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Supreme Court blocks strict COVID-19 restrictions on New York houses of worship
"Of New York state's strict attendants limits on religious gatherings. The rules were designed to help slow the spread of the Corona virus. It's 5 to 4 decision highlights tensions that have grown during the pandemic between secular leaders and some religious groups that also opens a window on the new makeup of this court. Now that Amy Cockney Barrett is on the bench. NPR's Brian Mann is in Westport in upstate New York and has been following developments have Ryan Hey, happy Thanksgiving, Ari. Same to you. New York has seen tens of thousands of covert 19 deaths. So what immediate impact is this ruling going to have on the state's attempt to fight the pandemic? State officials say there's no immediate impact. The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish groups brought this legal challenge and state officials have already rolled back the so called red and orange zones that covered their churches and synagogues. So the rule limiting attendance to his fewest 10 people, even in big religious spaces. It wasn't actually being enforced. But the ruling could limit new restrictions here in the future at the number of cases really surges again in New York, and this also sends a message. You know two other governors around the country how the Supreme Court will look it at any of their restrictions. What's the reaction been today from the religious groups that brought this case? Yeah, they've declared victory. They say this is an important win for religious freedom. They point out that New York was still allowing so called essential businesses to operate in Corona virus hot spots without the same level of restriction. And this win for religious leaders is reversal from the Supreme Court's posture just last summer that gave governors ah lot more leeway fighting this pandemic. I spoke about this with Douglas Laycock at the University of Virginia, he's legal expert on religious liberty. Governor's orders in New York, where some of the mystery Cockney and in the country the first case where Amy Cody Barrett really makes a difference is compared to respect her Ginsberg and it slipped the result and they're not going to be different from the governor's anymore. They're really going toe examine closely for signs of discrimination. And Laycock points out, Ari that governors can still restrict religious gatherings. They just can't restrict them in ways that are different from rules for businesses or government buildings. And now New York governor Andrew Cuomo was named personally in the lawsuit. How did he respond to the ruling? He described this as a political statement being made by this more conservative bloc that now defines this court. But in his daily coronavirus briefing today, Cuomo did also acknowledge the complicated tension here. Look, I'm a former altar boy Catholic Catholic grammar school Catholic high school Jesuit, said college, so I fully respect religion. And if there's a time in life when we need it at the time is now. But we want to make sure we keep people safe at the same time, and and that's the balance we're trying to hit, especially through this holiday season. And I should add, are that this isn't really new. Here. We've seen deadly Corona virus outbreaks in New York around religious communities following ceremonies, funerals and weddings, for example, right from the start of this pandemic, and religious leaders have clashed repeatedly with caramel, also with New York City's mayor. Over how far elected officials can or should go to limit new infections. Now, you mentioned that this reflects the new makeup of the Supreme Court, and there was some tense language in the opinions tell us about what the justices said. Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote a concurrence of green with this decision that was pretty biting. He wrote that, according to Governor Cuomo, and I'm reading here, quote it may be unsafe to go to church. But it's always fine to pick up another bottle of wine shop for a new bike or spend the afternoon exploring your distal points and meridians. That's Reference thereto acupuncture clinics that remain open in New York. Meanwhile, in her dissent, Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor pointed out that in the past, the Supreme Court has given public officials broad leeway in cases involving religion where public safety is a concern, she pointed The fact that the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's ban on immigration from certain Muslim countries. So justice Sotomayor suggesting that this ruling reflects a double standard. NPR's Brian Man, Thanks a lot. Thank you worry. It's a tough call to make telling your family you won't be
Boston Police: Woman Arrested For OUI After Crashes In Fall River, Westport
"After allegedly causing crashes and fall River and Westport Saturday night while drunk behind the wheel. Please say 46 year old Kristen Maduro's left the ST John's Club in Fall River while intoxicated, hit a motorcyclist in fall River than crashed into a building and guardrail on Route six in Westport. She was arrested and booked after being released from the hospital. She faces multiple charges. Elsewhere in Massachusetts. A
The Michelle Carter Case
"In westport massachusetts with his mother and sisters that day. Conrad's mother lynne. Never suspected he was considering suicide. She knew he'd seemed presley but as they walked along the shore she and conrad joked about the bathing suits they saw. They discussed his scholarship to fitchburg state university. Conrad took his sister's out for ice cream. Lynn leader said. I thought he was doing great before. I continue with conrad psychology. Please note that. I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but i have done a lot of research for the show. According to the american foundation for suicide prevention one of the warning signs of suicide is a sudden improvement in mood. medical news. Today has reported that this mood shift may occur because the afflicted individual feels relieve that they've come to a decision conrad perhaps seemed calmer and more relaxed to his family because he felt glad in the moment that he was nearing the end the looming decision hadn't been made even as conrad spent the day with his family. He continued text. Michelle for most of that afternoon. Conrad shell that. He felt worried and stressed but he was still committed to going through with his plan around six o'clock pm. Conrad told his mother. He was going out to visit his arianna. She asked if he'd be home for dinner. He told her that he didn't think so. He also texted michelle to tell her that he was leaving. Conrad drove to a k. Mart parking lot and fairhaven massachusetts. He sat in his truck as it slowly filled with carbon monoxide. Just before six thirty he called michelle and they spoke for forty three minutes before disconnecting at seven twelve pm. Michelle called him back. She was on the phone with him for another forty seven minutes until conrad cell phone ran out of batteries. There are no recordings of these phone calls and it's not clear what they talked about but later michelle would confess to a friend that at one point conrad got scared and left the truck to get some fresh air. Michelle told him to get back inside. Conrad listened to her. He got back in the truck then remained there until he died when they hung up at around eight pm. Michelle immediately texted to friends and told them she was afraid. Conrad had killed himself. She neglected to mention that she'd been in on his plan or that she had encouraged him to do it afterward. Michelle tried calling conrad again. The call went straight to voicemail. She continued to call him more than twenty times and received no response. She texted him asking if he was okay after months of conrad suicidal talk. She seemed unconvinced that he might actually be dead eventually. Michelle tried texting. Conrad sister camden asking if she knew where. Conrad was camden. Assume that conrad was at their father's house and michelle apparently believed her. She immediately texted. Conrad i thought you actually did it. She also told him that since he hadn't gone through with suicide. Maybe it was time for him to finally get help. of course. conrad didn't respond the next morning july thirteenth. When conrad didn't return home his mother reported him missing to the police and his family went out looking for him that afternoon. Police discovered conrad's truck parked in the k. Mart with his body inside they also found his phone sitting next to him. Although conrad's death was not at that time considered suspicious. Police decided to confiscate his phone. They thought it might give them answers as to why conrad had taken his own life. In the meantime conrad's family grieved loss on july nineteenth. They held his funeral. Which michelle attended. Some of the family members recalled that she acted oddly. Asking conrad sisters for some of his belongings and even requesting to keep some of his ashes. Conrad's friend arianna said. She sat close to where the family area was. I always described her. Seen as the grieving widow. She was constantly sobbing. She made a scene that evening after the funeral. Michelle texted conrad's phone and made her feel better to text him even though
Man Steals Boston Water Truck, Leads Police On Pursuit
"We have learned a man is under arrest this afternoon after a wild pursuit involving a stolen water tank truck belonging to the city of Boston's Water and Sewer Commission. State police telling W. B C news radio. That truck was reported stolen just before 12 30 said they were able to follow the GPS on board eventually caught up with the truck on for 95 in Franklin. That's when police say the truck did not stop. They tried to pull it over No dice, then apparently it took the exit onto 95 south crossing into Rhode Island. A truck. Then, according to police turning around coming back into Massachusetts. Eventually, troopers were able to deflate the tires and arrest the driver in Westport. That man apparently brought to a nearby hospital to be evaluated, will be arraigned at a later
Driver Cited In Crash That Killed 10-Year-Old Girl In Westport, South Of Boston
"Driver that Jeep Robert Sylvia of Fall River was issued A citation for motor vehicle homicide by negligent operation will be a hearing. Where he'll be summons to court to determine if he should be formally charged. The
Boston - Driver Cited In Westport Crash That Killed 10-Year-Old Girl
"County D. A s office says. It's now identified the 10 year old girl killed in a Westport car accident yesterday, 10 year old and kneeled at Ribeiro died after being rushed to ST Ann's Hospital in Fall River for nine year old sister still in serious condition. The crash happened up to the car the girls were in was involved in a minor accident. As the drivers of those vehicles were stopped. A third car slammed into them. Now the driver of that third vehicle is has been identified as Robert Sylvia of Fall River. He is now facing charges of motors vehicle homicide by negligent operations within the Bristol County D. A s office now identifying the 10 year old girl killed in that crash yesterday in Westport. 10 year old and Nelda Ribeiro, her nine year old sister. Still in serious condition
10-Year-Old Girl Killed, Sister Seriously Hurt In Westport Crash, Boston
"10 year old New Bedford girl is dead after a three car crash on Route six in Westport. Police responded to the crash and found several people with injuries were rushed to nearby hospitals. The most seriously injured included the 10 year old girl and her nine year old sister when the nine year old is currently in serious condition at a hospital in Providence.
"westport" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Westport parkway so if you're heading south just get ready to be on the brakes for a good twenty five minutes or so I'm Julie Rogers next reported six thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen Kiraly weather center forecast well welcome to the month of June I see hotter weather in our forecast I'm in DC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell tonight to be mostly cloudy a low close to seventy tomorrow mostly cloudy a thirty percent chance for a couple of showers maybe even a stray thunderstorm but I don't anticipate anything severe tomorrow's high eighty seven now after that we do two things we dry out and we warm up yeah partly cloudy Wednesday a high of ninety two Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday all mostly sunny highs in the middle nineties okay so there's our heat and then we start to see perhaps some shower or thunderstorm chances early next week but that will depend on a tropical feature that has yet to form right now it's eighty four degrees this portion news for Godwin Bowman and Texas mutual insurance news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now good afternoon or good evening North Texas six thirty one AM Kristen D. as along with David Rankin people in Dallas demonstrating against the death of George Floyd have chosen a new location for their protest Carol these LP Phillips joins us live with the latest LP well there are only about nine people here at the Dallas police headquarters which is where the protest was supposed to take place what happened was about forty minutes ago they got word from the organizers that they were moving at a couple reasons number one a lot of the crown that was down in the outsides of this area we couldn't get through the police lines ringing the police headquarters so they moved it down to the Lew Sterrett jail will that prompted the several hundred people who are here.
"westport" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Don't out of Westport Conn and former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb good to have you back with us thanks the president just tweeted that cases of numbers and deaths are down across the country what are you saying hello this is N. contains yet that doesn't mean we can't go out and start doing things get back to some semblance of a normal life but we need to do things differently we need to define a new normal so when we get back to work we need to get back to work differently when you look across the country you see hospitalizations going up in many states Florida Georgia Virginia Maryland Minnesota Wisconsin Ohio Arizona you saw hospitalizations coming down about three weeks ago over two week period in the last week just trying to see them take up that should be surprising we expected cases the go up and hospitalizations to bump up as we re open but we need to understand this isn't contained and it's still continuing to spread I mean it might not be able to fully contained until we get to a vaccine or better therapeutics singing you said if people aren't careful they can kind of take a little bit of a breather what does that actually mean what can you do now but you couldn't do a few weeks ago well we we think there is going to be a seasonal effect here we don't know how strong that's going to be meeting when we get into the summer particular July and August we should see cases start to come down and so people can start to go out again I think and start to enjoy some semblance of the lives that they want to enjoy over the course of the summer but we should still be careful we should still try to social distance you know now your circle of friends that you interact with try to go shopping a little less try to group your shopping to maybe one time week or two times a week instead of going out every day practice good hygiene with your hands so all the things that we told people to do it we do that on a broad basis across the whole population it could have a big impact on spread but the virus is likely to continue to circulate we're likely to have this slow burn through the summer and then face renewed risk in the fall that we're going to have bigger outbreaks and potentially epidemics in certain states and cities that's what we need to be focused on right now getting the tools in place to prevent that in the fall you know the president went golfing yesterday in a part of Virginia that's still technically under a stay at home order he's not publicly wearing masks at least the vice president went to it to Georgia this week at a state that they initially objected to having relaxed restrictions too soon do you see this public messaging as dangerous because it's not signaling the caution you are saying is making it look like things are back to normal well I think governors elected leaders should be setting a strong example on what kind of behavior we should engage in because if if we do engage in that terrible behavior for more careful in what we do I think that's actually gonna facilitate a successful re opening getting back to the important things getting back to the economic activity and so if we you know cut down a little bit on the social interaction in the social activity things we don't necessarily need to need to be doing we could focus more and doing more things we should be doing to try to restart the economy and that's where I'd be focused that's what I would be messaging trying to put in place good practices so that we don't see an upswing cases we're going to see a bump in cases and we're seeing it right now I'm the question is how much are we then going to have to re implement some of these mitigation steps I hope not I think that as we get into the summer that's going to be a backstop against spread maybe we'll balance it balance out but then we face a fall where we've had this slow burn of infection through the summer it never really went away was never contained and we face risks as we get back to school get back to college campuses get back to work more fully in the fall so all fifty states are opening partially can they stay open in the fall if there's a resurgence the president says he won't shut the country down again I think what we need to have in the fall we need to have in place is really good data to track where the operates are where the virus is spreading at a local level and we put up a tool today on the American enterprises to website that tries to do that is just one tool I think we need to develop better tools like this I know many people in the White House a working on is Kevin Hassett my friend in the White House has been working trying to get more data feeds in to build a tool that can help identify where the hot spots are early so that we can target measures that we want to close down the whole economy maybe don't even have to close down entire status is now breaking a state but can focus on the county's getting testing to at risk people in at risk communities trying to take local mitigation steps so what you might see as local school districts closed down as there are outbreaks but not entire state that's the goal the goal is to get good information more real time so we can target the intervention so we don't have to do this national shut down or even state wide shut downs but that's going to be dependent upon good screening good taste based interventions you believe going actually target people isolate people who have the infection actually look at a local level and know where their outbreaks whether it's in a local factory or shop warehouse or local community do you agree with the national security adviser that the U. S. will get a vaccine before China does and share it with the whole world as he said I think we well I mean that the Chinese have for vaccines in clinical development right now one is based on a novel platform in an adeno viral vector platform the data came out last week in the lancet on that didn't look overwhelmingly strong it was posited provided some immunity it's probably going to work they have three other vaccines in development based on old technology inactivated virus those vaccines if they do work probably gonna provide lower levels of immunity than the platforms that the U. S. and European to working with so I think we're going to have a better vaccine and I think we're probably going to have it sooner based on where we are in clinical development some of the early progress that we've shown the health and Human Services secretary was with us last weekend and said there would only down from fourteen to about a handful of candidates do you know which vaccines are most promising at this point well the two that are perceived to be the furthest along in terms of where they are in clinical development have shown some preliminary evidence of benefit either one by Oxford that was now partnered with AstraZeneca and into vaccine with me during a with their partner with lines on a manufacturing there's a number of manufacturers that are either if we listen to them or not far behind I'm on the border Fizer they have a vaccine in clinical development right now in clinical trials phase one phase two trials J. and J. has a vaccine Merck has a vaccine Sanofi has a vaccine all looks promising based on public statements they made to some of the preliminary evidence that they put out well we hope to see that information about progress soon Dr Gottlieb thank you very much as always for your analysis thanks a lot we'll be right back with a lot more face the nation stay with us sixty years we went from about a hundred thousand factory workers to probably about seven off in the distance you can see some factors are still humming most of them are just kind of banded the restaurant industry right now is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in America and yet it continues to be the absolute lowest paying employer in the United States fairly anybody's making enough to live you're donating plasma to get by it's literally a slave wage I don't remember growing up like this my mom didn't have to go to food banks it's pretty sad how to put this in perspective about how worried we should we're gonna share the newest numbers and critical information on the outbreak land your DJ is tracking the wind of the restaurant business glad you've been talking to doctors what are they saying to you about their experiences doctors and scientists in a race against time get your corona virus every evening we'll show how close they are racing towards your on the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell hi Lauren taxing jobs even before I have no idea what I'm walking into I don't know if the customers are carriers service to be out here did you ever think you would find yourselves at the front line we have the opportunity to bring something valuable to the community and that feels good we have to be willing to change policy to recognize it doesn't seem like it's worth the risk I have to do it I can't take care of myself and my family if you had the choice would you stay home devastating flooding has reached catastrophic levels rising sea levels are threatening America's coasts you would have to take that house and put it on stilts country the street this bill with salt water what difference does it make how high you make your house the concentration of the highest rental rates is exactly where the elevation is high this is what the evidence to prove that cottage vacation with three eighteen hundred in five days you have to be scared every single person who stood up and said I am not paying this rent increase received an eviction patience builds this place then you're getting kicked out yes she welcome back to face the nation we.
"westport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Watch out for the Merritt parkway we see on way south bound as you getting towards exit forty two in Westport there's ongoing construction there too extravagant but less than ten minutes away and WCBS literary we're on our toes through some heavy weather that's coming in later on today let's get the update now from the weather center and Bob Larson when do you mostly cloudy this afternoon a few showers I is sixty one windy tonight with a soaking rainfall along with the thunderstorm wind gusts to forty miles per hour even hired as possible in any thunderstorm rode a poor drainage flooding expected need to watch for rises on creeks and streams loaded I'd fifty six tomorrow mild not as windy clouds occasions son still a couple of showers in the area I sixty seven thirty nice on Saturday mostly sunny breezy with highs up to near seventy right now the cloudy skies but watch out for that to heavy weather coming in we have a flood watch it's going to be going up across the area later on today sixty in port Washington right now fifty seven in Terrytown and fifty seven in Manhattan right now cloudy skies W. CBS news time one forty in the afternoon of the largest teachers union in Connecticut is urging governor Ned Lamont to be very cautious before re opening schools in the letter Jeff leek the president of the Connecticut education association wrote that before opening the schools the state must develop new protocols such as staggering start times implementing new seating formats and changing the way that students walk down the halls between periods some work to do on that if you've been inside a school lately one forty W. CBS news time on Thursday afternoon her to believe but there's one silver lining to the pandemic found time with CBS on education Dr Steve Hughson a fringe benefits if there's such a thing families are sheltering in place as they must in crisis ending this unexpected free time together moms and dads who work long days and nights are suddenly home I've observed all around me yes I've heard the jokes about cabin fever and we're going to kill one another but this is time they wouldn't otherwise have had they're putting aside technology instead they're doing things together everything from sorting snapshots to doing jigsaw puzzles rabbi Joseph protest Nick officiated at the funeral I live stream he made such a great observation which I'll paraphrase a father and grandfather were pushing children on swings one hotel phone cradle to his ear the other didn't it was easy to tell who was who I couldn't have captured it better the news radio eight eighty encouraging listeners to make good use of this found family time I'm doctor Steve QC and our listeners can also head over to WCBS eight eighty dot com slash open for business if you're making your dinner plans and you know it's never too early for that you can find a whole list of places for take out and delivery hello to the Oxford bay shop in ozone park the gourmet grill in mill basin Quiroz pizza Glen head and also rose hill deli in Thornwood pizza deli.
"westport" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Well more than you gotta go you gotta go over to somebody's house no no no we don't know hang on to us I think later on after this yes we do we need a T. shirt for you know studios America we have this you know Stu does merch is where all the merchandise is and whether teachers is just sorry can't make it self quarantine I that's applying for after it has nothing to do with now when it rains corgi I was gonna say quarantine I don't know I might be sick every time I get invited to a party and is really I'm sorry you have to do that I believe the government's lying to us it's worse than they say it is and I'm still I will say this though I'm not afraid anymore because at the suggestion of the president I had a Clorox IV drip week long long and then I jammed a UV light up my **** I mean I'm safe I think now I'm completely so you have no what are they calling it anal seepage cool activity because of angels seepage and I'm like no one even think about that no I don't know Lorena in your pool sorry about that okay add a little more chlorine one one last story here in Connecticut the police department has scrapped their pandemic drone of program this is in Westport Connecticut they are the hardest hit county in Fairfield has abandoned its use of high tech drones that can detect symptoms of coronavirus infection from up to a hundred and ninety feet away while people were like no I don't think I feel comfortable with your drones in the sky this is what's supposed to happen in America and I can't believe that it's happening in Westport Connecticut of all places but thank you Westport Connecticut for standing up and saying enough is enough thanks for stopping by you can hear Pat tell on Pat gray unleashed every morning before this program errors and you can find him wherever you get your podcasts background least all right let me tell you about Norton a fairly popular popular these days for homes to you know have a lot of windows you know just what's in style think about having lots of windows if you have a lot of windows that gives lots of opportunities for break ins lots of opportunities for people to walk by angle wow I want that stuff that's the way it is on the internet if you don't have Norton the whole thing I mean password protection means nothing you need powerful layers of protection for your devices so you can maintain your online privacy what what you need is Norton three sixty they offer you a password manager a powerful VPN with bank grade encryption so you can keep the things like log ins and passwords more secure in private.
Connecticut town reverses course on 'pandemic drones' amid privacy concerns
"O'clock the town of Westport Connecticut said yesterday that it's dropped its plans to use a pandemic drone to help fight the spread of the corona virus because of concerns about privacy raised by residents there under the plan pilot program with drone manufacturer dragon fly the drones would have been able to detect if somebody had a fever or cough and would have also been used to enforce social distancing in public areas in that city where people gather Westport Connecticut among those who had spoken out against the planned drone program was the Connecticut chapter of the American civil liberties union the executive director David McGuire said towns in the state should be wary of self interested privacy invading companies using covert nineteen is a chance to market their products and create future business
"westport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In Westport on the Merritt parkway on the northbound side is getting the area of exit forty two southbound on I. ninety five near exit five there's construction one lane blocked with that now the forecast from the WCBS weather center thank you so we are seeing a still a little bit of sunshine in parts of the area so some places call it partly sunny but there's also some rain already creeping in so we are seeing some light rain in places like Toms River in Belmar New Jersey so they are closer to an area of low pressure when you see the rain first things become cloudy across the board over the next couple of hours and showers are likely for all of us this afternoon and this evening as temperatures drop from forty degrees which are high in the city we're likely to see some snow showers north and west of the city and then also overnight tonight in Long Island and then tomorrow it's kind of the reverse instead of starting out with sunshine and ending with clouds we will start with the clouds on Saturday and with the sunshine sunny breezy the high tomorrow forty six degrees from CBS to new finally spent W. CBS news time eleven thirty more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty president trump has signed an eight point three billion dollar coronavirus funding bill the U. S. unemployment rate has dropped to a fifty year low more coronavirus cases are being confirmed in our area the latest is a Manhattan man in his fifties globally over one hundred thousand cases of now been confirmed with thirty four hundred deaths in sports the Knicks are home to the thunder tonight the nets host the spurs the devils host St Louis forty four degrees and cloudy right now on this Friday March sixth good morning I'm Linda Lopez W. CBS news time is eleven thirty one president trump has signed a measure boosting funding for the federal response to corona virus CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy has more I'm Stephen Portnoy attending the signing of the funding package health secretary.
"westport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Between forty one in Westport and forty four in Fairfield alternate side parking rules are in effect on Russ Meyer and export three twenty one undated wins now the accu weather eggs engine four day forecast meteorologist Carol but Minsky with this live report ours guy is becoming cloudy early on this Tuesday morning and it will be cloudy at daybreak we believe but rain in the tri state area will be holding off until later this morning we're currently in the upper thirties in expecting a low of thirty five so have rain here later today and bear in mind some distant northern and western suburbs if the precipitation begins around nine or maybe ten AM and that's the earliest I could see it happening there could be a little snow or sleet at the onset but it's a rain event for most of us and it'll continue this afternoon lasting into early tonight no flooding concerns really wanting to see about a quarter of an inch of rain our high later today about forty eight as we dry out tonight clearing will take place lows in the thirties tomorrow brisk cold with highs in the mid forties as a cold because the wind will make it feel like it's in the mid and upper thirties but there should be a fair amount of sun after today it really looks like it'll be dry for the remainder of the week actual temperatures Thursday and Friday only in the upper thirties then beyond that will turn my other again over the weekend right now it's thirty eight partly cloudy humidity fifty four percent the wind light an easterly some clouds thirty eight read it down to thirty five in detail on accu weather meteorologist car but in ski on new York's weather station ten ten wins wins news time three fourteen cents and when sports next Deborah's home was stolen no I don't mean thieves stole stuff I mean scammers literally stole her home the FBI calls title fast one of the fastest growing white collar crimes in this story is why you need home title lock Dever says criminals found the title to our whole online and filed fraudulent documents claiming they owed our home wait it gets worse never goes on to say I was a victim from my own homemade eighty five grand in equity gone nobody believes you can get your whole stolen this easily this is why you need home title lock because no insurance your bag protects your home from title fast first things first go to home.
Writer AE Hotchner, friend to Hemingway, Newman, dead at 102
"Author and play right Erin Edward Hotchner has died at the age of one hundred two after service in World War two was a journalist in the U. S. Army Air Corps Hotchner became close friends with Ernest Hemingway writing is nineteen sixty six biography Papa Hemingway who's working also adapted for place in television later with another close friend and Westport Connecticut neighbor actor Paul Newman archer co founded Newman's own which donates all profits to charities they co wrote a memoir about the project called shameless exploitation in pursuit of the common good he also wrote bestselling biographies of Doris Day and Sophia Loren in a book about his childhood king of the hill later adapted into a Steven Soderbergh
"westport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Fairfield some work also subject to forty two in Westport and on that door pod side you got working to exit forty B. in Norwalk and I'm gonna shove it up to a less than ten minutes on WCBS and meteorologist Michael CD feeling more like winter it is has been rather chilly around the tri state area last few days we will see a warm up though as we head through the weekend do expect a temperatures a start on Friday to get above normal in by Monday we're looking at temperatures in the low fifties but until then keep it covered up we're gonna be cold here early this morning under mainly clear skies temperatures will fall to a low of twenty five degrees in mid town early this morning then remaining chili later today with morning sunshine giving way to some clouds in the afternoon with a high of thirty seven on Friday we will have a milder afternoon with a mix of clouds and sunshine high forty four Saturday a mild day but there will be some rain around especially in the morning during the morning hours are could be some wet snow or sleet mixed in with that rain inland but the bulk of the precipitation will stay rain along the coast on Saturday high forty four Sunday breezy were clamoring for some sunshine high forty seven then mostly sunny a mild on Monday high of fifty three right now the key we have clear to partly cloudy skies thirty one is our tension Central Park ended up below twenty five overnight nor any thank you Mike it's twelve ten two New Jersey men are facing a string of charges accused of vandalizing an organ of the first United Methodist Church you're free hold last week police a junior Romero and Darwin Romero who are not related tried to steal the organ's pipes they're charged with burglary criminal mischief and unlawful entry both thirty five year old live in freehold a third suspect is being sought church officials say the pipes were ripped out and piled in front of the organ which dates back to the late sixties kids twelve eleven sports is next back with the official sleeping well as part of the NFL line seven players to keep the rates for the Superbowl their sleep number three sixties market you can choose the comfort on either side your sleep number setting next call okay we can help keep it free yes it senses your movement and automatically just to keep the ball only for a limited time receive fifty percent of the suite number three sixty limited editions market plus special finance find your competitive edge because the number dot com minimum monthly payments required into the top of the hour news on eight eighty with the rewind feature on the radio dot com app it's twelve twelve WCS now supports first with Jay Berman hoops from last night on both the pro and college level will start with the big boys of the garden another night another loss for the Knicks they fall to the Grizzlies one twenty seven one oh six Dillon Brooks led Memphis with twenty seven Marcus Morris said seventeen and six rebounds for New York next fall to thirteen thirty six on the seas are meanwhile the nets beat the pistons at Barclays one twenty five one fifteen Spencer Dinwiddie let Brooklyn with twenty eight also dished out six assists nets win they're twenty of game of the season the route twenty and twenty six colleges break up scene all make it ten in a row there is no the big east the P. to Paul sixty four fifty seven miles per hour twenty four tenth right pirates are now sixteen and for overall health were Connecticut be temple seventy eight sixty three Fordham loses at home to say Bonaventure in overtime sixty two fifty five chat safety Jamal Adams is called a couple of outlets that he and the team of the gun talks ended a contract extension dusty Baker's agreed to a one year deal to be the new manager the Astros sports first at twelve and forty two I'm Jay Berman one okay also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s and real estate donations you are never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. B. B. S. good morning Alan three things to know at twelve fifteen one on Long Island ahead of his funeral mass later this morning a wake was held in deer park for eight year old Thomas valva who froze to death after police say he was forced to sleep in his father's unheated garage in September which is almost two weeks ago and my PD officer Michael Paul and his fiancee were charged with second degree murder two photos to Los attorneys describe his condition is dire after Tuesday's suicide attempt nevertheless his bail hearing went on as scheduled with the judge raising the fifty two year old male another five hundred grand to six and a half million dollars to Los is accused of killing his estranged wife Jennifer last seen may twenty fourth three president trump Senate impeachment trial went ten hours wrapping up in the eleven o'clock hour where his defenders insisted or trade of U. S. military aid for political favors even if proven could not constitute grounds for impeachment a striking shift from president trump's claims of perfect dealings with Ukraine and on Friday they will determine not again these Senate whether to call witnesses the jury at the Harvey Weinstein trial heard from two more actresses who accused the movie producer of sexual assault WCBS reporter Marla diamond was in the courtroom don downing into row wolf took the stand as Mollen no witnesses or prior bad acts witnesses whose cases are too old to prosecute Dunning says in two thousand and four the producer took her into a private room at a hotel where he was working and put his hand up her skirt Weinstein promised her it wouldn't happen again a few weeks later an assistant brought downing up to one scenes hotel room dining says he offered her a three movie deal if she agreed to a three some when dining refuse she said Weinstein threatened her saying you'll never make it in this business on cross examination defense attorney Arthur I dalla question why Dunning didn't leave after one scene greeted her in his bathrobe the other witness durao wolf says Weinstein **** in front of her at Cipriani downtown where she worked and raped her in his tribeca apartment in two thousand and five Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty the NYPD is launching a new department wide initiative designed to prevent youth crime city wide W. CBS reporter Kristi Coley she had heard from the police commissioner in this new program.
Westport, CT to vote on recreational marijuana ban
"Voters in Westport will soon get to decide whether to lift that towns two year old ban on recreational marijuana shops the vote will be taken at a special town meeting on February eleven a company called coastal healing wants to open a can of a shop on route six they're on their way to getting in okay for medical sales but they want to offer recreational products as well the same town meeting will see a vote on whether Westport should become a right to farm
"westport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Exit thirty three and the south on their parkway is slow through Westport there's construction exit forty two causing delays next traffic a bit less than ten minutes away in WCBS let's go to CBS to weather center good morning Elise fence if only it were good morning to you yeah if only it were pretty morning that we did not get instead we got the soggy version and it's also chilly and windy so definitely not a great way to start the work week however we do have improving conditions so we are going to see periods of rain throughout the day today looking for a high of about forty four degrees problems you factor in those wins it will feel at least five degrees colder right now it's thirty nine degrees in Central Park with light rain it feels like thirty once you want to with us a tract anywhere from five to ten degrees in terms of what it feels like as we head into the day tomorrow it will be better in fact will start to see the rain tapering off this evening right around the evening commute we'll start to see it love really starting to let up a little bit still drizzle still some very light rain but starts to let up overnight things dry out tomorrow all color partly sunny forty degrees when the ball drops should be right around thirty eight degrees in Times Square feeling like thirty two but that's still good news and then heard for the first day of the new year mostly sunny and forty three from CBS to news I'm really strange actually still the CBS news time ten ten on Monday morning boy if if we don't hear this tomorrow night something won't seem right also wouldn't see right all didn't drop so they're out there today and about an hour and a half will be testing to make sure that giant chandelier will descend the pole one time square also tested out something else the confetti and yeah all good it worked during the test yesterday and tomorrow night they're gonna drop three thousand pounds of confetti on us on Times Square including thousands of wishes from people who have submitted them on actual confetti at the new year's eve wishing wall in Times Square and by a the virtual wishing wall and this.
Former State Police Lieutenant Submitted Fraudulent Claims For Holiday Pay
"A former Massachusetts state police lieutenant has been indicted for submitting fraudulent claims for on our days off according to Attorney General Maura Healey and David David Andre of Westport allegedly obtained more than eleven thousand dollars he wasn't entitled to but submitted claims for holiday pay but he never crude Andre had been assigned to troop G. of the state police and served as the station commander of the Dartmouth barracks from July twenty eighteen until August of this
Westport woman killed in DUI crash near Rhode Island Beach
"Around two twenty four AM on Saturday police and Middletown Rhode Island found a white sedan overturned near third beach twenty four year old Kayla Newton was found inside the vehicle twenty three year old Patrick Carson of Rhode Island faces multiple charges including driving under the influence and driving to endanger the young woman attended bishop Connelly high school in fall river and was a student at Providence
"westport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"A Westport looks like we may have Henry Hudson accident in the construction zone to this is southbound right before the area of eighty six street and I would extravagant they lasted ten minutes on WCBS here's meteorologist Michael fitting partly to mostly cloudy early this morning warm and humid low seventy one in Central Park later today becoming sunny to partly cloudy hot and humid hi near the record of ninety degrees later today and there could be a late day or early evening thunderstorm around Wednesday night mostly cloudy and breezy with a couple of showers low fifty seven Thursday cloudy breezy and cooler with occasional rain and drizzle high sixty two freezing cold on Friday with a mix of clouds and sunshine hi again sixty two. seventy degrees N. Huntington station seventy two and you city it's seventy four degrees in Central Park where the winds are calm at two forty on WCBS later this morning chief of transportation Thomas and Chad I DO teacher share poly Trachtenburg will officially announce the implementation of the new transit and truck priority along fourteenth street starting Thursday the busway plan for fourteenth street will allow only buses and trucks between third and ninth avenues from six AM to ten PM the goal is to improve bus service and limits cars for six blocks while the M. fourteen runs almost all the way to the East River. to Connecticut lawmakers are calling for a legal bear hunt the idea prompted by.
"westport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Hall of fame of entrepreneurs on the bottom line for small on Wall Street. The Dow closed down forty eight points. Wednesdays on five forty one time for traffic and transit. Here's Russ Meyer, checkout, queens, and the Grand Central eastbound side, come at Cubans entertain got crash taking out one lane and lays there, they go back pretty much city field at this point. Also, the van wick coralling from the ally out towards Atlantic avenue northbound on wall. Traffic from the belts towards hillside avenue as well. The it's gonna be tough eastbound from the QE out towards the Grand Central then picks up Morin remains sluggish gonna be a tough goal around the area as a result of the weather out there and also check in on the northbound side of Parkway. That's also all backed up barely moving from seventy nine all the way on up towards the George Washington Bridge and harm overdrive same deal from one twenty fifth of towards GW out some numbers for those bridges and tunnels over at the George Washington Bridge traffic out of the city's going to be about an hour. Inbound about fifteen to twenty Lincoln tunnel. That's about twenty minutes in forty five at least outbound side. Also, it's going to be about twenty minutes of the Holland outbound about forty five minutes once again, Fairfield county northbound side of ninety five jammed from exit two in Greenwich all the way to exit eighteen in Westport one link close with crash also on the merit from exit twenty nine in Greenwich up toward. Words exit forty over by route seven and by our next coming up at five fifty one on ten wins. News time, five forty three. The judge in the Carina Tronto murder case has rejected claims of juror.
"westport" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"We're here with Catherine Connely, and she is the supervisor of this amazing house, but you have to come and see when you come to west Ireland. I'm gonna let you all the details because I think I'm just four or FLA monster, whatever the word is trying to think of the Irish version of that work over grace O'Malley the pirate Queen because actually her family through the years. This was their home. So first of all, let's talk about the significance of Westport. Significance of Westport Westport. And town was the was the two parts. Westport original town was out of the front for Guidon. Here was that was beginning of. Plus, it was known as marks the family, the Brown, the director of the pyre clean. They actually moved the tone seventeen sixty seven to wear a state because you do things like us ducking back in the day. And they moved west baton won the first Plum tones, and so this is quite important on it was beautifully. They abuse designed by architect released in conjunction with Peter Brown secondary. Without while. The pirate Queen and how many castle she had rain, Molly, we are going back to the fifteen hundreds of grace Ahmadi, and she had five custom around this area. And he was an credibility who did things her way always than she ends up. Mine that she she was born of fifteen thirteen just kind of context, and she she died sixteen three and her life was filled with adventure and politics piracy travelers. He just did it on. This was probably run the world more than likely originated from here in the west of our is known as the territory of moon is run by the clown the O'Malley clan. She was a doll of chieftain Ono of the area unto. Yes, she she ruled the roost Russians credibility and so as the pirate Queen. I mean, she really got on ships and she had three. Golly ships were very lifespan scholarships because they're. Three hundred sixty five minutes on EBay around here on her galley-ships were able to maneuver who these items very quickly onto you heard it all the way from Spain to Scotland, and she was well traveled and versed in the in her job piracy that she was not above on her essay was incredible. She was she led two hundred men and her crew people heard her her clans people follow around. It would have been a time of intense, poverty, inter-clan rivalry. And she really was four at all. And she protected her client, and she made sure they were she had a huge huge following loyalty. Because while so then we from from all that rich history of the pirate Queen and her lineage and various children, and how do we rive at the house because the the herbal Mounties would have been there there? And the first Brown came from six in England the first Brown Mary's quest modest quick quick. So this Brown and the amount of her name's more Burke at the stage that they had.
2020 election could be another 1972 for Democrats
"Me. It's fascinating looking back at the nineteen seventies in as someone that has studied history, and you know, about how sometimes there's these political cycles. It's fascinating to see how what happened in nineteen. Seventy two is starting to play out a little bit now as we get close to the the twenty twenty elections. And I was hoping you might be able to explain what happened in seventy two compared to what we're seeing today. Yeah, it's interesting. The the similarities are really Erie. Basically what happened in seventy two is you're coming off an election in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight where the incumbent vice president Hubert, Humphrey ran and lost really a razor close election. And he had won basically by not participating in the primaries. You only piss in one South Dakota. We came in third, but he went a lot of delegates at the convention. So as a result that was really? In. There was really there was there was a lot of incense between between between really inflamed the liberal, but the liberal insurrectionist anti-vietnam people was forty two, gene. Mccarthy in the primaries because the won the primary supported the Johnson ministrations proliferating in Vietnam war got the nomination. So it was a result in the general election. Eugene McCarthy finally get endorsed Hubert Humphrey, the kid by saying essentially, probably the most lukewarm endorsement, you can imagine. Support Hubert Humphrey and asked him I said my and asked my supporters suffer with me. And then. Where? I mean, I don't know. I don't know if you can take an endorsement that's a lot to try to fit on a button. But I'd I'd wear that. But that's funny. And then what happened was so after sixty eight from Richard Nixon Republican beats Humphrey, and then you have the scenario where you McCarthy who was the only really anti Vietnam war candidate really galvanize Westport among them by nineteen seventy-two Nike seventy one seventy two the there's a seismic change in the Democratic Party at moved to the left and the Vietnam war now, even Hubert Humphrey was running again opposed to be Warren called for termination of all troops in south East Asia. So now, gene McCarthy just one of many candidates matter of fact, pretty much majority of candidates were now opposed to be at Phnom results. You've lost that issue in seventy two. He runs again and Hubert Humphrey runs again if he kind of the establishment candidate. I mean, you haven't this time around you have George McGovern though, because he was seen as more galvanized into the anti Vietnam war can't war insurrectionist, so Israel, real key. Who was two hundred one at the beginning when nomination gene McCarthy is an afterthought only win three. Point six percent of the of the vote the popular vote among the democratic primary winner primary contested. And as a result, you have George McGovern winning the nomination then going onto lose miserably in the general election only winning one St. Massachusetts. Phone South Dakota. He and he wanted to why he knew the district Columbia. What's interesting is you see it very similar Somme or today because in two thousand and sixty in sixteen Hillary Clinton won the nomination, despite the fact that a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters felt cheated win a lot of the leak memos. Catchy note that Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chairman of the Democratic Party had tried to basically basically worked rigged the system for Hillary Clinton results in the general election. Bernie Sanders did come out he did support Hillary Hillary Clinton. But now, you have the scenario we are a lot of Bernie Sanders positions for Medicare for all for example, for a single payer for healthcare for breaking up the corporations breaking up, the big bang and democratic socialism. A lot of those issues are now the mainstream the Democratic Party taxing the rich Camille, the Harris, for example, was moved to the left on MIR. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts running the scenario. Bernie cares. Not the only liberal alternative to the more. Moderate establishment, the Democratic Party. And it'll be interesting to see if he can. A lot of the people over somebody like Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii. I'm a lot of others are now running is progressive. No, there really aren't very many New Democrats. Never Bill Clinton ran down a crowd of moderate democrat. There really aren't now we have Mary where everybody's essentially moving to the left and Bernie Sanders is just you know, it's just one choice of many lip pretentious liberal candidate. You only see a couple of very few New Democrats. You have the Beto veto from down from Texas who lost Iraq Iraq, you lost to Ted Cruz. You also have some people are talking about in south bend, the mayor Buddha judge Judy judge. Yup. Yeah. He's also someone that's kind of like fresh blood for them. But other than that, you see a lot of the same names coming up people are like crossing their fingers Joe Biden runs again, which is fascinating too. Because you know, he he sat out, and obviously if he would have ran during this last election that would have really complicated things you throw him into the mix with the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders popularity going on the one I would look to to when I think when he does. And now somebody who if you're looking for somebody who gets votes in red states. Steve Bullock in Montana's, a very interesting candidate because he was just reelected in Montana by four points the same election when Donald Trump won by twenty five twenty point and got about twenty five percent of Trump's supporters. If he's one candidate could make that general election case, perhaps. But of course, right now. He's known as Peter Budaj Jagan, you know, some of the other. Yeah. And big part of this too. Is that it's you're looking at a Donald Trump that's going to run in a lot of times. You are curious. What are the odds that he gets elected? So he's got a lot in his side right now, the fact that he's the sitting president adds a lot of favor to him being reelected. You see historically speaking that seems to help pave things a little bit. But even if you look at some of the polls coming in and you look at some of the people in Vegas when they set the odds, they're still setting him as the by far favourite. And I think that when you have a crowded democrat field in you don't know who's gonna come forward on that side that also hurts the Democrats costs us because they don't have like one person they can rally behind right now. In the case of the Republicans are kinda worked in their favor. Last time you saw Donald Trump rise to the very top in a lot of people were reluctant because they didn't want him to. But he's still didn't regardless. I don't know if there's any democrat that could rise like Donald Trump did during this last election. Yeah, it's interesting because if you're looking for somebody like that. Donald trump. And you're looking for somebody who basically people would not be thinking of right now the one candidate. I'm not sure she can win. But the one candidate. I think you're gonna see. Well, we'll surprise a lot of people. It's healthy gabbert the congresswoman from Hawaii simply because she's running. It's kind of a younger version of Bernie Sanders. This is somebody who was the co-chair who had worked Democratic National Committee lifetime, actually resigned. Her post may end up supporting Bernie Sanders because you're supposed to technically be neutral what she has a lot of other candidates. Don't have EPA episode and non interventionist foreign policy, and that's something that has peeled really across the political spectrum. Remember when Ron Paul ran, for example in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve a lot of liberals who didn't Mike is positions. A lot of other things like position on being a non interventionist and TC only can it in the field that emphasize Matt right now. So I can see her really taking a play for that type for a lot of example, a lot of independent voters. A lot of liberal voters. Who think Bernie Sanders is perhaps a little bit too all a little bit more charismatic? That's the one that I would watch. And as I say. That's deep. Bullock, the governor Montana. If he does run I do think if you look at these polls that show what Democrats want more than anything else. One AD logical. Purity is an eastern buddy who I think can make the case that you look I've gotten elected into red state interested state, I've been relatively progressive governor of expanded Medicaid expanded gun control. I've I've supported campaign finance reform. He can potentially make that case. It's kind of like Bill Clinton in ninety two. He certainly wasn't the favorite of a lot of Democrats who thought that you know, who I think would would grabs in heart wanted somebody like Jerry Brown or Tom Harkin or someone who's more liberal they closed Bill Clinton because they've not a power for twelve years. He he could win votes in the conservative state of Arkansas and Bill Clinton got the nomination that time and tarp emphasizing that I think there could he could potentially move up those the two candidates. I'm kinda watching right now, then you really haven't had much name recognition back and see where they can make an
Recreational marijuana could come to New York State in 2019
"Newhaven. Westport Meriden Torrington, Wyndham Grun Newington and Mansfield the number of eligible ailments. Is up to thirty one children can receive medical marijuana products for eight illnesses. Meanwhile, as the medical marijuana program grows, so does the prospect of legal recreational use it is now. Okay. In Massachusetts, New York. And New Jersey are considering it and Connecticut's incoming governor is in favor and Stanford Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight hundred now to fifty one I'm Peter Greenburg. And this is today's I on travel minute. It's time once again to celebrate the latest batch of weird museums at Michigan state university's planetarium in east Lansing, you'll find the museum. Why don't make an appointment at Bernie Smith's museum of toilet seat? Art and Eastland, Texas or visit the museum in fort Mitchell Kentucky, which features more than nine hundred
Instead of a comedian, White House Correspondents' Association enlists author Ron Chernow as speaker
"To him, but they also mocked the appearance of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who was in the audience WCBS news time to forty eight. Let's get the traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the H. Here's Jim Feldman. Still have a couple of accidents on the Connecticut turnpike, and they're both southbound was before exit thirteen in Norwalk in accident there involving a tractor trailer. So that's got to lane shot and traffic is almost back now to exit eighteen in Westport, but good beyond that until you get to
"westport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Exit seventeen in Westport also southbound exit seven and Stanford now, here's the latest from the WCBS weather the center clear and colder lead this morning. Low near forty amid town. On frosty thirties in the suburbs. And a freeze in some of the coldest spots. Then later today, it'll be mainly sunny and milder high up to sixty increasing clouds Friday night with a shower late low done a fifty four clouds and sunny breaks on Saturday with a couple of showers around especially in the morning, high sixty four blustery and colder. Again, Sunday was sudden some clouds high just forty eight. Right now, it is thirty nine over at Tita borough airport feels like twenty eight over in Islip, Long Island. That's the windshield. Factored in. Wow. Further up in Connecticut across a Long Island Sound thirty-five in Danbury, but feels like twenty nine with the wind chill is three thirty. More than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio eighty. President Trump says there will be severe consequences if Saudi Arabia's behind the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi now saying it does look like he's dead with eleven cases of measles. Now in Rockland county officials now say, no vaccinations, no school and with temperatures dipping folks in New York City housing projects. San don't forget about the heat sports. Islanders beat the kings seven to two devils. They lost to the avalanche five to three while the Red Sox move on to the World Series beat the Astros four to one Broncos. If anyone cares beat the cardinals forty five ten right now. Forty three degrees in central park. Thanks for tuning in. I'm leave on Putney. It's three thirty one CBS news update. Federal prosecutors have opened an investigation.
Claire McCaskill and Josh Hawley spar in first Senate debate
"I the first and so far only scheduled debate between US Senate opponents Claire mccaskill and Josh Holly is in the history books came Alexis Brad show was there. No, big bombshell. Revelations accusations from democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill or Republican challenger Josh Holly, both seemingly crafted answers to Missouri Press Association questions to fit the narratives being told in their campaign ads always said, regardless of what mccaskill says he is not against health insurance for those with pre existing conditions. Mccaskill said Holly's claims that she supported tax subsidies to the benefit of her husband's wealth are
Top 3 "Bachelor" Contenders for New Season
"And it's almost time for another season of rose ceremonies as the next alleged star of the bachelor will be revealed today. The leading man will be announced on good Morning, America. The three main contenders are Jason tar tick Colton Underwood and Blake horseman who all made it to the top four on the last season of the bachelorette. The whoever the top three of those losers will be will be the on the bachelor this
Google Employees Protest Secret Work on Censored Search Engine for China
"Feldman else's new is Friday eastbound you're Jerome avenue. It's in the left lane, and slowdowns your back out of the apartments almost affecting the George Washington Bridge but it will probably fairly shortly and it has already slow on the westbound side beyond the. Interchange is where the delay starting go all the way out to the GW be and are in the middle of it. Right around the Sheraton you've got a broken down tractor trailer that is in the center lane Degan jammed up northbound from the RFK southbound delays. Almost back to Vancouver Orland park south Harlem river drive the west side highway both of those approaches are really slammed right, now in queens. Eastbound on the bell Parkway in your boulevards, still clearing accident you've got a lane shut, down because, of that and westbound. On the Staten Island expressway and your Bradley avenue still have that crash. Being cleared that one is
"westport" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And me did this salary went and got him some treat some canned food some dry food and then we went down the toy section feeder supply is one of my favorite parts of the week they love our furry friends and do you know they've donated over two hundred thousand pounds to shelter animals that's a lot of food baby and that's a lot of love that's what you get with feeder supply the pet lover store all right short break we will come back after this wrap up the hour we and the show we are going to be on the road tomorrow a bear knows on westport road jeff hoke is going to drive his world war two jeep is nineteen forty two to have a beer and some and some pizza kentucky off highway safety mixologist and non of now non alcoholic drinks will be there his idea is called mock tales for people like me they've been sober for eleven years or or designated drivers they can have a drink that looks like a drink and it tastes awesome instead of just always having to get water or a diet coke right so you have options there so we'll have we'll talk to him about what kind of drinks and what restaurants in town are going to have this mock tale right moc mock tales so that'll be tomorrow night on the road gateway what were what part of westport road is the baroness westport road your birtles by the bridge baroness by the bay yeah but westport roller you don't know creed part is it oh golly westport road is like really long well luckily you can google back after this google machine newsradio eight forty w h a s just when it seems like the world couldn't move any faster does now more than ever you need help to keep up.
"westport" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Work harder probably probably the phrase you made an interesting points briefly that i didn't pick up on that i want to pick up on now tim if you just joined us i'm talking with tim husbands to ceo of a westport house and historic mansion on gorgeous grounds with darling little sheep out roaming about just in front of a hotel westport and that is that if you analyze visitors to ireland the massive portion would stay in and around dublin and pretty much south of the dublin galway wrote the dublin galway car and the vast majority of tourists would go that both the city of dublin and go away they have capacity issues now an effort social impact in upon the customer experience so or the large operators the the average of this world and wash through government is saying we need to move people more around the country because you suddenly hilarious i can't tell you what was it was probably two thousand six or seven or something i want go in there and look and see when the last time is that i interviewed tim finn who's the executive director of the irish hotel federation and i in a minute invited to go to the hotel conference at the sleeve rustling cabin and one of the things i heard again and again was that there were fifteen thousand more hotel rooms in ireland that were necessary and there were people saying things people in tourism many of them hoteliers by the way who would have liked to have seen more traffic more market share coming their way that the answer was that these newer hotels with these extra fifteen thousand rooms needed to close down.
"westport" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"A small child or stabbed to death inside their maryland heights home an app in shortly after 8 o'clock thursday night in the twelve thousand four hundred block of marine avenue just across to seventy from westport plaza maryland heights police chief bill carson told komo v they know who they are looking for i don't have any information to suggest that there's anyone else in danger to other people in the home were also stabbed they are expected to be okay mayor light a crusade would have to give the board of alban an update every sixty days on airport privatization of a resolution that passed out of committee that story from came alexis chemically or no alderman have been feeling left out of the loop as the mayor's office has been exploring leasing labor to private investors older woman carol howard says the consulting deal has a builtin bias i guess the idea that unless they decide to privatise the airport and to bring in a contractor to run the airport forests the guiding force this don't get paid by the city the plan now moves on to the full board evolve in where it is expected to pass driven cooling newsradio of warning came watch us senator claire mccaskill wants to offer a new avenue to train civilian law enforcement officers in the event of a major attack consider on with the chairman's hopefully support in and bipartisan support consider something in the indiana there would open up training slots in our military see in schools to first responders just on spaceavailable basis general laurie robinson commander of the united states northern command north american aerospace defense command responded to mccaskill that she would be happy to work with the committee on this effort warm this evening but we will see temperatures plummeting into the low 30s overnight we'll see some continuing rain showers as well some clouds breaking for afternoon sun on friday with a high just thirty seven i'm alec steigman kmox news three the of of the earth welcome back to overnight americom your host ryan wrecker as wondering to bring our producer mike anderson up for just like two seconds he's looking something up we had a call at calling about traffic tip i'm gonna have to check our traffic maps i should walk in to the.
"westport" Discussed on KOMO
"Westport corwin haeck komo news building up our state's governor is headed for switzerland it's eleven on board a aaa traffic update in here's kiera jordan put doesn't look like we have any current think blocking problems that you are still looking at brake lights in a couple of places where things scattered slowing on northbound i5 between i 90 and 520 south by this heavy from my 92 west seattle bridge southbound 405 looks to be tapping the brakes at a newcastle into rented northbound ninety nine is facing syms slowing persons the approached the west seattle bridge and then again right as you approach the stadiums and we have a lot of snow on the roads in the mountains traction tires now required heading in the westbound direction at snow quami past they are advised per eastbound traffic at traction tires are also advised in both directions at steven's pass your next report's at eleven fourteen i'm kiera jordan on komo news the forecast from south way good for cloudy skies going for rain and plenty of it here on tuesday temperatures in the mid 40s were on our way to seeing a soak or of a day really as we make our way through the afternoon especially tonight is going to be wet tomorrow too and it's not the day to cross over the mountains winter storm warnings that affect throughout much of the day today even into early tomorrow morning as about a foot to two feet of snow will fall in a higher elevations i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center early forty three and raining tamil levato search twenty minutes of nonstop news continues now a build a crackdown on the sex trafficking of children on the internet is working its way through the washington state legislature the senate is reviewing the bill which would hold websites responsible were ads or place of.
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"Eighty three thirty five the man who allegedly exposed himself on a wooded trail in westport turns himself then and in bedford police arrested fairhaven man they say assaulted two men when they stopped him in the process of a theft from the standard marine outfitters newsroom i'm tim weisberg wbs news seventy degrees and cloudy your abc six forecast coming up a man who police say exposed himself to a hiker in a wooded area of westport has turned himself into police fifty three year old phillip lafond as being rain today in fall river district court westport police were called the brookside conservation trail off american legion highway last wednesday after a mantle police another man later identified as lafond at expo both themselves to the victim and demanded sex from him the victim tried to escape but lafond reportedly continue to follow him westport police received information about the fawns possible whereabouts and served a highrisk search warrant at four thirty six sanford road in conjunction with swat lafond was not at the address but later turned himself into westport police lafond is charged with assault to rape opening gross lewdness and looted in the city has conduct year old sean lane of fall river was sentenced to serve four to six years in state prison after pleading guilty last week to a litany of charges related to the theft of a motor vehicle in fall river last may lane who has an extensive criminal record admitted to police that he stole the motorvehicle from the parking lot of a fall river stop and shop in may of 2016 that contain two loaded legal firearms and seven hundred dollars in cash lane admitted that he sold the gun through new bedford man in exchange for four hundred dollars in cash as well as crack cocaine.