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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
Fresh update on "steve burns" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Burns and other with unspecified injuries. Curtains to Children were also taken to the hospital, although it's unclear if they were heard. Mertens was not More New Yorkers are fearful of writing mass transit during the pandemic on their opting to buy cars. WCBS Steve Burns is that's not sitting well with the mayor of New York ER is thinking about buying a car. Mayor de Blasio had some simple advice. Don't cars are the past. The mayor famously chauffeured to his park Slope gym every morning before the pandemic hit, says he will not have a car once he's out of office. Cars don't make sense in New York City with all the other options, but some New Yorkers don't seem to be following that advice. It's Mark Sheinberg, the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association says it was a rough spring. But now June and July have been much better. There's an influx of people coming in who have never owned a car before, Sheinberg says. Especially when it comes around the five boroughs. The news outlet, the city reports, new car registrations in the summer months are outpacing 2019 numbers. It comes as the city is going through a plague of traffic violence has described by gridlock Sam Schwartz in his daily news column, He says the past two months have been the deadliest the city has seen in around a decade. Steve Burns. WCBS News Radio 80 More drivers have been speeding in New York City during the pandemic, but NYPD officers have been handing out far fewer speeding tickets. New department number show school Zone Speed cameras are having mohr speeders but Post reports. The number of tickets issued by officers during the third week of July was down 74% for the third week of February before the pandemic hit. City Councilman Donovan Richards thinks the drop in ticketing is a result of Declining morale within the NYPD Mayor De Blasio and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea have denied there's been a slowdown. California judge has blocked efforts by uber and lift to call their workers independent.
New York PD disperses protest encampment outside City Hall
"Justice and police reform protest that followed the death of George Floyd, which also brought an occupy city hall. Encampment Tomato Vlasios doorstep. Our Steve Burns has been covering this all week, and he spoke with Lynda Lopez on our Friday evening show with the 80 weekly Rewind. We are now weeks into the racial justice and police reform protests that have followed the death of George Floyd and here in New York. Movement also brought an occupy city hall encampment to marital Blasio's doorstep in lower Manhattan. Our Steve Burns has been covering this story all week. Now, Steve. Many people may not be paying the same level of attention, but the protests are ongoing. And take us back over what you saw over the last week. Right. They called an abolition plaza right outside City Hall on they had basically been camping out there for a month. This was right before talking late June when this started right before. The City Council started debating the budget, and the main purpose of this encampment was to call for a big reduction in the NYPD is budget they wanted to see. A $1,000,000,000 taken out of the NYPD is budget. The headline was that that happened. It's debatable whether there was some fuzzy math and some bathing and switching going on in the budget, But in any case, the budget was put into place on July 1st. But the encampment continued. A lot of people left. It shrunk in size and kind of turned into more of Ah, homeless encampment. Lot of resource is for homeless people. There was food. There were some artwork going on on the mission of the encampment didn't really resonate as much once the budget process was over, But Regardless, they stayed there. There was some questions about how long they would be allowed to stay there. They kind of straddle the line between protest and encampment. And I was kind of the political struggle that Mayor de Blasio found himself and he didn't want to be stifling anyone's First Amendment rights. At the same time. He has a history of Ah, dismantling encampments like this. And our colleague Rich Lam asked the mayor the day before. You know how long is this going to stay in place? And he basically said those same things that people have the right to protest. It's up to the NYPD. And the following night. About 3 30 in the morning. Early Wednesday morning, the NYPD came through shoulder to shoulder shields down and dismantle this encampment I got there right afterwards, There were still some people. They're kind of mingling on the periphery. They told me they got no warning whatsoever. The NYPD you just came through. And by the time I got there about an hour after it happened, they already pulled garbage trucks up to the plaza. We're loading Anything and everything into these garbage trucks, tables, chairs, clothing signs, all getting put right into the garbage truck. Some of these demonstrators told me this was Ah, you know, a special place there were Providing services for homeless people picking up the slack where the city wasn't performing, but The NYPD and its leadership basically said the time that come in a trunk in size. It wasn't as much of a protest anymore as it wasn't encampment, And they decided that when's Was the right time to do it. WCBS is
New York Police Clear Occupy City Hall Encampment, Mayor Says ‘Health And Safety Issues Were Growing’
"After the city Hall Park encampment was dismantled. Protesters marched to City Hall, but we're forced to disperse when met by police not occupy city Hall. Protests that went on for a month no longer exists after police staged a predawn operation, clearing everyone out. Able to use. CBS reporter Steve Burns described a scene about 90 minutes after it was over over What What What had had had had been been been been an an an an encampment encampment encampment encampment filled filled filled filled with with with with people. people. people. people. Tense Tense Tense Tense signs signs signs signs is is is is now now now now just just just just an an an an empty empty empty empty plaza plaza plaza filled filled only only with with graffiti graffiti over over pretty pretty much much every every available available surface. surface. Sanitation Sanitation crews crews methodically methodically put put everything everything into into garbage garbage trucks. trucks. Now Now getting getting to to work work on on that that graffiti. graffiti. People People in in the the encampment encampment woke woke up up right right around around 3 3 32 32 police police wearing wearing helmets helmets with with shields, shields, telling them to get out or get arrested. NYPD chief of Operations race, Bonilla says it went smoothly. We felt the time had come to end occupation and allowed cleanup crews to begin the proper process of removing the graffiti. He says. They gave an advanced warning of atleast 10 minutes. Demonstrators here tell me this is direct evidence off. What they're protesting. What we saw here today was nothing short of No freedom. No Justin. The NYPD tells us seven arrests were made outside City
New York City to provide child care to supplement partial school reopening plans
"A week after announcing a partial return to in person school this fall, Mayor de Blasio is now introducing a massive operation to give parents daycare options. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has more if you have a background in childcare and some space the city wants to hear from you. We need anyone who has space that might work for child care to let us know of their willingness to work with us. Mayor De Blasio says They're working to build up childcare. Sites has parents headed back to work. Look for options on days. Their kids aren't in school. We've got to give more ability of parents who need to get backto work that capacity and the childcare and make all the difference in the world. Every possible space is being considered, the mayor says, including community centers and libraries. He estimates 50,000 kids a day can be served with plans to expand. Now we've got A little under two months until school begins. We've got a lot to do and nothing like this has ever been attempted on this timeframe, De Blasio says. It will be available to every family regardless of their ability to pay.
New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor Dining
"Tomorrow is gonna be a big day in New Jersey has outdoor dining can start again and retail shops can welcome customers back inside the B. C. B. S. S. C. burns tells us how some places are getting ready the tables spaced six feet apart her all set for diners on the water it McLuhan's rum runner in sea bright taking that next step forward because it's been very very difficult to McAloon says some of his other restaurants will be taking advantage of expanded sidewalk and street space as far as health and safety says masks gloves and sanitizer will be abundant everybody at first but you know you'd like to think that the quality of your service the quality approval when the day any indoor dining is still not allowed retail shops are also getting ready to welcome people back inside limited to fifty percent capacity it's going to be great actually see customers again chip Heisler loans tunes a record shop in Hoboken he's only leading ten people inside at a time and he's hoping customers are able to self police I don't think any of us shop owners want to be you know having to referee and say Hey you've got to move further away from this gentleman here he will also have masks gloves hand sanitizer at the ready Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight
A New York City police officer was charged with assault after he was recorded knocking down a protester in Brooklyn
"Now to the police officer who shot Jr was caught on camera shoving a police probe a protester to the ground in Brooklyn he has been charged in he's been to court live to Brooklyn right now for the update here's W. CBS reporter Steve burns and Paul this could represent a kind of a new status quo for the city and the police departments and prosecutors in terms of how quickly they move to discipline NYPD officers who have been caught on video or otherwise engaged in misconduct in this case officer Vincent de Andrea it's been charged with assault harassment criminal mischief and menacing after he was caught on video on may twenty ninth one of the first nights of protest in the city shoving a protester to the ground she rolled into the street and into a curb suffered a seizure and she was hospitalized I just within the past hour there was a virtual arrangement here at Brooklyn criminal court the injury appeared via video link behind bars answered a simple yes to the judge's questions the judge released him without bail released on his own recognizance the way it is or is set to come back to court October he's been ordered not to have any contact with the victim here the entry was suspended without pay by the NYPD last weekend he was ordered to surrender his
Thousands March New York City for 11th Day of Protests
"In strangers again took to the streets of New York City yesterday this time without the curfew to worry about W. CBS's Steve burns walked along with one group in Brooklyn with no curfew concerns they were free to March and free to make some noise windy registered nurse from queens says it's a bitter sweet atmosphere very sad about what has been going on but then one way to actually see people from all nations come together you know to say that because I think it's a good thing she wants to see equality for all something that hasn't been realized in health care either visible time that's the end racism this has been going on and we need to stop the only way we can do it is to do this legal voice be heard the group marched up Flatbush Avenue with police fans both of the front and the back eventually made their way to the pedestrian walkway at the Manhattan bridge at the Barclay center Steve burns WCBS newsradio
Violent Night of Looting in New York City Despite Curfew
"Much happened in the past twenty four hours peaceful protests during the day the return of looting and violence at night we asked my colleague Matt Rosenberg to give us a recap the night started off as the previous four before it this March has been peaceful there's not been any looting or fires or anything like that our Steve burns started in Times Square made his way to Chelsea and back toward trump tower and then the sun went down and the looting began I talked with one woman who was in the area since said that she described it as looking like two thousand people just making their way through here the ransacking anything and everything they could get carried on from Union Square through mid town all night long even after the eleven PM curfew at places like Macy's in Herald square looters leaving destruction in their wake garbage on fire in the streets of Lazio said on Twitter that some people tonight had nothing to do with the cause and stole and damaged instead that we won't allow but it was not all violent it's it's not talk about that from a Snapchat video showing a very large crowd in front of the seventy seventh precinct in Brooklyn but a peaceful crowd with officers watching mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty
Mid-Hudson Reopens Tuesday, Long Island On Wednesday: Cuomo
"The Hudson Valley and Long Island are both getting the green light to start the re opening now governor Cuomo's is more resources are being focused on the five boroughs of New York City to bring its numbers down further into get the re opening going in the city W. CBS reporter Steve burns with the update from the governor if you see a hot spot you have to be ready says governor Cuomo and we literally can now focus on those areas by zip code they are zeroing in on the hardest hit areas mostly minority communities he says and we want to slow the infection rate even in those communities and that will really bring the numbers down in New York City Cuomo also wants to in his words super charge these re openings if there's ever a time to actually take on this over do need a major infrastructure construction now is the time he says work is accelerating at Penn station and LaGuardia airport plus he has a meeting scheduled with president trump on Wednesday where he says
Murphy deploys 120 National Guard troops to New Jersey’s long-term care facilities
"One hundred twenty National Guard troops are now headed to nursing homes in New Jersey as the state struggled to contain coronavirus cases among the elderly W. CBS's Steve burns is following this and he joins us now with the latest from governor Murphy Steve what role will these troops be playing at the care centers Linda these troops will basically be a call to the bullpen in the words of governor Murphy providing some relief for workers bearing in doing some non medical jobs like VP logistics doing some cooking and cleaning it was pretty striking to see some of the numbers around nursing homes the curve is very much not black unique visibility is the reporting daily increases in both new cases and deaths and we know the state Attorney General is opening an investigation into what exactly happening in some of these centers but to start a hundred twenty National Guard troops are getting sent out across the state at least twenty or so are headed to Andover stuff that you did not discount on that so we told you that the horrifying story last month seventeen people found in a makeshift morgue the overall more than half of New Jersey deaths have been linked to long term care
Northeast states band together to buy protective gear
"The federal government refused to do it so New York New Jersey Connecticut and four other northeastern states have formed a consortium so they can get a better price of medical equipment and share it as needed Steve burns has this the daily Cuomo show is becoming something much larger we're going to form a consortium with R. seven northeast partner states as new York's governors joined by his counterparts in New Jersey or working with you Connecticut making sure that we control our own destiny going forward Pennsylvania Delaware Rhode Island and Massachusetts to announce a partnership to purchase medical equipment going forward which will make us more competitive in the international market place and I believe it will save taxpayers money he says it's preparation for the inevitable next time as for now the total hospitalization rate is down and that is good news so the number of deaths the governor says it's still tremendously distressing there's also a new order going out to all New York hospitals on protective gear every hospital has to have a ninety day supply stockpiled at the governor's office in midtown Steve burns WCBS newsradio
"steve burns" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"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.
New York to require masks or face coverings in public
"Their lousy once grocery store customers to wear homemade masks or C. burns has that story first it was a recommendation now mayor de Blasio says grocery stores can require face coverings put up a sign that says unless you're wearing a face covering you can't comment stores are within their rights to mandate them he says we will help you to enforce the rules it's connected to a new plan to Blasio's rolling out to make sure new Yorkers get the food they need I'm very confident making this pledge we will not allow any New Yorker to go hungry the city is buying eighteen million shelf stable meals it's also giving some work to for hire drivers delivering meals to people who can't get out these initiatives have priority even as the city's coffers dry up we're talking about a revenue loss between five billion and ten billion the mayor is calling on Washington to get some stimulus money to the city he says the country bouncing back hinges on New York bouncing back this city can't function there will not be a recovery for everyone else Steve burns WCBS newsradio
Home of the U.S. Open to be converted to a field hospital
"Home of tennis's U. S. open is becoming a hospital Steve burns with that story add this to the many surreal sights were getting used to in the 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 here to block your seasonal 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 elm Hurst it's still an ongoing effort to expand the city's hospital capacity to Blasio says to trip 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" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"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.
Connecticut - Gov. Lamont Says Fairfield County Needs Ventilators
"Eight eighty Fairfield County in Connecticut continues to be the source of our the epicenter I should say of that state's corona virus outbreak here's W. CBS reporter Steve burns Connecticut may not be the epicenter but it's close enough to the epicenter to be seeing the effects as governor Ned Lamont my friend Andrew Cuomo he wants us to get the support and aid in PP we need to help put out the fire in Fairfield County just like I want him to get the aid in Westchester county wants Washington to dole out money regionally not state by state we do continue to do everything we can ourselves we're looking over the arise were hoping the cavalry's coming up from a Washington DC a new field hospitals open in Danbury state epidemiologist Dr Matthew Carter says hospitals are looking for more space either by discharging patients who can go to other facilities by canceling elective surgery by opening wings of the hospital to have men open before orders are being put in for more ventilators as well he says every state in the country is trying to get as many ventilator says they can't Steve Burr instable you CBS news radio
New York - Governor Cuomo gives New York City 24 hours to address lack of social distancing
"Earlier governor Cuomo reported New York state now has fifteen thousand confirmed cases of corona virus that's up fifty percent from yesterday's level of ten thousand and he chided some new Yorkers about their lax social distancing habits saying the crowds he saw in city parks yesterday were exhibiting insensitive arrogant self destructive and disrespectful behavior I don't know what I'm saying that people don't get New York City must develop an immediate plan to correct this situation if you're going outside mayor Blasio quickly responded and seeing that more cops will be out in city parks looking to make sure you're moving along W. CBS's Steve burns reports if you're going outside keep it quick when we say you can go out for some exercise we're not saying you can linger we're not saying you can make a day of it mayor de Blasio says the NYPD will be keeping watch over city parts to make sure people stay separated we will be enforcing this but with our understanding for the challenges of people are facing for how new this is while there have been calls to close playgrounds deblasio says they're staying open at least for the next week you need to keep your children away from children who are not part of your family that's your responsibility concern is also been growing around the seven thousand inmates on reikers island where viruses can spread easily twenty three you're being released of Lazio says with another two hundred under
Hair Club for Men founder -- and client - Sy Sperling dies
"Hair club for men founder sy Sperling has died in Florida at the age of seventy eight Sperling became famous in the eighties for hair cook club members wills in which he would declare I'm not only the president but I'm also a client he sold the business for forty five million dollars in two thousand Connecticut is putting the brakes on a much talked about plan to charge highway tolls WCBS reporter Steve burns is in Greenwich with more the saga of tolling on
Jury deliberations continue for day 2 in Harvey Weinstein trial
"Recount a second day of jury deliberations in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial has wrapped up WCBS reporter Steve burns at Manhattan criminal court Steve the jury had more questions today yeah
New York police charge 14-year-old with murder of college student
"As a teenager named Roshan weaver has been arrested in connection with the killing of New York college student test the majors the killing shocked New York an eighteen year old freshman at Barnard College stabbed to death in a park this arrest is a major milestone on the path to justice for tessellate your spend hadn't district attorney cy Vance that they believe this fourteen year old suspect is the one who stabbed majors a thirteen year old who was allegedly also there with the rest of the day after the killing it was a painstaking and meticulous search for the truth according to the criminal complaint the defendant's DNA was found under majors fingernails it also says you have logged on to his own iCloud account from major stolen phone Steve burns for CBS news
"steve burns" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"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.
"steve burns" Discussed on The Moth
"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.
"steve burns" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Steve burns for CBS news New York coming up with the earth shook Thursday a lot of communities in ridgecrest really felt it more on that story just ahead for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five to twelve twenty five years loose dollars but I think tipster for checking in on the LA mejor traffic tip line three two three four six seven ten seventy to confirm what what I had to read earlier and this is on the northbound side of the five headed into these daily interchange and did so located right between Indiana and Loretta streets an SUV verses a motorcycle and your backed up budget about the seven ten they might start to be clear in this now everything I believe was over the right side is also affecting the north down seven ten connector to the north down five and also see some slowing on the southbound side of the of five connector the southbound seven ten don't know what all that business is about but it's and also you may want to get off of you coming up the northbound side of the five get to what your bowl of art and head up towards the east Elaine change past Easter later changed that away if you take in the north of seven ten my want to get off of Washington take it landed up to Beverly and get around everything that a way to you the the sixty year back to the seven ten but if you want to get to to the five that take Atlantic up to what you're Boulevard cut across give that to the sixty and hit the five that way we have a couple things going on in downtown crash that's clearing on the northbound side of the one ten before the one one connector to pick up trucks are being clear but it's still slow through that to transition road to the north on one one also the north on one one at the for level or changes little slow as well next reports coming up at twelve thirty five I'm least hours more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio cloudy than sunny today and Saturday but a bit more cloud cover on Sunday will see low clouds and fog this morning sunshine and warmer by.
"steve burns" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"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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"City council member who protested the Amazon deal has received a threatening text from a Long Island business owner w CBS's Steve burns has more. John Brown's smoke house owner, Josh Bowen concedes, the text may have been harsh. But he thinks it's recipient is in his words a dirt back. The text was sent to city council member Jimmy van Bremer one of the faces of the opposition that eventually led Amazon to ditch New York in it Bowen tells van Bremer he's about to make an appearance on Fox News and demands advan Bremer apologize to an Amazon executive or else. Bowen says he'll add more soundbites to the funeral pyre van Bremer's career. But when also tells van Bremer that he can be in the back of the parade or in front of the firing squad fan Bremer called the texts. Disgusting and said the NYPD is aware of it. Bowen is defending himself using his restaurants Twitter account saying he threatened van Bremer's career. But. You can't kill that. Which is dead. Anyway, Steve burns WCBS, NewsRadio eighty the city of Sacramento is bracing for possible. Protests after prosecutors announced they would not charge to police officers who shot and killed and unarmed black man Sacramento's district attorney said to police officers would not face charges in last year's fatal shooting of an unarmed. Black man the death of twenty two year old Stefan, Clark sparked nationwide protests. Prosecutors say that video evidence shows officers had a reasonable belief. Clarke had a weapon and threatened their lives. Clark was killed carrying a cell phone and his grandparents backyard CBS news, correspondent Rena Nina sixteen year old Edgar Garcia was arrested on Friday, charged with opening fire on a crowded Bronx street on February twenty-second the incident was caught on video police say Garcia was aiming at another man down the block, he now faces charges including attempted murder criminal use of firearm and reckless endangerment. It's coming up on twelve thirty six we'll always be on the radio. Uh-huh. At eight eighty AM. But the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app. Download it today. Listen anytime, anywhere. This.
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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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"News Radio eight eighty many memoir many more semi, automatic weapons may become available in the US and they would be untraceable even undetectable it's all because of, a change in federal policy more details on the wild shooting spree that led to, the hostage. Standoff at trader. Joe's in Los Angeles former Trump eight Carter page claims it's a smear campaign pledges he. Helped the Russian government the president fumes North Korea. Isn't doing anything at agreed to in the summit and Francesco Molinari wins the British Open the first major golf championship ever for an, attack and later it's degrom versus Tanaka in the rubber game the subway series tonight. Our, temperature in town seventy eight degrees with a cloudy sky good evening I'm Joe alarm a, quiet change in federal policy may allow a sea of guns to enter our society that's a warning from New York Senator Chuck. Schumer the new policy will allow websites to publish plans to, make a Fifteen type, assault weapons and other semi automatic guns on three d. printers here's WCBS reporter Steve burns regulations banning instructions on how to. Three d. print your own gun have existed since, at least twenty ten Senator Chuck Schumer says the Trump administration amazingly is now going to allow any evil. Doer to simply go online Seattle. Make a three d gun. Maintains the administration is doing. Away with the old rules thanks to lobbying from gun advocates there are fanatics in the gun lobby they believe every, American should have a gun three d. printed guns Schumer says or plastic but they can still do some, serious damage they can also go through metal detectors unnoticed earning the moniker ghost guns, if the. Trump administration doesn't. Put a stop to this he says pass legislation do our best facet he expects bipartisan. Support Schumer notes both the Reagan and George W. Bush administration supported legislation banning undetectable firearms at Grand Central steep burns CBS News Radio eight eighty the standings. Oh the I. Should say the, shootings in standoff at trader Joe's began as a dispute between twenty eight year old gene Atkins and his grandmother over whether Atkins girlfriend could, live with him and go grandmother's home in south LA that's from the. LA, times Atkins allegedly shot his grandmother seven times then took another woman hostage in his. Grandmother's car she sustained a head. Wound but it wasn't clear if she'd, been shot or pistol-whipped police found the car several hours later and they gave chase he, fired through the car's rear window at the. Officers and then slammed into a light pole, there was another gun battle. Outside the trader Joe's before Atkins ran inside the store, manager Melita, Colorado was, killed as she tried. To exit the store, it's not known whose bullet killed her KCBS TV's Jeff newgen spoke, with an employee Sean garage about his escape He was at the back, of the store.
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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.