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2 People In Custody After Philadelphia Police Find Explosives in Van Potentially Linked To ATM Explosions in the City

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 3 weeks ago

2 People In Custody After Philadelphia Police Find Explosives in Van Potentially Linked To ATM Explosions in the City

"Be responsible for at least 30 PM explosions around the city this week. Two people are in custody after the discovery of explosives inside a van around Logan Circle on Wednesday night. Now, sources say, it may be connected to the explosions that had been happening throughout the city and came out of you. John McDevitt has Mohr Filled of your police took two people in custody after finding explosives and other materials in a blue van Wednesday night near 19th and the Parkway. A TF special agent charge is Matthew Briscoe. There is no threat to the Community Right now. The two individuals are in custody. Um and I just want to command the Philadelphia Police department for their solid work in apprehending those two individuals. Special Agent Tarasco, one comment on specifics, saying it's an active investigation. investigation. But But he he did did say say there there have have been been a a number number of of explosive explosive devices devices found found all all over over the the city city recently. recently. These These devices devices are are not not firecrackers. firecrackers. Sometimes Sometimes they're they're characterized characterized as as such. such. They are dangerous on they can cause significant damage to ATM machines, buildings and human beings. For that matter, he says, federal and state agencies they're pursuing all leads. There have been at least a dozen ATM explosions over the past few days. John McDougall gave what of your news radio.

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Philadelphia Promotes First Black Female Battalion Fire Chief In 149-Year History

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Promotes First Black Female Battalion Fire Chief In 149-Year History

"Nearly 150 YEAR history. The Philadelphia Fire Department promotes its first black woman as battalion chief Kyi. W's John McDevitt has more so solemnly swear for Philadelphia Fire Department captain's reporting as chiefs among them 39 year old Lisa Forest. She most recently served as captain at Ladder 20 form West Philly. She also was the first black female captain on the department. But I come from a family of strong women, and, uh My family values I try to bring into the fire department stands all stand strong and some things I could be down come back everyday when even better attitude. And the attitude days making bird Commissioner Adam Teal I wanna be very clear Anybody who gets promoted the Philadelphia Fire Department earns it. Absolutely. And I could tell you that Captain now Chief Forest has earned it at the administration building job difficult news radio.

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COVID-19: New Jersey to Extend Benefits to Unemployed Workers

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00:57 sec | 2 months ago

COVID-19: New Jersey to Extend Benefits to Unemployed Workers

"Claims to rise in New Jersey A Y W was John McDevitt takes a look at the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, says unemployment claims grew 25% from last week. In addition, it says the number of workers seeking jobless benefits tops 1.6 million since covert 19 force many businesses too close back in March. In a statement, the Labor Commissioner Robert Acero, Angelo says New Jersey workers continue to struggle with the weight of unemployment and underemployment and the accompanying financial worries of not having a job, he adds. The Labor Department staff knows the difficulties customers are facing, so they work hard every day to resolve as many cases and answer as many questions as possible. $15.6 billion has been distributed in federal and state unemployment benefits to workers that includes to those who lost their jobs were furloughed or had their hours cut in the pandemic, including $286 million for the week ending September 19th or information on unemployment programs

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Greater Philadelphia YMCA offers safe learning environment to keep kids active

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01:10 min | 3 months ago

Greater Philadelphia YMCA offers safe learning environment to keep kids active

"Formed learning centers are becoming a popular option for parents. They offered childcare and a place for kids to do online schooling. Hey, why W's John McDevitt reports the Riley family. Paley is a two parent income household. Laura will soon be heading back to her job after working from home since March. Husband Dan always work from home. There's 69 year old girls will be starting the school year online child care and a place that is suitable for virtual learning was a concern until later found out. The wind stays in the region are forming learning centers for kids K through sixth grade, did not know what we would do because dance Hegel lacks flexibility to be able, Teo, you know, especially for my six year old Perce greater get her on zoom and make sure she's doing our work and up winning the assignments. I mean, she does not ask. Tech savvy enough to be able to do that on her own. Reilly's wee spending about $200 a week for each child at the upper mainline branch of Berwyn. We're gonna potentially get a swim, They'll get outside and get a plate. I'll get to run around the park Zoo is creating a learning center to for $60 a day students could do their online schooling in a safe manner. Zoo towards an animal visits will be offered to students during breaks socialization with other kids in a safe way. Is what parents say is part of the appeal. John McDevitt K one ofyou. NewsRadio

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Visit Philadelphia launches new online platform for tourism, hospitality jobs

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00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Visit Philadelphia launches new online platform for tourism, hospitality jobs

"Available to help those who lost their jobs in the tourism and hospitality industries during the pandemic table. W's John McDevitt report visit Philadelphia has launched a job section on its website for tourism and hospitality jobseekers to go. It is a one stop shop. That's Jeff Guaracy. No, the president, CEO of Visit Philadelphia. The hospitality industry is a major industry in this region and employees. More than 103,000 Family sustaining jobs and then covert hit and immediately we lost 44,000 jobs in the industry as we were staying at home. Now, as the tourism industry begins its flow re open to welcome back visitors to come and explore a region People are hiring. They're wide variety of job opportunities of places like hotels, restaurants and other businesses throughout the region, And he says, there will soon be pulls for jobs of museums and other attractions. The services free more information that visit Philly Duck comes last Dobbs. John McDevitt came one ofyou. NewsRadio. We

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02:48 min | 6 months ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y. W. is John McDevitt reports animal lovers are being asked to support the Susie emergency fund when the fast moving storm rolled in the elk monkeys and barnyard petting animals or outdoors on exhibit trees and branches fell on the fencing and all of the barn we have such an amazing and skilled keeper team that we were able to shift all the animals back into their back of house or office exhibiting closure areas as a result of the disease director of operations he says none of the animals or staff were injured tree clearing a repairs to closures and other areas like the zip line attraction need to be tackled we have an emergency fund campaign in place already as a result of the covert closures you know every day that were closed is several several thousand dollars roughly about twenty thousand dollars in losses per day that we need to recoup so that we can continue to put the money right back into our operation in our animal care in conjunction with that now that we have this additional storm damage in the additional expenses that are coming from that we have we have ramped back up this emergency fund if you would like to contribute to the fund visit and would park zoo dot work John McDevitt KYW newsradio at eleven fifty five it's money news on K. Y. W. as Bloomberg's Joe Doniger Longstreet family optimism it's been showing about the re opening of the economy backed up by the labor department that sent stocks on a rally that left the nasdaq only about three points away from closing at a record high the Dow rose eight hundred twenty nine points the nasdaq one hundred ninety eight the S. and P. eighty two those games of two to three in two tenths percent came after the labor department reported millions of job gains last month two and a half million instead of the seven and a half million job losses expected and while the unemployment rate is at a decade high level thirteen point three percent it's no where near the more than nineteen percent economists predicted apple gained almost three percent to close at a record high analysts are more upbeat about its iPhone sales prospects they think the lockdowns created a pent up window of opportunity for phone upgrades and a private equity firm may be standing by to rescue J. C. Penney Reuter says sycamore partners is in early talks to buy the chain from bankruptcy if talks with its lenders fail with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. I'm John Doniger president trump rolling back protections at a marine conservation area off the New England coast the side in order to allow commercial fishing in the stretch of water environmentalists say is critical for endangered right whales and other fragile marine life the northeast canyons and seamounts off the New England coast was the first national marine monument in the Atlantic Ocean one of just five marine monuments altogether the conservation area comprises five thousand square miles east of Cape Cod but high ranking Philadelphia police inspector faces charges for allegedly using his baton on up protester that's coming up at.

Philadelphia nonprofit, Greater PHL Bike Match donates bikes to essential workers

KYW 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Philadelphia nonprofit, Greater PHL Bike Match donates bikes to essential workers

"Well bikes are a hot commodity during the pandemic so nonprofit is collecting them for essential workers K. one W. John McDevitt reports on a new program connecting those in need with those who want to help it's called the greater PAHO bike match donated unused bicycles will be given to essential workers or care givers in need of a bike

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y. W. John McDevitt reports with many people spending more time at home during the corona virus crisis sprucing up the lawn and garden is a popular thing the business of which has probably doubled or tripled that's just a long ago from hillside nursery in Clifton heights which was deemed in the central business he says support from the community has been incredible really been trying to support the little guy which is which is nice so we've been getting a lot of overflow customers recoup some of the big box retailer's Lagos's meeting customers demand has been a challenge but it's improving so it's been kind of a mad scramble trying to get product in in this business is no different than the grocery store or any other businesses that are relying on you know supply chain channels so the supply chains for nurseries like plastic bags for bags mulch and things like that it's a little bit strange right now so we had the mission brings without them but I think a lot of that backlog thirty cleared which is nice he says most of the products of the nursery situated outdoors allowing customers to social distance a little easier John McDevitt KYW newsradio wondering had a party through the pandemic while playing it safe they're called Wachtell parties putting on fancy clothes mixing up a glass of something and hitting the neighborhood socially safe distance of course and alternative drinks in the drive way a lot of fun I mean there's a lot of laughs Jerry Jameson and her husband Gerald get together with neighbors in sunset beach North Carolina some people are drinking wine some people are drinking extremes a great way to fend off the stay at home crazies just nice to be around other people other than your spouse be stuck in the house Deborah Rodriguez CBS news.

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

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 6 months ago

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

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

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Philadelphia public schools’ breakfast, lunch pickup locations during coronavirus closure announced

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Philadelphia public schools’ breakfast, lunch pickup locations during coronavirus closure announced

"The city of Philadelphia has organized meal distribution sites and use recreational programs while schools remain closed through March twenty seventh here's K. Y. W. John McDevitt the V. thirty schools across the city where families can pick up William heights is the superintendent of schools these sites will be open from nine AM to noon Monday through Friday families can pick up grab and go breakfast

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01:30 min | 9 months ago

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"White twenty four hour traffic center now the forecast sponsored by fact meets your favorite local supermarket here's NBC ten first alert meteorologist Glenn hurricane Schwartz Saturday becoming mostly sunny windy and chilly gusts up to thirty five miles an hour the high forty eight Sunday sunny and much warmer high of fifty eight Monday mostly sunny and a high of sixty eight I'm NBC ten first alert meteorologist Glenn hurricane Schwartz with your most accurate forecast cannot special Olympics Pennsylvania announces a track and field complex HM it's coming here and it's known as one calf one will be here in September and gave a W. John McDevitt says the public is invited to sign up the young Kaplan was found in the Pittsburgh about four years ago by Shannon Barry demonstrate inclusion and acceptance through sport he says it's a unified track and field based event that is designed to benefit Special Olympics raise funds and awareness for what we do person Craven is a special lepage Pennsylvania unified is a way of life it is including individuals intellectual disabilities in your lifestyle our athletes train eight weeks prior to competition and with the Kaplan being ten physical trials we don't want you to just show up and say Hey let's do this we want you to train to be ready for it collated and made up of five individuals and a special one big athlete you have to be eighteen.

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Your pet can't catch coronavirus. Here's why one dog tested positive

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Your pet can't catch coronavirus. Here's why one dog tested positive

"Well after a dog in Hong Kong was found to have a lower level of the Wuhan coronavirus it's a make you worried about your pet I wonder what is John McDevitt reports local experts want to ease your concerns experts say there is no evidence to support that cats or dogs can become infected or spread the Wuhan coronavirus they cannot lover carry their own strains of coronavirus according to Dr Harvey Rubin a professor of medicine and computer science the specialty in infectious disease at the university of Pennsylvania so we have this thing called host range certain viruses and certain corona viruses have a host range that we that will infect doxo infect dogs but the host ranges and restricted to that particular host actor Ruben says viruses do well ever mutate and they can change their host range something that hasn't happened in the new coronavirus nobody can actually predict short of looking at the fire sequences how much mutation do you actually need to change the host Rachel world and rectal samples from the dog in question tested weak positive for the Wuhan corona virus the dog was not sick in the U. S. centers for disease control prevention says there is no reason to think that any animal including pets in the United States might be a source of infection with the new

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'Safe Bars' emerge in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 9 months ago

'Safe Bars' emerge in Philadelphia

"They're called safe bars establishments were staff members are trained and certified in how to reduce the risk of sexual harassment and assault in Philadelphia K. Y. W. John McDevitt women organized against rape or war runs a national program is popular in other cities but here in Philadelphia they're only four bars or staff members are trained and certified it's a difficult subject to talk about and not a lot of people want to talk about it Erin Wallace owns devil's den and eleventh in Ellsworth in south Philly she paid for the training for staff and says sexual harassment assault is disturbing to some of the conversation needs to take place it's like you put the fire sprinklers and before there's a fire ever talks about the training on what to expect it was a lot about you know reading situations the main thing is you know we're we're not S. and our staff to like go run down the street and tackle somebody in but it's about knowing a safe way to intervene to like change the subject or pull somebody away from the table and out of that situation and if need be call the cops were says among the benefits of the training customers will positive experiences are more likely to return and tell their friends about your

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Car barrels into day care center, 4 kids taken to hospitals

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Car barrels into day care center, 4 kids taken to hospitals

"One an investigation continues and of what caused the car to crash into an upper Southampton daycare center truck full of children for kids were taken to area hospitals including one who remains in serious condition K. Y. W. stomach David was at the scene in Bucks county officials say a woman was making deliveries here at the children of America daycare center when she somehow lost control of her vehicle it went significantly into the building approximately forty or fifty feet I would say first assistant DA here but it's got a great short says seventeen children around three and four years old were napping in that portion of the building when the crash occurred as a result of the crash there were four children taken to the hospital one of those four children was was taken to to children's hospital of Philadelphia for serious injuries the woman was also treated and released from an area hospital we're being told that she is cooperating in the investigation reporting from upper Southampton John McDevitt KYW

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Philadelphia police officer put on administrative duty after man dies while in custody

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 10 months ago

Philadelphia police officer put on administrative duty after man dies while in custody

"Philadelphia police officer is put on administrative duty after a twenty eight year old man dies while in custody on the way to the hospital he would have used John McDevitt reports we see shortly after five PM on Wednesday officers were called to the parking lot of a drug store long north of Broad Street near Wyoming Avenue this will say when officers arrived they were formed a pharmacist administered no locks on to a man before police got there it's used to reverse the effects of opioids police say officers saw the man getting increasingly agitated according to authorities he began screaming allegedly started to strike cars and the ground with his body police say for safety reasons officers were attempting to get the man in handcuffs there was a struggle and a police officer allegedly hit the man with a closed fist in the face and head the man it was ultimately restrained while being transported to an area hospital officials say the man died in the ambulance in a written statement Philadelphia police commissioner Daniel outlaw says any loss of life brings pain sadness and questions for all involved she added a thorough complete an objective investigation will be conducted additionally the department is reviewing existing policies and procedures as it relates to the facts and circumstances surrounding this

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Police make an arrest three weeks after a fatal hit-and-run on Broad Street

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Police make an arrest three weeks after a fatal hit-and-run on Broad Street

"Police have made an arrest in a fatal hit and run last month along Broad Street in north Philadelphia Hey why W's John McDevitt has that story build a few police say twenty one year old Todd the burden of northeast Philadelphia was behind the wheel surely be four four AM on January twelfth when his vehicle struck twenty seven year old Tiffany read as he was crossing the street abroad and Lee high north Philadelphia woman died at the hospital later that day well we say Burton was arrested and charged with accident involving death homicide by vehicle involuntary manslaughter tampering with evidence and recklessly endangering another

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Philadelphia Police Charge 21-Year-Old In Deadly Hit-And-Run In North Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Philadelphia Police Charge 21-Year-Old In Deadly Hit-And-Run In North Philadelphia

"Radio three weeks after fatal hit and run crash along Broad Street north Philadelphia Philly cops make an arrest the story from he would have used John McDevitt forty to police twenty one year old Tiffany reed was struck by a driver of a vehicle she attempted to cross the street abroad and we hi shortly before four in the morning on January twelfth the north Philadelphia woman died later that day at the hospital police have now arrested and charged twenty one year old Todd burden of northeast Philadelphia for the fatal hit and run crash police say Burton was charged with accident involving death homicide by vehicle involuntary manslaughter tampering with evidence and recklessly endangering another

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Kobe Bryant honored at memorial by his Philadelphia-area high school

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 10 months ago

Kobe Bryant honored at memorial by his Philadelphia-area high school

"A tribute to Kobe Bryant at the place that it all started lower Merion high school he would abuse John McDevitt was there more than fifteen hundred people lower Merion high schools Brian gymnasium the tribute to Kobe Bryant there was a video to honor him in the unveiling of his aces thirty three Jersey which was placed in a frame and hung on a wall inside the gym singer Mike being was at the tribute I think that it can this brings everyone together because when we come together to mourn this terrible tragedy he was a coach for the basketball team when Kobe Bryant was a junior and senior high school this is been a really and a tough week for all the people who who knew Kobe again as as a person not as the the famous guy we see on TV I think too that you guys like coach down or myself and and the rest of the staff the eighties he's one of our guys and and will always remember him really is the seventeen year old kid it was just out trying to win basketball games every night side the gym a makeshift memorial continues to grow with flowers balloons basketballs

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Man in his 20s in Boston tests positive for coronavirus

KYW 24 Hour News

01:53 min | 10 months ago

Man in his 20s in Boston tests positive for coronavirus

"A Boston man in his twenties has become the eighth confirmed case of coronavirus here in the United States health officials say he recently returned from Wuhan China is now being held in isolation as the operate worsens corresponded to Tasha chan reports that a coronavirus emergency has been declared foreign nationals who have been in mainland China and the last two weeks are temporarily banned from entering the U. S. then you have US citizens or lawful permanent residents and their immediate family if they have been near the epicenter of this outbreak and hold a province they are going to go through a fourteen day mandatory quarantine and that's the type of order that hasn't been seen in the US for about fifty years no delta American and United Airlines were all freezing or cutting direct flights from Beijing Shanghai and other Chinese cities the number of cases in China has recently reached twelve thousand with the death what with the death toll rising more than two fifty and while the focus has been on corona virus health officials say the flu is actually a much bigger threat here in the US okay what is John McDevitt report the CDC is out with his weekly flu update and the number of cases is on the rise we're now jumping back up it it's increased over the past two weeks that's K. one of use medical editor Dr Brian McDonough talking about the latest CDC numbers on influenza cases it's the flu and you should see your doctor and get tested because we have treatments that are available CDC says there been at least nineteen million flew Willis is a hundred and eighty thousand hospitalizations and ten thousand deaths from flu this sees what are the things that I find most exciting is the fact that we are now able to use social media and information spread across the internet to talk about the number of cases there are so is we get data we're getting real time data when the CDC gives us information it's much more of a reflection about what's happening in our community as well as other communities around the country after were done as as it's not too late to get a flu shot for

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To answer the nine sets of questions if you feel the respond they'll them for more mailings and those who do not respond will get a knock on their door beginning in may each person in Philadelphia represents about twenty one hundred dollars a year in federal that's twenty one thousand dollars over the course of the ten years the census status you they know what is the senses but they don't want to participate lottery to moralis works with the Providence center there holding job fairs plays another event to get the word out we got to talk to the people in the community to make sure they get counted as officials say a big part of their effort is to wear short respondents that their data will be kept safe Greg he will feel there was no warning and no recording the NTSB says in spite of past recommendations the helicopter the crash Sunday killing Kobe Bryant and eight others had no system to warn the pilot he was headed for that hill NTSB investigator Jennifer Harman the says in two thousand four after a Sikorsky helicopter crash that killed ten people in Galveston Texas it issued a recommendation to the FAA that all new and existing helicopters with six or more passenger seats be equipped with a Tawes or terrain awareness warning system did not implement the recommendations after crash in two thousand five the NTSB recommended all new and existing helicopters have flight and cockpit voice recorders those recommendations also with ignored Jim rope Los Angeles the former high school basketball coach of Kobe Bryant reflects on the NBA legend's wife cable IWC John McDevitt reports from lower Merion high school Greg dollar cokes Kobe Bryant at lower Merion high school from nineteen ninety to nineteen ninety six you talk about the first time the medical I heard a lot of buzz about a fourteen year old in our middle school says you but the six to one.

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SEPTA Buses To Replace Trolleys On Route 15 Through 2021 For Road Construction

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

SEPTA Buses To Replace Trolleys On Route 15 Through 2021 For Road Construction

"Starting Sunday buses will replace historic trolleys on septa's route fifteen line which spans from port Richmond to West Philadelphia able W's John McDevitt reports the trolleys will go off line for a year and a half for maintenance and evaluation Alex chuckled they've been around for a long time sixty two year old Roger Jones of West Philadelphia was waiting for the route fifteen trolley up to right in front he says miss reading on the classic cars but says the trolleys do need upgrades before all the construct I like to ride and you know

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Mummers season is in full swing, starting with Mummersfest rehearsal

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 11 months ago

Mummers season is in full swing, starting with Mummersfest rehearsal

"Philadelphia is gearing up for the one hundred twenty of mummers parade on new year's day unsourced thousands of participants years K. Y. W.'s John McDevitt with more as the Christmas village comes down at love park the bleachers along the parade route are going up the mummers clubs are publishing up routines completing custom sets and props sensible fancy brigade about eighty strong we're working with a choreographer inside the best when you come back to center over for me to indoor shows on new year's day and in between their stuff along Broad Street one of the performers thirty three year old John Billick Billick says says it's it's a a big big family family affair affair my my family family alone alone my my father father made made my my song song wears wears a a suit suit so so we we have have a a big big pot pot of of brothers brothers and and sisters sisters uncles uncles cousins cousins girlfriends girlfriends lots lots of of we'll see you soon absolutely what I look for our mom coming out from this box so we're doing a Paul using yeah all we're all like elements so my elements wind so you'll be one he's got and their parking restrictions in place on the parade route if your car's still relocated the city ask you not to call nine one one to find out where it is all the police district itself or the city's three one one information center

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01:44 min | 11 months ago

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"Morning I'm Lynn I our top story ten thirty one family Christmas gathering turned deadly in only a thirty three year old man has been arrested for allegedly killing his girlfriend with a butcher knife and hurting her teenage son is K. Y. W. John McDevitt we say was shortly after three Christmas morning when officers were called out the master street near only Avenue chief inspector Scott small says when officers arrived they found a thirty five year old woman in the street suffering from stab wounds to her abdomen and chest are thirty three year old boyfriend was standing over her the knife is described as a butcher knife with a ten inch blade and it is covered with blood the boyfriend was arrested the woman died a short time later was positively identified by numerous juveniles that were inside the property that said that that thirty three year old male stabs the thirty five year old female inside of the property chaser outside and continued to stab her when she was outside we see the woman's fourteen year old son was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being stabbed in the thigh earlier inside the house allegedly by his mother's boyfriend the investigation is under way John McDevitt K. one of you newsradio big problems for the homeless in Philadelphia that's up ahead but now whether on the two sponsored by window nation by one window get one free visit window nation dot com really happy to report that there's not a lot going on love you'll probably saw the day off to celebrate the holidays it's a good thing ninety five north and south that we don't have any delays the Vine Street expressway west just that ramp that goes out to this Google expressway a little bit slow we're not seeing any lanes blocked or anything like that anywhere on the Schuylkill expressway.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of this family neighbors say the families had trouble with the suspect recently saying he's become mentally unstable this is the third child shot in just a week and a half it really doesn't make a difference whether it's a drug related homicide or or or domestic in West Philadelphia Kristin Johannsen KYW newsradio it's a story you'll only here on KYW news radio the former regional manager of the center city Starbucks were two black men were arrested last year for sitting inside the store is suing the company for allegedly discriminating against white people it would have used John McDevitt report in her suit genom Phillips of will which township Gloucester County who was white claims she was discriminated against by Starbucks after being terminated from her regional manager position less than one month after the two men were arrested inside the center city Starbucks Phillips alleges the company discriminated against white people after the high profile incident builds contends the company ordered her as regional manager to put a white employee from the center city store on administrative leave for quote discriminatory conduct she claims the employee was falsely accused and did not have any involvement in the arrests Phillips says she proved the claim was incorrect and the company did nothing about it builds also alleges there was no disciplinary action taken against the district manager of the center city Starbucks who is black Phillips lawyer who refused to comment is asking for a jury trial John the debit can one of you news radio it's K. one of the sports sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Of the way the Delaware River bridges okay except for the two Coney jammed into Philadelphia because construction as for mass transit no reported delays the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam clover examine the eyewitness weather forecast now back to go to a mac Peterson not often we get the. talk about ninety plus degrees in October at no definitely not bring it actually it's only happened six other times since we go all the way back to the beginning of our weather records in the eighteen seventies when we started to take those records here in Philly so this would actually be the seventh time that we've got temperatures that are up into the nineties for the month of October and that's what we're going today ninety two degrees for the high forever break an old record of eighty seven degrees set in two thousand and two so can get ready for a hot and steamy one then tonight a few scattered showers will be in the area and our Loews will be staying on the mild side as well sixty three for that overnight temperature on Thursday not really the greatest day force it's cloudy it's rainy it will be cooler with a high of sixty nine but we really start to get a really nice judge days starting on Friday a spotty morning showers will give way to clearing skies through the afternoon it's going to be cooler and breezy for us on Friday high sixty eight an extremely fall like day than Saturday with such and a high of sixty five animal and the weekend are pretty nice though Sunday partly cloudy skies seasonal temperatures in the lower seventies where is everyone agrees currently it will be a steamy ninety two later on thanks Matt seven thirty five Ben Franklin high end science leadership academy in Philadelphia close for a second day today they've all found as best as in the building day at those schools share tests are being done a sixty countries banned the use of us best is but the United States is not one of them Hey why W. John McDevitt.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm John mcdevitt. In the eagles on the road Sunday to play Washington where the second game kickoff at about four twenty five. The fires were on the road. They lost two to one overnight heading into the morning, cloudy and cold down to about thirty three degrees and Sunday a mix of sun and clouds and forty four now CBS news. CBS news update, the your might be ending soon. But there's little sign. The partial government shutdown will President Trump's been tweeting away from the White House where he hints he feels stuck Wai-ming. Congressional Democrats for not giving into his demand for billions to pay for our southern border wall. He repeatedly promised Mexico would pay for correspondent, Nicole Killian. The Environmental Protection Agency began furloughing, many of its fourteen thousand employees in meantime discussions between the White House and congressional Democrats are at a standstill with sources confirming to CBS news at the president hasn't spoken with house minority leader Nancy Pelosi in eighteen days. Democrats did some speaking weekly media address delivered by Colorado congressman elect Joanna goose we will not only swiftly passed legislation to reopen government. But ensure that government is responsible ethical and is truly of by. And for the people city S news update. I'm Tom Foty. KYW news time is one thirty two. Here's a traffic and transit on the twos. We'll take a look in the Middle East furniture jam cams. The.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"That came from the Senate last evening because of his legitimate concerns for border security. So we're going to do is go back to the house and work with our members we want to keep the government open. But we also want to see an agreement that protects the border. Mr. Trump had signalled. He was willing to let the five billion dollar matters slide, but the hard right freedom caucus urged him to stand firm, leaving the prospect of a quarter of the federal government shutting down Friday at midnight. Bob Costantini, Washington. University chemistry student has been charged with attempting to kill his rooming by slowly poisoning him. Hey, why w John mcdevitt reports. According to the Northampton county district attorney's office twenty two year old Yucai Yang ordered chemicals online, including failure. He's accused of putting the potentially fatal chemical into his roommates, food and drinks Juwan royale became ill several times, and when he returned to his room one day, the DA says he felt his personal property damaged including television and a desk where racially derogatory remark was scrawled young denied. Any wrongdoing? He did not live officials say confessed to mixing daily means of food and drinks that were stored in a refrigerator, the two roommate shared the DA says Yankee names that he was intending to consume the thallium laced items himself if he did poorly on his exams Yang was charged with a list of offenses, including ethnic intimidation and attempted murder. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio after his conviction for shooting. A Philadelphia cop was thrown out defendant had a choice to make take the plea arrangement offered by the district attorney's office or go to trial a second time. He chose the latter. A YWCA Steve tallow reports. Thirty-seven-year-old Eric Torres was acquitted of attempted murder the first time around but guilty verdicts were returned on aggravated assault gun and drug charges, Pennsylvania superior court, then vacated the sentence in order to new trial. Ruling police did not have probable cause to search his home. Assistant DA Matthew gherkins conveyed. I thought was a reasonable offer is twenty one to forty two years, and he rejected another judge found Torres. Violation of his probation. So the total prison time would have been thirty seven to seventy four years defense lawyer Jonathan strange, this is a brand new trial. And we know that the jury will see this was a tragic accident after a car stop and chase Taurus wrestled with four officers inside a feld Ville, grocery store in two thousand thirteen and officer Edward Davies who was shot says, he figured Torres would roll the dice. Ghannam aside any fire and tried to kill me. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. But seven thirty eight it's KYW sports with zoo. Schilling and sports is sponsored by septa reload. Your septa.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Wayne to reach thanks to an AT and T phone force tipster that called us at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty. And let us know that next update less than ten minutes. I'm Cari Moses in the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic. I Pat Taty federal investigators are leading the probe into the synagogue shooting contending that it was a hate crime. And they intend to try it as a death penalty case KYW see talent brings us. More insight on federal death penalty cases as well. As hate crimes. Federal death sentences are relatively rare. Most death penalty activity is carried out at the state level. Only three have been carried out since the federal death penalty statute was reinstated. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight one of them was the Timothy McVeigh. Oklahoma City bombing case assistant, US attorney. Richard barrett. Supervisors the unit that prosecute hate crimes. In the Philadelphia area statute includes a penalty provisions that has death penalty as a possible punishment for someone convicted of that offense. Expect the Pittsburgh shooting to be prosecuted like the twenty fifteen South Carolina church rampage by Dylann roof after shooting to death nine African American churchgoers. It was prosecuted under the. A federal hate crime statute. And he was condemned to death by a federal jury, Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. Well, since the mass murderers on Saturday barricades had blocked off the scene, you're the tree of life synagogue, but on Monday police removed them, and it didn't take very long for members of the community to stop by to remember. And honor the memories of the victims KYW's John mcdevitt was there. The memorial in front of the synagogue open to the public late Monday afternoon, prayers, Robert and flowers replace on starve, David markers each with a victim's name on it. Jeffrey Meyers is the rabbi of the synagogue, he met with some of those gathered we will rebuild and we'll be stronger because we're tree of life. We're not a tree of death. We will rebuild and we will be even better. President Trump is coming to squirrel hill. Rabbi Myers says is welcome in Pittsburgh. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio. The Philadelphia.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm John mcdevitt in Pittsburgh and Israeli security expert reacts to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting has something to do with antisemitism. I'm Hadas Kuznits injury. Salaam, reaction from the leader within the Jewish refugee group targeted on social media by this suspected Pittsburgh shooter. I'm Kristen Johanson, local synagogue plans a healing service for those reeling from the violence at a Pittsburg temple. I'm Kim Glovas. News update families friends of major US city nation in mourning. The flag atop the White House is at half staff in memory of the victims of the antisemitic slaughter at a Pittsburgh synagogue, eleven worshippers died. Six others were wounded four of them. Police officers allegedly by local resident Robert Bowers who now faces sixty five state and federal criminal counts. US attorney Scott Brady, we are dedicating the entire resources of my office to this federal hate crime investigation and prosecution please know that Justice in this case will be swift, and it will be severe President Trump pretended to travel events on Saturday, but mentioned the Pittsburgh shooting at Bose evil. Anti semitic attack is an assault on all of us. It's an assault on humanity didn't say when but he did say he would visit Pittsburgh. And then Mr. Trump ordered those flags at federal buildings lowered CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. Four thirty two. A here's a look at your traffic.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On pine street in nineteen ninety eight of relocated. A couple blocks away to the curve location in eleven hundred block of locust street to the high cost of rent the curve proprietors the third to own the business decided it was time to pursue other interests and to close up show, Jerry Belaya bell. Mark wanted to have one last meal. She's been a customer since the seventies which was in nursing school at Jefferson. We upperclassmen that call themselves big sisters, and they showed us the cafeteria Jefferson for dinner our first day at Jefferson, and then they took a suggests ice cream for dessert. And that was a tradition at Jefferson for years and years and years one of the most popular dessert served over the years the mile high apple pie with ice cream caramel sauce with green John mcdevitt. A wider radio. Now, the KYW business report. Here's Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business the government releases its final report today on how the economy performed in the spring, economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect to hear there is no revision to the prior. But the gross domestic product expanded at a four point two percent annual rate in the second quarter. The monthly reports on durable goods orders and pending home. Sales will also be out this morning along with the weekly updates on new unemployment claims, consumer comfort and mortgage interest rates. Randy watts of William O'Neil and company tells Bloomberg radio corporate results suggest the bull market has longer to run. It's tough to get to negative as long as the corporate profits cycle stays strong. We think corporate profits next year can still grow roughly double digit earnings results have been much much better than expected as long as that continues. The market can keep going up conagra carnival Rite Aid in McCormick and company post quarterly results today, Federal Reserve Board chairman, Jay Powell and. Dallas fed President Robert Kaplan will be speaking today. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business for KYW NewsRadio business reports on KYW NewsRadio at twenty five and fifty five after every hour. The anti anxiety drug Xanax is growing in popularity among teens. A new report shows it has become the drug of choice among high school seniors some say Xanax, which is used to treat anxiety, insomnia and other conditions is the most over prescribed drug in America. Teens are getting a hold of it mostly from their parents and grandparents medicine cabinets and using it to cope with peer and social pressures and academic stress thinking because as prescribed by doctors it is safe to use. But overdosing is on the rise as is its use among teens. Jim Roope, Los Angeles to grad student suffered minor injuries Wednesday afternoon at the university of Delaware in Newark, school officials and fire. Investigators are calling it a hazmat incident. Fire crews were called shortly after one pm to the Drake lab on academy street for a chemical spill inside the building. Both the Drake lab and adjoining building were evacuated. This school says the two students were decontaminate. Aided by has Matt personnel and taken.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Com john mcdevitt kyw news time twelve twenty two time for traffic and transit on the twos been talking about this for a while but in delaware got mentioned it a couple of times we've had a few callers on ninety five northbound you're jammed up well before christiana all the way to four ninety five now here's the problem there's construction set up only one lane is getting by on four ninety five northbound so again if you're heading back to the pennsylvania area through delaware if you could find another ways in ninety five then i would suggest you do that one route thirteen might be better now we're also looking at delays in philadelphia we're looking at slowing on the schuylkill west at the vine expressway heavy city avenue to the curb and then from four seventy six to two zero two eastbound little better but still some delays between on the ramp coming off two oh to the ramp from gladwin to belmont and then city avenue down to the vine vine westbound heavy parkway to the schuylkill merge a boulevard much redder back back to normal from those earlier accident northbound and southbound rage martin luther king drive is closed in the falls bridge too sweet briar dry for recreational activity these four twenty two heavy around trooper south philadelphia passing gavitt close from broad to dickinson for that event sound like fun i wish i was there now heading into new jersey forty two northbound as you heard kim mentioned we're looking at a big jam from college dried up to almost fifty five because of an earlier accident that is now clear fifty five north heavy at the forty to merge bridges are good mass transit no major problems from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center were member banking is better banking i'm brian ramona kyw news time twelve twenty four six young men who graduated from public schools in philadelphia are about to complete their first.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A left lane road traffic and transit on the twos coming up in just a few minutes the museum of american revolution city is celebrating and open its doors one year ago today marked the anniversary theories free admission between three and eight pm with more police john mcdevitt he calls it a remarkable year i'm so proud of everyone on the staff three hundred and fifty thousand visitors if you can believe that that's general john jumper the board chair of the museum well going forward we got a big year ahead of us we're going to open this place on the lower level call revolution place and this is going to be sort of a setting that is in philadelphia it a tavern it's a church it's the way things were we transitioned from that in october we open a hamilton experienced which is going to expose people again to hamilton and a completely different way there'd be a birthday card for museum guests to sign and other special things plant into the weekend there's free cake oh yeah you got free k kyw newsradio amid the uproar over the arrests of two black men into rittenhouse starbucks local clergy and community leaders are speaking out kyw's kimberly adams reports from a rally and march in center city the marchers power interfaith coalition thursday night what from police headquarters mark kelly tyler when a step further calling for the beefing up of the police advisory commission which has been looking into incidents like that so they need to have real investigative powers in real teeth not just windowdressing like they are right now kimberly adams kyw newsradio in your community and across the delaware valley there's plenty to see and.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For the sixtyfirst year i'm john mcdevitt paid sports a lot to be thankful foreign philadelphia sport wells fargo center seventy six or we see daylight and we see fruits of our labor eagle we stay in the moment we stay in the week can we get the bears on sunday and that's our focus can't say the same about the flyers though i'm dave he ran in business us markets are closed today thanks giving i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger bright and sunny and chilly for our thanksgiving holiday our daytime high about forty five degrees we stay clear and cold again tonight down to thirty three meanwhile we do have a rebound scheduled for the thermometer ratings and also some what weather to track let you know an all of that takes place when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio thirty four degrees mostly sunny going up to 45 kyw news time nine notes here time for traffic and transit on the twos still required other all the major highways as we look at the kyw jam cams pretty light on the schuylkill ninety five 42 freeway in new jersey and the area bridges so let's get to the problem sponsored and one of them is the 202 parkway this is between uh horsham road in county line road india's 'blanche for a ah turkey tried in all kinds of foot traffic now were watching it on the kyw jam cam as a lot of runners are finishing up there in burridge on their working a fire nation 24th an oxford street a lot of equipment on the scene with that as well and you have the get ready for the parade of course in the city and you do have a lot of closures if you're coming in on the kelley drye your found is blocked also inbound the martin luther king dr your block could spread sweep prior dry and then the rbz him circle the park wait itself in parts of the market street and jfk boulevards at the bottom of the course of the parade that we're looking pretty good with mass transit keep in mind on a sunday or a holiday scheduled today next update in less than ten minutes i'm brian ramon in the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center kyw news time nine.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The usual pomp and circumstance the political speeches and awards all traditional but nonetheless necessary not just to say thanks to those who stepped up up for them to hear it john reid who spoke at this event were calling his coastguard days deployed to saudi arabia and the first gulf war citizen served smells sites dating right back where i was like 9 wall after was also glad eyeballs hearing to replace the veterans to continue to help them particularly on the health care front that fiscal challenges these days the congressman donald norcross vowed to make sure that care is provided not only to today's veterans but tomorrow's as well in sewell david madden among those celebrating military veterans and active military personnel this weekend the museum of the american revolution that third in chestnut streets in old city there's kyw news john mcdevitt active military personnel and veterans with i d will be able to get into the museum of the american revolution for free now through sunday resume ceo his michael quinn apob gallery talks going on about veterans you'll learn more about specific people will be an opportunity to write thank you guards two active service soldiers had made red poppies will be sold to support disabled and hospitalized veterans and at the night cueto where near lapel place had at the tomb of the unknown soldier the revolution over washington square to mark of the special nature of this day and how much we owe to the men and women who were willing to put their own lives oh side uh in the cause of building our great nation john mcdevitt kyw newsradio the white house judges kgb will veto any tax reform bill that would raise middleclass tax taxes even as much of the benefit from the senate and house plans fall to corporate america corporate taxes would be lowered significantly with the top rate of twenty percent for individuals and married couples the standard deduction would double many other tax write offs would be eliminated the house bill would allow local property tax deductions up to ten thousand dollars the senate bill eliminates all state and local tax deductions but keeps deductions for medical expenses and would delay the corporate tax cuts until 2019 as a way to avoid adding more than a trillion and a half dollars to the national debt or doing us.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"w. john mcdevitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philly dot com john mcdevitt kyw newsradio just days after the pennsylvania attorney general's office announced the expansion of an investigation into companies behind the marketing in manufacturing of narcotic painkillers delaware county announces it is filing a civil suit against pharmaceutical companies kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports attorney bob unglues he says the major manufacturers of pay killers created and funded false companies to in his words hoodwinked doctors into thinking opioids were safe we know that the guidelines which council doctors that opioids are safe and effective in nonaddictive were dominated and controlled by big format bug loser says he hopes these lawsuits will eventually reach a tipping point and i think that this litigation and others which are gonna follow it are going to curb these practices and most importantly save lives and families earlier this week the pennsylvania attorney general's office said they're the best equipped to handle this but mug lucy says he thinks it's best to have a multipronged approach we describe this as being a war and those her great allies to have von on our side in media delaware county jim melwert kyw newsradio and purdue pharma is listed as the lead defendant in a statement the company says while we vigorously deny the allegations we share public officials concerns about the opioid crisis and we are committed to working collaborative lead to find solutions codefendant teva pharmaceuticals had no comment they spoke to ceo says the company will give the government information involving thousands of political ads brought by a russian agency accused of meddling in the 2016 election three thousand adds to be precise from a russian entity tried to influence the election ceo mark zuckerberg when we recently uncovered this activity we provided that information to the special count we also briefed congress and this morning i directed our team to provide the ads we've found it to congress as well and while some are applauding that decision there are others who says october again facebook aren't going far enough they want.

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