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"Harry Potter" actress Jessie Cave says baby has COVID-19
"On Instagram that her baby son has the virus. She posted a photo showing him in the hospital, Cave said he's okay and is doing well, but they're being vigilant and cautious. She gave birth to the baby in October and wrote on Instagram that the birth was extreme and that the child was placed in the neonatal unit. Following his arrival. The Essex County prosecutor's office is
83 kids or teachers caught COVID-19 in New Jersey’s largest reported school outbreak, state says
"School in Essex County was the scene of the largest covert outbreak yet in a school in New Jersey state data show 83 students and staff members were infected. Exactly where this happened was not revealed for privacy reasons. It's unclear if it was a public school or a private school. Since the school year began, there have been 108 school outbreaks in New Jersey, involving nearly 550 students and personnel. Most of the outbreaks have involved no more than 10 people.
"essex county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Of Cove. It is here. We're not out of the woods uncovered, folks. Another bad day of numbers. Um This is going in the wrong direction. Essex County is hardest hit here in Newark Ironbound section businesses have to close early in New Jersey. Nearly 2500 new Kobe cases the other day, two straight days over 2018 straight days over 1009 more deaths reported more than 1000 people in the hospital. Case is not a size the peak in April, but a return to the numbers. Inmate officials blame private indoor gatherings and restriction. Fatigue. State health commissioner says preliminary prediction Models show The second wave Peking sometime early next year, Governor Murphy ones If this gets worse, all options are on the table, possibly a statewide stay at home order. Curfew and business closures in Newark, Sean Adams. WCBS News radio 80 11 0 70 WCBS latest on the roads in that beautiful forecast on a Thursday as we think about the weekend, and we have a way for you to wrap things up on a Friday night, Friday night's WCBS takes a deeper dive into the news was really interesting proposal. Almost emblematic. Are the top issues in depth with the weekly rewind. Real feeling just doesn't work for everyone get a deeper understanding with your host Lynda Lopez. I learned from that election court battle What we learned the weekly Rewind Friday nights of seven on WCBS 81 a seventh Heaven gods, her kids. Okay cards. Kids Donate your car today with 1877 cars for kids were a recognized 501 c three Charity organization.
30,000 eviction cases filed in New Jersey since April
"In New Jersey continue stacking up despite the state's ongoing moratorium on anyone getting locked out of their home. WN Y sees Carinae reports Another 6000 evictions were filed in court last month. Pushing the statewide total of landlord tenant cases since April past 30,000. While there's a ban on evictions through the end of the year, landlords are still allowed to start the process by going to court. And records show. About a third of September's filings are from Essex County alone, Governor Phil Murphy has set aside another $12 million in federal aid to help those who can't pay rent. But housing advocates say that to drop in the bucket compared to the several billion dollars that's needed. For now, a bill that would give renters more time to make their monthly payments when the moratorium lifts remain stalled in the Senate. A court order is
1 Killed In New Jersey House Fire Southwest Of New York
"After fire ravages a house in New Jersey flames breaking out on Saturday night at 17, Myrtle Avenue and Nutley in the attached garage of a two story home. Crews from nearby my Claire Lyndhurst in Bloomfield joined the Nutley Fire Department to get the blaze under control. The Essex County prosecutor's office is investigating the cause of the blaze. New Jersey
Boston - Mass. Reports 2 New Human Cases Of West Nile Virus In Middlesex County
"Of West Nile virus discovered here in Massachusetts, bringing the total to three cases so far this year. The latest cases they're both out of Middlesex County involving one man in his fifties. Another man in his eighties. Most West Nile virus activity this year has been focused in areas around Boston and includes parts of middle six Norfolk and Essex counties. The virus course it's transmitted by affected Missy mosquitoes, so people are being urged to take precautions to avoid being bitten. Last year, Five people were infected in the state Coming up.
2 New Human Cases Of West Nile Virus In Boston Area of Middlesex County
"Cases of West Nile virus in the state health officials say two men one in his fifties, the other in his eighties, both exposed to West Nile and Middlesex County in an area already known to be in risk. Most West Now, virus case activity this year has been focused on an area around Boston and includes parts of Norfolk, Middlesex and Essex counties.
Report Warns Climate Change Will Cause More Flooding, Erosion On North Shore, Boston
"Is out, showing a grim outlet for climate change on the North Shore. The reporters from the trustees of reservations and predict in the next 10 years, 600 North Shore Properties could see title flooding every single day. And the number of properties is only set to climb in the coming years, putting $100 billion worth of Essex County real estate at risk.
First human case of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2020 identified
"Announced the season's first In case of West Nile virus here in the state. Now we have ward details about the person that's been infected. It's a man in his fifties who was likely exposed to the virus in southwestern Essex County or eastern Middlesex County. The risk of human infection generally is low throughout the Commonwealth. Last year, Though Massachusetts saw five human cases the viruses usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Most people infected have no symptoms at all. The people over 50 are at higher risk for severe disease symptoms. They can include fever and flu like illness. In rare cases, they can be more serious, even deadly, so be sure to take precautions against mosquito bites. Apply insect repellent when you're outdoors, make sure it contains detained the hours from dust. Adan Orpik biting times for many mosquitoes. The president of one of the world's
85 Infants Test Positive For Covid-19 Coronavirus In Texas County
"Officials officials reporting reporting 174 174 new new death death the the most most in in the the day day since since the the krone krone outbreak outbreak began. began. In In New New Essex Essex County, County, Corpus Corpus Christi. Christi. What's What's where where it's it's located located 85 85 infants infants under the age of one testing positive for folk over 19 more from Ed Lavandera right wing of the Republican Party here in Texas has been highly critical of the governor for this mask mandate some people calling it unconstitutional. The governor has gone on and spoken to that group. And said Just the opposite. That mass mandate is constitutional. He has the authority to issue it. And not only that, is that essentially, he's saying it is the only thing keeping him from shutting down the Texas economy. He's too soon represented. Sylvia Garcia spoke to ABC News, calling it a sad state of affairs in Texas governor has failed to order a shut down, he failed to early order of mask law across the state. He's not given the local officials inflexibility do what they need to do in their own cities in their own cut county, So the mayor's absolutely right. We need to do more officials there gave public schools the okay to keep our campus is closed for more than five million kids well into the fall. Winds. News time. 3 25
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"NewsRadio always live always local. This's Boston's news radio. W B Z 10 30 I Hard radio station. 81 degrees right now in Boston at 4 30 Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening way. We're watching the weather this afternoon, severe weather popping up in some areas National Weather Service in nor in just reporting a funnel cloud in the Salisbury area. They say There does seem to be a week rotation visible in these photos, but no evidence of it touching the ground at this time, So we're watching that situation. Let's bring in meteorologist Carl Eriksen Carl still seeing some of those storms up there in Essex County. That's right, Nicole, and that's where the hardest hit areas have been up toward Essex County. In fact, North Andover reported some large trees down is the storm's first developed here this afternoon, along with some wind damage, Also some localized flash flooding some locations around and over, reported a little over an inch of rain in just under an hour's time. They could certainly create some flash flooding concerns. And still, those storms are holding firm. They're over Essex County sliding off of the Northeast by the next hours, so began to wind down there, but still something Ongoing flash flooding a concern there elsewhere across the region fairly quiet. It looks like the main stores were made off to our north over the next couple of hours, and everybody settles down. Going into this evening. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Car. Ericson to be busy. Boston's news radio Thanks Carlos for 31 in state lawmakers on Beacon Hill continued a hash out a police reform bill. So far that bill has had more than 100 amendments slapped onto it. It bands chokeholds.
"essex county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Weekend made in America, all American bands all Fourth of July weekend long and well, we have somebody checking in with a problem on the roads before we get to our official traffic report. Hi, what's out there, But I just thought I'd call it further that travel issue up to 95,000 Between 29 exit 28. So they want to tell your listeners to get off at exit 30 crash. I don't know any coming now I get it. Well, thanks for the heads up. Appreciate the call at 1 800 to 831 a 1.5 and now more traffic information from the from stur above a little bit slow in Toms River. Right now, we had a fireworks display. Just wrap up in Shelter Cove Park so you could expect some slowdowns on bay evident heading back out towards Fisher Boulevard and Fisher Boulevard. Pretty slow both ways at Bay Avenue. Also watch out for delays. On 37 westbound heading out of Toms River gets pretty busy as a head off towards Hooper Avenue and some stop and go on 35. North bound coming out of La Valette backup towards Manilow, King. Parkway Still moving along? Great. If you're coming home from the shore tonight, we've got no delays the ocean and Mama's County but further north through Essex County, your jam for at least two miles from Irvington up towards East Orange. There's still a right lane shut down just after exit 1 44 with an accident being cleaned up. And we've got reports of a crash onto 80 westbound. That's just after exit 11. Also watch out for a crash in Mountainside 22 eastbound right around New Providence Road looks pretty good to crossings tonight. If you're leaving New Jersey we've got no construction and no delays at the Hudson or Delaware. This report sponsored by Mothers Against Drunk driving for victims of drunk and drugged driving. Your grief is unique. But you're not alone. You always have a place that man called a 24 hour victim. Help line at 877 man help or visit Mad, Not organ traffic every 15 minutes. Next reports at 10 48 I'm Jeff from on New Jersey when a 1.5 all Jersey thank you so much. You're making my morning 100 times better. New Jersey, one at one point It just doesn't feel like summer without an ice Cold Coca Cola in your hand, stopped by your local convenience store.
Lynn Protest Against Police Brutality, Boston
"On the north shore tonight an anti racism protest is being held at Lynn Commons organizer's tell the Lynn item this is in response to a move by Lynn police to arrest three black men back on June fifteenth the paper reports the protest is being organized by unite here local twenty six two of the men arrested were are members of that union the men say Lynn police unlawfully arrested assaulted and falsely charged them as off research looked into a noise complaint the statement when police say an officer has already voluntarily resigned if they're still investigating this trying to find out what happened but when the investigation is complete they'll handed over to the Essex County DA's office
Sheriff’s Recruit Dies During Physical Training In Haverhill, Boston
"Week updating this story we just learned about a training recruit with the Essex County sheriff's department was died unexpectedly at the age of twenty nine Onishi Khalifa was doing physical fitness exercises at the time training with the academy over at northern Essex community college the sheriff's department says recruits undergo rigorous medical and physical evaluation before beginning basic
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This seriously and parts of Essex County and northern Massachusetts southern New Hampshire you you're seeing you know a much lower rate of transmission the moment there is other more urbanized parts of the country Goldman WBZ Boston news radio have you been having weird or notable dream sense the pandemic started you're not alone WBZ TV's Dr Maleeha Marshall takes a closer look stay at home mom Stephanie Klein says she's never had more vivid dreams than the one she's experienced over the last several weeks they're not nightmares but they more than once have left me drenched in sweat and so like having like a Realtek physiological response I've been able to write them down pretty accurately she's not alone sleep experts say during the Copa nineteen pandemic they've seen an uptick in vivid dreams and and the ability to recall them some of us were actually getting more sleep and you have more dreams right before you wake in in the morning and Harvard survey more than two thousand people described five thousand Kobe nineteen related dreams in the last month Harvard psychologist Dr Deirdre Barrett is collecting those dreams there are a lot of these oh my god I haven't and I'm maybe I'm gonna die and then there are a lot of dreams that have metaphors for the virus every kind of in the world attacking the dreamer experts say one function of dreams is to help this process what we experience in our waking hours some say you can actually influence what happens when you close your runs just as you fall asleep you can image whatever it is you.
Boston - Massachusetts Reports 9 Deaths, 777 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases
"The numbers of the number of deaths in Massachusetts is up to nine nine people have a succumbed to corona virus there are at this point and these numbers of course will change there were a hundred and thirty one new cases hello determine today through testing and we now have seven hundred and seventy seven cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts two hundred thirty two in Middlesex County hundred fifty four in Suffolk County which essentially is Boston as well as Chelsea and Winthrop and a couple of other community smaller communities Essex County seventy three that's seven hundred and seventy seven is based upon eighty nine hundred tests so the the confirmation numbers added these tests is below if I'm reading those numbers correctly I think I am is below ten percent which is good which means people who are sensing that they have this virus with all of the symptoms that have been described they would contact your doctor or go I guess to a hospital in so at some point someone would say your symptoms are sufficient for us to give you a corona virus test so that's sort of the the top of the pyramid if you will I mean there are people who might feel a little off who don't feel necessary if necessary to go to a doctor or go to an emergency room and as a consequence they they don't get tested but I would think amongst the group past sort of that first obstacle of talking with their doctor whether it's a telehealth phone caller will do to traditional phone call someone makes a judgment that yeah they should be tested and at this point the number the number that I see it's less than ten percent I think that's a good number that's I mean it's encouraging better than than a higher
"essex county" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In his thirties in his thirties from Essex County the other is a male in his fifties from Bergen county no word yet on any other health issues they may have had Murphy says he plans to tighten the screws as he put it on social distancing this weekend suggesting an announcement about more restrictions to stop the spread may be coming Sonia Rincon ten ten wins news the US army corps of engineers working to get ten thousand more hospital beds to New York state to help handle covert nineteen cases correspondent Andy field says this will be a model for the rest of the nation army corps of engineers commander lieutenant general Todd seven nights is new York's governor is already getting him buildings to turn into hospitals we want to go into existing facilities primarily places around there I'm mainly gonna talk to make a simple hotels college dormitories and perhaps large spaces the army corps says it's moving fast to deal with the peak number of patients expected in three to four weeks in New York there are over seventy eight hundred cases forty eight deaths in New Jersey eight hundred ninety cases eleven deaths in Connecticut one hundred ninety four cases four deaths on Long Island Nassau County executive Laura current appeals to residents and businesses alike to obey orders coming from local and state governments are trying to be as compassionate as we can but if you're a facility or a shop where the fire marshal has to visit more than two or three times you will get an appearance ticket so please follow the executive orders listen to the rules and stay close to land what are businesses L..
Mother, Son Killed in NJ House Fire
"Eight a tragic fire kills a mother and son in Nutley the Essex County prosecutor's office says twenty nine year old Amanda Russo and her seven year old son died in that fire joke Caprio speaking to CBS two said he ran to the place to help and saw the grandfather covered in certain birds you seen that it was her house and she just yeah she just lost it she just she was she was like in a panic she couldn't believe it all my god my my daughter's in there my grandsons in there well the fire in the throne a block of Park Avenue so you for real man being treated at an area hospital that's according to the chief assistant prosecutor two generations one family lived
Officials: Mother, 7-Year-Old Son Found Dead After New Jersey House Fire
"Officials in New Jersey are investigating after a mother and son were killed in a house fire in Nutley Joe Caprio was driving down Park Avenue around twelve thirty Saturday afternoon when he saw the flames and got out of his car to help try kicking in the front door just as as as as a last attempt and I was about to go out and all of a sudden I saw a hand reaches for the doorknob attempt an open it the man at the door was the home seventy four year old owner according to the Essex County prosecutor's office the owners twenty nine year old daughter Amanda Russo and her seven year old son were up stairs and could not be saved neighbors say the grandmother was not home at the
Officials Identify Mother, Son Killed in House Fire
"Officials are investigating after a mother and son were killed in a house fire in Nutley according to the Essex County prosecutor's office twenty nine year old Amanda Russo and her seven year old son and perished in the blaze the fire started just after one PM Saturday at the two story home on Park Avenue neighbors say the boys seventy four year old grandfather was hurt but survived and the grandmother was not home at the
Woman, 7-Year-Old Boy Killed In New Jersey House Fire
"To New Jersey where a mother and son are dead after a house fire in Nutley that's according to the Essex County prosecutor's office the fire started on Park Avenue this afternoon neighbors say the boy's grandfather was hurt but survived and the grandmother was not home at the
Serial killer Khalil Wheeler-Weaver guilty of murdering three women in 2016
"Essex Essex County County authorities authorities today today delivered delivered a a verdict verdict in the case of a New Jersey man accused of multiple murder I'm pleased to announce that a serial killer who took the lives of three young women and attempted to kill another has been convicted and that's Essex County prosecutor Theodore Stevens a jury deliberated for just two hours Thursday before convicting Khalil Wheeler weaver and the deaths of twenty year old cerebellar thirty three year old joann brown and nineteen year old robin west in twenty sixteen he was also found guilty of trying to kill a fourth one in the same year the convictions on charges of murder desecrating human remains kidnapping aggravated sexual assault and aggravated arson could bring a potential sentence of life plus eighty years in prison Wheeler reverse public defenders acknowledged their client did arrange sexual encounters with the women but insist he dropped them off safely at the end of each one
1 person dead, 3 others wounded in shooting in Newark, NJ
"One person is dead at least three others have been wounded in a shooting in Newark happen on the one hundred block of eight straight NJ dot com says the reportedly to crime scenes connected to the shooting additional info about the victims not of immediately available the suspects are still on the loose the Essex County prosecutor's
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"essex county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Essex county. Prosecutors that sounds like strip club background noise. Well, Essex County. Prosecutors say sixty one year old Steve Koto filter parody Zeo, gentlemen, strip club. Irvington New Jersey was robbing patrons who were spending money, but apparently not getting enough in return, at least, that's what investigators say Koto told them the night the strip club burned down. And now the irvington man faces up to five years in prison because Essex County, prosecutors say Koto threw molotov cocktails and a gas can into the per parodies, yo strip club because of his aggravation adding up to aggravate, it arson. He'll be sentenced in April. WCBS CBS news time is to fifty one now down to the jersey shore were a beach access advocates the American littoral society is suing the town of deal. Trying to nullify the deal that the town of deal may to allow land owner to pay a million dollars in return for the town vacating the end of an ocean Front Street. Not a literal society is arguing that the town of deal, maybe setting a dangerous precedent for coastal towns to sell ownership of land at the dead in the streets that run up to the oceanfront thinking private owners within block public access to the beach from those points officials in the town of deal say no physical barrier will keep people from the San even after the sand. Sold off. But that's exactly what surfers and fishermen are afraid of check celebrity birthday someone have sex with you. Oh, Burt Renos actor would have been eighty three today..
"essex county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Icing when the temperatures plunge Peterhead, skull WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty two men were shot by Newark police officer during a car chase late last night. The Essex County prosecutor's office has a grand jury will be presented with a case following a review. Of the shooting. They say the officer tried to pull over Andrew Dickson and Gregory Griffin. But they kept going. The men are in critical condition at university hospital. A loaded semiautomatic handgun was found inside their car. The jury in the trial of accused Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman will hear closing arguments tomorrow after the defense rested today after a half hour legal experts say the Mexican drug lords attorney could have called him to the stand or could have called no one. Instead, he called one witness an FBI agent who interrogated one of El Chapo, cocaine suppliers in two thousand seventeen who was also a government witness. He presented one document, and then rested his case closing arguments begin Wednesday and CBS news legal analyst Rikki Cleveland says the defense has to divert its case to the prosecution's witnesses because as she says what witnesses who cooperate do is they dance to the prosecutors. Tune. Explain why should be believed, but you can't paint them all with a broad brush. Which is why you have to go over each one getting some benefit by cooperating against this defendant, El Chapo could face life in prison. If he's convicted the half hour defense came after an eleven week prosecution that included fifty six witnesses back, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty nine zero seven a former New York state official used campaign funds to pay attorney fees. That's coming up in three minutes. Tomorrow.
"essex county" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast
"Device that you're listening to. When I review something on the show, I'm commenting on it because I like it and I want you to take a look as well. I try not to criticize or rant because there's enough out there already. I try to stay positive. I stick to the old adage that your mom or grandma probably told you if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. And today's no exception. I recently read Essex County by Jeff Lemere Jeff tells a complex story with simple black and white art. He can do that because the setting takes place in his childhood home. He tells three separate stories that are loosely connected. So here's a solicit. Where does young boy turn when his whole world is suddenly disappears? What turns two brothers from an unstoppable team into a pair of bitterly estranged loners? How does the simple hearted care of one middle age nurse reveal the scars of an entire community and can anything heal the wounds caused by a century of deception. Now I'm more of a superhero fantasy. Fan, but this one had me turning the pages to find out what happened next. My personal favorite was the second story about the two brothers and the falling out that they had because of the simple art. It showcases, the ability Jeff has Intelink story. This came out in two thousand nine has been in has been put into a collection with extra art and stories. I'll put the Lincoln the show notes. He can take a look in by it if you want to. I do recommend this one though. The next one is Knin Jack versus the valiant universe. This is a what I would call a fun popcorn type of book. It reminds me of the old x men versus the fantastic four back in the eighties. It's a story. You can tell that was put together on purpose by the publisher to appeal to a large readership. So you get the Naan Jack readers to read maybe unity or x. men a war to read in Jack and and on and on the reader knows it. But in this case, it's still a fun story to read. I guess you could say, I succumb to the marketing boys. Here's a solicit calling king Naan, Jack m I six deadliest intelligent operative a weapons expert. When the ruthless assassin Roku exploits his greatest weakness, Naan Jack will be forced to betray his closest allies. Now on the run, he must face off against the most powerful heroes known to man for high octane take-no-prisoners trial by fire, more perilous and more predictable than any he's faced before the world's most dangerous. Super spy goes to war with the valiant universe. So check it out. They, I think they put it in trade paperback, and you can get all six issues, but together just a fun little book. Plume by Kaelin Smith Lassen certainly not least is plume. I talked with Kaelin Smith at Comecon, and as I've mentioned in two days ago, she is generally a nice person. I went to one of her panels and talked with her in the vendor area and ask a few questions, and she patiently indulged my questions in answered. All of them. Plume is a fun western adventure type of book with magical undertones to sum it up, I would say it's Laura Croft meets John Wayne type of John RA, and here's the solicit for volume. One plume a story set in the old west about a girl named Vesper, gray and supernatural companion, cork on their quest, recover her father's life's work. They encounter new friends and new foes and learned that the wild west is anything, but tame Kaelin Smith not only wrote it, but she did the art as well. Both in my opinion are excellent. This is a passion, passion prod. Occurs and their three total volumes of that.
"essex county" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Forty eight police involved shooting in Newark kills one man sends another to the hospital it happened around four in the afternoon. Mayor RAs Baraka says city police and Essex County sheriff's officers confronted to armed people in a vehicle at Bergen street in Lyons avenue. It was a shooting suspect. One person is in custody. The other person's mayor Baraka says guns were found at the scene names released the Essex County prosecutor's office. He is handling the investigation arrested alleged hate crime from Sunday the anti-gay incident happened on metropolitan avenue in Williamsburg early Sunday morning. Twenty five year old Brandon McNamara is accused of attacking two men and making anti-gay statement. These also accused of punching the thirty four year old victim in the face and shoving the twenty nine year old victim into a tree both fell unconscious. The police say McNamara then ran away, but not before a passer-by snapped his picture and gave it to the police McNamara waited three days before surrendering to the police. He's now charged with assault and harassment both as hate crimes at least two people were inside McNamara's home when I knocked on the door. But no one answered Carol d'auria ten ten wins in queens wins. News time to forty nine. On Long Island saying of a plant nursery was fatally struck by a box truck that was backing up Kurt Weiss greenhouses and east merges around eleven Wednesday morning county. Police say forty nine year old. Julia Molina of mastic was pronounced dead at the scene. Driver of the truck. Also, an employee remain of the scene. Osha has been notified Venezuela's, president slamming the president of the USAA in a speech to the UN Nicolas Madura who I said he wasn't going to attend the UN general assembly over fear for his safety arrived unexpectedly on Wednesday and gave a speech in defensive of rule ministry. La. Medeiros trip comes a day after the Trump administration impose financial sanctions on four members of his inner circle, including his wife and Venezuela's vice president amid allegations of corruption five other South American nations and Canada accused him of crimes against humanity for the treatment of the people in Venezuela respondents him Maguire, the house of representatives voting to put the brakes on shrinking seating area on commercial airline flights on a vote of three hundred ninety eight to twenty three the house passed an aviation Bill that gives the Federal Aviation Administration. One ear to set minimum measurements for airline seats and the distance between rows the Bill also bars airlines from removing passengers from overbooked flights once they have boarded the plane. In addition. The transportation department is directed to set rules to make sure pets are not unreasonably claimed as service animals the Bill now goes to the Senate which has until Sunday to vote on the measure correspondent Mike Rossier wins. News time to fifty one..
"essex county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In Shirley right now, we're at seventy three degrees. Some rain light rain out in the Hamptons overnight, still humid out there with the low around seventy three w CBS news time eleven oh. Three or the Roman Catholic diocese of both Brooklyn and Newark say they will cooperate with investigations after attorneys general in New York injury said they started investigations into allegations of sex abuse by clergy in New Jersey. Attorney general Gerber gray wall has named the task force headed by former Essex County prosecutor Robert Laurino to investigate allegations of sexual abuse of children by clergy. Newark archdiocese spokesman Jim goodness. Notes in two thousand and two the church disclosed the prosecutors and the attorney general all incidents of abuse that had occurred decades before and he adds have reported everything that has come to our attention since two thousand two he notes we are certainly prepared to cooperate with this. Taskforce as it undertakes inquiry, all we're gonna continue to abide by the terms of the memorandum of understanding now in terms of reporting any and all accusations of clergy sexual abuse. And in New York archdiocese spokesman Joe's willing promises attorney general Barbara Underwood as he put it. We'll find the archdiocese of New York and the other seven diocese in the state ready and eager to work together. With her in the investigation, rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty eighteen names added to a plaque remembering the lives of F D N Y members who died due to sicknesses guide mall, working on recovery efforts at ground zero. As each name was read. Abell was wrong and a family member of a fallen firefighters stepped up to the plaque to look at their loved ones name and deploys a white rose on a table. These eighteen names are added to the list of the more than one hundred and seventy firefighters who have now died due to diseases many of them cancer picked up in the toxic dust in the weeks and months following nine eleven FDA, and why Commissioner Daniel Niagara the loss of life for our department on September eleventh was staggering. But so to seeing this list of heroes grow each year with no end in sight thirty year department veteran Michael o'hanlon's name was added to the plaque at FDA. Why headquarters this year his daughter? Kate spoke about what this day means to her pride. Actually, I've always been really proud of my dad, he was he was definitely my first hero that FDA headquarters Mike's melts WCBS, NewsRadio eighty last November. President Trump tweeted the man charged with running over and killing eight people on a lower Manhattan bike path. Path on Halloween should get death penalty. And that presidential tweet is why lawyers for Sipho low Saipa of of Paterson New Jersey argued today that he should not get the death penalty. Prosecutors have said they plan to decide by the end of summer whether to ask for it. Well, that's New Jersey lawmakers head into the fall looking to tackle whether to legalize recreational marijuana, the mayors of Newark and Jersey City state's largest cities they spoke up today and save whatever lawmakers come up with should also include fully erasing records of convictions for pot possession of door dealing of any amount aside from full expunged mayors razz Baraka in Steven Fulop also say anyone in jail right now for marijuana related. Offenses should be released. They were not alone Hoboken. Mayor Ravi Bhalla was with them there. And they also had letters of support from cities, including Bloomfield, Maplewood, Linden Trenton, along with transforming the post office across from Madison Square Garden in Penn station into a train hall for Amtrak and L A law riders, a new grand entrance being added at Penn station. The governor was there today. Talking about it today. Cuomo announced a new glass enclosed entrance to the Long Island railroad Amtrak and the subways will be constructed in the middle of what is.
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"In one of my stores and went back to essex county new jersey that's where one of the first cases everett on national attention in glenn ridge new jersey there was a trial nineteen any two and 1993 and steve i know you covered that trial as one of my earlier of stories as a reporter dismaying story of high school athletes four of them who were convicted of luring a 17yearold a special education student into a basement and raping her right and one of the stories in my series looks at what prosecutors warn from that case 25 years ago and what what they're doing now that's one of the stories we'll be hearing over the next couple of weeks as this npr investigation unfolds what drew you to this topic joe i've been writing about this population for 30 years and people with intellectual disabilities themselves they keep telling me these stories they tell me about the pain of the sexual assault in their lives we've got a story tomorrow on a visit that we took to a sex ed class in maine and here's a clip of the teacher she at a whiteboard and she's driving down answers her free and check your reaction so we love in tax rate weather what else romance not long some of the women in my class said they want romance to lead desperately want to be in relationships but the biggest barrier they told us was dealing with the sexual assault that was common in their past and we will hear their voices tomorrow voices rarely heard in our national conversation you're a morning edition as the start of an npr investigation that will unfold over the next two weeks joseph shapiro thanks very much thanks to him this is npr news eighteen minutes now past the o'clock incoming of beginning at nine this morning will bring you the forum program which in its first hour provides insight and analysis on the latest news then in the ten o'clock hour the independent team tasked with investigating the oroville dam spillway failure last year has released their final report a forms going to look at who may be on the host.
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"Right as on the federal side to come into new jersey whether i call myself a sanctuary state harnai and enforcing immigration laws in fact that that's what they're sworn to do and if an immigration officer comes into new jersey and gets in trouble in terms of of of of law enforcement he needs back up and in film are fees world he does get any backup well look if i'm married to that guy from ice immigration services on furious and by the way if i'm a law enforcement officer in new jersey ongoing any way to help that me but also you know what happens is what we saw happ and here in two thousand eight were really happens is we protect violent criminals how does that happened on if i don't run the background check of a guy who's arrested and find out he's an illegal immigrant i let him out of my shell that's what would happen so he gets arrested probable cause to believe he's committed a crime he goes into jail let's say he gets bail dow nobody ray nobody runs is immigration status and it gets put back out on the street and then he goes out to commit another crime what happened in two thousand nato jose kharageva in newt in essex county he's charged with a violent crime um raping a child karl he's let out on bail for reasons nobody can explain nobody wants his background check so there's no immigration detain are on him he goes back out on the street and what does he do he kills he shoots in the back of the head four college kids in essex county three of which is three of whom die one survives to testify against uh the epa hmm homicidal maniac and the only way and this this sale animal that killed these kids and who raped a child on had there been and enforcement of the immigration laws at the get go with that first defence those four kids would still be alive in the near and in their got three kids would still be alive live in.
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"In the right place tonight lakas in and enjoy grade conversation all we ask is if you'd be willing to engage in the conversation and you not engaging personal attacks the news watch never stops we wbz newsradio 1030 out of three given up on nights on my thanks to tom selleck and i think it's really interesting to understand that these records this information about the kennedy assassination will become public on october twenty six there was a point in time were all this information was going to be delayed until probably year twenty thirty eight or twenty thirty nine or even later so it will be released unless president trump says no that can't be released or that can't be released let us hope he rules he goes in favour of complete transparency now complete transparency something you always get eleven o'clock i'm wbz tv with david waited lisa hughes so what we you transparently says transparently be telling us about tonight david would say such a skill whatever the final worry as you say in your comey he you always uses the transition the eleven o'clock i tried to spread segue now that wasn't any of these people a segue correct i'm trying i'm sure the end good evening to you on the eleven o'clock news falling a great story hurst astoria northshore i aidgivers eighteenmonthold is being investigated by the essex county district attorney says through early to say whether it is a suspicious or not but air air air investigating autism dua moron and eleven o'clock i will also have more on this tragic death of this summer villa police officer a veteran uh thirty years on the force he was offduty lewis for michio was his name officer and he was on his motorcycle in southern new hampshire over the weekend i hit by according to prosecutors any 18yearold who is racing in and out of traffic 18yearold was originally arrested and then rearrested tonight because the charges we'll be upgrading out scenes because of the passing of his somerville officer so more on his death did you see the kids driving record he's eighteen years old has not good at all and then of course we'll be talking about a story out there harvey weinstein seems every five minutes there is a new reaction to this on.
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"The essex county de a are investigating now arrests so far the un security council unanimously approved new sanctions on north korea including banning exports worth more than one billion dollars they are the toughest sanctions on any country in a generation that's what us un ambassador nikki haley said north korea's irresponsible and careless acts have just proof to be quite costly to the regime this resolution is the single largest economic sanctions package ever levelled against the north korean regime the resolution bans north korea from exporting coal iron led and seafood products estimated to be worth over a billion dollars that represents one one third of its total exports last year i shall antler police in auburn say ford has resolved the issue of elevated levels of carbon monoxide in its cruisers after an officer exposed to the gas passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle and crashed the police department says ford engineers and auburn mechanics have corrected the problem the department also says it anticipates that the issue of elevated levels of carbon monoxide in three vehicles that may have not yet been modified we'll be resolved by tomorrow on wednesday three officers were hospitalized for a high carbon monoxide levels including the one who passed out in the cruiser and rear ended another vehicle he was not badly hurt multiple ford explore four suvs were pulled out of service and carbon monoxide detectors were ordered wbz news time his four thirty 33 which means it's time for traffic and weather together we begin with a subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"essex county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One of the victims is also said to have stolen and atm card to end a cell phone kim tunnicliff wbz news radio term thirty police in lynn reported overnight homicide the victim thirtyfouryearold pedro correo lynn found shot to death outside eighty nine when circle in the city police responding to that address after receiving several denied one blown calls police detectives are the essex county district attorney are investigating police in auburn say ford has resolved the issue of elevated levels of carbon monoxide in its cruisers after an officer exposed to the gas passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle and crashed the police department says ford engineers and auburn mechanics have corrected the problem the department says it is abates the issue of elevated levels of c o n three vehicles that have not been bought defied will be resolved by monday but he saying a total of three officers were hospitalized for high c o levels including one who passed out into cruiser and rear ended another vehicle he was not badly hurt multiple ford explorer suvs were take it out of service and carbon monoxide detectives were ordered another price adjustment coming for those who use parking it doesn't meters since south boston wbz's art tone explains this is the third demandresponse price change its part of the pilot program that uses sensors to monitor average occupancy at each parking meter prices will be adjusted every two months until the occupancy averages about one empty space for block beginning tomorrow the minimum price will be one dollar per hour and the maximum.
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"Among i know what you're talking about what's going on tonight lisa she work for essex county college in new jersey it's a community college it's a public college and she's been fired and she's an idiot obviously she's a bigger obviously but believe me she will file a lawsuit consensus that the public institution she's gonna argue she got first amendment rights she may very well in fact prevail is an interesting trinity college which is a private college has not fired the professor group referred to whites is inhuman and said let them effing die so that privacy college could fire him didn't public colleges fired her lawsuit to follow john eastman law professor we'll talk about the travel ban supreme court case we come back i'm larry arnn do not leave town you're listening to the library hi this is larry elder for my friends at best heart grilled dot com summers here and the time is right for really especially with a hot bath so mayor infrared gas grill they make those amazing usmade grilles the heat up to one thousand degrees in just three minutes now don't be confused by the growth of claim to be infrared not all infrared grilled for the same you know if they're bernie doesn't glow like the sun and the doesn't have v greats to eliminate flareups you won't make the juicy flavor for food there so lear consistently delivers layers been making infrared grilled for almost two decades and have really dial the in the design experience soulier infrared first hand with the soulier.