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"WCBS news radio 80. Radio com station. No. Three on Monday morning President's Day and we have an icy forecast for today. Tonight and tomorrow, often on, although in some places it will be a rain mix of freezing rain mix. Other places could have an icy accumulation. We'll get to that in just a second. Millions of New Yorkers with underlying health conditions now are eligible to get their covert shots. As expected, though the process of making the appointment well, that is off to a rocky start, and WCBS reporter Sean Adams has more about that this morning from Westchester County Center. New York state's online covert vaccination scheduling system was overwhelmed Sunday when eligibility opened up to three million more people, folks with high risk health conditions, Age 16 and up. Conditions like cancer, diabetes, heart, lung, liver and kidney disease. These people now have the green light to get an appointment at one of the large state run sites that might take a while. Yesterday, folks had to wait on line. Many received a message telling them to try again later. James Solomon has diabetes and high blood pressure. He says. It pays to be persistent. My wife what she did. She put the cell phone and just leave. It landed on the couch with her. I'll speak of form and file that someone would come around. She would answer she got through the state Health Department reports. 350 appointments per minute were scheduled online yesterday to be eligible. Assigned. A letter from a doctor is required. Even though vaccine supplies are getting a 20% boost from the federal government to demand is still far greater in white Plains. Sean Adams WCBS News radio 80 80. There was a fire this morning in flushing at a house. It has killed a man. And an eight year old boy, possibly his son..
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"Evolve into a virus that escapes the vaccine and in sports we got the Knicks beat the Trail Blazers, Islanders and Penguins play Now. WCBS News Times. 7 30 another snowstorm headed our way It will last until Sunday afternoon. Let's check in with our meteorologist Danielle Middle to find out how much we're getting. Daniel. Well, well, Joe, we are looking at the snow getting underway around 7 A.m. or so here tomorrow, boarding, so right around sunrise And then that's no. Six with us here into tomorrow afternoon, Looking for things to wrap up lie about 45 o'clock or so tomorrow s O a quick hitting snow event here for the area. The heaviest of the snow looks to occur about 10 A.m. or so tomorrow morning through about 2 to 3 P.m.. And then again, tapering off from there could see things, though. Start off in the form of rain or more of a wintry mix for portions of the Jersey shore in Long Island, but expect everybody to change over to snow and generally a 3 to 6 inch accumulation here for the city and pretty much most of the surrounding suburbs, just a few locally higher amounts possible, and with this coastal storm set up Looking at those higher amounts to be mostly for the eastern part of Long Island here, Joe All right. Sounds great. Thank you. Danielle. WCBS news time 7 30 to Nassau County Executive Laura current says the storm will force covert 19 vaccination centers. That's scheduled to be open amount to close. Those with vaccines. Schedule for tomorrow will be rescheduled for Tuesday. Suffolk County ran out of vaccine so with sites were already scheduled to be closed Sunday. The vaccine centers in New York City will be open tomorrow, and the mayor says the city is prepared for tonight. Storm is asking people to stay home and off the roads to let the Sanitation Department do its job clean up of the well over a foot of snow that fell at the beginning of the week. You don't have to be put on hold Sunday because more is coming. This is City Sanitation Commissioner Ed Grayson. Not as severe as the last storm but can be probable snow mostly during the day tomorrow, if you can stay off the roads, especially because the snow that's already there can make it tougher to drive in certain areas, While all the roads are passable. We still a lot of build up in on along some of the roadbeds, so that would be a challenge, especially in a residential areas. Grace.
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"News Radio 80 a radio com station 36 degrees right now, cloudy skies We're headed down to 31 tonight at Central Park. WCBS News have it's 903. The NYPD investigating whether one of its own took part in the insurrection at the Capitol where de Blasio says If any city employees were there, they will be fired. Let's get more from WCBS reporter Rich lamb as a deadly serious mayor put it his words. Now any New York City employee who participated in an attack on our democratic institutions who participated in an insurrection at the Capitol will be terminated. Period. The folks who went into that building the folks who went into the capital Threatened lives destroyed. Property did not follow instructions of police officers. Anyone who did any of those things does not belong in New York City public service to applause. You noted. Of course there will be due process but underscored this was an insurrection against our government. It was not a peaceful protest. This was a group of people who attacked our Congress attacked it to disrupt the presidential vote count, the mayor concluded. Anyone who stormed that building trying to disrupt the workings of government. Should not be allowed to serve in government period. Rich lamb, WCBS news radio 8 80. New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Watson. Coleman has now tested positive for covert 19, and she says she's experiencing mild symptoms. She believes she was exposed during the insurrection At the Capitol, she was herded into a cramped, safe room with some Republican lawmakers who were not wearing masks. Watson Coleman says she had already received her first dose of the Fizer vaccine. One of the most top priority for 2021 will be tackling the coronavirus. WCBS reporter Peter High School has more on the governor's state of the state address. Today, the state needs her lifeline from the feds to stay afloat put, Cuomo wants to generate his own economic activity. Cupid closings could be rolled back. We will have nothing left to open. We must reopen the economy, but we must do it smartly and safely and the vaccination effort could get a boost.
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"Burns. WCBS NEWS radio 8 80 WCBS news time is 7 18 time to get a check of traffic and weather together on the AIDS traffic center first what he's seeing out there, telling Kaminski still seeing some brake lights, Linda right in the area of the George Washington Bridge. We're talking specifically on the westbound side of the cross Bronx, right in that area of the apartments. Starting onto the upper level. We had a stall. We had at least one lane blocked here. Other than that, though the Hudson River crossings have really looked good tonight, the outbound Lincoln in Holland and Gwb pretty much everybody rolling right up to the crossings and in good shape. The inbound side has also looked to be good. We did have a couple of issues in Nassau County. We had a crash cleared away on the northern state westbound. I want to park waste. While those javelins have been reopened the South bound side of the Secret Oyster Bay Expressway we had to crash their red at the northern state. That was in the process of being cleared. And no now just coming in on the inbound Guan is now we've had nothing but trouble on the Guanacos Expressway read in that area for Hamilton Parkway we had for the better part of two hours. A truck fire, which had been extinguished and finally cleared out of the way, And now we have a stalled vehicle. It was in the middle of that delay. And, of course, at least one lane is now blocked again in that area. So delays right back across the barriers on the bridge back onto the Staten Island Expressway. I'm Tom Kaminski in the WCBS traffic center. Have her check for five day forecast over to the weather Center to meteorologist Derek Quit. It's guys will be partly to mostly cloudy throughout the night tonight and laid around will come down to a low 36 degrees.
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"Dagostino locations in New York City, says Business has been up 10% in the last few days as people begin to stockpile. People are worried ah lot about that Thanksgiving dinner, and they're buying early and buying quantities. That's a machine. You just said the supply chain is good if nobody panics were going to be okay. Ah, Judge has blocked the city's planned flushing bus way. WCBS is Steve Burns report. The long delayed unveiling of the main street bus way in Flushing was supposed to come on Monday. Not anymore. Got all kinds of things here. Take me is being not well thought out. Well conceived Attorney Randall Ang is representing businesses along the corridor suing the city over its plans to restrict through traffic on Main Street for 3/10 of a mile, something that requires study. It requires thoughtful study and says business is just starting to recover will be hit again if their street parking has lost the idea. The bus way will hurt business in downtown Flushing is completely ridiculous. Bus riders do a lot of shopping to, says Danny Pearlstein at the writer's Alliance with hurting business in Flushing his massive congestion that will be alleviated by this bus way, Pearlstein says the city is one identical lawsuits and other places. Sand will likely win this one as well of the five bus weighs. Mayor de Blasio called an urgent priority back in June. Just one has been installed on J Street in Brooklyn. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS radio 8 80 WCBS news time 8 22 don't minimize the flu. I'm past far knack with the WCBS helpful, well being report sponsored by Valley health system, enhancing the health and well being of northern New Jersey since we expect a twin dem IQ, the flu and covert to be Devil US this winter precision medicine, Dr Florence Commentate says, Do not minimize either one of them. I think the odds are 10 to 100 times more like Re that code. It could be serious and admission to a hospital and death rates are far higher with coding in the flu, because, of course, we have ways of preventing the flu. It's not 100% Make no mistake. The flu does kill the flu does lead you to the hospital and the flu shot alone does not protect you, 100%. It is recommended. However, to get that flu shot this winter. There is some good news in the Southern Hemisphere. The the incidence of the flu has been minimalistic. So that's promising the entire interview it WCBS 8 80. Com slash health. I'm PET FAR neck. WCBS NEWS radio 8 80 this Thanksgiving by a pie that will help your neighbors in need. Local nonprofit food and friends is selling five.
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"Local This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station 56 Fair. It hasn't square and get anything you need done done during the morning hours, because the afternoon is going to be ugly WCBS news time 12 03. A suspect was shot and injured by federal agents during a drug related investigation and arrested the Doubletree Hotel on Route 59 in January. DEA special agent Chris Roberts said the suspect was shot twice by an agent in the leg and the shoulder but is expected to recover. Obviously, it's a lot safer. You got at least one gun off the street, you know, one person, unfortunately, is in a local hospital. And the other people are being detained. The circumstances surrounding the shooting were not immediately clear. But Clark's downtown supervisor George Home and said one of the agents may have been trying to make an arrest. The DEA confirmed the two men were arrested and a gun was recovered at the scene. No bystanders were hurt. Three gatherings in the last two weeks in Suffolk County, either violated limits or turned into super spreader events. And the county executive is talking finds an enforcement. These kind of super spreader events are a threat to our public health, says Suffolk County executive Steve Alone after three recent events first on October 17th a wedding at the North Fork Country Club with too many people 91 guests. Gathering limit allowed under the governor's orders. 50 people one third so far tested positive for covert 19, and there are 159 contacts. That are currently under quarantine over this past weekend at a house in Farmingville up to 300 people, most underage drinking and not wearing mass health departments recommending a fine of $2500. This is the first resident to be issued a fine In Suffolk County for violating the governor's executive orders and in Bellport at an adult's birthday party. Although the group was at 50 people 26 so far have tested positive for the virus. So between this wedding and this birthday party there are 56 positive. Kobe 19 cases The North for Country Club faces fines up to $17,000. The manager did not return my call for comment. Sophia Hold a B C. B S news radio 8 80 a civil rights investigation in today. It's that veterans homes in New Jersey is underway. Mistakes were made in New Jersey is veteran homes during the height of the pandemic, which is why Governor Murphy recently made changes in leadership, But that's not the end of it. This week, the Justice Department launched a civil rights investigation. And efforts supported by Congressman Josh got time. I think we owe the families answers. It's heartbreaking how many veterans uh, perished during behind the cove? It crisis and it was an acknowledgement that mistakes were made, he says. At the same time, though, it's important. This probe tries to identify what went wrong to make sure it doesn't happen again. He's already reached out to make sure the investigation is in political. Where exactly are they conducting investigations to ensure that this is occurring at every state and that they're not cherry picking states At the moment, The feds have focused on New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan, with several state leaders alleging political motivations a week before the election. Kevin Rinko. WCBS NEWS Radio 81st. There was open streets now coming tomorrow. It's open storefronts. Here's Mary deBlasio. Here's an opportunity that will reach over 40,000 small businesses in this city. And will allow them to sell their wares outdoors right in front of their businesses to have a lot more people able to come and buy to be able to expand their staff, the number of people they employ We're going to do it the same way we did with open restaurants, A simple application. Very little red tape. The program runs through December 31st traffic and weather Next WCBS news time. 12 7.
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"Marla Diamond, WCBS News radio 80, 12 32 and early voting starts in New York State tomorrow and across the country Now, 50 million people have voted early. That's a number never seen before. 50 million. This morning in Indiana Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, voted early. President Donald Trump is taking his own advice. Plans to vote in person in the presidential election on Saturday in Florida, where the early voting is underway by the way after the debate, the president has a rally in Pensacola tonight, and Joe Biden is on the road. We'll be hearing from him in Wilmington, Delaware, later. Teams of city voting observers will be fanning out across the city to lower income and neighborhoods of color in an effort to battle voter intimidation. Mayor Bill deBlasio on MSNBC this morning talking about clearly, President Trump has Tried to discourage people from voting suggested the election results will not be legitimate. Some of his followers clearly have been practicing intimidation tactics around this country. We cannot have this So for New York City, and I'd say this for every city and country. We have to have a voter protection program. The mayor says hundreds of lawyers and city officials and volunteers will be out to protect the vote on November 3rd. A high school student is suing his district in central Florida after his parking pass was yanked when he refused to remove a large elephant statue from the bed of his pickup truck. The elephant was painted too. Promote President Trump. Tyler Maxwell says his grandfather gave him the elephant and they painted it red, white and blue ahead of the 2016 election, he says. Now that he can drive and vote, he put the statue in his truck and drove to school on September 14th. His family says This is a violation of his First Amendment rights. The White House has announced a Halloween celebration coming up this weekend. Despite the pandemic, the president and first lady planned agree trigger treaters in the White House South portico was they've done in the past. Just minutes after the White House announced it. Social media activity had labeled in a Corona virus Super spreader event. But the White House has social distancing and masks for everyone aged two and older will be required. CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey with that story that today and in Huntsville, Alabama early this morning..
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"Full house design started a new division called House in a box that designs and furnishes units for the owners because the guests expectations have risen and noise aware was started by a former renter of some units himself who saw needs. Noise aware, sells digital locks and smart thermostats, as well as noise monitors that notify the owner immediately if noise inside or outside is going to cause a problem. Airbnb says. These new businesses around us are the levers that we pulled to succeed. I'm Joe Connelly for Bloomberg and WCBS News radio 8 80. WCBS news time. 5 43. It's time for sports and wow, what a day it's been. Let's talk about Game one of the Subway Series doubleheader. Thie Yankees came from behind and they were down 72 in the seventh inning. They tied it up and in the eighth inning they want 8 to 7. Game two under way Now score is still 00 top of the second Yanks general manager Brian Cashman says the team starting rotation and bullpen are areas of focus to address at the trade deadline. Sports Illustrated said Cashman's engage with other team's trying to figure out what's available on the market place. Teams have until tomorrow at four to make their decisions. The Islanders aim for a 31 Syriza lead over the Flyers in the second round of the NHL playoffs face off at eight o'clock tonight. French tennis player Benoit Paire, tested positive for Corona virus and was removed from the U. S Open pair is the first player to test positive ahead of the Grand Slam tournament, which begins Monday without Spectators. Amid this pandemic. Oh, the San Diego Padres picked up slugger Mitch Moreland. It was a trade with the Red Sox. In exchange, the Red Sox acquired a pair of prospects and outfielder Jesse in Rosario and infielder Hudson Pots. It's 5 44! If you have an unpaid.
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"And local This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station. 73 degrees. We have partly cloudy skies Right now we're going down a 70 overnight at Central Park WCBS news time. It is 103 across the tri state. More than 500,000 electric customers remain without power after the storm. And Con Ed is now offering customers a new option to get reimbursed for food that went bad. Let's get more from WCBS zesty burn. It's never easy when your power's out, but it's maybe even more challenging now, says Con Ed president Tim Coley. Coley, 19 has been incredible impact worldwide. Countrywide is certainly an area. That's why he says Con Ed is now giving customers the option to file a claim looking to get reimbursed for food or medication that went bad thanks to an outage. We really want to stamp out and help out during these really challenging periods. Adding to the claim form on Con Ed's website. Customers need to give an itemized list of losses. If your claim is above $235. You need to give proof of loss like receipts or photos. Maximum reimbursement is $540. Qwali says they haven't had time to register the criticism from customers and politicians that Con Ed was once again UN prepared for a big storm myself. The entire sir team All of our folks in the field are really focused on the restoration of this point. Steve Burns WCBS news Radio 80 All Long Island says most of the 88,000 customers who remain in the dark should be getting their power back later today and the latest by Monday. The utility does admit it is really backed up and delayed by major storm damage that they have to work around. P S E in G Long Island President and CEO Dan Einhorn says they continue to bring in workers from other areas to help, but it is still taking a longer than expected. There are nearly 4000 line workers, tree trimmers and others working around the clock in 16 hour shifts to make repairs. Well, it turns out Queens really got the brunt of the storm in the city, and the cleanup also continues there. W CBS reporter Prissy Collision Has The latest tree removal is underway in this Queens neighborhood? Oh am Commissioner de N. Chris well made a stop here after her briefing Saturday morning from the conversations I've had Queen has the majority of trees as well as the majority of overhead lines and a lot of the power outages as a result of that interaction with the trees and the overhead lines going down. She says. Queens has been the hardest hit among the five boroughs, she says More than 1500 workers are cleaning out trees across the city. Many are in Queens is hardest hit areas like Flushing, Bayside, Historia and Woodside from the city and Con Ed. This was a wind event. There's a lot of trees down. We've brought cruise in ahead of time to make sure that we were prepared for the response. We didn't have more trees down. I think then you probably anticipated and so we brought in immediately. Some extra troops. Cruise to help facilitate removing these trees and Corona, queens. Kristy Kelly she and WCBS news Radio 80 In Connecticut ever sources telling residents in Stanford that they will not be getting back their power until at least this coming Wednesday. Meanwhile, storm damage insurance estimates are climbing into the billions and everyone across the Tri state is worried because we still have months of hurricane season left and forecasters predict. Twice as many named storms will be on the way hurricane season doesn't wrap up till November of 30th. The seasons. Height is usually mid August through October. In 2005 Katrina racked up the highest amount of claims for a total of $41 billion. It's the worst time. Of course, right now for major hurricane issues as a nation is still dealing with the covert pandemic. WCBS NEWS time. It's one of seven with a new iPhone SC for less than 100 bucks at Metro, You rule. It's the most affordable eyes bone on the number one Brandon Prepaid, whether you're studying online or feast Hey, mom, the iPhone. ISI has all you need to switch to Metro and get the iPhone Essie for 99 99 after rebate redemption in six months of service with auto pay Metro by C Mobile rules. Or day limit. One per count slash household requires important validation. Not valid for numbers currently on the demobilised worker active on Metro in past 90 days, restrictions apply sister for details. Now that we're getting back on the road, the stops we make seem more special than before..
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"Local. This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station 78 degrees. We've got partly sunny skies right now in Manhattan. WCBS News. Time is 303 Nassau County executive is calling for a review of what went wrong with P S C. G Long Island during the tropical storm. WCBS Sophia Hall has that story more criticism of the Long Island from Nassau County executive Lower current who says the utility should have been prepared with Plan B and Plan C when it comes to communicating with residents trying to text or call in their outages and down wires. I've been speaking with mayors with faith leaders, community leaders, school board people, you name it, regular resident They're incredibly frustrated. And they say, you know, this new system came out of the ashes of the old one and the old one came out of the ashes of the old one before that, and that there's a real level of frustration. That's why I am calling upon Long Island to do a thorough review. And then come up with the plan going forward of what it's going to be, because This is something that we should be getting right. As far as tree's blocking roadways, she says. The county workers cannot clean up fallen trees and debris tangled in wires until P. S G removes or fixes the wires. First. A spokesperson for a P S G. Long Island says they have thousands of employees out there fixing the lines and everyone should have their power back by Saturday night, Sophia Hold a B C B S news Radio 8 80 Power has been restored to about 435,000 p s. E N G customers in New Jersey But about 140,000 remain in the dark. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell has the latest from Bergen County for more than 40 hours. Until this morning. X has told me a few tribe was blocked. A tree with across the road. The old sack Arado little corner. I was pretty.
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"And local This is WCBS news Radio, 88 radio dot com Station. There's a tropical storm warning, in effect for most of our area because of visa. Yes. Right now. In Manhattan. We've got partly sunny skies. It's 80 degrees. WCBS news time is 503 and more now on Lisa Yes, our chief meteorologist Craig Allen says the storm is basically going to follow. High 95 North all the way up to our area. Well, how else do you get here? Oh, that's right. Yeah. Yeah, all the way from Florida and on up and unfortunately right around Myrtle Beach. They're already getting lashed by some wind and rain, and there's definitely a center of circulation now. That's about 100 miles just a little more than 100 miles to the south of Myrtle Beach, So ah, it definitely reorganizing getting stronger as we were just listening to and it is going to become probably a category one minimal Category one hurricane but still up to about 75 fading mile per hour winds as it makes landfall in South Carolina, then up 95. And as it continues on up the coast, it's not really going to weaken too much because there is basically some ingredients here that will be like keeping one foot in the water, where it gets its its energy from its its fuel and The waters are exceptionally warm this year out there, so I think we're going to be hit pretty hard tomorrow with a variety of conditions here for most of New Jersey as well as the Hudson Valley, it would be with a very heavy rains. You'll have gusty winds with the rainfall. Could could produce flooding and for the eastern suburbs like the Jersey Shore, Long Island, as well as portions of Connecticut. That's where the strongest winds will occur. There could be gust up to about well, let's say, sustained of 40 to 50 miles per hour and gusts of 60 to 70 The farther east. You go out across Long Island and Long Island sound complete forecast details at 50 wait and we will check in with Craig Allen. All our WCBS news time is 505 Well, preparations for the storm are well underway across the area for the flooding that's expected to come. WCBS. Steve Burns has a rundown clearing greats testing doors getting sandbags down. This is a serious form, and we're taking it very seriously empty a CEO Mario Pillow, Keen says. It's all systems go for storm prep across the empty system. We'll be getting the benefits of extensive resiliency efforts that have been going on for years. Since Superstorm Sandy trying to get out in front of the inevitable social media outrage, he says, you will see water cascading down subway station walls. This happens when the street sewer system fails to take on rain. Mayor de Blasio is focuses on Lower Manhattan from the area around south. Three Steve Port going all the way down towards Wall Street. These temporary barriers to stop storm surge across the Hudson Hoboken Mayor Ravi Ball is urging people to get cars out of flood prone areas or it may get totalled. There is a possible Really that cars may not be able to enter or exit Hoboken several points during the day between 5 p.m. Tuesday and 5 a.m. Wednesday. He says only first responders and essential workers will be allowed on Hoboken streets. In lower Manhattan. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS Radio 80 Long Island is bracing for a battering from this storm. WCBS reporter Sophia Hall has that story. People in flood zones are moving their cars to higher ground. Everyone is advised to bring in plans wind chimes and take down patio umbrellas Now account exec Laura current Spoke at Nickerson Beach. Right now, The concern is not so much Sharps as it is rip currents. I've never gotten cotton one and I love swimming in the ocean, so I've been lucky, but you know if you've ever gotten caught in one of those, it's very, very difficult to get yourself out of it, she says. If shelters need to open they will have P p e and social distancing and there was also a full moon with the full moon. It does draw the tides higher. And happening at the same time as a tropical storm. It could cause more flooding. So that's something we're watching very carefully, and we want to make sure everyone knows about it. Sophia Hold that. CBS News Radio 8 80 Well, if you're planning a party in New Jersey you may have to un invite some of your guests will have that story in just three minutes. WCBS news time is 507 Not having identity theft protection is like fumbling around in the dark Was that light switch? Even if you monitor your credit bank statements, you could be blind to other identity threats..
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"This is WCBS news radio, 88 radio dot com Station. Good afternoon break from the intense heat that we've had this week. 75 degrees right now. Here in Hudson Square. Cloudy skies breaks of sun throughout the afternoon. And a high of 79 low eighties in some western suburbs tonight, turning out partly cloudy and sticky with low of 72 203 at WCBS. And Mayor de Blasio giving specifics today when it comes to re opening schools here in the city, double CBS reporter Rich Land has the story. Mayor de Blasio says the school buildings will only open and will only stay open. If citywide Cove it positive test results remain under 3%. When the schools do open. Strict protocols will be enforced, including When one child or teacher tests positive That classroom is shut down, and everyone in it must quarantine for two weeks. If there are two cases, but in different classrooms, the school is closed for 24 hours, and there's an investigation. Chancellor Richard Karan's underscores that the approach centers on health and safety and the expertise of health professionals. We're focusing on the science, not science fiction, Carranza says of a classroom or school has to be shut down. It's not like a snow day because distance learning starts immediately. They're de Blasio says that, unlike high school last fall to limit mixing an exposure, students will study in groups in one place and the teachers will do the moving around. He acknowledges that reopening the school buildings is an enormous job, adding, This is a city that is no stranger to big, challenging, heroic tasks. It's going to take everyone thinking about doing something historic. Rich Lam WCBS news Radio 8 80 double CBS reporters. Sophia Hall is in Nassau County with Haskell's there are preparing for the fall. Removing furniture and having mask breaks or times. One, especially the younger Children. Khun socially distance without wearing a mask are part of the plans for school districts here on Long Island, says Dr Robert Dylan, district superintendent for Nassau Bozize, setting up the guidelines the six foot distance they're all in the process of procuring the PP equipment. Pretty much doing everything it a pretty sure it will be ready to go. And many of the plans include both in classroom learning and remote learning. We won't know until it happens, everything absolutely safe. Nothing is absolute in this world. For the most part, I think Districts and the district leaders are comfortable but the claims they put together Sophia Hold ofyou. CBS NEWS Radio 8 80 Doubly CBS News Time to 05 in the latest show of protest against police brutality in New York City since the death of George Floyd. March today in Manhattan, Titled Take Your Knee Off our Necks. Double The CBS reporter Christie Collision. Joining us Live now outside Trump Tower, Christy. That's right, Mac Them rally is still going strong at here. Yes, in front of Trump Tower and just finished listening to Glenn Car. Eric Garner's mom and Terrence Lloyd, George Floyd, brother and there really are still dozens of peaceful protestors out here. Really all ages, genders and races And they're making noises. Pretty much anything from a bicycle bell too. I mean, so on instruments. I'm seeing tubas and saxophones out here. And speakers here. Really? They're addressing all the protesters here is Kings and queens. They're saying that they're sick and tired of being sick and tired on the signs here are not only for take your knees knee off our next but Take your neo power, healthcare, our education, our housing and a lot more, And they're actually talking about more protests that are going to be taking place this weekend. One around 4 30 tomorrow at Central Park, Max. Thank you. Christy. That's doubly CBS reporter Christie collision at Trump Tower. It's 207 at.
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"Local thiss is WCBS news Radio eight radio dot com Station. 72 cloudy here in lower Manhattan. The showers start to break up a little more, which should be just a cloudy afternoon with a high near 80 McGee overnight with lows near 70 cloudy and more human tomorrow With some sunny breaks, tomorrow's high could hit 88. 10 03 at WCBS New York City has rolled that its health and safety protocols for public schools in the fall. The teachers union calls the plan confusing and absolutely frightening. WCBS is Marla Diamond has the details. All school staff will be encouraged to get a covert tests before returning in September 1 school begins of the cases detected, the classroom will shut down and all of the students in that classroom will be asked to quarantine for two weeks. You two are more students in the same school test positive but don't share a classroom. The entire building will close for two weeks. If a student is not feeling well in school, they will be sent to an isolation room until a parent can pick them up. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. People are very quickly going to see there will not be anything near a normal not until we have a vaccine and people are vaccinated. Mayor de Blasio want schools reopen to take some pressure off parents who can't work from home. The plan, released last night gives parents little notice in the event of a school closure. The mayor in chancellor are expected to provide more details. Later this morning. Marla Diamond, WCBS News radio, 8 80 Airbnb has started removing NewJersey listings where there have been complaints of House parties during the pandemic. Upset neighbours have called Airbnb is 24 hour hotline. Governor Murphy has blamed some of those large parties for the state Surgeon Cove in 19 cases. In all, 35 Airbnb listings have been suspended or removed. A federal judge has ruled the lane Maxwell's attorneys cannot publicly identify her accusers. Maxwell allegedly recruited underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse the judge ruled the privacy of the accuser's must be safeguarded. Newly released documents show Maxwell email Jeffrey Epstein in 2015 even though she says she had no contact with him in a decade and one of the e mails, Epstein tell the Maxwell quote You have done nothing wrong. I would urge you to start acting like it. Go outside head high, go to parties deal with it and quote Another protest march against police brutality and discrimination is scheduled for next hour in Manhattan. It's called the Take your knee Off our next March, It will begin to Times Square and wind up with a rally at noon, a trump tower on Fifth Avenue. Families of George Floyd Brown, a tailor, Eric Garner and others are expected to take part yesterday. Mayor de Blasio is on hand is the city's latest black lives matter. Mural was painted on Jamaica Avenue in Queens. Mural in front of Trump Tower has been vandalized several times. State lawmakers in New Jersey have approved a package of policing and prison reforms more from WCBS Sean Adams. The spirit of Congressman John Lewis filled the New Jersey State House yesterday on the day that the civil rights champion was laid to rest. Lawmakers passed several criminal justice reforms, their answer to the recent protests against police brutality. One measure would make it a crime to call 911 To threaten someone based upon race. New Jersey police departments would have to increase minority recruitment and strive to hire more women and people of color. They would have to develop diversity training and improve strategies for dealing with people suffering psychiatric episodes. Lawmakers also want to eliminate mandatory minimum prison sentences for some non violent crimes. And offer housing assistance to people who have served out their sentences. Sean Adams, WCBS News Radio 80 10 07 at WCBS Think you know the Home Depot. It's not just for flooring and lights for your bedroom. It's everything else for your bedroom mattresses. You can't wait to sleep on nightstands. You can't stand to be without.
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"I'm Steven Greenberg for WCBS News, Radio. 80 2 42 at WCBS Time for Sports. The Mets are holding their breath today as Jacob deGrom undergoes an Emory manager Luisa Rojas says the Graham is day today. He was forced to leave last night's interest squad game with a stick with a stiff neck. Robinson Cano is back, though he returned yesterday, and we'll play three innings in today's interest squad came Mets are expected to be sold by the end of 2024 groups have advanced after the initial bids. The Post reports that one of those groups is getting even stronger. Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and private equity firm Silver Lake Partners have joined the group That's led by Devils owners, Josh Harris. And David Blitzer could be a threat to minority owner Steve Cohen's chances. Football. Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills is one of 87 people arrested at the home of Kentucky's attorney general during a protest he's charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing. WCBS news time to 43. You're never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS on Wednesday afternoon on Michael Wallace, three things to Noah to 45 1 What was touted as a peaceful march on the Brooklyn Bridge turned violent when protesters for and against the funding the police clashed. Three officers, including the NYPD chief of department were injured when they were hit by a chain number two. Mayor de Blasio is considering whether the city can begin phase four of its reopening next week. Governors Island reopened today. The Highline opens tomorrow..
"wcbs news" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Greenberg for WCBS News, Radio 80 WCBS NEWS time. 3 28 It's time for traffic and weather together on the AIDS, hitting the traffic center first Engine Feldman on Linda North outside of the murder Book Parkway. As you're getting towards him, step turn plank in accident has at least one lane blocked. He's almost back to the Southern states speaking ofwhich slowing traffic between Queens with wants Parkway getting hit with heavy rain again. L I e in the northern state, both out of Queens getting to Glen Cove Road, Seeing some delays on the eastbound side in westbound on the northern state By New Hyde Park Road, There was a crash that has been cleared away bumper to bumper traffic on the East side on the FDR pretty much between the Brooklyn Bridge and the 59th Street Bridge. Both directions more delays. North bound up to the R F. K. Henry Hudson. Both directions between 96 Street in the treatment planned very slow there. The delays also continue North bound. Getting up towards the George Washington Bridge. Flooding on the Belt Parkway West bound by Rockaway Boulevard Past Cross Bay Boulevard. By Erskine Streets, You've got flooding as well to watch out for on the beat Kiwi and a couple of spots by the Brooklyn Bridge, also by Cabin Plaza and also on Hamilton Avenue. By the on the Iguanas. You've got flooding there. It is a slow ride on the beach areas. Well, Lincoln Tunnel flooding on the in bound side to be aware of Justus. You're crossing into New York. Trouble at the Holland Tunnel. You're looking at delays about 10 to 15 minutes to the outbound Georgia at least 45 to an hour on the westbound Cross, Bronx and the Deegan South bound, jammed up from Van Courtland Park to just before the cross Bronx Expressway. We see an accident there on ways here's meteorologist Bob Larson and the WCBS Weather Center. I'll pick it up right here and we will continue with the downpours and we'll give you a full forecast details coming up shortly, but.
"wcbs news" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Job. I'm Steven Greenberg for WCBS News, Radio 80 For 28 at WCBS time for a check up traffic and weather together to the roads we go. Here's Ian Stark back you, Mike. The G W B is a road. It's a slow road that Bridget doing about eight miles an hour right now, if you travel to York From Jersey. So expect heavy traffic approaching the bridge has been happy driving across the bridge. If you're heading into the holidays, delays on the approach be Lincoln, I think is your best option that once you're in the Lincoln Tunnel, it move pretty well in the Holland also is a slower, so I think the Lincoln's the winner there the parkway, you're seeing delays on the South bound side from 2 80 down 78 again from 4 42 back seat, 1 25 and then again, South bound approaching Exit, 105 That's Route 18 and tendon falls and, of course along the shore. You got traffic on Ocean Avenue through obey headman looking seaside heights. The typical stuff. No accidents there to report also be traveling to New York via the couples. You see delays on that the Arizona was having its broken where there's delays on the inbound. Go Addison on the belt. You have an accident reported on the merit heading past Route 70 of delays from X 30 back to Route 7 95 is also slow from seven down into Darian on Long Island washer delays in Nassau County on the westbound side. Of the lady from Glencoe Road heading toward Shelter Rock Road. The Northern States have arrived. This other states still very heavy anywhere for America Avenue heading out towards about Exit 16. Now, the forecast WCBS Weather Center mostly clear tonight with a low of 73 4 Tomorrow, it'll be another hot day with some sunshine and afternoon or evening..
Saudi prosecutors say Khashoggi killing was premeditated
"Including the maximum strength light a game available that prescription they numb aggravated nerves for affective lasting relief for Aleve. Try would I use? Salonpas light Kane plus in the silver box with the Blue Wave. Steve. Said that me down here. What are you a yellow booger? I live in nanny slug, Steven what are you doing in my room and your sense of adventure? It's been a long time since we've had an adventure in the Monto features the forest last year, I'm slug Steven it took me a long time to get here. You're right. I should get out. Yeah. I did not that far away. Hey, mom. Come to the forest where the more adventurous you lives. Check out. Discover the forest dot org for cool places nearby. Brought to you by the US forest service and the Ad Council. WCBS news time, it's one zero three. I'm Michael Phillips L E in the six eighty WCBS. Marilyn news center city of Baltimore audits, says the city's police department can't effectively track officers hours or prevent overtime fraud and overspending because of a reliance on antiquated systems police, and the mayor of said overtime is mainly caused by an officer shortage the city council be asked today to again approved the use of twenty one million dollars in excess tax revenue to pay for police overtime Enron do county. Police have confirmed that human remains were found Tuesday evening behind a church in Glen Burnie. The remains were discovered. By a citizen behind the church of the good shepherd on and county. Detectives are investigating Maryland drivers are doing double take on Halloween display in Baltimore County while traveling west Joppa road, he's not dead. He's a real dummy. Tim Luebbe says the dummy dressed as a construction worker lies face down on the edge of his front yard at Joppa road. One driver said she turned the car around after a sixteen year old son spotted the dummy she says his positioning made him seem much more realistic. But ultimately, she found it funny in sports Thursday night football the four and three Houston Texans hosts the foreign three Miami Dolphins in the NFL game tonight in college football number thirteen West Virginia trying to regroup after its first loss of the season, they host Baylor and number twenty five Appalachian state takes its first ranking in program history into a cell sunbelt showdown against longtime rival Georgia. Southern your weather. Channel forecast is next guys has a little blue pill. Let you down again. Have you tried everything and nothing's working? We have men's health LTD dot com. Ken and will help we've helped thousands of men in Maryland regain. Gained their manhood. We don't want you to hear this. Hey, it's okay. We'll try again this weekend when she's really thinking not again, I wish he would just fix it for me when what you should be hearing is. Wow, a men's health LTD dot com. We know we can help fix it for her. So until the end of the month, we're offering a fix it for her appointment with our medical professionals for one hundred and fifty five dollars during your visit. Also, check your testosterone and your PSA at no charge. This is a savings of well over one hundred dollars. And if you don't see positive results during that visit the visits free again if you don't see positive results during that. Visit the visit is free. Call now four four three eight nine to seventy to ninety two four four three eight nine two seven to nine two or set the appointment at fix it for her dot com. Four four three eight nine two seven to nine two or fix it for her
"wcbs news" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Thank you. Danielle WCBS news time seven ten a Manhattan sex attack case against former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, reportedly is falling apart. Here's WCBS reporter Mike's melts. It NYPD source speaking with the New Yorker earlier this year described Weinstein accuser Lucia Evans, as a quote highly credible witness with corroborating evidence now that evidence is being called into question. The daily news reports that a personal law kept by Evans contradicts. The details surrounding her own accusations that Weinstein forced her to perform a sex act on him in exchange for an acting job. When she was twenty one years old Weinstein faced criminal sex act charged due to Evans's allegations. And now that could be. Threatened. The overall investigation into Weinstein may have a cloud over it too. As multiple reports say, the NYPD in Manhattan District attorney's office are scrutinizing the conduct of the lead NYPD investigator looking into the Weinstein case over claims that investigator may have improperly coached Evans, the DA's office declined to comment on those reports the NYPD did not directly address the investigation into its lead investigator, but says in a statement, it is fully confident in the overall case it has pursued against Weinstein, Mike, smells, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty governor Cuomo's outlined thirteen billion dollar plan to expand JFK order thority executive director Rick cotton says ninety percent of the thirteen billion dollar plan is set to come from private investors. A consortium of airlines, including Lufthansa air. France, Korean airlines, and Japan Airlines will build a dramatically expanded south terminal and on the north side JetBlue will develop a make. New international terminal adjacent to its existing terminal. These two proposals will demolish three outdated undersized terminal buildings. They will utilize to vacant sites and build two world-class international terminals, one anchoring, the south and one anchoring the north cotton, noting this historic project would both increase capacities and achieve best in class customer experience from curb to gay, and he promises JFK's complicated roadway system will be dramatically simplified. The new terminals are supposed to begin to open in two thousand twenty three rich, lamb WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight WCBS news time seven twelve..
Baltimore, Soccer and Andro discussed on Sean Hannity
"Michael Phillips l. and the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news. Center several cities are suing, the Trump administration in. Federal court for allegedly sabotaging Affordable Care Act, Baltimore City solicitor Andre Davis says of the suit filed today in US district court in Baltimore. It's to safeguard the fundamental rights of Baltimore residents to healthcare by stopping the Trump administration's unlawful, efforts to. Sabotage the Affordable Care Act a Hartford. County grand jury has indicted a, veteran Harford, county. Sheriff's deputy on two counts of. Theft scheme the outcome of. The criminal probe and or the internal probe could result in the. Dismissal of forty two year old senior deputy Christopher J Allen officials didn't reveal the nature of the allegations and, sports indoor soccer, the ten time champion. Baltimore blast will host the Canadian national indoor soccer team tomorrow night at seven oh five at, Thompson, university, CQ, arena, at harbor. Place in, downtown, Baltimore, eighty, five, degrees eighty four Columbia reporting a four zero four I'm Michael Philip Pelly, six eighty WCBS news, I, had, great results I lost. Seventy pounds way to sixty five and went. Down to one ninety five my. Doctor told me if it works for you then do it a. Lot of people say how you lose the weight I says I take Andro four hundred. Every day. I'm going to take it forever that was wall talking about Andro four. Hundred now, listen to Bob has to say when you listen to your radio commercials you say that's not possible but since I've experienced it your, commercials aren't strong. Enough I am seventy six and I've had a belly for way too long my whole. Body is shrinking my energy level has gone up and don't think differences Andrew Philander it's great stuff by tried other, products and nothing. Happened..
US Press Secretary Sarah Sanders weighs in on China's trading practices
"WCBS Marilyn news center with the news at three thirty one stocks edging higher today putting the s. and p. five hundred on track for its fifth consecutive weekly game after data showed the pace of US hiring. Cooled slightly in July thirty minutes before the closing bell the Dow Jones industrial, average, was up. One hundred nineteen points to twenty five four forty five the s. and p. five hundred index up ten. And the NASDAQ was. Up a. Point two. Seventy eight oh four White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that instead of retaliating, China should address longstanding concerns about it's unfair trading practices including those laid out in a March report by, the us by the office of the US trade Representative the United States accuses China of using. Predatory tactics to obtain US technology including outright cyber, theft, enforcing American American companies to hand, over trade secrets In exchange for access to the Chinese market at a. Rally in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, last night President. Trump tore. Into the so-called fake media saying some journalists have diminished what he accomplished at its SINGAPORE Singapore's summit. With North Korean leader Kim Jong UN Trump said the fake media offers up faking fake disgusting news he also questioned the tough questioning he received during his meeting in Finland with Russia's Vladimir Putin last month it's. Eighty five degrees in downtown Baltimore reporting at three thirty two I'm Michael Philip, six, eighty WCBS. News what happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom now it seems like you're constantly getting. Up to pee and. You're even. Getting up..
Trump Administration Eyes Capital Gains Tax Cut
"Good afternoon. I'm Michael Phillips, Kelly in the six eighty. WCBS Maryland news center at the news of four thirty one the non trick non waiver trade deadline was at four this afternoon. And the Orioles had some big plays today. They traded second baseman Jonathan scope to the Milwaukee Brewers and they traded Kevin Guzman and Darren o'day to the. Atlanta Braves is not yet clear what players actually. Will be coming back to Baltimore in either deal Facebook says it has uncovered sophisticated. Efforts to influence you influence US politics on its platforms the company said it removed thirty two accounts. From Facebook and Instagram because they, were involved in coordinated behavior and appeared to. Be fake the company says it doesn't know who is behind the efforts but there are signs it may be connected to Russia the Trump administration studying the idea. Of reducing the taxes levied on capital gains but no decision has been. Made yet on whether to Proceed the change would involve taxing capital, gains profits on investments such. As stocks are real estate after taking into account inflation which would lower the tax bite capital gains taxes are currently determined by. Subtracting original price of an asset from the price at which it was sold and then. Taxing the difference without adjusting for inflation right now at the inner, harbor in downtown Baltimore Eighty-three degrees and it's Eighty-one right now at. Baltimore Washington international, Thurgood Marshall airport reporting at four thirty two, I'm Michael Philip Kelly. Six eighty WCBS news the FOX, business report brought to you by audiology associates when silence is not golden call, audiology associates four ten nine four four thirty one hundred From the FOX business network on Wall Street, markets rallying. On the final day of July the best month for the Dell and s and p five. Hundred since January.
Maryland hits record-high drug deaths, fueled by fentanyl
"Kelly and the six eighty WCBS Marilyn new center Maryland notching a record high number of drug deaths last year fueled by an alarming increase of feno related fatalities amid an escalating epidemic newly released figures from health department show there were twenty two hundred eighty two intoxication deaths in two thousand seventeen nearly ninety percent of those deaths were opioid related feno related deaths have increased forty two percent in two years heavy. Rains over the last weeks and ten million gallons of stormwater mixed with sewer water into Baltimore's streams and harbor the department of. Public works said much of the water was released through structured overflows that are part of a more than one. Hundred year old sewer system designed. In sports, ten more former students have sued Ohio State University over alleged sexual misconduct by now deceased team doctor accusing school officials of facilitating abuse by ignoring complaints from requiring some athletes to get. Physicals from him to maintain their sports participation and skull Ships it's ninety degrees. In Baltimore, reporting at three or four I'm Michael Philip. Kelly six. Eighty WCBS, news right.
Baltimore lawsuit blames oil and gas companies for climate change
"White for two in the six. Eighty WCBS, Maryland new center additional charges filed today against Jared. Rommel's, the, suspect in the deadly. Shooting at the capital gazette Indianapolis last month. And Toronto county prosecutors filed a Twenty-three count indictment charging rumbles with attempted murder assault and weapons offenses in addition to five counts of murder the, filing, apparently, is procedural stat moving the case to. The court where Ramos would. Stand trial meantime police in Toronto county may change the gear and. Weapons that are used when confronting gunman chief Timothy al-tamaari says he has begun making changes including asking the training, academy to research, rivals with shorter barrels. To allow better maneuvering in crowded spaces Baltimore. City is a lawsuit seeking to hold accountable, oil, and, gas, companies, for damages. Associated with, climate, change, city, officials, accused the fossil fuel companies, have knowingly contribute To what they call. The potentially catastrophic consequences of climate change so d- solicitor Andre Davis says, the company's new for decades that, their products would harm communities like ours the Orioles back at it after the all star break at Toronto tonight seventy seven Kevin. Kisner and Zach Johnson share the clubhouse lead at the British Open round to WCBS news time one, oh four.
Terrapins, Baltimore City and Michigan discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Traffic node, inner loop of the beltway southeast side report of. An, accident, and shoulder blocked there. At Frederick road so look for a slow. Traffic approaching with a bit of a backup to back to the I ninety five route one area interloop of the beltway southeast side Baltimore City has filed a. Lawsuit seeking to hold accountable oil and, gas companies for damages associated. With climate change city officials accused the fossil fuel companies of knowingly. Contributing to what they call the potentially catastrophic consequences of climate change city solicitor Andre Davis says the company's new, for decades that, their products would harm. Communities like ours free train struck and killed. Two women who were walking near railroad tracks, in, Montgomery, County, police, say a. CSX train, hit, twenty, five, year, old Diana Peralta. And Thirty year old Christina Segovia of Gaithersburg Germantown police say they die from their injuries at the scene and they are investigating why the women were in the area Maryland football picked fifth place in the big ten. East division a new poll of writers from around the conference tough to crack the top four Ohio State Michigan state Penn State and Michigan the writers have the Terrapins finishing ahead, of Indiana, and Rutgers WCBS news time twelve oh four weekend. Weather after this No there's water. Everywhere dad a pipe broke my poor carpet we need a plumber fast this plumbing we need somebody to clean up this, water and runner ruder does water clean up to find a..
GE, Frank Lubar and General Electric discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"They speak three numbers, four six. Nine the cooked up pick four six six three one I'm Frank Lubar six eighty, WCBS news FOX business network General Electric's business continued to. Decline in the spring quarter. But not at the pace Wall Street was expecting its earnings report is. Encouraging for a company that's restructuring its power business was weaker. GE's aviation and healthcare businesses improved GE says. Its planned to sell off twenty billion dollars worth of its business units is substantially complete crispy cream could be getting into the, cookie business nation's restaurant. News has the doughnut. Business which is owned by investment firm j. a..
Trump’s U.K. Visit: Pomp, Protests and a Bombshell Interview
"Closing bell the dow jones industrial average up two hundred nine points to twenty four nine zero nine the s and p five hundred up twenty one and the nasdaq composite was up ninety five to seventy eight eleven president trump and his wife melania on their way to a black tie gala at blenheim palace near oxford england or they'll be joined by british prime minister theresa may the dinners trump's official welcome to the uk during their first full visit since the president's election the president war tuxedo and mrs trump wore a pale yellow gown as they boarded a helicopter to the gala nato chief jens stoltenberg says that despite president donald trump's fire and brimstone approach to this week's summit the us president has had an impact on the commitment by alliance members to boost their individual military spending stoltenberg says today that the clear message from president trump is having an impact and a potential witness in the slaying of black teenager emmett till says he's talked with law enforcement about the case in recent months till's cousin wheeler parker said today he's pretty sure investigator asked him about what happened in a mississippi store the day till whistled at a white woman before his slaying in one thousand nine hundred eighty five eighty six degrees three thirty two i'm michael phillips six eighty wcbs news you have unfiled tax returns your tax debt by name is greg talbot was strategic tax resolution people with tax debt tend to way too long to seek help i'm here with chip it was facing a similar situation jet well like many people greg i think i kind of ran from it and hit from it and the others will just go away but when they start sending threatening letters about levies and withholding your wages and so forth and you finally come to a point when you have to deal with it i owed about one hundred and thirty thousand dollars and having worked with you you reached out to the irs.
Frank Lubar, Delta Airlines and Jetblue discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"Seven i'm frank lubar six eighty wcbs news from the fox business network delta airlines is reporting a better than expected spring quarter it's also raising its quarterly dividend fuel prices are higher delta says it has seen early success in addressing those higher prices jetblue and budget european airline norwegian are both also reporting increased business this spring merger news arizona's based mining company freeport mcmoran is fine the copper mine business from rio tinto it's paying three and a half billion dollars twitter says most users will only lose four or fewer followers now that it has removed accounts that we're flagged for suspicious activity though popular twitter feeds including those from celebrities will lose more the dow was down two hundred nineteen on wednesday nasdaq up forty two the s and p lost.
Johns Hopkins says "zero risk" after accidental release of tuberculosis
"Wcbs news time six oh three rob white bird in the six eighty wcbs maryland newscenter a sevenyearold girl found shot in the back seat of a car in south west baltimore police say the girl is a shock trauma fighting for her life she was found unresponsive in the car on the corner of edmonson avenue and north loudon avenue no word on a suspect or how the shooting occurred to cancer research buildings johns hopkins hospital evacuated today because of possible to burke yellow says contamination but the evacuation order has been lifted hospital officials say the baltimore fire department investigated the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis authorities now saying there was no risk of infection to anyone newsrooms across the country pause today to observe a moment of silence for five employees at the capital gazette were killed a week ago orioles at the twins tonight eight ten eighty nine.
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure
"Cbs news time four zero three rob white verde in the six eighty wcbs maryland news center to cancer research buildings at johns hopkins hospital were evacuated today because of possible to burke yellow says contamination hospital officials say the baltimore fire department investigated the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis and at some employers were isolated for evaluation the hospital says the two buildings were evacuated as a precaution newsrooms across the country pause today to observe a moment of silence for the five employees of the capital gazette who were killed a week ago the baltimore sun media group observed a moment of silence at two thirty three pm at its offices at annapolis baltimore and carroll county that's the same time a gunmen attacked the newspaper in annapolis with his shotgun last week baseball tonight the orioles at minnesota at eight ten the national was trying to break a five game losing streak or home to miami at seven oh five rob white six eighty wcbs news hey sean hannity here did you know the government accounting office has come out with a recent report which suggests that retirees have income annuities as part of their retirement plan now income annuities can provide a guaranteed income for life but.
Pennsylvania man sentenced to life in prison for quadruple murders
"And the ad council these six eighty wcbs news time three minutes past five o'clock monomers mirror continues to defend former police commissioner darryl desouza even as violence in the city increases and investigators expand their probe of the sousa who've resigned because of federal tax charges brought against him narrow pew says i watched his work and then pleased with where we are in terms of reducing violence pew says national search for his replacement will be undertaken but that she's also open to considering internal candidates meanwhile desouza will make his initial appearance in federal court on monday desouza is looking up to a year in prison and a twenty five thousand dollar fine for each charge a twenty one year old man has pleaded guilty to murder charges involving the gruesome deaths of four young men at his family's farm in pennsylvania blonde of the victims included a student at baltimore's loyola university caused komo denardo faces a sentence of life in prison prosecutors say denardo enlisted his twenty one year old cousin sean cats to participate in the murders cats is also expected to plead guilty in three of the deaths baltimore's saint francis academy is the target of a class action lawsuit involving a former teacher at the school and a sex abuse case the teacher twentysevenyearold ryan panel is also named in the suit the.
Davis Lattimore, Kellogg Company and Michael Philip Kelly discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"And the six eighty wcbs marilyn news center at the news at four thirty one south korea's yonhap news agency says north korea's canceling a high level meeting between the two countries in his threatening also to cancel a summit with the united states do ongoing military exercises between the us and south korea the two koreas were set to hold a meeting tomorrow at a border village to discuss setting up military and red cross talks to reduce border tension and restart reunion between families separated by the korean war abortion rights groups said today that they have filed a lawsuit challenging the nation's most restrictive abortion law and i a provision that bans most abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected around the six week of pregnancy the american civil liberties union of iowa and planned parenthood federation of america said they filed the lawsuit israel has asked the turkish consul general in jerusalem to temporarily leave the country today the move came after the turkish foreign ministry temporarily expelled the israeli ambassador to protest the use of deadly force on the gaza border in the us decision to relocate its embassy to jerusalem a shooting at a party after a frederick high school prom resulted in frederick second fatal shooting of the year seventeen year old ian leonel davis lattimore got into an argument with another party goer and allegedly fired a gun towards the house where the post prom party was being held eighteen year old genesis marine mccarter burrito suffered a gunshot wound to the neck and was later pronounced dead a thirteen year old boy living at the home was treated for non fatal gunshot wound to his calf policing neither was davis lattimore is intended targets ninety degrees for thirty two i'm michael philip kelly six eighty wcbs news from the fox business network the dow snapping its eighth session winning streak over investors concerns about higher interest rates and trade the dow closing down one hundred ninety three points nasdaq down sixty s and p five hundred down nineteen at a time of widespread hunger in the country that kellogg company is closing operations in venezuela as a result of continued economic deterioration the maker of frosted flakes rice krispies did not specify what led it to pull out of venezuela but said none of its products should be commercialized there without its permission and target is catering to men who want to.
Baltimore, Michael Philip Kelly and White House discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"And the six eighty wcbs marilyn news center at the news of thirty one federal prosecutors say in court filing that the criminal probe that led them to raid the offices of donald trump's personal lawyer this week is focused on his personal business dealings in the filing with the court new york prosecutors blacked out a section describing what crime they believe trump attorney michael cohen has committed but they provided new details on the investigation which they said has been going on for months the us ambassador to the united nations says president trump is in letting anyone rush into a decision on possible military action against syria for its use of chemical weapons nikki haley who was at the white house meetings yesterday and was heading back to dc for meetings today said you don't rush decisions like this if you rush decisions like this you make a mistake she told reporters at u n headquarters in new york more than one thousand bodies most of them believed to be as lama state group fighters killed in the militants last dan and mozell have been buried in a mass grave outside the city a provincial official says hundreds more bodies are still strewn across and buried in the neighborhood where i as lama state fighters held out the longest in the city nine months after they were defeated in fighting that flattening area it's eighty four degrees in baltimore eighty at the airport reporting at four thirty two i'm michael philip kelly six eighty wcbs news the fox business network all the major averages closing lower for the day but higher for the week among the losers today on wall street financials while energy companies rose the dow closing down one hundred twenty three points nasdaq down thirty four and the s and p five hundred down eight and j p morgan chase the biggest.
Russia warns UK over ultimatums, points at nukes
"Says he's delegating responsibilities at the end of the work day today to deputy secretary of state john sullivan tillerson says he will be formally stepping down from his post at the end of the month and calling for an orderly transition to mike pompeo the cia director whom president trump is designated as tillerson successor pending confirmation by the senate encouraged state department employees to remain focused on their jobs the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman has warned britain against putting ultimatums to russia reminding the uk about its nuclear arsenal the spokeswoman says that no one can come to parliament and say i give russia twenty four hours a reference to britain's prime minister giving russia a deadline to explain how a russia designed nerve agent could have been used to poison expi sergei skirt ball and is gonna russia has denied involvement and prominent producers and celebrities like matt damon ben affleck and paul fake are jumping on the inclusion writer bandwagon following frances mcdormand's oscar acceptance speech black panther actor michael b jordan was one of the first linda's public support to the concept after the oscars for his company forty three degrees four thirty two i'm michael philip pelly six eighty wcbs news hi sean casey i'll get.