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"tom wolf" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 7 hrs ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Liederman, who does our theme music, lieutenant governor told NPR's morning edition. I will never tweet out anything that Twitter has to slap a warning on like a practice cigarette. Other words, he says, he steers clear of hyperbole and tries to stay focused on fax. Sam done. Club member station. W I. T F tells us what might be next for the charismatic state leader. If you've been paying attention to the post election news cycle in Pennsylvania, you've no doubt heard the voice or seen the face of John Fetterman, the state's 6 ft eight tattooed lieutenant governor who has a Harvard degree. He sums up the attempts by Trump's campaign to discredit the state's election like this. I said, you could sue a ham sandwich. It's not going to change anything. Well, you can audit a ham sandwich, and it's not gonna change anything. Federman has clearly taken point on the administration's efforts to defend Pennsylvania's election process. Neither Governor Tom Wolf nor Secretary of State Kathy Book far have talked much since Election day, leaving much of the election fraud debunking to the lieutenant governor. And that's okay with him. One of the Internet jokes or means is that I'm governor was anger translator. And so there's some truth to that. You know where it's like. Let's start talking facts. Let's break it down. You know, the term Anger Translator is a reference to a long running key and Peele skit from the Obama era. And at this point, Federman says, he'd rather turned the focus to a more important issue. My hope is, we could finally agree that the true enemy is the coronavirus, not each other. But let's just stop and address the pandemic which is raging, you know, right under our noses at this point. Of course, the lieutenant governor has a life outside of anger translation. Before he held a state row office. Fetterman was mayor of a town called Brad IQ, near Pittsburgh. When he came into office, it was known as a steel town, decades passed its economic prime. He and his family still live there in a converted car dealership. Fetterman is also a self described democratic socialist and could have a recipe potent enough to pull off a statewide election win, says political science professor Chris Borick of Mulan Burn College because of where he's come from, and is his experiences in a place like Radic could speak for the challenges of working class people on the margins and some of the problems that they have from substance abuse to access to health care. It's possible Federman may run for Pennsylvania governor or U. S Senate to big spots that will be open in 2022. He tried the ladder back in 2016 and came in third in the Democratic primary. But in 2018 governor, Tom Wolfe chose him as his running mate. After he won a crowded lieutenant governor primary, Federman tells me he's exploring his options for a future run. I'm considering both leagues, but that is certainly not my primary focus right now. Even so, long time Republican political consultant Christopher Nicolas is already thinking about him for the next cycle. I think most Republican political consultant like myself. Would rather face someone like him in the general election that a more traditional candidates. In my opinion, it's too far out of the mainstream for the state has more. Democratic strategist Daniel Gross, on the other hand, doesn't think so, she says. A traditional candidate wouldn't necessarily be a shoo in or appeal broadly to voters. Statewide. Is John Settlement, Maybe the guy that if you put out a casting call that he'd be the person that you'd expect to fill it. I am not sure what you know. We've seen some really quickie casting choices by Pennsylvania voters. Either way Pennsylvanians should expect to hear more from the man G Q Magazine calls a quote American taste God, thanks to his laid.

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Fresh update on "tom wolf" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:34 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tom wolf" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"J. Liederman, who does our theme music, lieutenant governor told NPR's morning edition. I will never tweet out anything that Twitter has to slap a warning on like a packet cigarette. Other words, he says, he steers clear of hyperbole and tries to stay focused on fax. Sam done. Club member station W. Rtf tells us what might be next for the charismatic state leader. If you've been paying attention to the post election news cycle in Pennsylvania, you've no doubt heard the voice or seen the face of John Fetterman, the state's 6 ft eight tattooed lieutenant governor who has a Harvard degree. He sums up the attempts by Trump's campaign to discredit the state's election like this. I said, you could sue a ham sandwich. It's not going to change anything where you can order the ham sandwich. And it's not gonna change anything. Federman has clearly taken point on the administration's efforts to defend Pennsylvania's election process. Neither Governor Tom Wolf nor Secretary of State Kathy Book far have talked much since Election day, leaving much of the election fraud debunking to the lieutenant governor. And that's okay with him. One of the Internet jokes or means is that I'm governor was anger translator. And so there's some truth to that. You know where it's like. Let's start talking facts. Let's break it down. You know, the term Anger Translator is a reference to a long running key and Peele skit from the Obama era. And at this point, Federman says, he'd rather turned the focus to a more important issue. My hope. Is, we could finally agree that the true enemy is the corona buyers, not each other. But let's just stop and address the pandemic which is raging, you know, right under our noses at this point. Of course, the lieutenant governor has a life outside of anger translation. Before he held a state row office. Fetterman was mayor of a town called Brad IQ near Pittsburgh. When he came into office, it was known as a steel town decades passed its economic prime. He and his family still live there in a converted car dealership. Federman is also a self described Democratic socialist and could have a recipe potent enough to pull off a statewide election win, says political science professor Chris Borick of Muhlenberg College because of where he's come from, and is his experiences in a place like Radic could speak for the challenges of working class people on the margins and some of the problems that they have from substance abuse to access to health care. It's possible Federman may run for Pennsylvania governor or U. S Senate to big spots that will be open in 2022. He tried the ladder back in 2016 and came in third in the Democratic primary. But in 2018 governor, Tom Wolfe chose him as his running mate. After he won a crowded lieutenant governor primary, Federman tells me he's exploring his options for a future run. I'm considering both leagues, but it is certainly not my primary focus right now. Even so, long time Republican political consultant Christopher Nicolas is already thinking about him for the next cycle. I think most Republican political consultant like myself. Would rather face someone like him in the general election that a more traditional candidates. In my opinion is too far out of the mainstream for the state as world Democratic strategist Daniel Gross, on the other hand, doesn't think so, she says. A traditional candidate wouldn't necessarily be a shoo in or appeal broadly to voters Statewide. Is John Settlement crazy the guy that if you put out a casting call that he'd be the person that you'd expect to spill it. I am not sure what you know. We've seen some really quickie casting choices by Pennsylvania voters. Either way Pennsylvanians should expect to hear more from the man G Q Magazine calls a quote American taste God, thanks to his laid back mechanic, Esq fashion sense. For NPR.

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Philadelphia - Wolf Vetoes School Sports Bill

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia - Wolf Vetoes School Sports Bill

"Told us he would. Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf vetoed legislation late today that would have given more say to school districts and how they handled you sports across the Commonwealth. Including fans in the stands. Here's K y W suburban barrel chief Jim Elwood. The bill would have insured school district's not only have the final say in playing or not playing, but also would have more say and how many people could attend games. But Governor Wolf says school's already have the final say on whether they can play or not. And this Faras attendance. I'm always amazed at politicians thinking that they can somehow wave a magic wand and suspend Sort of reality. Wolf says. The virus likes it when people are together because it can spread. That's why outdoor sports are limited to 250 people, including players, coaches, officials and other staff. Indoor sports are limited to 25, both state Senator Tom Killian from Delaware and Chester counties and state. Rep. Todd Stevens called the veto disappointing, Killian says is the legislation passed with enough votes to override a veto. It shows him. Wolf's not interested in working with the majority. Stephen says Local board should be able to evaluate their own particular situations and be able to come up with their own safety plans. I don't think this is a place where a one size fits all for the entire Commonwealth works very well at the suburban bureau Jim Mel worked worked W W news news radio. radio.

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Fresh update on "tom wolf" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:38 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tom wolf" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Liederman, who does our theme music, lieutenant governor told NPR's morning edition. I will never tweet out anything that Twitter has to slap a warning on like a practice cigarette. Other words, he says, he steers clear of hyperbole and tries to stay focused on fax. Sam done. Club member station. W I. T F tells us what might be next for the charismatic state leader. If you've been paying attention to the post election news cycle in Pennsylvania, you've no doubt heard the voice or seen the face of John Fetterman, the state's 6 ft eight tattooed lieutenant governor who has a Harvard degree. He sums up the attempts by Trump's campaign to discredit the state's election like this. I said, you could sue a ham sandwich. It's not going to change anything. Well, you can audit a ham sandwich, and it's not gonna change anything. Federman has clearly taken point on the administration's efforts to defend Pennsylvania's election process. Neither Governor Tom Wolf nor Secretary of State Kathy Book far have talked much since Election day, leaving much of the election fraud debunking to the lieutenant governor. And that's okay with him. One of the Internet jokes or means is that I'm governor was anger translator. And so there's some truth to that. You know where it's like. Let's start talking facts. Let's break it down. You know, the term Anger Translator is a reference to a long running key and Peele skit from the Obama era. And at this point, Federman says, he'd rather turned the focus to a more important issue. My hope is, we could finally agree that the true enemy is the coronavirus, not each other. But let's just stop and address the pandemic which is raging, you know, right under our noses at this point. Of course, the lieutenant governor has a life outside of anger translation. Before he held a state row office. Fetterman was mayor of a town called Brad IQ, near Pittsburgh. When he came into office, it was known as a steel town, decades passed its economic prime. He and his family still live there in a converted car dealership. Fetterman is also a self described democratic socialist and could have a recipe potent enough to pull off a statewide election win, says political science professor Chris Borick of Mulan Burn College because of where he's come from, and is his experiences in a place like Radic could speak for the challenges of working class people on the margins and some of the problems that they have from substance abuse to access to health care. It's possible Federman may run for Pennsylvania governor or U. S Senate to big spots that will be open in 2022. He tried the ladder back in 2016 and came in third in the Democratic primary. But in 2018 governor, Tom Wolfe chose him as his running mate. After he won a crowded lieutenant governor primary, Federman tells me he's exploring his options for a future run. I'm considering both leagues, but that is certainly not my primary focus right now. Even so, long time Republican political consultant Christopher Nicolas is already thinking about him for the next cycle. I think most Republican political consultant like myself. Would rather face someone like him in the general election that a more traditional candidates. In my opinion, it's too far out of the mainstream for the state has more. Democratic strategist Daniel Gross, on the other hand, doesn't think so, she says. A traditional candidate wouldn't necessarily be a shoo in or appeal broadly to voters. Statewide. Is John Settlement, Maybe the guy that if you put out a casting call that he'd be the person that you'd expect to fill it. I am not sure what you know. We've seen some really quickie casting choices by Pennsylvania voters. Either way Pennsylvanians should expect to hear more from the man G Q Magazine calls a quote American taste God, thanks to his laid.

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Gov. Wolf vetoes bill on high school sports fans

Medical Frontiers

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Gov. Wolf vetoes bill on high school sports fans

"He would. Governor Tom Wolf vetoed House Bill 27 87 today the legislation that led school District's decide if and how many fans may attend their sporting events. The governor told reporters this morning. The reality is that the virus likes it when a lot of people get together, and so you ignore that at your peril, you could ignore reality. That reality really is that the virus is out to get us. A house and Senate Republicans have said they have the votes to override. Some school districts have already allowed more than the state limit of 250 people at outdoor gatherings.

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Philadelphia - Gov. Tom Wolf's pandemic restrictions are unconstitutional, Pennsylvania judge rules

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia - Gov. Tom Wolf's pandemic restrictions are unconstitutional, Pennsylvania judge rules

"Judge has ruled that some of governor wolves orders to fight the spread of covert 19 are unconstitutional. Cable. I w. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel work reports the rulings in response to a suit brought by four Western counties who argue Governor Wolf's limit on the size of gatherings violates the First Amendment enforcing non essential businesses too close violates the 14th amendment. Judge Williams Stick man appointed to the federal bench last year by President Trump says while the measures were put in place with good intentions, good intentions aren't enough writing the liberties protected by the Constitution. Are not fair weather freedoms in place when times are good, but able to be cast aside in times of trouble, Judge Stick man writes. The restrictions were initially designed to flatten the curve and protect the health care system. But since then they've become open ended and ongoing the governor's offices they plan to appeal and to request to stay. They say This decision does not affect the July order that puts limitations on bars and restaurants. Nor does it change the mandatory mask order. They say it specifically applies to the business closure and stay at home orders for March at the

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

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 2 months ago

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

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

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Gov. Tom Wolf renews call for state lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Gov. Tom Wolf renews call for state lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana

"Making a push for the legalization of recreational marijuana. Okay, Y W. Suburban Bureau chief, Gemma what reports Republicans in the state legislatures say the Democratic governor seems more interested in holding news briefings than it negotiated with them. Governor, Wolf says it's been about a year since he first proposed it, so he's once again asking the state Legislature to take up the legalization of recreational marijuana. Now, more than ever, especially right in the middle of this pandemic. We have a desperate need for the economic boost that the legalization of cannabis could provide, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman says. Legalizing marijuana as much Jobs bills anything, he says They're few legislative issues that could bring as many benefits is quickly to our employment statewide to our social justice concerns that we have on the uneven enforcement. As well as to our farmers. I pitched this to our red counties are Republican led counties are farmers need a cash crop. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says it's unlikely to see movement on recreational marijuana. This Polly says they're looking forward, though, to hearing specifics from the governor about who would regulate it. Where would be sold and strategies for enforcement at the suburban bureau Jim

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Pennsylvania will pay for mail-in ballot postage in election

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Pennsylvania will pay for mail-in ballot postage in election

"Pennsylvania will pay the cost of postage for voters to mail in ballots in November's general, election, Officials say. Governor Tom Wolf's administration is planning to use money from federal emergency Corona virus say to foot the bill. Now it could run several $1,000,000 to cover 55 cents for millions of ballots Wolf has made paying for posted Your priority is the pandemic unexpectedly fueled high interest in voting by mail. Now. Under the plan, voters who apply for and receive a mail in or absentee ballot in the male will also get a postage paid ballot. Return envelope. 17 states cover postage for mail in ballots. That's, according to the National Conference of State

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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Will Sign 2 Police Reform Bills Into Law, Office Says

Jon Marks and Ike Reese

00:07 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Will Sign 2 Police Reform Bills Into Law, Office Says

"To police reform bills have passed. The Pennsylvania Senate and Governor Tom Wolfe says he will sign both of them. More bills are moving through

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"tom wolf" Discussed on X96

X96

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on X96

"Today's word is well today or you tell men live are in the grand will employ two words in Utah vernacular that are as timely as today's headlines both of these words have been spoken by many Utahns over the last few days without telling you these words let's see if you are discerning listeners can pick them out in the following conversation between lavar and his long time friend liberation holy moly for holding the grand this past week has been a time of tumbled hasn't it to determine what tumbled Tom wolf you know crazy tumultuous to well if it means crazy why didn't you just say to me holy for Hollywood grand this week sure has been crazy why don't you just say that lavar tumbled to a multi which for Frick's sakes well excuse me I am so sorry that I've been trying to improve the means by which I communicate I've been using the down time created by this year played the learns new words and then using company tumbled defined by Mister Webster as a loud confuse noise especially one caused by a large mass of people synonyms being racket or commotion yeah give me like a ruckus well then why didn't you just say rockets I mean you all write about bad motivation so yes yes when the weather went all ninety two hell I thought someone was trying to break into my house news just a crazy weather after all when that hell started I thought it was either then the end of the world or someone was throwing rocks at my house there were some hell stones the size of golf balls I know I'm not driving the car because it because I had to go down to the cattle ranch for similar change oil from a song and I was just pulling into the parking lot when it started Helen and then hell stones let's put them to run I thought it was vandals trying to wreck my house for some reason so I came running up stairs in the basement the yell at him and call nine one one get him to send the police but my wife Vonda said well you're gonna sick the police on the weather them's hailstones lavar not somebody throwing rocks they sure made a hell of a mess left for here you would look Bernie told local police force out for some old stuff but you all right it was a tumble tumultuous times indeed well there you have it in just in case you were able to pick the you tell words featured in the previous dialogue the words were hello and please if that wasn't immediately apparent to you you've lived in Utah too long join us again some other time as we examine how the Utah native speaker word of the day.

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Philadelphia - 12 more counties get Wolf's green light to enter green phase

Pittsburgh Works

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Philadelphia - 12 more counties get Wolf's green light to enter green phase

"Governor Tom wolf there also announcing that twelve more counties home to one point three million people will be allowed to enter the least restrictive green phase of his pandemic re opening plan Adams beaver carbon Columbia Cumberland Juniata Mifflin Northumberland union Wayne Wyoming and York counties can join the green phase of the stop light colored re opening plan in one week nearly six million people in Philadelphia and nine other counties in southeastern Pennsylvania became the last in the states to shed the tightest restrictions including a stay at home order moving from red to yellow

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"tom wolf" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Governor Tom wolf those sleepy Joe right it's gonna relax the bell system cell movement system is very you know he's in his basement systems comfortable doesn't think you know the microphone to pick up on something like that or stop work on roads and bridges so and it just kind of slid out of there too because when you get older sometimes use move a certain way in those things fly out of there everybody said that one ground ball who had casual farts from time to time here's one thing I want to say I mean you you mentioned Joe Biden and switching gears one thing I want to bring back around full circle to what's going on in Minnesota right now Minneapolis is that Joe Biden is going to use this as a political tool see how can you be black and vote for Donald Trump after watching the video after which he said he's going to blame trump for the quote unquote sentiment of this country just get ready for it and if he's smart right now he's going to be nominating a an African American vice president vice presidential candidate the time to do that is now you wait he's going to seize this opportunity I want to go back to the farm now there's no way that that was going to be the governor of Pennsylvania that sounded way too old way to solve that sounded like a Werther's original Matlock loving far right there I'm a guy that understands a good fart when I hear it that's Joe by if you could tell the age of a person just by the the sound of the wind coming out of their pants that's true talent I think that's why super skill high big breasts you played me a sound mind I can tell you exactly how old they are if they're a man or woman which takes us into great moments in a farting history who could forget Eric Swalwell he was running for the presidency at the time he had a big interview on MSNBC take a listen.

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Philadelphia region to enter COVID-19 yellow phase on June 5, Gov. Wolf says

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia region to enter COVID-19 yellow phase on June 5, Gov. Wolf says

"Back here in Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf says the Philadelphia the surrounding suburbs could move into the yellow phase of his re opening plan on June fifth Hey what are you just include a check in with the business in Delaware County about the preparations they're making we K. Y. W. talk with Angela Harris of the fall crop diner back in March she was cutting her step in making adjustments for to go orders only to fall in line with governor Tom wolf's directive to stop dining eating a business model that was not sustainable for them we close for a little over a month and a half and just recently made the decision to open back up for take out here says the governor's plan to try and move our part of the state to a yellow partial opening on June fifth is welcome news even though restaurants and bars will still be limited to carry out and delivery she says that's because it means they're one step closer to fully re opening something they'll do with a new look we're going to put a partition between the days we put this glass wall completely around our cashier does says before the shut down she had a staff of about thirty waitresses and waiters and now that number is down to four quick she's anticipating getting more of them back to work I would love to see everybody's faces in here and be able to talk to them I miss a lot of the customers into the yellow face feeders nail salons barber shops and casinos must remain close

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Gov. Wolf Anticipating Philadelphia, Surrounding Suburbs Will Move To ‘Yellow’ Phase Of Reopening Plan On June 5

KYW 24 Hour News

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Gov. Wolf Anticipating Philadelphia, Surrounding Suburbs Will Move To ‘Yellow’ Phase Of Reopening Plan On June 5

"While it's no guarantee Philadelphia and the surrounding counties could move into governor wolf yellow phase of re opening on June fifth mayor Kenney is getting ready for it as well and came up no I W's Mike already has more a white yellow would look like under governor Tom wolf's proceed with caution plan bars and restaurants will still be limited to take out and delivery gyms spas and hair salons would remain closed retail shops can open though curbside pickup is the recommendation we have been closely monitoring these yellow face counties for signs of outbreaks we've had a few incidents that have caused some concern but overall we've seen most areas continue to maintain or reduce their covert nineteen new case count governor wolf says thousands of lives were saved in Philadelphia alone because of his stay at home orders while the city remains read for now nearly twenty counties are almost ready for green guidance from the CDC and the department of health must continue to be observed and this includes wearing masks in public and you don't expect large events like concerts or packed stadiums anytime soon the governor says that can't happen until there's a vaccine or cure Mike Darby KYW newsradio and there are now more than five thousand coronavirus deaths in Pennsylvania with one hundred twelve more being reported today there's also an additional seven hundred cases of covert nineteen here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is actually reported fewer than one thousand new daily cases for nearly two weeks at the Philadelphia city council had to get to work on the city

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Gov. Wolf anticipates Philadelphia and surrounding counties to be in yellow phase of reopening plan on June 5

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Gov. Wolf anticipates Philadelphia and surrounding counties to be in yellow phase of reopening plan on June 5

"That's made a governor Tom wolf says Philadelphia as well as Montgomery Delaware box and Chester as well as works counties could potentially go from red to yellow phase of his three stage three opening plan on June fifth more from K. Y. W. stomach up governor wolf says over the past couple weeks there've been sustained reductions in hospitalizations and efforts to slow the spread of the deadly virus like staying at home have been working we know not only that we succeeded in slowing the growth but that our actions our collective decisions to stay at home and avoid social contact we know that all that save lives this is forty nine of Pennsylvania's sixty seven counties are in the yellow face eight more counties will possibly join them on may twenty ninth the other ten including Philadelphia and its suburbs may go to yellow on June

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Philadelphia - Governor Wolf could move some Pennsylvania counties to 'green phase' soon

Wendy Bell

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Philadelphia - Governor Wolf could move some Pennsylvania counties to 'green phase' soon

"Governor Tom wolf held a conference call with reporters this afternoon and said he plans to announce more counties moving into the yellow phase of the state's mitigation plans and hopes he can announce that some counties will move into the green face Allegheny county actively moved into the yellow phase last Friday governor wolf has signed a bill that allows the temporary sale of cocktails to go from bars restaurants or hotels with a liquor license house bill three twenty seven is now active twenty one of twenty twenty and it takes effect

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Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger gets a haircut during the pandemic; Pennsylvania's governor not happy

Boomer and Gio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger gets a haircut during the pandemic; Pennsylvania's governor not happy

"Ben Roethlisberger he's cleanly shaven orally she's cleaned it up if you will well the governor of Pennsylvania Tom wolf founded interesting that he went to a barber take even though they were closed to get his hair cut and says Ben really took a took a chance here when you go to something like a barber shop and then you're not protected your who your the the chances of that virus actually wreaking havoc on your life increases I personally think that any Pennsylvania to take that chance I certainly don't want to take a chance on myself and so was more a matter of concern rather than he was angry as a lot of the headlines did portrayed

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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Allowing Taverns, Restaurants To Sell Cocktails-To-Go

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Allowing Taverns, Restaurants To Sell Cocktails-To-Go

"Also governor Tom wolf says he'll sign a bill allowing many bars and restaurants to sell cocktails to go during the Copa ninety crisis K. Y. W. stron McDevitt reports it's not clear when you can order off those mixed drinks just like you do for takeout food I will sign it that's governor wolf saying he will sign the bill into law it will not laces restaurant owners to temporarily offer takeout cocktails with take out food orders during the pandemic and owners have been waiting for this teddy Siri is on several center city restaurant bars including brew trades men's and bloom well we actually already have the containers in place we have the stickers that cover the holes so there's nothing there and there's a lid on some of the cocktails there's seals on other ones and there's also a look at the stickers will you put the straw and so we have that covered and it's sixty four ounces Max we do have some crawlers we would that we use for beer I knew I would be able to do like a large batch cocktails as well three says he hopes to increase business by thirty percent which us the added alcohol sales John McDevitt KYW

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PA Gov. Tom Wolf shows sympathy for affected businesses as 12 more counties are allowed to partially reopen

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 7 months ago

PA Gov. Tom Wolf shows sympathy for affected businesses as 12 more counties are allowed to partially reopen

"Unlike earlier this week when he lashed out at anyone threatening to defy his stay at home order governor Tom wolf was sympathetic yesterday to the challenges of the pandemic K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim mill work reports twelve more counties are set to move to governor was yellow phase next week that means eighteen will remain red including all the counties in southeastern PA now if you live in one of the eighteen counties that remains in the red zone you may feel disappointed or frustrated right now but governor with points of the damage the virus caused in Italy and Spain where they waited to take action and while he acknowledges the very real economic damage from the state homeowners in Pennsylvania he describes it as less bad compared to the health crisis it could have been no one would would would want this if we had a choice unfortunately we did not have the choice this virus was imposed on us and we are all trying to do the best we can governor will says while most people look out the window and see beautiful spring weather people who study viruses and how they spread see danger and the governor says frustration needs to target the virus not

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Pennsylvania House endorses plan for mixed drinks to go

Red Eye Radio

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Pennsylvania House endorses plan for mixed drinks to go

"As a pandemic stretches into another month Pennsylvania lawmakers passing a bill to bring back a bit of normalcy for many if governor Tom wolf signed that bill it could mean you can take your favorite cocktail home with you with your takeout from area restaurants Lisa Washington joins us now to explain what it would mean for some restaurant owners Lisa good morning this bill is awaiting the governor's signature now it does include several restrictions that restaurant and bar owners would have to adhere to before they are allowed to have those cocktails to go going to give you that list of restrictions in just a moment first though we should tell you that this measure is not meant to be permanent and of course again it does come with those restrictions alcohol accounts for a large part of sales at restaurants and nearly all cells that bars beer to go self have been allowed to well restaurant had been closed for dining inside now if or when the governor signs at restaurants and bars would be able to immediately begin serving both cocktails to go the Pennsylvania licensed beverage and tavern association help to draft this bill the governor has indicated that he would sign it and there was community support especially among those restaurant and bar owners once the governor signs yeah yeah your local restaurant by one she could still drive home and enjoy it on their back with all this nice weather that we have coming up so right now we're gonna show you those list of restrictions first restaurants must have lost more than twenty five percent of their average monthly total sales also those containers must be completely sailed with no holes for straws or openings and the alcoholic drinks can be more than four ounces but less than sixty four ounces and that those purchasing the drinks have to make sure that they have them in the trunk or the backseat of their vehicle away from all of the passengers now this bill would also allow one licensee to sell alcohol to another so those restaurants that aren't planning to re open will be able to get rid of some of their

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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Philadelphia - Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

"Governor Tom wolf says his administration plans to begin testing every resident and employee for the novel coronavirus in nursing homes and other facilities caring for older adults he says the goal is to test every resident and employee once a week the virus is reported to have killed more than twenty six hundred residents of nursing homes or personal care homes roughly two thirds of the state's overall

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45 states are lifting restrictions

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

02:49 min | 7 months ago

45 states are lifting restrictions

"Five states are taking steps to lift restrictions that were put in place because of code nineteen but it isn't fast enough for some people the owners of the C. and C. coffee and kitchen in Colorado opened their dining room for mother's day even though restaurants in that state are still limited to take out and delivery numbers will return in mass when they feel safe we'll see videos of people packed into a restaurant with no social distancing and no mass people feel less safe and the widespread economic pain will only be prolonged to governor Jerry policies Spender the restaurant's license indefinitely Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf with a message to local officials who planned to defy shut down order to agents who are encouraging the people they were elected to lead to quit the fight are acting in a most cowardly way this is not the time to give up this is not the time to surrender in Tesla CEO Elon musk restarting is California factory despite local orders president trump talking up he was testing for covert nineteen resident trump says the United States has met the moment and prevailed on testing for the corona virus in the span of just a few short months we've developed a testing capacity unmatched and unrivalled anywhere in the world claiming that everyone who wants to get a test before returning to work will very soon be able to get one but the reality is that most Americans being asked to return to work won't have quick access to testing and public health experts have warned that the US continues to lack the widespread testing necessary to properly track the virus Jordan Phelps ABC news the White House senior administration official telling ABC news that president trump and vice president pence will maintain distance from each other for the immediate future after two aids tested positive there were special elections tomorrow in Wisconsin in California there's a presidential primary in Nebraska in all three states they are encouraging mail in voting but allowing some in person voting you're listening to ABC news radio eight forty WHAS your news now a ten year old boy in Kentucky that has contracted the corona viruses known a better later fighting for his life governor Andy Beshear announced the case during his Monday news briefing while covert nineteen hasn't been as hard on children Dr Stephen stack said there are a small number of children who can get a syndrome where their immune system becomes hyperactive and they have an extreme inflammatory response in their body for kids who get this syndrome it's serious the the young a patient that we have in Kentucky is critically ill at this time and for those who get this it's serious right now it appears this child is the only one in Kentucky with the syndrome I'm Suzanne Duval the governor announced one hundred five new coronavirus cases today along with four new destined at in Sunday's new cases and deaths along with them total cases now sit at six thousand six hundred seventy seven and three hundred eleven in Kentucky have died I'm

"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Deserving to governor Tom wolf request a major disaster declaration from president trump the effort to get more support for cobra nineteen response president trump extensive social distancing guidelines through April thirtieth the latest report on hospital capacity New Jersey shows things could get critical here June ninety different fifty one was involved in this right now should stay that way overnight I'm AT one hazard our top story at nine oh one the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio for more coronavirus yes have been reported in Philadelphia of the total number of cases in the city wants to around nine hundred state health secretary Dr Rachel Levine announced more than six hundred your new coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania tragically we have now had thirty eight deaths among those who have tested positive for covert nineteen in Pennsylvania and to date all of those deaths have been in adult patients the total number of cases in Pennsylvania is now more than thirty three hundred more support for coronavirus leave may soon be on its way to the state as he widens Justin Trudeau tells the governor's reached out to the federal government governor wolf requested a major disaster declaration from the president through the Federal Emergency Management Agency to support state county municipal and some non profits if approved the declaration would assist disaster unemployment crisis counseling community disaster loans as well as a number of other programs governor wolf says he is quote calling on the president and the federal government to make available to us the assistance that will make tangible differences in the lives of our friends and neighbors and dedicated public servants were working in overdrive to support them Justin Trudeau KYW newsradio a study shows a social didn't thing may be working that's coming up just after weather on the news at nine OO to check in Philly Hey thanks Alan get a good look at everything here the senior minister here on the vine six seventy six east.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Kettani state police say thirty year old John? John. Colbert of Newcastle is a person of interest in the investigation. Colbert is Stoner's ex-boyfriend Chicago police say their investigation into the reported attack on actor Jesse smollet has shifted after questioning two brothers who had been considered suspects. Police say the brothers have been released no charges and police say they're not pursuing another interview with the empire, actor smollet who's black and gay. You said he was physically attacked last month by two masked men shouting, racial and anti gay slurs, and this is MAGA country. A disgraced former congressman no longer behind bars as we hear from CBS's, Jim Taylor. Former congressman Anthony Weiner released from federal prison in Massachusetts, the New York Democrat, a once rising star also ran for New York City mayor was convicted of having illicit online contact with a fifteen year old girl. He got a twenty one month prison sentence Federal Bureau prison websites. Now shows Weiner is in the custody of its residential. Re entry management office in Brooklyn wiener is slated to complete his sentence may fourteenth. Jim taylor. CBS? News of any Lieutenant governor John Fatima, we'll be in Washington. Greene counties today. More of that recreational marijuana listening tour, Katie k radio Shelby. Z listening tour announced last month is making its first stops in south, western Pennsylvania. The session scheduled for Monday at the center on strawberry in Washington county and at waynesboro university's alumni hall on Tuesday. Both sessions are from six to seven thirty pm and are open to the public additional dates will be announced at a later time, though, those that want to comment don't have to wait until a session stops in their area. They may submit a form what their comment governor, Tom wolf's website or Fetterman Facebook page..

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Day for governor Tom wolf, he says education fighting the opioid epidemic creating jobs access to healthcare are among his goals and a third thing to know this morning. A federal judge in Philadelphia blocked, the Trump administration's efforts to roll back the birth control mandate that's part of ObamaCare. Tim Jimenez has the story. The injunction from judge, Wendy Beatles. Stone of the eastern district of Pennsylvania means for now the birth control mandate. That's part of the Affordable Care Act is still intact across the country. Had there been no injunction Drexel, professor of law and public health. Doctor Robert field explains what would have happened if the company ministration rules had gone into effect. It would no longer than a mandate. It would have been something that you could out of a for any reason, whether it was religious or simply conscience, which would have been a big change from what's on the books now, currently only churches and religious organizations like hospitals and universities are exempt from opting out of covering birth control for its employees if the administration's new rules went into effect judge Beatles stones said tens of thousands of women would have been affected. There will be more unintended, pregnancies and states would shoulder the burden, but the new rules are on hold and there's a thumbs up from Democrats, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro in New Jersey's AG Gerber gray wall. Both offices filed suit in late two thousand seventeen and on the other side of the ruling Justice department spokeswoman tells the Washington Post they'll continue to quote, vigorously, defend religious, liberty. Dr Phil says that means an appeal is likely coming if the appeals courts do not overturn it almost certain to go to the supreme court. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio. Pennsylvania's one point eight million food assistance recipients will get their benefits through February. Despite the partial government shutdown just new reports. Philadelphia councilwoman Helen Kim did not mince words Monday when she joined fellow lawmakers at nonprofit food distributor Phillips in a call to fully reopen the federal government, she says the shutdown which is threatening the funding of food assistance programs is having extremely negative effect on some of the city's most vulnerable residents one of the greatest dangers that half a million Philadelphians face right now. And millions of Pennsylvania's children is an administration that would threaten their very livelihood. That would put their children at risk simply for a perverse fantasy and the mercurial whims of our president who governs by chaos incompetence and cruelty during the call to action, Pennsylvania state Senator Bob Casey applauded. The Commonwealth decision to give food assistance recipients their February benefits in January to make sure they do not lose them to the shutdown if it continues, but he says more needs to be done. That's good for them. And we should make sure that there's certainty for that. Not just certainly for the month of February. But make sure that it's there for as long as they needed officials say, hopefully, the government will. Open soon. So they will not have to worry about what to do about food benefits. When March comes Justin Trudeau KYW NewsRadio nine forty eight. Now, Tom Wolfe today takes the oath of office to serve a second term governor of Pennsylvania KYW Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo reports as he prepared to embark on his next four years in office. Governor will say today education fighting the opioid epidemic creating jobs and access to healthcare as being among his second term goals. I also want to continue.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Governor Tom wolf spoke in support of union members one of the most pernicious things in our economy is growing inequality in one of the things that we have to combat that inequality is thirty two. Their current contract will expire on September thirtieth. Shelby cosc- NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie. K on Capitol Hill the House Ways and means committee has approved a measure to make permanent individual cuts in last year's tax overhaul. The vote in the House Ways, and means committee was along party lines. Twenty-one fifteen to send the full measure to the house for a vote expected by October first, but tax cuts are likely to be dead on arrival in the Senate where they would need democratic support to pass the overhaul that the president signed into law last December known as a tax cuts and jobs act, a permanent tax relief to corporations but set individual cuts to expire after twenty twenty-five Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington, hurricane Florence expected to slam into the coast of North Carolina near the border of South Carolina tomorrow morning, bringing with it. Treacherous storm surges and buckets of rain conditions are deteriorating. Now as the outer bands of the storm lashed the Outer Banks CBS's David Begg. No is in morehead city and told CBS it appears people have either battened down the. Hatches or beaten path out of town. Not terribly. But they're starting. Here for Wilmington. We ran we ran across the couple of police officers, but nobody else on the road right now on.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"A multimilliondollar heroin and fat no bust in the felton ville section of philadelphia 24yearold cesar glues mon and and 30yearold while gear me sanchez rosario under arrest after authorities say they seized heroin and fat no valued at more than two point six million dollars democratic other tom wolf rejecting a republican drawn map of pennsylvania's congressional district to replace the gop drawn map struck down in ah gerrymandering case leaving him to make a different recommendation to the state's high court wolf says republicans latest plan still contains unconstitutionally partisan tactics that favour republicans are princeton university professor has cancelled a course on cultural freedoms and hate speech after his use of a racial slur during a teaching exercise and that led some students to walk out so colleagues say professor emeritus lawrence rosen has often used that slurred ring lectures on free speech this is the first time he's ever received such a negative response from students so he's refusing a demand from students to apologize argued with at least one student were told to students filed a complaint so the university issued a statement defending rosen noting that quote values of free speech and inclusivity are central to the schools mission and critical to the education we provide however the remember the princeton university professor cancelled the course eyewitness weather let's check in with katie and it's a pretty quiet evening we've got nothing more than clouds beginning to build in tonight dropping down to thirty three degrees tomorrow does also feature some clouds little bit of sunshine breaking through but by tomorrow night we'll see a few rain showers start to develop the high hits fifty one i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger armour weather at cbsphillycom looking.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"A multimilliondollar heroin and fat no bust in the felton ville section of philadelphia 24yearold cesar glues mon and and 30yearold while gear me sanchez rosario under arrest after authorities say they seized heroin and fat no valued at more than two point six million dollars democratic other tom wolf rejecting a republican drawn map of pennsylvania's congressional district to replace the gop drawn map struck down in ah gerrymandering case leaving him to make a different recommendation to the state's high court wolf says republicans latest plan still contains unconstitutionally partisan tactics that favour republicans are princeton university professor has cancelled a course on cultural freedoms and hate speech after his use of a racial slur during a teaching exercise and that led some students to walk out so colleagues say professor emeritus lawrence rosen has often used that slurred ring lectures on free speech this is the first time he's ever received such a negative response from students so he's refusing a demand from students to apologize argued with at least one student were told to students filed a complaint so the university issued a statement defending rosen noting that quote values of free speech and inclusivity are central to the schools mission and critical to the education we provide however the remember the princeton university professor cancelled the course eyewitness weather let's check in with katie and it's a pretty quiet evening we've got nothing more than clouds beginning to build in tonight dropping down to thirty three degrees tomorrow does also feature some clouds little bit of sunshine breaking through but by tomorrow night we'll see a few rain showers start to develop the high hits fifty one i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger armour weather at cbsphillycom looking to add your talent.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Two 28 eighty two if you know in in my home state at the moment of pennsylvania and it is my home state i i say at the moment because there's all kinds of things going on in our home state it's formerly a blue state as you know pennsylvania helped trump win the governor in in the last two weeks and i can't believe this has not got national news coverage but it will now the governor in the last two weeks governor tom wolf who is pretty much in obama and we'll see clothing he has asked not one but two pennsylvania state rep's both democrats the governor's a democrat as well to resign in the wake of sexual harassment allegations and i was doing some research on that's 'cause near one of have resigned which i find fascinating the governor says i think it's a good idea resigned because of this and neither one of the democrats took the democrat governors advice and then i was looking deeper into it do you remember the last time i was on the show we were talking about a get out the grope effort on behalf of the democrats well it turns out i sleep icbo nodding it turns out that the reason um they are reluctant to resign is they were waiting for the democrat party grow paen to come out now the grow pond is like a group on how many people are familiar with on the grope on gives you forty percent off any payouts of sexual allegation like one of our state representative some pennsylvania two years ago he paid out two hundred forty eight thousand dollars of taxpayer money now i think what the other one is waiting for deyland leeches his name state senator dalin leach i think he's waiting to see if he can get the grope on.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KTRH

"You know in in my home state at the moment of pennsylvania and it is my home state i i say at the moment because there's all kinds of things going on in our home state it's formerly a blue state is you know pennsylvania helped trump win the governor in in the last two weeks and i can't believe this has not got national news coverage but it will now the governor in the last two weeks governor tom wolf who is pretty much in obama in wolf clothing he has asked not one but two pennsylvania state rafts both democrats the governor's a democrat as well to resign in the wake of sexual harassment allegations and i was doing some research on this because near one of have resigned which i find fascinating the governor says i think it's a good idea resigned because of this and neither one of the democrats took the democrat governors advice and then i was looking deeper into it do you remember the last time i was on the show we were talking about a get out the grope effort on behalf of the democrats well it turns out i see i nodding it turns out that the reason are reluctant to resign is they were waiting for the democrat party grow paen to come out now the grow pond is like a group on how many people are familiar with girban the grow on gives you forty percent off any payouts of sexual allegation like one of our state representatives in pennsylvania two years ago he paid out two hundred forty eight thousand dollars of taxpayer money now i think what the other one is waiting for dalin leeches his name state senator deyland leach i think he's waiting to see if he can get the grope on.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"You know in in my home state at the moment of pennsylvania and it is my home state i i say at the moment 'cause there's all kinds of things going on in our home state it's formerly a blue state as you know pennsylvania had helped trump win the governor in in the last two weeks and i can't believe this has not got national news coverage but it will now the governor in the last two weeks governor tom wolf who's pretty much in obama in wales clothing he has asked not one but two pennsylvania state rep's both democrats the governor's a democrat as well to resign in the wake of sexual harassment allegations and i was doing some research on this because neither one of have resigned which i find fascinating the governor says i think it's a good idea resigned because of this and neither one of the democrats took the democrat governors advice and then i was looking deeper into it do you remember the last time i was on the show we were talking about a get out the groped effort on behalf of the democrats well it turns out i saved icbo nodding it turns out that the reason are reluctant to resign is they were waiting for the democrat party grow pawn to come out now the grow pond is like a group on how many people are familiar with group on the grow pond gives you forty percent off any payouts of sexual allegation like one of our state representatives in pennsylvania two years ago he paid out two hundred forty eight thousand dollars of taxpayer money now i think what the other one is waiting for dalin leeches his name state senator deyland leach i think he's waiting to see if he can get the.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"From kyw pete's the podcast about benny today it is the concept of a soulmate actually exist vaccine velvety sort it all out on bad bath and beyond say i want nothing fight love that tom hanks and meg ryan and you've got male pop culture the challenges of life and a little goss who look for bed bath and beyond say on itunes and stitcher or wherever you find your favorite podcast and browse all of the kyw podcast said played audit we have to remember that this stuff can be fun and it can be useful and it can make a difference in people's lives on top of the rapid developments in tech i'm ian bush i'm the technology editor at kyw news radio 1060 what's new from a journalist with a passion i like shiny new things i like when black boxes light up and beep at me the greater philadelphia area is one of the places in the country that that has a booming tech sector breaking news in technology here and on air from kyw newsradio the fresh news that affects your pocketbook it gives them at instant information that people are going to be talking about that they might say i never heard that before i didn't know that at twenty five and fifty five after every hour i'm steve potus guy in the morning business anger on kyw a coming from the bloomberg news wrote the business briefed with a twist i mean if i can find a fun story that i can really make people think and make the made me laugh on their way to and from work that means allowed to me to seven days a week on kyw newsradio overnight temperature falling to twenty three degrees later on saturday partly cloudy going up to forty going to feel like it's in the teams though with the wind chill pennsylvania governor tom wolf has up pennsylvania's children's health insurance.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The tom wolf book the rights stuff the phrases a euphemism from us military slang the original expression four beat the dog and beep starts with an f and meant to waste time too low fund the job none of that i get that i get none of that phrase i can i can i can relate to beat the dog i get that and that starts with an f i get that so that's on the military orbit man by the way do you know that ninety nine point nine percent of all navy seals every third word is beep yeah starts with enough yeah well every fifth where it anyway now uh thank you so much now that brought up tom wolf foot and i suggested to eric ex i said uh have you ever red electric cooling acid test you guys meant one right this one done to this goes way back if you came to the '60s and i mean if you really came through the '60s not just came through the '60s are you probably have if you haven't read electric kuwait acid test it's the story of akin keesey can keep zia author hipster beat nick biz most famous book one flew over the cuckoo's nest you may have seen the movie with jack nicholson not bad not bad doesn't do the book justice though that's where a nurse ratchet comes from so if you read one flew over the cuckoo's nest what else do we read does some one time or sometimes great nation something like that any he he made a lot of dough writing books and he was hanging out can keys you were talking about hanging out with him i know this is a tense it's hanging out with beaten accept stirs end up uh i i guess you'd say uh intellectuals you will back in the late '50s early 60s and it's when the beats were certain coming into prominence and can keesey was part of that whole crew.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"You know and i think you can really accomplish so much when that's what you decide you know i think a lot of us myself definitely included we get sore sort of torn in so many different ways and thinking i want to do this but i also want to do this and no right i care about this and so i i find this very motivating ends at you know i think we can help you reach some people in different states so we're gonna start pressuring you are especially our friends in ohio awesome all that makes me so excited i think we have a new opportunity in virginia now with the news of the governor's race tonight definite i i think we will find that we could get a good influence in pennsylvania i think it was actually the governor who decided to pull pennsylvania out and if you ever want to read the letter that he wrote that governor tom wolf wrote about why pennsylvania's not using crosscheck it's it he didn't pull any punches pretty entertaining yeah you know and i think it it won't be that hard if you can get enough people talking about it to convince people that this is not a good thing to be doing you know it seems like in illinois nobody had really questioned anything you know they just sort of said okay this is what reusing this is great and it wasn't until people real people individuals in invisible started talking about in bringing it to their attention that they realized there were so many problems with the system.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In china subject to change coverage of others apply see store for details players from forty eight nations final match in lincoln financial field no it's another world cup fits better because lewis soccer players live here neighborhoods in philadelphia kyw newsradio israel visual home of the philadelphia international unity come two teams their stories the scores and the tournament you w shia broadcast here for all things unity club it's kyw newsradio overnight as we head into the morning it will be cloudy and we could see some showers overnight as we're heading into the morning the temperature drops to about fifty nine degrees then for the rest of your monday cloudy morning a sprinkle or to do the rest of the day pretty nicest worker way up to about sixty four the greens a highprofile member of the governor's administration in harrisburg just got up and left kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony william with his story aid of cortez served as then governor at rendell secretary of state the agency that runs elections in overseas professional licensing and returned to serve in the same capacity for governor tom wolf is departure comes less than a month after a philadelphia city commissioner said a glitch in the state motorvoter system allowed non citizens to register to vote albeit perhaps accidentally when asked if the departure of cortez was connected to that revelation governor wolf spokesman could provide no information other than what was contained in a press release issued by the administration in that release titled wolf administration provides personnel update only one sentence is devoted to cortez saying simply that he submitted his resignation in offering no reason why in harrisburg tony romeo kyw newsradio police are investigating a deadly shooting it happened in north philadelphia saturday night just a little before midnight on the two hundred block of westmoreland street we say the victim has been identified is fifty one yearold raphael vasco shop once chest once the face did make it we're still looking for webber pulled the trigger i think a big part of reporters round of is to.

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"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolf" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Heritage business systems heritage business systems were satisfaction is our heritage kyw news time five ten a confederate flag on a philadelphia police officers car has prompted to city council members to introduce a bill that would prohibit offensive symbols are object on city property kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb as more council president darryl clark and councilwoman blind reynolds brown sponsored i feel that would authorize the commissioner of public property to regulate symbols materials and objects which one knows or has reasonable grounds to know aroused anger alarm or resentment if it would cause workplace inefficiencies on disruptions clark says he's not trying to curb free speech this is america people have a right to say and do certain things but you cannot heavy workplace environment that's offensive and problematic to your coworkers so that's why we very narrowly tailored towards city employees or cityowned properties access there have been a number of incidents that upset workers most recently when a police officer put a confederate flag sticker on his thumper pat loeb kyw news radio a high profile member of the wolf administration abruptly left his post last week and capital observers her scratching their heads kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo more aid roku test served as then governor at rendell secretary of state the agency that runs elections in overseas professional licensing and returned to serve in the same capacity for governor tom wolf his departure comes less than a month after a philadelphia city commissioner said a glitch in the state's motorvoter system allowed non citizens to register to vote albia perhaps accidentally when asked if the departure of cortez was connected to that revelation governor wolf spokesman could provide no information other than what was contained in a press release issued by the administration in that release titled wolf administration provides personnel update only one sentence is devoted to cortez.

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