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New York Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be Restored

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:31 min | Last month

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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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | Last month

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Right now, and White Plains 72 in Danbury. It 77 degrees in Central Park at 9 40 WCBS after a few contentious month's New York City's health commissioner, has resigned. These are rich lamb with more. Earlier this year, Doctor Barbeau made insulting remarks in a dispute with the police commissioner over masks for the NYPD Edie. She later apologized. In resigning. Barbeau expressed her deep disappointment in Mayor De Blasio is handling of the Corona virus response. She was clearly infuriated over the mayor's stripping the health Department of the responsibility for contact tracing. And handing it to the city hospital system. I asked the mayor about that we have to build rich, the biggest apparatus in the country to the tune of thousands of thousands of people put together in a matter of weeks. Prevent thousands of infections, which testing trace has done. The mayor adding Health and hospitals, which is a huge operational organization, made sense as the home for something this big and unprecedented. DiBlasio thanked Barbeau for her service to the city, adding. I know everyone had to give their all and I know she did. But he also said it had become clear it was time for a change. Rich Lam WCBS news radio 8 80 It's 9 41 sports is next. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably moved along and see if anybody noticed you, Mogollon. Tell people to stay off the lawn. Compare it to.

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"white plains" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"white plains" Discussed on 710 WOR

"White Plains Hospital Exceptional Everyday, a member of the Mount of your health system challenges can boot with your W are forecast from the weather Channel Hot human out here again. Today. Mix of clouds and sun stray storm possible later on this afternoon, mid nineties with the heat and accept over 100 Mid seventies tonight. Hot human again tomorrow Mix of clouds and sun Lower nineties, currently 83 at Wooo. That's Our news. Next news. 9 30 Breaking news at once. I'm Noam Laden on 17 W. O R an NBC News radio station up Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on the Voice of New York, 7 10 W. R. Good morning. Everyone is gonna be a hot one is gonna feel like 100 degrees. So try to stay cool. If you can. Our big three stories this morning. Did you know it's phase for today in New York City? Well. Other zoos opening pretty much resembles Phase three. There's no indoor dining malls remain closed. So here we go again. No, no real change, but Knock yourself out of the zoo, Also in the Big three. Tough story out of North Brunswick, New Jersey, The 20 year old son of a federal judge was murdered in his home in the husband of the judge, Esther Solace, was also shot. He's in critical but stable condition. The shooter showed up in their home posed as an a za FedEx driver. Pump bullets into the two that the judge is fine. And then the guy escaped. So clearly it was some kind of a hit. We think and I would love to know the motive and rounding out the Big three. Well, the president's interview with Chris Wallace on Fox. What a surprise. He took lots of shots that Joe Biden and he will not commit. Trump will not commit to accepting the election results if he loses..

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New York's Northern Westchester Counties Enter Phase 4 Reopening

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:36 min | 2 months ago

New York's Northern Westchester Counties Enter Phase 4 Reopening

"And Putnam County's air entering Phase four of their reopening. Today it is the final phase even though some things will remain shut down for the foreseeable future. WCBS reporter shot. Adams is in White Plains and joins us live, Shawn. Yes. So let's break it down. Now. What does this mean phase for? Well, it means low risk arts and entertainment, outdoor and indoor can resume with limited capacity. Film and TV productions can start shooting again. Colleges and universities can reopen. Still, no plan, though for schools in September. The indoor religious gatherings get bumped up to 33% capacity. We can tell you that this malls, movie theaters, Jim's health clubs, amusement parks. They will remain closed and when they reopen that'll be up to Governor Cuomo. Westchester County Executive George Latimer is reminding people when they go out to these things that are reopening, remember be smart masks and distance want people to follow the rules so that they can be healthy. The people around them could be healthy, that we can open our economy that we could do things that will help us get back to something closer to normal, which was striking every day. Now. Health officials are still keeping an eye on this following graduation celebrations. Few dozen Kobe cases sprouted up in Chappaqua. The field night, which was not sponsored by the school district was sponsored by a community group was in fact on event with minimal masks and minimal social distancing Big social event. And it did attract students from other schools. 27 cases linked to Chappaqua, Vladimir says That cluster appears to have leveled off live in White

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Westchester County Set To Open Phase 2 Businesses

Midday News

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Westchester County Set To Open Phase 2 Businesses

"With New York in phase one everywhere but New York City some places with Westchester county already you're putting face to on their calendars W. CBS reporter Sean Adams has the story malls and mom and pop shops could welcome back customers June ninth in Westchester county if coronavirus cases continue to decline county executive George Latimer face to open all retail studies a full shopping center would be open it all operate the same way you will be able to walk in and you know sort of cluster around inside the store to be social distancing remarks on the floor as to where you have to stand plus corporate headquarters and office buildings could re open white collar folks joining blue collar workers who just got back to the job this week most of them end of coronavirus is kept in check here's another date June twenty third could see phase three a return of restaurants but Latimer says we have to continue to keep our distance and wear a mask we can have the economy open and become become functional in the way that we wanted to be functional if we know that we're protecting our our fellow commuters on the train or our fellow diners in a restaurant from having spread of the disease in White Plains Sean Adams WCBS newsradio

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Two children in New York die from mysterious illness linked to COVID-19, officials say

WBBM Afternoon News Update

02:19 min | 4 months ago

Two children in New York die from mysterious illness linked to COVID-19, officials say

"News two children have died with the syndrome some young patients develop after exposure to cope with nineteen they are the first known deaths in New York link to this mysterious illness CBS two S. Tony I'll is live tonight in White Plains with more Tony just a good doctors are calling this a post viral syndrome linked to corona virus it is rare but it is concerning and health officials are urging parents to watch for symptoms including persistent high fever sudden patchy skin and severe abdominal pain almost a dozen children with the postcode syndrome have been treated at Maria Ferreri children's hospital at Westchester Medical Center Dr Michael glitz says most are recovering but sadly we have experienced one loss here in a child with a serious neurologic complications and presentation of this syndrome we've learned a seven year old boy from Westchester died last week governor Cuomo spoke of another death in New York City this past Thursday a five year old boy passed away from cold food related complications and the state department of health is investigating several other cases doctors are calling this pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome it affects a small percentage of children exposed to and apparently recovered from covert nineteen parents or grandparents or others were diagnosed with cold it and we're actually on the record as being positive and apparently the children did not develop symptoms in till two to four days before presenting to the hospital for treatment this disease can be fatal and that we want to make sure that everybody wishes to counties of where to be on the look out for the symptoms that may lead to this the symptoms include persistent fever rash swollen lymph nodes and inflammation of the heart eyes mouth and skin this is every parent's nightmare right that your child may actually be affected by this virus Dr go which says welcome to nineteen is likely to infect a large number of children most of whom were at least many are totally a symptomatic this particular complication

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Washington - Tornado Watch Called Off In DC, But Wind Advisory Remains

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Washington - Tornado Watch Called Off In DC, But Wind Advisory Remains

"Four matches that we've had to quite an active what to sixteen hours or so finally things or start a clear on it let's not do that again any time soon though is we still have a couple of lingering showers right now with a couple of isolated downpours a shot right now kind of right on the internal and Calvert county lines your Dunkerque in particular your friendship in Owings moving eastward towards rose haven and North Beach very small areas some heavy rain right there and also in Charles county Maryland your White Plains of Waldorf in the play to also some heavy rain a very small area there a kind of drifting to the east that's all that's left these thunderstorms are not severe per se the tornado watch was cancelled early if you missed that earlier but we still have the wind advisory in effect until six PM M. is even though the strong and severe thunderstorms are over with you can still have a few forty to fifty mile per hour wind gusts outside of those storms in with the saturated ground and with a lot of these tree limbs already weakened by that which we have today because we'll have a few more problems in that regard now the first thing we're gonna do this evening as a cold front moves through the area is these high deducted two points to basically the muggy this in the atmosphere is going to disappear we'll start drying out first and then after sunset this evening temperatures will really start to drop in after six PM at the expiration of the wind advisory the wind speeds will not be as bad anymore either captures the seating falling through the fifties overnight lows in the low to mid forties just breezy at the most tonight and breezy the most tomorrow cooler than today highs will only be in the upper fifties to low sixties Wednesday kind of a chilly rain lows or highs will be in the low to mid fifties and Thursday mostly sunny brisk and cool mid fifties to right around sixty seventy nine degrees right now in Manassas seventy two in Gaithersburg at seventy nine at Washington Reagan

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Coronavirus in New York - 13 Confirmed Cases - The New York Times

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Coronavirus in New York - 13 Confirmed Cases - The New York Times

"Craig and now with these two new confirmed cases here in New York City according to mayor of Lazio this morning New York state now with thirteen coronavirus cases in a surge in new Rochelle W. CBS reporter Marla diamond tells us about a new family testing positive there disease detectives did not have to go far to find these new cases of covert nineteen the five are connected to the attorney from new Rochelle and the neighbor who drove him to the hospital according to governor Cuomo we then tested that person's wife two sons and daughter and they all tested positive his children attend the west tour academy in White Plains which is closed S. A. R. academy in Riverdale and you Shiva University remain closed one thousand people from the synagogue the man attended before he became sick or under quarantine as R. eight employees who treated him at Lawrence hospital also this morning public schools in Hastings on Hudson and Mount Vernon are closed until Monday for cleaning after the district's learned that some parents and students were in contact with people under

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Coronavirus in New York: Family of Westchester Man and Neighbor Confirmed

Brian Kilmeade

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Coronavirus in New York: Family of Westchester Man and Neighbor Confirmed

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo this morning announcing that the wife the twenty year old son and fourteen year old daughter and a neighbor of the Westchester county man who tested positive for the novel coronavirus and who was hospitalized in Manhattan have now also all tested positive his wife is also tested positive his twenty year old son has also tested positive his daughter's tested positive and his neighbor who drove him to the hospital also tested positive this fifty nine year old man an attorney hospitalized in critical condition in Manhattan at New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center that's in Washington Heights his wife children and neighbor all in isolation of their homes the children's schools issue of and the star academy and the star high school where the younger student may have had contact are all closed Westchester day school in Mamaroneck Westchester Torah academy White Plains also closed in an abundance of caution and also a temple young Israel in new Rochelle where patients are congregants are also

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Hanukkah stabbing suspect facing hate crime charges

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Hanukkah stabbing suspect facing hate crime charges

"Of the man accused in the Rocklin Hanukkah attack now facing federal charges Grafton Thomas initially charged with five counts of attempted murder in connection with the stabbing of five orthodox use around eyes home in Muncie correspondent Steve cast him down with more the new charges these federal charges include five counts of obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs by tending to kill with a dangerous weapon and causing injuries court papers say the Grafton Thomas kept journals filled with anti semitic writing and an affinity for the black Hebrew Israelites a fringe group not associated with mainstream Judaism the federal complaint says the thirty eight year old used a cellphone to search for quote Zionist temples and quote and for news stories about where police were protecting Jews his family said he had a history of mental illness and was treated for it in the past Steve casting down for ten ten wins stems appeared in federal court in White Plains answer these new charges where his attorneys agreed with prosecutors that he should remain in custody attorney Michael Sussman says his client needs to be admitted for psychiatric evaluation this is the action of a individual who for a long time is the compensated he's been treated in mental health facilities I won't right now comment on the nature and quality of that tree I think over time people will be able to form their own conclusions about that earlier a public defender told the judge Thomas was taking medication and has issues of bi polar and schizophrenia especially when he's not taking his

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Hanukkah stabbing suspect facing federal hate crime charges

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:27 min | 9 months ago

Hanukkah stabbing suspect facing federal hate crime charges

"Oh to the man accused in the Rocklin Hanukkah attack now facing federal charges Grafton Thomas was initially charged with five counts of attempted murder in connection with the stabbing of five orthodox Jews in a rabbi's home in Muncie responded Steve cast amount has more on the new charges these federal charges include five counts of obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs by tending to kill with a dangerous weapon and causing injuries court papers say the graft in Thomas kept journals filled with anti semitic writing and an affinity for the black Hebrew Israelites a fringe group not associated with mainstream Judaism the federal complaint says the thirty eight year old used a cellphone to search for quote Zionist temples and quote and for news stories about where police were protecting Jews his family said he had a history of mental illness and was treated for it in the past Steve casting down for ten ten wins Ms appeared in federal court in White Plains to answer the new charges were as attorneys agreed with prosecutors that he should remain in custody attorney Michael Sussman represents the Thomas family says his line needs to be admitted for psychiatric evaluation this is the action of a individual who for a long time his decompensated he's been treated in mental health facilities I won't right now comment on the nature and quality of that tree I think over time people will be able to form their own conclusions about that earlier a public defender told the judge Thomas was taking medication and has issues with bi polar and

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Receive letters in White Plains it's on the front steps of city hall in a statement the city says mayor roaches honored that Santa has once again chosen White Plains for this very important purpose children can drop off their letters to Santa beginning today through December sixteenth they should include their return address so Santa can right back at the capitol Christmas tree lighting will be held on Wednesday the acting architect of the capitol Thomas Carol selected this year's tree this year's tree comes to us from the land of enchantment the great state of New Mexico it was chosen from the Carson National Forest the tree will be lit by house speaker Nancy Pelosi during a ceremony on the west front lawn of the capitol the tree will be lit from night fall until eleven PM each evening through new year's day in the mid west Michigan begins at legal sales of recreational pot today next month Illinois will also start selling recreational marijuana they bring the total number of states that allow people over twenty one to use marijuana to eleven W. CBS news time eight fifty one addition digital brought to you by B. NH New York's ultimate camera superstore packed these apps on your phone ahead of your holiday get away a good starting point is my TSA the TSA's official app has the definitive list of what you can and can't bring on the plane it also has real time check point wait times but keep in mind that doesn't include how long it takes to get through security the kayak app besides helping you find flights hotels and rental cars you can also check to see if your carry on meets the airline's requirements it uses your phone's camera and augmented reality to measure the size of your.

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Tall Stories: New Yorks streets

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

03:17 min | 11 months ago

Tall Stories: New Yorks streets

"We're on gun hill road in the Bronx near White Plains road you know sky go pretty open neighborhood by New York Sanders. There are some tall buildings around but street's pretty wide and most of the buildings are lower to kind of get a good glimpse of the sky. I can see several blocks away a lot of different directions. Lot of varied storefronts were passing the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church which is a big beautiful church Look back there you can see there. There's a lot of parts of the Bronx to there's a lot of bedrock I started. What is the last day of two thousand eleven? So it's been a little over seven years now checking your fund. Yeah I'm looking at my map here. And you got some woking instructions instructions I think in the pet so two thousand eleven yeah does little over seven years ago when I walked a little over ninety one hundred miles now and have have maybe a few hundred left to go the big question that everyone properly asks y you must know a bit like walking. Come on I mean why do you like what you like. You know you just do and I think it's important to sometimes. Just follow what you feel called to do without try to come up with an artificial reasons to be able to explain to people so they can go and move on with your day. I guess you could argue. That saw too precious to make you know why you're you're doing it. And it's not conventional thing to do in the sense that you know a lot of people in offices during nine to five jobs and you've decided over the last seven even maybe a little bit longer to every street of Neil Yeah at the same time over the whole course of human history. What I'm doing much more conventional than people? You're sitting in an office meeting meeting. That's very slim slice of human history that we've been sitting in fluorescent lights looking at computers. Would you like about what you've discovered in these many many years. Everything's a surprise. I mean you know you come to New York and people tell you things about neighborhoods types of people believe it because you're a new person it's in there and they seem to know they're talking about when you go out and walk in a certain area and you say oh that's not true that's not true that's not true and you realize what you could have known in the first place. which is that every stereotype about place or type of person's always GonNa be wrong just because just because of the mathematics of it you can't some thousands of people in particular certain characteristics? That's never know where so I learned early on to not expect any think so in that way you could either say everything surprising or nothing surprising because I didn't have any expectations to begin with. Yeah I mean we're in the neighborhood will win Bara that has a little stereotypes attached definitely. Yeah yeah the Bronx probably more so than any any other Any other the boroughs in New York. Lots of people who've never been here would confidently tell you a lot of stuff about how dangerous it is that kind of thing. I really knowing anything. What what do you think you WANNA learn from walking the streets? How can you put it to us? Once you do actually finish. I don't know I mean it's not really my concern to put it to use my concern to do it as well as I can. And then you know just see what happens from there can't really control What usage put to? You know. I didn't do it for particular particular use so I'm just trying to give it my all and whatever happens next

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How batteries in electric school buses could be used to feed the grid

Climate Connections

01:21 min | 11 months ago

How batteries in electric school buses could be used to feed the grid

"In twenty eighteen. Five Electric School. Buses hit the streets of white plains. New York they provide a quiet ride with no tailpipe emissions soon. They'll do even more our economies with con Edison the utility serving White Plains. He says electric buses became available. We were able to kind of comment and say now that school buses electric what other capabilities. What does it have con. Edison leading pilot project to use White Plains buses as a backup energy source in the summer. When they're not being driven the buses can charge up at night. And then the electricity stored in the batteries can be sent back to the grid as needed con. Says this can help. The utility meet demand for electricity at peak times such as hot afternoons owns. When air conditioners are running. One bus does not provide a lot of power but there are almost half a million school buses in the US so contest a strategy that could would be scaled up. The utilities would pay for the electricity. So Con- says the arrangement could help school. Bus Operators recoup some of the cost of an electric bus. They have an opportunity opportunity to make money using those school. Buses as summertime. Batteries concepts is just one added benefit of investing in clean buses for kids across the country. Climate connections is produced by the Yale Center firm Mental Communication Lauren. More at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The battle of White Plains two hundred and forty three years ago Westchester county executive George Latimer says this renewal effort is a tribute to him this generation of Americans are here to remember you and your great sacrifice and this building will live longer because all of us believe we Americans of today we remember what he did with the Miller family and we have tried it relatives of and analyze your Miller were on hand including Carroll Clark and back and Mary Ann Miller Kevin Rinko WCBS newsradio eight eight police around the tri state area like in middle township New Jersey South Jersey or mining parents to check the candy that their kids get this Halloween because the other middle township Cape May county cops there say a mother found a package of heroin in her kids trick or treat back Friday police say the kid got this candy Manda smack at an event Friday at the family success center there in south the mom tells local action news TV station that she knew something when right was she found a little plastic bag you a paper in it the only CBS news time ten eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids it's going on Kelly Dylan and let's start with this overturned tractor trailer westbound on at twenty four past at seventy eight still getting cleaned away all lane still subject to closure so you definitely want to skip that spot busy on the north and garden state parkway one forty four on up to about one forty eighteen Bloomfield got construction work there Lincoln tunnel I'd not that itself but the problem is on the Jersey side west bend for ninety five get overnight roadwork approaching it Rick three at making a mess of things and then west on route three construction in the caucus toward the middle lands parkway starting to really slow things up now and construction work north M. B. Q. we've really starting to back things up as you approach the because he's go bridge delays there back to the Williamsburg our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. S. and now the five day forecast from at Randy for the overnight hours it'll be mostly cloudy lo fifty five in the city of our forties and some of the outlying areas.

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"White Plains Friday afternoon a man walked in on he said basically a Billboard for Nazism a yarmulke with the swastika I've never seen anything like that ever patrons sent a photo to Millie Jasper head of the Holocaust in human rights education center confrontation the diner manager called police they asked the man believe he complied and he explained he was exercising his first amendment right to free speech Jasper says anti semitic incidents have been on the rise lately they're working with schools to teach the teachers the history of antisemitism the history and the current hate symbols and hate language that they impart this information to the kids in recent weeks swastikas of turned up at Scarsdale high school in Pleasantville high school in in downtown White Plains someone posted obscene flyers of the Holocaust memorial live in White Plains John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty seven thirty to at W. C. B. S. has been a bloody October for the homeless six homeless people have died in the streets of New York City just the past two weeks the most recent incident happened last week in queens let's learn more about this story from W. CBS reporter Marla diamond who joins us live and man was killed in queens a day after that horrific attack on for homeless men in China town the man in green got into a fist fight with another homeless man he was punched in the face fell on the concrete and later died and on October second the NYPD says a man killed a woman at the Bronx shelter where they both live the incidents have prompted police commissioner James o'neill to reach out to prosecutors in cases where violent criminals are granted bail it's a difficult thing.

Man kicked out of multiple restaurants for wearing swastika-emblazoned yarmulke

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Man kicked out of multiple restaurants for wearing swastika-emblazoned yarmulke

"The guy who is walking around around Westchester Westchester wearing wearing a a yarmulke yarmulke with with us us swastika swastika on on it it is is going going to to want want a a very very hungry hungry if if he he keeps keeps it it up up first first he he was was asked asked to to leave leave the the city city limits limits Steiner Steiner and and White White Plains Plains and and then then he was asked to leave sunshine bagels in arts lane at the diner some of the customers call the cops to injury of the man but there was nothing they could do with them because free speech she wasn't breaking any laws on the other hand the businesses were within their rights to ask him to leave

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Cuomo directs Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate swastikas at park

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo directs Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate swastikas at park

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo ordering a state hate crimes task force to help investigate to swastikas painted on an abandoned building in Suffolk County in New York it comes after anti semitic vandalism was found at the Holocaust memorial in White Plains Westchester county chief executive George Latimer says was discovered on the eve of Yom Kippur whether that person is if they're watching this is the response that you've gathered in New York is seeing an uptick in anti semitic incidents especially in New

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OxyContin maker Purdue begins showdown to halt opioid lawsuits

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

OxyContin maker Purdue begins showdown to halt opioid lawsuits

"Seven in the family behind the company that makes oxycontin is back in bankruptcy court today the Sackler say allowing lawsuits against them to proceed would harm their companies twelve billion dollar plan to settle opioid lawsuits attorney generals from New York New Jersey and Connecticut are arguing that more money is needed to fight addiction the Purdue pharma hearing is scheduled in bankruptcy court in White Plains

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Memorial in White Plains there found anti semitic materials on the eve of the holiest day of the year for Jews we go there live this morning and W. CBS reporter Shawn Adams yeah it's a desecration on the eve of Yom to for this graffiti anti semitic material at the Holocaust memorial right in the heart of downtown White Plains the garden of remembrance is a tranquil park it's right next to the Westchester county office building in the center there is a sculpture of a gate it's in the shape of a Hebrew letter and the bent gate posts are meant to resemble smoke wafting from a crematorium meanwhile down in New York City on this holy day extra security NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan counterterrorism units me putting out over a hundred and thirty some odd police offices are very synagogues throughout the city back to go over a corner room we're going to be in Brooklyn there's a disturbing trend in crime stats so far this year in New York City hate crimes are up thirty three percent anti semitic incidents up fifty three percent and up in new haven police are hunting for the hate monger who spray painted a swastika and trump on the steps at the a law school live in White Plains John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty six thirty two W. CBS news time and there's a deal to sink the floating billboards in the rivers around Manhattan W. CBS reporter Steve Byrnes really update this morning he's in Riverside Park Steve yeah Paul it shows you just how much scorn these things got in such a short amount of time is floating digital billboards first popped up late last year than by this summer there was a state law that banned them but the company that operates the ballyhoo media didn't float away quietly its CEO said after that state law that he still thought they have license to operate the law didn't apply to what they do but now there is a court order and that looks to be the final nail in the coffin the city had sued ballyhoo back in March claiming they're violating zoning laws value is now agreed to a settlement where it'll pay a hundred thousand dollars if it's called operating in New York water but as you might expect it looks like they are already trying to figure out a workaround ballyhoo CEO Adam Shapiro says in a statement he's looking at his options to stay in the Hudson.

Purdue Pharma begins Chapter 11 bankruptcy journey

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Purdue Pharma begins Chapter 11 bankruptcy journey

"Revenue the Purdue pharma bankruptcy is heading to court today in White Plains is the first step to in their chapter eleven journey by the maker of oxycontin a judge will ultimately decide if lawsuits can proceed against the company and its owners the Sackler family several states including New York New Jersey and Connecticut turned down the settlement offer from the company that would have been worth as much as twelve billion

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

All Things Considered

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

"A federal bankruptcy judge in White Plains New York says he's hoping to sort out what happens next in terms of numerous lawsuits still spending your pending rather against oxycontin maker Purdue pharma and the family that owns the company former filed for federal bankruptcy protection Sunday with the Sackler family knowing it has compassion for the victims of the opioid crisis while the per far for deal would resolve some twenty six hundred lawsuits about half the plaintiffs against the company are still rejecting that

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

Morning Edition

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

"Drugmaker Purdue pharma has filed for bankruptcy the maker of oxycontin filed for chapter eleven protection in White Plains New York last night after produce board of directors approved a tentative settlement with many state and local governments suing amid the opioid addiction crisis the move does not in the legal battle some states want to continue lawsuits against the Sackler family which owns

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Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy

"Do pharma the maker of oxycontin filed for bankruptcy protection and White Plains late last night the company made billion selling the prescription painkiller but now the move likely means the company will be removed from the first federal hope your trial scheduled to start in Cleveland next month last week Purdue pharma reached a tentative settlement with several state and local governments that are suing it over the toll opioids have had the tentative deal would be worth up to twelve billion dollars over time about half the states including New York New Jersey and Connecticut have not signed on to the proposal instead they plan to continue litigation against members of the Sackler family which owns the

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In White Plains and your lower Manhattan mostly cloudy skies seventy one degrees at eight twenty there are new rules around vaccinations in New York state as kids head back to school W. CBS's Steve burns has more thousands of parents across New York state now have a choice to make either vaccinate your child or keep them home from school the law now in that you can receive a medical exemption for vaccination but that is state senator Brad oilman sponsored the bill putting an end to the religious exemption the Los withstood legal challenges this summer the first amendment does not extend to endangering the health of your own children or someone else's it's up to schools to report immunization records in the state department of health will be doing audits schools face a two thousand dollar fine for each student found to be in violation we need to do everything in our power to make sure young children are vaccinated before they get to school and that's what this log about Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty Caradog you'll be healthcare that's what a study says a new study story from CBS news correspondent Stefan Kaufmann Mayo Clinic study found that when comparing dog owners with that list people those having dogs benefit the most in terms of cardiovascular health researcher Dr Jose Medina into hosa says dog owners simply get more exercise to get up and move around you make better decisions about your for thank you small dead members in your voter going to bed you're sure there's going to be better the study says dog owners get health benefits no matter their age sex or education level Stephan Kaufman CBS news things got a little too hot on a fire island ferry last night three men arrested after police say there was not one but two disturbances two passengers began fighting on the ferry Firebird after departed ocean bay park the two men were restrained by security personnel on board the vessel soon after that another passenger climbed atop the seat on the upper deck and attempted to climb over the safety rail he was restrained by security officers we don't know if the two things were related women warriors the voices of change is a thrilling multimedia concert honoring the strength and heroism of global female activists join them September twentieth at Alice Tully hall in Lincoln center for this historical live orchestral experience which features music by eight Hollywood female composers and historical documentary.

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"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Marched another few miles up the road from new rochelle to moronic connect and pause there for another four days by the time the british in heaven's finally started moving again the continental army had had almost almost a week to occupy entrench its defenses at white plains making a direct assault inadvisable washington had position the continental that aligns between the bronx river on his right and a smaller creek and marshy area to the left making a british flanking attack on his lines much more the difficult while the dow fourteen thousand british and hessian forces could have taken the continentals how feared another bunker hill level level of casualties. How second in command general clinton who have been urging faster movement along also agreed that a direct assault sold at this point would be a mistake instead general how stopped again and waited for a better opportunity to engage the continentals general clinton led the british contingent and knipe house and led the hashes. The combined force moved to occupy the high ground at chatterton tannehill. This was right across the bronx river but will give the british the high ground overlooking the continental right flank from their the british british could use artillery to drive the americans from the field on october twenty eighth. They attempted to occupy chatterton hill as soon as washington to learn that the british were crossing the bronx river. He realized that chatterton hill was the obvious goal. He sent general alexander mcdougall. Who <unk> who you may recall from many episodes back had been one of the sons of liberty troublemakers in new york city now as a general he would support the few militia units already on the hill other deployed officers included major benjamin talmadge who will become important in future episodes an captain alexander hamilton's artillery this combined force would try to deny the hill to the enemy the continentals i deployed loyd a few companies as a delaying action to slow the british inheritance from crossing the bronx river and approaching the hill. This gave general mcdougal talk to get his soldiers onto the hill itself. The hashes led a few tentative assaults on the hill but were driven back each time the british eventually sleet decided they needed to launch an all out coordinated assault on the hill using four thousand troops they organized the attack and three prongs folks colonel raw would lead the charge up the hill on the american right another hessian colonel carl von don up. Let a second charge charge against the center and british general alexander leslie would lead the british regulars against the american left flank colonel johan unrolls aggressive assault ended up scattering the militia on the american right flank row had been one of those newly arrived in america hessian reinforcements percents a few months later he would find himself in charge of the trenton outpost during christmas after roll scattered the militia he was able to push into the american center on chatterton hill. The americans did not panic this time colonel. John has led stellar regiment which had been one of the few to stand and fight at the battle of long island stood and fought once again on chatterton hill providing covering fire for for the rest of the americans to retreat house. Let's regiment then maintained its own orderly retreat off the hill giving way to the superior british and hessian assault while keeping their lines in good order the fighting on chatterton hill cost the british inhibitions about two hundred casualties while the americans lost about one hundred and seventy-five since this was just part of the overall battle of white plains casualty estimates are not very precise but basically it was close to a draw in terms of casualties. The british took the hill which gives them victory. They then entrenched themselves and prepared for a final assault on the main american lines but how again was still not interested in an aggressive attack. After capturing capturing chatterton hill the two armies spent the rest of the day mostly lobbing artillery shells at each other without much impact with british artillery now able to destroy the continental right flank the british could have launched a final assault and crushed the continental line instead how did what he normally did gave washington a chance to realize that his position was untenable and that he should retreat from the field bob how reinforced his position on chatterton hill and maintain his lines directly facing the american lines but did not advance the two armies stood there and looked at each other for another two days as the americans awaited the final assault that never came on october thirtieth general lord percy arrived from new york city with seven more regiments of haitians. Even with additional forces the british still did not attack according to how he had planned to attack on the thirty first but did not do so because of a terrible rainstorm washington winton finally decided that the continental army should retreat north on november first before dawn the continentals began to pull out and march north worth the continuing rain gave cover to the retreat how did not bother to pursue or harassed the retreating continental army at first the continentals move back about five miles to north castle heights were they would be in a better position to resist a british attack but the british. I never bothered to pursue them. General how kept the british and hessen soldiers in camp for several more days finally abandoning white plains and retreating south washington realizing he would not have to occupy the favorable ground for a battle continued his retreat north at peekskill. He took his army across the hudson river into new jersey with washington's retreat. The only continental occupation on manhattan hat nyland remained the stronghold at fort washington next week. General hal will turn his attention to the capture of fort washington and making his control of manhattan complete. Hi thanks for joining the american revolution podcast after show. I want to thank the continued support of liberty and co a member of the robert morris circle on patron tyler france who runs liberty and co <music> sells a wide range of revolution and constitution related items. Yes some great t shirts with logos related to the nation's founding such says a seventeen seventy five militia shirt one with the poultry flag on it even the familiar join or die logo that i love to use for my podcast. If you're looking for ways to show your love of the american revolution a t shirt from liberty and co might just be what you need tyler also donates a portion of his prophets to the museum of the american revolution and on top of that you can.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"White Plains and forty eight degrees over at Newark, liberty airport. WCBS news time is four forty Ugandan. Police say they ever rested some people over the kidnapping last week of an American tourist who since been freed that did not specify how many were said they are actively investigating this kidnap which happened April second in a national park there. The victims Kim in the of Costa, Mesa, California and a local driver. Well, they were freed Sunday police said the hunt for the kidnappers include raids extensive searches as the kidnappers demanded five hundred thousand dollars ransom after take an to gun point. With me. You got an official said no ransom was paid. But a tourism operator say that money was paid to secure indicates. Release the principal at Westville high school in north jersey winning coma after donating bone marrow to a fourteen year old boy in France and died on Sunday relatives of forty four year old. Derek Nelson said is still not clear what happened to the father of a six year old girl and did not know the French team for which he was donating. But after the procedure in February relatives tilled, nj dot com. Nelson could not speak or move and remain in that in that condition until he died from his work in school. Nelson served as an army reserve officer for over twenty years and recently reenlisted after being assigned past duty in the Middle East. Well, the Bill now headed to governor Cuomo to sign into law or reject on New York would give more workplace protections to people who wear clothing items for religious reasons, the New York state Senate Tuesday past version of the Bill that already passed in the assembly which clarifies the state's anti-bias rules to keep bosses from discriminating against workers because of clothing, headcovering or hair styles. They wear while following their religious beliefs. Before we jump to sports still a little sports related Irvin. Magic Johnson up and quit. His job last night as president of basketball operations for the LA. Lakers more fun when I was able to be the big brother in Basler everybody thought about Dwayne way retiring tomorrow, and I can't even tweet it out. Can't be there. Johnson went onto to reporters before the Lakers last game that he did not like the backstabbing and whispering and things did not have to go on the hall of Famer made that announcement to the reporters ninety minutes before the last game of the team sixth straight losing season before telling the Lakers owner and general manager is four forty two sports will be sponsored by bath fitter. Trust the experts.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Day thirty two in White Plains with wind chill factored in it. Feels like twenty three later on getting into about forty six four high WCBS news time is four oh threes. Speaking of high pot smokers and those in New Jersey who want to help folks hurt by marijuana convictions. While they're not getting a vote to legalize recreational weed in New Jersey, not yet changes never easy says governor, Murphy and change here involved rethinking some deeply held beliefs was disappointing. But it wasn't. I don't think it was shocking. He says he had some deep conversations with lawmakers over the past week. But in the end, he didn't win over the twenty one votes needed a state Senate to get legal marijuana pass Justice may be delayed, but Justice will not be denied Senate president Steve Sweeney says this just represents a chance to redouble their efforts. This wasn't a defeat its pause. And now we're going to go back and look at it. We're going to do a post op we'll figure out what we can change to change minds. The Bill was. Is overly ambitious? According to Kevin bet with the group smart approaches to marijuana action. Just didn't see this social Justice issue at all he says this defeat in such deep. Blue state will reverberate across the country and across the border to New York, New York. One of the biggest arguments was this is going to happen to jersey social after New York, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty. Connecticut where a state legislatures general law committee did pass a Bill to set up a new cannabis control commission within the consumer protection department slaves. The groundwork for legalizing recreational pot by setting up the group to look into regulating licensing studying issues around recreational marijuana for adults twenty one and over one of several pot related bills up for the debate. This session in Connecticut is four zero four high profile attorney Michael avenue represented a porn star. Who says she was paid off to keep quiet about an affair with President Trump will now have an ATI is out on jail out of jail on bond after he was accused yesterday of trying to get paid off Haney twenty million.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And twenty-six in White Plains WCBS news time twelve fifty time. To celebrate birthdays. Yankees manager. Aaron Boone is Forty-six Kaelin is Kato your middle name and nickname is that when people call you said it Brian. Yes. O J. Simpson's were made Kato kaylin is sixty days, man. Charles Gibson is seventy six tuck show host Steve wilko's fifty four fifty five rather Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac is forty actress Brittany snow thirty three and this. On this. Meany TV's Webster. Emmanuel Lewis is forty eight best wishes to everyone celebrating a birthday today. This south by south west festival in Austin, Texas is underway with many leaders from various industries sending on the event, including presidential candidates decades ago. This festival grew out of an indie rock gathering. Now. It is turned into million events conference, featuring tech and also leaders and government here including many twenty twenty presidential contenders. And that is CBS's Steve Dorsey in Austin, Mark zuckerberg's do privacy focused vision for Facebook looks like a transformative mission statement for the much social network, but critics claimed the announcement obscures Facebook's deeper motivations. They say those include expanded lucrative new commercial services, but up allies in the attention of users end developing new ways of tracking. Ng people WCBS news time twelve fifty two. It's.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Parts to White Plains on Long Island over at bro. Airport later today that FOX is to burn on off getting up to about forty seven degrees today. Leftover drizzle burn out to WCBS news time three oh, three ten of the seventeen candidates for New York City. Public advocate debated issues last night on New York one which hosted what turned out to be a lot of talking over one another his criminal what's happening there. It's criminal that we have children who are being poisoned by let pain is criminal that every single time. The temperature. Have you ever? The first council member. Chelsea. Problem housing. I've had hearings at Nitra facilities when no one else today. Yeah. That's former council speaker, Melissa Mark Viverito talk it over Brooklyn councilman Raphael Espino at Brooklyn councilman Jimani Williams onstage as was activists. No Mickey cons attorney, Don Smalls state, assembly members. Michael Blake Ron Kim Daniel O'Donnell long with city council members, you donnas Rodriguez. Eric Alrich those ten on stage and the seven others or the New York City public housing. Authorities new boss is sort of on loan from sanitation Garcia list says her number one job getting the lead out of twenty eight hundred Nitra apartments housing, children less than six years old. The absolute immediate things is to ensure that we are doing the remediation that are required to be done by the end of this month. And then from there, it's it's really about the things that are most important in nature residence, which is going to be heat, hot, water, and malt. What part of the sanitation department culture, does she hope to bring tonight, you I think that from the department of sanitation point of view is we really view it as we have to serve the customers which. Are the eight point four million New Yorkers every single day? And I want to bring that focus tonight Garcia.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now, it is forty in White Plains and on Long Island is forty five degrees in a bit foggy and Islip. Twelve mile an hour winds clocked over there in these overnight hours temps OB slowly rising through the forties to near fifty by daybreak low rain and drizzle here, and there and more of that all the way for Thursday. What's more fog and high around fifty four at least WCBS news time eleven oh. Three this afternoon and south Jamaica queens, claims were pretty high coming out of the top of the house. And then spread to the other house next door neighbor, Arthur Boone, they're talking with CBS to is three neighboring homes burned in all on one fifty eighth street between Meyer avenue in one fifteenth road officials say a woman is dead now to other people, including an infant were are now at least recovering throw the baby out to get the baby out safely that person also talking with CBS to sources say firefighters went in I found forty year old disabled woman unconscious in the bathroom. She was rushed to a hospital. But she was the one who later died that infant and a twenty seven year old man is injuries said to be non-life threatening. Investigators now looking into how the fire started. MTA board. Members are set to vote tomorrow on a plan to raise bus and subway fares vote is taking on a life of its own coming to symbolize a fight over the future of the MTA, Danny perlstein at the riders alliance isn't on board instead asking for another source of revenue to come. I was asking.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In White Plains feels like twenty seven with the wind chill factor in later today getting up to about forty four degrees and northern jersey Hudson, valley suburbs. Some heavier snow squalls possible over in those parts. WCBS CBS news time four three a mistrial in the case against Chanel Louis, the Brooklyn man, accused of killing and raping Howard beach, queens giaga Corinna Toronto two years ago during the trial the state presented evidence linking Lewis DNA found on the victim's cell phone fingernails, ended neck, in fact, it was that testimony from the DNA expert that the jury asked to listen to again today. Prosecutors also presented a confession from the east New York man, then just after nine o'clock. The jury sent the judge a note saying he was unable to make progress that CBS twos. Jessica late mcqueen's criminal court yesterday where prosecutors inva- Tronto family left without talking to reporters. But Chanel Lewis's attorney Jimmy Chang. Did Jerry is understanding that DNA solids confessions, not only their issues in the case as you'll see it's much more complex. Prosecutors said last night they will go for a second trial against Louis who is still in jail due back in court in late January. Down the jersey shore yesterday afternoon in colts neck at an estate owned by Keith and Jennifer Caneiro, two adults and two children were found dead at the scene of this fire in this normally quiet idyllic section of Monmouth county smoke was still seen drifting up from the back of the mansion hours after this fire was first reported the challenge challenges, obviously that it's burning. So it's difficult to going there and try to recover it was difficult to try to recover remains. When there's a potential risk of the roof falling in things like that Monmouth county prosecutor Christopher Michio knee says it's being investigated as an arson. There was one one body that was found out front of the home. The other three were recovered from inside the home. And unfortunately, they were burned severely as a result of the fire that they were exposed to upwards of twenty fire departments responded. He says there was another fire in the morning at a house in ocean township about ten miles away from here record show that home is owned by members of the same family that owned the home here in colts neck for Michio set. They're trying to figure out if the two fires were related in colts. Next. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight what with eleven children dead from the adenoviruses outbreak over the past two months at the one q center for nursing and rehab in Haskell Passaic county, north jersey. Nj dot com is now reporting three state lawmakers from Bergen county are asking the attorney general to investigate state Senator Gerald Gerald card. Nali assemblywoman Holly and assemblyman Robert off all asking your beer, gray walls office to look into how the pediatric nursing home handled the problem overall. And if they stalled before sending the children to the hospital now state health officials say thirty four of the sixty five young patients at the clinic have been affected with the ad no virus since the start of the operate there. They're one accused center not a Latin Nassau County Long Island yesterday. I want to the.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Up in White Plains overnight, low around forty two in midtown into the mid thirties across the outlying suburbs and Wednedsay's high getting up twins the we haven't gotten a Tuesday. Yeah. Let me talk about Tuesday mostly sunny day on the way with high fifty six, okay. Wednesday, sixty four in milder and milder, it's one zero three well turns out a suspicious envelope. At the New York Times headquarters was only filled with papers. But mailroom worker saw something so said something and the NYPD went to check that package last night on the same day that the time found out one of the paper's editors was on a list of about one hundred targets of the mail bombs at went out last week to well known Democrats in Trump critics well Fifty-six-year-old Caesar Seiyaku, Florida is now hill without Bill in that case charge and accused of doing it. He'll be actually tried here in New York because most of the explosive packages were mailed to the New York City area jury selection. Now underway in the trial of the Bangladeshi immigrant accused of trying to bomb the port authority tunnel near Times Square. This was during morning rush last December eleventh, but only seriously hurt himself when it went off twenty eight year old ACI Ola had been living in Brooklyn working as a cabbie. But prosecutors say he was driven by support for ISIS. Judge on Monday reminded prospective jurors at hula is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Now. He's in jail now facing life in prison if convicted and a judge told lawyers in the case he would ask prospective jurors. If they were swayed by last week's reports of bomb sent to high profile, Democrats and Trump critics a little over a week now before New Yorkers pick between incumbent democratic governor. Andrew Cuomo Republican Martin Molinaro and three other independent candidates for governor. But until then incumbent has a job to do your in Brentwood at community hard hit by gang violence. Governor Cuomo says the state must invest in young people in a positive way that will enhance. Their future. So they do not get recruited by MS thirteen gang members. We have seen tragic killings. Brutal savage killings niece Mickens Kayla. Cuevas children children. He says twenty million dollars in state money will go to building a new community how here in Brentwood, along with safety upgrades at parks, which will include cameras and new law enforcement tools to catch gang members. And it's not enough to say to a young person. No, don't do this. No, don't do this. No, don't do this. There has to be something to say. Yes to don't do this. I get it. But where's my future was my hope is my direction? Where's my role model where am I going Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty? If New York City now trying to clean up after leaking trash bags this year alone. The NYPD issued more than eighteen hundred summonses to drivers in private garbage trucks for things like speeding running red lights leaking fuel lines that even broken down safety equipment. You're on notice that city government is focused on you more than ever, and we will not stop until your operations are safer more efficient for environmental purposes, and that your workers are treated more fairly. Daniel Brownell is the head of the business integrity commission. They will be part of a week long crackdown with police featuring stepped up inspections and they're ready to do more than just hand out. Tickets vehicle has defective brakes that hydraulics leaking things that are nature that vehicle is highly likely to be put out of service and be told from the locations..

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Up in White Plains club thirty one mile an hour gusts up there right now and later today getting up to fifty eight we'll see some sunshine so says the forecast here. Hopefully and remain brisk through the day. CBS news time four zero three years worth of calls for help seem like they're now being answered in New Jersey. Katie Brennan, the chief of staff at the state's housing agency says she was sexually assaulted by a man who took a top government job in try. It makes me sick to my stomach. The Katy went through what you went through. Governor Murphy says he had no clue what happened until about two weeks ago. But she did Email back in June and said that she had a sensitive matter that you wanted to discuss that related to the campaign. So what she said the campaign, it made obvious sense to me to get someone in the legal side of the house who was associated with the campaign his lawyers his team, they all took it from there. But never got anywhere. The Hudson county prosecutor's office refused. Depress charges. She had called police and then eventually after more than a year broker. Silence. Governor Murphy says even though they did everything by the books. It might be tied to make some changes. So he launched an investigation that will look at three things figure out how the heck did this higher happen? Secondly policy base in the sense of how do you get a better set of rules of the road inside the government, and then sort of criminal Justice, maybe legislative reform and look at other states what they're doing and what we can learn from them in Newark, Kevin Rinku WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty on that note in New York state government for people who work in Albany, sexual.

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"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I sponsored by White Plains hospital. Here's rich Ackerman. Kevin the Yankees and Red Sox are both playoff bound. But I the close out the regular season tonight in Boston. The Red Sox. Have baseball's best record the Yankees still have something at stake this weekend. They're looking host the as in Wednesday's wildcard game. They needed a win or loss by the as in Anaheim this weekend to clinch that first wildcard J half perfect since joining the Yankees with a six zero record goes for seventeenth win tonight against Bryan Johnson. The Mets are headed to another disappointing finish no close out the season against the Marlins Corey Oswal will start against Jose Urania David Wright will make his final start tomorrow, but is available as the first pinch hitter off the bench tonight. So we'll likely see some action before playing that final game alleviate Vernon remains out for the giants will MRs fourth straight game due to an ankle injury. Ally joins them on the sidelines with a groin injury and Jonathan Stewart placed on I r is season over right now because of a foot injury the jets Marcus may be a game time decision on Sunday because of a foot injury. The Ryder Cup the United States lost all four afternoon. Matches today in trails. Europe five three after the first day the poor showing through cold water on the encouraging start in which the US one three of its first four matches sports. I at twelve and forty two past every hour. I'm rich Ackerman and now page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, the ghost is back. This house is protected through progressive. But that doesn't mean it's not haunted. How else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning? Maybe he never bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings. Save an average of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive..

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