Rich covers a New York Times story on Iran and ISIS, a controversy at the University of Texas and a cop who is in trouble for a Facebook post. He talks to a student writer from USA Today, Dr. Mazz, and author Kirk Honeycutt.
The university says dining halls will remain open Wednesday and a 6 p.m. men’s basketball game is still on, but the library and fitness facilities are closed.
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Monday, March 2, 2015.
Even though the precipitation will end, untreated surfaces will remain icy overnight into Monday morning.
With an ice storm sweeping across the Delaware Valley, on top of the already frozen roads and sidewalks, driving and walking is more dangerous.
SEPTA is running buses between Huntingdon and Berks along the Market Frankford Line until further notice.
PennDOT is preparing roads in the area for when temperatures drop below freezing overnight.
The Cape May-Lewes Ferry has halted operations because of ice and wind.
One local ice sculptor got creative with all the ice and snow hanging around the Philadelphia area.
L&I commissioner Carlton Williams says that if the owner cannot demolish the building, then the City will do so.
Salt is very tough on plants and other ice melters have limits too. Try sand instead.
City trucks are out early Tuesday, getting another round of salt down on the road and hoping to eliminate any more icing problems.
As temperatures plunge tonight, you might think those icy ponds are frozen solid and safe. Don’t be fooled. As Eyewitness Weather meteorologist Kate Bilo found out when she joined a local fire department for ice rescue training, ice that looks solid can be a death trap.
Icy road conditions and wind gusts are impacting travel for drivers across the region.
Wind Advisories have already been issued for all areas south of Chester/Delco/Philadelphia/Burlington. Sustained winds of 20-30 mph may gust as high as 45-50 mph. This is strong enough for tree limbs and power lines to be put at risk.