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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:48 min | Last month

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Coverage much limited by state law you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good afternoon hi Palmer name three things at one forty five door dining would be part of New York City under phase three of the re opening in mayor Blasio says the city is on track for phase three on July six that's a week from Monday number two governor Murphy says New Jersey is ready to get advice on re opening schools in the fall number three Macy says it's laying off thirty nine hundred corporate staffers as the pandemic takes a financial toll on retailers E. bikes and E. scooters are a step closer to legalization across the five boroughs of New York City W. CBS reporter Marla diamond New York City is the first in the state to take action after Albany lawmakers gave the green light for E. bikes and E. scooters to stop a series of NYPD crackdowns that resulted in food delivery workers having their bikes confiscated many of those workers live in councilman Fernando Cabrera is district in the Bronx I would literally will boast all workhorse transit equity social justice environmental protection and the reduction of car traffic another bill would require the city D. O. T. set up an E. scooter share program by next March the locations have yet to be determined but lawmakers want them in areas of the outer boroughs that lack of transportation options at city hall Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty one forty seven if you've seen the photos in the videos of those big mass close crowds you know you're not seeing a lot of gray hair in the mob the younger people are making up most of the new coronavirus infections in the state of Florida I'm Peter king in Orlando the health department says the median age for positive tests here in Orange County has dropped to thirty four because of little social distancing and many people still not wearing face masks more than half the county's total cases have come in the past two weeks and now masks are a must Orlando mayor buddy Dyer and there are those out there that say you have a constitutional right not to wear a mask I'd say you have a civic duty to where maps governor Ron DeSantis is call for voluntary mask wearing hasn't worked for Tampa Miami or Palm Beach county either they all have large outbreaks in mask orders to Peter king CBS news Orlando it's one forty eight at W. C. B. S. is traffic and weather together on the A. S. Watson that brush fire still burning out there on the turnpike or sponsor security Dodge it it's over to Jim Feldman that's right Paul still putting it out it is on the western spur north down by sixteen W. fire department activity does have that right lane blocked as they're working on it and we see the delays going back to if fifteen W. so definitely use the eastern spur for the time being that's a broken down tractor trailer on the eastbound side of route eighty by exit fifty six it is also the right lane that is blocked with that in in the truck lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike on the southbound side by interchange ten there's a disabled vehicle in the left lane blocked there to Brooklyn to the belt parkway lots going on right now on the westbound side as you're getting towards Flatbush Avenue that is an accident at least one lane is blocked you got delays on the outbound Alanis starting actually by the prospect expressway it's slow down the belt but it gets even heavier from the belt parkway the Verrazano bridge where there's construction on both levels and also watch for slow downs to on the southbound side of B. Q. we from the cash use coverage data Tillery street to queens eastbound Grand Central on the ramp to northern Boulevard that disabled vehicle has been cleared away but now one ways and also on camera too we see disabled car in the southbound side of the FD are near seventy ninth street and that's in the left lane extravagant pay less than ten minutes away until the CBS your total wine and more store is ready to serve you with are always low prices on an incredible eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers want to today try.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Every Wednesday subscribe on iTunes and radio dot com you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good morning I'm Steve Scott here are three things to know it's seven forty six on Monday June first monster by DuckDuckGo privacy number one peaceful protests gave way to violence and looting in New York City several stores had their windows smashed stuff taken number two the NYPD says more than seven hundred people have been arrested since the protests began among them mayor de Blasio's daughter over the weekend and three there is concern that these kinds of protests could lead to a surge in rotavirus cases fires burned outside the White House last night is demonstrators gathered to protest police violence tear gas and pepper spray used to break up the crowds W. T. O. P.'s John Dahlman is near Lafayette park just steps away from the White House and he joins us live Hey John thanks for joining us what's the situation in DC right there on the White House all right now it's it's kind of more chaotic again because of the quick make sure that caught fire last night during the demonstration seemed to reignite just within the last hour so you still got fire trucks here with hoses attach the hydrants near me guy in a crane I get on top of the screen down as well as you are trying to put this shed out again and try to get it under control arm behind me the AFL-CIO headquarters is still a mess that was looted in a new glass was smashed and graffiti tags all over the columns in the walls inside and out that clean up is going on and just a little bit ago here in Saint John's church where I'm directly in front of it's a two hundred year old church forty one the last forty one president of all right here and if you have a great Ricky off of that this morning after somebody tried to light it on fire overnight so it's kind of crazy down here can you tell us more about the damage at historic St John's church is the inside of the building okay yeah from what I understand the fire was in the basement so outside of the exterior seems to be okay the damage was probably kept the minimal I've not been able to get inside to see all manner let anybody and but I heard fire alarms going on even into this morning but by the time I got here on scene in your head kind of people camped out like they usually do overnight already on the front so I think the damage to the church was kind of minimal John before we let you go what about the rest of the district an area with a lot of racial diversity what's happening in the rest of the C. well that that sort of demonstration it's not a stretch out from this Lafayette park area overnight again a couple blocks away there were more stories that were broken into and and included and we kind of saw some of this move into Georgetown and up the Wisconsin Avenue area in the upper north west you see which is the most affluent section of the city although we did see some of that last night the city is bracing for more they're sort of anticipating that more might happen today but you know we don't really know for sure it's just kind of what we knew the demonstrations over the weekend were planned what's going to happen from here is up in the air with this being a Monday now John Dolan W. T. O. P. radio in our nation's capital John thanks for coming on we appreciate it time now for W. CBS traffic and weather together sponsored by downtown Brooklyn nursing and rehabilitation center Tom Kaminski chopper eight eighty first off on the LRT and Nassau County getting a look at it we had some delays on the service road resulting from bottom as we get to him for the area of one of six seven and do all the traveling so here have been re opened up the service road is also now been re open in this area we had a collision involving an overturned vehicle on the service road middle lane blocked on the main roadway itself but that is now underway while those travelling three open still heavy on the lightly it's not enough coming out of Nassau County it is a green peppermint leaf utopia parkway after the prayer rooms right in for free fall apart at the earliest on the north side of the three to land a cabinet that also has not been cleared it down the hallway from all with at least a twenty minute delay the.

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"w. e" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Stations all it's clear Brandon all have news traffic and weather in minutes all news radio one of five five W. E. R. C. all right let me expand on because I got an email what do you mean you've you've experiences with trump the state of the union the day the state of the union address I'm gonna I'm supposed to be hearing about it in first thing is ten o'clock in the morning you gotta get here he said you've got to get here as I can't I said I've got a surgical procedure that is scheduled for five PM today it is a full fledged full it was the ship's surgical procedure he said what is the procedure I thank I told him what it was I'm not gonna tell you will because of hippa and price all that he said well can't you just do you want the name of the doctor he wanted neighbors can't you would just have the surgeon do some of it tonight and the rest of it tomorrow give me his name I'll call it so here I am I've got to do a five PM it's scheduled you know you know what set surgeries are in hospitals and if you miss it you know what how soon can you reschedule and this had to be done this had to be done I mean it's on a scale of one to ten in the sense that it is like a nine and a half and he said it hurt your health comes first health comes first I have Israel comes first look at give me the guy's name on quality we'll get some of this done you can do some of this afternoon right and it will finish up tomorrow if you get back he wasn't going to take no for an answer this is simply whatever it takes to get this done nothing is impossible what turns out we were able to reschedule the surgical procedure for six AM the next day because the hospital doctors were highly.

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"w. e" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fourth twenty twenty Jim Matthews for W. W. E. radio nine fifty starting off with mostly cloudy skies early this morning but there is some promise for some more sunshine for the daylight hours today with a high temperature fifty nine degrees with accu weather forecast is coming up and that's meteorologist Matt bands cloudy skies right now for Detroit word forty degrees double dipping his time now twelve oh five candidates reliance have drafted Ohio State Buckeyes junior cornerback a Jeff Okuda with their number three pick of the first round last night the six foot one two hundred pada could've from grand prairie Texas and south grand prairie high school was a unanimous all American as a junior last fall he was the first Ohio state cornerback to achieve that why is needed a quarterback after trading Darius slay the Philadelphia Mando could was widely regarded as the best in the draft developing this morning sources telling newsradio nine fifty Lansing bureau chief Tim school break their governor gradual ever will be extending your stay at home order for at least two weeks until may fifteenth the governor's a news conference this planned for later today at three PM our current order is set to expire next week barring any change of the strategy is Kubik says the governor is likely to reopen some businesses that have limited contact with the general public by next Friday you can hear the governor's press conference a later this afternoon right here on newsradio nine fifty Republicans who control the state legislature want to dilute the power of the democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer they say they'll be meeting a later today to pass bills to rein in her emergency powers in create a committee to oversee the state's response to the corona virus outbreak Republicans not happy with the breath of Weber state home order with all polling shows the public believes that he is she is made the right calls Weber is expected to extend the the stay home order past April thirtieth but with some modifications governor's spokeswoman says that that the governor will veto legislation that hurts our ability to protect citizens new developments in new developments no the coronavirus crisis here in the state number of confirmed cases now over thirty five thousand state reporting an increase of about thirteen hundred cases and one hundred sixty four additional deaths that brings the number of deaths from cold to nineteen to just under three thousand city Detroit now reporting seven hundred ninety nine deaths and eighty three hundred confirmed cases however Detroit mayor Mike Duggan said the numbers continue to trend in the right direction and some deaths that happened in March were just reported Oakland county now reporting five hundred sixty seven deaths while Macomb county has had four hundred ninety three people die from the cold and I. T. virus Michigan house speaker Lee Chatfield announcing a bipartisan effort to oversee how the state has responded to cover nineteen speaking live on WWJ he said the Michigan legislature will be meeting today to create a corona virus out oversight committee let's start asking ourselves what can we do safely what's what state safe versus unsafe and then we'll find like other states are doing which are allowing certain states activities like lawn care and gardening and curbside pickup for certain retailers and and different outdoor recreation I think that's a very important so that's part of our proposal to the governor I think this committee can help and we want to partner with her man Sheffield says he's been constantly cut communication with the governor and.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:15 min | 4 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"V.'s in real estate donations you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good afternoon thanks for listening by Palmer name got three things to know on a Wednesday afternoon governor Cuomo says it's still too early to discuss re opening New York almost as the state is working with New Jersey and New York in a tracing program former mayor Mike Bloomberg developing in contributing also financially to that mayor de Blasio says the city plans to launch a massive coronavirus test and trace program next month the plan to test hundreds of thousands of people a day the city will pay for hotels for anyone to test positive in can't safely self isolate that home number three the sheriff of Washington state's third largest county says he won't enforce governor Jay Inslee stay at home water to slow the spread in a Facebook post the Snohomish county sheriff Adam Fortney says the impacts of covert nineteen no longer warrant a suspension of our constitutional rights coronavirus could mean a massive food crisis in many at risk countries CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk explained this week David Beasley executive director of the world food programme told the U. one security council on world leaders that the world is on the verge of a hunger pandemic caused by a coronavirus and then it could face multiple famines of biblical proportions within a few months a little fog there the WFP estimates the number of those suffering from hunger could go from one hundred thirty five million to more than two hundred fifty million people the fourth annual global report on food crises highlights Yemen the Democratic Republic of Congo Afghanistan Venezuela Ethiopia south Sudan Sudan Syria Nigeria and Haiti at risk the pandemic has been disastrous for farmers Florida has put out a new report on the impact on crops like Peter king in Orlando Florida seasonal crops include blueberries strawberries tomatoes peppers cucumbers lettuce and more but with theme parks cruise line to restaurants shut down and few farmers market still open growers of lost much of their customer base Florida's agriculture commissioner says growers are looking at well over five hundred million dollars in losses as Peter king this past week the USDA announced nineteen billion in aid for agriculture one sixteen at W. C. B. S. at its Wednesday funeral service professor David Penn opened and his students from SUNY canton are here in New York City Wall Street journal says the penitent is students have been making the six hour drive upstate to the city to pick up human remains an overwhelmed New York City funeral homes they're taking the bodies to crematoriums in Connecticut Pennsylvania and Vermont they only have four such facilities across all of New York City more than fourteen thousand are suspected to have died from corona virus in the city in just the last couple of weeks Penniman says that they have transported more than two hundred bodies over the past two weeks and they can bring in more trucks and staff to allow for the transportation of they say six hundred every week six hundred bodies one funeral home director in queens says the cremation paperwork and transportation has simply overwhelmed his staff and penitent and his students he says are a quote godsend W. CBS news time one seventeen if you're looking to book a trip to Disney world the first available date at one of the parks hotels is the first of June will the parks be open by then JPMorgan analyst Alexandra Lexi a quick drop any believe so and it's telling Barron's that her assumption is based on several factors including when social distancing guidelines may be loosened not everyone agrees in a report entitled the eye of the storm UBS analyst John Hardwick critics of the parks will remain closed for the rest of the year with the target to re open on January first Disney has not commented either way W. CBS news time one eighteen traffic and weather together time here at W. C. B. S. our sponsor downtown Brooklyn nursing and rehabilitation center and here's Jim felt all we ask to see those delays again on the westbound side of the southern state parkway you approaching exit eighteen that's the real thing construction that's been there all morning long and it continues into the afternoon too also watch for the road work on the metal Brooke it's both directions by bay parkway it is also both directions of Robert Moses causeway between the southern state and sunrise highway where you'll find construction there to to Brooklyn to the Galanis and the B. Q. we it is still a mess on both both directions of the B. Q. E. by cabin plaza on going repairs to a lower pulled I got knocked down earlier this morning SO two lanes are blocked in both directions there outbound Galanis there's construction by seventy seven street also on the inbound go honest by ninety second street construction on that ramp and it is slow getting to it across the Verrazano bridge to Staten Island one because the lower level of the Verrazano bridge is closed for roadwork to because on Staten island on the west bound standout expressway construction by highland Boulevard does have a lane blocked off it is cashless tolling inbound at the Georgian bound at the Lync in inbound at the Holland all three or a okay don't forget you got another overnight closure tonight at the end outside the Holland tunnel as they're doing repair work from a superstorm sandy as sandy in this is going to be a project that lasts all week and it lasts for two weeks or two years actually extravagant less than ten minutes away WCBS.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Big stories on W. E. B. S. good morning I called her name three things to know on this Friday number one some good signs lower numbers in Bergen and Salem counties in New Jersey and coronavirus according to governor Phil Murphy this morning but new Jersey is closing in now on fifty five thousand confirmed cases number two the MTA is checking temperatures of the transit workforce at twenty two locations to make sure sick workers are off the job in recovering at home in isolation and T. H. M. and Pat foretelling W. CBS this morning fifty MTA workers have died from covert nineteen number three do leaf blowers spread corona virus the village of Croton on Hudson tweets is no scientific evidence to back that up but leaf blowers are loud and disruptive to working and learning from home and in some towns a crackdown the financial fallout from the corona virus pandemic is let millions with unanswered questions CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger answered some on CBS this morning for example what to do if you're not working but your boss is not communicated with you should you file for unemployment I think it's fair to say that anyone who has been sidelined more than a week and you haven't heard from your boss just presume you're unemployed remember the carers act that was passed a few weeks ago it expands eligibility for unemployment so go ahead make that claim and bring your patience with you because it's going to take a while in many states to get those unemployment claims moving so as soon as possible please do that if your income is not there how do you prioritize what to pay here's a great tip you can go to consumer finance dot gov that's the CFPB website they've got a prioritizing build tool on the site you'll note that of course food comes first everything after that is negotiable you may say I'm gonna make my car payment because you know what I need to drive to work or you may say I don't need my car right now I'm going to tell my mom the lender that I need some help regardless go through this exercise prioritize your bill for those bills that you cannot pay reach out to the lenders reach out to landlords ask for some help say the virus has impacted you many are willing to cut you some slack good advice there if your salary is been cut but you're still working should you continue contributing to a retirement plan it really depends how close you were living to the edge if you were putting money into your retirement plan comfortably and you can still do that it would be great if you could continue and here's why when you have retirement contributions automatically coming out of your paycheck those contributions happen regardless of whether the market is up or down imagine this you're buying shares lower so if possible hold on keep putting that money away and try not to mess with your game plan CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger answering some questions this morning at eleven eighteen AM for traffic.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:34 min | 5 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good morning I'm Steve Scott at nine forty five here are three things to know number one FAA technician assigned to the air traffic control tower at JFK airport is tested positive for the coronavirus the technician has not been in the facility since March sixteenth as a precaution air controllers are operating from an alternate location on airport property while the towers thoroughly clean number two Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has unveiled a sweeping economic rescue plan to pump twelve hundred dollar checks directly to taxpayers and three hundred billion dollars for small businesses and three the governor of California Gavin Newsom has ordered a statewide stay at home order to try to slow the spread of the corona virus nine forty six it's time for our morning Joe here is Joe Connolly Steve David Lewis of operations ink HR services in Norwalk says a lot of people are probably going to be working from home for quite awhile I think what you're looking at now is for the companies who have been doing remote work all along we're going to get much better at it and much more comfortable with it and for the companies that have resisted it it's a necessary evil of being able to run your business today this is a life gives you lemons you make lemonade and I think in this circumstance companies are going to optimize their performance in a remote level that's why you see so many companies being able to figure out now how Skype is their friend how tools of that nature allow you to have face to face contact like you'd have in the office but to do so on a remote level and think about it this way what is that due to the need for office space down the road if I don't have to have the expense that a lease carries and I'm able to transition over a period of time two or more remote work place I can be a more efficient business I can make more money as a business owner I potentially can find ways to be just as effective without having to spend the money on having the the office space not on my books in my open up a few more seats on the train David it'll absolutely well and it'll change even the way that we live I mean think about what a home construct looks like right now you know you're you're you don't think of your home as much of a work place but but now I think you will now I think people will really focus their attention on ensuring that there is space within the next home that they buy that they are for a defective remote workforce to operate leads David Lewis saw operations Inc with more than a hundred employees all working from their homes I'm Joe Connolly for Bloomberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty all right thank you Joe and the Dow is turned south after positive futures and a positive opening gain the Dow is now down ninety five points dropping back below twenty thousand I'm forty eight at W. C. B. S. traffic and weather together on the H. sponsored by your tri state Mercedes dealers here is Jim Feldman Steve they're setting up road work in a few spots on two eighty seven in New Jersey south bound by exit fifty nine in Franklin lakes north bound by exit thirty six in Morris and both directions approaching exit forty foreign Putin they'll be doing construction and in Pleasantville southbound sawmill parkway Manville road you still have an accident there extravagantly less than ten minutes away and W. C. B. S. let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents which means you're going to start telling your kids to clean.

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"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Your nest egg dot com securities offered through W. E. G. member center in S. I. P. C. this is ninety six point five W. DPO they were back everybody one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine two are following a couple of stories with the president I'd states in his team will be speaking in in fifteen minutes it will bring you the latest and in New York they're also rise we speak there's a three day seminar going on to TTD thousand teachers how to be an online teacher think about that they teach one point one million kids starting on Monday how to be online that's affecting everybody I mean if you home school I definitely want your call put you first because I want to know how to do it maybe parents want to get involved maybe their home able to for the first time or they just want to or have to so I think there's hints to doing it there's a routine to put into it is specially if you got an online assignment in the just to get this done in a week all my goodness you really gotta be into time management what if you have a live online and it's interactive that to me that's the easiest you really go through your schedule if you're in college and you go through that the other thing is you know do you become like a shut in how do you schedule some free time some face time with your friends sow's ear infections radio app in Charlotte North Carolina Hey south have an idea I'm a risk manager working down in Charlotte North Carolina I just like you know how maybe the banks to help us out this time like we help the manager doesn't it okay so is maybe take a pause on mortgage residential and commercial how to commercial be so impactful is that the small businesses that pay lease on property to rent the space like that if they don't if if if the companies that own the properties don't have to pay the mortgage on their commercial property then then they in turn don't have to collect the lease payment or rental payments from the small businesses that don't are not operate around don't have the resources to pay just take a poise and that that in of itself may help out small businesses get back on their feet when the time comes when they need to get back up on that yeah maybe only twenty chose painted on that great idea Jeff listen five news talk ninety seven one a seamless as it X. when I do by the way Hey Jeff good morning from Saint Louis Brian but two things I want to bring up the first one is obviously we're going to be added to a major recession here yeah I'm hearing rumors that the grocery stores are starting to get out which with that being said what's your opinion of possibly the government stepping in on that yeah it controlling the cost of groceries for us well I tell you what I think is going to be a threat of serious fines that is unpatriotic and that's not capitalism that's that's heartless in the president's got a mention it you governors got to mention it to a mayor's got to mention it and there's got to be some ramifications.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good afternoon I'm Steve Scott here are three things to know at two fifteen number one president trump says he wants the government to send checks to Americans in the next two weeks to ease economic concerns treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says Americans can do further income tax payments interest free for ninety days to vice president Mike pence is asking U. S. construction companies to donate their inventories of safety masks to hospitals and hold off on ordering anymore until the crisis eases and three New York now has more than thirteen hundred to confirm Colbert nineteen cases and twelve confirmed deaths governor Cuomo says the demand of hospital beds across the state could outstrip capacity by tens of thousands when the virus reaches its expected peak in forty five days to sixteen at W. C. B. S. you have no doubt heard the stories about a run on supermarkets during the corona virus outbreak people are buying up everything from food to toilet paper in bulk let's check in with our friends stew Leonard juniors stew take us inside your stores what's flying off the shelves at stew Leonard's well first of all you'll see tremendous amount of customers coming in there is a a frenzy maybe even a panic there's a hoarding mentality going on among consumers right now in the end I think there's just a lot of uncertainty of their new market fortunately one of things was to learn who mainly fresh products and we buy direct from the farms and and then our producers so we've been able to keep the shelves full right now it has been a hectic to do it but people are coming in the stew Leonard's in and finding a prep school do you worry about the supply chain will stores not just stews but stores in general you have enough of what people need especially if they're forced to hunker down for a wider well first of all United States has a tremendous the food distribution center and then production but capability right now we're seeing a lot of the other countries for instance China a lot of our people aren't exporting meat and so forth China right now they're creating a little bit of a a demand here in the U. S. same with lobsters were able to get plenty of lobsters you know the typical more more available but we're we're also seeing that a lot of our suppliers were already stocking up for Passover Easter mother's day Memorial Day so there's been a lot of food in the pipeline right now you know still we have a new phrase in the American lexicon social distancing people are supposed to stay what six feet apart what about the staff in your stores they come into contact with a lot of people every day one of the things we're looking at is keeping between member states we're actually gonna start taking your temperature when they come to work just so they can be of feel good that nobody within the company has has any fever or symptoms and we also have a a a but increased our benefits right now to allow people that if they do get infected you're you're given the next two weeks would pay stew Leonard junior at stew Leonard's always great to talk with you thanks for coming on today's do we appreciate it two eighteen at W. C. B. S. as we check traffic and weather together on each sponsored by your local Mazda dealers here is Jim Feldman Steve we're going to start in the Bronx where the Brecker still slow on the southbound side with construction continuing by the hunts point drawbridge seeing some delays now building up in Brooklyn on the beach we both directions by Tillery street belt parkway a nice ride in either direction between the Verrazano bridge and into queens by the southern state west bound side of the Staten Island expressway though you still have delays approaching Bradley Avenue with all of the ongoing road work also the FDR north bound a little slow between a hundred and Essex street getting up towards the R. F. K. through all of that construction seems a minor delays on the album G. W. B. still have that construction both on the outbound upper now but lower levels but no issues at either the Lincoln tunnel or at the Holland tunnel and a new Jersey southbound route twenty three by two eighty seven in Riverdale repairs to a sinkhole continue and they continue to close the ramp to southbound two eighty seven the three.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good morning I'm Kevin ring cone three things to know eleven fifteen one two people have died in Florida from the corona virus bringing the national death toll to seventeen to there been forty nine confirmed cases of the virus in the tri state so far with hundreds under some sort of quarantine and three president trump is replacing his acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney without going North Carolina congressman mark meadows Mulvaney will now serve as a special envoy for Northern Ireland eleven sixteen at WCBS former city transit president Andy Byford for the first time opened up about his decision to step down from what he had called his dream job I just would not accept the fact that my people were being yelled out they will be given direction I know I was deliberately excluded from those meetings that's just not right to me it's actually dangerous also that people who are not professionally qualified should give direction on operational matters he was on CBS to use the point with Marcia Kramer she asked whether he would consider taking a role with New Jersey transit I'm not ruling anything out isn't a tantalizing idea and J. T. I know has challenges I'm familiar with them that would be of course the satisfaction aside just being over the river and and effecting a turnaround he did say as of now NJ transit has not called him to offer many sort of job at the agency eleven sixteen at W. C. B. S. after eighteen years of being closed Westchester county is ready to reopen the road at the top of the Kensico dam CBS two stony island with the story the signs went up not long after nine eleven and the barricades were installed a few years later the road over the Canseco Daman central Westchester close due to fears the dam was a terror target chopper two flew over the dam for a report of mine in two thousand three years later a better understanding of likely terror targets convinces the county executive it's time to reopen the road before the road was closed traffic count showed it cared about six thousand vehicles a day a popular East West short cut between two busy north south roads the dam holds back thirty billion gallons of New York city's drinking water blueprints for the original World Trade Center are up for sale this weekend are being displayed at the New York international antiquarian book fair the James Cummins bookseller team says the sending clues over five hundred plans it's the largest for the twin towers ever offered for sale the Wall Street journal reports those blueprints were first well the first left New York in the seventies when architect Joseph Solomon took them to Denver those plans were brought back and found in the trash sold it a local pawn shop the blueprints are expected to be sold this time around for upwards of six figures eleven eighteen at WCBS time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids with Bob Shapiro and we're gonna start in New Jersey seventy north bound stop and go from route for up towards Midland Avenue eighty westbound still seeing big problem with the birds the construction I re nineteen that's exit fifty seven two lanes of are blocked because of that the delays start I'm a clean Boulevard it is a really heavy stretch of road keep in mind also in Staten Island now delays getting very heavy on the expressway that is due to an accident by Richmond Avenue glaze really slowing down both directions and then eastbound on the Verrazano opera level this construction blocking one lane but it's causing all kinds of headaches and delays S. maintain right down to the belt if you're in queens while the belt has been backed up for hours it's getting worse we're talking from the cross island all the way into Brooklyn heading westbound there lays out to Pennsylvania Avenue over by Starrett city it has really been pretty tough and now getting word of an accident in Suffolk County on the L. I eat as you make your way westbound in the area of motor parkway does the clicks of traffic very heavy traffic there and you do have the service but keep in mind as you get close to the side because the service road ends because it has to make room for the highway so that's a stretch to get the very tough so if you can skip that and just get the nor the state before you get maybe I'll get to the North Sea before you get to that in that area things will be a little easier for you our next topic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS well look at the five day forecast with meteorologist dampen owski plenty of sunshine for the rest of today windy and chilly high forty seven in mid town the wind will diminish.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:22 min | 5 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of the home furnishings you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good morning I'm Janice right three things to know at seven fifteen one two suspected cases of coronavirus now in the tri state area but not confirmed as the virus spreads on the west coast to B. Y. O. B. being applauded by environmental environmentalists on Long Island the new bring your own bag large stores because you won't be getting plastic bags as of tomorrow three governor Cuomo gathering the pros and cons and all they wanted to hear all sides in the controversy over the state's new bail Reform line he says he won't sign the state budget without some changes the trump administration wants Amtrak to start making repairs to the existing Hudson River tunnels which could mean even more delays for New Jersey transit W. CBS's Steve burns has the story transportation secretary Elaine Chao said the feds are working with Amtrak to accelerate repairs on the existing Hudson River train tunnels with her department still holding up funding on new tunnels we don't have a plan that janitor nets with the tri state transportation campaign says the mir yeah delays NJ T. riders face every day will only get worse around tunnel repairs you have to take out one of these tunnels would be extremely inconvenient taking out one tunnel she says reduces capacity by seventy five percent at the very least New Jersey transit needs to be embedded in these discussions Amtrak's Steven Gardner tells the Associated Press they're trying to balance service needs with the extensive repairs that need to be done Chatwood also suggested that Amtrak look to the xcelerated repairs done on the L. train tunnel Gardner responded saying quote people get confused about applying a method to a completely different technological solution Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty environmentalists on Long Island are celebrating the plastic bag ban that begins on March first that would be tomorrow across New York state Sophia hall has the story gone are the days in New York state will oversee plastic bags dangling from trees and putting up beaches says anis static Adrienne Esposito from the citizens campaign for the environment as she talks about the new law law that goes into affect statewide March first banning plastic bags from being handed out in stores this bill really is an historic bell New York state uses twenty three billion plastic bags each and every year she says it's simple bring your own bags with you but paper bags will now be available some stores in counties however charging five to ten cents per bag we know that charging for the bad changes public behavior we saw that in Suffolk County as soon as we put in the coffee on the plastic bags plastic bags our consumption went down one billion in one year so via hall WCBS newsradio eight eighty Debbie CBS news time seven eighteen bringing us to traffic and weather together looks like Andre has spotted some trouble in queens what's going on in every living week south down they're still working on that crash right by liberty Avenue and it's causing a delay if you're adding down towards JFK a service road might be the deal there Fauria if you're using the R. Q. what sort of drugs like bridges you're fine but if you can use the white stone into the Brunswick office some potential delays on the north and south bound Hutch right around Westchester Avenue they're doing some ongoing road work so they could actually do the northbound side of in the south that's how they take turns in and then it causes the lease obviously in both directions so just be prepared in that area might wanna go Bronx river parkway to the Bruxner in into the white stone if you're heading south now if you're using the north anti again right around the two thirties as a crash taking up a lane heading up towards van Cortlandt park go Henry Hudson parkway to the saw mill to avoid that delay if you're heading it up out of the George we have some delays outbound as you head underneath the apartments going the extra ten but in ballots in the least almost fifteen minutes now heading towards the new York side after using the link in your okay Holland not seeing any major tie ups as well east in the west and spurred doing okay a minor delay northbound on the west and spurred by MetLife as you pass the toll plaza there and you doing okay a route four and seventeen through Paramus not releasing any major shopping delays just yeah it's early our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. S. let's take a look at our five day forecast now with meteorologist bill decker the first half of the weekend on the brisk and chilly side and then we start to warm up tomorrow but for.

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"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"From the big stories on W. E. B. S. good morning I'm Tanya Hanson three things to know eight forty five one Bernie Sanders is the winner in the Nevada caucuses to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he has cancer and will undergo surgery to have a tumor removed from his left kidney three a memorial service was held in Sydney Australia today for twenty five victims who were killed in recent bush fires in New South Wales three American firefighters were among the victims New South Wales fire commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons paid tribute to firefighters who risked their lives to save others say daughters heroes selfless individuals paying the ultimate price well simply serving and protecting others in their local community and communities much further afield Australian prime minister Scott Morrison also honored those who died with less firefighters I. V. itis FAMAS and civilians alike this summer all carried within them they even until the end of the day and I all the universal language I love you let us feel that us rebuild and most importantly that is never forget especially dies we have lost he can never be replaced the fires also killed a billion native animals nationally and destroyed twenty five hundred homes and a wilderness area the size of South Korea Australian researchers are one step closer to finding a new treatment for MS while it's not yet being seen as a cure for multiple sclerosis researchers in Melbourne have found an old drug called after could help prepare the body's nerve cells in hand happy to repair themselves than the bride and the follicle with research and talk to Steve patatas from Monash University repair and provide protection in another city but so far it's only been used on animals who have been able to walk again after the drug was applied Scott moment for CBS news Brisbane Australia residents of Orange County California are upset over plans to bring patients with the corona virus to a facility there KCBS TV reporter Greg mills in is in Costa mesa god I'm scared to death scared and angry two words to describe Orange County residents and OC officials at the city county state and federal levels over the fed's plan to place corona virus patients at this now shuttered state owned facility in Costa mesa we were shocked we know this is happening a federal judge has temporarily blocked the transfer of as many as fifty corona virus patients from Travis Air Force base in northern California local officials argued before the court that the federal government's plan did not include sufficient protections from the virus for residents W. CBS news time eight forty eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight so let's check in with Tom Hamlin thank you telling you we have some transit work going on over the weekend from the W. C. B. S. transit center path trains suspended in and out of World Trade Center until five PM tomorrow they're doing that work there and also the Long Island Rail Road buses are replacing trains between Greenport and Ronkonkoma today to do a Suffolk County project going on a bridge replacement going on of course block road in Medford as we check the ride on Long Island we are good in the L. I. E. in northern and southern states matter Burke and watch our parkway still pretty light traffic this morning and as we get into the five boroughs you are good on the belt parkway near JFK if you're going down the band white trying to get to a flight not a problem there it is slow if you going up the corner so from the prospect heading on up into the B. Q. we exit ramp a lot of construction there is everybody is creeping along East River crossings good FDR Harlem river drive the west side highway moving and so is the deacon and crossing the Hudson the GWB just some construction heading for Jersey but not a big deal a Lincoln of the Holland we are looking good our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS now the WCBS exergy and weather forecasters meteorologist bill Baker high pressure will move off the eastern seaboard for today a southwesterly flow crowded into.

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"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:31 min | 6 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"W. E. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now good afternoon T. G. I. F. as some would say two o'clock in news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. was a rainy start to the day much much cooler than we've been seeing this week we'll take a look at the interactive radar coming up which nobody more rain is on the way first or top story police in fort Pierce of found a body in a car belonging to the suspected Orlando outlet mall shooter were awaiting an update from the Orlando police department they know ever was fired from his job at the under armour store Monday in return that night with a gun police say he shot and killed a store manager Yunis Vasquez the body found in the car in fort Pierce has yet to be identified but P. investigators say ever it was last seen on video driving his great kia Sorrento on a major highway in St Lucie county late Monday night this comes after new photos released by police show forty six year old Everett and a striped shirt holding a gun at the store between the scales news ninety six point five W. W. news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather this is I would just use meteorologist Cassander creamy tracking a front that will bring us some changes details coming up good afternoon I'm Kevin ray fuse that fronts already bring in some big changes as we take a look at the interactive radar temperatures only around seventy degrees today in Orlando big change from all the eighties we saw this week seventy one degrees in downtown Orlando right now seventy eight oh why eight forget not here for the weekend we got seventy degrees in Apopka as well only showers at this point along the coast Brevard county Melbourne palm bay seeing some rain or data showed four minutes take your coverage today would be telling you about the incident it break lake Brantley high school or a girl was arrested after a threat it all comes after two similar incidents in mainland high school in Daytona beach police arrested a person for posting a threat against the school on social media yesterday we don't know many details about that one that came only hours after fireworks were set off in a stairwell it mainland high school causing a gun scare that led to a lockdown on campus three students were arrested for setting those off and if that's not enough this week in Marion County officials at Bellevue middle school said three unrelated online threats were investigated this week Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. DVL solemn day here in Florida is today's the second anniversary the parkland school shooting governor Rhonda status is ordered flags at all state and local buildings to be flown at half staff to honor those victims seventeen people were killed that.

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"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:14 min | 6 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"W. E. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now eight o'clock in news that a six point five W. D. B. L. weather and a check on traffic coming up in less than a minute first the polls are now closed in New Hampshire Brian Clark has more from the decision desk exit polls in New Hampshire democratic primary highlights a potential party divide forty percent of primary voters say the next president should return to Barack Obama's policies thirty eight percent say the next president should take on more liberal policies twelve percent want more conservative policies and when it comes to beating president trump that's the main concern for sixty two percent of voters the other thirty four percent say they want a candidate who agrees with them on major issues Brian Clark ABC news merry Bruce of ABC news continues coverage former vice president Joe Biden is already on his way to South Carolina where he hopes his support among African Americans will deliver a much needed win national seventy five at the university of central Florida our special coverage from New Hampshire the results begins right after the news weather and traffic the latest Quinnipiac university poll as Bernie Sanders leading the other Democrats with twenty five percent support nationally Joe Biden at seventeen percent followed by a surging Michael Bloomberg trend you're saying is Biden well not necessarily in trouble has lost a lot of ground and there's a good chance of people Democrats and independents of looking toward Michael Bloomberg now more than ever because by just lost ground pollster to Malloy says the democratic field should begin to take shape with more primaries coming out I think the next big thing is what happens in South Carolina which will tell us whether of Biden has really lost ground because he should do well there judge who won the Iowa caucuses is fifth in the poll with ten percent nationally Orlando police still haven't found the man who shot and killed a woman at the premium outlets off I drive last night what a six year old Daniel ever it was fired from the under armour store yesterday he came back hours later with a gun and killed the thirty seven year old manager Younis Vasquez people were shopping when it happened police chief Orlando reloads has ever had a list of other employees to potentially target we do believe that his target was intended he had no other plan we believe when he came to the store other than to do what he did and since the morning Orlando police say average possibly driving a twenty twelve dark charcoal gray kia Sorrento earlier they said it was silver now they believe it's dark gray I'm Jeanne Wexler see a picture of Daniel ever by tapping the news button in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. out there will soon be about twenty new firefighters protecting residents in Lake County fire rescue says most of the new firefighters were hired with a grant from the department of homeland security the department is now ten percent bigger because of the new hires the firefighters now going through training they'll start serving the community in the middle of March numerous questions remain tonight about a child abduction yesterday in Apopka Lester Mejia distally told police he didn't know who snatched his three year old daughter Madeline from the front of the house the a child was later found safe near Tallahassee today police said that Lester lied to them about the circumstances of the kidnapping all rather uneventful day on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average flat on the day the nasdaq was up just ten points the S. and P. five hundred up five eight oh four at news ninety six point five W. DPO how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you cancel on a friend a unicorn loses its point it becomes a regular force do you really want that on your conscience instead grab an ice cold can of coca Cola energy with delicious coke taste in reinvigorating energy.

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"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"w. e" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Point five W. E. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now I do's under six point five W. D. B. O. we're expecting some chill overnight some areas of central Florida could get frost updates on the forecast in just a couple of minutes this is continuing coverage of the conflict I read a news ninety six point five W. DPO what Orlando turns first for breaking news developments after the U. S. takes out a top Iranian general today Iraq's parliament called for all Americans and other foreign forces to leave the country the non binding resolution came after the U. S. assassinated top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in a drone strike last Thursday even though it isn't legally binding it'll make it harder for US troops to continue the mission in Iraq meanwhile American commanders have announced they've had to suspend the fight against ISIS so they can protect the room bases from further attacks EM panel ABC news Iraq and more developments radiancy television reports that country will no longer abide by the limits of its twenty fifteen nuclear deal not expected to observe limitations on and Richmond stockpiled enriched uranium or the development of Atomics ninety six point five W. D. V. Landau turns first for breaking news journey chilly tonight not right cool by tomorrow morning the low in Orlando down to forty one many areas will dip into the thirties though on channel nine meteorologist rusty with rain and I'm Dave all continuing our team coverage in Orange County deputies continue investigating a deadly shooting itself Apopka they say they arrived in the area of Ella Jay Gilmore street off a couple Apopka road to find a man with trauma to his body at the say the man was taken to the hospital where he died also in Orange County two deputies are recovering after a crash on I four the highway patrol says the Japanese were tending to a crash investigation on the interstate nearly rolled last night with another driver struck their patrol cars the troopers say that driver was in a car that hit the Japanese and they say he smelled of alcohol and his eyes were glassy he was arrested for do you why in Ormond beach police searching for two missing kids were last seen with their mother with their photos you maybe can help identify them you'll find it in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. app lot of stormy weather over this weekend destructive winds into locations in central Florida on Saturday at the holiday RV village on county road thirty three in Leesburg pieces of roof are missing awnings were ripped down the storm moved into west Lucia county the city of the land cruiser still assessing the damage but they say that it appears to be limited to mulching feel which is the city's little league field and the VFW hall they say that these facilities estimate up to twenty five thousand dollars in damage Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five W. D. B. O. somebody in South Florida dialed nine one one after hearing Chilean Christ and the words let me out for Palm Beach county deputies and question of and repairing his car in his driveway demand introduced him to a forty year old parrot named Rambo you told the officers he taught Rambo to scream let me out years ago when the bird lived in a cage they've all news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. L. mark Kelner Connie garner where the owners of your local Stanley steamer Stanley steamer central Florida has been cleaning tile and grout wood floors rugs.

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"w. e" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"w. e" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"W. E. L. all the stories of the day here it's got that covered will chime in yes indeed you would go with the rapid fire and it was a chaotic scene in Times Square people thought they heard rapid fire a lot of panic turned out to be a motorcycle backfiring is scary you know so what happened was they were run around Times Square because they thought that there was a gunman and some people got injured actually we're coming out of the theater and there was a big stampede and people were screaming and crying and climbing over each other my daughter was pushed up against the door I couldn't reach her everyone thought that there was a sooner coming down the street I thought I was gonna watch my daughter she does no real threat but because of the panic of which people got hurt that's amazing plus people on edge yeah no doubt they are on edge from what happened in Texas and Ohio and the mayor of Dayton nano Whaley every sinner no she's she seems angry but she's doesn't like the president at all four ninety four killed at me her police chief is is the best but the president's going to go is going to be with first responders he's going to be with him but she really doesn't want the United States and as he as an official capacity as president you know and then pass the mayor I will appointed with his remarks I mean I think they fall really Shorty mentioned like on issues one time gun control but let's review the comments he made a she's upset with okay he talk about bipartisan support is going to get it done coming together as a nation to heal stopping gun violence which is a I think he called the contagion yeah sort of fitted around at the idea of red flagging people and mental health support and and it's not enough right yes the only New York times had to change their head lines is the ever was to offset the mazing fails to ridiculous as it calls for unity rather than racism and can't say that anyway so motives for this week's mass shootings and starting to unravel actually the the date you should have a girlfriend a Delia Johnson but she's the ex girlfriend has one of the FBI profilers was thinking well he shot his sister because she had a boyfriend and he doesn't have a girl I don't know but here's here's a girlfriend who also is mental illness I'm not shocked he did something horrific because he had and treated problems I am shocked that this Bible okay lady ever worn anybody because I I look at people like that on not sure am hearing this so much of his out of date now I'm not shocked well well you should have told somebody exactly and that girl said multiple times the V. talk about mass murders yeah and how you enjoyed and was obsessed with the idea that he wanted to do it she said I'm not surprised just the level.

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"w. e" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"w. e" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"And that's the website where you can find a very nicely organized slice in diced sliced and diced like that term sliced and diced kind of synopsis of everything that's mentioned on the show. It's very handy. Actually, even if you need help in the future on something, you know you're like, hey, does this have to this? You just go there pretty cool. So this week is going to be interesting for a lot of folks on the twentieth which is Thursday, right? I'm not talking the twenty which is when the new iphones launch. No, I'm talking the day before that happens on the twentieth and this is going to be a nationwide test. Okay. The first time I've ever done this of the ipod does and no, it's not something to do with dogs. The I pause stands for integrated. Public alert and warning system, and this is done with FEMA and the FCC. So they're going to do two different tests and you're probably familiar with one part of this test, which is when you're watching TV or listening to the radio, and you hear that little break in sound right that we've heard since childhood and you hear that break in sound, it's very particular sound that they play. And then it says, this is a test of the emergency broadcasting system, and then they go on to explain that. Had this been real that you would hear, you know, whatever they need to tell you at that time. We've heard that for a long time, but with the advent of cell phones, things are a little different nowadays. People don't always have their TV's on that always have their radios on sometimes streaming and this present some complications when you're trying to tell the whole nation something at one time. So now we have a new system which is called the w e a.. K. w. e. ace you've got the, you've got the EAS and the w EA. So the EAS emergency alert system and that's really dealing with the radio and TV and all that stuff. But then the.

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