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Philadelphia Gears Up For Unprecedented Attention To Its Vote Count

KYW 24 Hour News

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Gears Up For Unprecedented Attention To Its Vote Count

"Is Pennsylvania looking? Let's check in with Steve Tower on that you know, In four years ago, there were more than four years ago, There were more than six million votes cast in PPA. And this year with everyone in the Commonwealth eligible for the first time to vote by mail, as he heard from our colleague Jim Mel word as well. All those 2.6 roughly million mallet and absentee ballots were requested. Statewide, so don't hold your breath. For a result. I'm looking right now and on Lee about 16% of mail ballots have been counted. At least half dozen county officials have said they are busy dealing with today's in person voting and will at least wait until tomorrow to start processing and counting all of them. The common wisdom, as we also heard from Jim is that Democrats would disproportionately But use the mail while Republicans would vote disproportionately in person, with about half the votes counted in Trump, leading by 14 points 56 to 42%, But still at this hour no numbers from Philly only about a third from Allegheny County and small or no percentages from the Philadelphia suburbs. Trump and Biden have visited Pennsylvania more than any other state during the 2020 campaign. With the president coming here. 13 Times and Joe Biden coming here. 16 times For a time. Philadelphia was going to be his national headquarters until covert struck, and then they moved everything down to Wilmington. Of course, Pennsylvania among the states that have extended the ballot deadline here in the Commonwealth, that three day extension, Trump claims its a mistake. It allows cheating Governor Wolf and other state officials say Trump is the one trying to cheat by blocking votes from people who want to mail in ballots. Because of concerns about the covert 19 pandemic, Andy, and by the

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This guy's forty six degrees on the way down to forty the news watch continues with Steve tower that eleven o'clock all news and all that matters to you radio dot com station open confrontational controversial radio personality don Imus dies at seventy nine there are no survivors in the crash of a whole wide port helicopter in this region of for Christmas Philadelphia's city hall has grown into a tourist wonder if attendance this year specter to set the record I the seventy Sixers lose by a point for the magic in Orlando it's mostly cloudy in Philadelphia six degrees in center city were headed down to forty I'm Steve our top story at eleven OO one legendary radio personality don Imus who hosted the radio show on this in the morning for decades has died CBS news special report he started out as a radio DJ but he became something more don Imus has died at age seventy nine after hosting his show on this in the morning for nearly fifty years during an interview on CBS Sunday morning he said he discovered the secret of what makes a great radio person ours out of my failed well I was talking to one person I felt when I walked in there arm Saddam turn a Mike on well I was talking to you Michael Harrison with talkers magazine says Imus was special he made an impact.

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Vatican hopes abuse summit will be turning point

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Vatican hopes abuse summit will be turning point

"Victims of clergy abuse requesting. The pope Francis. Consider their list of must take actions for the summit in Rome beginning on Thursday, focusing on the crisis in the Roman Catholic church KYW Steve tower reports Michael McDonald who is the leader of the Philadelphia chapter of snap the national priests sexual abuse survivor network hopes pope Francis takes immediate steps to demonstrate that he understands how deep the crisis is. And how far down the hallways of the Vatican. It stretches their best thinking has got them where they're at. Mcdonald's says he was abused by two priests over a two year period starting when he was eleven. Dating back to the early nineteen eighties. He says one of his abuser. Priests admitted to church officials his misdeeds there were two other boys that he had abused that same summer. He says there were three high ranking church officials in the room for that interview. The diocese simply handed him another parish. In fact, they hated him six more parishes up until he was defrocked in two thousand three. Mcdonald's says rather than go through church hierarchy to report cases of suspected abuse, priests deacons bishops and other church staff, should I go directly to their local law enforcement

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

KYW 24 Hour News

02:15 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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 tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"But Walter the document a one night appearance to accompany Mary and Joseph in old city. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. Santa was nowhere to be found on Wall Street on Christmas Eve, the Dow dives more than six hundred and fifty points. Yes. Five hundred enter to bear market territory described by analysts as down twenty percent from its recent highs. They YWCA Steve tower reports Santa Claus rallies have been a fixture. On Wall Street says Bob manning of Morgan Stanley wealth management in Philadelphia. He says traditionally portfolio managers take care of tax loss selling early in the month only to window dress and make their portfolios. Look good for the new year. And they want to get a little bit of a jump on that and typically that results in some buying Christmas Eve usually brings good tidings. It didn't happen this time around. It was the worst Christmas Eve in the history of Wall Street, the s&p five hundred index fell two point seven percent Monday marking the first Christmas Eve that the broad market benchmark has booked a loss of one percent or greater ever put in the oldest major market index declines into historical context. Both the Dow. SNP are down more than fourteen percent this month on track for their worst. December performances since the great depression in nineteen thirty-one, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. New Jersey health department officials awarded a half dozen new permits to companies to grow and dispense medical marijuana in the state bringing the total number to twelve in the new year. Two of the new entities will be in south jersey as we hear from KYW's, David Madden. One little operate completely in Vineland while the other will grow in manufacture the product in Galloway township while dispensing it in Atlantic City. The other four permits were issued for the northern in central parts of the state, Jeff Brown and assistant health Commissioner coordinating the medical marijuana program says they're not done at a dozen changes will allow for future applicants specialize on one part of the supply chain businesses that excel in one area that also makes it easier for smaller operators to get into the business if they just want to open a dispensary or something like that meetings or playing next month with the success. Applicants get them up and running as soon as possible David Madden. KYW NewsRadio Christmas has dawned in the holy land. Midnight. Mass was celebrated at the church of the Nativity as pilgrims from around the world visited the grotto where tradition says Jesus was born among them these Americans. It's spiritual you.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It, the play KYW NewsRadio. I'm Frank Traynor. Quintin Cliett is at the editor's desk. Three things for you to know right now. Presidential politics run into a wall, the border wall porn star. Stormy Daniels ordered to pay the president for court toss other fees in her lawsuit against him and Philadelphia soda tax is bringing in tax revenue hundred thirty seven million dollars. As we hear from KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb report covers soda tax revenue through September. That's a month and a half after the state supreme court ruled the taxes legal. So the city could start spending it the Reinhard says about a quarter of it has already gone to the three programs. It's intended for about twenty three percent has gone towards pre-k that two and a half percent towards community schools and under one percent to parks and rec rebel chief-of-staff. Jim angler says the city will start spending more rapidly. Now that litigation is over rebuilt, for instance, just sold its first set of bonds at the end of last month and has its first grade. Breaking this week. We're excited about the transformative programs that we are continuing to lodging continuing expanded city plans to add a thousand pre k seats and three more community schools next fall. Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio not so fast on that plant or scrapped. The iconic flip board at Philadelphia's thirtieth street station. It sounds like Amtrak is listening to its riders that story from KYW Steve tower, congressman Brendan Boyle says Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson told him no guarantees, but they'll try to figure out ways to update and upgrade the technology of the system while at the same time preserving the art of the ambiance of that station and its beauty is that like it eat black nine and we want to preserve more than two years ago. Amtrak announced it would replace the agency Larry board one of the last of its kind and use with a more modern digital oil pointed out to Anderson that Amtrak would lose will remove the split flat. Four. He made the point that actually it's more expensive to get rid of the time. He says Anderson told him that the system's upgrade was the result of feedback from passengers of a one plane riders of Amtrak is not getting real data. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio..

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Jenna Dewan Files for Divorce From Channing Tatum

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Jenna Dewan Files for Divorce From Channing Tatum

"Just after a suspicious package intended for Senator. Cory Booker was intercepted in Florida. Booker's? Camden district office was checked out. Friday KYW Steve tower reports the security sweep happened just before the alleged to suspect was nabbed two dogs German shepherd tether to uniform cabinet county. Police officer at a tail wagging black lab with an ATF agent dressed in green went through the one port center building the Delaware river port authorities CEO. John Hanson spoke to the lead FBI agent at the seat. There

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

24 Hour News

02:41 min | 2 years 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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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Shooting in June twenty seventeen at ended the life of a promising teenager KYW's. Ian Bush reports I it must have felt like another punch in the gut for Rodney Roberson after losing a child in such a violent way, the killer escapes, a first degree murder charge. I'll be getting what he deserves a right to take my daughter's life. But Rodney says he came to understand why twenty nine year old David desperate was allowed to plead third degree murder for shooting Bianca in the head after her car happened to delay for a few seconds desperate merge along route one hundred in West Chester county assistant DA cr-. Miller was a risk that there could be even one person on the jury that would say don't no he has that specific intent which could have resulted in a lesser conviction. More. None at all is desperate. Sorry for what he did his attorney Daniel mcgarrigle, I think my clients behavior by turning himself in prior to being identified by entering open. Guilty. Plea shows his remorse in Westchester, Ian, Bush KYW, NewsRadio KYW news time, seven thirty four. Investigators say neighbors are familiar with an older pickup truck whose driver shot and killed the woman early Wednesday morning and hunting park. Hey, whatever you Steve tower reports happened along the forty two hundred block of old York road. Dr Jack Ryan of the homicide unit has thirty year old shot. I Tucker was shot in the back as she tried to flee her attacker in the pickup truck of missing. We don't have a more modern truck police, I Tucker was a transgender woman, but they do not believe her gender played a role in the fatal shooting. Ryan says it was not a hate crime, and she was not targeted because of her gender affiliation or lifestyle. Well, known was out. Out there specifically targeting transgendered women. We're not dealing with a stranger here. We believe it. If someone known to miss Tucker told me prepare to say this time Ryan says Tucker was known to frequent the area in the early morning hours. But he would not disclose more details about the victims background, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time seven thirty five. President Trump is happy with how the Senate hearings for his supreme court nominee. Brett cabin are going their second day. The president says he took some time to tune in as the question and answer session. Thirty minutes per Senator went on President Trump in the Oval Office. I'm happy with the cabinet on hearings. I watched today for a little while. I saw some incredible answers to very complex questions for Democrats attempts to ferret out Kavanagh's views on presidential power. The president not worried about his nominees answers. Honestly, they've been totally brilliant. The other side is grasping at straws. Mr. Trump even accused Bob Woodward of allowing a review copy of his book about White House. Chaos to come out to distract from. How will things are going for Cavanaugh? Bob Costantini, Capitol Hill..

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A traffic stop. We have two reports for you. We begin with KYW Steve tower who tells us the officer's been arraigned in ordered held without bail. A grand jury present and found former officer Ryan panel shot a man twice in the back while he was unarmed and running away it happened in June of twenty seventeen after the officers stopped. Thirty year old David Jones on his dirt bike district attorney Larry Krassner says in a separate investigation by his office. Investigators determined the victims gun was twenty five feet in the opposite direction of Jones flight were officer panel stood and fired. Jones's death was not necessary to secure the apprehension the grand jury found that Jones was no danger to anyone in his flight this year, the DA's office has looked into nineteen police involved shoot. Eatings including three fatal shootings and four with injuries. Too were accidental ten were dog shoots. Krassner says only the panel case warranted criminal charges. Steve Taiwa, KYW, NewsRadio and reaction from the police union was swift. And we continue our coverage now with KYW's Kristin Johannesen who tells us the police union says the indictment of the former officer is quote, an absurd disgrace alongside Ryan Pinellas family. Fraternal order police president John mcneese beat rejects any charges brought against the former Philly cop. Today's meritless indictment clearly illustrates a district attorney who has an anti law enforcement agenda. Defense attorney Fred Perry represents Panella says evidence will show he was justified in the shooting of David Jones encountered someone who is armed with an unlawful pistol pulled that pistol from his waist a struggling sued officer panel was justified in his actions that night, and he will be exonerated of all charges. Harry says panel is in good spirit. And denies any wrongdoing. Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio by a slim margin area, Catholic high school, teachers if approved a tentative contract agreement classes are back starting Wednesday. The story from KYW's Mike DeNardo by a vote of two hundred sixty eight to two hundred forty-seven members of the association of Catholic. The agreement has administrators and not subject department heads doing teacher evaluations. They had every right to be upset with it. It's probably the closest vote we've ever had the agreement gives teachers twelve hundred dollar raises in each year of the two year deal and holds the line on healthcare premiums. The ratification means classes will start on time Wednesday at seventeen area Catholic high schools at Penn's landing caterers. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio KYW NewsRadio the Delaware valley. Coverage sponsored by horizon services,.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"During a traffic stop. We have two reports for you. We begin with KYW Steve tower who tells us the officer's been arraigned in ordered held without bail. A grand jury present and found former officer Ryan panel shot a man twice in the back while he was unarmed and running away it happened in June of two thousand seventeen after the officers stopped. Thirty year old David Jones on his dirt bike district attorney Larry Krassner says in a separate investigation by his office. Investigators determined the victims gun was twenty five feet in the opposite direction of Jones flight were officer panel stood and fired. Jones's death was not necessary to secure the apprehension the grand jury found that Jones was no danger to anyone in his flight this year, the DA's office has looked into nineteen police. Involved shootings, including three fatal shootings and four with injuries. Too were accidental ten were dog shoots. Krassner says only the panel case warranted criminal charges. Steve Taiwa, KYW, NewsRadio and reaction from the police union was swift. And we continue our coverage now with KYW's Christian Joe Hansen. Who tells us the police union says the indictment of the former officer is quote an absurd disgrace alongside Ryan Pinellas family? Fraternal order of police president John mcneese beat rejects any charges brought against the former Philly cop. Today's meritless indictment clearly illustrates a district attorney who has an anti law enforcement agenda defense Ernie. Fred Perry represents Pinella says evidence will show he was justified in the shooting of David Jones. He encountered someone who is armed with an unlawful pistol pulled that pistol from his waist a struggling sued officer panel was justified in his actions that night, and he will be exonerated of all charges. Harry says panel is in good. Good spirits and denies any wrongdoing. Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio by a slim margin area, Catholic high school, teachers if approved a tentative contract agreement classes her back starting Wednesday the story from KYW's Mike DeNardo by a vote of two hundred sixty eight to two hundred forty seven members of the association of Catholic. Teachers narrowly okayed a two year contract agreement reached just before six AM union. President Rita Schwartz says members were not happy. The agreement has administrators and not subject to -partment heads doing teacher evaluations. They had every right to be upset with it. It's probably the closest vote we've ever had the agreement gives teachers twelve hundred dollar raises in each year of the two year deal and holds the line on healthcare premiums. The ratification means classes will start on time Wednesday at seventeen area Catholic high schools at Penn's landing caterers. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio KYW NewsRadio the Delaware valley. Coverage sponsored by horizon services,.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A deadly encounter during a traffic. Stop on the streets of Philadelphia last year and fresh legal developments. Joining us KYW Steve tower and Steve charges against a former cop arraigned and held without bail. Please. Tell us more grand jury present and found former officer Ryan Fennell shot a man twice in the back while he was unarmed and running away it happened in June of two thousand seventeen after the officers stopped thirty year old David Jones on his dirt bike in the Judy outta section district. Attorney Larry Krassner says the charges are the result of his officers separate investigation that to preserve the results of the grand jury presentiment the secrecy of the grand jury presentiment in the case while friskin the suspect the officer felt a gun and Jones waistband, and then there was a struggle, but Krassner says Jones ran away, and he never turned toward pound all or gestured in a threatening manner during his running away Jones's death. It was not necessary to secure the app retention. The grand jury found. There's no indication how Cornell could have reasonably believed that Jones was still armed and dangerous. According to Krassner Jones's firearm was recovered approximately twenty five feet behind where pound all stood as he fired at Jones. Steve Fennell is charged with criminal homicide, reckless endangerment and possession of a weapon of crime in the DA also saying his office investigated, plenty of other police involved shootings this year alone. Steve the DA's office has looked into nineteen police involved shootings, including three fatal shootings and four with injuries to or accidental ten were dawn shootings Krassner says only the Pinot case warranted criminal charges. Then we asked him, and he said if member if memory serves it's the first time in twenty years that an officer has.

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New York's Cuomo rejects NRA claim that 'blacklisting' jeopardizes mission

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

New York's Cuomo rejects NRA claim that 'blacklisting' jeopardizes mission

"Right lane traffic and transit on the twos coming up in just a minute what better place for young people to learn and do recreation and conservation projects on Pennsylvania's public lands and Philadelphia's Fairmount, park KYW Steve tower report Pennsylvania outdoor core is a statewide initiative that offers work experience job training and educational. Opportunities for young, people, while, being out, in nature like seventeen year old. Cheyenne who happens, to, live in the neighborhood Dan Lewis stuff that I am helping Omar communities are they learning new things animals had appreciate your viral another seventeen year old Giovanni from the. Out of section was wielding pruning share with a long handle was getting. Into identify what's vase if and noninvasive lights a cut or tobacco both we're on a mission to clear invasive plants around the discovery center overlooking strawberry mansion, reservoir it's used by the national Audubon society and Philadelphia outward bound school Steve, Taiwan KYW NewsRadio National Rifle. Association says it will face a financial crisis that could force him to shut down some of its operations they're blaming New York's, governor for discouraging insurance companies and banks from doing business with the NRA RA taking the governor to court governor Cuomo does not deny his animus toward. The NRA I have been a long time opponent of the NRA I plead guilty the NRA's lawsuit claims that governor Cuomo in the state of New York are violating the organization's first amendment right Right to talk about gun owners second amendment rights governor. Cuomo said the state find. To insurance companies for. Working with the NRA on Kerry garden sure the insurance policy essentially insured them for intentional bad axe the NRA says the insurance is meant for cases of. Self defense they claim that the governor is blacklisting organization in the banking. And insurance industries Steve, Kastenbaum New York even amaze hardened police officers brazen, robbery if a. Child's lemonade. Stand a teenager using a BB handgun robbed a nine year old boy of about twenty dollars an earnings from the child's lemonade. Stand in an upscale neighborhood in Monroe North Carolina Philip Smith is the kids dad it's pretty low despicable in my book I couldn't believe somebody would stoop that low to steal money. From him very low in my book police later found the gun on. An empty tin Canada nearby wooded area where the robber had apparently hidden his getaway bicycle Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The building right across the street from the liberty bell is set to reopen the summer as a world class food hall it's going to be called boerse marketplace the story from kyw steve tower the bore smack dab in the middle of what's described as america's most historic square mile is expecting quite a bit of foot traffic according to mr p realty managing director charlie mcgrath completed in eighteen ninety five it's bozarth architecture style is heavily ornamented mcgrath says it's got great bones when i walk through this building it looked like a beautiful old relic that was somewhat forgotten retail consultant mike morris of canada says the twenty four thousand square foot food court on the ground floor will include twenty nine vendors each of which executes a different concept you have a cheese steak pizza operator give a korean taco concept they should be up and operated within forty five to sixty days steve taiwa kyw newsradio and now it's time for the business report it was a down day on wall street tuesday just ahead of the break for the fourth of july now the numbers from bloomberg here's jeff bellinger investors turned cautious ahead of the fourth of july break and stocks ended lower the dow jones industrials and the sp five hundred both foul half a percent the dow is marking time at twenty four thousand one seventy four the nasdaq closed nine tenths percent lower chad morgan lander at washington crossing advisers says trade tensions are being felt on wall street and elsewhere you're starting to see the echo effect of economic deceleration albeit modest but nonetheless it does affect global trade earnings as well as the financial markets morgan lander says stocks could face headwinds in the weeks ahead amazon made it official monday july sixteenth will be prime day and the special.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The boris building right across the street from the liberty bell is set to reopen this summer as a world class food hall it's going to be called boris marketplace the story from kyw steve tower the bore smack dab in the middle of what's described as america's most historic square mile is expecting quite a bit of foot traffic according to m r p realty managing director charlie mcgrath completed in eighteen ninety five it's our architecture style is heavily ornamented mcgrath says it's got great bones when i walked through this building it looked like a beautiful old relic that was somewhat forgotten retail consultant mike morris of canada says the twenty four thousand square foot food court on the ground floor will include twenty nine vendors each of which executes a different concept you have a cheese steak pizza operator give a korean taco concept they should be up and operated within forty five to sixty days steve taiwa kyw newsradio and now it's time for the business report it was a down day on wall street tuesday just ahead of the break for the fourth of july now the numbers from bloomberg years jeff bellinger investors turned cautious ahead of the fourth of july break and stocks ended lower the dow jones industrials and the s and p five hundred both foul half a percent the dow is marking time at twenty four thousand one seventy four the nasdaq closed nine tenths percent lower chad morgan lander at washington crossing advisers says trade tensions are being felt on wall street and elsewhere you're starting to see the echo effect of economic deceleration albeit modest but nonetheless it does affect global trade earnings as well as the financial markets morgan lander says stocks could face some headwinds in the weeks ahead amazon made it official monday july sixteenth will be prime day and the special deals won't just be offered online they'll be extended to whole foods markets ebay is looking to counter amazon announcing it will offer thousands of exclusive deals on july seventeenth crude oil futures rose to seventy four thirteen.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Was the final car that carried robert kennedy's coffin from new york to burial in arlington national cemetery outside washington the route was said to be lined by more than a million people wanted pass through here railroad love or bennett levin was drawn to the spring garden street bridge where the tracks parallel thirtieth street it was a very diverse cray all the time when we didn't measure diversity people were relatively silent in the mid eighties levin a selfdescribed train not acquired the very same eighty five foot passenger car for seventy five thousand dollars rather than see it had to scrap heap the my ex wife white called the mistress okay steve tower kyw newsradio hey why w news time eleven fifty two time for traffic and transit on the twos more on the car fire you were mentioning they've got backed up traffic for a couple of miles now east as you approach willow grove we have only the left lane getting by there and it's just looks to be a big backup now and it is growing again that's east on the pennsylvania turnpike approaching willow grove if you're stuck in this state of the left traffic report is brought to you by orkan no other problems for the turnpike unless you're on the turnpike trying to go to route one north that ramp is backed up because there is a crash on route one it's affecting route one north and south you're jammed approaching street road headed north up to almost the shopping mall and then south on route one from business route one down to that point everybody stay to the left with that as well apparently the car with the van that was involved in this is up on the center barrier looking good ninety five south the crew that we had that was near the walt whitman bridge is apparently cleared out but the next day you're gonna hit as ridley park down to four seventy six the blue route there was a sign crew there on the blue route north and south we don't see any problems at all lancaster avenue eastbound left lane aberdeen to saint david's that's backing up with construction or twenty two looking good major new jersey roadways well it's all good news at the moment except for one spot onto ninety five north is his right as you approach the.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Arc in the war on it it is is also a victory for womanhood and it is a victory for all sexual assault survivors and moments ago governor wolf pennsylvania governor will also weighing in saying quote to use any level of celebrity and power to prey on women is unforgivable and deplorable and he says he hopes that this verdict some sort of level of comfort to victims of sexual assault across pennsylvania and the country in kristen johanson with us on reporter's roundup kristen thanks one of the metoo movement standardbearers the actor rose mcgowan tweeting this cosby is guilty i'm sorry if you loved ally is victims can now exhale thank you judge jury thank you society for waking up many seeing this trial is a test of how the cultural movement of metoo will translate into the courtroom again bill cosby guilty in montgomery county on all three counts of aggravated indecent assault you're listening to reporter's roundup the day how we were gonna do that night when she got home and we ended with i love you safe travels they were the last words michael reardon heard from his wife jennifer before she lost her life last week on south west flight thirteen eighty we're hearing from the boss at southwest airlines and update on the disaster that lead to death and the emergency landing at philadelphia international senior ios comments coming this morning on cnbc steve tower is with us on the roundup what's the latest on that blown jet engine did while the ntsb investigate southwest ceo gary kelly says the company moved up it's ultra sonic inspection scheduled checking for signs of metal fatigue in the engine fan blades so we're on a very exhilarated cycle compared to what had previously been done in the industry which is to look at engines and these fan blades roughly every eighteen months or every three thousand cycles a cycle typically includes an engine start take off and landing he says so far the airline has checked eighty percent of its fleet of seven hundred planes and file noting it's highly unusual to have the teak in the engine blades he says any suspect parts will be discarded and replaced kelly also went out of his way to single out south west competitors during those harrowing moments in the plane diverted and made that emergency landing we try to beat each other up every.

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FDA  re-examines  safety of  Parkinson's drug 

24 hour News

01:40 min | 3 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 tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"With the merger of einstein and jefferson lynn adkins kyw newsradio philadelphia man whose first degree murder conviction was recently vacated by a judge now out of prison for the first time in eleven years and on house arrest steve tower will ports the defendant and his family hoping he will soon be cleared of all charges with an ankle bracelet for electron monitoring twenty nine year old dante patterson is always maintained his innocence wants to do this is you know get situated get a job take care of my daughter being around my family go on with my life family and friends greeted him at a relative's home in north philly is he got reacquainted with his eleven year old daughter and while he could be retried on first degree murder charges the fact that the district attorney's office did not oppose bail to supporters to feel the da may ultimately dropped the charges for these does that they did the right thing to give me bell because i shouldn't be in jail sitting in there for something that i didn't do the chief of the da's homicide unit told us it's plausible that patterson who was seventeen after time did not shoot and kill his friend outside a grocery store and long crust steve toddler kyw newsradio testimony today in the trial of philadelphia man accused of attacking councilman david outside his westbound off your home last year here's just a noodle twenty five year old sean your brain is charged with stabbing philadelphia councilman david oh last may in front of the councilmens home today your is in court defending his innocence in this case councilman has identified your brain on several occasions including today in the courtroom but the councilman doesn't seem to have any resentment towards the defendant i think the important thing is he's off the street because i truly believe that the way he attacked me he would attack anybody and i think he was in a bad state of mind where he would hurt somebody and so i think it's good he's off the street i'm not bitter y'all braves charged with attempted murder aggravated assault and robbery but he maintains his innocence and says it's all a case of mistaken identity just an auto kyw newsradio thirty six forecast sponsored by mainline.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Broadcast center in spring garden if clear skies kundus thirty one degrees overnight the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes us senators from pennsylvania in delaware unveiled bipartisan legislation monday that they say would make it harder for certain people to get guns illegally kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports it would alert local law enforcement when someone failed a federal background check senators pat toomey and chris kuhn say their bill would strengthen the national instant criminal background check system or next they'll pennsylvania and twelve other states run their own background checks on gun purchases dillard's and thirty seven other states including delaware use next so local authorities aren't even aware when someone prohibited from having a gun tries to get one to me says the next deny all notification act would fix that is not rocket science to think that maybe we ought to be a little concerned about this person may be state law enforcement officials sought had no this contest people who've lie and try are likely to be greater risk that person is more likely to try to steal a firearm or to go through a gun show or the internet jimmy says he continues to pursue the bill he introduced in 2013 that would require universal background checks pat loeb kyw newsradio cherry hill township police are now assigned fulltime to patrol all schools as of monday that after students and parents expressed worries about security following the deadly mass shooting at a high school in parkland florida kyw news steve tower has more cherry hill mayor chuck car knew they had to do something sooner rather than later we've always sugar schools are very very safe but certainly would happen over in the past few weeks and hearing from a lot of students and parents we thought this was.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And to report the incident to the bureau more formation at bvb dot org slush scam drucker john mcdevitt kyw newsradio after criminal plea deals and a conviction against three people for bucks county and a two thousand fourteen attack on a gay couple and center city there's been a settlement in a civil lawsuit brought by the victims here's kyw steve tower but plaintives andrew hot and zachary has sought unspecified damages following the criminal trial to compensate them for the ordeal the case was scheduled to go to trial in december but now of philadelphia judge has marked the case as settled both sides have signed on to a confidentiality agreement back in 2014 while the two men were walking at 16th of chancellor streets they were confronted by a group of fifteen people who began hurling insults before punches were thrown kevin arrogant and philip williams admitted their roles and worse addeds to probation in play arrangements but catherine not went to trial prosecutors labeled it a hate crime they pointed to prior anti gay to we posted by not that went to her motivation that night a jury found her guilty and she served five months in prison steve tarawa kyw newsradio cloudy at the broadcast center in spring garden we're headed down to thirty degrees mostly cloudy sunday on tap but some late day son possibly and a high temperature of forty nine kyw news time is 1202 twenty two time for traffic and transit on the twos while in west coast in chester county cleanup of an earlier afternoon tractor trailer accident in it continues on route through its who had met lack street tuiti remains a shutdown both ways between route 3 west chester pike and business route 3 22 which is high street earlier accident schuylkill expressway eastbound has been cleared it was on the ramp to 26 street shutting down that iran for a couple of hours but again it has been cleared back to good speeds in that area six 76 west version to the schuylkill expressway just a little bit slow in new jersey no problems out on the 42 freeway i 295 mass transit running on or close to schedule if we're not saying what you're seeing been at t phone force tipster at two one five seven twenty four 1060 next update in less than ten minutes from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour trap big center prayer to trumark financial for all your banking needs i'm feet an arado.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"More broadcast center in spring garden clear skies going to 23 overnight while with a high of forty one may not son chance of a shower and a high of john chapter criminal kgb fiction against three people for bucks county in 2014 attack o'neill a couple of consider city there has been a settlement in a civil lawsuit brought by the victim's kyw steve tower reports the playoffs andrew heart and zachary saudis specified damages following the criminal trial to compensate them for the ordeal the chaos go to trial in december name philadelphia's judge has marked the case as subtle both sides have signed on to a confidentiality near fourteen while the two men were walking at 16th of chancellor streets they were confronted by a group of fifteen people who began hurling insults before punches were gene philip williams admitted their roles and more sedatives to probation play arrangements wbc through not gene to trial prosecutors labeled it a hate crime and they pointed to prior anti gay tweets posted by now at winter motivation that night a jury found her guilty and she served five neave nato kyw news radio hollywood isn't the only california sagged embroiled in a sexual misconduct scandal there are an average of three sexual misconduct investigations a year uh in the state legislature directors released by the california senate and oddly thirty sexual misconduct allegations have been carried out in the past decade for some is that just enough to have been released and have been released by the group we said enough that uh any no way for taxpayers who shelled out eight hundred fifty thousand dollars its happened.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In spring garden scattered clouds going to 73 overnight princeton university is closely monitoring developments in iran involving a graduate student who was sentenced to ten years in prison after he was accused of spying as kyw steve tower reports the students advisor professors stephen kotkin is calling on islamic republic to set him free we understand that traveling to this region in general uh his complicated princeton says thirty seven year old eu wong was arrested last summer while doing research in connection with his phd dissertation university says it it's distressed by the charges brought against him in connection with a scholarly activities and his subsequent conviction and said at princeton says it's working with wong's family us government private council and others to facilitate his release wong as an american citizen who was born in china the grad student is a fourth your doctoral candidate in the department of history princeton a spokesman for the university says his family and princeton are distressed at is continued imprisonment but they are hopeful that he will be released after his case was heard by the appellate authorities in tehran steve tower kyw newsradio investigators in minnesota are looking for answers after police officers responding to a nine one one call shot and killed a yoga teacher saturday night the officers were quipped his body cameras but they were not on cbs news correspondent kenneth craig has more if you're going to change in the least systems at the 40yearold australian native was a yoga teacher life life she was the teachers so many living a life openness i love and kindness a lawyer for police officer mohammad more confirmed he was the officer who opened fire in a facebook post trimmed 2016 minneapolis mayor betsy hodges welcome the somali officer to the force now she's joining the cries for answers i share the same question there people have about why we don't have bodycam footage of it and with very little information note about the shooting death relatives and neighbors of the australian woman fatally shot by police are demanding answers from a 30s at the cbs broadcast center in.

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"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"steve tower" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The cbs broadcast center in spring garden scattered clouds going to 73 overnight princeton university is closely monitoring developments in iran involving a graduate student who was sentenced to ten years in prison after he was accused of spying as kyw steve tower reports the students advisor professors stephen kotkin is calling on lawmakers public to set him free we understand that traveling to lift region in general uh his complicated princeton says thirty seven year old eu wong was arrested last summer while doing research in connection with his phd dissertation university says it it's distrust by the charges brought against him in connection with a scholarly activities and his subsequent conviction and said its princeton says it's working with wong's family us government private council and others to facilitate his release wong as an american citizen who was born in china the grad student is a fourth doctoral candidate in the department of history princeton a spokesman for the university says his family and princeton are distrust that is contended imprisonment but they are hopeful that he will be released after his case is heard by the appellate authorities in tehran steve tower kyw newsradio investigators in minnesota are looking for answers after police officers responding to a nine one one call shot and killed a yoga teacher saturday night the officers were equipped with body cameras but they were not on cbs news correspondent kenneth craig has more if you're gonna change in the least systems it's the 40yearold australian native was a yoga teacher life co she was a teacher in so many living a life who openness love and kindness a lawyer for police officer mohammad more confirmed he was the officer who opened fire in a facebook post from 2016 minneapolis mayor betsy hodges welcomed the somali officer to the force now she's joining the cries for answers i i share the same questions other people have about why we don't have bodycam footage of it and with very little information note about the shooting death relatives and neighbors of the australian woman fatally shot by police are demanding answers from authorities at the cbs broadcast center in spring garden scattered clouds going to 73 overnight is your i think a big part of reporters rubbish.

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