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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:40 min | Last week

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Week as well. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W News RADIO Trump lawyer has a cleanup to do at home story coming up after traffic and weather 302 on K Y W Brian Ramona got a little problem out there in Chester County to talk about Woodward. A little one. This is room 100 North bound above Lion Bill. We have a serious accident involving three vehicles. One of them apparently came from the South bound side and Head on would collided with one of the vehicles on the north bound side. Now, fire police are heading into that area. We expect to see some closures, possibly the entire north bound side of route 100 as they continue. There were some serious injuries of people who have been removed from the scene. But again, this is 100 North bound. Just above the Downingtown interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Ghost Uncle Expressway. We're seeing the lease it both directions between Belmonte and Gladwin. Really heavy eastbound. We haven't accident right before Belmont. They got it cleared pretty quickly, but the delay formed. Unfortunately, well behind it. The Vice expressway a little slow both ways between Broad street and the skeptical merge bridges. They're looking pretty good at this hour. In South Jersey. Really? No major problems. 42 to 95, New Jersey Turnpike all moved along just fine. Mass transit. There are some intermittent delays here and there, for example, the South Beth excuse. Maybe. Except the route. 89 bus is suspended. And that is one of the schedule changes today. You wanted to check that out. Accepted up org From the P. J. Fitzpatrick home Improvement 24 hour traffic center craftsmanship you can trust and.

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A Philadelphia police officer crashed into a house, critically injuring a woman and killing a dog

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

A Philadelphia police officer crashed into a house, critically injuring a woman and killing a dog

"Was drunk when he drove into a house in northeast Philadelphia over the weekend, killing the family dog. Leaving a person in critical condition. We get the update. I'm kow Charlotte Reese. Police say 27 year old Gregory Campbell was off duty when he left the F O P lodge off Caroline Road just before 8 30 Saturday night. According to authorities, he was driving through the intersection at Comley Road when he lost control of his vehicle and went airborne into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say a 53 year old woman became trapped under the car. She was rescued and taken to the hospital. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say the couple's two dogs were struck as well. One of those dogs was killed. The other was taken to the vet for treatment. Campbell is charged with aggravated assault, D U I and related offenses. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw in a statement says a family should always feel safe in their home. And yet the action of this individual shattered that reality. F O P. President John Mc Nesby calls it an unfortunate incident and says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news

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Off-duty cop charged with DUI after driving into Northeast Philadelphia house

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Off-duty cop charged with DUI after driving into Northeast Philadelphia house

"Dog dog is is dead dead and and a a woman woman critically critically injured injured after after an an off off duty duty police police officer officer drives drives into into a a home home in in northeast northeast Philadelphia Philadelphia K K Y Y W W Charlotte Charlotte Reese reports The officer is accused of drunk driving. 27 year old Gregory Campbell is facing D U I aggravated assault and other offenses, according to police. The officer was off duty at the F O P Lodge off Caroline Road Saturday night. Authorities say. When Campbell left just before 8 30, he lost control of his car at the intersection of Calmly road and went flying into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say his vehicle struck a couple and their two dogs who were inside at the time. A 53 year old woman was knocked unconscious and trapped under the car. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say one of the dogs has since died. The other was taken to the vet F O P. Lodge President John MC Nesby says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw calls the incident appalling and says police officers must be held to a higher standard even while off duty.

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Woman injured, dog killed after off-duty Philadelphia police officer drives car into house

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Woman injured, dog killed after off-duty Philadelphia police officer drives car into house

"Philadelphia Police officer is facing D U I and other charges after he drove into a house in northeast Philadelphia as K Y W. Charlotte Reese reports. The crash left one person in critical condition at a family dog dead. Police say 27 year old Gregory Campbell was off duty when he left the F O P lodge off Caroline Road just before 8 37. Day night, according to authorities. He was driving through the intersection at Comley Road when he lost control of his vehicle and went airborne into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say a 53 year old woman became trapped under the car. She was rescued and taken to the hospital. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say the couple's two dogs were struck as well. One of those dogs was killed. The other was taken to the vet for treatment. Campbell is charged with aggravated assault, D U I and related offenses. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw in a statement says a family should always feel safe in their home. And yet the action of this individual shattered that reality. F O P. President John Mc Nesby calls it an unfortunate incident and says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W News radio.

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NFL gives vaccinated health care workers free Super Bowl tickets

KYW 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

NFL gives vaccinated health care workers free Super Bowl tickets

"The NFL is sending thousands of vaccinated frontline health care workers to the Super Bowl, Ky Dodie Charlotte Reese reports, the Eagles got to select some of them. The team's requirements were the frontline worker must be a Philly native living in the Tampa area, and they had to have already received both doses of the cove in 19 back Seen Remus Anka and Allergy asthma immunologist says Although the odds to win we're low she tried anyway funded. It was maybe five questions and it up. What team do you root for? And I put down Philadelphia Eagles because before Campbell, we lived in Philadelphia. Some of the safety precautions at Tampa Stadium include pods of four people on Lee and a mandatory and 95 mask, Really elevating safety measures which, you know, Thank God because we're help your workers in that the priority for us. Thank you is one of 7500 healthcare workers chosen for the game? Silver lining and nice to be recognized and appreciated. The frontline workers were only given one ticket each, but that's okay. Thank you. Says the Philly natives chosen got close during the

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Night Jalen Hurts, led the Birds over the New Orleans Saints, in his first artist quarterback over to dozens of people behind bars in Philadelphia were set free over the weekend. It's thanks to a local bail fund. And taking a look at our lead story this morning. The five year cove it 19 vaccine is making its way to our area. Filling hospitals will get them tomorrow, and healthcare workers will receive shots soon. It's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. I'm Suzanne Monahan. Good morning on any ambush. Good morning, Bill Casey is at the editor's desk along with Charlotte Reese. Well, Jalen hurts, did not disappoint in his first start his Eagles quarterback with the birds upsetting the Saints last night, 24 to 21. Whatever these debut, Ram talks about hurts performance with the voice of the Eagles, Merrill Reese and Merrill is sponsored by Duncan. Meryl. What was your reaction to Jalen Hurts yesterday in the Eagles win? Well, he played a tremendous game. He showed us athleticism. But more than that, he showed tremendous poise and he showed great decision making. He was decisive. He was a authoritatively was an accurate passer, and he showed his great running ability. He was the total quarterback yesterday in his first and fl start. It's a team game, but this is a quarterback driven league. Nobody effects of team more than the quarterback and Jalen hurts is the principal reason the biggest reason that the Eagles upset the Saints, who had won nine straight games. How do you think hurts? Made things easier for the Eagles offense yesterday? Well, number one. He didn't stand back there very long. The offensive line could block and boom hurts was going or the ball was out of his hands. It was his decisiveness more than anything else, and, of course, the fact that his passing was accurate and he was able to pick up first downs. With his legs. Meryl. What had Doug Peterson say about whether or not Jalen hurts the starting next week, Doug said, Let me just enjoy this one. I plan to go home and enjoy this one with my family, and we'll worry about the other things during the week, and throughout the week, we will preview eagles at.

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Scientists pulled off a COVID-19 vaccine in "warp speed" time

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02:00 min | 2 months ago

Scientists pulled off a COVID-19 vaccine in "warp speed" time

"Doses of the Corona virus vaccine are already on their way. Okay, Yw Charlotte, Reese explains. The shipment process, though, is quite the logistical effort. This week alone, three million doses of visors vaccine will be spread spread across across the the country. country. We We want want to to ensure ensure the the vaccine vaccine arrives arrives safely. safely. And And that that it it could could be be effectively effectively administer. administer. Once Once arrival arrival occurs. occurs. U U S S Army Army General General Gus Gus Purna Purna Overseas Operation Warp speed. It is so important that all vaccine that's available is utilized as a shot in an arm. And nothing is wasted. This is our sole focus every single day every waking minute that we have each box The vaccines are shipped in will be equipped with a Bluetooth device and dry ice to keep it cold. The Bluetooth devices will track the location and temperature. UPS is handling the shipment's on the East Coast and at Philly International Airport. The U. S marshals have an eye on the gates, health care workers and those a long term care facilities could be rolling up their sleeves this week, Charlotte Reese, Ky. W News radio and KY. Double use medical editor Dr Brian McDonough says you should remember there are risks with any inoculation. I think it's really important. We have transparency and that's what we're getting. Remember, We don't know everything. The scientists don't know everything They believe this is safe. They've looked at those who may be at risk Those who may not, and for instance, under 16. They're not recommending the vaccine. They're looking at those who have been tested, and that's the way to do this. Are they making promises? Absolutely not. But based on the information we have, and the time we've looked at the studies and with knowledge that most side effects and problems usually occur in a two month window, we know we're past that, and we can at least safely say for the vast majority of people. The benefit. Outweighs the risk. Doctor. Madonna is urging people to keep up with the measures to prevent spread. You should wear your mask and, of course, practice social distancing. And yes, wash your hands.

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Philadelphia's Center City retail employment near January numbers

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia's Center City retail employment near January numbers

"Is not falling. That's how the center city district titled Its latest report on the downtown retail sector report also looks at restaurants in his cave with Abby Charlotte Reese tells us that sector's a little more cloudy have to separate restaurants from retail. Paul Levy, president of the Center City District, says he knows businesses are closing and doesn't want to minimize the pain and suffering of that tribes are better than was being portrayed, and that's all we want to say. Levi says. The report looks The decline and boarded up storefronts, sustained outdoor dining and recent new business openings from June to November. Of the five new businesses highlighted in the report. One is temporarily closed, and none are restaurants. He says Cove It is one factor that's not going away soon enough. I think there's the economic challenge. There's clearly some of the unrest and and protest that was a challenge. There was anxiety over the election, and fortunately at this point, a lot of that is behind us. According to the report. Center City retail employment numbers are nearly the same as they were in January. But restaurant and food service is still 38% below where they were at the beginning of the year.

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Philadelphia braces for new restrictions as COVID-19 cases soar

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia braces for new restrictions as COVID-19 cases soar

"Pennsylvania, New Jersey among them work this weekend coordinate their covert 19 battle plans this after Keystone and Garden state's hit records single day counts for new cases of the virus. Hey, white over the you Charlotte, Reese reports, The rise in cases will likely result in new restrictions in the city of Philadelphia come Monday, business owners are on edge, waiting to know what exactly the new restrictions will be in Philadelphia officials say it's necessary to help stop the spread. This weekend, however, Revolution fitness factory held classes as usual, but co owner Ari Delaney, Oz tells NBC 10 they fear how long that will last. We're not these gyms where people are all on top of each other. We're not these big corporations that have money to back us up. If this happens, the emergency meeting between governors is said to be about comparing notes on mitigation efforts. New York and New Jersey have already implemented some new restrictions. Gordon Dead Linger, the national director of independent businesses tells NBC 10 collaboration is good, but every state is different. We really need Public officials

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Philly Businesses Brace for Tighter Coronavirus Restrictions

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Philly Businesses Brace for Tighter Coronavirus Restrictions

"This weekend coordinate their covert 19 battle plans. This after Keystone and Garden State's hit records single day counts for new cases of the virus. Okay, White over the you Charlotte, Reese reports, The rise in cases will likely result in new restrictions in the city of Philadelphia come Monday, business owners are on edge, waiting to know what exactly the new restrictions will be in Philadelphia officials say it's necessary to help stop the spread. This weekend, however, Revolution fitness factory held classes as usual, but co owner Ari Do Rania's tells NBC 10. They fear how long that will last. We're not these gyms where people are all on top of each other. We're not these big corporations that have money to back us up. If this happens, the emergency meeting between governors is said to be about comparing notes on mitigation efforts. New York and New Jersey have already implemented some new restrictions. Gordon Dead Linger, the national director of independent businesses tells NBC 10 collaboration is good, but every state is different. We really need our public officials to consider the economics as well as the health issues, City Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley says. Due to the rise in cases people should get into the mindset as if it was March or April again. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W News Radio Montgomery County Public and private schools will go

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Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and New New Jersey Jersey among among them them work work this this weekend weekend to to coordinate coordinate their their covert covert 19 19 battle battle plans plans This This after after the the Keystone Keystone and and Garden Garden State's State's it it records records single day counts for new cases of the virus. Hey, why W. Charlotte Reese reports the rise in cases will likely result in new restrictions in the city of Philadelphia. Come tomorrow, business owners are on edge, waiting to know what exactly the new restrictions will be in Philadelphia officials say it's necessary to help stop the spread. This weekend, however, Revolution fitness factory held classes as usual, but co owner Ari Delaney, Oz tells NBC 10 they fear how long that will last. We're not these gyms where people are all on top of each other. We're not these big corporations that have money to back us up. If this happens, the emergency meeting between governors is said to be about comparing notes on mitigation efforts. New York and New Jersey have already implemented some new restrictions. Gordon Dead Linger, the national director of independent businesses tells NBC 10 collaboration is good, but every state is different really need. Public officials to to consider consider the the economics economics as as well well as as the the health health issues, issues, City City Health Health Commissioner Commissioner Dr Dr Tom Tom Farley Farley says says due due to to the the rise rise in in cases, cases, people people should should get get into into the the mindset mindset as as if if it it was was March March or or April April again. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news radio

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The leader board of the Masters. Cloudy and got some Sunday as well. Out there 42 degrees. We're heading up to 63 this afternoon with rain on the way. Good morning. I'm Marc Abrahams. Here's what happened. It was what's happening on this Sunday morning. At 801. The governors of six states, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey, are meeting this weekend to discuss in a line there Cove in 19 policies to try to stop the spread of the virus. This comes as P A in New Jersey hit their single day. Highest case counts 4400 positive results in New Jersey yesterday as K Y W. Charlotte Reese reports the rise in cases Is pushing Philadelphia leaders to announce new restrictions on Monday, business owners are on edge, waiting to know what exactly the new restrictions will be in Philadelphia officials say it's necessary to help stop the spread. On Saturday, However, Revolution fitness factory help classes as usual, but co owner Ari Do Rania's tells NBC 10. They fear how long that will last. We're not these gyms where people are all on top of each other. We're not these big corporations that have money to back us up. If this happens, the emergency meeting between governors is said to be about comparing notes on mitigation efforts. New York and New Jersey have already implemented some new restrictions. Corden den Linger, the national director of independent businesses tells NBC 10. Collaboration is good, but every state is different. We really need our public officials to consider the economics as well as the health issues, City Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley says. Due to the rise in cases people should get into the mindset as if it's March or April again. Charlotte Risky YW News Radio. Always governor has a theory for the surgeon covert 19 cases in his state that's coming up. But right now at 802, it's time for traffic and weather on the twos into the traffic center. We go and check in with Malcolm Point X to the third. Well, thank you, Mark. Let's get to it. It's all about construction.

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Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

"The city is reporting 680 new covert cases today and across Pennsylvania. Health officials confirmed another daily record. 5500 new cases came out of you. Charlotte Reese has more on how this is worrying the city's business owners. New coronavirus restrictions could mean less hours for small businesses, restaurants and more. Erica Turn, Ellie Burnett, owner of Center City Soft Pretzel Company in South Philadelphia, tells NBC 10 her business is down 80% this year. Forcing her to turn to fund raising efforts were proud people and almost 40 years we've never asked for help from anyone. It was a lot. It took a lot to hit that button to say Please help. Cause we needed. Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley says People should start thinking and acting like they did in March and April. The first thing people should do is fear of the virus. The virus is searching right now the case counsel higher than we've ever had by a long shot. Farley urges people to wear masks even during small gatherings, and he says extended family should stay home for Thanksgiving dinner. We need to take very strong steps now. So we don't overwhelm our hospital, so they're there. If you get the infection, City officials have not said what the new restrictions will entail. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In person Telehealth appointment today, Call 1 800 Einstein in the Cave by W News Radio 24 HOUR Traffic Center. I'm Sam Clover exam. The NBC 11th alert forecast. It's a foggy start to the day we got Missed. We've got fog We got Clouds and it's pretty miserable. But it's going to be nicest afternoon. Partly sunny with a high of 76 later on tomorrow more of the same thick fog in the morning afternoon sunshine and high again of 76 partly sunning on Thursday and 78 right now, 59 Cherry Hill, 57 in Malvern. It's 59 if the Acme in Westmont sponsored by Acme Acme, your favorite local supermarket. South Philadelphia visual art Nonprofit is bringing their work out into the community for the first time in their 89 year history as K Y W. Charlotte Reese tells us there are events both in person and virtual Divinci Fast live kicks off this Thursday in South Philly, with a variety of exhibits and activities focusing on art and science. Executive director of the DaVinci Art Alliance, Jared Markman says all of the artists are from Philly out support local artists through their careers and exhibition opportunities. Competitive Derby Race, an art market and a new mural are some of the showcases so sort of taking like the creative spirit that happens inside of our building and Showcasing that and sharing it directly with the community Members. Divinci Fast live runs through October 29th Check out the Vinci fast dot org's For more information. Charlotte Rescate y W News. Radio 7 25 Money news on K. What are we going to spend less money this holiday season? Or will you spend it differently? We check in with Tom Busby, A Bloomberg Hey, Brandon will things will definitely be different this year. A new survey from Deloitte says U. S households planned to spend about 7% less this year than last and put Mohr of them money toward items for the home new furnishing seasonal decor. And not on so called experiential gifts like travel or concert tickets. There are no concerts means.

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Philadelphia driver arrested in hit-and-run that killed woman in Cheltenham

KYW 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia driver arrested in hit-and-run that killed woman in Cheltenham

"And charged in a fatal hit and run last month in Shelton, him Police say he tampered with evidence as we hear from VW's Charlotte Reese 25 year old Terrel Russell was charged with careless driving and leaving the scene of a fatal accident. Police say Russell hit a 30 year old woman last month when she was crossing shell in hand atthe near Logan's have investigators say the woman was thrown 152 FT. Russell was seen on video stopping, then driving away. It turns out he was late on returning his rental car, which is how investigators were able to find him last week. Police say Russell tried to fix the damage on the car. His bail is set at $50,000. His preliminary hearing is later this month. Charlotte Risque Y W

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Philadelphia Is Open to Giving 50 Homes to Encampment Protesters

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Is Open to Giving 50 Homes to Encampment Protesters

"Has been reached. That would provide housing for protesters living at the homeless encampment along the Ben Franklin Parkway and outside of the Philadelphia Housing Authority. But as we hear from Kow, Charlotte Reese It's not quite yet a done deal. The encampments were set up months ago as a protest to what organizers call a lack of affordable housing in the city. Now, the Philadelphia Housing Authority says a tentative deal would provide 50 vacant city homes to residents of both camps. The city, however, is not confirming any such deal, A statement from the mayor's office says. In part, many details have to be worked out and that any deal needs to include a date for the encampments to disband this, the people It's what the people make it and like quiet will still be here. Malik has been living at the encampment on 22nd in the parkway for about a month. Thea. Other one is at 21st and Ridge after he says activists want to fix up the vacant homes themselves, but says the conditions aren't great, but not all of them. But we're still getting more so. Is waiting to see as part of the PhD deal there would be home set aside for mothers and Children living at the camps. For now, more than 100 tents remain along the parkway and the months long negotiations continue. Charlotte Risque Y. W. NewsRadio. Montgomery

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Philadelphia Museum Back Open

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia Museum Back Open

"W Charlotte Reese. Reports you Canal Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As long as you follow the new rules of the road, people we spoke to didn't mind a facemask temperature check or social distancing as long as it meant a new activity. Julie Snyder King with her mom and sister, So I live in Philly, but I've never actually been to the art museum. And then they're visiting for the holiday weekend. And since this little first weekends free open, we thought We finally get it in Regan, Carson Sin and Alex Park are visiting from out of town. We're in Philadelphia from Minneapolis. Hey, celebrating his 40th birthday. Yes. So we just we needed to get away in covert times. That's a little bit difficult. But, thankfully, Philadelphia's one of the places that Minnesotans were allowed to travel to Park says they could do without the typical beach trip. But we'd like the cities everywhere. We've traveled being cities. I'm from London. So I love that walking around the parks. You know, the coach of the couple says they explored City Hall and old City and are looking forward to some breweries back at the art museum. You have to use the Kelly drive entrance when visiting on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Charlotte Reese. Why W NewsRadio Firefighters out

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Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

"Virus has fundamentally changed some aspects of the hotel industry. And as K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains, some players in the industry are embracing the change and turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says. The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like We'll check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything could be done through your phone. So it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For

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Family of woman killed in West Philadelphia hit-and-run want answers

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Family of woman killed in West Philadelphia hit-and-run want answers

"The family of a 25 year old woman who was killed In a hit and run incident on Friday night in West Philadelphia, speaking out and they're looking for answers as we're from KOW Charlotte Reese. The area is known for speeding 25 year old Avante. Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son and a family who loves her hurt. We want Justice Ernest Brown Reynolds. Uncle spoke to NBC 10 because her father was too heartbroken. If a body know anything they should let us no. Let authority. No. What's going on any cameras and I was there. Reynolds was hit by two vehicles around 8 15 Friday night at the Cops Creek Parkway near Catherine Street. Police say the driver of the first car fled, but the second driver stayed on the scene. Police haven't confirmed speeding was a factor in the accident. But West Philly neighbors say speeding is common. We've been trying to get stop signs around here. Long as I lived here, 60 of street 61st 62nd. But to no avail. Because we're still having his fatal accident. Anyone with information should call the police

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Family of 25-Year-Old Philadelphia Mom Killed in Hit-And-Run: ‘We Want Justice'

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Family of 25-Year-Old Philadelphia Mom Killed in Hit-And-Run: ‘We Want Justice'

"With information. Here's K Y W. Charlotte Reese. Police say two cars were involved in the hit and run that killed 25 year old Avante Reynolds but didn't say speeding was a factor. Neighbors tell NBC 10 they beg to differ. Speeding all the time is never really enforced. 25 miles, drivers never enforced. They just They do what they want to do out here. The crash happened near the Cops Creek Parkway in Catherine Street. Police say two car struck Reynolds. The first driver fled the scene, but the second driver waited for police to arrive and they got it. Whoever hit her just need Attorney Self. Ernest Brown Reynolds. Uncle says her family wants justice. Yeah, she got a head on his shoulders. She'd never been in no trouble. She had family did lover Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son. Anyone with information should contact the police Charlotte Rescate Y w news radio. Six alarms get hundreds on the scene that's

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Philadelphia violence: 2 dead, others injured at Sunday gathering

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia violence: 2 dead, others injured at Sunday gathering

"Saturday night in the city of Philadelphia. It ended up with 11 people being shot, two of them fatally, along with three other people being stabbed. Now. One of those shootings happened at a block port party in north Philadelphia, where police were responding to a large gathering. Hey, what abuse Charlotte Reese tells us that some of the people in that crowd fired back at the officers, but no officers were injured. At least five people were shot Saturday night, including a 16 16 year year old old police police commissioner, commissioner, Danielle Danielle Outlaw Outlaw says says the the oldest oldest victim victim is is 26. 26. There There were were about about 200 200 kids kids for for young young people people here here in in the the intersection intersection standing behind US Police are trying to figure out what exactly happened around 10th and Brown streets. That law says Around 11 30 officers heard a loud loud boom boom up up the the street street while while at at the the same same time time gunshots gunshots were were fired fired around around the the corner. corner. She She says. says. Cops Cops were were already already nearby. nearby. When When the the chaos chaos erupted. erupted. There There was was supposed supposed to to be be a gathering of some sort, which is why we had officers in the area, but we believe that this um this room Of young people were displaced from that event that didn't happen or did or did not happen. Anyone with information about the shooting should contact police Charlotte

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bed. I'm Charlotte Reese with tips on how to stop doom scrolling that's coming up right after traffic and weather on the twos and we start we'll sponsor almost forgot, sponsored by Gary Barbara's held over a month and event. Now we start with Stevie Reese. Hey, Stevie. Hey, Moran. And traffic is a really slow right now on this Kugel Expressway both directions. Westbound. We've got work going on making things really heavy Approaching university. All the way into under South Street or us are under 30 of streets. A path South Street. This is really heavy. Only one lane gets by and then eastbound traffic is backed up from the blue room for 76 into the approach of the Gladwin on ramp right lane has blocked there. Things are looking alright. On most of 95 There's one spot North bound traffic is jammed up. It's crossing the Gerard Point Bridge. As you head toward broad street. You could take the plat Bridge and miss that completely mind. Should expressway westbound. You got a little bit of a delay there, but nothing too serious going on just some volume, and we've got no problems to report on the Pennsylvania Turnpike East and westbound Northeast extension, looking fine for 22 little heavy near Santa Toga. And that's all because of construction. And then in Delaware, there's been an accident on 95 South bound just south of 1 41 Traffic looks like it is starting to get a bit better in the area, but especially for anybody coming off of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Going into Delaware. Traffic is jammed up their major New jersey Rose. We really don't see any serious problems at the moment and mass transit things. They're looking pretty good held over Gary Barbara's month and tent event, 1000 vehicles, one location, fast, fair financing. Zero down today, FBI. Okay, get the low down on the No. Down zero down. You're driving around Philly town is Barbara's on the Boulevard, The best boy against in the K Y w 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Stevie Reese. Thanks. Davey. The NBC 11th learned forecast. Nice day today, son, Avery warm, muggy, late night and night time. Strong thunderstorms are likely We'll have a high today of 89. Things go.

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Arrest made after boy, 7, shot in head in West Philadelphia, police say

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Arrest made after boy, 7, shot in head in West Philadelphia, police say

"He was caught in the crossfire of a shootout West Philadelphia on Saturday night. Now one person is in custody. The Philadelphia police are still looking for two others. We give Mohr from KOW Charlotte Reese. One person is in custody after gunfire erupted between multiple people on the 200 block of Simpson Street Saturday evening. Police say at least 16 shots were fired. One sadly hit a seven year old boy playing on a porch a child who's one of the most vulnerable. Individuals in our community community and and our our population population playing playing innocently innocently with with a a toy. toy. You You know, know, it it takes takes a a lot lot out out of of you. you. Commissioner Commissioner Danielle Danielle Outlaw Outlaw says says the the boy boy was was struck struck in in the the head head and and rushed rushed to to the hospital outlaw recognize that parts of west Philadelphia are plagued with violence. I'm learning the different neighborhoods but learning history. Around different blocks in different parts of the city. At least two people were killed Saturday from gun violence in north Philadelphia, a man in his twenties and a 34 year old Charlotte, risque Y W News radio may want to think twice about walking in

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Sixers fell to the Indiana Pacers. The fliers were back on the ice this afternoon, Right now, overcast 82. Here in center City, heading to 93. Good morning of John Austin Kovach. Our top story at 9 31 Police is searching for more people involved in a shootout Saturday in West Philadelphia. As K Y. W's Charlotte, Reese reports a seven year old Was hit and remains in grave condition. One person is in custody after gunfire erupted between multiple people on the 200 block of Simpson Street Saturday evening. Police say At least 16 shots were fired. One sadly hit a seven year old boy playing on a porch, a child. Who's one of the most vulnerable individuals in our community and our population playing innocently with a toy. You know, it takes a lot out of you. Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says the boy was struck in the head and rushed to the hospital. Outlaw recognized that parts of West Philadelphia are plagued with violence. I'm learning the different neighborhoods but learning history. Around different blocks in different parts of the city. At least two people were killed Saturday from gun violence in North Philadelphia, a man in his twenties and a 34 year old Charlotte, risque Y W News radio governor Wolf praises volunteer First responders who are often last in line that's coming up on K Y W news radio right now, though traffic and weather on this Tuesday Traffic. Malcolm Point extra the third. Hey there, John. Good morning, Teo. But I'm not going on on the Jersey side, all the short traffic. If anybody has taken their time heading down on the A C expressway at the Garden State Parkway, Black Horse Pike all running a good speed's not seeing any delays. Thankfully, no construction to get in your way and closer to the bridge is taking a look at the 42 Freeway 55 to 95 are all clear. We did have a construction pattern on to 95 south right around Mount Holly Rowe. But that s since cleared But that wasn't really causing a big problem between 1 30 Mount Holly that cleared up about an hour ago. Testing any delays on the bridges E for heading over to P. Ay. Now just watch for a bit of construction on the westbound Scougall expressway between University and 6 76 that you are forced off onto university. That is a full closure. But should we open about six o'clock tomorrow morning, but we'll let you know. If anything, changes, they're not see any delays on 95 either way around Delaware County, looking good around the airport as well as in Bucks County and then on up 6 11 If you're heading up broad street all the way. No reported to laze around Temple all the way up to Doylestown. Indicate what w 24 hour traffic center I'm Malcolm point after the third time now for a check of weather the five day a lot of it wet from NBC 11th alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman. Well, it's been a rough morning for parts of Berks County, North Hanson County,.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hammas K. Y W. Charlotte, Reese reports. A person of interest is in custody. Police focus most of their investigation inside the home where two people were shot and killed. It happened Saturday afternoon on Green Valley Road in Shelton Ham, a person of interest was taken into custody. Police believe the incidents stemmed from a domestic dispute. Craig Brown tells NBC 10 he was shocked to hear the news, he says they were always quiet and polite Neighbors on we just say hi, how you doing what's going on? And that's pretty much it. Brown, who lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, says it was odd to see a crime scene on his street. People have only been living there for four years. Charlotte Reese KOW news radio Dr Anthony Valachi is set to be on Capitol Hill again this week. That's coming up, but first at 10 02 check traffic and weather on the twos and we start with a look at the roadways. Check in with Brian Ramona. Good morning that things they're pretty quiet on the major highway stirred Philadelphia Right now We're looking at the Scougall Expressway, and we see the closure continuing westbound between university and the buying Street Expressway. We are heading through town. You want to avoid westbound 76 you want take 95 north to 6 76 West. Once you're the end of the Vine Street Expressway, you'll see a little late getting onto the Scougall. That's just because of the clothes. The merge from two lanes down the one little slow on the boulevard north bound around Broad street, that construction zone there. We're also looking at some delays at the bin Salem Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. There doing a lot of construction, some reconfiguration so you will see some delays here and they're trying to get on or off. At that point, bridges air looking good if you are in New Jersey, not seeing any major problems, little roadwork on 6 76 in Camden, but it's off on the shoulder, not causing too much of a problem. At this point. Now transit is on or close to schedule. Now, If you see a traffic issue,.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You covered depend on K y W News radio. Three things to know what 9 15 sponsored by Oliver Heating and Cooling. Today's heat could be dangerous for your pets to have some signs to watch for a story in South Philly says it's the area's first to sell nothing but personal protective equipment during the pandemic. Recapping our top story. The city of Philadelphia is opening expert cooling centers today, so people have a socially distance place to escape temperatures. It'll be like triple digits. It's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Brandon Brooks. Phil Kasey is at the editor's desk. So the Delaware Valley is in the grips of a heat wave temperatures feeling like the triple digits later today and excessive heat warning in effect, Okay, Y W. Charlotte Reese reports, the extreme hot weather presents a serious risk for the elderly. And for your pets, Dangerous heat and humidity are in the forecast for the next couple days for Jessica Pharaoh and her dog patches that means in earlier than usual walk. We always bring a lot of water with us and You know that? Actually, we could move on to the Great City, of course, don't want her feet to get too hot in this weather. Linda Terrell E with the Brandywine Valley s P. C. A, says patches and other dogs can get burns on the pads of their feet if they're on the asphalt for too long, she says. Signs of heat stroke include panting, heavily drooling and even vomiting. You want to start getting cold water onto their pads onto their body. Get them to shade. You also want to give him small amounts of water at a time. Then call your bad all in all to really says air conditioning is best and never leave your dog in a hot car..

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Starts with the leisure traveler, and that's exactly who the hashtag make it. Monaco hotel packages targeting, she says packages are available weekends and weekdays. Listen, if you've got kids crosses bring them along, too, because there's lots for them to do and see Marc Abrahams Kyi Devaney news radio old SEPTA tracks or getting a facelift in Bucks County is cable W's Charlotte, Reese explains. It's all part of the new town Rail Trail division is a running and biking trail from Newtown to Philly Connect Presidents of Caddy, You know, it could become very catty with existing pretty peck trail. And then that trail I'm obviously continues. Gone into the city around the Fox Chase. Paul Gordon is the senior transportation planner for Bucks County's planning commission. He says. This portion of the trail runs from County Line Road to Bristol Road in Upper South Hampton, the former Newtown Fox taste line, Gordon says the design and engineering worker done now it's time for construction. Heart has already been activity along the rail line because the rails had to be, you know, removed. For your construction could begin. But any construction on the trail itself through Jason Force he has not begun that won't get into July 6 Upper Southampton police recently reminded residents at the trail is not open to the public since there's construction vehicles and machinery that pose safety concerns. Gordon says the Newtown Rail trail is expected to be complete by next summer. Charlotte, Rescate y w news radio, the Rolling Stones or threatening legal action against President Trump's reelection campaign were using their songs at rallies. Stones are working with the music rights organization. Am I saying The use of that song is unauthorized and has informed the campaign legal action will be taken. If it.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"President's racist thinking K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese has more the debate over renaming the Woodrow Wilson school has been ongoing in twenty fifteen a student group the black justice league held a sit in at Princeton's president's office last week to groups of students and alumni submitted demands for anti racist action and the board of trustees followed the school will now be known as the Princeton school of public and international affairs a master's student tells the daily Princetonian that she's pleased with the action but that she's skeptical about the university and acting change in both petitions students call for the university to pay reparations and divest from private prisons when Wilson was president of Princeton he actively prevented black applicants from entering and while in the White House Wilson infamously screen to the birth of a nation a movie the KKK used as a recruiting tool earlier this month other institutions including Woodrow Wilson high school in Camden voted to drop Wilson's name citing braces policies Charlotte Reese K. Y. W. news radio a scare at the shore as a banner plane I'll finish that sentence coming up on KYW newsradio right now it's time for traffic and weather on the two sponsored by window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com Malcolm Poindexter the third what well we've got a ramp closure over in Jersey John it's just for some overhead sign repair on two ninety five south the ramp to forty five in west Deptford this should be shut down until about one PM but we'll keep you posted for any changes they're not causing a problem at all really because there's really no volume at that area indifferent to ninety five is all clear as most of the Jersey majors right now nothing any delays on the forty two freeway fifty five is clear singles for one thirty thirty eight and seventy in the cherry hill area so no problems to report thankfully on the Jersey side now heading to the bridges if you're coming over to PA we're good to go we've recovered from the Burlington Bristol bridge opening for about a half hour ago were were finally declared Paul Meyer nothing scheduled that was just a test opening at the Burlington so no southbound or northbound shifted to contend with in the channel no delays on the Ben Franklin been looking good there same goes for the Walt Whitman that's the PA side we do have construction closure on the eastbound Schuylkill expressway it's right at thirty street you cannot get into South Philadelphia offers a great experience that you have to take the eastbound vine expressway as you come into the city thankfully no accidents in that area everybody seems to be following the lead heading down to the bond you can hop off the twenty third or brought to get south thankfully no road closures no problems no unknown ramp closures to contend with on either side of the vine express witnessing any delays in the suburbs on two oh two oh four twenty two and mass transit is on or close to schedule okay what every twenty four hour traffic center I'm not a point after.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In less than ten minutes a media person for our traffic with more people staying at home and working from home amid a covert nineteen bugs that might otherwise go unnoticed are being noticed this week and last week about like some of the busiest times that I've had a couple years really Damien Alexia works for a pest control company in metro Nashville Tennessee he says brown recluse spiders have been a big problem in many areas Jim chrysalis CBS news more Floridians are considering buying guns according to state records that show a dramatic rise in the number of background checks process since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis reports say the Florida has processed more than thirty thousand background checks in a week after Floyd's death the number of background checks was twice the number for the same period last year to purchase a gun in Florida buyers must usually undergo a background check bill Rakoff CBS news good morning everyone I Pattabhi with you during these early hours of Monday June twenty second twenty twenty for the first time in almost three months residents of long term facilities in New Jersey were able to have face to face visits with their loved ones they had to be outdoors and there were new safety reminders and rules to follow here's K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese you've probably missing your parents or grandparents face to face but K. Y. W. sabbatical editor Dr Brian McDonough says it's still not time to go hugging and kissing them just yet make sure that you're wearing a mask make sure that you respect the six foot social distancing and then you definitely have wash your hands thoroughly before you see your loved one the seventies have to check each visitor's temperature and a staff member must be present during the visit McDonough suggests picking a week day when there may be a bigger staff to accommodate visitors you might want to do it on a day when the facilities more prepared to have you.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Morning I'm mark Abrams our top story ten thirty one well things got a little heated itself bill yesterday armed people came out to Marconi plaza protect the statue of Christopher Columbus okay what W. Charlotte Reese is joining us live this morning from South Philadelphia Charlotte what's the mood there right now Hey mark yeah I'm out here at Marconi plaza and there's about twenty people looks like you know stationary gathered here there are some people slowly moving through just kind of talking and seeing what's going on there's a handful of police officers as well just kind of making sure nothing heats up again as you said like last night there were vigilante is south Philly residents out here with guns and weapons now John fast go was one of them he says the people who want the statute gone are hypocrites basically what these people are doing the same thing that Columbus apparently okay they're coming into our neighborhood and take it out things it's no good as you can hear the cars passing by blowing their horns were not really sure why they're doing that what kind of side they're on but there was a man here earlier his name was messiah and he says you know Christopher Columbus he's not trying to harm anyone created by saying that the statue should come down this is how to get it does it represent the represents they started a new world they murder people we understand that rated as miss I was saying Columbus is known for driving indigenous people out of their land but to the large Italian community here in south Philly Columbus is celebrated and now mark I have talked to a few and they understand the history that's behind Columbus but one thing is for certain they do not want that statue to come down read stories live this morning from south Philadelphia's Marconi park public pools and swim clubs in New Jersey will re open soon that's just ahead but right now it's ten thirty two.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Is sixty two degrees on the thermometer rating to seventy eight this afternoon good morning I'm John off the coach in our top story at nine thirty one things got heated in south Philly yesterday when a group of armed people came out to Marconi plaza to protect the statue of Christopher Columbus joining us live from south Philly right now K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese hi Charlotte Hey John yeah I'm out at Marconi plaza right now and let me tell you there's no weapons or anything but there's discussion happening but it's heated discussion okay I talked to March D. protested a little while ago and he told me that he was out here last night or I guess this morning until about one AM the community center in south Philadelphia okay this doesn't have anything to do with race or you know what's been going on in the news with all this craziness is we're just here to protect our community and these people who were supposed to be protesters are peaceful protesters shorter some of them but they're really not peaceful right in March talking about the Columbus statue which is where this gathering is happening right now and I guess on the other side of that conversation is this man whose name is messiah nothing against its on the community I'm a Charlie myself from German Scottish I'm Porter Rican hybrid it's a brings happiness to the people I think it's great in the controversy of Christopher Columbus is a long one right for many he represents the invasion of indigenous people in America but here in South Philadelphia the argument with the large Italian population is that Columbus is celebrated in their culture so John there is conversation happening this morning no weapons just yet and there is a pretty medium sized police presence down here thank you very much Charlotte Reese on scene for us this morning pools are about to make a splash in New Jersey with new rules in place I'll have more coming up on KYW newsradio but.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This together against rotavirus daily Honda radio dot com app and apple podcasts Google podcasts and stitcher NBC ten first alert forecast plenty of sunshine this morning then by this afternoon refreshingly cool with some sunshine a little bit of a breeze out there too were heading to seventy one K. Y. W. news time nine o'clock honest credible local since you never need us more protests turned to unrest arson and looting in center city Philadelphia will take a look at the aftermath the day yesterday had begun with peaceful outrage but as the hours wore on things degenerated so the curfew was put in place in the aftermath of protest in center city I'm sorry well not right now sunshine here sixteen heading up to seventy one good morning I'm John off the code which in our top story now at nine OO one in Philadelphia now special coverage on KYW newsradio people in Philadelphia are waking up to a city recovering from a dark day of rioting K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese has been surveying the damage in center city and joins us live where are you and what Hey John here at city hall and in the city's department of public property is cleaning the graffiti that operate on city hall then still worth plaza where that Starbucks was broken into and set on fire but it looks it looks okay but they are scrubbing graffiti off of that cross the street the Frank Rizzo statue that has already been a lot of people are going over to check that out people are out taking pictures and John I think the most important thing that I did walk over to seventeen inches now and there is a big group of citizens out there cleaning and I spoke with the clover now she lives off JFK Boulevard and she says it was so difficult last night to see the protests turned into riots don't fight hate with hate and we sell as soon as we could wake up this morning in the span was lifted we come out and we start getting together and and helping the city to start the process of rebuilding and John that's what so many people were doing but I do have to say around the stores around walnut street I did see some people continuing to take things out of the stores or take the things that were left on the sidewalk but for the most part people are out here just kind of observing better self battling with our not so better selves more on Philadelphia's day of rage coming up on KYW newsradio right now it's time for traffic and weather on Jews welcome Poindexter the search for what's going on on the highways high mountain Hey there John good morning it's been a quiet morning.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Vulnerable populations in sports eagles get a big victory over the cowboys final score seventeen to nine it's thirty seven going down to thirty one tonight good evening I'm AT one hacer our top story in a one it's supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but for many living near the site of Thursday's explosion in south Philly it's anything but as he would have used fairly reefer ports neighborhood businesses are stepping up to help the damage and disruption at eight then read will be around for a while following an explosion and fire federal state and local authorities are working to figure out what caused the deadly explosion two bodies have been recovered from the debris officials say at least a dozen homes are damaged three are destroyed two are on the verge of collapse they lost everything and Christmas and Hanukkah once this Friday like effects everybody Fred user is a chef and makes barbecue at eleventh and Morris the next day Mike said would be a good idea if we put some donations out for people who were displaced or to to get some food from us several other neighborhood restaurants including the Dutch and red crest fried chicken are also helping Barbara Farley who lives just a couple blocks away is not surprised well this is the kind of community where there are a lot of small businesses and I think they're very mindful of the community because that's where the customers come from and they give back anyway that they kind of I think you've seen a demonstration of that anyone who wants to help should contact the pass young square civic association there is no time line on when the street will re open or when displaced residents can return in south Philly Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio I had to go to its trafficking whether on the two one ninety five it's north bound still closed at academy this is due to a very serious accident again all lanes blocked everybody being forced off at academy road so because of this it is jammed all the way back past the two county palm IRA bridge now the southbound side in ninety five as you approach the accident scene people are slowing down to take a look you're also seeing problems right now twenty six street that is jammed all the way back to Penn rose Avenue it's an overturned vehicle accident after this Google expressway westbound things at a crawl due to an earlier accident from city Avenue all the way out pretty much to around four seventy six the blue route also heavy delays on the Boulevard southbound at fox street that is an accident in the left lane now we're not seeing any problems right now on the Pennsylvania Turnpike were out on the northeast extension in New Jersey the forty two freeway looking go we're not seeing any problems right now with two ninety five or fifty five the Delaware River bridges looking pretty good with mass transit it's on or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes I'm Jim up master in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center thanks Jim now the eyewitness weather five day forecast your C. B. S. threes Lauren Casey for tonight mostly clear and not as cold low temperature at thirty one degrees could see some areas of patchy.

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"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Police Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio for exit in doubt again that's coming up right now it's too traffic and weather on the two as we check in with Brian Ramona according market again we're seeing a little bit of drizzle out their system and wet roads out in the western suburbs a little coming in on Chestnut Street myself little bit damp so I'll watch for those leads to get a little wet when you do that also cut down the ramp to ninety five north bound evo multi vehicle accident on the right shoulder police are on the scene and just a bit of a delay heading through there not bad at all the rest of the major highways into or out of Philadelphia these Google expressway looking pretty good yes no construction between the Vine Street expressway in South Street today so you can move as you need to for twenty two east out Limerick left lane you have construction set up until tomorrow morning at five AM the working on the bridge of their and of course Martin Luther king drive is closed for recreational activity until five PM that will continue again this is the second to last weekend for that next weekend will close things out for the recreational season having of the Delaware River bridges are looking pretty good in New Jersey not bad at all on the major highways we see all the Millie's furniture jam cam the we have a report of an accident now just outside a moral to this is route seventy west bound just after seventy three watch for some minor delays through their mass transit no major delays in the care of your twenty for our traffic center I'm Brian Ramona I would is weather five day forecast here's CBS three meteorologist Matt Petersen we're looking for a cool and damp and you are weekend Sunday.

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"w. charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Facing sexual assault charges Charlotte grease starting Monday sept adds extra rail cars and trips to DO as regional rail lines giving commuters options instead of drug. struck the work on Johnny Depp. and the Ukraine whistle blower cases fires up the president on Twitter and video in sports the Phils fry the fish temple to big winner over their own phone at the helm of Georgia tech. right now just a few clouds sun coming up to seventy degrees here broadcast center heading to seventy died with lower humidity thank you very much this afternoon good morning I'm John us to coach in our top story at seven oh one a Philadelphia police officer from the seventeenth district is behind bars he held on ten percent of a million dollars bail this is pretty serious stuff details brought to us live now in studio with K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese yes Donna knew little details right now for twenty eight year old new this alone is facing sexual assault indecent assault and simple assault charges Flynn was arraigned yesterday afternoon for documents say he was arrested Friday for an incident that happened on August the according to CBS three saloons victim wasn't adult female and officials believe there could be more victims district attorney Larry fastener sent out a statement yesterday saying as with all sexual assault cases his office will investigate this matter will deliberately and thoroughly Rosner also noted that if for whatever reason someone doesn't feel comfortable or safe filing a complaint with the police department that they can reach out to the district attorney's office is special investigations unit at one five six eight six nine nine two one and John salon Ursulines luminaries hearing is scheduled.

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