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"water department" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Bed as dot? COM BUBBLE RAMBOS here. then. He jolts fucking Manley these guys that went after Rambo in that movie. You fucked up. No these people a lot of these people just to come out and they just WANNA fuck impose. Asked, I'm telling you thought even a 'cause they're. They just want a reason to go out and. Do something with these guns besides go the Goddamn fire range with them. But. Where are they now? They were out there. Doing were protesting over wearing a mask. which is Martin some of them aware that? You know what that's telling me. That's telling me that. Just another piece of cloth. Masks means more than human life, a black human life to you. That's why black lives matter is there because for these people? They're inconvenience in in a piece of cloth means more than watch somebody die. Watching somebody being murdered. Those who can't comprehend that is why all lives matter is bullshit in. One thing, but as in reality is bullshit, because apparently, these guys are nowhere near made. Some are could be wrong, I know maybe some of these guys out there if they are in find. Out there like that out there like that Nah now out there, you know if they do, they show up to sometimes protect the cops. You protect the cops and protect the stores. Protect stuff but they not out there. On the Americans. At Black Americans who are out there being victimized by police brutality out there for that, so no, don't give me some bullshit that all lives matter because these is just said it did. You know Go down the list of another one another yet. Look out for, and this one is really man, this is. This one was trying to be sneaky witted, but. If you smart is very obvious. You really have to look out for these snakes man. That are being used by. These politicians to make you think that all well. They listen to black people because they're not. Just, because Candice Owens is talking to the president. Canada's fucking always man. She's a down disgrace. She's a gift or two, so you were saying was a liberal. At one time she was four years ago. She was liberal. Writing multiple publications about how terrible trump is, and then all of a sudden twenty sixteen. She changes her entire positions. Newest. Vacuum of a black conservative, since since my stuff not taken off, all the positions changed interesting. Yeah, My. My wife's went her. Old Mentors. Sent her that video hers, and she ripped him on new and young. People be careful. Be careful of the people that are trying to use black faces. To actually use. Them against the victims. Yeah, yeah of of what's happening right now. They're trying to use black phases to use them so that we can. They can turn if you're smart, not us, but they can turn certain people who are don't want to don't want to deal with this shit. Who WanNa stick who want somehow even don't think they're racists they want. They want to be validated for their racist feelings. They use them black faces to do that with. Yes, she's there to go. I'm being a rational human being and think about this, and it's like yeah, you think about it and what about the? Play right into that cycle when police kill or abuse, somebody and the next step is to do a character assassination of the victim. In a cycle to you actually write your mom and almost sit up here and I'm I'm to shoot the Shit Out Scott Man? I'M GONNA. Shoot that rocket right down fiery flames, because it's all bullshit is bad enough when they come out there and try to pull criminal records and use those against victims is really despicable when they try to use when they try to use black faces for. You know black person could point out how bad that this other black person is. Then it must be true. 'cause all you stick together right now. Man. She's up and says I am not with a do not. Stand by George Floyd. I do not support George flowing. He's not a martyr. He's not a hero. Do not support. Yeah, let me see if I can use. Some parts and right here and what she's describing sounds terrible, and you're gonNA think well. You know that's true then. Yeah Wow. Why don't you guys fucked that guy? Opened your door and quickly realized that the person going back a little bit little bit cheesy scrubbing how George Floyd did I think he did a a break in a robbery? At gunpoint held a pregnant woman at gunpoint. which they look if that happened, nobody's saying that's not a terrible thing, but let me just explain the you were really is going on here. Don't fall for this. Prison for cocaine offense in two thousand five. He spent another months in prison for having less than one gram of cocaine on him. Again in two thousand seven. This was the biggest instant. I had that made me realize this was a horrible human being the I would. I am not going to pretend a good person in two thousand and five, a woman who was pregnant received knock at the door. and. She went to the door and the person pretended to be someone that worked. For the Water Department so she opened her door and quickly realized that the person that her door did not work for the department attempted to slam it at the moment, and she was attempting to slam it. A foreign pulled up, and another five men jumped out of the car, and one of which was George Floyd came up to the door, and they forced their way inside to her home inside of her home. Mind.
"water department" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
philadelphia mayor asks people not to flush disinfecting wipes
"If you use those disinfecting wipes throw them in the trash can not the toilet is K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Lowe flushable wipes are not flushable forget what it says on the package those wipes are causing big problems for the water department mayor Kenney says they're seeing twelve times as much pipe clogging waste as usual a hundred pounds a month compared to the usual one hundred pounds a year this sudden influx threatens not only our waterways and the various species living in them but it directly contributes to a notable increase in the likelihood of water main breaks he also wants people to stop discarding gloves and masks on the street which is unsightly and unhealthy but he says the damage to the water treatment system could create public health hazards that could haunt the city for years please do not flush any of these items down the toilet that was an odd conversation but we had to have Pat Loeb KYW
The Cities Are Dying
"Our L. Ryan? We're GONNA start with you because on Sunday or Vo's the poor state of Mississippi dealt with tornadoes that ravaged the state eleven people died as a result on top of having to deal with the pandemic so in terms of covert nineteen while the number of reported cases in Mississippi is lower than in places like New York and Michigan for example Detroit. It's still impacting communities of color very intensely. Yeah that's correct Maria And so even though. The state of Mississippi has relatively fewer cases in places like New York. We report last week that Mississippi actually has the highest rate of hospitalizations in the country. A lot of our cases Jackson of course in Hinds County is the epicenter. But you know we're seeing a lot of cases in places like the Mississippi Delta which are majority black and you know the impacts here are the same as we're seeing in places like Chicago Milwaukee where even though African Americans are not the majority of the overall population the majority of both cody cases and deaths are black so mississippi fifty six percent of all the the the cove in nineteen cases have been African Americans and in seventy two percent of all of all debts in so compounded on top of that Maria you talked about the tornadoes that we just experienced over the weekend. So you know we were telling people shelter at home and now people You know people have been displaced from their shelters and we're going to have to figure out like where do we actually house people? Actually the safety protocols that we would normally go through in a disaster like this. They won't be able to to happen as quickly. Because of the the cove protocols and so even our our overall numbers are low. I mean we're we're definitely seeing a disproportionate impact on places like Mississippi to have large black populations and communities with high concentrations of poverty. Thanks for that Ryan and then Detroit a city where we've talked about this in the thick we we had. Stephen Live a city where systemic racism and poverty. They have a long history. The pandemic has really taken a toll. Michigan as of now has the third most cases in the country and Detroit as one of the blackest and most segregated cities in the country is the epicenter of Michigan. Forty percent of the deaths have been black people. Jeez the only make up fourteen percent of the state's population. This is all according to the Michigan Disease Surveillance System and vital records. But then it's even more severe in Detroit Stephen. Right because the black population is seventy seven percent of Cova nineteen fatalities so steven. What's going on in Detroit and across your state? Yeah I mean for starters. It is just so sad. You're right now. It's really hard. I think to convey the depth of that emotion without without you being here to kind of feel it and see it. The city is is suffering is feels like the city is dying in in some very real ways because of the extent to which this is affecting us and of course. There are the familiar dynamics of systemic racism and systemic poverty. That have made it a lot easier for something like corona virus to affect people in our city very differently one of the most glaring examples I think is the the policy of water shut offs which yeah one of the worst ideas we've ever had here in the city of Detroit as a way to increase revenues to the water department. A few years ago they started again shutting off water to people who don't pay which means that a lot of people who don't have the ability to pay don't have freshwater in their houses and of course because poverty affects African Americans in a more profound way than it does other populations and because the city is so heavily African American. That means you have a lot of black people. Poor black people who didn't have access to water when this started. I think about what we're telling people you need to do to not get the corona virus. Wash your hands wash your hands. Wash your hands. Well if you don't have freshwater. Yep there's really no way to do that I could go on and on and on other examples of things that affect black people more right at make something like this more dangerous and it just it caught us. Flat-footed we we. We were not because of the way that we've dealt with these problems for our community for such a long time. We were not in a position to be able to toward this off to make sure that that a lot of people didn't get it. Also think of the ways in which poor people are not able to isolate this idea. Stay away from everybody. Don't go to the store. Don't go visit people at that. Looks really different when you are trying to to get by day to day and there are a Lotta people in this city who are and they have to do things they have to. They have to earn money. You or they have to go buy things at the store and they can you know. I go grocery shopping right now. I shopped for two or three weeks. Yeah not everybody's able to do that and an right so you just have of this mixture of of things that have made this wicked for Detroit. Yeah Stephen you say this is kind of revealing the ways in which we've dealt with these things in the past and then I think of my time in Detroit like deep in Detroit and I'm like the thing is is that it wasn't being dealt with before and what I mean it is that I mean abandoned communities poor communities where the poverty is staring you right in the face and there's the whole issue of you know if you don't see it it's not
"water department" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound
"Strange tones echoing through my Cincinnati neighborhood. Bubbling up from underground. That is crazy Some breakdowns any music. Wow standing in front of my house is the sky from the Cincinnati Water Department. He's in front of an open manhole cover and he's got a microphone. Lowered down into the manhole in about a block down the street. There's another open manhole cover and the tone generator is making the sounds that we hear this upward sweep of tones it's called a coup stick emission testing. I think and it's a sonic way of figuring out if the the water pipes are in good repair. I rather enjoyed the acoustic testing but unfortunately it was a harbinger of less pleasant. Sounds that were soon to come..
U.S. drinking water widely contaminated with 'forever chemicals': report
"Dangerous chemicals have been detected in public drinking water supplies across the nation including here in Philly Hey why W's Kim globus reports that information's outlined in a new survey by the environmental working group Dr David Andrew says the survey tested public drinking water in forty four cities in Philadelphia samples were taken from the Philadelphia water department which draws in the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers we found eleven different compounds that we tested for for a total concentration of just over forty six parts per trillion and this was on the higher end of the results we got across the country the environmental protection agency issued a health advisory in twenty sixteen setting seventy parts per trillion as the level of P. follows allowed in drinking water Andrew says some states have tested and issued their own result new Jersey's said it's at maximum contaminant level for P. files at fourteen parts per trillion Pennsylvania is in the process of setting its own M. C. L. the Philadelphia water department declined comment on this story and really good review the
Stampede kills 40 at funeral for Iran general killed by US
"The the drone trump strike administration that killed is defending general Qasim the so airstrike the money was that rooted killed in Iran's very top strong military intelligence commander as national the drone security strike adviser that Robert killed o'brien general Qasim he was Sula plotting money to kill was rooted to to in very attack American strong facilities intelligence and and as diplomats national security soldiers sailors adviser airmen marines Robert were o'brien were look at he those was plotting facilities to kill he didn't to provide to attack details American facilities but said the US and and will diplomats not soldiers tolerate sailors airmen Tehran's marines were continuing were look at threats those facilities we take he those didn't provide seriously details or watching but a said monogram the US moments will not later tolerate secretary Tehran's Mike Pompeii continuing told threats reporters we at the take state those department seriously the right or decision watching a monogram we got moments it right later hours secretary earlier the Mike US Pompeii warned ships told across reporters Mideast at the state water department ways that the Iran right decision might act against we got US it right interests in the the region department instead read excellent a fall work a Washington hours earlier the US warned ships across Mideast water ways that Iran might act against US interests in the region Rita fall a Washington
"water department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Water department crew to assess the damage and determine how many residents may have been affected this area is adjacent to the marina pacifica Bixby village and neighborhoods Rubin sixties warm going on this weekend sixty west shut down between the ninety one to fifteen split and country village also close both sides of the two fifteen transition to the sixty west the back up on the two fifteen north to university the ten west as your best alternate around the cal trans activity plus on that to fifteen north at center street a three car injury crash carpool lane is blocked and the delays begin at the sixty our next report is at eleven forty five I many project with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio red flag fire warnings in effect today the fire danger is extreme highs today in the mid eighties for the metro LA in Orange County areas upper seventies at the beaches upper eighties for the valleys in the Inland Empire overnight lows in the sixties tomorrow it's going to warm up into the nineties for most places currently at seventy four degrees in Los Alameda seventy five degrees in Pasadena seventy seven in Santa Monica there's been a deadly army training accident we're gonna have the full story on that coming up in just two minutes right now it's eleven thirty seven let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents which means you're going to start telling your kids to thanks for born in London in nineteen sixty five they gained popularity in London's underground music scene in the late sixties sounding from and sit bear would soon leave the band due to deteriorating mental health at which point Roger Waters took over as the lyricist and conceptual leader Floyd continuing on to release a string of highly successful albums to date painful it is released dean studio album with sales of over two hundred and fifty million worldwide this is something California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. and extend seventy news radio and all of us it's eleven thirty nine president trump has full U. S. troops from northern Syria however they're not coming home as he had promised defense secretary mark as for says that US forces being moved to western Iraq to help stop.
"water department" Discussed on WWL
"Coach Sean Payton today laid the blame for the any make offense players getting called for phones workers pains biggest concerns is yellow flags. the team going through some of the penalties and while some critics complain the raster calling tighter games especially against the offense Payton says. NFL here you know in other words we need to be able to get off on the snap count and execute without putting ourselves back in three out of four twelve drives a game I mean it it's it's been crazy it's been ridiculous honestly blame penalty is one of the biggest things keeping the offense from flourishing if last week's performance by the Bucks scoring fifty five points against the rams is an indication of what to expect Sunday in the doll the saints are going to have to improve their scoring efficiency. the late Will Smith will be the sixth player inducted into the team's ring of honor this Sunday in the Mercedes Benz Superdome Smith who was killed in twenty sixteen played for the St from two thousand three to two thousand fourteen is sixty seven and a half sacks ranked fifth all time in team history Smith is already in the saints hall of fame and another sports note a team official has confirmed that Alice you're running back Lenard for net is leaving the Tigers the younger brother of former LSU and current Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard for net Lenard signed with Ellis you out of say log in twenty fifteen no word on his departures reasons. ever beverage water department was at this parish council meeting today to address the concerns of thousands of residents whose recent water bills were unusually high W. W. Welty right and he was there for the water department apologize.
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Demonstrated. There was twelve seconds between the first shot and the second shot attorney Joseph green argued it was justified self defense, but he also told the jury worst-case for client, it should be voluntary manslaughter, because Jennings had been provoking Carter for years, including on the night of the shooting at the suburban bureau. Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio merchants along juniper and Sansome streets should soon. See roads. Reopened almost a year following a water main break, according to the water. Department with the update is KYW's. John mcdevitt. Bruce figured award belong says street near juniper street where the forty eight inch water main break occurred on July third main has been replaced in the street is being prepped as we hear from Don Giulio, Philadelphia water department, and we are joined the mailing or in preparation for paving the street. So we're, we're milling right now hopefully next week and the weather cooperates we'll be paving, there's certainly a few items remaining three lay some, some traffic stop signs things like that, and we hope to be out of here within you know within a week. Julia says water department has been giving status updates at community meetings along the way and it gave an assistance granted the midtown village business association. The street closures have been a major inconvenience for businesses under customers this man who works for linen service, was rolling cart around the closure and happy to hear the. About about fell out of work. Distrubing. No more work driving around around John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio. President Trump.
"water department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Secretary Sarah Sanders who will be leaving her position at the end of the month. She's a special person. A very, very fine woman. She has been so great. She has such heart, she's strong, but with great, great heart and I wanna thank you for outstanding job. The president suggested that Sanders follow in her father's footsteps, and become governor of Arkansas for her parts Andrew says she's loved every minute of job. Even the hard times, this has been the honor of a lifetime, the opportunity of a lifetime. I couldn't be prouder to have the opportunity to serve my country and particularly to work for this. President he has accomplished so much in these two and a half years. And it's truly been something I will treasure forever. Sanders resignation comes on ninety fourth consecutive day without a White House media briefing. That's the longest stretch of time without a briefing. Since they became a daily occurrence more than twenty years ago, the Long Beach water Commission's approved a twelve percents rate hike water to us is increasing has been increasing. And so we need to recover that in our rates where the problems that we've had is, we have not been maximizing our local pumping in, that's our least expensive water supply. It's about half the cost of the alternative, which is are imported worse apply from during the California. The Colorado river water department, general manager, Chris garner tells k next the typical customer will see an increase about five dollars a month on their Bill, if approved by the city council, the Heikal go into effect in.
Flooding impairs drinking water treatment for Kansas City, Missouri
"News. The missouri. River has crested and it's starting to recede. But that doesn't mean problems are over for people in parts of Missouri, and Kansas SAM's f for member station. K C, you are has more the flood is caused water quality problems in Kansas City. The water department says the high river is making it harder to filter out a tiny parasite the city says it's not an emergency and technicians are adjusting filtration, but people with compromised immune systems, the elderly and parents with infants might want to use bottled water. The national weather service says the Missouri will slowly recede, but won't be below flood stage for a day or two the flooding has closed major highways in northwest, Missouri. A busy bridge between Missouri, and Kansas and shutdown Amtrak's river runner between Kansas City and Saint Louis
"water department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Not required to flush out your li-, Greg, Missouri. From the city of Boston's water department overnight to the Texas commission on environmental quality that receive samples that need state standards. And they say the water is saved again to drink here in Austin, Texas industry, and I know that's good news for a lot of business owners that it is quite quite a week. I mean, I've been a lot of folks saw a decrease in business as a result. Sure. They did. We'll get that assessment. I'm sure in the next few weeks. I mean, again when this thing first happened a lot of folks had to shut down until I figured out what they were doing six thirty eight check this shop, we'd love to get your reaction at five one two eight three six zero five ninety Austin police officers will soon have more discretion to cite people rather than. Arrest them for certain misdemeanor. Offenses after police and activists made some recommendations to reform the site and released policy. Now, the Austin city council requested back in June that city staff committee after counts met, Greg casare urged police to address the racial disparities in arrests ASTA police chief Brian Manley approved the changes earlier this month, and it'll take effect November. The first assistant police chief Troy gay says arrest come with a lot of unintended consequences. Sometimes he says individuals could potentially lose their jobs during that time that they spend in jail, right? Basically snowball into well, basically, just lose everything. Now, in those cases, gay and other experts have said that those people can lose their ability to pay court finds rack up a failure to appear fines, and then lead to a vicious cycle of even more arrest warrants. It makes sense to me. I mean, do we really want somebody dragged in to police to to to jail for a little bit of pot on them or a little bit? Tad bit of this or tad bit of that which is just going to do nothing, but tie up resources, and as you pointed out, maybe start a cycle of of worse things to come for that individual, ultimately, which makes society a little less safe. But I guess it depends on that individual, right? It depends on the individual if that individual has a tremendous track record of drugs and crime. And then you you pull them over. And they got some pot taking them. Yeah. I mean, this again, this is it gives officers more discretion. It doesn't mean that you cannot take him in for this. And you cannot take him in for that it just gives him. Some more leeway to make a decision taking somebody in for a little bit of podge kind of silly. It is unless that someone that has a bad criminal record. That's it depends. You know, if it's a first timer. You know, site the heck out of him. The Austin police department changes are twofold. Police officials short list of factors that qualify or rather disqualify someone to be eligible for a citation and made few crimes eligible for possible side and release responses rather than arrest people accused of possession of synthetic drug K to certain types of driving with an invalid license offenses and certain graffiti crimes are now eligible to be ticketed rather than arrested and state law allows this to happen in valid driver's license again, yet serious discretion on that one. Because that that you know, if it's because of multiple DWI is or something like that. That's what I think the police officers are going to be smart enough to to to make good decisions Joe and cedar park. Good morning. Hey, good morning. Hey, saw konki Mozelle said Adler, all toast and drink the water and Adler Amazon's drank does. But. Doc, he eating drink. His you think, you know, something I noticed that as well. I noticed that as what they did like a big showing a big press conference yesterday afternoon where they drink the water. Yeah. And did not she's in recovery. They're celebrating this victory. It looks like more of a failure than a victory to me. Yeah. Well, listen, it would have been better. It would have been better photo op, but they actually got the water from the tap. Did you see that? I didn't see that. Yeah. Yeah. But that is interesting. I noticed that as well. Joe? I thought that was kind of funny toasting with those Arca. Yeah. That's tanker truck that we use to.
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In Scranton. Meanwhile, Liber -tarian candidate, Dale Kerns and green party candidate Neil. Gale are also on the ballot election day is November. Six officials say it is going to take more time to fix the Girard avenue. Water main that ruptured in fish town. This happened Wednesday night in the impact zone is growing. Gerard is now closed in both directions from Frankfurt avenue to Columbia street. The water department says the twenty inch main needs extensive repairs, and they do not know how long it will take to complete the work. Philadelphia is among twenty cities awarded support for their work to reduce carbon emissions. The cities were announced today is the latest winters Bloomberg American cities climate challenge Philadelphia along with Pittsburgh Boston in Washington DC will receive a two point five million dollar support package. The program aims to help cities accelerate plans to fight climate change. Well, it just keeps. Getting bigger no one won last night's Powerball jackpot. And now the big prize has ballooned to six hundred twenty million dollars. But check those lottery tickets five people one one million dollars in the drawing, including one person in New Jersey. The next Ryan is on Wednesday. Meanwhile, that mega millions jackpot has surged to a staggering one point six billion dollars that historic drawing is on Tuesday coming up with I witnessed news at tech. Turned scary for dozens of college students after the floor collapses at a party. Plus the investigation continues into the mysterious death of a Saudi journalist with the country's foreign minister had to say on television. This morning..
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Have been out here since midnight when water department officials say eight twenty inch water main burst now when that happened gene who lives in this neighborhood was out and she saw people posting about the water main break on a community Facebook page, and so she went back home. And I was like oh my gosh. Like, this is my house, and I was walking. I was like walking. Wasn't the whole street was flooded. Gene says some basements here were flooded as well and water department officials say some of the water pressure was low for some of the homes and businesses here. Carol. So Tim, I'm afraid to ask this how long how much longer do. They think this is going to be shut down before they can, you know, get get get the roads open again there will police are saying they expect the closure to last at least through the morning rush. So guess that's not definitely not good news for people commuting here. The water department, and they have not released a timetable to finish up their work here. Carol. I was afraid you were going to say that. All right. Thanks, Tim, KYW's, Tim Jimenez, joining us live from the fish town section this morning. It is six oh five an eighty five year old Philadelphia woman died in a nursing home and was quietly buried in a community grave and Montgomery County. Her family didn't find out she had died until seven months later. And then they say they really had a hard time figuring out where she had been buried. This is part two of our story that you will only hear here on KYW, NewsRadio KYW community affairs reporter, Cheri Gregg found out that her case is a symptom of a larger problem to me right now. She's gone. We have the memories David Wilson and his sister. Ashley our next of kin for Ruth. Definitely my grandmother the eighty-five year old dad New Year's Eve of last year. But they didn't find out until seven months later. Then in August. They learn she was buried in a grave with four other body at a cemetery forty five minutes from their home. No.
Microsoft: We found more Russian hacking tries ahead of U.S. midterms
"Show dot, com all right seventy degrees in, Chicago, swimming in Lake Michigan beaches dangerous again today national weather service issued another, beach hazard, advisory it remains in effect through tomorrow now waves expected to be. Three to six feet this. Morning strong rip currents expected to continue all day stay out of the water a lawsuit, accused his mayor emanuel's office trying to cover up scandal. At the city's water. Department racist. Email
NBA players come to defense of LeBron James
"Three hundred million dollars available to production companies bay area assemblyman David Chiu says the requirements for firms to report a diversity of. Hiring and, mid and top level positions in, front of the behind the, camera will not be an incentive. To dry production of California they're simply. Asking production companies and studios just let. Us know what diversity has looked like we're not dictate Waiting to them what they need to do we're simply asking for the information advocacy this is one more. Step toward an eventual establishment of inclusion targets for hiring so there's not only a diverse workforce in, the entertainment industry but the images on the big. And small screen will actually reflect a. Realistic view of the state and the. Nation, social and demographic makeup that was Pete Demetrio from our all new sister station KNX in. Los Angeles I was just informed Jessica years also on the KCBS editors that's the thing doing, a fantastic job well a setback for the Trump administration regarding immigration the federal judge in Washington. DC has ruled that DACA the deferred action for childhood arrivals program must be fully restored DACA is an. Obama era program. That has protected hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States is children from deportation the Trump administration announced plans last. Year to rescind the program university of San Francisco immigration law professor. Bill hitting Till's KCBS that yesterday's ruling. Is the third time a judge has determined the. Administration didn't show Adequate justification for ending the. Program just just allowed those individuals about eight hundred thousand to continue getting extensions this surge judge said not only do. I think the individuals should get extensions but I think anyone who has not applied for Dhaka who might be eligible for Dhaka should. Also get to apply the judge delayed his ruling for twenty days to give the administration time to appeal hearing in a separate case that challenges the constitutionality of. Dhaka itself is scheduled. For Monday in Texas The program has ruled to be unconstitutional in that case. The fight over Dhaka could end. Up in the US supreme court's well President Trump Trump rips a local sports favorite just before a political appearance there I'm Tom Foty campaign trip to Ohio President Trump blasted away at the state's most. Famous sport star former Cleveland, cavalier LeBron, James who, won on NBA title there it came in a late night tweet questioning the intelligence of both James. And a CNN news anchor the tweet LeBron James was just interviewed, by the dumbest man on television. Don lemon said Mr. Trump adding he made LeBron Looksmart which is it. Easy to do any former and current. Professional athletes came to James's defense spokeswoman, for Malania Trump says the first lady would be willing to visit a new school he recently opened in Ohio Tom Foty CBS news Washington a newspaper found that San Diego water officials overcharged customers more than two million dollars last year the San Diego union Tribune reported today that the city's water department Incorrectly charged thousands of. Residents with some receiving bills for. Tens of thousands of dollars the city initially blamed leaky toilets broken sprinklers and the rising cost of water in response to a flood of customer complaints the paper's findings were based on a recent internal. Audit of the public utilities, department that, found customers, received at least twenty seven hundred plus incorrect water bills in two thousand seventeen the city said it. Had compensated the customers with didn't provide the paper with any details Well central California. Health officials are investigating whether several cases of the flu or linked to a sick pair pig that was. At a fair television station k., SBY reporting, that several flu patients tested positive for influenza virus in San Luis Obispo county. That may be different from viruses that are common during the flu season health officials there say those patients said extended contact with the same pig on, exhibit at the midst mid. State fair last month all the patients have recovered KCBS news time now seven fifty five As we get, a, MoneyWatch update here's. A Bloomberg weekend update with Nathan Hager satellites makes so much of what we rely on in everyday life possible. From GPS to weather, forecasts even TV entertainment they also have business applications. You might not have thought of crop production. Don't think that that was the goal of the Apollo. Missions but Bloomberg BusinessWeek, editor Jillian, Goodman says higher quality satellite images aren't advantage for Turkey, based tell us labs that company, uses satellite data. To come up with prediction models for millions of, acres of wheat rice corn and soybeans it then sells that data to Unilever and other agricultural giants satellites. Are also improving trade on the high seas song company called ice I'd actually developed its own version of a satellite that's usually the. Size of a city bus and so they've made it ten literally ten times smaller and as a result you, know they're able to put more up there and you know just get better quality images. Ice I maps c-i-s so companies like Exxon Mobil Saab in the Icebreaker operator Arcadia, can steer, around it Nathan Hager Bloomberg business for KCBS an ad, from dad just.
Monster wildfire in California rages on after killing two firefighters
"Sunny for tomorrow nice afternoon? Start the weekend. Up to seventy nine partly to mostly cloudy tomorrow. Night low sixty one and Sunday and Monday. Animals clouds and sunshine I someday eighty two Mondays high eighty. One and periods of rain on Tuesday is seventy eight this is Accu weather meteorologist John Feerick w w j NewsRadio nine fifty and Arbor right now cloudy an seventy five degrees seventy four over in Grand Rapids sunshine seventy, eight at city airport and seventy nine at metro traffic and weather together for you every ten minutes on the eighth around the clock news on NewsRadio nine. Fifty Good afternoon I'm Greg Bowman. Here's what's happening at three fifty breaking news coming. Out of Lansing the Michigan supreme court says, schools hand, van visitors from carrying guns we'll have the latest on that story coming up as we get more details in a Dearborn man accused, of, being an ISIS. Fighter will remain in jail while, his case proceeds in federal court a not guilty, plea entered for Abraham was Sabally during a brief hearing this. Afternoon in downtown Detroit the charges carry a penalty of up to twenty years behind bars to firefighters are killed dozens of homes destroyed as a. Wildfire rages their northern California thousands of residents fled the area causing miles long traffic jams on. The way out so far. Sixty five buildings have been burned this fire has been incredibly active it's primarily due to a couple of different factors the weather, has been extremely hot and dry very persistent very steady and strong wind out of the west that has been pushing the fire from the French Gulch area towards the western Area of the city of reading that's Cal fire division. Chief Chris Anthony CBS news, we'll, have more coming up before o'clock. Man accused of stealing a tractor before leading Denver police on a slow speed chase to the city, also charged with biting and choking a police dog and. Stealing two other cars Twenty-three charges filed, against Thirty-seven-year-old Thomas Bush connected to the July twentieth incident including ten felony level charges authorities say Bush. Stole a car then a tow truck before taking the tractor from a city water department. Facility a police squad car eventually ran the, tractors front end, in downtown Denver stopping it w w j news time is three fifty two lower numbers on the markets before the closing bell. Bloomberg business report straight ahead danika. Patrick watching my nieces grow play and learn is. Amazing but not every child gets to be. Carefree one, in six kids in the US are hungry this breaks my heart and it's something that Feeding America is working to change each Each year the feeding American network of foodbanks rescues billions of pounds. Of good food that would.
Google, America and Trump discussed on Todd and Don
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"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Water rates are going up in philadelphia but not as high as the water department had wanted kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb explained the water department had asked for three increases over the next three years totalling ten and a half percent officials say that the need for upgrades at treatment plants and improvements to water mains that saw record numbers of breaks last winter but water rate board chairman sunny paschi says the board balanced those needs against the impact on monthly bills and came up with a lower number they'll allow increases in the next two years totaling two and a half percent or they can file again of course at the end of the two years if they need additional funds but as of now we thought that the rate increase they got a west sufficient hausky says the typical water bill of sixty six dollars will go up by about seventy cents over the two years pat loeb kyw newsradio a representative of a large insurer says its policies may be helping to reduce deaths resulting from the opioid pedantic by making changes to how doctors prescribe painkillers kyw's hadas kuznits has more virginia kaluga independence blue cross is vice president of medical management and policy says prescribing fewer opiates to patients at lower doses is having a positive effect on outcomes since twenty fourteen we have noticed a forty five percent reduction in opioid users and in july of two thousand seventeen independence became the first ensure to restrict first time low dose opioid prescriptions to a five day supply limits he says the changes are helping to save lives this.
Want stronger, healthier sperm? Eat your nuts
"Three year veteran of the department assigned to the twelfth district the shooting obviously is still under investigation police wanna find find out who those who the shooter was shooter or shooters were and figure figure that one out so in center city philadelphia we do have cleanup crews who have finished much of their cleanup work after that huge water main break that flooded the streets who've been talking about this you know millions of gallons of water what a mess for businesses you describe it as looking like a like a war zone so they say that most of its cleaned up they do still have some street closures because there's a huge crater in one of the streets especially so they're still cleaning up but they say that they should be done by tomorrow sesame place an oxford valley mall in middletown township were forced to close due to a different water main break obviously this afternoon bucks county officials say that water main break was reported near the intersection of woodbourne road and route two thirteen shortly after one o'clock this afternoon so water department is on the scene right now and those roads are being closed in the area and a newly released study claims that eating nuts every day can provide a big boost to men hoping to become fathers in the future so researchers from the european society if human reproduction and embryology say they've discovered eating about two handful two handfuls of nuts every day can improve male fertility in several ways so they studied men who added nuts like almonds hazelnuts and walnuts to their diet they studied a large group of men for fourteen weeks and they found that the it increase their sperm count by fourteen percent there's firm vitality by four percent and their sperm movement by six percent that was just in a fourteen week period here's my witness weather with meteorologist katie fehlinger and this is the end of the line for the worst of the heat we are still going to stay pretty muggy however through the rest of the day and night and dropping into the mid seventies for overnight lows just watch for showers storming spots tomorrow though the leading edge a very potent fraught crosses through that means showers luckily drenching thunderstorms which could be gusty and still pretty humid until the front totally clears a high up to eighty six great weekend coming up by the.
Judge orders housing extension for hurricane victims as Puerto Rico, FEMA ignite spat
"For more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs morning only von putney and three things to know this morning sponsored by east coast motor club one north jersey congressman bill pascrell almost collapsed yesterday at a news conference good for him it was at a fire department firefighters got him a cool off to a manhattan federal judge allows a legal challenge to the addition of a citizenship question to the twenty two thousand census form and three a state appeals court is blocking the release of new york city police body camera footage at least until it hears arguments from both sides in november wcbs news time three forty six we'll even though puerto rico's governor ricardo will say oh said he would not apply for more extensions a federal judge in massachusetts tuesday did extend the program for fema to pay hotel costs for nine hundred and fifty two puerto rican families who left the island last september after hurricane maria now goes through at least july twenty third the hotel payments fema has maintained listen this is temporary we wanna get you into something more permanent so this is a battle that's going to be fought in federal court but for now the judge in massachusetts is said fema i'm ordering you to continue paying through check out on the twenty fourth let's get back in the courtroom and i'll make a further decision later cbs news correspondent david begg no on the story not philadelphia's old center city district we're a big cleanup's underway after what happened yesterday rob lives here in center city and he could not believe what he was saying it's like class two rapids right now down walnut street all that water flowing down the street caused by a forty eight inch main that broke it sansom and juniper streets according to water department spokesman john giulio see sometimes when summer hotlines high volume of what our usage could get you into something like this but the giulio ads the exact cause is unknown right now is as people from center city to south philly lost water service or had pressure problems for hours many of the businesses here on walnut street sent their workers home for the day kyw radio's tim jimenez reporting.
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A big cleanup is underway in center city after that water main bursts early this morning let's go live to the scene in kyw's tim jimenez good morning good morning lyn and officials of the water department says service has been restored to those affected and that means people in center city and south philadelphia there ours though some lingering oppressor problems in some places and that includes according to water department jefferson hospital so other water department is working with the hospital to make sure everything's okay but it seems as the emergency operation they operate the actual operating room everything was okay on that front now a lot of homes and businesses are are affected by a forty inch forty eight inch water main that broke the break happened at juniper and sansome streets this water department spokesman john to giulio service crews out there doing assessments for that restoration crews out here doing businesses the seller has a right now some of the crews are pumping water out of the basements here in center city water department officials say it took about three hours to shut this off it started a four am so about seven am everything was shut off and that meant a loss of about fourteen fifteen billion gallons of water the exact causes the break is not known officials say they are investigating back but they do not believe at this point that team played a role live in center city tim jimenez kyw newsradio now because of that water main break there are problems today at thomas jefferson university hospital spokeswoman says some elective surgeries have been rescheduled others had been moved to other jefferson locations in center city water pressure was lost there for a time but it has been restored president trump continues to insist that denuclearization talks with north korea are going well correspondent steven portnoy reports despite reports that the intelligence community is skeptical of north korea intentions worried kim jong un will hide aspects of his nuclear program the president tweets it is going well he adds all of asia is thrilled only the opposition party which includes the fake news is complaining he ends with this claim raising questions of just how advanced pyongyang's systems are quote if not for me we would now be at war with north korea this all comes as us secretary of state mon mike pompeo engages in a new round of talks with the north the nation's oldest nuclear plant is going to shut down in two months but the radioactive material south jersey's oyster creek plant is going to stay for decades we get the update from kyw's mike denardo ocean county's oyster creek nuclear plant which opened in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine we'll stop generating electricity on september seventeenth according to a plan it's operator exelon submitted to the nuclear regulatory commission under this plan they would not actually began dismantlement work until sometime in the the twenty seventy three timeframe in our c spokesman neil sheehan says over the next six years the spent fuel will be transferred to secure dry storage units that will remain at creek the really are no other options at this point we do not at this juncture have a federal repository for spent nuclear fuel he says the vaults are safe from earthquakes hurricanes or other threats mike denardo kyw newsradio kyw newsradio the delaware valley severe weather information station coverage sponsored by horizon services now the eyewitness weather five day forecast and a very strong ridge by pressure still dominating our pattern which means excessive heat warnings.
"water department" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"Oh were they came after ten years and replaced my meter i pointed that out and he's at all that's just the way it is i've been a part of the water department and southern since i can understand believe they change in meter by changing your meteorite you get better reading could actually lower your costs of water versus increase if you're meters old you may not be getting the right readings on your meter and it might be not in your favor let's go to joe in south berry next hey joe good morning good morning bob love your show look forward to it all week guys really keep me up to date on on what's going on on the world's i'd find this out anyhow i have hp specter and i'm having trouble connecting to the my network occasionally and you know i'll have to restart or go through a whole bunch of different things and hope that at some point it connects i'm wondering how might diagnose that and see if maybe it's my network card or you know try to find out what it is hard wired wireless so you could always go to like another wireless source do you have a friend or neighbor or family member that's gotta wireless service in their home that you could connect you and see how reliable it is well i could but i i know my wireless system is fine i have you know multiple devices and.
"water department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The water department still can't accept payments in any form and the municipal court has been pushing off its case load for a week atlanta became a cautionary tale on government cybersecurity after ransomware exploited weaknesses in its network no word from the mayor's office on when and how the situation will be fully resolved for npr news i'm emily cureton in atlanta this is npr our news hawaii state senate has given final approval for a bill to allow physician assisted suicide for terminally ill patients the practices already legal in six other states and the district of columbia under thinking hawaii bill a doctor could dispense life ending medication but patients would be required to take it on their own the measure automatically becomes law on april seventeenth unless governor david ige vetos it the kenyan judges find three government officials over the deportation of an opposition leader who says he was detained in an airport this week after returning to nairobi as npr's ofeibea quist arcton reports the officials are accused of defying a court order to release the man judge george or donga had ordered kenya's interior minister police chief and the head of immigration to appear in court or donga has find them the equivalent of about two thousand dollars each and a smaller some for the immigration chief to be deducted directly from their salaries he find them for defying the order and failing to release opposition politician and lawyer me guana guna kenyanborn me guana has twice been deported in as many months by the authorities who claim he carries canadian and not kenyan citizenship begona flew back to kenya monday but was not allowed to enter the country and says he had nowhere to eat sleep or shah before being roughed up drugged and forcibly deported to device thursday ofeibea quist arcton npr news on asian stock market shares are up slightly up one percent in tokyo following gains on wall street the dow jones industrials rose two hundred fifty four points i'm shay stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from home advisor matching homeowners with local home improvement professionals for a variety of home projects from repairs to remodels homeowners can read reviews of background checks pros and book appointments online at homeadvisor dot com and the corporation for public broadcasting.
House passes STOP School Violence Act
"The nationwide walkout of high school students is now history when the walkout ended the march and rally began can't even give you a number at so many people i'm cheri gregg city hall now i'll tell you how philly students use the national walkout and what changes do you want to see right here at home the philadelphia water department wants a rate hike with all that infrastructure it needs to be maintained i'm pat loeb at city hall philly aids thrift which sells second hand merchandise to center city storefronts distributes more grant money to organizations that do their best to fight hiv aids i'm steve tawa in sports temple loses to penn state in the first round of play in the nfl team cbs news update houses approved a bill that would spend a half billion dollars over ten years in a program designed to stop school violence like the florida high school shooting that left seventeen dead louisiana republicans steve scalise stop school violence act that gives students teachers and law enforcement more tools to actively identify a potential shooter before a tragedy happens it would improve coordination between the schools and local law enforcement virginia's bob goodlatte vis bill empowers students teachers and law enforcement and trained them how to recognize and respond to warning signs the bill passed on the one month anniversary of the parkland school shooting and the same day thousands of school students walked out of their classes to call attention to school gun violence i want to get out of bed scares come to school to learn i love to be better in my life instead of losing cbs news update i'm jim shanavie.
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Of the water department has been working overtime to repair an abundance of maine breaks and you've been noticing the majority of people are really reporter evan thankful i'm andrew kremer for the second time in three days there is a deadly house fire in philadelphia unfortunately we suffered another tragedy iin tim jimenez and christy joe hanson remembering the victims who died in a north philadelphia blazed over the weekend there's always a bigger picture thing with mad including an eleven year veteran at the city's fire department it's the biggest tech show of the year making the screen a lot clearer and sharper almost speakers and alexa now it a lot more competitors what to expect from c yes in las vegas i mean bush are merit way on a college football national champion will be crowned tonight as georgia takes on alabama down in atlanta business opening middle of trading on wall street and the dow is upbeat points nasdaq down appoint sp 500 is down to now the dow was gone negative it is down free points at this minute i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger with a winter weather advisory in effect this afternoon and evening a wintry mix of sleet snow and freezing rain works its way through not heavy precipitation but enough to lead to some very slick travel daytime highs hit the mid thirties and we dropped to just thirty through the overnight as clouds start to break with time but coming up we are on pace to warm up in the next couple of days i'll let you know when we expect to feel a taste of april when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio oh partly cloudy skies 45 degrees we're headed to 34 kyw news time nine thirty two sam's back traffic and transit on the twos plenty of brand bernie has been a very busy rushhour are things is starting to wind down now as promised we have is to county palmyra bridge opening southbound ship in the delaware river everything is stop right now taking a look at the mealey's furniture jam cam the styles.
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Water department says they have had some days during this cold stretch when there were over 20 water main breaks they had to deal with in this morning there is another one a water may break is impacting service on sept as broad street line set this is southbound trains will not stop at the susquehanna dolphins station there was a water main break last night on the street above it's not clear when full service at the station will resume miss care what kyw use andrew kramer tells us crews are working nearly round the clock to stay on top of everything john to giulio with the philadelphia water department says there are always prepared for an uptick in water main breaks this time of year hager apart thing little bit starting in the winter during this cold spell the number of briggs has gone up drastically coming and faster than we have crews who get them so were working to do our best to repair broken what i mean within 24 hours even if it means upping the crews already long hours sir wet there cold they're working sixteen eighteen twenty hour dave and they're coming back to work the next day the do it again sacrifice that hasn't gone unnoticed i think a large majority of the residents are being really understanding right now giulio says they strive to do the best they can with the resources they have andrew kramer kyw newsradio kyw news time five o four investigators from atf in philadelphia fire department are trying to figure out what went wrong in the north philadelphia fire that killed firefighter lieutenant matthew matthew laterna launched saturday kyw justin either reports the turnout was being remembered for his dedication to rescuing both people.
"water department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Credit union 24 hour traffic center it's mariam webster's word of the year look ups for the word feminism increase by seventy percent over last year some of it peg to a january women's march spikes also occurred during various revelations of sexual misconduct during the year feminism has been in mariam webster's annual top ten for the past few years each shared word of the year in 2015 with other ism's the first dictionary reference for the word was back in 1840 wong the original destination was more about physical characteristics now it's the theory of the political economic and social equality of the sexes and organized activities on behalf of women's rights and interests steve kathan cbs news nfl network has suspended analysts marshall faulk i taylor and heat evans after a woman who worked for the network as a wardrobe stylist accused the three of sexual misconduct any kanter describes several sexually inappropriate encounters jim chenevey cbs news i'm frank printer and locally philadelphia police are searching for a pair of man who they say robbed an elderly woman in the city's rauner section monday after claiming to be water department workers kyw christian joe hanson tells us officials are trying to combat this kind of trickery with an ongoing education campaign least around seven thirty p m when officials say two men in their meat delay 20s knocks in the door of an eighty two year old woman living on roosevelt boulevard near hartill avenue they posed as water department employees earthy police spokesman captain sekou kennedy who says the victim not the men while inside the home one of the people distracted are and out for some located a large amount of money and stole it from our he says it's a reminder to anyone not expecting utility workers to call nine one one firstly of an internal political that allows the direct connection between us a call centres at the various utility companies part of the collaborative campaign called be sure before you open the door they can look at their own directory and see if in fact someone from their utility companies was dispatched to your address or to your or to your neighborhood kristen johanson kyw news radio now here's your eyewitness weather forecast the arctic air has arrived in it will only get increasingly more frigid.