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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Providence plantations from all official state references. Now, supporters say it's time to prune what they consider a racially insensitive appendage from the States title. Opponents. They say the word fan plantation, as we know, historically has no association with slavery. When Roger Williams settled Providence back in 16 36, then the word referred only to attractive land or or a farm if you will, And they say Providence plantations is therefore history and worth preserving. So a letter to the editor to the Providence Journal asked recently. Where does one stop? If it's just a matter of emotional offense, saying, Do we get rid of the Washington Monument every time that you do that you're taking a little bit away from the realities of history and trying to put it away off to the side. And disregarded. Back in 2010. That was the last in the only time the measure ever reached voters. Despite some legislative attempts, dating back to 1975 and Rhode Islanders 10 years ago, overwhelmingly rejected this 250,466 to 71,000 won 62 Name change. Supporters face another daunting challenge and extraordinarily vibrant election cycle, where the corona virus pandemic and daily political pandemonium absorbed all of the votersattention. So this reality brought representative Williams Anastasia Williams, together with former Rhode Island Democratic Party chair Bill Lynch and former House Finance Committee chair Antonio Piras, and they recently formed a nonprofit Rhode Island, Rhode Island United. They call it to try to get the issue on voter's radars because they want it changed, Pyrrhus says. If it was your heritage And everything that had transpired with slavery. If that happened to you, might you be inclined to take the small symbolic gesture, they call it a small symbolic gesture while opponents They don't think so. They don't think it's so small. But anyway, the battle over and what's in a name will begin on Wednesday with early mail in ballots. Another genocide is happening, according to Rhode Island Armenians, who rallied at the state House this week, and Tish Kim Colony in from 12 News. Basically another genocide is happening in the world.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Sun and clouds high 77 degrees for Sunday. Partly sunny and high of 83. And it's at 70 degrees right now, and it's sticky. Patrick Anderson in today's Providence Journal says McCoy Stadium may have seen its last competitive professional baseball pitch cancellation of the 2020 minor league baseball season came down on Tuesday. And that means the buttock it Red Sox don't plan to return to their home of 50 years. And that's barring any setback of their new stadium That's being built Polar Park in Worcester and with the uncertainties of covert 19 and a a contraction of the minor leagues being debated by baseball execs plans toe replace the PawSox with another minor league team. Of a lower level. That face is even more hurdles. Now Mike Tim burrow the longtime PawSox exactly as part of a group that's proposing to bring another minor league team to McCoy to replace the PawSox, he told the Providence Journal. It's a double whammy, he said the Corona virus and negotiations for a new professional baseball agreement. Are combining to create a tsunami. Tim Burrow and his group, he said. They're still interested, though, in bringing a new minor league team to protect it, But nothing can happen until Major League baseball in the minor leagues. They agree on what kind of a minor league structure That they are going to move forward with Major League Baseball's been looking to eliminate the short season. Single eight teams which you're one of the options for a new team in Petya Kit so very much up in the air McCoy stadiums future is very, very unclear at this particular time. Providence is public safety commissioner supports the bill to change the Rhode Island Police Bill of Rights here. Step Machado from eyewitness news. So if Mr Floyd was killed here at the hands of a police officer, we would not be able to terminate immediately likely. Yes, sir. Out Minnesota. Uh, that's troubling. A bill sponsored by representative Anastasia Williams and House Speaker Nicholas Matty Yellow would give Rhode Island police chiefs mohr power to fire or suspend officers. With a new hearing process set up for officers to appeal that decision. A panel of five could reverse the chief's decision. If they find it was arbitrary and capricious. Commissioner Perri calls it drastically better than the current system in your op ed. You talk about some of the issues with LIBOR and you say It protects police officers who should clearly not be serving how many such officers, if any, are there in the Providence Police Department. You know, it's not so much Well, we know there's so many police officers that in this profession that serving and shouldn't be serving look, this is about given the authority to the police chief, and that When there's behavior. That is not conducive to the profession or the department. The chief should have the ability To hold those officers responsible. Perry stance on LIBOR is one of several reasons why the police union voted no confidence in him and Mayor Jorge Lord last week..

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"With their choice of spicy or regular the prior app users are not eligible for the offer so it's first time actors only what islands coronavirus emergency inflated unemployment rate dropped to sixteen point three percent in the month of may that's down from the April rate of eighteen point one percent but it still might be high the rate a year ago may of two thousand nineteen was three point six percent so you can see the damage done state department of labor and training said yesterday when I looked at it about thirteen thousand jobs last month in connection to the beginning of the state's re opening most of the gains were in accommodation and food services as restaurants started to begin to see diners again indoors to outdoor dining and indoors at fifty percent phase three what's that going to detail what's that going to look like phase three of our re opening if you will what was supposed to be getting into that soon and the governor's covert nineteen press conference today will be all about that with here that live for you by the way at one o'clock so if you want to hear what phase three is going to be looking like make sure you what this passage of a bill which would require the notification of the police department in the home town of somebody trying to buy a gun and Rhode Island stalled in the state Senate on Thursday night the bill was originally named for Julie Lynn the cardinal the victim of a shooting last year at an apartment complex in westerly where she was employed suspect reportedly purchased the gun in Richmond yet he had a history with the police in westerly an amendment by state represent ativ Anastasia Williams added the names of the two survivors of the shooting to the bill but one of the survivors apparently didn't want their name connected to it and that's why the thing has been delayed believe it or not update on the legislation requiring the home town police background checks for gun purchases the update is that it's stalled one state lawmaker not too happy about the plexiglas partitions in the statehouse chambers said the cost too much let's check this out his Logan Wilber from Eyewitness News acrylic.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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06:08 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And stocks closed slightly lower yesterday we're seeing a lift in sentiment this morning on signs that China is ratcheting up measures to support its economy the corona virus outbreak is hitting adidas and puma the German sporting gear rival say business in China has been harmed by the outbreak which forced them to close stores fears of contagion have lead to fewer visits for the stores that remain open Hyatt hotel checks in with its earnings report today the travel industry has been especially vulnerable to the corona virus in China and Hyatt has opened dozens of high end hotels in Asia over the last few years lending club got its start using machines that match borrowers and investors almost fifteen years later it's planning to become an actual bank to do that the San Francisco based online credit market places buying radius Bancorp in a one hundred eighty five million dollar deal Gina Cervidae Bloomberg radio use radio nine twenty and won all four seven FM good morning at six forty five and it's Wednesday February of the nineteenth governor on Monday was going to be with us in the seven o'clock hour talk about a whole bunch of stuff including the budget and why in the world which she put recreational marijuana back in there when there's a huge push back you know and the most lawmakers while he is most lawmakers let's face it they push back he doesn't want to I will talk about school funding will talk about other veterans home in the headaches there DC why F. a whole bunch of stuff and also Bloomberg Michael Bloomberg who she's defending today in the newspaper about the way in the Providence journal about all these allegations about Bloomberg and what have you because you know she's come out and endorsed him and we'll see what she has to say about that the Providence wild zebra strip club is being allowed to to re open what are you feel about that the run and the department of business regulation ruling yesterday at the club can get its liquor licenses back while it waits on an appeal the city did shut down the wild zebra because it allegedly allowance solicitation of prostitution will undercover cops certainly seem to think so this just covers the liquor license but an attorney for the clubs as a complaint will be filed with the state Supreme Court to get a stay in it's entertainment license to so can get open for business get back in the polls following news about a man being arrested for drunk driving in Rhode Island not once but twice and Valentine's day some need new do you why laws are being reintroduced couple of bills from state senator Lou wrapped package would increase the penalties for those convicted of drunk driving resulting in death or serious injury and will increase from five to ten years the period during which prior do you I convictions qualify a person for increased penalties for subsequent convictions the third bill would require the license plates of a vehicle to be confiscated if the owner is arrested for driving without a suspended license this is all based on the guy on Valentine's day who got arrested for do you why twice in the same day and then they found out he was driving with a suspended license to and was going the wrong way on on on one of the I'm one of the highways so the reason DO I rest prompts re introduction of bills and you know I get firmly behind that representative William so war of words continues between to run and then legislators and with that story here she'll issued from Eyewitness News I repeat house slave all representative Anastasia Williams breaking her silence after making this heated passionate speech at the state house she's now naming the lawmaker she claims disrespected her representative Marcy Ranglin vassal that will be the last time this took place on the house floor after lawmakers met for hours considering a number of bills Williams inferred a colleague disrespected her at the time she didn't say who won who I respect had the audacity while they have the right to call who ever they want what they want I know who I am and holes I am and that to be in a house slave I'm not on Tuesday night Williams revealed for the first time she was talking about wrangling vassal in over the weekend Ranglin Bassil wrote a letter addressing the speech stating she had no involvement and whatever made Williams go off plus she said she would never use any type of derogatory words her letter included this any claim that those words came from my mouth is patently false and to even suggest that those words emitted from my mouth is meant to assassinate my character and integrity I'm using my voice to shed light in this very dark moment and that response is exactly what Williams says provoked her to name names and I do not show a quote my words in the new letter on Tuesday night Williams directly named wrangling vassal stating in part her comments behavior and denial of what she called me in the chamber is indicative of the conversations and division that will intentionally continue to harm a press and keep the poor and community of color behind no we tried reaching out to wrangling vassals but we have not heard back since rep Williams put out that new letter just a few hours ago we're live in Providence national issued from Eyewitness News at six forty nine Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection early on Tuesday we told you amid declining membership and the drumbeat of child sexual abuse allegations that have illuminated the depth of the problem within the organization and scouts failure to get a handle on it the exact effect of the Boy Scouts future operations unknown leading to speculation about the organization's odds for survival the impact on local troops in how bankruptcy could change the dynamic for abuse survivors who have yet to come forward now locally according to Paul Edward Parker the boy scout organization for Rhode Island said yesterday that the bankruptcy filing by the national Boy Scouts in the wake of the sexual abuse scandals will have no effect on scouting in the ocean state now six fifty let's hit the road ways to the traffic center we go here's John Hampton he's brought to us by publishers clearing house crash watch for in Westport mass one ninety five westbound after route eighty eight traffic among many.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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06:54 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Around the world one by one looking at the system looking at the technology and saying we do not want a communist governments have access to all of our information rightfully so while way denies it has back door channels and says the US is a one covertly accessing telecom that works in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news Nevada's Democratic Party leadership leadership is hoping a strong early turnout for its caucuses signals a successful showing this weekend more than eighteen thousand Democrats turned out for the first day of early voting in the vine is democratic caucus goers participated in the first day on Saturday at the state party announced the considerable turnout Democrats celebrated even as some voters voiced concerns over long wait times approximately eighty four thousand people participated in the vilest twenty sixteen democratic caucuses I witness news is Jackie Gummer sol reporting a lawmakers did nine her involvement in a war of words at the Rhode Island state house last week representative Marcia rank with vassal of Providence posted an open letter on Facebook yesterday addressing an incident that happened on the house floor this past Thursday night the post read in part for anyone to think or even imagine that I would use the N. word on the floor of the house of representatives is reprehensible repulsive disgusting extremely harmful to my name my family's name to my character he said I spend countless hours during my day begging and pleading with young people not to use the N. word any claim that those words came from my mouth is patently false I witness news previously reported that rap Anastasia Williams Providence said someone she respected had the audacity to call her the slur she did name the person Williams made the claims and use the slower while addressing house speaker Nicholas Maddie yellow and other members of the chamber on the house floor on Thursday the incident was captured on capital TV Eyewitness News reached out to wrap Williams for comment but is not yet heard back Tony mascara win for Ron Saint Pierre on your presidents day twenty twenty hundreds of Americans are one step closer to home after they spend days aboard that diamond princess ship which has been quarantined in Japan because of the coronavirus virus known as covert nineteen according to reports to chartered flights left Japan heading for Kelly feel Lackland Air Force base in Texas and Travis Air Force base in California passengers from the vessel were screened before being allowed to board the converted seven forty sevens and now that they've landed overnight they'll spend at least fourteen days in quarantine at last check three hundred fifty people on the ship including forty Americans have come down with a respiratory illness that's running rampant in mainland China those already confirmed as infected are staying in Japan for treatment to that in five cities will begin testing patients with flu like symptoms for the corona virus the CDC says the protocol will begin in Chicago LA New York San Francisco and Seattle with more cities to be added in the coming weeks the bill for fixing big big bands tower in London is blown sky high by an old bomb fox's Simon old reports from the European bureau the Elizabeth tariff Britain's parliament headed to the Big Bend belt has been covered in scaffolding for the past three years but the refurbishment is turning out to be more expensive than first thought the bill jumping by stet to one hundred and three million dollars parliament says experts uncovered new problems not least damage caused in and not see bombing raids during World War two the work is due to be completed next year in London Simon and fox news Rogers Patrick Anderson talking about how important our state's license plates for Rhode Island governor general Monday there's more pressing concerns from improving under performing public schools to warning democratic primary voters on cable news about the perils of socialism reissuing license plates is not a top priority for the governor or mondo spokesman Josh black told political science in response to a recent inquiry about health plans to freshen up rivaling plates are coming along for state senator Louis to palm on the other hand license plates are serious business the Middletown Democrat his push for more than a decade to get three governors Donald to cherry Lincoln Chafee and now governor a mondo to refresh the battered wave plates writing the road since the nineties he appeared victorious last summer when lawmakers ordered new plates in the state budget but find themselves still fighting eight months later with the governor happy to reboot the wave and give every automobile owner in new debt free pressing of the same basic design award man is facing charges for being arrested twice for drunk driving on Valentine's day Patrick Cahill was first arrested at around two thirty AM on Friday after multiple calls came in about a wrong way driver on I ninety five north in Warwick Cahill was reportedly back on I ninety five north at around nine PM that night and going the correct direction this time but still arrested for drunk driving while going through east Greenwich he was one of the dozen arrests made by state police as part of a two day enforcement period that according to the Rhode Island state police produce Catherine Greg talking about the campaign to a race past marijuana convictions from public record his reach Rhode Island the legal landscape not quite as clear here as in states that have legalized the recreational use of the drug now in Rhode Island what begins as a civil penalty for possession of a small amount of the drug less than an ounce can escalate into a criminal charge but a societal attitudes about marijuana to change some Rhode Island one makers contend that state law should change to now the reason why I rep Jason nights is the reason he put this in is because I think we have changing attitudes around controlled substances no one I know believe that it's a moral failing to get charged with possession of a controlled substance state rep Anastasia Williams is introduced another bill H. seven one four two to allow those previously convicted of marijuana possession which would now constitute a decriminalized defense to have their records for those convictions automatically expunge regardless of their criminal history the underlying argument here in other states decades of drug enforcement have disproportionately targeted minorities which in turn has perpetuated the cycle of poverty and incarceration that has kept many minorities from getting jobs and finding housing the Massachusetts hand free law about to go into effect let's get more from Eyewitness News is Kate Walsh spread the word on Sunday February twenty third it will be against the law to text or hold your phone while driving in Massachusetts it's definitely a good line I already thought it was in effect Massachusetts state troopers will be out in full force looking for compliance part of.

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Attorney General William Barr for his role in former trump associate Roger stone sentencing and defended the president's use of Twitter after he was the platform to comment about the ongoing criminal case he said what's happening here with bar I think people need to understand that he's cleaning up the mess from not only the Obama administration but also the mess that was left with the whole Russia gate fiasco news told fox and friends weekend saying tax paired paid tens of millions of dollars to fund then special counsel Robert molars team that went chasing and trying to put this into a status of a permanent coup against the president of the United States Newman's comment came days after bar himself publicly swipe to trump declaring Thursday that the president's tweets about justice department prosecutors in open cases make it impossible for me to do my job well speaking of president trump hits the campaign trail with to rally scheduled this week fox's John decker has more from the White House the president's first campaign rally set for Wednesday night in Phoenix just a week after the New Hampshire democratic primary and weeks after the Iowa caucuses the president wanting to shore up his voter base in Arizona especially since the state has been described as a swing state in the upcoming presidential election Thursday night the president said to address supporters in Colorado springs Colorado took a sharp turn to the left in the twenty eighteen mid terms Hillary Clinton won the state with forty eight percent of the vote and the twenty sixteen presidential election at the White House John decker fox news and this from pro Joe's Catherine Greg the campaign to a race past marijuana convictions from public records reach Rhode Island the legal landscape is not quite as clear here as in states that have legalized recreational use of the drug in Rhode Island what begins as a civil penalty for possession of a small amount of the drug less than out what's can escalate into a criminal charge but it's a silex attitudes about marijuana change some Rhode Island lawmakers contend that state law should change to rep JC knight says the reason why I put this in is because I think we have changing attitudes around controlled substances no one I know believes that it's a moral failing to get charged with possession of a controlled substance state rep Anastasia Williams is introduce the other bill H. seven one four two that will allow those previously convicted of marijuana possession which would now constituted decriminalized offense to have their records for those convictions automatically expunged regardless of their criminal history the underlying argument here in other states decades of drug enforcement have disproportionately targeted minorities which in turn is perpetrated a up patch waited a cycle of poverty in incarceration it has kept many minorities from getting job and finding housing emergency dispatch services are being merged between north Providence and Pawtucket officials say the joint operation will be a north Providence starting next month on the potok inside mayor Donald grabbing instead the shared services will lead to improve public services north Providence mayor Charlie Lombardi ads other communities could possibly join the combined dispatch in case you missed this in east Providence three dollar movie theater was recently shut down according to go local prob dot com a letter from the city of these products to the owner of the east Providence cinemas on Newport Avenue cited a bounced check for renewing a license and the city issued a cease and desist order for the business last month a Facebook post from a movie goer shared a goal local prob claim people were scored it out of the theater in the middle of a movie that was being shown the theater's website as of today does not show any upcoming releases the state of Rhode Island is announcing a new vendor to operate parking facilities at the state eight surf beaches the department of environmental management is selected Hartford based last parking which operates other parking spaces across the country including a TF green airport the DM DM says last parking will deliver improve traffic flow is part of a modernization effort L. AZ will start running things in may presidential candidate mark Mike Bloomberg is considering Hillary Clinton as a vice presidential running mate after positive internal polling about the potential pairing that according to the judge report which cited sources close to the Bloomberg campaign out according to drudge in such a partnership Bloomberg would change his official residence from New York to Colorado or Florida the constitution suggest there may be limitations in both members of a presidential ballot residing in the same state Jason Schecter director of communications for the Bloomberg campaign said in a statement to CNBC were focused on the primary and the debate not V. P. speculation a spokesperson for Clinton did not immediately respond to requests for comment Clinton was asked earlier this year by talk show host Ellen de generous if he would consider running as vice president in the twenty twenty presidential election well that's not gonna happen Clinton said at the time but no probably no a nonprofit organization remodeling a house for a veteran army nurse let's get more from turned it.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Kicking off you Tuesday morning produce Catherine Greg talking about the campaign to a race past marijuana convictions from public record his reach Rhode Island the legal landscape not quite as clear here as in states that have legalized the recreational use of the drug now in Rhode Island what begins as a civil penalty for possession of a small amount of the drug less than an ounce can escalate into a criminal charge but is societal attitudes about marijuana change some Rhode Island one makers contend that state law should change to now the reason why I rep Jason nights is the reason he put this in is because I think we have changing attitudes around controlled substances no one I know believe that it's a moral failing to get charged with possession of a controlled substance state rep Anastasia Williams has introduced another bill eight seven one four two to allow those previously convicted of marijuana possession which would now constitute a decriminalize defense to have their records for those convictions automatically expunge regardless of their criminal history the underlying argument here in other states decades of drug enforcement have disproportionately targeted minorities which in turn has perpetuated the cycle of poverty and incarceration that has kept many minorities from getting jobs and finding housing the Massachusetts hand free law about to go into effect let's get more from Eyewitness News is Kate Walsh spread the word on Sunday February twenty third it will be against the law to text or hold your phone while driving in Massachusetts it's definitely a good line I already thought it was in effect Massachusetts state troopers will be out in full force looking for compliance part.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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03:32 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Tony the stories were working on today a Charles town home is badly damaged following a fire over the weekend the flames broke out at a house on all ten Carolina road yesterday afternoon home owner David lamb spoke to NBC ten my neighbor on the other side she was always she came over she was age she sought to smoke try to get my cat out of the house my lost my cat I don't know yet I haven't seen him in no we found him yet so lambs home is known for the Christmas display he puts on every year no injuries are reported although the cat still hadn't been found no word yet on a cause for the fire a go fund me page is set up to help Lamm out an open letter is posted from Rhode Island state representative regarding a colleague's claim of a racial slur being used against her last Thursday during debate about a minimum wage bill state representative Anastasia Williams spoke on the house floor she started off by quoting the beginning of the song truth hurts by Liz though then said someone had the audacity to use the slur to describe her the person was unnamed but yesterday a letter was posted online by representative Marcy a Ranglin vassal addressing the situation she said she has never used the slur Massachusetts state police are investigating after a carjacking suspect was shot to death by police and Newbury police approach the suspect at a gas station in the village of Byfield last night because he was driving a vehicle that had been reported stolen and Nashua New Hampshire the thirty one year old suspect was shot while trying to escape from officers he later died at the hospital no police officers were injured in the shooting a Massachusetts man is facing charges after stabbing a Providence man at the Foxwoods resort casino police say the stabbing happened early Saturday at the central fox tower bar Robert Haines of ticket P. Massachusetts is charged with third degree assault and breach of peace the victim is being treated at the hospital for injuries not considered life threatening over three hundred Americans are finally off a cruise ship that's been under a corona virus quarantine off the coast of Japan one plane has already touched down in California and another is and route to taxes fourteen people on the flight have tested positive for the corona virus and had to be held in the special containment area on the plane away from the other passengers over eleven hundred former justice department workers are calling for Attorney General bill Barr to resign over his handling of the Roger stone case the justice department intervened in the sentencing for the long time trump associate knocking down the sentence prosecutors initially recommended for his conviction for obstruction of justice lying to Congress and witness tampering in an open letter to bar the X. D. O. J. employees say bar and president trump have flouted the rule of law and damaged the department's reputation Cameron fair child NBC news radio one of the last remaining survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor has passed away Donald Stratton was a survivor of the Japanese attack on the USS Arizona on December seventh nineteen forty one strand was a sailor on the boat and suffered burns and two thirds of his body from the attack he died Saturday at the age of ninety seven newsradio nine twenty and one or four seven FM sports team lebron beat team Yanis one fifty seven to one fifty five in the NBA all star game in Chicago the Celtics Jayson Tatum had six points for team lebron well Kemba Walker scored twenty three for team Yanis the Bruins beat.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Food blankets halters leave ropes Emily Johnson runs an equine therapy business she helped set up a way to take in donations it's so heartwarming to see community come together like this but I can't imagine what it would feel like to have just look out and see what what once was you're beautiful barn the cause of the fire is still under investigation I did everything I could to make it by approved yet so look at it you know its a total wreck but for now they're focusing on the good thing to find that people have you back in a crisis like this of a moment's notice there are still ways to help out if you're interested one of those will be Saturday and Sunday here at bar in moon fitness studio in Rehoboth where the money from all classes will be donated to the cause an open letter is posted from Rhode Island state representative regarding a colleague's claim of a racial slur being used against her a last Thursday during debate about a minimum wage bill state Rep Anastasia Williams spoke on the house floor he started off by quoting the beginning of the song truth hurts by Liz then said someone had the audacity to use the slur to describe her the person was a name but on Sunday a letter was posted online by representative Marcia rang with vassal addressing the situation she said she said she never use that slower emergency dispatch services are being merge between north Providence and Pawtucket officials say the joint operation will be in north Providence starting next month on the but talk at side mayor Donald grabby inside the shared services will lead to improve public services north Providence mayor Charles Lombardi ads other communities could possibly join the combined dispatch six forty traffic and weather on the tens let's check your riding out to the traffic center with John him what sponsored by publishers clearing house they were out over twenty four this morning between the Portsmouth and Tiverton across just to kind of river bridge prank bridges all right getting through fall river and one ninety five east and west and light traffic across the Washington bridge in fact all the way in from the state line in Broadway it's wide open with your southern New England traffic John hapless time is running out to win five thousand dollars a week forever from publishers clearing house you could win five thousand dollars a week for your life plus after that five thousand dollars a week for life.

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03:07 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Nunes of California fire back at Democrats were criticized the Attorney General William Barr for his role in former trump associate Roger stone sentencing and defended the president's use of Twitter after he was the platform to comment about the ongoing criminal case he said what's happening here with bar I think people need to understand that he's cleaning up the mess from not only the Obama administration but also the mess that was left with the whole Russia gate fiasco news told fox and friends weekend saying tax paired paid tens of millions of dollars to fund then special counsel Robert molars team that went chasing and trying to put this into a status of a permanent cool against the president of the United States Newman's comment came days after bar himself publicly swipe to trump declaring Thursday that the president's tweets about justice department prosecutors in open cases make it impossible for me to do my job well speaking of president trump hits the campaign trail with to rally scheduled this week fox's John decker has more from the White House the president's first campaign rally set for Wednesday night in Phoenix just a week after the New Hampshire democratic primary and weeks after the Iowa caucuses the president wanting to shore up his voter base in Arizona especially since the state has been described as a swing state in the upcoming presidential election Thursday night the president said to address supporters in Colorado springs Colorado took a sharp turn to the left in the twenty eighteen mid terms Hillary Clinton won the state with forty eight percent of the vote in the twenty sixteen presidential election at the White House John decker fox news and this from pro Joe's Catherine Greg the campaign to a race past marijuana convictions from public records reach Rhode Island the legal landscape is not quite as clear here as in states that have legalized recreational use of the drug in Rhode Island what begins as a civil penalty for possession of a small amount of the drug less than an ounce can escalate into a criminal charge what is a site away attitudes about marijuana change some reliable lawmakers contend that state law should change to rep chase the knight says the reason why I put this in is because I think we have changing attitudes around controlled substances no one I know believe that it's a moral failing to get charged with possession of a controlled substance state rep Anastasia Williams is introduce the other bill H. seven one four two that will allow those previously convicted of marijuana possession which would now constituted decriminalized offense to have their records for those convictions automatically expunged regardless of their criminal history the underlying argument here in other states decades of drug enforcement have disproportionately targeted minorities which in turn is perpetrated a patch waited a cycle of poverty in incarceration it is kept many minorities from getting jobs and finding housing emergency dispatch services are being merged between north Providence and Pawtucket officials say the joint operation will be a north Providence.

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03:43 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Telling here the stories were working on today a Charles town home is badly damaged following a fire over the weekend the flames broke out at a house on all ten Carolina road yesterday afternoon home owner David lamb spoke to NBC ten my neighbor on the other side she was always she came over she was age she sought to smoke try to get my cat out of the house my lost my cat I don't know yet I haven't seen him in no we found him yet so lambs home is known for the Christmas display he puts on every year no injuries are reported although the cats still hadn't been found no word yet on a cause for the fire a go fund me page is set up to help Lamm out an open letter is posted from Rhode Island state representative regarding a colleague's claim of a racial slur being used against her last Thursday during debate about a minimum wage bill state representative Anastasia Williams spoke on the house floor she started off by quoting the beginning of the song truth hurts by Liz though then said someone had the audacity to use the slur to describe her the person was unnamed but yesterday a letter was posted online by representative Marcy a Ranglin vassal addressing the situation she said she has the never used the slur Massachusetts state police are investigating after a carjacking suspect was shot to death by police and Newbury police approach the suspect at a gas station in the village of Byfield last night because he was driving a vehicle that had been reported stolen and Nashua New Hampshire the thirty one year old suspect was shot while trying to escape from officers he later died at the hospital no police officers were injured in the shooting a Massachusetts man is facing charges after stabbing a Providence man at the Foxwoods resort casino police say the stabbing happened early Saturday at the central fox tower bar Robert Haines of Chicopee Massachusetts is charged with third degree assault and breach of peace the victim is being treated at the hospital for injuries not considered life threatening over three hundred Americans are finally off a cruise ship that's been under a corona virus quarantine off the coast of Japan one plane has already touched down in California and another is and route to taxes fourteen people on the flight have tested positive for the corona virus and had to be held in a special containment area on the plane away from the other passengers over eleven hundred former justice department workers are calling for Attorney General bill Barr to resign over his handling of the Roger stone case the justice department intervened in the sentencing for the long time trump associate knocking down the sentence prosecutors initially recommended for his conviction for obstruction of justice lying to Congress and witness tampering in an open letter to bar the X. D. O. J. employees say bar and president trump have flouted the rule of law and damaged the department's reputation Cameron fair child NBC news radio one of the last remaining survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor has passed away Donald strand was a survivor of the Japanese attack on the USS Arizona on December seventh nineteen forty one strand was a sailor on the boat and suffered burns and two thirds of his body from the attack he died Saturday at the age of ninety seven newsradio nine twenty and one or four seven FM sports team lebron beat team Yanis one fifty seven to one fifty five in the NBA all star game in Chicago the Celtics Jayson Tatum had six points for team lebron well Kemba Walker scored twenty three for team Yanis the Bruins beat the visiting Rangers three to one for more news listen to the daily diet the big news stories explains not shouted every day in the I heart radio app or ever you get your favorite podcasts now more.

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Warning Providence journal reports protected resident got a call from a woman using the name of Providence police major David Levitan scammer told the woman there was a warrant for her arrest instructor to wire money to a Walgreens real major lab and says he's not sure of the news cameras in response to a warning issued earlier in the week about a virtual kidnapping scam Toby Street on ramp to route six west in Providence being permanently closed on Tuesday right I will establish a detour says it does not expect significant delays or congestion new bridge of rabble be built over the next two years as part of the six ten interchange project Providence St represent of Anastasia Williams reportedly used a racial slur on the house floor in response to another state representative who allegedly assaulted her she did not name the person it happened last night during debate about the minimum wage house speaker Nicholas Maddie ello urge the person who made the comments to apologize to Williams sports college hockey Providence verses Vermont seven oh five on newsradio one oh four seven FM get news twenty four seven on demand at news radio all right dot com charges against a former top official I'm rich Denison fox news the justice department today announcing it ending its criminal investigation into former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe became will not face charges of lying to investigators about immediately concerning the Clinton foundation two years after the department launched an investigation president trump had urged the justice department to take action against McCabe as he accused him another FBI officials of illegally targeting his campaign by opening an investigation into alleged collusion with Russia the decision comes a day after Attorney General William Barr told ABC news the justice department acted independently when it reverses sentencing recommendation for the presence longtime associate Roger stone boxes Rachel Sutherland in Washington prosecutors completing their closing arguments today and Harvey Weinstein's rape trial he's charged with two sexual assault in New York he faces a possible life sentence if the jury returned guilty verdicts guilty verdicts against up high profile attorney accused of extortion a New York jury found Michael of ninety guilty on all three charges transmission of interstate communications with intent to extort attempted extortion and wire fraud his attorney Howard sprint X. spoke briefly outside of.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The sheriff's department says all five people on board were killed CBS news Steve Futterman is live at the scene in Calabasas and when the a scene of disbelief here as bystanders have come to this cordoned off area people and shocked to hear of Kobe Bryant's death officials are inside the cordoned off area the fire department the corner we have not seen the bodies taken away the investigation though has begun the impact this will have a Los Angeles well it's hard to describe Kobe Bryant was a beloved figure in LA he brought Los Angeles five NBA championships and I have a man like this diet such a young age well this is a moment that many people will always remember where they hurt were when they heard Kobe Bryant had died live outside the crash scene in Calabasas California Steve Futterman CBS news keep it here on WBZ for the latest on this developing story of course you can always follow us on the I heart radio app Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu when his rival general Benny Gantz I've been invited to the White House to discuss president trump's Mideast peace plan dances heading to Washington to meet with the president tomorrow after refusing a joint meeting with Netanyahu when the president on Tuesday before heading to Washington general Benny guns had nothing but praise for president trump the man who may unseat Benjamin Netanyahu in the March election held trump still secret Mideast peace deal saying it will go down in history as a quote meaningful landmark for reaching regional peace he also thank the president for his commitment to Israel and its security interests the guns is meeting with the president about his reportedly pro Israel conservative peace plan may alienate bounces left wing supporters and that's exactly why some analysts heres into town you know push for his rival to get a White House invite Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson personally asking president trump to turn over and sat coolest the wife of an American diplomat was struck and killed nineteen year old Harry done last August in a head on collision while driving on the wrong side of the road this was working with authorities but three weeks later fled the country the U. K. charge the forty two year old with causing death by dangerous driving and I've sent a letter of extradition which the U. S. rejected saying it's a this had diplomatic immunity this has apologized for what she calls a tragic mistake the Attorney physical it's issued a statement saying on is devastated by this tragic accident and would do anything she could to bring Harry back ABC's Julia McFarlane Harry Dunn's family of vowed to keep fighting for extradition despite the state department's decision all right I'll mall maker proposing letting legislators get their windshields tended to shield them from unhappy constituents credit representative Anastasia Williams introduced a bill that would carve out an exception for real Ryland lawmakers and officials to travel around behind tinted glass the bill would allow members of the General Assembly stated municipal police officers firefighters and the state's judges to be exempt from the state law that says most car windows must allow seventy percent of the light in critics say it's just another example of public officials getting special treatment while everyone else has to follow the law Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio lawmakers in Maryland the considering a divorce bill making the process faster with some exceptions couples divorcing in Maryland have to physically live apart for at least a year before they can get a divorce state delegate Vanessa Adderbury wants to change that the concern is for individuals who cannot afford to live separate and apart Lawrence Ruth with the women's law center of Maryland said it would make it easier for low income couples to get out of toxic relationships can become a volatile situation and we see that in our domestic violence work however it's unclear if this bill has enough support to move forward in previous years it hasn't John donvan for CBS news Annapolis Maryland well despite Boeing's crisis over the seven three seven Max its next generation wide body jets passed its first big test yesterday the test flight in Washington state lasted for hours and was a big boost for Boeing the company's Emily Sanchez calling it in a live webcast triple.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Teenager that was critically wounded a has died at the stabbing occurred on blue hill Avenue Rhode Island lawmaker has proposed a leading legislators get their windshields tended to shield them from up on happy constituent democratic representative Anastasia Williams introduced a bill that would carve out an exception for Rhode Island lawmakers and officials to travel around behind tinted glass the bill would allow members of the General Assembly state and municipal police officers firefighters and the state's judges to be exempt from the state law that says most car windows must allow seventy percent of the light in critics say it's just another example of public officials getting special treatment while everyone else has to follow the law Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio there Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu what his rival general Benny dance I have been invited to the White House to discuss president trump's of Mideast peace plan camps is heading to Washington to meet with the president tomorrow after refusing a joint meeting with Netanyahu and the president on Tuesday before heading to Washington general Benny guns had nothing but praise for president trump the man who may unseat Benjamin Netanyahu in the March election held trump still secret Mideast peace deal saying it will go down in history as a quote meaningful landmark for reaching regional peace he also thank the president for his commitment to Israel and its security interests the guns is meeting with the president about his reportedly pro Israel conservative peace plan may alienate bounces left wing supporters and that's exactly why some analysts heres into town you know push for his rival to get a White House invite Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson is personally as president trump to turn over and so cool is the wife of an American diplomat struck and killed of nineteen year old Harry done last all August and a head on collision while driving on the wrong side of the road this was working with authorities but three weeks later fled to the country the U. K. charge the forty two year old with causing death by dangerous driving and I've sent a letter of extradition which the U. S. rejected saying it's a this had a diplomatic communities this has apologized for what she calls a tragic mistake the Attorney physical it's issued a statement saying is devastated by this tragic accident and would do anything she could to bring Harry back that's ABC's Julia McFarlane hurry Dunn's family of vowed to keep fighting for extradition despite the state department's decision Ellen dot lawmakers considering a divorce bill that would make the process faster with some exceptions couples divorcing in Maryland have to physically live apart for at least a year before they can get a divorce state delegate Vanessa Adderbury wants to change that the concern is for individuals who cannot afford to live separate and apart Lawrence roof with the women's law center of Maryland said it would make it easier for low income couples to get out of toxic relationships can become a volatile situation and we see that in our domestic violence work however it's unclear if this bill has enough support to move forward in previous years it hasn't jondo men for CBS news Annapolis Maryland despite Boeing's crisis over the seven thirty seven MAX its next generation wide body jets passed its first big test yesterday the test flight in Washington state lasted for hours and was a big boost for Boeing the company's Emily Sanchez calling it in a live webcast triple seven X. will be the biggest passenger jet the Boeing makes bill to carry more than four hundred people and could be in service next year mon Rivera ABC news Boston based draftkings won't give a former bachelor contestant the one million dollar prize for winning an online fantasy football contest after she and her husband were accused of cheating the draft kings a millionaire maker contest involved picking a line up of players from the NFL's four wild card games jade.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A member of the search party issuing desperate calls for her safe return soon after Hansel was arrested and charged with AG's murder the defense states the anti depressants as well as diary entries from AJ show she may have been suicidal well the prosecution argues AG's medical records show the medicine northern prescribed was for headaches not for depression the trial is expected to last two weeks seven are dead more than a dozen wounded in three shootings in the Carolinas since late Saturday two people were killed and seven heard in a shooting at a bar in the northeast South Carolina town of Hartsville early Sunday morning six people were shot and wounded early Sunday morning during a party at a restaurant in Salisbury North Carolina a husband wife and three children were found shot to death at a house in the small eastern North Carolina town of Vance pearl police say it was a murder suicide Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina lawmaker proposing letting legislators get their windshields tended to shield them from unhappy constituents WBZ's Mike Macklin with the story Craddick rep is it have Anastasia Williams introduced a bill that would carve out an exception for Rhode Island lawmakers and officials to travel around behind tinted glass the bill would allow members of the General Assembly stated municipal police officers firefighters and the state's judges to be exempt from the state law that says most car windows must allow seventy percent of the light in critics say it's just another example of public officials getting special treatment while everyone else has to follow the law Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio Connecticut woman is killed one snowmobile crashes at the edge of a frozen pond a forty three year old Michelle Piper of Stamford ejected from a snowmobile she was not wearing a helmet she died at the scene that happens Saul in Maine in experience a likely factor of according to authorities there despite Boeing's crisis over the seven three seven Max its next generation wide body jet passed its first big test yesterday the test flight in Washington state lasted for hours and was a big boost for Boeing the company's Emily Sanchez calling it in a live webcast triple seven X. will be the biggest passenger jet the Boeing makes bill to carry more than four hundred people and could be in service next year mon Rivera ABC news Boston based draftkings will not give a former bachelor contestant the one million dollar prize for winning an online fantasy football contest after she and her husband were accused of cheating but draftkings a millionaire maker contest involves picking up a line up of players from the NFL's four wild card games jade Roper Tolbert beat the more than one hundred thousand entries to take the top prize but some of the fantasy sports community were quick to allege that she coordinated with her husband the Tanner Tolbert to submit more than the maximum one hundred fifty entries Roper Tolbert was no longer listed as the winner of drafting statement says the company decided to update the standings for several contests but did not elaborate.

"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The hospital in windows in cars are illegal in Rhode Island the lawmaker in that state once an exception WBZ's Mike Macklin reports democratic representative Anastasia Williams introduced a bill that would carve out an exception for Rhode Island lawmakers and officials to travel around behind tinted glass the bill would allow members of the General Assembly state and municipal police officers firefighters and the state's judges to be exempt from the state law that says most car windows must allow seventy percent of the light in critics say it's just another example of public officials getting special treatment while everyone else has to follow the law Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio the Iowa caucuses are now just over a week away and ABC's trucks the rich and reports that former vice president Joe Biden still leads the democratic presidential hopefuls as senator Elizabeth Warren slips in a new national poll in the latest ABC news Washington post poll Biden does best with black voters and moderates Sanders leads among younger adults among likely voters Biden leads with thirty four percent senator Bernie Sanders with twenty two percent Warren with fourteen percent and Mike Bloomberg with seven percent and Yang with six percent your people to judge four percent senator any club which are four percent the poll bilang research was done last Monday through Thursday of about a thousand adults and numbers could be off three and a half percent plus or minus the Iowa caucuses are on February third we have an update now to a lawsuit involving two university of Connecticut students who face criminal charges for repeatedly shouting racial slurs outside an on campus residence the defendants say their speech is protected under the first amendment a federal judge has ruled that while their cases are in progress the pair cannot be kicked out of university housing the incident which occurred last fall has disturbed ma'am birds of the UConn community was definitely really crazy **** kinda shocked that people would do that the two students Jared Korol and Ryan move because we're charged with ridiculing someone on account of creed religion color denomination nationality or race Jeff Bezos the world's richest man may have to blame a family member for an expose of photos and texts that were published in the national Enquirer right around the time of his divorce ABC's Marcia Gonzalez has more sources tell ABC news that federal prosecutors have evidence suggesting Jeff Basil's his girlfriend Lauren sent her brother those intimate Texan photos that eventually made their way into the national Enquirer sources confirming the Wall Street journal report this is Sanchez's brother Michael sold those images to the Inquirer for two hundred thousand dollars Michael Sanchez has denied any role in those leaks to the Enquirer the sixty second Grammy awards will air tonight on C. B. S. with Alicia keys hosting nominees in some of the top categories include favorites like Billy I wish lists and little man as X. but this year shows already controversial over allegations from suspended recording academy C. E. O. Debra do again that this year's song of the year nomination was manipulated to include a less deserving artist which the academy denies here's CBS is Steve Futterman with more there is definitely a cloud hanging over tonight's Grammy show it all has to do with the recording academy which runs the Grammys it's in the midst of turmoil the head of the academy Deborah Dugan has been ousted accused of misconduct she is now making claims of sexual harassment and suggesting that some of the Grammy nominations or rigged Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles Boston based draftkings won't give a former bachelor contestant the one million dollar prize for winning an online fantasy football contest after she and her husband were accused of cheating the draft kings millionaire maker contest involve picking a line up of players from the N. F. L.'s four wild card games jade Roper told there be more than a hundred thousand entries to take the top prize but some in the fantasy sports community were quick to a lead sheet coordinated with her husband Tanner told where to submit more than the maximum one hundred fifty entries allowed Roper told there was no longer listed as the winner yesterday and draft kings in the statement says the company decided to update the standings for several contests but did not elaborate a new report indicates the stronger economy has at least another year of steam in it here's ABC's Dave pack panelists for the latest national association for business economics business conditions survey but more bullish for the next twelve months and they've been previously expecting stronger growth says Holly wait needs director of research majority of them are still looking at growth between one to two percent but Wade says if you are saying between two to three percent of all sales in the fourth quarter were down sales expectations rebounded and that was really really good news with some analysts expecting price increases in the coming months they've Packer ABC news channel the WBZ ski report brought to you by four ninety five jeep dot com hi I'm Charlie Ross with the WBZ ski report there is snow on the back end of this week storm especially in the White Mountains so you may be skiing in falling snow for Sunday and maybe some fresh powder for Monday and it's falling on a firm base it can in mountain Bretton woods in added tax in the White Mountains all three spots around twenty miles of trails you get enough snow and it's a nice padding and it's back to pack power for quite a few mountains could become the.

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"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"anastasia williams" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mike background reports democratic representative Anastasia Williams introduced a bill that would carve out an exception for Rhode Island lawmakers and officials to travel around behind tinted glass the bill would allow members of the General Assembly state and municipal police officers firefighters and the state's judges to be exempt from the state law that says most car windows must allow seventy percent of the light in critics say it's just another example of public officials getting special treatment while everyone else has to follow the law Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio the Iowa caucuses are now just over a week away and ABC's check Sivers and reports that former vice president Joe Biden still leads the democratic presidential hopefuls as senator Elizabeth Warren slips in a new national poll in the latest ABC news Washington post poll Biden does best with black voters and moderates Sanders leads among younger adults among likely voters Biden leads with thirty four percent senator Bernie Sanders with twenty two percent Warren with fourteen percent and Mike Bloomberg with seven percent and Yang with six percent your people to judge four percent senator any club which are four percent the poll by Lang research was done last Monday through Thursday of about a thousand adults and numbers could be off three and a half percent plus or minus the Iowa caucuses are February third we have an update now to a lawsuit involving two university of Connecticut students to face criminal charges for repeatedly shouting racial slurs outside an on campus residence the defendants say their speech is protected under the first amendment and a federal judge has ruled that while their cases are in progress the pair cannot be kicked out of university housing the incident which occurred last fall has disturbed members of the Yukon to it was definitely really crazy **** kinda shocked that people would do that the two students Jared Perot and Ryan move because we're charged with ridiculing someone on account of creed religion color denomination nationality or race Jeff Bezos the world's richest man may have to blame a family member for an expose of photos and texts published in the national Enquirer right around the time of his divorce A. B. C.'s Marcy Gonzalez with that sources tell ABC news that federal prosecutors had evidence suggesting Jeff Basil's his girlfriend Lauren sent her brother those intimate Texan photos that eventually made their way into the national Enquirer sources confirming the Wall Street journal report this is Sanchez's brother Michael sold those images to the Inquirer for two hundred thousand dollars Michael Sanchez has denied any role in those leaks to the Enquirer the sixty second Grammy awards will air tonight on CBS with Alicia keys hosting nominees in some of the top categories include favorites like Billy I wish lists and little nasdaq's but this year's show is already controversial over allegations from suspended recording academy C. E. O. Debra Dugan that this year's song of the year nomination was manipulated to include a less deserving artist which the academy denies here CBS's the vitamins there is definitely a cloud hanging over tonight's Grammy show it all has to do with the recording academy which runs the Grammys it's in the midst of turmoil the head of the academy Deborah Dugan has been ousted accused of misconduct she is now making claims of sexual harassment and suggesting that some of the Grammy nominations or rigged Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles Boston based draftkings won't give a former bachelor contestant.

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