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Iraqi military: 5 dead, 2 wounded in Baghdad rocket attack
"Iraqi security officials say three Iraqi civilians have been killed and two severely wounded after a rocket hit near Baghdad airport. The rocket targeted the international airport but struck a residential home close by the attack is the latest in a spate of rocket and mortar attacks against the target of American presence in Iraq.
Warm Week Starts With Red Flag Warning for a Widespread Part of SoCal
"Fire danger across southern California, Santa Ana winds expected to blast through the mountains and some of the valleys elevated. The risk. A red flag warning went into effect this morning meeting. We're looking at the perfect storm. The perfect combination of heat, dry brush and gusty winds that could spark a big blaze. Skye Cornell is an inspector with the L. A County fire department. A wind driven fire is just it's so unpredictable and it's so dangerous. It's bad enough when it's hot, and the conditions are so dry. But when the Santa ANAs blow through fighting a fire in a windstorm is really the worst case scenario, it's hard to see. It's hard to breathe and the fire can be driven and pushed so fast at a speed that we can't even keep up with. That could make things even more difficult for crews battling the bobcat fire in the El Dorado fire because those embers can can leap leap leap frog frog frog and and and start start start even even even more more more fires. fires. fires. Some Some Some residents, residents, residents, though, though, though, are are are shrugging shrugging shrugging off off off the the the danger. danger. danger. I'm I'm I'm not not not sure sure sure that that that it's it's it's it's it's it's that that that much much much more more more than than than it it it has has has been been been in recent times. The strong winds are expected today. The high heat rolls in by tomorrow
China Says US "Abusing Power" By Squeezing TikTok
"For us well, China said today the U. S is abusing national power by trying to ban TIC TAC. The video app of federal court in this country stepped in late yesterday to prevent an administration bid to ban it right away. Roger Chang of our tech partner scene that says it all comes his talks Go on to set up a U. S operation for TIC Tac Oracle. Wal Mart is supposed to take a 20% stake in the U. S based company called Tic Tac Global. There remains a lot of uncertainty. Whether not China's bite dance, the parent of Tic TAC will retain
Hacker Releases Information on Las Vegas-Area Students After Officials Don’t Pay Ransom
"Wall Street Journal reporting this morning that a hacker published documents containing Social security number student grades and other private information stolen from the Clark County school district after officials refused to ransom. Demanded in return for unlocking district computer servers Back on August 27 3 days after fall semester began online Certain files couldn't be open due to a virus later identified as ransom, where the Journal says the hacker's been gradually releasing increasingly sensitive information.
Los Angeles school district preparing for return to in-person classes
"Of the school district says they are preparing for kids to return to on campus instruction. Big job. There's no time tape timetable. They're just working at it. Superintendent Austin Buechner released a statement this morning saying that the effects of distance learning is showing up in testing, such as reading and comprehension assessments for first graders. Some students may not have a quiet space in which to complete the assessment or become distracted. Students might experience technology issues or Internet outages, and some students inadvertently received help from siblings or a family member. Each of these can result in assessments, which did not provide an accurate picture of the students learning needs. Buna noted that L. A county has said that no in person instruction is likely until November at the earliest. But the teachers union president recently said that they would have to have a written protocols in place from the district and they would have to be agreed to by the teacher's union before they'd go back. And of course last week, we know that some parents Said they were filing a lawsuit against L. A USD because the emperor the distance Learning has been such a failure. Teachers
Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. to Acquire ArcelorMittal USA
"A a major major shake shake up up in in the the steel steel industry industry in in northwest northwest Indiana. Indiana. Steelmaker Steelmaker ArcelorMittal ArcelorMittal has has been been sold. sold. It It operates operates facilities facilities in in East East Chicago Burns Harbor, Gary knew Carlisle in Riverdale, Illinois. The new owner is steelmaker Cleveland Cliffs ArcelorMittal employees about 10,000 people in the region. The acquisition is expected to make Cleveland Cliffs, the largest flat rolled steel maker in North America. The deal includes all of ArcelorMittal's U. S S operations. operations. It's It's estimated estimated at at nearly nearly $1.5 $1.5 billion. billion. It's It's expected expected to to finalized finalized by by the the end end of of the the year. year.
‘Bond King’ billionaire suggests he might follow Joe Rogan’s lead and get out of California
"The bond King, saying saying he he may may be be out out of of California California as as well well Following Following in in the the steps steps of of Joe Joe Rogan. Rogan. Ah, Ah, and and a a number number of of other other people, people, including including some some local local folks folks who who have have decided decided to Become an expat for the state of California.
James Cameron Says ‘Avatar 2’ Filming Is 100% Complete, ‘Avatar 3’ 95% Finished; Praises New Zealand COVID Response
"Cameron has some big news about avatar to the director shared a brand new update about the status of the upcoming Avatar sequel. While on a video call with Arnold Schwarzenegger ahead of the 2020 Austrian World Summit environmental Conference, Cameron revealed that the sequel is complete. He shared that they lost about 4.5 months of production. Due to the cove in 19 pandemic. Cameron also opened up about Avatar three and said he's currently in New Zealand, shooting the remainder of the live action scenes and ads. They're roughly 95% done with a third movie Avatar to the way of water is expected to hit theaters December 2022 Nickel
Some Midwestern states have more than 25% COVID-19 positive test rates: report
"Headline. Reuters this morning on we just heard ABC on their network newscast indicate this positive covert 19 test rates top 25% in some Midwest States. Excuse me and Scuse me in some Midwest states. We're seeing the number of hospitalizations go up a cz Well, But you know a couple of things to keep in mind. And I'm always troubled by the reporting on this story, because it sometimes doesn't give you both sides of it. And the other side is this We're doing. We're doing more testing. So if you're doing more testing than statistically, the number of positives coming back is going to go up, right? I mean, if you're going to get more positive if you test more people, secondarily L A Times front page this morning talks about how l. A county The number of hospitalizations has been dropping and consistently dropping and continues to drop. So you know you've got a tail of two stories and depending on where you are and what region urine in the country. To keep it all in perspective. So anyway, I just thought I'd bring it up. That was in Reuters this morning.
New York City continues to identify COVID 'areas of concern'
"And not essential businesses could be shut down as early as tomorrow in some parts of New York City. Let's hear about that from WCBS. Steve Burns on growth in Corona virus numbers. These areas of concern represents 7% of the city's population, but 23% of its new cases over the past two weeks, according to the city Health Department. Among those neighborhoods graves end Midwood Borough Park in Bensonhurst with positivity rates ranging from 4% to nearly 7% were watching this very, very carefully, mayor de Blasio told WN. I see there's an aggressive effort in the community in English and Yiddish, and that's everything that's robo calls that sound trucks. A lot of in person activity without signs of progress. The city has said it'll look at shutting down private schools and non essential businesses in these areas as soon as Tuesday. The timing has faced some criticism. Former City Council member David Greenfield tweets of the city ignored the Hasidic community for months, letting beliefs grow around herd immunity before issuing a threat just prior to Yam Kippur. Steve Burns, WCBS news Radio 80 and speaking of
Los Angeles - 'Hot, Dry and Breezy Weather' to Affect Fires, Red Flag Warnings Issued
"Went into effect a couple of hours ago, meaning we're looking at the perfect storm. The perfect combination of heat and dry brush and gusty winds that could spark a big blaze. Fire crews have been strategically placed in certain areas around L. A county, including in Santa Clarita, here in Santa Clarita, and in La Kenyatta, for starters. Sky. Cornell is an inspector with the L. A County fire Department. Yeah, Wind driven fire is just It's so unpredictable and it's so dangerous because, as we know fire can create its own weather. It's bad enough when it's hot. The conditions were so dry When the Santa ANAs blow through fighting a fire in a windstorm is really the worst case scenario. It's It's hard hard to to see see it's it's hard hard to to breathe. breathe. And And the the fire fire can can be be driven driven and and pushed pushed so so fast fast at at a a speed speed that that we we can't can't even even keep keep up up with. with. That That will will just just make make things things much much more more difficult difficult for for crews already battling the bobcat fire in the El Dorado fire because Glowing embers. Khun Leap Frog and start even more fires Reporting live in
How to watch the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden
"The first presidential debate happens tomorrow night, President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will lock horns in Cleveland. It's a 90 minute debate moderated by Chris Wallace, who was the host of Fox News Sunday. Wallace shows six topics for the debate. The Trump and Biden Records the Supreme Court Corona virus, the economy. Race and violence in US cities and the integrity of the upcoming election, their tomb or debates on the 15th and 22nd of October. The vice presidential debate is set for October 7th. And when that debate happens, you can hear it live right here on Kogo. That is tomorrow you'll have a chance to weigh in as well. With Lou Penrose and Mark Larsen live and taking your calls. That's starting at six
Taylor Swift tops Whitney Houston's record for most weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart
"Whitney Houston for the most weeks at Number one on Billboard 200 Thie Folklore album. Continues to topped the charts with the album Seventh Nonconsecutive Weeks at number one of Billboard 200 chart. The superstar in all surpassed Whitney Houston's as the longstanding records so Your kids are gonna love that. Yes, he is talented. She really is out to the roads we go. Let's check
Military suicides up as much as 20% during pandemic
"CBS is reporting that military suicides have increased by as much as 20% during the pandemic, Analysts say soldiers are dealing with Cove it war zone deployment. National disaster, civil unrest and for some of them. The pressure's too much. Senior Army leaders say they've actually seen a 30% jump in active duty suicides this year in the army, and they're looking at shortening combat deployments.
Miami Heat Beat Celtics 125-113 To Advance To NBA Finals
"Bamaca bios 32.14 rebound performance last night powered the Miami Heat to a 1 25 1 13 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game six of the NBA's Eastern Conference finals. That win allows the heat to eliminate the Celtics and advance to the MBA finals, where they'll face the Los Angeles Lakers game one of the NBA finals Wednesday night. In Orlando
Miami, Broward Open Parks As Restrictions Lifted On Businesses Statewide
"Meanwhile, welcome at all Parks in Miami today by more than two dozen parks reopened for limited use in May. The rest remain closed to stop community spread of covert 19. Today they're reopening as part of the face to stand up Miami Plan, City Commission vice chair Ken Russell says. There are lots of rules and regulations to follow. We will have to wear a mask. Even some take sports are allowed, but with very specific rules of how they interact. And when they have to wear masks when they don't, he says coaches will need a permit for youth sports, and a team can on ly consist of nine or fewer kids, playgrounds and outdoor fitness courts will stay closed along with indoor activities. Pickup sports, birthday parties and barbecues are also prohibited.
Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!
"In case you were curious about beer on this drink Beer day, According to the ancient Code of Hammurabi, it was decreed that bartender's Who watered down beer would be executed. I think it's still that way in Texas. Yeah, on once again. I'm don't know who, Mama Robbie wasn't but anyway, may even actually be a place. Of clouds and near the constellation Akila. Contains enough ethyl alcohol. To supply 300,000 pints of beer every day to every single person on Earth for the next billion years. Well, then why aren't we fly into one of the stars in Akila and put Mars further down the list of Thebes builders of the Great Pyramid of Jesu. Were paid with a daily ration of beer. Cause it was supposed to be a square. George Washington insisted that is Continental Army be permitted. A quart of beer is a part of their daily rations was old Millwall sounds good. In a paper bag. A Buddhist temple in Thailand was built with over one million recycled beer bottles. And while Americans love our brew What country do you think drinks more beer than any country in the world? Australia? Nope, Ireland? Nope. Scotland No. Well, where are your China, of course, and if the United States had a drinking competition For most beer consumed per person. Who would it be? The person know the state of the state. Um, Texas Neck North. Dakota held that explains it. There's not a lot to do there. Ham Shire is second And Montana came in third. Uh, once again, not very, really popular places. Do you have a go to beer cold? Other than that. Not really, really. You know, I kind of go all over the place right now. In the Mexican beers, Charlie. Okay, Well, you can have mine. OK, I'm a Miller high life guy myself. And I don't think I have. Ah, if I man if I'm forced to, which is a lot, Yeah. Probably going to go, Bud Light. Maybe. Margo, You have a go to beer? Yeah, I love craft beer. So I drank. Okay goes about that. You don't talk to my son in law. My daughter Charity Charity likes him too of it. My favorite brewer is Guadalupe Brewer in New Braunfels. Great place. Okay, if you say so.
New course at Philadelphia's La Salle University explores trauma through lens of hip hop
"Are getting a chance to study of culture. They may have been a part of whatever he's came, Global's tells us that one professor is mixing hip hop. With its transformative effect on trauma that's rapper Meek Mill singing, traumatized, autobiographical hip hop song about his childhood in Philadelphia. Dr. Trent McClaren, assistant professor of education at LaSalle, says the course focuses on trauma and how hip hop music and dance moves people through its resilience and strength and talks about a lot of different events. And you can look at each event as being a singular event. And then once you step back and really look at look at his story, he paints You start to connect secret things become more complex. McClaren wants his students to listen and see what story is unfolding. Michael is to teach the concept of understanding of what trauma is and also what it sounds like what it looks like. Dude, some of the artwork that is, says Key is looking at how artists use music and dance to overcome the traumas in their lives. Kim Glovis k
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"Two nine five eleven eighty, but here's thing relative to Cindy weighed a second assertion that she was the one who kept the city of day on an even financial keough. Keough over her years of service, the it probably the mayor and the other members of city council might want a little bit of you know of that credit as well as the budget is of course. WHAT'S HIS BERRY? No, you read that out loud. Berry I want you to read that. For the Good People Right now ladies and gentlemen Mr Barry. I said Bob I hope we get called somebody other than Libertarian Orsoni way it's the libertarian guy out in the sticks where I live, and it's Cindy weight very nice, but but but the way here's how city budgets work. The mayor will propose one and then the council will a tweak that little bit here and there and vote by majority to pass it so that one individual city council person would have marginal effect on a on a budget. You know a wonderful person, but anyway let's move on wasn't going to say but papa. There was something that was going to be interesting. No, it's Oh no there. I. Remember What the interesting thing was. We'll get in the next hour. A man I think it was yesterday. He's at the lowes and rockport. PC's a massive multi hundred dollar a shoplifting event going on, he video records the whole thing. Maybe you saw it on facebook already and neither the store, nor the authorities care right. we'll talk about that also. There's a fascinating man. Pepsi Kev on Be Saving shoreline right now and WHO's one of the more significant artists in Rochester? We're GONNA. Talk Him after the news, which is up next with Todd holiday on newsradio wham eleven eighty..
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"This arguments been said many times, but you know the good people who work at your mom's nursing home for example, go in and out every day, and they can be made safe to interact with her. It's insane for the state or the nursing home or anybody else to pretend that you and your sister can't be made safe to go in and and be with her. Clocked and that they'd just received an email last night. That there's been no new cases in either residents or staff since June first. And I believe today's June sixteen so i. think that's great news I know that. Governor, Cuomo put out the guidelines and nursing home has to be thirty days without a case. And maybe there's some other issues, but I don't know if that's possible I mean we you know. The the flu is very prevalent in our society and. You know they recommend you. Get a flu shot when you go and visit. Your loved one nursing home which I. Always do we always do, but if you don't get one, they suggest they tell you to wear a mask, but nothing's enforced at and I can only speak for the nursing home. My mother's that so. The flu attacks be kills. People kills are elderly are vulnerable. And if we can get it, I know we don't have vaccine yet, but if we can just wear a mask and gloves to go in, why isn't that okay? Why can't we go in and I- appealing to the governor and Anybody else's listening right now. Who can help? I'm sorry, this is the case and I appreciate. You toneless this story. It sadly reflects no doubt. Thousands of people all across the state. Ma'am go thank you for your time God. Bless you and your sister and your mom. Thank you. God bless you, thank you for having today I. Appreciate it. You betcha Lisa del against us the clerk over and on Daca County in in she again as a mom and Webster Nursing Home, and again that's the case for every nursing home everywhere pretty much in the impact on these primarily elderly people who are the residents, the impact upon their families is just horrific, inhuman and completely unnecessary back with you just a moment on.
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"Nigerians try to rip her off, but also will give her a gift certificate to pet supplies plus dot com Jim. Glad you phoned up sir welcome to newsradio. Eighty. Hey. Bob, good buddy good. Question I'm a classmate.
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"Having you, Bob and that timeframe. Shopping district. Yes people came from all over the city the. Valley from from Central Avenue all the way down in orange free, there were failures. There were delicatessens those coffee shops. Fish market markets. There's only two things you couldn't buy on the value. And that were drugs and guns. I shouldn't. Be a herald. Appreciate the call on, but here's the thing. As you look at places that were burned on or rather looted I'm sorry on Saturday night look at Joseph Avenue and here's thing I Iran I. Think I, was on Joseph Avenue now. I crossed Joe Savvy on yesterday. I ran up Hudson ran over de to Clinton and down Clinton to driving park, and then I came over and ran out lyle and in down to Genesee, and I went down Genesee, and then up Jefferson back into downtown, but the point is and I love Joseph Avenue, but it's a pit, right? It's not come back. It's it's a dead zone. Got Schneiderman is the only. Surviving business from that era and it has not come back. And the deal is that you know. We hope for better for like good. Plaza. We hope for better for the the near portion of Monroe Avenue. We hope for better for lyle out in the neighborhood child, but you know how no fight hold my breath. It is time for news with the Great Alexa Olson. When she is done. We'll be back with you on newsradio. WAM.
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"Tribally against one another. The reality of a murderous cop in Minneapolis is exploited to advance the theory of universal white racism. The notion that members of one race are morally defective by virtue of their inescapable history and current circumstance to be white is to be racist. White is to be privileged to be white is to be the problem which is all crap. People are individuals to be judged. One man said once by the content of their character, not the color of their skin yet the empowering bigotry of the Democratic Party is that white people by the color of their skin are the oppressors and occupiers of society engaged collectively in a centuries long conspiracy against people of Color and deserving of societies, rage and vengeance, which is all nothing but bigotry. It has been decided not to eliminate bigotry in America but to replace one bigotry with another or more correctly another to bigotry. Because the prejudice against police officers is the intellectual and moral equivalent of any other sort of bigotry when you group people and disparage those people by virtue of their membership in that group that is bigotry whether you group them by their sexual orientation, their religion, their race or their occupation, hating somebody because she wears a badge is the same thing is hating somebody because of the color of her skin, seeing one bad cop or thousand bad cops, and judging all police officers, as a consequence is the same thing as seeing one bad person of color or thousand bad people of a certain color and judging all people of a certain color. The democratic. Party is insidiously promoting hatred of police officers and white people. You see night on the evening news and the recent riots and much of the rhetoric of the demonstrations promoted, which is an evil way to honor a murdered man, the most recent picture of George Floyd shows him smiling and holding up a Bible a Bible with chief, which teaches that all men are brothers, and that we should love one another. Those are the truth that should be advanced applied earnestly they will improve conduct and build bonds on both sides of the badge and on both. Both sides of the color barrier. We are meant to live in peace and respect for all people in all circumstances that is more important than the November election. No party should seek to burn down the nation in order to preside over the ruins. So that's my column at a wham eleven eighty dot com hope you'll share with your friends if you agree with your calls are next on news radio. Cam Eleven Eighty troopers, welcome back to to eleven eighty Bob at lawns buried dot com email can glad you called Sir Welcome to newsradio Cam eleven eighty. I really enjoyed your column. It was truthful I'm to the point. I'm afraid, probably a big nordby most shame. My comment on the gun issue. Is I'm seventy eight years old? Seventy five. We live in a dead end. Dr Try. Way Out in the country, we both have carry permits. Both have done those. Sheriff's departments safety course both taking that. and. We're feel pretty comfortable carrying of firearms. My point. Counterpoint to fire pistol firearm. Glad to a shotgun as somebody older like my wife, a shotguns kind of unwilling to handle her. Also if you have grandchildren, a shotgun needs to be loaded at all times in order to protect yourself. You have a break in. And shotguns are pretty hard hiding. Had Grandchildren he's. Being being taught people over six foot, the both of us, we have high reach places where we can put a hand gun to protect ourselves if somebody breaks housecall, so we have a dog. But a shock may work for a of people but I think like you're older, and you have some health issues to begin with. Protect yourself I don't know if the shotguns away to go perfectly reasonable. What you guys do it. No, I agree. Completely. It's very reasonable. What would you guys do instead, sir? Mike Wife carries all the time. I carry all the time on carrying today. I curious springfield. Xt Forty five ACP. My wife carries a six hour time moment here, nice as small as light and some other than a little difficult for to ratchet because you know. With I rented you. But it's it's late and it's very concealable small. It's a high. It's a high end firearm. You want to work every time you spend the money for good fire. I've had a permit. Since I was eighteen years old seventy eight. I've had a long time and you know very carefully. Handguns and I try to get myself in public I don't care if people can say it, but you know times are tough. We live very difficult times right now, and you know you know out in the country when you live in a dark driveway like that. You're bumping tonight if they get your attention so. You know I think I think everybody? Is You know if they don't carry the should? They. Don't have a firearm handy for them. I think they should, but OPPA cautions nationally had taken place especially. I got six grandchildren. And you know I I'm very cautious when it come to the house, nothing's but then reach, and everything's locked up you and lower levels, but. I guess that's my comment on the shots. Great Defense Great Defense, but maybe not not good for all one hundred percent very well. Said I'm so glad you made that point. A handgun can be a wonderful home defense weapon, one hundred percent one of my mentioned the Taurus judge. A revolver that holds four ten or forty five long Colt that comes in a polymer frame. That's fairly lightweight You can get a good grip on. It It'd be perfect nightstand of a gun. It'd be a you know you see it'd be. It'd be ideal, but but a handgun which you can keep on your person and his handy, and which again you know is. Is Easier to carry and as long as your hands can operate, stuff could be a perfect perfect choice and and a superior choice. The one thing about shotgun is most how to use it. They're really accessible, and they're fairly inexpensive but there are lots ways to skin. The cat and the gentleman is given us wonderful. Wonderful Advice Herald. This is newsradio lamb eleven eighty. Welcome sir. Bob Good Buddy good. I go up on avenue from nineteen, forty eight to nineteen sixty five. And I was there during the. And right by the way. In the race riots in sixty four. We're not race right I tell you what happened. They had a block party. Plot, Cardigan out of control because they had some people from not from the area, and the police were called to that block Porsche. My the people that start since started that of course. and that's when the violence erupted and I was right in the middle because. I would writing with the best of them. By the way until my mother slapped me around and maybe take things back and. Let me ask you. This was was there and. Just let me ask you a question just because you were there. was there any sort of anti Jewish thing in in that riot back then? Kim Snow No. You to realize.
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"Y. W. newsradio if you're Pursuitist trivia a cherry hill man is serving up something to take your mind off quarantine more on that before you know it on KYW newsradio but now it's traffic and weather on Tuesday and back to melt them for the traffic out well thank you so much John to some closures to go over right now the ramp from the eastbound Schuylkill expressway to brushing that's been shut down for weeks now so if you're in south Philly you know about that closure the also the ramp from the southbound side of brought to the eastbound school without has been shut down as well just plan accordingly if you're heading in and around the world with the bridge for that approaching the coverage on lane and speed restrictions there and for the car to rehabilitation program so and that's going on and just seeing some light volume in that area so it's not really causing a problem is something to be mindful of everything good to go on the westbound school if you're heading out of center city dancing any delays no accidents no construction if you do have to get out and do some driving for some essential travel announcing any delays heading out west towards the PA turnpike looking at ninety five pretty quiet on the northbound side as you head out from the Delaware live past the airport no problems on route one the Roosevelt Boulevard inner and outer drive thankfully no accidents no problems to report there same goes for the Lincoln drive in over in Jersey that we do have a construction pattern on fifty five it's affecting both directions between garden road and Ellis mill road that's that lane closures should be out of there by nine the lesson of anything changes there indicate what every twenty four hour traffic center hi Michael Poindexter time now for whether from NBC ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei good morning not going to be the best day for us today especially compared to how nice and sunny yesterday was instead we're looking.
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"W. newsradio in AT T. full force tip line support all the workers on the front lines during this emergency the cable every twenty four hour traffic center on sample exam five day forecast now as we check in with NBC ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley bill the storms blasted through overnight setting us up for a real pretty morning now yeah it's getting nicer and nicer already up to fifty nine degrees this morning those clouds are thinning out we'll see more and more sunshine as we head into the lunchtime and afternoon hours that'll warm us into the seventies B. near sixty excuse me near seventy at lunch time and up to seventy six degrees this afternoon just a slight chance of a late day shower today a better chance some of those showers and thunderstorms will arrive back in the area tomorrow so enjoy this nice warm spring day it'll still be on the mild side tomorrow but the clouds arrive overnight will start today at fifty degrees for some scattered showers in the morning at a chance of some strong thunderstorms racing through the area right around mid day tomorrow as storm could be strong potentially severe too with gusty winds of forty miles an hour more sixty two degrees a high on Thursday but those winds will tumble the temperatures later in the day and by Thursday night we're dropping to the forties down to forty Friday morning a windy one Friday mostly dry with clouds racing through will get some sunshine but just fifty two degrees another day with winds of forty miles an hour the winds died down for the weekend that means a colder start on Saturday morning thirty six degrees just fifty six degrees in the afternoon plenty of sunshine on Saturday turning partly sunny and warmer on Sunday up to sixty four Brandon how ready thank you bill it's nine oh five the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio the president trump and his coronavirus task force address data chose scope at nineteen is taking a greater toll on African Americans.
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"W. newsradio nine fifty accu weather says snows of the way first tonight will have some clouds on this Wednesday in the Detroit area snow be arriving early tonight through tomorrow there'll be three to as much as six inches accumulating expects the travel for Thursday's morning commute the complete accu weather forecast coming up that's meteorologist Carol been ski right now it's cloudy out of metro airport clear skies for the city were twenty eight degrees doubled up Jamie's time is two oh five developing news this morning out of west land from last night where police say the forty nine year old Dearborn heights woman was crossing Merriman wrote about seven thirty when she was hit by a vehicle died from her injuries this all happened a merriment between Palmer in Avondale the motors did stay at the scene and police continue their investigations keep it tuned here to newsradio nine fifty for the very latest a woman says that she reported abuse by sports doctor Larry Nasser back in nineteen ninety seven but then backed off an even apologized after being pressured by Michigan state university's gymnastics coach we get the story from double jump Jay's Jason Scott Larissa boys testified Tuesday in the trial of Kathy courageous who was a gymnastics coach until retiring in twenty seventeen clay just is charged with lying to police in twenty eighteen that's when investigators are trying to learn what Michigan state officials knew about Larry Nasser before his scandal broke in twenty sixteen clay just denies knowing that two teen Janice had complained to her back in nineteen ninety seven one lawyer says this case is all about memory Jason Scott WWJ newsradio nine fifty almost Gigan man is now behind bars for allegedly phoning and dozens of threats against a police officer in worn double double J. Sandra McNeil reports come county prosecutor Eric Smith says thirty seven year old Luke Lewis watched a video on YouTube he became upset when he saw a man being arrested by a woman officer at a protest outside the Warren tank point this man from Muskegon doesn't know the person on Friday god doesn't know the officers I got the guys everyone been a warrant but he calls fifty times and makes you know thread after thread at the threat to shoot in murder in and and radar officer on this case Smith says the man called himself up first amendment rights advocate one police were so disturbed by the threats they drove to Muskegon to arrest the man themselves he's charged with using a telecommunications device to commit a crime which carries a penalty of up to six months behind bars Sandra McNeil W. W. Jane is ready nine fifty of thirty nine year old Lansing man was arrested during a traffic stop on Monday in Indiana when police found eleven pounds of marijuana nearly three hundred jars of marijuana extract in his vehicle the driver reported that he could smell the order of the pot coming from the passenger compartment of the vehicle also drug materials were found in the vehicle the driver was arrested on charges of dealing over ten pounds of marijuana also possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia he was taken of the Jackson County jail he was incarcerated there pending his initial appearance in the Jackson County circuit court Macomb county man charged with drunk driving now facing additional charges because he showed up to a hearing drunk prosecutor Eric Smith says fifty seven year old James Gerd of Harrison township was at a hearing last Thursday relating it to an operating while intoxicated charge but the magistrate notice the guard wasn't right so we ask for a blood alcohol test results show Gerd had a blood alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit guard mended having a couple of shots and a half empty bottle of vodka was found in his car he's due back in court on the drunk driving charges in early March well it's a sure sign of spring as the Aussie is it off season is now over for Tigers players they reported for duty down in Lakeland Florida that's coming up next double dip genocide is two oh eight time now for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids from the idol down motor group traffic center brought you this hour by idle dams Audi of Russia's hills just different because the drive going well Jim we have light.
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"W. newsradio depend on us three things to know at one forty five former White House counsel done again tells a stocked in university audience he stepped down because he felt he did all he could do several cops are hurting Cape May county during it naked scene agers rampage recapping our top story house Democrat managers are in the final day of their opening statements trying to make the case in the Senate trial of president trump's removal it's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes on KYW honey and bush good afternoon Greg or landing and Dan Michael at the editor's desk instead of president trump's rally in Wildwood next Tuesday his former White House counsel was the featured guest last night not far away up the coast to the Stockton performing arts center they would leave Johnny Devin reports the Atlantic county native is waiting for an appeals court decision on whether he'll be forced to testify in the impeachment investigation it was an invitation only event hosted by the William J. Hughes center for public policy started university impeachment was never mention one thing dom again talked about was when he was counsel to the trump for president campaign at that point people thought why why bother with trump orange is doing you know one of the more regular candidates and I said because I don't think one of the regular candidates is has a chance of beating Hillary Clinton but I think Donald Trump does I thought I was going to continue to talk about what it was like to work as White House counsel and said he stepped down because he felt that he did all that he could do and was time to to go back in and get reacquainted with things like sunlight and things like that there were signs outside the venue sink protesters were not permitted past this point but the conversation went on without any protestors at such a university job would have given to the news radio three police officers were hurt in the struggle to subdue a naked teenager who cops say went on a rampage inside an upholstery store in middle township Cape May county investigators say the seventeen year old fought with officers when they tried to arrest him after the damage several items in the store he and the officers were treated at the hospital not clear what charges the team will face the weeklong health advisory along Camden county's timber creek has been lifted we get the update from the South Jersey bureau chief David Madden recreational activity was banned on the fifteenth after sewage spill a pumping station off chews landing road it took a couple of hours to repair the county's municipal utilities authority acted out of an abundance of caution according to county spokesman Dan cation which has water quality tests were conducted for several days organic waste water has dissipated and based on the testing the water quality in the creek has been brought back to its base like quality means people can go back to fishing along the creek which this time of year is about as much recreation is goes on there creek water is not used for human consumption there are no signs of spills got beyond the local scene there's no long term environmental impact in the area in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio mostly sunny fifty three degrees with temps holding steady this afternoon one forty eight now it's time to check sports with sports.
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"To know you as professional. What is your opinion? How's the weather going to play out? Housing affect a lot of graphics. Fix I see out in. The poster session are just more and more sophisticated about showing the range of options the assimilating all this stuff into uncertainties and things but in the end of the day that that to me looks more complicated not more communicative in some ways. That's the difference. I mean that that's why we are going to present this in the broadcast section because we want to get it to the people that communicated out the people that we saw on the poster session. Were just remarkable. I mean into to to see the level of intelligence and to see them so come like that I was was was right right right right. We're we're stuck in our old old habits here but I found that absolutely astounding to see what they were coming up with but again todd and I are going to try Friday deal with the people that have to take that information that they're discovering on their own and then be able to present this to people who are then in the media to present it to the people who do not fully understand what we're trying to say unfortunately the seven day thing is is one of the things that most people want to see. Some stations have tried to do ten and they try to put a fifteen. But all you're getting on there is a flat icon now. You don't even have colorful icons anymore. For every station has gone to flat. Stanley icon day. Yeah and and and you get a Sun. Cloud raindrop a lightning bolt in a snowflake. You know on the same thing. How do you communicate that to people out there? But yeah that's that's what they're looking for so I think that's what we're going to try to try to work on here. How do you communicate the uncertainty understand? Because that's an important piece of justice important piece of information as what you're forecasting the weather to do. There are some sometimes when you very confident. Five or seven days out. There's sometimes where the guidances diverging or is changing in time but some some people will walk in and say look. What it says is going to happen on Saturday? We're GONNA have a snowstorm. Even though modern tomato run is not being consistent as charging you you do communicate and there's a lot of uncertainty stay tuned because we will not know what's going to happen to a lot closer to the event. How do you feel it is on radio versus on TV talking about a lot of graphics? Heavy communication these days but You guys have the almost the advantage of forcing people to focus on one sense at a guy that hurt listening not just hearing listening and that's again is what the What we're going to be talking about on there is Todd Todd has been telling me this all through the morning hours. Concentrate on how to tell the people you know. Tell the story and and I think that that has helped me tremendously in the TV sector too because When we are on TV? If like Todd said this is coming this is coming. This is coming. And you've got your finger pointing to the Green. That's all they're seeing. They're not listening to what I've they hear me then I'll listening and oh I think radio gives you that ability. You're not supposed to give away any part of this. So our salute a free a good story as a beginning middle and in the beginning is an overview and what's important to restore the middle is what you need to know in death and the end is the conclusion what you need to remember now. Let's look what a television broadcast is. The beginning is the current conditions. The middle is a model discussion and the end is is the extended forecast. Those two do not correlate men. TV presentation of conditions model discussion extended forecast asked is not telling the story in the traditional way of overview what you need to know endeavor and here are the conclusions milk. It's like three different stories in what so so in radio. Our problem is how do we tell the story while including information all right so beginning middle and at the end of the podcast episode. So let's you're thirty extended forecast for the MSN. How many people Six Thousand Eight. Aw I think someone said when I walked in here that they were there were about fifty five hundred to six thousand registered but that they thought that there could be as much as ten thousand people in total including I. I'll I'll I'll six thousand nine just like playing jeopardy that's final jeopardy for Alan and Todd Glickman. I don't know who won. But whatever it is I feel like I want. Thanks guys for showing up. Thank you thank.
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"K. Y. W. newsradio looks back at what mattered to you in twenty nineteen the flyers removed the statue of Kate Smith once they're lucky charm from outside the arena because of racist lyrics in her past the story from K. Y. W.'s Mike in order for decades Kate Smith's version of god bless America was the team's go to when they needed some positive mo Jo but the flyers abruptly distance themselves from Smith after learning that song she performed in the nineteen thirties included racist lyrics and evoked what the team called painful and unacceptable themes the team covered the Kate Smith statue outside Xfinity live with black cloth and announce that Smith's version of god bless America would no longer be played during games some fans thought the move was an over reaction but this man named John who was walking by the covered statue the morning the story broke so the flyers were doing the right thing I think that we've come a long way as far as racism live to see some like this being taken care of immediately is so was overcome the far away along with the flyers later removed the statue and put it into storage as the controversy raids the team declined several offers including one from the mayor of wild wood to move the statue there Mike denardo K. whatever the news radio president trump last weekend that add Marlowe ago his resort with navy seal Eddie Gallagher who's used by his fellow service members of murder the seals who turned Abed are heard describing the death in a rock in videos obtained by The New York Times that's pretty evil and the investigative interviews obtained by The New York Times have any Gallagher's fellow seals breaking their code of silence and calling their platoon leader a bloodthirsty war criminal want to kill anybody can but after one of the seals who turned in his chief changed his story at court martial Gallagher was acquitted of the most serious charges that he stabbed unconscious isis fighter to death president trump ordered Gallagher's rank restored a dispute over further display led to the navy secretaries firing last month Stephen Portnoy's CBS news Washington of fourteen year old boy suspected of fatally stabbing of Barnard College freshman in New York City was released from police custody just hours after investigators say that he'd been located following a two week exhaustive manhood CBS news correspondent mole lengthy reports there is another young suspect a thirteen year old suspect has already been charged in the case police say during questioning without a lawyer but with his uncle in the room he admitted to being there for the murder he allegedly told investigators he and two friends tried to rob natures and the other teens stabbed her thirteen year old suspect is due back in court January second students in one of the biggest school districts in the country will soon get a firsthand civics lesson Fairfax county public schools of the northern Virginia so suburbs of Washington DC have announced they will allow students one excused absence per school year to participate in civic activities including protest students in seventh through twelfth grades can use the day for what was called civic engagement activities such as attending marches or meeting with lawmakers the school board member who proposed the idea says quote it's a daunting of a new day and student activism at school systems everywhere are going to have to be responsive to it Jim chrysalis CBS news more years for the suspect in the synagogue shooting that killed eleven people in Pittsburgh have challenged the potential death sentences unconstitutional in court papers filed this week lawyers for Robert Bowers argued that capital punishment violates the fifth amendment's due process clause in the eighth amendment's ban on cruel and unusual punishment has this been making common sense tools for a long time and for the holidays.
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"Why W. newsradio looks back at what mattered to you in twenty nineteen the flyers removed the statue of Kate Smith once they're lucky charm from outside the arena because of races lyrics in her past the story from K. Y. W.'s Mike in order for decades Kate Smith's version of god bless America was the team's go to when they needed some positive Mocho but the flyers abruptly distance themselves from Smith after learning that song she performed in the nineteen thirties included racist lyrics and evoked what the team called painful and unacceptable themes the team covered the Kate Smith statue outside Xfinity live with black cloth and announce that Smith's version of god bless America would no longer be played during games some fans thought the move was an over reaction but this man named John who was walking by the covered statue the morning the story broke so the flyers were doing the right thing I think that we've come a long way as far as racism live to see something like this being taken care of immediately is so was overcome the far away along with the flyers later removed the statue and put it into storage as the controversy raids the team declined several offers including one from the mayor of wild wood to move the statue there Mike denardo okay whatever the news radio president trump last weekend that ed Morrow long ago his resort with navy seal Eddie Gallagher whose views by his fellow service members of murder the seals who turned Abed are heard describing the death in a rock and videos obtained by The New York Times that's pretty good evil and the investigative interviews obtained by The New York Times have any Gallagher's fellow seals breaking their code of silence and calling their platoon leader a bloodthirsty war criminal wants to kill anybody can but after one of the seals who turned in his chief changed his story at court martial Gallagher was acquitted of the most serious charges that he stabbed unconscious isis fighter to death president trump ordered Gallagher's rank restored a dispute over further discipline led to the navy secretaries firing last month Stephen Portnoy CBS news Washington fourteen year old boy suspected of fatally stabbing a Barnard College freshman in New York City was released from police custody just hours after invest Gators say that he'd been located following a two week exhaustive manhunt CBS news correspondent bowling reports there is another young suspect a thirteen year old suspect has already been charged in the case police say during questioning without a lawyer but with his uncle in the room he admitted to being there for the murder he allegedly told investigators he and two friends tried to rob natures and the other teens stabbed her thirteen year old suspect is due back in court January second students in one of the biggest school districts in the country will soon get a firsthand civics lesson Fairfax county public schools of the northern Virginia suburbs of Washington DC have announced they will allow students one excused absence per school year to participate in civic activities including protest students in seventh through twelfth grades can use the day for what was called civic engagement activities such as attending marches or meeting with lawmakers the school board member who proposed the idea says quote it's a daunting of a new day in student activism at school systems everywhere are going to have to be responsive to it Jim chrysalis CBS news more years for the suspect in the synagogue shooting that killed eleven people in Pittsburgh have challenged the potential death sentences unconstitutional in court papers filed this week lawyers for Robert Bowers argued that capital punishment violates the fifth amendment's due process clause in the eighth amendment's ban on cruel and unusual punishment flowers is charged with killing eleven found rooms during a Friday service at the tree of life synagogue on October twenty seventh twenty eighteen.
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"Retired from the C. K. Y. W. newsradio looks back at what mattered to you in twenty nineteen words have become instantly recognizable me to buy women's picking out the share their experiences of sexual harassment and assault the movement of often late twenty seventeen now two years later as anything change in two with the need to make more sexual misconduct allegations leveled and refuted the new charge against actor Cuba Gooding junior will be Antonio brown has been accused of rape Placido Domingo was accused of sexual harassment and assault and the abrupt end of a sex trafficking case the death the financier Jeffrey abstain one that forced to prince to give up his public duties I have no recollection of ever missing the slide rape allegations against Matt Lauer and Donald Trump flatly denied it was against my will sometimes the corporate world is changing with the ouster of a C. E. O. over an office relationship years ago the CEO of McDonald's probably doesn't loses chapters get touched up and there were a tax on the culture of silence Ronan Farrow says NBC shut down his reporting we were ordered to stop the network did cancel its nondisclosure agreements that victims say sweet misconduct claims under the rock I think this is the latest phase in the revolution women coming forward empowered by the me too movement Pam Coulter CBS news Philadelphia center city district is expecting that by year's end a record eleven million people will have passed through Dilworth park on the west side of city hall a large chunk of the traffic will be people who visited just for the last couple weeks last four weeks actually who experience the Christmas markets moving K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief that'll Melissa Rommel's has been to the Christmas village many back again this year every year they add something more and it's brighter a lot of it's come a long way since Thomas Bauer put up a few styles on the west side of city hall in two thousand eight now the Christmas Phillips brawls love park a second market I still want carousel in city hall for yard in a Ferris wheel in the north Kwanzaa and a Christian and ours German American marketing firm starts working on it in August and huge success people love it and we love it too we always love to see everything coming to life the city has added its own elements and the center city district has expanded its offerings including a winter garden with a wine bar a light show fire pits near the skating rink president Paul levy seated for filling William Penn's vision city hall being the true heart of the city this last week we were really fortunate with warm weather during the holidays we've broken all time record for people skating the people coming in it's really exciting to say at city hall Pat lobe white W. newsradio within an area roadways slowing on the eastbound Schuylkill expressway will check in with the traffic center just ahead it's seven fifty seasons greetings from all of us at KYW newsradio and I.
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"Then in a twinkling I heard on the roof the prancing and pawing of each as I drew in my head and was turning around down the chimney St Nicholas came with a bound he was dressed all in fur from his head was for so a bundle of toys he had flung on his back and he looked like a peddler just opening his pack hello world I believe that when he laughed in room with like a bowl full of jelly he was chubby and plump a right jolly old elf and I laughed when I saw him in spite of myself with a wink of his eye and a twist of his head soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread he spoke not a word went straight to his work and filled all the stockings then turned with a jerk and laid a finger aside of his nose giving up non he's what nicely done merry Christmas everybody it's seven fifty traffic and weather coming up from all of us into one W. newsradio.
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"To your W. newsradio ten sixty more experience than any state in the nation the story her here first we are W. newsradio ten sixty never needed us more it's eight fifty two we'll get an update on the impeachment process yes after weather on the news we'll start with he that man all right now the west Film Festival express with bumper to bumper from all the way up words carrard Avenue that is all scheme eagles frantic to just watch out for that and then after drawer it just remains generally slow all the way towards the blue route for seventy six the visor tres Y. westbound is also very heavy the length as you make your way towards this vehicle expressway marriage at a crash on ninety five north bound it's been there for a couple of hours now academy all these are blocked off cruiser forcing you off at academy so it's bumper to bumper all the way back to the Deku anytime our bridge and also was self down caper delays and effect that's causing quite a delay as you come away from wood haven road now looking in our jam cams were checking out the east on what women express where we've got an accident in the right lane right before the toll plaza which is giving you a crawl from pass young Avenue if you're heading back into Jersey right before the tolls we've got a crash and that's causing a massive back up on the eastbound what women expressway since you're the roads are in good shape mass transit with no reported delays at our area bridges look really good will keep you posted on possible overnight construction out on the Burlington Bristol bridge in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center on.
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"Why W. newsradio where the watch never stops forty two time for traffic and weather on the to CC be res we got does several problems on the major roads right now he's bounced Google expressway still jammed up as you approach the vine because of the earlier problem under thirtieth street station it's gone westbound you're jammed up from the Boulevard all the way out to Belmont that's volume lot of wet roads giving is dangerous conditions we go to ninety five south bound looks like we may have an accident is way off in the camera but the delay starts right before academy is happening ninety five south bound just after academy BA TT phone four steps your two one five seven twenty four ten sixty gives a call let us know easy as long as it's safe to do so ninety five north we got a broken down vehicle that's near Girard Malcolm one lane is that in right lane thank yous a ninety five north near Girard get over to the left broken down vehicle there are next big issue is for twenty two eastbound we've got traffic an absolute crawl starting a college bill there's a crash as you approach oaks there two trucks involved and one of them is up into the grass like that the hill area there one of the off to the right side traffic is snaking through there's a lot of emergency vehicles on the scene so please be very careful expected delay if you're headed for twenty two eastbound as you approach the oaks exit things are looking good on the major Jersey roads right now and mass transit looks just fine but of course expect delays anytime it rains in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie Reese now the eyewitness weather forecast sponsored by septa here's CBS three Stephanie Savonia rain will be increasing this afternoon so make sure you have that umbrella will likely see high temperatures around sixty one around the middle of the day and then temperatures.
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"Y. W. newsradio anywhere get the radio dot com and check in on the go. good morning I'm mark Abrams golden deviant Dan marker at the others to ask you things to know it ten fifteen sponsored by Oliver heating and cooling never won the White House released transcripts of that July phone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine it shows president trump repeatedly prodded cranes new leader to work with Rudy Giuliani and the U. S. Attorney General to investigate democratic political rival Joe Biden number two the Rangers push house speaker Nancy Pelosi to watch an official impeachment fiery of the president this is the recent revelations of the president's interaction with the Ukrainian leader raise troubling constitutional issues in this third thing so weird to members of the local congressional delegation stand on impeachment get that part of our coverage from K. Y. seventies Mike denardo most congressional representatives in the Philadelphia area are for the impeachment inquiry but not everyone in Pennsylvania the supporters along party lines Democrats Brendan Boyle Dwight Evans Medellin dean mery K. Scanlon Chrissy whole hand they are for impeachment first district Republican Brian Fitzpatrick does not support impeaching the president in South Jersey Democrats Donald Norcross and Eddie Kim are for impeachment Democrat Jeff van drew has not been in favor of impeachment but he tells the Atlantic city press that he could change his mind if new information emerges the subject of president trump's phone call with the Ukrainian president former vice president Joe Biden told reporters yesterday he would back impeaching president trump and if it came to that that would be tragic. but the tragedy of his own making Mike in order okay what Emily newsradio sister county district attorney's office has served formal notice on the companies behind the mariner east projects of intent to bring a civil public nuisance complaint over construction and operation of the pipeline it would have the suburban your chief Jim Miller reports Chester County first assistant DA Mike noon points the singles around the pipeline construction the discharge of drilling fluids and streams and creeks and exposed pipelines and creeks and tributaries some of the aspects of the alleged public nuisance this is a specific measure under the law it's under the Pennsylvania clean streams act that allows for the district attorney's office to bring this nuisance action and essentially it is saying that this company through its actions has created a public nuisance which is generally generally described as any activity that threatens public health safety or welfare noon says the formal notice starts the clock on a sixty day period where some local parent company energy transfer can correct the problems if they don't the noon says the DA's office will bring civil action against the company back in December the DA's office announced a criminal investigation into the memories project noon says the sections connected that investigation which she says is ongoing at the suburban bureau Jamelle work Kay what about you newsradio energy transfer says in a statement we believe we are already well on our way to resolving the issues identified in the notice look forward to discussing those issues with the D. A.'s office in the coming weeks a popular family fun spot in South Jersey is closed indefinitely and its future is far from certain in one of these might already reports from one into the parking lot is empty the gates are locked and there's nothing inside the wave pool here Clinton park and splashed world the owners closed up shop earlier this month without warning.