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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Lawyer with expertise and restructuring and bankruptcy steve taiwa k._y._w. newsradio Traffic and weather on the twos. Here's. evening came out on four twenty two eastbound things still across between oaks and trooper the left lane blocked for overnight construction work they're also doing ten to fifteen minute intermittent closures that happens at about any time they can shut it down anytime definitely give yourself some extra time in that area you're looking at about a forty minute delay westbound side of twenty two looking good as a take a look at the middle east furniture jam cam pennsylvania turnpike it's westbound between ben salem unwilling grove construction crews in the right lane you also have construction work right now with pain to jolly road they are flagging out there and then to to southbound between thirty and boot road construction crews are in the right lane good news if you're heading out to the schuylkill expressway east and westbound in another center city things are looking good just a slight delay westbound on the vine street expressway as you merge onto the schuylkill expressway westbound also i ninety five north and southbound running at normal speeds into jersey the forty two freeway southbound ramp to ninety five northbound we'll be shutting down any minute for overnight road work that goes till about five a._m. tomorrow we do have construction we're got onto ninety five northbound at one thirty in the right lane and then seventy three this is at a crawl southbound between cooper road and franklin avenue it is right lane construction and the burlington bristol bridge construction work setting up right now at span's only one lane alternating at a time to get around those delays you wanna use that to coney palmira next update in less than ten minutes i'm jim master in the k._y._w. twenty four hour traffic center now the eyewitness weather five day forecast here c._b._s. three meteorologist lauren casey for tonight mostly clear staying warm with a low temperature at seventy two tomorrow another round.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Steve Taiwa, KYW, NewsRadio with the rash of gun violence in Philadelphia recently district attorney, Larry cressner is calling for change. The DA says criminal Justice reform is focused on the offender, but it should be focused on the victim, wrestler says he takes each gun case at face value. We need to remember individual Justice in each case, we need to be very careful that what is given out is going to be constructive in terms of turning those people away from crime either now or in the future or both cressner pointed the finger at prior administrations. Fact is that people are out there shooting right now grew up with DA's who were all about enforcement. They're all about long prison terms, and it didn't do damn thing, the DA went on to say that there are structural problems that need to be addressed. Like when a teen drops out of school doesn't have a sense of self worth much more likely to pick up a gun. Meanwhile, police are still trying to identify and find the gunman who killed one man in wounded five others at a graduation. And Father's Day party in southwest Philadelphia that shooting capped off a violent weekend in the city. The local lawmaker now once the governor get involved, KYW's Tim Jimenez, has the story Paschal playground where the graduation and Father's Day party shooting happened is in state Senator Anthony Williams's district that incident along with the shootings throughout the city over the weekend left. Several people dead and dozens wounded so Williams wrote a letter to governor Tom wolf asking him to declare a state of emergency or crisis in response. The gun violence in the city support. We've given the opioid crisis in America is level of support has government. We should be giving people living in these neighbors Williams says there should be an increase in the presence of temporary law enforcement in hard hit neighborhoods and a collaboration to best spend state and local dollars on anti violence programs for example, and of those who may say state of emergency wouldn't. Work. William says come up with something and make it happen. It's not about whether this idea that idea about an action governor wolves office. In a statement says the governor is reviewing all the requests that are made also plans on meeting with the state legislators from Philly, along with the mayor and law enforcement officials. Sim Jimenez, edible, you NewsRadio a man and woman from willow grove or on trial for murder accused of beating her four year old son to death. Prosecutors say he closely spilt cereal. W suburban bureau. Chief Jim Melwert reports from Norristown, prosecutors say nineteen year old Lisa Smith and twenty six year old kief king beat her son for euro as your Smith with the flipflop, then put him in a stalling hot shower punishment. They say for spilling, a serial friends, a pathologist Iain hood was asked how many times the boy was hit with the flipflop you said, he couldn't give an exact number because the marks overlapped judging by swelling and bruising, he says, dozens of times his the boy died from blunt force trauma burns to his back and from shock, but kings lawyer says while they were likely reckless negligent. This was not murderous. There was never intent normalisation Smith's lawyer says outcome does not equal intent washy concedes? It was a poor effort. At discipline, she argues, they never planned to kill the boy, she says, after Smith called nine one one she put a coat and boots on her son. Not the action. She argues of someone who's willfully trying to kill her child. In Norristown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio China and the United States are, renewing trade talks ahead of meeting next week between the. Leaders of the two countries..

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Steve Taiwa KYW, NewsRadio a woman and her boyfriend are on trial for murder. Prosecutors say they beat her four year old son to death because he spilt some cereal w suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports from the courthouse. In Norristown, prosecutors say nineteen year old, Lisa Smith and twenty six year old Keith king beat her son for euro. Does your Smith with the flip flop and put him in a sculpting, hot shower punishment? They say for spilling, a serial forensic, pathologist Iain hood was asked how many times the boy was hit with the flipflop you said, he couldn't give an exact number because the marks overlapped, but judging by swelling and bruising, he says, dozens of times his the boy died from blunt force trauma burns to his back and from shock, but kings lawyer says while they were likely reckless negligent. This was not murderous. There was never intent or malice Smith. Lawyer says outcome does not equal intent. And while she can. It was a poor effort. At discipline. She argues they never planned to kill the boy, she says after Smith called nine one one she put a coat and boots on her son. Not the action. She argues of someone who's willfully trying to kill her child. In Norristown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio in Texas has committed nearly a billion dollars to secure the border. But the governor they're still believes it's not his state's responsibility. Texas governor Greg Abbott posted a video to Twitter outlining, how money will be spent to secure the border in that video, he called for mortar be done by congress securing the border is the federal government's job. But Texas stepping up to help out, Abbott said Texas funding that appointment of the national Gordon state troopers to the voter as well as adding boats and planes to detect cartels, and deter human trafficking. But the governor said, more needs to be done. We will not solve the border crisis until congress finally steps up and passes immigration reform in funds of borders cured Clayton Neville, Dallas. It's nine twenty traffic and weather is about a minute and a half away. Booked, your summer vacation yet, now is the perfect time to make vacation plans at the ocean front Grand Hotel, Victorian, Kate, nay, the Grand Hotel, Caithness.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Speculate. That's going to happen. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. At nine thirty. Ju it's traffic and weather on the Jews. We start with Jim. Good evening. John still heavy. I Don Ford. Twenty two eastbound still jammed solid here from oaks Twenty-three its construction work in the left lane. You're also seeing delays now. Eastbound Schuylkill expressway as it take a look at the Middle East furniture jam Cam sows you love for between Gladwin Belmont. That's construction crews in the right lane. Westbound side of the Schuylkill expressway, ten o'clock, I the offramp to thirtieth street will be closed in detoured till five o'clock tomorrow morning. No problems on the vine street expressway ninety five north and southbound in another center city looking good, but the southbound on ninety five off ramp to bridge street that remains closed due to a sinkhole. We are being told it could be two weeks before that ran reopened. Now. You're also seeing delays common avenue between ninety five in Frankfurt avenue that is for construction and in the Somerton section of the city. This is a crawl Busselton avenue between county line road and by very road for paving project, what in bucks county northbound route bomb between thirteen and Pennsylvania Avenue. That's also heavy due to painting without bound Lincoln drive closed at ridge avenue another paving project taking place in New Jersey. It is the term. Pike northbound right past exit three stop and go due to construction on the Burlington Bristol bridge. They have construction work set-up midspan. So I'm only one lane is alternating at a time next update in less than ten minutes. I'm Jim master and the KYW twenty four hour traffic center, and traffic and weather. The Twose's sponsored by window nation. Fifty percent off all styles of windows. Visit window nation dot com..

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U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

KYW 24 Hour News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

"US? Attorney Bill Mack Swain has filed a civil lawsuit against the nonprofit group called safe house, which is planning the first in the nation supervised drug injection site in Kensington KYW Steve tower reports Swain is looking for a judge's ruling before it opens to avoid arrests prosecutions or forfeiture, hearing US attorney Bill mix Swayne who took office last spring as long signalled that he would not look the other way and have the full force of Justice department support the first of its kind in the United States to ask the US district court to declare that so-called supervised injection sites violate federal law. The lawsuit is against the nonprofit safehouse which wants to open a facility in the Kensington section ground zero in the United States for the heroine epidemic and argue that is a moderate incremental reasonable step in response to what safe houses doing mix. Wayne says the law is clear and in his. His words it's my job to respect and enforce the rule of law. He says if safehouse wants to operate an injection site, it should work through the democratic process to try to change the law while the issue has not yet been tested in the US in Canada, it has and the supreme court there ruled safe injection sites could be exempted because saving lives outweighs federal law on illegal drug use Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio plans for a safe injection site in Philadelphia will move forward while mix Wayne civil suits in the courts KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports both the city in the nonprofit group that will operate. It remain committed to opening safehouse will continue its search for a building. And funding says board vice president Rhonda gold fine. She actually welcomes the civil suit as the appropriate way to decide who is right on the so-called crack house law that prohibits sites for illegal drug use. We have consistently maintained our initiative to save lives is not what was intended by. The federal law. Safehouse house would provide clean needles to prevent the spread of blood porn disease. It would test for the deadliest part of street drugs board member Ed Rendell says it would not provide drugs medical personnel would stand by in case someone takes charge overdose. In del predicts many will get treatment because of counseling that will be

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U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

"Is going after the nation's first plan supervised drug injection site. Philadelphia's Kensington section by filing a civil lawsuit by w Steve tower reports Swain feels duty-bound to enforce the rule of law while the safe house for those struggling with opioid addiction may baggers with good intentions. US? Attorney Bill mix Wayne call safe injection sites fundamentally illegal his long promised. He won't look the other way if safehouse wants to operate an injection site, it should work through the democratic process to try to change the law. Mix Wayne says they shouldn't expect prosecutors to turn a blind eye to wholesale illegal behavior. Mix Wayne asks how much political support do injection sites. Have none. He says he points out neither congress the Pennsylvania legislature. The attorney general the governor nor city council, and he tried mayor Kennedy for supporting the concept and DA Krassner is blessing the Philadelphia mayor's office publicly endorsed the idea of opening an injection. Site and Philadelphia district attorney Larry crasner pledge not to bring charges against those who fund operate or use such sites. Mix Wayne calls the lawsuit a moderate incremental reasonable step in response to what safe houses doing Steve Taiwa,

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To the scene. KYW's? Steve Taiwa is also rushing to the scene, and we will have latest information. So stay with KYW NewsRadio for more. Again. We have no information on any injuries. We don't know if any shots had been fired, but it is an active shooting situation in Gloucester township at a UPS facility. It's ten let's take a break. Check on sports. Here's KYW's Natalie on sports report is sponsored by septa registering. Your septa keycard offers, protection and peace of mind. So you never have to worry. If your card is ever lost registered today. It's set the key dot org the eagle's playoff run is come to an end after a loss in the divisional playoffs last night in New Orleans KYW's Ed Bankin the recap from the Superdome. It was a frustrating end to an impressive run for the eagles who went down to defeat twenty two fourteen at the hands of the saints. The eagles took a fourteen leaders. They scored on the first two drives a touchdown catch by Jordan Mathews at a one yard run by Nick foles gave the eagles the advantage. But the saints for the next twenty points of the game as the eagles dealt with a host of injuries throughout the contest deals, drove to the twenty seven in the closing moments of the saints. But a pass by Nick foles was intercepted by Marshon. Lattimore after one through the hands of all Sean Jeffrey reported with the Superdome. I'm Ed Bankin KYW. Newsradio. Now, the bird's head into the off season where they will have a lot of decisions to make about some key players on the roster should be interesting. The flyers will be home tonight. Minnesota wild in town. Now, the flyers have lost nine of their last ten last time out on Saturday. They fell on the road to New Jersey free to two wires thirty eight points. That's the fewest in all of the NHL. This will be first of two meetings with the Minnesota wild this season. And it's going to be a seven o'clock start at the center lane. Thanks very much, Matt it's ten oh nine. There's an active shooter situation you need to know about is that the UPS warehouse in Gloucester township. We will have much more throughout the afternoon. If.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Witnesses shed new information on police chasing that Delaware suspect on ninety five and the crash in south Philly. The waistband. I'm Steve Powell, President Trump visits the Texas. Mexico border town continue to highlight the need for border security in his demand for southern border wall. A south Philadelphia man is charged after police say he ended in argument in a dog park with a deadly punch and Molly Daley in sports flyer says the Dallas Stars tonight. They will start that game any moment at the broadcast center in spring garden. Thirty six degrees. Partly cloudy skies going to twenty four overnight. Good evening. I'm John Valeria. Our top story at seven oh one. The manhunt intensifies for the Delaware man who led police on a high speed chase yesterday that resulted in two crashes on I ninety five between police vehicles and a septa bus in south Philadelphia. Witnesses have shed new light on the pursuit KYW's. Steve Tahoe reports Wilmington police chief Robert Tracy says witnesses saw two people jump out of the vehicle that slammed into a septa bus. It brought in Oregon in south Philly, and he says at least one out a gun in his waistband. And even witnesses say that he was jumping out of the vehicle as it was hitting the bus. This is a desperate individual twenty year old on Robinson wanted for questioning in two murders in a firearms. Violation was not apprehended, but they believe it was him along with another band reporter's question, Tracy about whether proper protocol was followed because Wilmington police went over state lines in hot pursuit, then we're joined by state police until the Wilmington cops and state police collided on ninety five between the airport and the Girard point bridge should Wilmington. Police have terminated the chase. Could it be? A training issue. Could it be disciplined you take a look at the actions of the officers and the totality of what happened? But the bottom line is when you do get into pursuits. This is someone we always have to keep in mind that this is the type of things that can happen in. Thank god. Thank god. Nobody is more seriously hurt than than what happened. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. At seven oh two. It's traffic.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Stop Mary and Joseph during this and say where your papers you are illegal from Middle East and need to leave. Then the pastor will come and say we willing to take very Joseph indistinct wary. They might be safe. And then the ice agents, we will back off this all ends with Mary and Joseph finding shelter. The immigration tent outside the church, and Jesus is born in old city. Andrew Kramer, KYW. Newsradio. Santa was supposed to show up on Wall Street. Instead, he was a no show and investors decided to put Cole in your 4._0._1._K, stocking white ws Steve Taiwa takes a look the S and P five hundred index fell two point seven percent Mark in the first Christmas Eve that the broad market benchmark has booked a loss of one percent or greater ever. Bob manning of Morgan Stanley wealth management in Philadelphia says the current dynamic has a teed up for the worst monthly and yearly decline in a decade. The selling has been relentless my goodness. We're looking back at the two thousand eight two thousand nine meltdown to look at a time. That was more volatile like many, others manning scratches his head about Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin is call to Bank CEOs who assured him that they are healthy and have ample liquidity. He says that. Call meant to assure may have induced panic in the markets that was something. Wall Street did not expect creating a level uncertainty to a market that really does not be or uncertainty. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. Hundreds of migrants are facing an uncertain Christmas in Texas Christmas in.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Steve Taiwa thousands of Philadelphians could be affected by a federal proposal to crack down on the work requirement for food stamps. I'm Pat Loeb in sports, the flyers hosted the Nashville predators, and they beat the predators to why at the broadcast center in spring garden. We have rain fifty four degrees. Fifty six degrees in cherry hill. Friday, winner arriving in the evening, five twenty three. And it'll be mild. CBS news update. The White House has ordered the Pentagon draw plans for a troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. CBS news Pentagon correspondent David Martin has the numbers Pentagon has been ordered by the White House to begin landing for the withdrawal of seven thousand of the roughly fourteen thousand US troops. So really Afghanistan. So roughly cut the number of cruise. Just before that the head of American troops said he's out CBS, Nicole Killian tweet President Donald Trump announced Defense Secretary James Mattis is retiring in two months secretary Mattis came in he met with the president. And they made the decision Mattis wrote to the president in his resignation letter because you have the right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better aligned with yours on these and other subjects I believe it is right for me to step down from my position a day earlier. The Trump administration said it was pulling forces out of Syria to CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. KYW news time is three thirty two. Here's your traffic.

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Nine U.S. states seek to stop Trump administration's Atlantic oil testing

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Nine U.S. states seek to stop Trump administration's Atlantic oil testing

"Lehigh university chemistry major has been charged with attempting to kill his roommate by lacing, his food and drinks with a potentially fatal chemical KYW's. John mcdevitt reports according to the Northampton district attorney's office, we university student Juwan royale became ill several times last March you told police he suspected his roommate twenty two year old sky Yang was tampering with his food and drinks real also returned to his room one day to find his personal things damaged like a television and a desk where racially derogatory remark was written on it did not to wrongdoing. The DA says Yang did however say he ordered thalium online and mixed it in food and drinks that were intended to be consumed by him. If he did poorly on exams Yang was charged with a list of offenses, including ethnic intimidation and attempted murder. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio. A man whose conviction was vacated by Pennsylvania's superior court has rejected. A plea arrangement offered by the Philadelphia district attorney's office KYW's, Steve tawa reports. Eric Torahs will stand trial a second time in the two thousand thirteen shooting of a police officer during a scuffle in Belleville grocery store. Judge Charles Erlich asked the Thirty-seven-year-old a series of questions noting the DA offered twenty one to forty two years plus another judges violation of parole. Add on that would result in a thirty seven to seventy four year sentence. Jonathan strange of the defender association of Philadelphia says a new jury will have a clean slate. This case really is a tragic accident strange says officers piled on top of him in a corner Bodega at unfortunately, a gun went off striking officer Edward Davies, the officer doesn't see it that way to trial. I'll tell my story notice guy tried to kill me. Prosecutor Matthew gherkins even convicted wants, and we feel pretty good about our case, Pennsylvania superior court vacated the sentence in order to new trial based on a defense appeal that. Police did not have probable cause to search. His nearby home. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. Sports. Sponsored by septa some years, we triumph some years we trust. But never changes is how we get to the game shoulder to shoulder on septa plan. Your trip up to Philly dot com.

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George Bush, 41st President, Dies at 94

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

George Bush, 41st President, Dies at 94

"In Philadelphia and received the liberty medal. But Edward Trzcinski the LaSalle. Professor recalls back in the nineteen seventies. Mr Bush had an iconic image within the CIA in the post Watergate era, and there was a very strong movement to get rid of CIA and to break it up and president Ford had to find someone of impeccable character. And that's when he may George Bush director of Central Intelligence Trzcinski says it's no overstatement to say that George Bush, very likely saved the CIA as an institution, and that's one of the reasons why the agency named its new headquarters building after President Bush, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. There's a reason. Invented things like

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Police ID teen killed in South Philadelphia triple shooting

24 Hour News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Police ID teen killed in South Philadelphia triple shooting

"Thomma tells us they're looking into exactly caused this on the side. Investigators say two of the three victims were riding bicycles one vehicle pulled up near fifteenth and federal streets and three men jumped out of a vehicle homicide. Lieutenant Norman Davenport says they immediately began firing at the three others in what he describes as a targeted shooting. What's whole of forty one rounds fired fifteen-year-old Travolta marks died of his wounds. He was a tenth grader at the charter high school for architecture and design at seventh and Sansome streets in center city, Davenport says a sixteen year old and a twenty year old were each shot twice and are in stable condition. We always holding the identities of the two surviving shooting victims for safety reasons. Davenport says they don't want to add any undue stress at the hospital over security concerns. He says from the crime scene. There's no evidence that any of the victims had a weapon, Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio in California massive fires on both. Ends of the state to wildfires in southern California burning in LA, and Ventura counties has caused the evacuation of

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What we know about the 10 potential pipe bombs sent to De Niro, Biden, Clinton, Obama

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02:41 min | 1 year ago

What we know about the 10 potential pipe bombs sent to De Niro, Biden, Clinton, Obama

"Of state Hillary Clinton CNN and others on Monday. A bomb was mailed or a package a suspicious package was mailed to a key Democratic Party donor. None of the bombs detonated. No, one was hurt a day after this rash of attempted bombings. President Trump on Twitter blamed what he called. Mainstream media and fake news for escalating anger in our society. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, told Fox News the focus should not be on Trump's reaction to the situation. Look the president. I think could not have been more presidential yesterday. When he spoke directly to the American people. It condemn this violence. Let's not get lost. And who is responsible for this heinous act? It is the person who made and sent the suspicious packages anytime the former head of the Philadelphia ATF thinks the serial bomber used crude methods to construct for the vices. Steve tower has more on that point of view Samra body anti-state some of the strategies his former colleagues at various federal agencies will employ forensically to analyze the devices while retracing the steps of the suspect how the device was transferred from the bomber to either call your service male facility, or if it was in fact, hand delivered robotic who spent twenty five years, the ATF was special agent in charge of the Philadelphia field office from two thousand thirteen until his retirement last year says the construction of the devices lack sophistication, I believe that the intent of the bomber may have been to cause alarm and fear the publicity from the coverage of the events having said that he says they could have caused harm if detonated Steve Taiwa KYW. Newsradio employees stay with us for continuing updates along with live coverage of a briefing from the FBI and authorities in New York on the latest developments tied to this rash of serial bombings. Our coverage begins about thirty

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Nikki Haley Leaving Role As U.N. Ambassador

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Nikki Haley Leaving Role As U.N. Ambassador

"Horowitz. She's somebody who was seen by the foreign policy establishment as an ally. Even though she's been a Trump administration stalwart temple law school, professor Dunkin Hollis says Haley is known to speak her mind often pushing further on human rights issues than the official Trump lime. She's been much more public on the threats from Russia. She's been very pro refugee, particularly in the Syrian crisis. Or would says if there's another shakeup in the Trump administration after the midterms Haley could return in a high profile role from attorney general to secretary of defense. Steve Taiwa KYW newsroom. Radio along waited on.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"An KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time nine thirty four in South Carolina, five law enforcement officers were shot by gunmen late this afternoon in Florence county about sixty miles west of Myrtle Beach, devastating news coming out of Florence county in South Carolina this evening after five law enforcement officers were shot the latest from correspondent Jeanne Caseres. We have been able to confirm are. Elliott's are saying that one of the officers has died one of the five that we've confirmed have been shot has died in Florence, South Carolina. The governor of South Carolina issued a statement saying this is devastating news from Florence asking for prayers for all officers involved. The shooter is in custody. I'm Barbara Kusak. KYW news time nine thirty four. Philadelphia is getting a boost from former mayor and governor Ed Rendell as it considers opening the first safe injection site in the country a place where people can use drugs under professional supervision KYW Steve tower reports last year, Ed Rendell, notes more than twelve hundred people in Philadelphia died from drug overdoses mostly opioids like heroin, which was nearly four times the city's homicide rate in two thousand seventeen Rondell backs. The idea of opening a privately funded safe injection site, a nonprofit called safehouse to allow users to come in and use drugs with professionals. Ready if they overdose. So we have to raise money and right after the election, we're going to have a fundraiser because when I gonna get any city funds. He says there's value in getting people to us safe injection site science that study this they think they can save up to twenty five year. Plus get a lot of the people who say Jackson site in a treatment program. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio..

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"News time. Eleven ten a group of, casinos is griping. Now the Pennsylvania lotteries infringing on its turf they filed a lawsuit in Commonwealth court seeking an injunction to halt the lotteries new online lottery games here's KYW Steve Taiwa coalition that includes seven Pennsylvania casino operators, argue the state's new online offerings violate recently adopted gambling laws by improperly simulating slot machines and casino style games. Among the name plaintiffs, parks, Harrison. Valley Forge casino they. Write in court papers making matters worse the Pennsylvania lottery promotes casino style gambling to anyone as young as eighteen yet casinos face serious sanctions, if, anyone younger than, twenty one. Gambles when in the casinos they also point out at the same time the state's lottery system is moving into casino space each casino that wants to apply for State interactive gaming license has to put up ten million dollars for a license Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio KYW news time eleven ten for the KYW medical. Report sponsored exclusively by independence Blue Cross KYW medical editor Dr Brian McDonald if you're someone who likes to exercise I have. Excellent news. The study in the journal Lancet psychiatry conducted at Yale University has found regular. Exercise may actually have a greater impact on psychological health now we already know the advantages of exercise. From a physical standpoint but the fact that, exercise may do a better job with our mental approach to life is yet another reason to encourage all of us to get out there and get moving, in case you're wondering. The study found the greatest, benefit and people. Who participated in team sports if you think about a team sports provide physical activity as well as interaction with others may do it in a social setting for those of you who like to exercise alone, aerobic end gym exercise where the best of Dr Brian Matana KYW NewsRadio news time eleven Twelve it's time for, traffic and transit on the twos. But things are pretty jammed up by a couple of spots on ninety five one of those is northbound this is actually. To ninety five eastbound now but. Most people still no this is ninety five northbound as you're approaching these Scudder falls bridge you go over into New Jersey that's where. That delay is now we don't have. Any problems on the southbound side in that point or westbound, to ninety, five he going, southward. Is actually, really ninety-five again this is down to, allegany to Gerard things. Are very slow there northbound on ninety five near the. Blue route where that broken down vehicle was it's gone so much much better. Conditions, and on the blue route southbound heavy traffic as you approach, the upper Darby broom all exit you get a little bit of a break after that and it's jammed against south of route one probably just some folks headed down the shore also seeing. Some really heavy traffic on three twenty two in both directions concord Bill as you. Approach Smith bridge road that's because of more ongoing construction and then the Schuylkill expressway eastbound Gulf mills getting up to the blue road and even a little bit through the curve we've got some heavy traffic there you're gonna hit the brakes, again from Montgomery to, Gerard West it's university to south street and then as you. Pass. By the vine street expressway. Just be careful there is a disabled vehicle, that's off to the, shoulder, in there also westbound jammed from right around city avenue out to. Pass Belmont again just a lot. Of all the boulevard everything. Looks, good the turnpike and the northeast extension northbound looks fine southbound before you get quakertown though watch. Out we've got some construction New Jersey. Coming, off the Walt Whitman bridge slow we can see this in the. Mealey's furniture jam Cam styles you love for less heavy as you approach to ninety five slow again, as you get to around chews landing and then on the black horse pike which is forty, two, there's a. Crash a Gantt town road and things are really slow, in both directions especially on the southbound side, but we've also heard there was a car. Fire in the mix too so definitely no fun mass transit everything looking, alright next update in less than ten minutes, I'm Stevie Reese in the TruMark. Financial twenty four hour traffic center I have a house not really sure when it was built what kind of heating system. It has or where the fuse. Boxes located I don't even know what a fusebox is Frankly I.

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Ex-Manafort aide Gates testifies on Cyprus accounts, shell companies

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01:00 min | 2 years ago

Ex-Manafort aide Gates testifies on Cyprus accounts, shell companies

"Saved fuel costs as a result of higher fuel standards that environment executive director David mazer says undoing the existing measures that protect. The most vulnerable to the effects of air pollution is unacceptable Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio he wanted. To be news time one oh five Rick gates testifying today about how the Manafort company secret accounts for set up and operated Gary bowed Lander has the story gates is getting into more specifics of, some of. The illegal financial maneuverings of Paul manafort's consulting firm that he's pleaded guilty to He testified about setting up offshore Bank accounts in Cyprus more than five million. Dollars was deposited. Into those accounts in. Two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve. For work, that the Manafort company did in Ukraine gates is the government's star witness said manafort's financial. Fraud trial also testified that he. Was being interviewed by the FBI in two thousand fourteen is part of a forfeiture investigation being done by Ukrainian in the.

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Philadelphia to stop giving ICE access to arrest database, mayor says

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05:41 min | 2 years ago

Philadelphia to stop giving ICE access to arrest database, mayor says

"Your, Mercedes Benz dealer in doylestown well one of those big showers you spoke of is really pounding. Route fifty five in south jersey now we're getting reports now several members of the AT and, t., tip force at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty fifty five. Southbound absolutely crawling near route forty we'd see delays, in both directions right around forty just south. Of forty in the Vineland area so if you're heading to the southern shore point at something you're going, to have to deal with now if you're trying to, get to the shore. At all you're looking at forty two backup starts at ferry avenue and candidate continues to one sixty eight then slow again from College drive getting onto the Atlantic City. Expressway also heavy on forty-seven through Dennis bell and we're seeing big delays on seventy three through maple shade as well and now we're seeing got a couple of calls on a big delay on. One thirty both directions near the Betsy Ross bridge there's a new traffic pattern there all right back to Pennsylvania where we're jammed on the Schuylkill, expressway really both directions from south Philadelphia king of Prussia about a fifteen minute ride each way on ninety, five southbound heavy from bridge street. Down, to Gerard jammed again from the airport to three twenty two northbound from the Delaware state line. To the Commodore Barry which is jammed heading into Pennsylvania I should tell you that from about, mid, span it looks there's because of volume now lots of volume of the. Blue route southbound heavy from Saint David all the, way down the ninety five and still some. Delays on the ramp from route one southbound trying to get on the southbound blue route as well now, looking pretty good with mass transit at this hour no, major delays next update. Less than ten minutes I'm Brian Ramona the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center you Brian News time four oh four it's a victory to the, city's immigrant community mayor Kenney will not. Renew the city's agreement with US. Immigration and customs enforcement allows ice access to the police departments arrest, database parse from city hall St., Talavera county says he's been concerned for some. Time now that is uses pars in an appropriate ways amid July meeting with ice officials may have ice the city's decision admitted that their USA pars during ice enforcement operations can, result in immigration enforcement against Philadelphia. Residents who have not been accused of nor convicted, of a crime city solicitor Marshall. Pratt, says they had a strong factual and legal basis stadia safer healthier, and more inviting when are law abiding residents including witnesses and victims of crimes need not fear that they will suffer adverse immigration consequences when seeking to report. Crimes Mariam Rica's says the Kennedy administration remains committed to, maintaining Philadelphia as. A welcoming, city decision that will. Once again reinforced to our immigrant communities that this city is. Not an Extension of ice Steve, Taiwa KYW. NewsRadio American Civil Liberties union taking twelfth New Jersey school district's court including three from Camden Kelly the agency content state law being violated in the way the districts require students to be signed up. From. David Madden mistake constitution mandates a free public education. For all but the ACLU argues these twelve districts. Require parents to produce state issued ID card which. Illegal immigrants won't have staff attorney Elila who works his says the agency's done this before want to have to litigate this but we are prepared to do so and back in. Two thousand sixteen each of the five lawsuits that we filed settled within a, leak, and because a lot of clear we hope, that that happens again this time disturbing regional high schools named in the suit along with. Del mar in Winslow township. School districts and nine others in the northern part of the state sterling regional has not responded to our call while the attorney for Winslow township in Belmar has declined comment David Madden, KYW NewsRadio a lawyer for Bristol man charged with. Shooting a nineteen year old in may says they're prepared to, argue the, shooting with self defense with the story suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert Gary Goddard's facing, attempted murder charges for shooting, this is Sean mcduffie, and, ahead on may fourth is lawyer Blake Jackman says on the night in question is clients all six foot four inch three hundred thirty pound nineteen year old on top. Of his son beating, him the defense in this case is that Mr. Goddard is, not a criminal but a concerned father who was protecting. His son got hurdles in court for a bail hearing it was originally, charged with mcdonagh's murder but an autopsy showed the fatal shot was fired by another man and the charge was changed to attempted murder John. Rubinstein set bail at one million, dollars pointing out whether or not, he killed mcduffie a gunshot to the head shows Goddard intended to kill him it happened as friends and family gathered for prompt pictures mcduffie and Tommy Ballard were. Both shot and killed Joseph Williams is charged with both of their murders in doylestown Jim Melwert KYW NewsRadio Time seven Live from the CBS three eyewitness weather center meteorologist. Kate Bilo. Thanks, Michelle well we've got some pretty ugly storms heading. Our way they're just spotty for now out ahead of the main line. Of storms a few scattered ones have popped up one over extreme south jersey over. Cumberland county one up in the. Lehigh valley the rest of us just seeing a few lights spotty sprinkles, for now but the stronger storms will come through, later tonight especially between about eight and. Ten pm a severe thunderstorm watch has been issued that goes until ten. O'clock tonight also a flash flood watch for areas off to the west areas that got a lot of rain earlier in the week that could see flooding be exacerbated by any. Intense rainfall and, in fact a flash flood warning just popped up in. Berks county so tonight mostly cloudy thunderstorms around some strong to severe low. Seventy two the good news is behind. The front we're going to see humidity. Drop tomorrow, mostly sunny not. As humid high eighty nine Sunday. Looks good mostly sunny and nice at eighty six. On Monday Partly sunny with a, few afternoon showers and storms possible high, eighty seven but then more active Tuesday and Wednesday Both days are mainly cloudy with chances for showers and thunderstorms and highs in the.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tips Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio New Jersey's top law enforcement official is suggesting. That prosecutors all across the state slowed. Down the, force of, marijuana laws. As efforts step up to, legalize adult usage the story from KYW's David Madden where does, the legislature is ready to take up a measure that would permit adult possession. Of marijuana and tax to. Help fund many of governor Phil. Murphy's initiatives Jersey City attended to decriminalize it by. Prosecutorial discretion which drew a strong rebuke from thirty general grey wall he's. Now sent a letter. To all prosecutors in the state asking them to delay marijuana court cases until at least September fourth Molson high executive director of the state's ACLU supports the, action he's sort of slowing down the rate of which, we are arresting and prosecuting folks. For the time being so that he can convene a group of folks to inform his decision and on a directive that's forthcoming directive do next month will advise on, the use of a prosecutor Discretion at least in the short term David Madden KYW NewsRadio the Environmental Protection Agency is holding an all day meeting Wednesday at the hat borough Horsham highschool. The goal that meeting to try, and get public input on how to deal with contaminated water from the nearby military bases and that problem goes back decades his KYW's Kim Glovas. EPA's regional administrator, cosmos video says the meeting is a national priority, because of water contamination from PFA's chemicals used in firefighting. Foam used at the military bases has been detected in their, groundwater and drinking water raising real concerns about health risks to video says the EPA is using the seventy parts per million standard. Is the level of contamination but David Andrews of the environmental working group says independent scientists have higher standards chemicals are extremely potent and maybe impacting health at minute levels down to one part per trillion in drinking water Andrew says PFA's and PF os have been linked to testicular Pancreatic liver and kidney cancer and other illnesses since two thousand one Kim Glovas KYW NewsRadio w NewsRadio the. Delaware valley severe weather information station coverage sponsored by horizon services This, is CBS.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Giant american flag moved by by them on the cobblestone streets steve taiwa kyw newsradio news time five thirty six and the five day forecast now back and go to katie filler in the cbs three eyewitness weather center katy at this early hour you look out the window here at the broadcast center kind of threatening skies yeah look definitely looks that way doesn't it you know we are i think at some point at brandon going to see showers thunderstorm but generally speaking you should see some sun breaks through here but it is somewhat of a gray search of the day out there i would say also watch for some patchy fog there are a few places i was just looking at a cape may field camera for example where you're pretty thick in it here with some dense fog out there this morning so maybe a bit of a variety pack for us just kind of as what we've been seeing the last few days the high eventually hits ninety one degrees the heat wave continues and then later on tonight will drop down to seventy six there is a much more potent frontal boundary that is working its way towards us so some of the showers and storms start to erupt out of that through the overnight in inner tomorrow first half of the day especially so tomorrow's high hits eighty six held back just because of the showers and storms coming through it's still pretty humid but we'll eventually see that front clear out second half of the day from northwest to southeast so it's done for you a little sooner the further north and west you are and you'll start to notice that more refreshing air mass saturday and sunday as a result look just awesome sunshine still summer like warmth you're in the mid eighties for both weekend days but we lose the humidity and i think that that is the game changer so make some after plans if it's just been too muggy for you to get out lately you'll really like the weekend monday looks nice and warm as well but still with sun and still with relatively tolerably humidity high hits eighty eight degrees so it looks good out currently at our broadcast center in spring garden and you're right burn it looks a little medicine out there some clouds overhead currently i think we can expect any wet weather hold off until the better part of the second half of the day seventy eight currently we're headed for ninetyone and reporting live with.

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Supreme Court says Trump's travel ban is legal

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03:40 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court says Trump's travel ban is legal

"In less than ten minutes mostly you're i'm frank trainer locally our top story local muslim and civil rights groups are denouncing the supreme court's decision to uphold the president's travel ban also planning some resistance we hear from kyw community affairs reporter cheri gregg leaders of more than a half dozen faith and civil rights group gathered is that if care philadelphia's headquarters at fifteenth and cherry they say the us supreme court erred and ignoring evidence of president donald trump's intent behind the travel ban that is to keep muslims out of the us the united states is resuming its pattern it's history of discrimination civil rights attorney timothy welbeck's says advocates are gearing up to use the court and protests to resist oppositions both to this and also the family separations that are happening at the border day we are blaming hamas earl is chair of the philadelphia commissioner human relations he says leaders urged the public to call their lawmakers and demand change warning must be brief we must organize and take to the street here philadelphia will hold a rally against the travel ban on saturday morning at eleven at philadelphia city hall paul cheri gregg kyw newsradio new developments in the court case surrounding rapper meek mill after a hearing last week the judge at the center of this legal battle has denied the rappers latest attempt for an appeal the update from kyw's kristen johanson judge brinkley says meek mill has failed to meet the burden of proof in her forty seven page opinion brinkley says the rappers attorneys have no credible evidence to overturn the conviction and she says the public defender who handle similar cases and testified last week and the district attorney's office who granted me a new trial did not properly investigate claims lawyers for meek have argued the cop who i arrested him in two thousand and seven lied under oath sworn statements from two other former officers support their claim but brinkley says neither is credible and that it wouldn't have changed the outcome of the case defense attorney joe toco pena says he isn't surprised by the decision because brinkley made it clear at last week's hearing the already decided on the matter and they'll be appealing to the state supreme court kristen johanson kyw newsradio sixty days after fame philadelphia chef jose garces declared bankruptcy his portfolio of restaurants and his catering unit went on the auction block and nobody has picked up those properties yet why some details now from kyw steve towel in a complex twists there's only one bidder left but they're still negotiated once the auction got underway only to add to these emerged restaurant chain operator ballard brands and a non restaurant investor that second entity quickly walked away from the table ballard is now negotiating terms with garces and his secured creditor mnt back before he filed for chapter eleven ballard offered more than fourteen million dollars but garces investor partners rejected the proposal bankruptcy brings bargain prices going to auction ballard's initial asset purchase agreement is worth about six point six million the rest in philadelphia on the block include his oldest amata established in two thousand five as well as tinto village whiskey distri toe an old bar steve taiwa kyw newsradio now here's your five day forecast conditions overnight partly cloudy sixty four degrees the overnight low but as we head into your wednesday we've got clouds rolling in scattered showers around especially heavy early in the day and then a threat for thunderstorms later wednesday night into thursday morning high wednesday seventy nine degrees thursday staying cloudy with scattered showers and storms likely high eighty nine that clears out and then we start a heat wave.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"As the federal reserve bank of philadelphia advocates for older folks and financial institutions discussed strategies to combat elder financial abuse much of its centers on raising awareness as we hear from kyw's steve taiwa joe snyder charitable philadelphia financial exploitation prevention task force says it's the fastest rising form of elder abuse he points to a wells fargo bank survey of older folks on their children ninety eight percent of whom say the risk of exploitation increases with age in snyder's words will never get ahead of professional scammers and boiler rooms making these calls and will never be able to straighten out dysfunctional families so they're going to wear the money is in working with the banks to help prevent elder financial abuse he says most of the abusers though our family members are trusted others the big three that we identify our family members with drug alcohol or mental illness and then you just have people that aren't evil but they think this is my money this is my inheritance steve taiwa kyw newsradio jio in a major ruling a divided supreme court says that police should not be able to obtain cellphone tracking data on suspects without a judge first signing off the opinion by chief justice john roberts says that cell phones offer the government the ability to achieve near perfect surveillance as if each holder of a cell phone while wearing an ankle monitor joining with the courts liberals to form a five member majority roberts's police must seek a warrant before obtaining cellphone tower data short of that he says only the few americans without cell phones could escape tireless and absolute surveillance steven portnoy cbs news at the capitol a little boy was struck and killed in a west philadelphia hit and run friday afternoon it happened just after four o'clock on irving street near fiftieth and spruce lease save five year old victim was pronounced dead at the hospital there is.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"At a new artistic expression dr albert barnes acquired one hundred eighty one paintings by the father john renoir was born in eighteen ninety four and nineteen seventynine steve taiwa kyw newsradio hey whatever they knew time is twelve twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos on the scheduled expressway in both directions we have some construction between south street and the vine street expressway westbound side of things still heavy approaching south but delays are beginning to dwindle so we'll take that now we saw something going out onto oh to it southbound onto to right before route twenty nine the two left lanes are shut down to an accident not giving us any delay really but definitely use some caution as you head on by you're getting by to the far right so we'll keep you posted on that elsewhere in delaware county on i ninety five both directions between the commodore barry bridge and the blue route four seventy six two right lanes are shut down and it is heavy on southbound ninety five approaching four seventy six at this hour so definitely give yourself extra time we do have one bridge note the burlington bristol bridge construction will last until around four o'clock in the morning crews are mid span and their alternating lanes from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center where member banking is better banking i'm in toronto this is cbs three meteorologist kate bilo partly cloudy warm and muggy overnight the low sixty seven on friday hot and humid some sunshine the high eighty nine close to the record of ninety one from two thousand one could be a stray late day or evening shower or thunderstorm eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on kyw newsradio.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The third of may good morning i'm brandon brooks partly cloudy skies at the broadcast center sixty eight degrees we are headed to ninety one today in the news at this hour a freight train derailment in delaware county how will that affect the morning commute i tim jimenez a man suspected of committing a double murder in bucks county turns up dead in philadelphia i'm justin trudeau philadelphia's attempt at wage equity loses in court i would like to see an appeal because i respectfully disagree with the judge's decision i'm pat loeb with the law of federal judge struck down celebrity chef jose garces filed for bankruptcy protection to stabilize his existing group of well known restaurants and really start having nicely to work i'm steve taiwa i'm dave uram in the phillies ace aaron nola swinging struck him out another change gave the struggling ballclub just what they needed meantime tonight tried to reclaim what we have been game two between your seventy sixers and the celtics i'm steve potisk from bloomberg tesla promises a bright future even as it ceo cuts off analysts questions and this morning the job market focuses is on layoffs futures higher this morning six points up for the snp a dozen for the nasdaq dow futures ahead forty six cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger are back to sunshine but it's even hotter up to ninety one degrees that'll be a new record for the bucks and the late day showers storm primarily far north of the city tonight partly cloudy warm muggy night down only seventy one and coming up eventually this he does get scaled back i'll let you know when when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio partly cloudy skies sixty eight degrees we're headed to ninety one today news time five thirty two sam clover here traffic and transit on the twos sample paper and good morning to you let's update the septa anthrax problems this morning septa wilmington newark line and all amtrak northeast carter service between philidelphia in wilmington suspended because of an overnight freight train derailment in delaware county full details.

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FDA  re-examines  safety of  Parkinson's drug 

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

FDA  re-examines  safety of  Parkinson's drug 

"Of a crash we'll get a complete check of traffic in just a moment while the headlines used to be sports related and not their successes on the balance beam or the field but they turn disturbing when athletes came forward with claims of abuse now philadelphiabased commission is going after the abusers and the institutions that harbor them kyw steve tower it's called game over commission to protect youth athletes most of its focus will be on the team doctor for usa gymnastics and michigan state university larry nassar one hundred fifty six women and girls testified against him but two hundred sixty five have come forward according to university of pennsylvania professor marci hamilton i fear that we're going to lose all of the trails to the truth it was multiple institutions multiple individuals that made this happen appleton is also ceo of the academic think tank child usa institutions live to protect themselves like the penn state situation that penn state eight the catholic church if you watch it with all of these institutions want is for all of this to disappear the commission expects to release a full report in twenty twenty steve taiwa kyw newsradio the food and drug administration says it's reexamining the safety of a medication that was approved despite concerns about the drugs risks the fda commissioner telling members of congress he would take another look at new placid the only drug approved to treat hallucinations and delusions associated with parkinson's disease psychosis medications been cited as a socalled suspect drug in hundreds of deaths voluntarily reported by caregivers and doctors since it hit the market the reports do not mean drug has been ruled the cause of harm news time one fifty two eisneramper sponsors.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Children steve taiwa kyw newsradio hey what are we gonna use time five fifty two sam's back traffic and transit on the twos or and brandon we have a problem now western schuylkill expressway heads up west of city avenue a ladder were hearing fell off of a trucker car partly blocking the left lane so again west schuylkill expressway a ladder partly blocking the left lane just past city avenue heads up their pen dot on the way to get that out of the way west of this we're looking good eastern the schuylkill expressway is all good at some earlier construction east of contra hawkin curve that's now cleared out of the way and once in town we're looking good on the vine expressway all reopened between the vine and broad street overnight construction and detour is gonna be back later on tonight weather permitting then we check ninety five south from the northeast we're not seeing any problems so far this morning at some earlier construction southbound between four thirteen street row there was only one lane getting by two lanes not getting by in the ongoing construction the act of work zone is gone off at the vine expressway into town from that side of town looking in great shape now other unusual delays or problems let's check the burlington bristol bridge still a backlog here because of a lift bridge opening a few minutes ago the southbound ship in the delaware so again the burlington is moving and again a quickly moving ship here possibly before sometime before six thirty we expect a coney palmyra bridge opening otherwise good in new jersey north forty two freeway up across other bridges we're fine mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center i'm sam clover cbs three meteorologist chelsea ingram mostly sunny and slightly warmer today.

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"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve taiwa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And also pushed for a bill to four seventy one in protection from abuse cases to surrender their weapons even i didn't expect it to pass like this fifty two zero a companion bill is before the pa house steve taiwa kyw newsradio it'll be news time eight fifty two time for traffic and transit on the twos all began in bucks county southbound ninety five between four thirteen and st road the left lane is the only lane getting by due to a paving project so it's giving us really heavy delays as you travel on through this work pattern crews will be out there until around five o'clock in the morning also in bucks county route one northbound between route thirteen and thirty two right lane construction also lasting overnight really not seeing a heavy delays through this construction zone but we'll keep you posted on both of these work patterns as the night moves on out on the roosevelt boulevard northbound at langdon street we saw the crash being cleared it's in the enter drive and that's giving us heavy delays as you head on by about a ten minute commute as you travel on through that the accident scene so just be careful as you travel on through there now let's head out to the schuylkill expressway because we're going to have construction set up in about ten minutes or so it's going to be westbound where the right lane is shutdown between south street and the vine street expressway once again that's the seventy six west and that will last until around five o'clock in the morning now john like you mentioned vine street expressway this will begin at eleven o'clock tonight between the schuylkill and broad street in both directions overnight construction so things are going to totally shut down on six seventy six between the schuylkill and broad both ways so we'll keep you posted on that as it draws closer now this construction out here it's out onto to its northbound onto oh to between boot road and route four oh one the left lane is shut down until five am area bridges are checking out okay at this moment in south jersey we're good to go and mass transit we have never reported delays from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center i'm pete in toronto norman the floor of norman carpet need commercial carpeting save half on top quality flooring call eight hundred two two zero.

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Stormy Daniels' lawyer seeks to depose President Trump, Michael Cohen

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

Stormy Daniels' lawyer seeks to depose President Trump, Michael Cohen

"Three the lawyer for porn star stormy daniels wants to ask president trump questions under oath and emotion filed in federal court in los angeles early this morning daniels attorney michael yvonne avenue requested a deposition of no greater than two hours of the president here's correspondent jim chenevey deposition would force the president to explain under oath what he knew about the secrecy deal and win testimony that could play a role in determining whether any campaign finance laws were broken have an ati also ask for a court order to depose the president's personal attorney michael cohen who has said he made the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to stormy daniels with his own funds and without mr trump's knowledge no comment yet from president trump or michael cohen news time five oh four we have new information this morning about the owner of a north philadelphia property where three people were found dead days after a big fire in the building was put out kyw's tim jimenez joining us live from the newsroom with more on this morning tim good morning caroline court records show tyrone durin who runs a granite hill properties is facing federal charges in california for money laundering granted hill owns the building at twenty first and berks which went up in flames a week ago and days after the fire with reports that three people were still unaccounted for firefighters went in again and they found three bodies the three year old boy his mom and her stepfather this is fire commissioner adam thiel it's horrifying for us the circumstances here make this even worse so fire officials are still looking into what exactly happened in this situation ellen i commissioner david perry says the building was being used as an illegal boarding house so conditions were not safe we found no indication that there were smoke alarms in this particular building perry says they've actually sued granite hill enduring before for various code violations and ellen i is now investigating all thirty properties owned in the city by granite hill or by darren reporting live tim jimenez kyw newsradio philadelphia man who has spent more than a decade in prison for a murder he may not have committed has been released on house arrest a judge vacated his conviction six weeks ago here's kyw steve taiwa one and on your old dante.

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