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New York Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be Restored

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:31 min | 4 hrs ago

New York Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be Restored

"Week after tropical Storm It's ideas. More than 70,000 homes and businesses are still without electricity across the tristate con Ed had hoped to have lights back on for just about everyone by late last night. That did not happen. Let's go live to White Plains and WCBS reporter Sean Adams, Shawn. Yes, Governor Cuomo. Responding to this, he says he is as serious as a heart attack. He will pull the plug on Con Ed. He says. Con Ed and P s E G. Long Island have done a lousy job week after the storm, and there are still scattered outages. We do not abide by the concept in New York that anything is too big to fail. Your franchise can be revoked in hard hit. Westchester County executive George Latimer is frustrated thes utilities are licensed by the state of New York. And it is the state of New York that has the authority and the power over them. People say. Well, can't you talk to them and get my lights on? We talked to them all day long. What I can't do is order them. Con Ed says. It's singular purpose is getting everyone back and close to 4000 crews are out there trying to do that right now. Once power is restored to all the state Public Service Commission will investigate. Where the utilities prepared did they have adequate crews at the ready? Did they communicate effectively with struggling customers? The village of Mamaroneck mayor has put out an E mail to residents urging them to file complaints with PSC.

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Has Trump abused his presidential powers?

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:43 min | 10 hrs ago

Has Trump abused his presidential powers?

"Democrats and Republicans think President Trump overstepped his authority this fast weekend when it's an executive orders on extending Corona virus relief after Congress failed to agree on a bill Well, CBS News White House correspondent been Tracy Talked about this this afternoon with anchor Michael Wallace would do. A couple of things are released. The president says they will do a couple of things. He says he is protecting people from eviction, deferring student loans extending for $100 Federal on unemployment benefit and also suspending the payroll tax. But we should say that there are major caveats for all of these for eviction protections. He simply is telling his agencies to review whether or not They should protect people from eviction for the unemployment benefit that $400.25 percent of that has to come from states and we're already hearing from governor saying there's no money to do that. And then on the payroll tax suspension. This is really just referring that tax. You still have to pay it back down the road, and it doesn't help you if you don't have a job, because if you're subject to the payroll tax That means you're getting a paycheck. And then there are many in Congress who are saying they claim this isn't even constitutional. Some of these orders Yes, You basically have a Democrat, saying that across the board, saying, this is unconstitutional. It's Congress that gets to decide funding levels and allocate taxpayer dollars. But you do have some Republicans, including Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, who came out and called this unconstitutional slop. The president did not like that. He fired back on Twitter, saying that passes a rhino, a Republican in name only and accusing him of going, Roque. Lord of these orders on the constitutionality question. Leave us when it comes to Ah, Corona virus relief. Is there any other talk of trying to get a bill done? Got a question here is if these will be challenged in court, which obviously would slow down any aid that would come of these. But almost everybody in Washington, especially on Capitol Hill believed that at some point they all have to sit down again and hammer out some sort of legislation because even if what the president has done magically works It still doesn't address the issue of funding for schools. It doesn't address any more funding for small businesses for states and local governments, and also the direct payments to families that President Trump And the Democrats. Both say they want by the way, Ben, What are you hearing about the President's plan for his acceptance speech at the Republican Convention. Where is that going to be? Do we know yet? Well, the president has tweeted out again. Ah, kind of teasing of the location of this, He says he has now narrowed it down to two locations. One would be the White House. That's something he has talked about. In recent weeks. The other would be Gettysburg. Pennsylvania, the site obviously of a very famous civil war battle, So we'll see you the president's doing a briefing this afternoon. We'll see if he shed any more light on that. All

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NY governor calls Trump's executive order 'laughable'

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:53 sec | 11 hrs ago

NY governor calls Trump's executive order 'laughable'

"Federal stimulus package on hold. Now, President Trump is trying an end around with executive orders that he signed off on this past weekend. Now governors across the country or Well, having their own reactions to this, and we got one around these parts of $400 boost and unemployment benefits might sound good, but governors say it's impractical. President wants 100 bug said to come from the state's governor, Brophy says they're already going broke. The solution. Calls for states to create a new program We can't afford to begin with. This would cause New Jersey and Connecticut hundreds of millions of dollars in New York for 1,000,000,000 Governor. Cuomo thinks the president's actions are unconstitutional. I think this seriously legal questions, it'll be challenged, and no one will get anything. Cuomo calls the plans laughable and unworkable.

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Feeding America CEO on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting access to food

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:32 sec | 16 hrs ago

Feeding America CEO on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting access to food

"Pandemic is wiping out some food banks. It is simply unprecedented these times and for food banks and the feeding America network. The pandemic has seen more people seeking out help. The CEO of feeding America Claire Babineaux Fontinot tells CBS this morning. The need is only going to get greater course for the next 12 months. Our estimate is that there's going to be a £17 billion meal need, she says 18 million Children could be food insecure within the next few months. Steve

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Trump calls for college football season to go forward

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:27 sec | 17 hrs ago

Trump calls for college football season to go forward

"Several conferences already postponing their season's college football could be the next sport fall because the pandemic I'm Stephen Portnoy, the president pushes back on the college football conferences. Retweeting Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence's post with the hashtag. We want to play. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says. Mr Trump wants college athletes to be ableto live out their dreams. She offers. No advice is now the players or their coaches could do so without increasing the risk of spread. Heavy

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Gun sales continue to surge in New York

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:17 sec | 19 hrs ago

Gun sales continue to surge in New York

"Gun sales are soaring during the Koven 19 pandemic. The NYPD says 4000 city residents applied for gun permits between January and June. That was a 90% increase from last year. Demand is creating a backlog. Some of those applicants may have to wait more than a year to get their gun licenses.

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Chicago mayor says looting was "straight-up felony criminal conduct"

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:33 sec | 19 hrs ago

Chicago mayor says looting was "straight-up felony criminal conduct"

"Mayhem along the magnificent mile in Chicago, looting and even shooting at police officers. The violence broke out overnight. Police shot a black man during a gun battle earlier in the day. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is not legitimate First Amendment. Protected speech. We're not poor people engage in petty theft to feed themselves and their families. This was straight up felony criminal conduct. 13 police officers were hurt, responding to the violence, and over 100 people were arrested in Chicago last night. And early this morning

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New York Yankees Cool Off in a Heated Series Against the Rays

Midday News

00:23 sec | 21 hrs ago

New York Yankees Cool Off in a Heated Series Against the Rays

"Air off that two and five road trip. They struggled at the Trop in ST Pete, losing to the raise three out of four, including a walk off loss yesterday. It will be the Yankees and the Braves tomorrow in the Bronx tyro. Estrada was called up from the alternate site when Giancarlo Stanton would on the injured list. Estrada Has been sent back to the alternate site. No corresponding roster move has been announced yet by the Yankees again. The

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60 violations issued to New York bars, restaurants over the weekend

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

60 violations issued to New York bars, restaurants over the weekend

"Bad news. Some neighborhood bars and restaurants are in danger of losing their liquor licenses in New York because Mohr of them because the state liquor Authority and state Police task force caught 60 of them violating social distancing rules Friday and Saturday issued 26 violations yesterday for bars and restaurants that were violating the rules. One in the Bronx, too, in Brooklyn's drive in Manhattan, 16 in Queens. To a national Come on Queens. We need the NYPD. To step up and help in New York City Governor Cuomo in this conference call yesterday with reporters, saying local governments also have to step in on that front and press the bars and restaurants to keep to the social distancing

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Heat advisory for New York City

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Heat advisory for New York City

"Check check out out this this forecast forecast there there who who he'd he'd advisor. advisor. I I see see that that Matt Matt Randy. Randy. Yeah, Yeah, we're we're back back at at it it again. again. We We have. have. It's It's starting starting up up here here as as we move tomorrow at around noon, and then we're carrying it on until 8 p.m. Wednesday. And you'll feel it even as we move through the overnight hours here and sticky out there with mainly clear skies level load out of 73 then tomorrow hot and humid was sunshine and a few clouds I up to 90 but with the humanity is going to feel like it's in the upper nineties. Staying mainly clear, inhuman tomorrow night with some patchy fog late now lying areas low down to 74 remaining in human again on Tuesday with intervals of clouds and sun. Here we have a chance for an afternoon shower thunderstorm. It will be a hit or miss activity with a high of 2 90 again. Really sunny and still sticky on Wednesday with the shower or thunderstorm around, then a high near 90 and then as we move into Thursday, while times of clouds and sun love another shower heavy thunderstorm with a high of 85 And rather cloudy and still human on Friday with the shower thunderstorm in the area High 83 right now it's clear to partly cloudy. Temperatures reach for 71 in Scarsdale 81 in Newark in Midtown in 79 going down to 73.

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North Carolina has strongest earthquake in 100 years

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

North Carolina has strongest earthquake in 100 years

"Strong earthquake hit North Carolina this morning near the Virginia border. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ola has the details. The strongest earthquake to hit North Carolina and more than 100 years shook much of the state, southeast and mid Atlantic. Just after 8 a.m. Sunday, the 5.1 quake was centered near the North Carolina mountain town of Sparta. Tom Tusi was having coffee on the front porch of his cabin. The coffee was coming out of the cups sloshing around. Inside the cab and things were following over. No serious injuries have been reported, although there has been damaged in the mountains of North Carolina and Virginia.

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Former Education Secretary John King on the Trump power transition

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

04:07 min | 3 d ago

Former Education Secretary John King on the Trump power transition

"10th Secretary of Education is our special guest. John. I want to pick up where you just left off. Because I think it's important Transitions are important American government of the Trump administration transition for a lot of reasons, some of which I outlined in my book, Mr Trump's Wild Ride was uneven to say the best to say that it's best most charitable Because of decisions. People inside that transition made people who got thrown out of that transition process. It was very, very uneven, but the meeting's nevertheless occurred between the outgoing administration and the incoming administration. Give us more context and specificity about this conversation with the incoming Trump administration about a pandemic. Well, the idea Wass and this is something that the Bush administration did with the company Obama administration and president aggressive effort to do that's right. That's right, because Continuity of government is important and you want to make sure the incoming administration is prepared to deal with any eventuality. And President Obama was very clear from the very from the day after the election that we were going to make sure to have a smooth transition as possible. And we began preparing for that even before the election, And then once the election happened are our task was to have a very smooth finish. Unfortunately, The Trump Administration was slow to assemble their transition teams there was to get people to the agencies. This meeting of the Joint Cabinet meeting happened just a few days before they're not gracious, And the idea was at that point to make sure that, uh, Cabinet members were briefing each other on how to deal with these potential crises. And what some of the issues are that Come on. We covered a wide range of subjects is multiple hours. We're sitting in pairs each with our cabinet counterpart. And one of the topics of discussion Wass. How do you deal with the pandemic and What implications would've pandemic have or every agency And during that time secretary of the boss and I talked about how he dealt with colon and each one and wine and some of the implications for schools of a pandemic. But the idea Wass that they would be ready to put those plans into action if they were faced with These kinds of disasters and in fact, the discussion was about a respiratory illness that that was a pandemic that started overseas and how you prepare for that, and we talked about The urgency of getting personal protective equipment, the urgency of getting testing and place the need tohave queer science based communication with the public. They just didn't do those things. Any sense why it's hard to get inside of Ah, heads of the current interest and will observe that a large share of the people who are in that meeting are no longer in the street. All right, But you could also get a sense of a meeting like that, whether or not people are interested or following or devoted to that particular. Task. Look, it didn't it didn't feel Then there was a ton of urgency in the room about these issues. But this look, ultimately the president was responsible. And AH term president set a tone from the very beginning that was dismissive of the pandemic. You know, he said, Oh, this is just going to go away. They're very few cases. It's all under control. And missed a crucial period of time. To get in place the structures necessary for personal protective equipment, prevent the laters for testing and contact tracing system. But the tragedy is Even after those mistakes and seeing the cost in human lives, they still aren't addressing those fundamental issues were still behind. Virtually all of our international appears in dealing with this and that

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2020 MTV VMAs will no longer be at Barclays Center, network says

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

2020 MTV VMAs will no longer be at Barclays Center, network says

"It turns out the MTV Video Music Awards will not take place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center as planned. The plug got pulled after both MTV and Barclays mutually decided not to have the event inside the arena because of safety concerns. The show will still happen, though at several outdoor locations around the city, 2020 be amaze will be held on Sunday, August 30th and honor New York's incredible resiliency. Audiences will be very limited adhering to all state and city health guidelines. Nominations is Hero led by Ariana Grande es and Lady Gaga with nine apiece, Billy I'll ish and the weekend each have six

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Upper Manhattan New York Goes Dark Overnight; Con Ed Says Outage Unrelated To Storm

Midday News

00:17 sec | 3 d ago

Upper Manhattan New York Goes Dark Overnight; Con Ed Says Outage Unrelated To Storm

"Over to contents is three networks were hit by the Manhattan blackout that lasted almost 1/2 an hour from the upper west of the Upper East Side in Harlem. The vague explanation is that a problem in the transmission system is to blame for those three networks going down, and they were new outages in Queens this morning, including around middle Village that they're still

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Cuomo Expected to Reveal new York Schools Decision, But Says It's Ultimately Not Up to Him

Midday News

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Cuomo Expected to Reveal new York Schools Decision, But Says It's Ultimately Not Up to Him

"Well, the governor of New York after saying a decision about city schools would come this week may have changed his tune somewhat. The decision he now says will be made on a region by region basis and that parents will play a big role. It is not just a question of the state or the local school district, pronouncing that the schools are going to be open. The parents are going to make the ultimate decision on a practical level. Governor. Cuomo has previously said that he would order schools to reopen if the infection level is down to 5% or lower right now and then no higher than 9% when school starts. New York state's level has been right around 1% for a matter of weeks now, But the governor warns that because the virus bread is seeing increases across the country and could come here There's a possibility that at the shutdown again

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Millions left without power in the tri-state area

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

Millions left without power in the tri-state area

"1.1 million homes and businesses without power this morning around the tristate area after Tuesday's tropical storm different storm, But the same frustrated response from Governor Cuomo. It's not a sunny day business. It's in every day business. And if it's only for sunny days Then Then we we should should pay pay them them less. less. And And let's let's have have a a caveat caveat that that if if there's there's a a storm, storm, you you may may not not have have power power and and you you may may not not have have power power for for several several days. days. Okay, Okay, then then reduce reduce my my bill. bill. The The governor governor says says 7000 7000 emergency emergency workers workers have have been been called called in in to to help help with with power power restoration at the state's expense. Even with that, the utilities say all power won't be restored until sometime early next week.

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Trump says he signed order reimposing 10% aluminum tariffs on Canada

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

Trump says he signed order reimposing 10% aluminum tariffs on Canada

"Imports, the president announced he's reimposing 10% tariffs on some Canadian aluminum products. Earlier today, I signed a proclamation that defends American industry. I re imposing aluminum tariffs on Canada. Canada was taken advantage of us. As usual, The Trump

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Navarro: Trump Executive Order on Drug Prices a "Beautiful Thing"

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Navarro: Trump Executive Order on Drug Prices a "Beautiful Thing"

"White House trade advisor Peter Navarro spoke with CBS News What this executive order does. It's a beautiful thing. It's pure trump. It's by American for our government agencies like the Department of Defense, HHS and Veterans Affairs. It sweeps away some of the regulatory barriers to traditional manufacturing pharmaceuticals on our shores here. The president will be signing the executive order today during his visit to a World Pool appliance factory in northern Ohio. But so far the headline out of that event has been that as they tested people for Corona, who'd be close to the president turns out the governor of Ohio. Mike DeWine testing positive for Corona virus. His office says he's not exhibiting, though. Any symptoms. There was a big overnight fire in the basement of a house in Paterson, New Jersey, and police say they uncovered a

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02:49 min | 5 months ago

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"WCBS news time is seven o'clock. The NYPD is issued a cease and desist letter to Google demanding it remove alerts about police checkpoints from its ways app. WCBS Mike shmelts with more. The Google odious ways alerts drivers for different obstacles on their trip from road closures to accidents up ahead. But also whether a cop cars camped out waiting to catch speeding cars are drunk. Drivers. Those alerts are submitted by ways app users the NYPD cease and desist to Google says though that anyone who posts the locations of DWI checkpoints, maybe engaging in criminal conduct. Michael cross professor at the incident Scalia law school at George Mason University disputes that claim made by the NYPD saying he knows no law that prevents citizens for telling other citizens where police officers are. It's a different story. If I in an individual case, iphone, the Bronco, and I say get out quick police are on their way that Justice. Now, I know people are committed. Crime. And I'm telling the criminal how to avoid that the police are on their way. But that's got nothing to do. With what's going on with weight? The NYPD says it will pursue all legal remedies to prevent the continued post of the DWI checkpoints calling it irresponsible and dangerous information. Mike shmelts to be CBS News Radio. Eight eighty doorbell video and baseball hat help. Police catch would be home burglar on Long Island are so feel hall with that story, Tom. Cruise says last fall his house here on meadow street in garden city, got broken into ipads, were stolen. So he decided to get a security system. And boy did it pay off two weeks later on a Saturday afternoon in October. He got an alert on his cell phone that someone was trying to break in. We were blown away. And I like not even sure like what you're seeing. It was like almost.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"wcbs" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS news time seven eleven a New York City firefighter in full dress uniform was charged with drunk driving and sheep's at bay after hitting a pedestrian on the sidewalk this marine Parkway in Quentin road. Matthew Wilson thirty six was driving a firefighters union vehicle away from fallen firefighters. Steve Pollard's funeral when he allegedly hit the pedestrian police officers say police officers say Wilson refused to take a Breathalyzer test. WBZ news time seven twelve. Times with for sports. I here's Chris lopresti. This is total domination by the chiefs today. They lead the colts twenty four to seven but their defense is actually pitching a shutout loan colts touchdown came on a blocked. Punt recovered in the end zone. Andrew lock second in the NFL with thirty nine touchdown passes. The season has nothing cooking at Arrowhead stadium. Chiefs having scored in the second half either. But they're in control up by seventeen with under ten minutes to go and assuming they hold on. They will host either the patriots at the chargers in next week's AFC championship game still to come tonight divisional round match up between the Rams and the Cowboys at the Coliseum at eight fifteen kickoff. The Rangers began the day. Oh, six and one against the islanders in games played at Barclay center. Finally into the win column after edging the aisles afternoon two to one metre Carello had the tie-breaking goal in the third period. Three game losing streak over for the devils. Do they held out the flyers at prudential center? Three to two local college hoops, Saint John's into the top twenty five rankings number twenty four in the country. But they're trailing to Paul right now at carnesecca thirty five thirty three early on in the second half early. Seton Hall lost at Marquette, seventy seven to sixty Rutgers was no match for Minnesota falling eight to seventy and what sports I at twelve and forty two best every hour. I'm Chris lopresti. What's in store for your business this week at Staples doing business like a CEO.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"wcbs" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS. Now, a check. The WCBS forecast meteorologist Bill Deger this afternoon. We'll be a cloudy and breezy. We'll see patches of fog and drizzle legally in some areas as well a high of fifty two so it will be fairly mild tonight. Cloudy, low thirty eight rain returns late tonight. It looks like a soggy Sunday. Periods of rain, not only that but windy colder. Highs around forty one. We that dry out for the workweek Monday, Partly sunny, breezy forty-seven, colder Tuesday with sunshine, thirty six back up to forty two with more sunshine on Wednesday. Right now. Forty seven degrees. It's foggy and it's misting in New York forty-seven in Greenwich, forty nine in WCBS news time, ten twenty MTA fare hikes will be voted on next month's after the board approved a seventeen billion dollar budget. This week WCBS is more of diamond reports several board members warned of the danger of balancing a budget on the backs of commuters. Scott regular says ridership isn't a downward cycle. We're losing revenue because we have less passengers because we're not having the service of passengers can rely on every can improve that. And attract passengers, we're just not gonna ever work away out of this fare increases will be voted on in January and board member Andrew, Saul said their inevitable, given the bloated bureaucracy. That is the MTA. I mean, this is not going to go on like this and can't go on. And I think this board very soon is facing a situation where we are going to have to have. A massive restructuring of the MTA. There's no question about it. In lower Manhattan, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty fearless girl has a new home in a heroic location. Fearless.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"wcbs" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS news time one fourteen let's get to the Pittsburgh police department down where they're updating us on the situation these officers the police officers injuries at this time or non-life threatening. The other individuals are critical and serious in nature. They were taken to three of the level one level two trauma centers here in the city of Pittsburgh that being y'all gained general UPN safe and UPS, you UPS press B and UPS mercy. At this time. I'd like to say that we have established a phone number. With the assistance of the FBI for any questions from victims families that number is four one two four three two four four zero zero. Once again, it's four one two four three two four four zero zero victims assistance and reunification center has been set up at Chatham college on Chatham campus at berry hall at one zero six berry street, we will have grief counselors there as well as the Red Cross please allow about half hour for the final plans on establishment. That's center. However, there are individuals working to have it up and running as soon as possible. A further brief press conference will be held at the county emergency operation center at four PM this afternoon of which the elected officials and first responders will give you as well as the FBI. We'll give you an update. At this time, this is being considered a federal violation and the primary investigative agency will be the Federal Bureau investigation. I would like to personally thank the many first responders that had responded to this incident today to include the Pittsburgh bureau, far, Pittsburgh bureau place, EMS, allegany county, police and FBI ATF and numerous others that I don't even I can't even count. How many first responders.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"wcbs" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS. Check the WCBS forecast, here's meteorologist Bill Dacre than upper level disturbance crossing. The tri-state early today means a few showers will linger into the mid day hours. But by the afternoon drying out as clouds break for some sunshine a bit breezy as well. Today's high fifty seven chilly tonight is that breezed is down low thirty eight in the suburbs of Forty-six in midtown. Cool tomorrow, we're dry partly sunny, high fifty nine briefly mile there Monday with clouds and showers ahead of another cold front, high sixty seven behind that front sunshine back Tuesday Wednesday, but cooler high each afternoon fifty eight. Right now, we have light rain in central park. Forty seven degrees, whom are one degree forty nine in Gordon city, forty eight in WCBS news time, ten twenty at drug sniffing dog is credited with catching a city corrections officer accused of smuggling pot into a Manhattan jail. Authorities say the dog named BUSTER busted officer Thomas Stewart as he tried to smuggle two bricks of marijuana into the Manhattan detention complex yesterday, the brick sized packages contained rubber balloons filled with marijuana officers. Also recovered one hundred forty dollars in cash they say Stewart had been paid to smuggle the pot to an inmate Stewart faces charges including receiving a bribe and promoting prison. Contraband, New Jersey's minimum wage is going up twenty five cents on New Year's day. The wage will be eight dollars eighty five cents an hour, beginning January first twenty nineteen the department of labor and workforce development says it calculates whether the. Needs to be adjusted each fall by resume reviewing consumer price index. Data New Jersey has one of eight states to adjust automatically based on living costs. The increase comes as governor. Phil Murphy pushes to raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. WCBS news time ten twenty one..

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"On WCBS. A check of the WCBS forecast meteorologist Bill Deger. One does fall begin fall. Officially arrived Sunday just a few hours from now a little over twelve hours. In fact, nine fifty four pm is when will ring in the fall season and tell you what mother nature got the memo because it's starting to feel more like fall out there. Already in the wake of a cold front humidity's dropping this morning. We have a nice breeze. Temperatures aren't bad only going up to seventy three four today with a mix of sun and clouds will take that tonight, partly cloudy, low fifty nine other nice day tomorrow, albeit lots of clouds out there breaks of sun, high sixty eight then any sunshine will fade behind clouds, mud. Day sixty eight again raid likely Monday night, periods of rain, Tuesday, high seventy Wednesday, a little more humid warming up to seventy nine some sunshine a thunderstorm in the area as well. Currently temperatures range from sixty eight at Clifton is seventy three a Bayshore right now, partly sunny, seventy midtown midtown Tanya were heading up to seventy three. Thank you. Bill w CBS news time nine ten if a severe storm is headed your way, you can't really hurricane proof your home. But a few simple steps can help reduce the damage. Hi. I'm Tom Chrysler, and I'm Leslie on WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty with today's money pit home improvement tip. The high-speed force of hurricane winds and the debris. They carry can do major structural damage to your home protections that will help it. Stand up. The superstorm we'll reduce that damage. High winds can Papa garage door off of its tracks and exposure home to explosive pressure you want to invest in reinforced garage door or strengthen the current one. You have with a high wind upgrade kit, a broken window can also be a structural. So impact resistant glass models and invest in storm shutters. If you live along the coast now, roofs, often, go first and severe storms, but simple metal tie down..

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Wcbs fiveday forecast here's bill deger the rest of our saturday will be a rather gray and cool what we'll even see a shower thunder storm on occasion with a high of only seventy three four today war pushes through this evening shower heavy thunderstorm with it then cloudy and humid overnight low sixty eight tomorrow the sunshine does return we warm up to eighty seven we'll be humid and there could be a spotty shower thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening head of a cold front behind that turning less humid sunday sunshine in a breeze high eighty one tuesday sunny seventy nine and partly sunny eighty one again on wednesday i'm meteorologist bill deger in the wcbs weather center right now in central park cloudy sixty two degrees sixty four in this concert sixty two in stamford google is predicting death risk in the hospital here's wcbs's michael wallis signified almost anything on google now the company is predicting when you'll die bloomberg's mark bergen is joining us mark thanks for being with us how does this new technology work this is google's a system and the idea is just a research paper now but the idea to clinical settings basically able to scan loads information about electronic medical records and then they'll spit out some predictive models it'll say this patient has the likelihood of having this disease or having this long hospital stay or even something extremism this likelihood of dying during knowledgeable visit and this is useful how well this is useful.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Wcbs now the wcbs forecast here's meteorologist bill deger the rest of our saturday will be cloudy cooler dreary one will see a shower thunderstorm at times with temperatures going up to seventy three for a high today tonight a shower heavy thunderstorm to start as a warm front moves through then cloudy and muggy overnight lows sixty eight a mix of clouds and sun warmer and humid tomorrow high eighty seven spotty shower thunderstorm in the afternoon or evening head of a cold front behind that front sunny breezy less humid monday high eighty one i'm meteorologist bill deger in the wcbs weather center sixty three degrees cloudy in central park sixty two in stamford sixty three in this concert wcbs news time eleven forty i'm peter greenburg and this is today's worldwide travel minute we've all heard horror stories about entire sees of discarded plastic floating in the ocean and recently a whale died after ingesting eighty plastic bags but it's not just large pieces of plastic thrown into the water it's smaller pieces like you cigarette lighters and plastic straws and we're talking about millions of straws that ended up in waterways in fact the ocean conservancy now estimates that eight million metric tons of plastics enter the oceans each year now the travel industry is starting to wake up many hotels have stopped serving straws when guests order drinks cruise lines are stepping up as well royal caribbean has announced that it's fifty ships will be free of plastic straws by next year followed by no more plastic coffee stirrers it's also the last straw for the folks at seaworld they've now removed all single use plastic drinking straws and shopping bags from its parks so the next time you order a drink try to remember the reasons why you don't really need a straw for wcbs eight eighty i'm peter greenburg what does your morning sound like she's finally asleep.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

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"Wcbs forecast meteorologist bill deger i guess maybe some raindrops later today yeah we'll see some raindrops crowder day today tanya so far they've been few and far between just some patches of drizzle and a few sprinkles out there but there are some showers to our west and our south across delmarva in eastern pennsylvania so these showers will work through later in the day not expecting a washout we are expecting it to stay cloudy rather cool high just seventy three or four today there could be a rumble of thunder as well especially this evening otherwise cloudy tonight low sixty eight then tomorrow a much warmer day thanks the return of some sunshine a high of eightyseven that could spark a shower thunderstorm during the afternoon and evening as a cold front moves through behind that front monday through wednesday look very nice sunshine patchy clouds less humid eightyone monday seventynine tuesday eightyone on wednesday currently sixty three and cloudy amid town temperatures across the area range from sixty one at bridgeport to sixty seven in highland park will reach a high of seventy three i'm meteorologist bill deger in the wcbs weather center the city is getting pushed back on its plan to open safe injection sites from its top drug prosecutors special narcotics prosecutor brigitte brennan calls it a threat to public safety as the state health commissioner considers the proposal brennan wrote a blistering letter complaining about the city's plan to allow injection sites at four needle exchanges brennan argues the sites would encourage drug dealing and negatively impact neighborhoods undermine prevention messages and education programs about the dangers of drug use and overemphasize harm reduction at the expense of public safety city health officials proposed the needle exchange in may after its second straight year of more than fourteen hundred overdose deaths new york state ended its legislative session without adopting a sports betting bill and soon new yorkers were able to make the quick trip to the meadowlands to play sports bets the racetrack in east rutherford plans to begin offering sports betting on july fifteenth w cbs news time eleven eleven hey parents of.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

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"And wcbs check of the wcbs forecast meteorologist bill deger grey day rather grey day tanya rather cool day for this time of year you know now are high temperature average high temperatures in the eighties today barely into the seventies with a breeze out there with the clouds that are actually feel a little cool at times i seventy three and we're watching the radar for some showers as there is a chance of a shower thunderstorm throughout the day right now the closest showers are in sussex county new jersey and also eastern long island do not be surprised if you see a few raindrops or a rumble of thunder later today especially this evening is a warm front looser some downpours and cloudy and muggy low sixty eight tonight tomorrow much warmer eightyseven humid as well partly sunny and i could spark a shower thunderstorm in the afternoon or evening ahead of a cold front behind that front a stretch of nice weather monday through wednesday highs close to eighty with some sunshine right now sixty three and cloudy and midtown temperatures across the area range from sixty one at scarsdale to sixty six and elizabeth emily go up to seventy three i'm meteorologist bill deger in the wcbs weather center wcbs teams time nine ten the city is getting pushed back on its plan to open safe injection sites from its top drug prosecutors special narcotics prosecutor brigitte brennan calls it a threat to public safety as the state health commissioner considers the proposal brennan wrote a blistering letter complaining about the city's plan to allow injection sites at four needle exchanges brennan argues the sites would encourage drug dealing and negatively impact neighborhoods undermined prevention messages and education programs about the dangers of drug use and over emphasize harm reduction at the expense of public safety city health officials proposed the needle exchange in may after its second straight year of four than fourteen hundred overdose deaths it's a nine eleven at wcbs as a business owner do you ever wonder if your business ever closes early aren't there or if it.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Now the forecast from the wcbs weather center and unsettled and rather dreary day today on saturday we'll see clouds will be rather cool as well with a shower at times even a rumble of thunder a high of seventy three a warm front moves through this evening a heavy thunderstorm with it otherwise cloudy low sixty eight tonight that much warmer and humid tomorrow partly sunny shower thunderstorm in the afternoon good evening ahead of a cold front high eighty seven behind that front sunny breezy less humid monday high eighty one i bill deger in the wcbs weather center right now sixty four degrees for long island city it is sixty three in new hyde park sixty one for bayshore and sixty four degrees under cloudy skies for central park more than just the headlines this is new york's newsradio cbs news radio eighty yacht confusion at the border over how to get separated families back together this as a delegation from connecticut is heading to texas to witness exactly what's going on with immigrant families sorrow and protest after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in pittsburgh in sports the struggling mets have made a couple of roster changes right now sixty four degrees it's cool it's cloudy on this saturday the twenty third day of june good morning to you i'm cheryl simone w cbs news time eight thirty one connecticut congressman jim himes among a couple dozen politicians headed to the southern border today but his wcbs reporter steve burns tells us they may not be welcomed with open arms judging by how connecticut senator richard blumenthal visit when things may not go entirely smoothly for congressman jim himes.

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Wcbs weather center cloudy with some rain and drizzle at times early this morning lows sixty three mostly cloudy later today with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm high seventy three a shower or two saturday night low sixty eight sunday very warm and humid with some sunshine and a shower thunderstorm around during the afternoon and evening sunday eightyseven monday partly sunny breezy not as warm endless humid high eighty one i'm meteorologist michael simeone wcbs weather center sixty four and breezy point it's sixty four in basking ridge also sixty four out in freeport we've got a heavy rain fog miss type thing going on right now in central park sixty three degrees ninety three percent humidity so it is certainly human out there w cbs news time twelve thirty more than just the headlines this is new york's newsradio cbs news radio eight eighty thousands of migrant children remain in detention even after president trump's executive order reversing the separation of families policy this week cell phone data can't be used to track a criminal suspect unless police get a search warrant that's according to a supreme court decision friday the accused manhattan bike path attacker was in court friday sipe sipe defended the islamic state he pleaded not guilty to charges in new jersey now have to be at least eighteen to get married governor murphy says the new marriage law puts an end to child marriages and helps young women in sports yankees lost to the raise two to one the mets fell at home to los angeles five to it is sixty three degrees and cloudy on this saturday june twenty third good morning i'm mac rosenberg w cbs news time twelve thirty one cbs news update one will thousands of separated illegal immigrant families be reunited how many and how and where questions much of the federal government scrambling to answer after president trump's big policy shift in reaction to pictures and audio of crying babies correspondent mary of al now this is all about space yes immigration customs enforcement says that they can keep families together but the question is where do you put them we do know that is put out oppose asking for fifteen thousand beds and the pentagon has responded say they have up to twenty thousand beds available for migrants at several military bases in both texas and in oklahoma some democrats senators visited temporary tent city connecticut senator richard blumenthal and if you're sensitive humanity is not deeply offended it is costing you as taxpayers two thousand dollars a day for every one of those young people cbs news update on i'm tom foty it's twelve thirty two a wcbs are still thousands of children who haven't seen their parents in weeks wcbs reporter steve burns has more on several who are in elizabeth new jersey speaking with faith leaders here outside of federal detention center new jersey senator bob menendez says things just keep getting worse in the trump administration's immigration policy today we come together to say there is no way to justify such profound injustice the president's latest executive order he says does not end the detention of people seeking asylum of keeping children out of the tension is to put entire families detention that is not a solution now he wants answers from the federal government as to how it plans to reunify families for kids that may be too young to even say their own name menendez says he hopes the federal government kept identifying records in elizabeth steve burns wcbs newsradio eight eighty at twelve.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Wcbs and let's get the forecast now for our fathers day weekend here's meteorologist michael feeny clear to partly cloudy early this morning low sixty nine degrees later today mostly sunny and very warm on father's day high eightyeight sunday night warm and humid low seventy one monday mostly sunny very hot and humid recordtying high of ninety five on monday with a heat indices around one hundred degrees in the afternoon tuesday partly sunny very warming here would with a shower thunderstorm high eightyeight wednesday clouds and some sunshine high eighty two thursday partly sunny high eighty four i'm meteorologist michael simeone the wcbs weather center currently seventy one degrees clear skies in midtown wcbs news time it's one forty open house weekend at fire stations in the city the fda says getting to know the community is more important than ever w cbs's steve burns has more on that it's the fourth year the fda unwise opening the doors fits fire stations for all little ones included to see jacob is holding his daughter olive who couldn't contain her excitement walking toward the fire engines climbed in the firetruck and she sat in the chair and she's looking at the hoses and seeing how they all work they are also giving out smoke alarms which commissioner dan niagara sees says imperative seventy five percent of the debts in this city for no working smoke alarms a city has already seen fifty people die in fires this year that's more than in all of two thousand sixteen and on pace to surpass last year's total of seventy three here we are today once again working with the public to make them aware to.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Fifties then father's day tomorrow looking to be another nice june day we'll be pretty warm with a high eightyeight but with low humidity and a good deal of sunshine raw data we stay warm and humidity increases mostly clear with the low seventy one at midtown and then the mondays rather hot humid day it'll be partly sunny high of recordtying ninety five i'm meteorologist frank straight to the wcbs weather center eightyone dairy and it's seventy nine and say acid and eighty six at newark liberty wcbs cbs news time five forty a woman who was hit by a shopping cart that was thrown off in east harlem overpass has won a jury verdict of forty five million dollars marian hedges was struck by the card in two thousand eleven and nearly killed she suffered brain injuries to teenagers had tossed it from a seventy nine foot high overpass outside a target store in east harlem hedges sued target the shopping mall and the security company for negligence she said the businesses ignored past incidents with shopping carts she says she plans to donate a portion of the money to support the johnson community center on east one hundred thirteenth street a second sheriff's deputy in kansas city kansas has died after being shot while an inmate was being transported to a courthouse police there confirmed forty four year old deputy teresa king died early today from injuries suffered when the inmate overpowered the two deputies yesterday police say it's possible that king and the other deputy who was killed thirty five year old patrick rohrer were shot with their own firearm wcbs news time five forty one.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Than ten minutes on wcbs now the wcbs forecast here's bill deger pressure building into the area warm high pressure that's so we'll notice temperatures going up over the next few days in fact approaching record territory by monday the rest of our saturday sunshine eighty five cooler upper seventies out at southampton around three of the us open partly cloudy low sixty seven tonight others day partly sunny eighty eight tomorrow monday quite hot and humid sunshine some clouds high recordtying ninety five to start the work week the old record from nineteen twenty nine factor in the humidity it'll feel like it's near one hundred in the afternoon tuesday some sun shower heavier thunderstorms as a cold front approaches high eightyeight behind that not as warm wednesday eighty to some sunshine bill deger in the wcbs weather center seventy three degrees gorgeous sunshine in in central park seventyseven in woodcliff lake seventy three in tarrytown it's ten fifty at wcbs this is international surfing day the informal holiday on the third saturday of june was created in part by the surfrider foundation which calls at a time to celebrate and enjoy the beaches and waves that we all love this will be a great day to celebrate the beaches and the wave since we're expecting a high of about eightyfive this afternoon lots of sunshine no rain in the forecast this year's theme is protect and enjoy raising awareness of ecological threats to the coastline in scotland more than one hundred.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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"The forecast from the wcbs weather center sunshine mixed with some clouds this afternoon warm but less humid than yesterday high of eighty four partly cloudy seventy six degrees at post time for the belmont stakes at six thirty seven then we'll turn out rather cloudy tonight with a shower or two around mainly across central and south jersey a low of sixty four i'm meteorologist steve travis and the wcbs weather center right now in the bronx under fair skies seventy nine degrees in brentwood it is seventy six in east brunswick eighty three in central park under fair skies calm winds humidity fortyone percent it is seventy nine degrees more than just the headlines this is new york's newsradio wcbs newsradio eight eighty president trump on his way to singapore to meet north korean leader kim jong hoon he calls it a one time shot for him but he's up domestic a ban on styrofoam back in new york city judge rules the mayor axe gas prices down well yeah from last week not so much from last year he and sports it's the mets and the yankees again tonight at city field it's fair and common eighty degrees on saturday june eighth good afternoon i'm mike sugarman w cbs news time three thirty one to to to to to to do my own sound effects and we go to belmont the belmont stakes peter haskell have you laid your bets down yet the bets have been placed we are ready to go mike funny story let mother line never hear from her she texted me this morning i hear going online yes can you place a bet for me short justify back in her good graces bet not justified she wants justified city want to save the ticket as a souvenir you wanna cash it no no of cash it's done taken care of nothing to worry about got all kinds of bad justify.

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