject to inspection over the next few weeks. The city is still about a week away. We learned inspectors there have their hands full of the moment with schools. We also learn New Jersey may not be far behind Governor, Murphy said late last week. The state is getting close on some steps, possibly including Jim's, but wouldn't say anything more Kevin Rentzer. Steve Burns also
Tesla Rivals are Moving Into High Gear -- and Going Public
"From wondering I'm Elaine Appleton grant and this is business words daily on this Wednesday August Nineteenth David Brown's on vacation. Tesla has long had an image of being in both good and less good ways without comparison. CEO? Elon Musk stands out for his big vision and sometimes quirky behavior, and until now anyway, Tesla's all electric vehicles have stood head and shoulders above the competition coming from traditional automakers. Competition what competition I can almost imagine musk saying. Oh, but there is plenty coming tesla shares soared two, hundred, fifty percent this year. The company is now the most valuable automaker in the world according to. CNN. That's because Tesla which went public ten years ago is finally profitable. Tesla had a record twenty nineteen in posted its first annual profit last year despite the pandemic it's been profitable this year as well and that kind of performance and the stock market's reward for it is convincing more and more electric vehicle makers to go public and to try to woo customers away from Tesla last week, Ohio Electric Startup, Lordstown Motors Corporation, or L. M. C. said, it plans to go public by the end of the year. It's ticker symbol ride. If the deal goes through, the company will be valued at close to one point five, billion dollars. So who is Lordstown Motors to burst on the scene this way? L. LLC is a spinoff of another electric truckmaker called Workhorse. GROUP LORDS DOWN CEO Steve Burns is the former CEO of workhorse with LLC Burns resurrecting a project that we're course didn't have the money to do the company plans to release an all electric full-size pickup truck the Lordstown endurance in the second half of twenty twenty one that's according to journalist Alan. Adler, writing for trade publication freight waves. The truck will have a range of about two hundred fifty miles on a charge the same as Tesla's sci-fi looking cyber truck it'll toes seventy five hundred pounds alums. He says again, just like the chuck, the endurance will start at fifty two thousand dollars a good deal more than the cyber forty thousand dollar base price. But UNLIKE TESLA LLC plans to sell the endurance to commercial customers buying fleets of trucks since revealing the prototype on June twenty-fifth Ellen Mc says it's received more than twenty seven, thousand pre orders. That's one point four, billion dollars worth of trucks. NCO Burns says its first years worth of trucks are now sold out. That is if it can raise the money, it needs to actually make them l.. AMC. Bought the Lordstown Ohio GM plant that shutdown last year when GM killed the last Chevy Cruz that six million square foot plant needs retooling, which is costly MC plans to raise about six hundred and seventy five million dollars through its IPO. That boatload of cash could help it come through on its boast to be first to market among a group of EV pickup truck competitors in addition to Tesla that group includes Ford GM Nikola and Arabian a company backed by Ford and Amazon. So, here's the obvious L.. He doesn't yet have a product just a prototype if you're wondering how the young startup can go public without a product you should be. L. EMC is one of a handful of electric vehicle makers employing what's called a reverse merger that means the company that plans to make a product like LLC hooks up with the so-called blank check business. It's also called a special purpose acquisition company. SPAC. Is doing the reverse merger with a blank check company called Diamond Peak Holdings. Diamond peak is already publicly traded that means when the merger occurs. LLC. MC becomes public sort of like easing into a coat someone else has been wearing. This back door IPO method is easier for companies to do. They don't have to produce expensive roadshow's. Also, avoid a great deal of financial scrutiny by the SEC. One of the most famous reverse murders was Richard Branson's space company Virgin Galactic, Holdings and Fantasy Sports Company draftkings went public in a three billion dollar reverse merger. Last year according to the A. Times. The number of reverse mergers hit a record high last year. That's because the IPO market was volatile and high profile IPO's like Uber Fared. Poorly. It ain't cheap to build a new car company but Tesla's successes inspiring other entrepreneurs to try and they need oodles of money that helps to explain why another electric truckmaker nickel motors used a reverse merger to go public in June and vehicle-maker. FISKER has a reverse merger in the works. The is green truckmakers may see these back door IPO's as the speediest way to raise the cash needed to fight he'll in musk and rapidly launched their new products. Tesla's promising to deliver the cyber took by late twenty, twenty one which means that the deadline to beat yes. It may be tough to knock Tesla on it's pedestal, but LLC and a raft arrivals are sure going to try.
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"Well, look at this. An asteroid the size of a pickup truck flew within 2000 miles of Earth Sunday. And NASA didn't see it coming. Also making news this morning, the markets are in record territory. These for the SNP were seeing a surge based primarily on tech stocks in the S and P right now is up. Let me make sure I have the latest number hit so that it's all refreshed as my mouse kids all jumpy on me. I want to make sure the right number here's his so bear with me right now. The SNP is well, wouldn't you know it now is down. Point at 33 81. The Dow was down 101 of the NASDAQ is up 28 points. And a third thing to know this is rising Stars Night tonight at the Democratic National Convention will be 17 speakers getting a short moment to shine among them. New York freshman congressman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. About a minute we're told Stacey Abrams, the first American African American woman to be a major party gubernatorial nominee and speeches from former President Bill Clinton. He'll get more than a minute and Joe Biden's wife, Jill, Joe Biden himself will accept the party's nomination. In his speech Thursday in Delaware and Kamala Harris has picked her Secret Service code name. Pioneer WCBS News time. 10 17. The murder of Run DMC is jam Master Jay now appears to have been solved all these years later, almost two decades later. As we hear from WCBS Steve Burns. It took almost 18 years. But NYPD Chief of detectives Rodney Harrison says he takes special pride in closing this case. Me being a native of Queens and being a big banner run DMC and jam Master Jay Making this arrest was very, very important to me. Ronald Washington and Carl Jordan Jr has been charged with murder in the 2000 to killing of Jason Mizell, better known as Jam Master Jay. The relentless pursuit to bring this case to justice is absolutely incredible. The New York Times reports to previously uncooperative witnesses started cooperating. According to the charging documents myself, along with Washington and Jordan were involved in cocaine distribution. But my cell had cut Washington out following an argument. Washington was already serving time He was convicted in 2007 of a string of armed robberies. He was set to be released this coming April. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS Radio 80 CBS news time 10 18. Let's go to traffic and weather together on the eighth sponsored by a 18778 abused Tim Feldman's in the traffic center and in Westchester, Wayne on the North bound side of 6 84 by Exit four for Bedford still haven't actually being cleared two lanes there still blocked with that. Worse, however, now on eastbound I 84 east of Route 3, 12 and Brewster. That is an accident. That has all of the eastbound lanes now blocked and also westbound on 84. But this time in Danbury, Connecticut, after exit three still clearing a crash. You still have the left lane shut. That is construction slowing you down on the westbound side of the L I e a getting past playing Cove Road. It is a roving construction, which blubbery I will be roving all day long between exit. 39 exit 30 to the right lane is going to be closed until about two o'clock. To Brooklyn. Some police activity on the westbound side of the Bell Parkway by Nap Street, still causing some delays in Queens, North Mount Whitestone Expressway slow getting out of the Whitestone Bridge to the Bronx and both the North bound Cross Island and the North bound Clearview Expressways are slow getting on the Bronx bound Throgs Neck Bridge There is on a bridge. Brooklyn bound. You still have an accident on that upper level still have the right lane block still have delays back on to Staten Island. Were you abused the law office of Phillips and Polish. Ellie is ready to hold childhood sexual predators accountable. The clergy school district hospitals speak to a lawyer at Phillips and Palate, Shelly now call 18778 abused That's 18778 abused Next traffic update less than 10 minutes away,.
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"More personal protective equipment. Post says that some of them don't think the city will give them enough supplies and number three. It's now been nine straight days of sub 1% Cove in 19 infection rates in New York yesterday is reading was 190.78%. The latest business to get the green light to reopen in New York State is bowling alley starting tomorrow. WCBS Steve Burns checks in on the preparation. It has been a busy few days for Nick. Taxi, No, said Woodmere lanes. We had to clean it with a lot of cleaning and partitions and getting protocols and plays. One of the most important protocols is only allowing bowling on every other lane balls, shoes and equipment around the lane gets sanitized between each use. Maxie No says he's also going to a reservation only systems more important for me to know when you're leaving that Aiken tell the next people when they can start at least until school starts up again. Packs E Nos. Expects to have no problem hitting the capacity limits. We liked for Devon sooner, but we're okay with one of those in the city itself. It's a bit more challenging. We don't think it will be compelling to anyone to come if they can't eat or drink with indoor dining still on hold, Brooklyn Bowl co owner Charlie Ryan decided it wasn't worth it to reopen just for bowling. It's really difficult. To bring people in to work, something like that. It costs us a lot of money to open the doors. Steve Burns WCBS NEWS Radio 80 a conspiracy theory has been making the rounds involving false claims that Kamala Harris is not eligible to be vice president. Since both of her parents were immigrants. Paris is in fact a U. S. Citizen. She was born in Oakland, California, and she does meet all the requirements to be on the ticket. President Trump addressed the theory this week, saying he heard about it. And added he has no idea of its right. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy was on Fox News Sunday. Well, it's not true, and I and I hope and pray that the president moves off of that and gets to the Subsidence of stuff. You put up a bunch of things that I suspect that the president is not going to agree with. Let's hope for a debate based on substance, a campaign based on substance on the issues, and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows today, telling CNN At the claim wasn't something that the Trump campaign would be spreading or encouraging in anyway. Harris responded to the conspiracy, telling media outlet Agrio that the Trump campaign will engage in an attempt to distract from the re Elish use, she says it's going to be a knock down, drag out, she says. We're ready. 18 at double the CBS to get the traffic.
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"DOJ is appealing. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS Radio 80 18 WCBS news time and we're slowing down on the Belt Parkway this afternoon traffic and weather together responsive by hit water, and here's Jim Feldman. We sure are. Paul in Brooklyn and both directions. You've got roadwork near Bay Parkway. The eastbound delays not only back to Fourth Avenue, they're back out on the ramp coming off of Arizona Bridge, which itself Is also slow getting into Brooklyn on the upper level. And the westbound delays getting past a parkway. The way they go all the way back to Ocean Park. Wait again. It is all because of that road working now on the outbound Galanis expressways. You're approaching the Prospect Expressway. We see an accident there and one lane has blocked it is slow in the South Bound side. The B Q. E. Between the Kosciuszko Bridge and Hamilton Avenue slow on the north bound side as well between Metropolitan Avenue getting up to the l i e. There's construction just before the L I e in the center lane. There's construction on the ramp to the east banality, and that has a lane blocked as well. Also in Queens, the L I e is slow in both directions between the Clearview Expressway in the fairgrounds. North bound ClearView bumper to bumper between Northern Boulevard in the Throgs Neck Bridge South down delays getting out of the Grand Central Parkway. Which itself that is GM guppy Spanish. You're approaching the Cross Island Parkway to the westbound cross Bronx. We go where it is about a 45 minute delay to the outbound George, starting a Castle Hill Avenue about 1/2 an hour in both directions of the Deacon Expressway. The south down the ladies go back into the two thirties. 10 to 15 at the Harlem River Drive on that ramp to the outbound George and minor delays Outbound George Washington Bridge coming off of the Henry Hudson Parkway, just that ramp is starting to slow down into his pure water infused with surprisingly true fruit flavors, including watermelon, blackberry and cherry. No sugar, no sweeteners. No calories available in your local grocery store or a drink in dot com hit water with a touch of true fruit flavor. Next traffic update less than 10 minutes away, and double the CBS about a couple of showers south of Atlantic City down towards Cape May and Wildwood Well, pretty quiet right now. Here's your five day forecast. Now from Bob Larson makes her clients is sunshine.
22-year-old man arrested in death of teen who was stabbed, set on fire in Bronx, New York City
"Who is dead and another young man is accused of killing him Wednesday in the hybrid section of the Bronx. People heard screaming, coming from the hallway of their apartment building in Highbridge, Finding someone on the floor on fire. The NYPD says those neighbors used water to try to put the fire out. 18 year old Winston Ortiz was later pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital. Not only had he been set on fire, police say he had been stabbed three times. 22 year old Adana spit tan Sis has been arrested. Police say the killing arose out of an argument. That, too had Betances reportedly the brother of Ortiz's girlfriend. Ortiz's neighbors. Tell CBS too. He was a good kid. Sing mean is devastating. I can't even imagine the pain Ortiz is. Aunt Victoria writes on Facebook that this is unimaginable, calling her nephew a quiet and sweet kid. She started up a go fund me to help with funeral expenses. Steve Burns.
New York Lawmakers Look To Do Away With Open Container Laws
"There are calls to do away with New York's open container laws with bars and restaurants now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go. WCBS is Steve Burns has been looking into this for us, and he joins us now. Steve, where these calls coming from. Kalinda. We know there are now Bill's in Albany, one of the Assembly one in the Senate that would repeal open container laws for the duration of the Koven emergency, and they really stand out of the belief The government is essentially contradicting itself. Right now, bars and restaurants are now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go as you said, some of them are doing itjust through. You know, a front window and supporters here say this is the government really telling you to break the law that public drinking was going to be inevitable with this going on? There's also a belief that banning outdoor drinking is going to lead to people gathering indoors, which is obviously much more dangerous in terms of spreading the Corona virus. Well, there are numbers available around how open container laws are being enforced now. So what do those numbers tell us, Right? That's AH, That's the other big part of this call that the ones who are paying the price for this a restaurants that are already struggling to survive. And disproportionately people of color. As we see. In the NYPD data, Gothamist published some numbers on the NYPD enforcement Since January, 91% of summonses went to people of color, black and Hispanic people, 7% went toe white people, which is obviously well out of whack from the general population. The other concern is restaurant enforcement. The state has been focusing most of its efforts on the city. Even though there's no evidence the problem is any worse here than anywhere else in the state. These lawmakers say We shouldn't be making life even harder for these restaurants that are struggling to survive as it
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"Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty W. CBS news time is seven eighteen time now for traffic and weather together on the eight to ten over the traffic center first here's Tom Kaminski a writer Linda a little bit of better news now in the major Deegan that construct that road work or I should say that collision on the major Deegan with the vehicle fire is now cleared away and everything has been re opened all the travel lanes there have now finally been re open in the delay has eased out very nicely as well the road work is in place on the Connecticut turnpike northbound from six right on up through exit nine in Stamford is very heavy there so at least a couple of lanes blocked that construction is going to be running right through the overnight so the poster of the Merritt parkway they would be better for you the belt parkway westbound side at the van Wyck we had a crash there that has been cleared and something that's going to be with us for a while is going to be the structure one nine read seven closing right there at the Charlotte circle on going water main break that is at last check when we heard from Kevin ring tone and had not even been capped at that point so it is still really heavy in that area totally Avenue was also still shut down from county road on down to the timely circle if your outbound side of the Holland tunnel do not go for that covered roadway in Jersey city stay away from one nine Gulf of the New Jersey Turnpike Newark bay extension instead I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center let's get a check of our weather forecast our five day forecast from meteorologist Frank straight this evening's not so bad but it'll be turning cloudy tonight will be forty eight in midtown they will have gray skies.
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"Cuomo says the number of cases in the state one peak for another seven to twenty one days Peter has told WCBS newsradio eighty eighty the governor's brother Chris Cuomo has covered nineteen he says he's feeling well and will continue to anchor his CNN show from his basement where he is in quarantine away from his family another field hospital is on the way this one at the Billie Jean King tennis center in flushing W. CBS's Steve burns has more on that add this to the many surreal sights were getting used to in this city where we should be watching and playing tennis they'll now be a three hundred fifty bed hospital so I'm looking forward to the day when this is going to be a place for tennis again but in the meantime I'm inspired by the fact that people are stepping up near the blahs uses it will take three weeks to build out of the Billie Jean King tennis center but it can start receiving its first patients in a week it is specifically I want to help patients who come through Elmhurst hospital and can receive care here it's going to help take the pressure off Albers it's still an ongoing effort to expand the city's hospital capacity to Blasio says to triple the previous total of twenty thousand beds we're just going to keep going every single day adding and adding and adding to get to the point where we have what we need additionally the mayor says ten playgrounds across the city you're being close to where thirties didn't see enough social distancing Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty there are nearly eighteen thousand seven hundred cases of covert nineteen in New Jersey two hundred sixty seven people have died WCBS reporter Kevin Rincon is more on the garden state response in the ongoing effort to flatten the curve governor Murphy says it is important to remember this isn't about you it's about us for now New Jersey remains the second most impacted state in the country and supplies are running out in a perfect world the federal government would give us all the testing material we need all the personal protective equipment that we need but that hasn't been the case so they've had to ration a number of things including tests in who gets that so we made the decision for obvious personal health reasons to test symptomatic people only one concern remains the most vulnerable your state health commissioner Judy person Kelly currently eighty one of our three hundred and seventy five long term care facilities have reported at least one covered nineteen positive resident she says moving forward safety guidelines at all of those facilities have been enhanced in New Jersey Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty in Connecticut there are three thousand one hundred twenty eight cases of covered nineteen sixty nine people there have died of.
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"C. B. S.'s Steve burns spoke to a lawmaker behind the proposal the goal says New York state senator Brad Hoyle meant is to eliminate the stigma we're trying to normalize the issue of mental and behavioral health right now students across New York state have to be physically hurt or sick to take a day off from school without punishment being sick isn't just about being physically ill in some cases can involve one mental or behavioral state oilman's bill would change the state's guidelines to allow mental or behavioral issues to be permitted reasons for someone to stay home from school no longer work children have to hide the fact that it may be related to their mental health that they're seeking a six day he says there also be guidelines looking to prevent abuses of the new rule Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty that is not rose a flowing from your faucet the tap water in parts of New York's capital is turning pink but officials say it's probably safe to drink the Albany water department says the coloration seen Saturday here is the result of a pass through of a chemical used in the treatment process water department says the pink water is also safe to use for cooking and bailing but don't use your laundry with it because it could turn stuff thank that chemical is used to control the taste and odor of tap water it's also used to remove color and impurities the high cost of the opioid crisis is costing a Long Island more than you might think a lot more here's a fee all when you total up the medical expenses lost productivity by workers in economic losses the total equals eight billion dollars that is what the opioid crisis calls Long Island per year a new study by the fiscal policy institute also shows that one in four new Yorkers say they have had a. family member friend or acquaintance that is died because of an opioid overdose and the total in private health care costs because of the epidemic one hundred seventy two million dollars on Long Island alone Sofia holder B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty WCBS news.
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"Here's your host steve burns the. I asked her next storyteller. What is your happy place and he said looking at the water on the beach. Please please welcome walter pablo. You know i've always considered myself a good guy. Someone who could do the right thing no matter what the situation was born with <hes> you know into a good family to loving parents. I was the oldest of three sons and two catholic school almost my entire life in fact at a very young age asia was even an ultra boy without incident. I might add things went my way. They were good by the age age. Twenty nine had moved my family at a wife and two young kids in a move them into a beautiful home north of atlanta and a big gated community with golf course was wonderful awful and i took a job with a company company and probably heard m._c._i. Telecommunications and i was going to job in finance and it was going to be a great job. I was going to be collecting money but it was will be just collecting money from really tough guys. It was going to be collecting money from companies who sold long distance and resold under their own brand name some of these companies. You've those who heard of worldcom was a customer of ours enron adelphia quest. I realize now it sounds a little a bit like a police lineup but i mean going back these were great growing companies and they build billions of dollars on m._c._i.'s network but there was another group that causes some concern sir and they were called tier three carriers much smaller they build fifty thousand to maybe a few million dollars.
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"The couple WCBS Steve burns is in Bushwick. Felix Peralta was shocked waking up to crime scene tape and investigators going in and out right next door to it. I just don't get how this happens. Saturday night, frowned seven police came upon a seventy one year old woman stabbed to death inside this condo at Bushwick avenue in garden street for eighty seven year old husband had also been stabbed but was still alive. He was rushed to Bellevue in critical condition. Several neighbors Pearl to, including told me the woman identified Maria Rodriguez was fond of sitting on her front steps waving high and feeding the pigeons she was a kind old lady to me. I never knew any violence, anything next door. Or any domestic dispute data on other neighbors, say the husband was in failing health may have been confined to a wheelchair in Bushwick. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty a suspected purse snatcher jumped off ramp of the Brooklyn Bridge to escape police last night and was injured in the fall. The robbery was committed in Brooklyn's Dumbo the suspect tried to escape by car across the bridge ended up ramming a police cruiser and then tried to escape on foot. He was in critical condition at Bellevue, double democratic presidential candidate Beto Aurora is criticizing President Trump's decision to send fifteen hundred troops to the Middle East to counter us. Oppose it fed from Iran. I'm suspicious of a national security team that has so often called for war. You have someone in Bolton who has publicly said that he wants regime change in Iran. He made his comments this morning on CBS face the nation. Republican Senator.
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"West Windsor. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty it's eleven thirty three. The New York Times is reporting some of the investigation investigators on the special counsel mother team looking into Russia, and the Trump campaign say attorney general William bar did not properly portray their findings won't go away and pill bar decides to turn over most of this report. And if he keeps on holding back the Democrats are not going to back down. In fact, they're just going to use it against bar and the president. Say you would have full disclosure if you're confident that this report really did exonerate Trump. That's former federal prosecutor and Loyola Law School, professor Laurie. Levenson the times reports that many on Muller team felt there were more troubling issue for President Trump than Mr. bar indicated in his summary. Former vice president Joe Biden posted a video on Twitter today saying he will be more mindful about respecting personal space in the future. Only believe covering and quite frankly life for that matter is acting connect people that will. I will be more mindful respectful people's personal space, and that's a good thing. Yeah. This comes after accusations at Biden touch some ca two women in ways that made them feel uncomfortable. One former Nevada politician Lucy Florez said he approached from behind kissed the back of her head and snifter hair back in two thousand fourteen. And then there was another woman in Connecticut who said GRA Biden grabbed her face when she was thanking congressional staff at an event in two thousand nine Biden is considering a run for president in twenty twenty. It's eleven thirty five Fox News channel is saying democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders will appear on the network for townhall event, April fifteenth, you'll be the first democrat to appear on FOX for this type of event current presidential campaign. You had other candidates who've been appearing for interviews. Now. The town hall will be held in Bethlehem Pennsylvania, focus on the economy and jobs. Now to vote down party lines on Capitol Hill. Earlier today, the House Judiciary committee voted to authorize subpoenas for the release of the full Muller report. The twenty four seven vote authorized chairman, Jerry Nadler issue subpoenas was along party lines. Democrat Sheila jackson-lee says the subpoenas are a tool in case Nadler needs them, we may have from the attorney general.
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"Holmdale, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the salt. Spreaders hit the road in Connecticut today as well. And the governor's asking nut makers to show some love for DOT drivers just want to again. Thank the seven hundred folks who have been on those plows over the last twelve hours going nonstop. And their work has just begun brings them some cookies if you see him they deserve special. Shoutout. New York City's department of sanitation warning of black ice on roadways city sanitation Commissioner Catherine Garcia, no one else should be at the we will be out to ensure that there are no ICS areas. But if anyone is out there was driving. You should anticipate that their wet streets could become very icy very very quickly. And we talk about roads, but you know, sidewalks can be. Just as dangerous in your FICO right out from under you the ice. Not always obvious there on the sidewalk the easiest way to avoid trouble today. Just stay at home day thirtieth of the government shutdown, and it's still no deal, and no dealing. That's the word from Washington. Democrats after President Trump offered to trade more protection for dreamers. If he got all the money. He wanted for the border wall. Democrats repeated no discussion of immigration until the president approves a budget to reopen the government even so vice President Mike Pence told CBS's Face the nation. He was hopeful for the president's latest offer, we believe that provides a framework a framework for ending this impasse, securing our border and reopening government offense thinks it will gain traction after Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell brings it to the Senate floor Tuesday. A Trump's plan though, seems to stand little chance of getting the sixty votes needed to move ahead in the GOP controlled Senate. This is Mike smeltzer Senator Chuck Schumer's midtown office. It's very hard to. Negotiate when a gun is healthier head Senator Schumer calls. President Trump's offer one-sided and ineffective the president offered to grant temporary protections for Dhaka recipients, something the Democrats want in exchange for nearly six billion dollars in border wall money, the president wants Democrats leader in the Senate says though that that deal is an example of President Trump negotiating through hostage taking it was the president who single handedly took away DACA and TPS protections in the first place offering some of those protections that he took away back in exchange for the wall is not a compromise, but hostage taking Senator Schumer reiterated Democrats will not go sheet on immigration until President Trump agrees to I reopen. The government in midtown smeltzer abuse CBS, News Radio eight eighty Long Island. Republican congressman Peter King supports the president's border wall. And he supports the president's latest offer. He says it's a good thing. Good compromise. If the Democrats think more is needed than they should do that at the table. But to me there's so much available. It wasn't before. Useful to come to the table. And not to give the president what he wants to two miles. A will. They will be getting talking to.
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"Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a worker at a used car dealership in Rockland county was shot after getting into a spat with a customer it. Happened at Uber. Auto sounds in west Nyack around three fifteen yesterday afternoon. The gunman got away the Thirty-seven-year-old victim was taken to the hospital with a torso wound. No word on his condition. Police say it's not clear if the victim and the gunman knew each other the measles outbreak keeps growing there are now fifteen cases in ocean county now state health officials are warning Passaic county that an infected person may have visited Passaic chill youth drop in centre juniors kosher deli and Rite Aid earlier this month. There are also seventy seven measles cases in Rockland county and twenty nine in Brooklyn. Doctors are urging parents to make sure their kids are immunized against the highly contagious disease symptoms. Include rash, high fever. Cough runny nose and red watery eyes measles can cause pneumonia and inseparable light has before New York gave Amazon one point two billion dollars in tax breaks to open a new headquarters in Long Island city, the online retail giant received up to forty five million dollars in state grant money, according to the daily news Amazon received the money from a state program that rewards businesses that create high paying jobs, but excludes companies engaged predominantly in retail. Amazon is considered a tech company. So it was eligible the company has promised to bring at least twenty-five thousand high paying jobs to Long Island city, family and friends are grieving after a thirty one year old father was struck and killed on the Long Island expressway, Eric Prideaux of Selden was on his way home from a wedding with his pregnant wife and two year old son when he rear ended a car he got out to check on the damage, and as he was walking back to his car. He was hit by a Subaru and then another vehicle hit his family's car, Prado's, wife and son along with the driver who hit him what were taken to the hospital for evaluation family friend, Alana Schaefer, tell CBS too. He was a good guy without a second thought. He would just stop by. And he's had it before you, call anybody, and you're doing anything, let me see if I can fix it for you. He was always helpful and helping us with anything that we need the accident happened early Saturday in your exit forty nine in Melville, no arrests have been made New Jersey lawmakers start voting tomorrow on. Bills that would legalize recreational marijuana. Governor Murphy supports the legislation, but it's not clear if there are enough votes for the measure to pass if the bills are approved New Jersey would become the eleventh state to legalize recreational pot money pit is next WCBS. CBS news time nine seven get the ultimate black Friday.
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"WCBS reporter Steve burns is joining us live from outside. The Brooklyn battery tunnel in red hook, Steve. Yeah. Good morning. Tanya would say it's a nice day for a race. But but the majority of this race is going to be spent under the East River. So yeah, this race does hold a lot of meeting for a lot of people here. It's named after one first responder. But really, it's an honor and tribute to all first responders here in New York everywhere. It's a five K retracing the steps that Stephen Siller took on the morning of nine eleven he just finished his shift here in Brooklyn when he heard what was happening at the World Trade Center in new he had to go over there and help he drove his truck to the entrance to the Brooklyn battery tunnel here only to find it already close to traffic. So he ditched the truck he strapped on sixty pounds of his gear, and then started making the trek on foot through the tunnel. And eventually the lower Manhattan Ciller was one of three hundred forty three firefighters to pass away that day the race today in his memory started one year later in two thousand and two with about fifteen hundred runners were expecting about thirty thousand here today among. Them. I'm seeing some firefighters coming to run in their full gear as a tribute to Ciller as namesake foundation is currently raising money to build mortgage free houses for military and first responder widows the race gets underway at nine thirty. Will be a barbecue in concert waiting for runners at the finish line along easy street in lower Manhattan Tanya. Steve burns live for us in red hook Brooklyn in central park a barrier. Toppled over at the global citizen festival last night. Making a loud clattering noise causing some of the sixty thousand people to panic and take off running fearing possible gunshots. The NYPD directed them Abbott apart..
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"Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty what would the United Nations General assembly now underway leaders from around the world are in Manhattan. And it always seems like they bring traffic from around the world ads in Manhattan if I had to work here. I would take this week off. It would be my vacation Michael Doherty is now lived across from the United Nations headquarters for thirty years and for each of those thirty years he's been increasingly inconvenienced as his neighborhood turns into ground zero for international diplomacy to show your ID across forty second street. You have to do all kinds of things we have, you know, cops and troops and everything around here yet, and traffic is horrible. He is right about that getting around you and headquarters will be a test in drivers patients with road closures throughout the area and the random. Motorcade shutting down traffic altogether. The suggestion here is to take mass transit. But if you are going to drive be prepared to be stuck in traffic outside the United Nations headquarters bikes melts, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the NYPD is investigating. The stabbing deaths of two men this weekend. I called in just before seven AM Saturday officers got to west one seventy six and haven avenue washing. Tonight's defined a thirty five year old dad from several stab wounds. No arrests in that case. And then just after two AM Sunday cops in Brooklyn. So they found a twenty two year old man stabbed in the stomach on Bainbridge street. He was taken over to a hospital later died. Cops say they also took a man in custody in that second case, but no arrests a twenty nine year old NYPD housing officer was arrested in queens, Saturday night accused of threatening his ex girlfriend on social media hours after he was released without bail from his arraignment earlier Saturday after Keith Roman was arrested Friday is accused of. Choking and beating up his ex girlfriend back in may and June. Now, investigators say Roman violated an order of protection by threatening her on social media, and they say he left the woman a threatening voicemail in early September on a seventh while he was at queen's criminal court and investigators say Roman was arrested in late March for drunk driving after Cavs caught him sleeping behind the wheel. With the engine running on the side of clearview expressway Roman suspended without pay right now. We'll.
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"Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty or with the United Nations General assembly now underway leaders from around the world are in Manhattan. And it will seem like they brought traffic from around the world to add to Manhattan if I had to work here. I would take this week off. It would be my vacation Michael Doherty is now lived across from the United Nations headquarters for thirty years and for each of those thirty years he's been increasingly inconvenience does his neighborhood turns into ground zero for international diplomacy draft to show your ID across forty second street. You have to do all kinds of things we have cops and troops and everything on around here. Yeah. And then traffic is horrible is right about that. Getting around you at headquarters will be a test in drivers patients with road closures throughout the area and the random motorcade shutting down traffic altogether. The suggestion here is to take mass transit. But if you are going to drive be prepared to be stuck in traffic. Outside the United Nations headquarters bikes melts WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty the NYPD investigating. The stabbing deaths of two men this weekend. I was called in just before seven AM Saturday officers got to west 176 in haven avenue in Washington heights. They say they found a thirty five year old dead from several stab wounds nor arrests in that case. And then just after two AM Sunday cops in Brooklyn found a twenty two year old man stabbed in the stomach on Bainbridge street. He was taken to a hospital where he later died. Cops took him in the custody in that second case, but nor arrests at this point a twenty nine year old NYPD housing officer was arrested in queens, Saturday night, accused of threatening his ex girlfriend on social media hours. After queens. Judge Suzanne Melendez released officer Keith Roman without bail his arraignment on Saturday after he was arrested Friday accused of choking and beating up his ex girlfriend back in may and June. Now, investigators say Roman violated an order of protection by threatening her on social media, and they say he left the woman a threatening voicemail in early September on the seventh while at while he was at queen's criminal court and investigators say Roman was arrested in late March for drunk driving after cops say they caught him sleeping behind the wheel. Deal with the engine running on the side of clearview expressway, Roman right now suspended without pay. WCBS? CBS news time is twelve. Oh seven. We'll check traffic and weather together in a minute, including Hudson river crossings that overnight construction underway. Right now. Join T.
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"The greatest scape speaking of which do you know when i did steve burns movie the character that playing at one point is putting golf balls in his office and somebody connected with the movie was friends with the james garner state speaking of the greatest scape and the putter i used was james garner's old putter and i fucking believable because i always watch me tv in the rockford files is one of my favorite shows of all time and i love it even more than i did when i was a kid because i never understood like i think losers too harsh word but like how much this guy was struggling life he lived in on a trailer on the beach he had the firebird he didn't have the money for the transam and he couldn't sustain a relationship i mean the guy was a mess he didn't like to fight i mean he was just fucking funniest health it's another one that i love but i'm right now i'm just burning through that seventy seven sunset strip with ephram zimbalist junior can't get enough of that show it's that classic shit or anytime woman comes on screen they play that fucking saxophone music man it's fucking layers ephraim smoking like every other scene in in his drink is he likes an old fashioned ri and like back then when they were building a character like they had to have their drink and they had to have a car and efren symbolises character in seventy seven sunset strip is he favors of ford thunderbird convertible and i've been i've only seen season six so i think that was a nineteen sixty three or sixty four thunder bertram vertebral but i went online and i watched the intro to all the different seasons in he seems to have late fifties because rent from like fifty seven sixty three six seasons or something like that so it'd be cool i'm watching it and he gets a new thunderbird every year convertible and once again the restaurant office that he's coming out of dean martin's dinos federal restaurant that he had and which was on last sienna on sunset boulevard the corner of last sienna go on the southwest side of the street pretty fucking bad ass anyways i'm an old man and i got to shows to do here thank you to everybody that came out to portland last night i had such great shows and thank you to everybody who's coming out to my show tonight seattle this is one of my favorite cities and i think the next time i come here i'm going to try to do what i did with in san francisco i'm gonna place smaller venue and just be here for a weekend i'm gonna bring my wife and kid up here the lovely neo always wanted to go to seattle and i've never brought her up here i don't know it's a shame because it's so fucking close just never seems to work out with their schedules so i think next time i might do one of my favorite theaters in the country which is the more theater which you rock fans that's where else and change shut that black and white concert film that's where pearl jam shot that video where he'd better climbed up the side and drop down into the ground could get down a couple point the dow right minutes that's all right that's it go fuck yourselves congratulations to france winning the world cup congratulations to croatia england belgium all you guys got down to the final four it's fucking incredible incredible thing to watch and i hope to go the next time there's a world cup i'll check in on you on thursday see see.
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"That reminds me though steve burns was the guy who did blows close yeah and he went on to start a band and it's pretty good name of the band steve burns okay crew era but no now he he added there's an album they'll probably make it to the rock and roll hall of fame before foreigner does who won't me and my legs shaker over here will the bernie guy probably make it to the rock and roll hall of fame before foreigner does and will be ridiculous steve burns absolutely though triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 let's go to friend though in pennsylvania a friend you're on the blaze hey hey yeah i don't know if it's true but i heard that at least half of the illegal aliens uh overstayed their work visa uh and i i'd like to know uh if uh trump is doing anything about that is he trying to abolish the work visas as eu limiting yet uh also um i heard that uh uh another problem is tourism people come over here as tourists and they never leave florida so went on not appreciate it thanks for the question friend he's not trying to eliminate those programmes but he's definitely trying to clean them up and trying to make sure that we stay on top of that stuff because the democrats for and not just democrats complicit republicans as well have just allowed this mess to happen and they don't care that people come here at overstay their visas and they didn't do anything about it in fact it was great for the obama administration because they want more voters here voting for them and they're trying to get these people legalized get them amnesty make them citizens so that they can become their voting block now that's what they're counting on they believe that if they can get all these people from foreign countries who come here with more socialist sensibilities they're going to have a better shot to get their socialist agenda past and stay in power.
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"Results may vary w at a elephant woodbridge wmal wash rescuers game six three really i'll news it three maria leaf we are just as maximum sun coverage in dc but the moon will still be partially in front of the sun for about another hour and it's a special event for folks on the national mall which is where we find wmal steve burns area the rarity of this is lost on anyone here the rarity in the sky got to be honest i don't recall seeing something like this report and the rarity on the ground we look around everyone is all a shade sizes similar are here together happy there was ever a time when this country needed something that we can share and enjoy together pisses it there have been a few clouds passing over but for the most part it looks like what i can only described as subdued sunlight brightness style down credible site for everyone to see on the national mall steve burns on wbal wbalcom malloy oregon became the first of what will be many states to experience a total eclipse today as as it passed totality this crowd erupted diamond sort of juice losing off julia side of the moon absolutely and now and now this is i had never seen correspondent miguel marquez we have some pictures of the eclipse along with a live stream at wmal dot com on our facebook page wmal dc the police chief for spain's catalonia region says the extremists cell suspected of carrying out last week's fatal van attack has been broken now that twelve members a thorny had identified are all accounted for the regional police chief making the assessment after two of his officers shot and killed the one suspect who was thought to still be at large earlier today eight of the men responsible for the attacks that left fifteen people dead are dead themselves isis has claimed responsibility for that attack near this hour are.