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02:00 min | 1 year ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Far so good fingers cross. It stays this way. Laurie Granny that Levi sees traffic on the three Alright there, Laurie, and we're going to be climbing up to a high of 77 degrees today as we clear out feeling more comfortable, even though some of us are gonna be climbing near 80 degrees, that air is going to feel cooler. Plenty of sunshine, beautiful conditions out there. Thursday is going to be great Friday tomorrow. Not so much We cool, awful see rain and clouds we clear out, though this weekend Beautiful fall weekend ahead of US highs in the mid upper sixties. Plenty of sunshine. This's W B Z use radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. I hope you're having a good Thursday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jim McKay. And here are the five things you need to know. At 5 15 cluster of Copan 19 cases at the Attleboro Fire Department. Nine members testing positive Congress needs to act or else 40,000 airline workers expected to lose their jobs today, American and United getting hit the hardest. President Trump rallies in Minnesota last night. Joe Biden yesterday in Pennsylvania and Ohio. There next debate two weeks from tonight on Boston is holding off for now on part two of Phase three Mayor Marty Walsh, saying the city is entering the red Zone risk category. Officials say. Columbia GAS Miss. Labeling a gas line leading to a gas leak in Andover and visas Karen Regal reports and over his town manager is ready for change. Two weeks ago, the area around ST Augustine School in Andover had to be evacuated because Columbia Gas did not mark and active gas line in the street properly, and it was hit by a contractor, says end over town manager Andrew Flanagan. Every source is supposed to take over Columbia Gas, and Flanagan says he's looking forward to talking with the new utility about what the old one left behind. We know where the problem lies, and we have to do everything we can to make sure that the mapping is accurate that the utility knows where their utilities are, and that we're public safety in people who are entering the road on a regular basis, nowhere the utilities.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dot com at two forty seven Attorney General bill Barr defending his role now and pushing back peaceful protesters away from the White House back on Monday before the president walked outside to visit St John's church which had been damaged high interest was to carry out the lawn for law enforcement functions of the federal government to protect federal facilities in federal personnel and also to a grass the rioting that was interfering with the government's function meantime both the White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and the U. S. park police say that tear gas was not used to remove those protesters but the claims apparently fly in the face of a local reporter say they've seen and found on the scene crews from W. USA the local CBS affiliate in Washington were in the square at the time and they see the canisters were fired into the crowd that emitted a green smoke of sorts if they that smoke was causing burning eyes and breathing problems for protesters the W. USA crews were able to gather up some of the canisters from the scene and when they started a further analysis they say it appear to contain both natural and artificial tear gas at two forty eight in Andover fire lieutenant is on leave now after video showed up on Twitter showing an altercation with a resident the video shows the off duty fire lieutenant in a woman's driveway while she got her mail she asked why he was there and the lieutenant said he was concerned that someone might be stealing from the home Andover town manager Andrew Flanagan calling the situation extremely concerning the town is hired an independent investigator to give the matter of review well it's been difficult to promote social distancing in the crowds of thousand it's out protest in the George George Floyd case health experts warn those crowds could cause new coronavirus hot.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yes there's WBZ's Karen regal fire police and DPW we'll be out in force I don't let's make sure every kid in town who celebrates gets to see the Easter bunny spring hasn't really been fares as Andover town manager Andrew Flanagan two kids coronavirus hasn't really allowed for fun events like a cons what we're asking residents to do is remain in their yard because it's our goal to do something positive do something fun at the same time I keep everybody safe and healthy I asked Wendy gives how we manage to book the Easter bunny I mean the two Hollywood one is busy with everybody available to us they get a WBZ Boston news radio an Easter dinner giveaway from a farmer in upstate New York here's C. B. S.'s Deborah Rodriguez Thursdays are free creamery milk day outside dell's roadside in Rhinebeck New York Sunday's dairy farmer band lampu and his crew hand out hundreds of free meals there's an eggplant parm or chicken parm penne and sausage tomorrow they'll kick it up a notch for Easter there's like ham with roasted vegetables or a Porta Bella mushroom with roasted vegetables some sort of vegetarian choice and the meat choice a local restaurant lands a kitchen and the Dells team gets to work we decide to do what we can there's so many things we can't do we can do this so we decided to do it Deborah Rodriguez CBS news in upstate New York I'm coming up we'll have more news the free I heart radio app is always here to make sure you have access to the information and just as important stay connected to your favorite stations music and podcasts that.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Definitely White House learn as far back as November about the potential dangers of coronavirus U. S. intelligence officials were reportedly clued in that a contagion was sweeping through China late last year but A. B. C.'s Andrew December tells us some are denying that report ever existed when asked about the ABC news report and when he first learned about the scope of this brand trump said I don't know exactly but I'd like to see the information but an ABC news investigation confirming through four sources that the National Committee on medical intelligence was aware as early as November of covert nineteen uncontrolled spread in China by monitoring communication and satellite images there the committee detailing how the disease could pose a serious threat to U. S. forces in Asia and analysts who did take this very seriously at the time concluded that it could be a cataclysmic events while the kids may not like this but playgrounds are pretty much off limits all around the status of parties try to prevent the spread of coronavirus social distancing and all that and now additional steps may be needed we hear that part of the story from WBZ's Karen regal it end over police will look for groups of people join the spring weather until them to move along it's okay to go for walks isn't over town manager Andrew Flanagan but a group of and too risky we are taken on tennis court math and closed the cobalt chords in we trusted basketball hoops so I know they all all the staff seem extreme but I think in the end most of the residents in Andover agreement that necessary in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio coronavirus also targeting first responders and now we hear that a member of the Ipswich fire department has tested positive this has led to additional testing at that facility the infected worker is now recovering at home in isolation all members of the Ipswich fire department locations or all locations rather were thoroughly cleaned and did last night it is eight seventeen here in Boston gray skies for now and some wet weather and high winds later on today temperatures in the middle fifties well this pandemic has left many produce and dairy farmers in the struggle of their lives hers at Tony's fresh produce in downtown Los Angeles are moving less than half the amount of tomatoes they did before the pandemic never been in this situation owner Jose Mendez says he supplies small grocery stores and restaurants with more milk than they can handle dairy processing plants across the country are being forced to dump the excess I feel like anybody here is to blame it's just a very difficult situation Laura Podesta CBS news stay at home advisories and stay at home orders in most of the country now and the message across the city of Los Angeles in specific means do not come out of your homes at all just yet traffic data here in LA shows as a news nationwide begins to look more optimistic that people are beginning to venture around the daily death counts in California now and record highs LA mayor Eric Garcetti says now is not the time to go out in California make sure you're staying at home that you should only be driving if you absolutely need to beginning tomorrow those who do go out to any essential business will by law have to wear a face covering here Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles well since New York City and New York state became the epicenter of this outbreak in the United States several other areas of the country are now quickly coming on board Louisiana with a high rate of infection we're also seeing it in several areas through the Midwest and another state being hit hard Michigan thirteen hundred new cases of coronavirus reported there the total in that state more than twenty thousand to the worst officials say is still yet to come state health officials say cases will not be until late this month or early next month nearly a thousand people have died from the virus in Michigan alone health officials warned that a large at the demigod corona virus could be ready to hit parts of Central America A. B. C. news correspondent Todd and says the government of Nicaragua is refusing to take action in stopping the spread maker augments were told to keep partying during carnival celebrations at the keeper tending sports events cultural festivals and packed the country's beaches during Holy Week vacations this week and it was president Daniel Ortega's government who urged people to disregard the warnings of covert nineteen doctors were told not to wear masks or use sanitising gel so as not to our patients principal threatened to expel students who miss class some analysts say Ortega's administration may fear that anti virus measures would weaken their hold on power and damage an already strained economy Todd and D. B. C. news also happening in our own backyard around the nation and all around the globe this morning house speaker Nancy Pelosi stands her ground refusing to budge on Republicans efforts to push through a two hundred fifty billion dollar rescue package she's holding out for twice that amount a rocket attack on US troops in Afghanistan at Bagram Air Force base ISIS claiming responsibility but no injuries according to a tweet from the military a five year war on hold Saudi Arabia puts a temporary halt to attacks in Yemen as corona virus concerns hit the battlefield an arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect wanted for spray painting graffiti on a Brookline synagogue then who was caught on video staring at his war cast cancellations sweeping changes to daily life now under way in Massachusetts market meltdown falls out on wall street's self quarantine this is the time of shared sacrifice and I know first hand that we are capable of that here in the city of are the.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Background no injuries reported White House learn as far back as November about the potential dangers of the coronavirus U. S. intelligence officials were reportedly clued in that a contagion was sweeping through China's will land region late last year ABC news correspondent Andrew Debord says some are denying that reports ever existed asked about the ABC news report and when he first learned about the scope of the spread trump said I don't know exactly but I'd like to see the information but an ABC news investigation confirming through four sources that the National Committee on medical intelligence was aware as early as November of covert nineteen uncontrolled spread in China by monitoring communication and satellite images there the committee detailing how the disease could pose a serious threat to U. S. forces in Asia analysts at the time concluded that scope it nineteen what could be a cataclysmic global event well the kids may not like it but playgrounds of course are off limits across the state now as authorities try to prevent the spread of coronavirus end over police will look for groups of people join the spring weather until them to move along it's okay to go for walks isn't over town manager Andrew Flanagan but a group of and too risky we are taken on tennis court now say and closed the cobalt chords in we've obstructed basketball hoops so I know they all all the staff in extreme but I think in the end most of the residents in Andover agreement that necessary in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio first responders of course are not immune from catching this virus a member of the Ipswich fire department has tested positive this has led to additional testing at that facility the infected worker now recovering in seclusion at home all Ipswich fire department locations thoroughly cleaned and disinfected as of last night six eighteen in Boston Thursday morning waking up under partly cloudy skies it is forty three degrees right down to the mid fifties today but the real story is going to be the rain that will begin hitting us mid day today on the highway winds which will kick in later on will this pandemic has left many produce and dairy farm alert farmers struggling as well workers at Tony's fresh produce in downtown Los Angeles are moving less than half the amount of tomatoes.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio fifty degrees rain arriving in Massachusetts getting windy as well good evening on this thanksgiving eve at six o'clock Laurie curbing here's what's happening tonight Colombia's gas wraps up inspecting thousands of abandoned gas lines across the Merrimack valley WBZ's Karen regal report cites abandon after new pipes were installed after the Columbia gas explosions were supposed to be capped some were not so that the P. you order Columbia gas to inspect thousands of old fights and Columbia gas inspected miles of pipeline and more that works done now went into overtime manager Andrew Flanagan is please his tone has work to do in our goals and not just to to restore but to improve and I think if we look back on this event and say what was the one take away that's positive it's that the neighborhoods that were impacted are gonna be in better shape than they were before September thirteenth but to do that work Columbia gas needs to finish their their job which I'm glad that they have and move on and provide us to clear a path to do what we need to do in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio a new law immediately bans the sale of flavored vaping products and outlaws menthol smokes beginning in June of next year WBZ's Mike Macklin with the story from the statehouse governor Baker's signature makes Massachusetts the first state to permanently banned the sale of flavored tobacco in vaping products it also all laws the sale of menthol cigarettes starting in June Baker says he'd prefer to see the federal government take action on this public health emergency but unfortunately it's becoming increasingly clear that the federal government is not going to act decisively so we're going to do everything that we can stay level Florida.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Karen regal with more on our top story as ordered by the department of public utilities Columbia gas inspected two thousand lines involuntarily inspected a few thousand more after it was revealed abandon lines that were supposed to be capped or not after the Columbia gas explosions and over tell manager Andrew Flanagan is happy the work is done when we learned that that this verification work had a had a go forward hi it was clear that was gonna be another inconvenience to residents and also obstruct our ability to move forward in a meaningful way with that road restoration program we're in the process of re paving almost twenty miles of roads that were disrupted through the gas disaster so is an inconvenience we're glad it's behind us he is also happy the DP you is continuing with his investigation into Columbia gas in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio and good news on the south shore the Plymouth fire house head quarters will re open this Monday for permitting reviews and inspections at headquarters close after part of the ceiling collapsed during repairs scattering chunks of concrete through the station governor Baker signs the nation's most stringent ban on flavored vaping products WBZ's Mike Macklin from the state house Massachusetts is now the first state in the nation to ban the sale of flavored tobacco in vaping products and come June menthol cigarettes will also be outlawed here there will keep kids and teenagers from getting their hands on a mailing products especially flavored products that encourage young people to start using Charlie Baker's saying it was imperative.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Has worked cruised by exit seventeen Newton corner routes to and nine are moving. Well, no trouble on four ninety five south of the city expressway tunnel. The split route freeze wide open Braintree all the way to the Cape. No trouble on twenty four or ninety five. This report is sponsored by unbound dot org right now. They're young people across the world facing tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out the help. Their family put food on the table. You can help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support can go at unbound dot org. Steve Perez WBZ twenty four hour traffic network. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with a few clouds overnight. Lows of the in the lower fifties in downtown Boston, many suburbs will dip into the forties Wednesday. Not quite as warm, but it will turn out fairly sunny. Highs between sixty two and sixty six Wednesday night, partly cloudy, a low of forty six Thursday cooler morning. Sun will be followed by clouds, high fifty five and Friday, cloudy and cool, the cage rain, high sixty one Almac Ueda meteorologist carbon Inskeep WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio our top local story. Umass officials are crying foul with word that the nearly forty three billion dollar budget proposal from the Senate ways and means committee gives them a seven percent increase. But requires the university not to raise tuition or fees for students during the. The next academic year. They warned could result in devastating cuts to students faculty and staff. This from Senate ways and means committee chair Michael Rodrick spe- very strongly with a really. I can't remember the last time we've invested this many new Dow's in the U mass system seven percent increase that this should be no need to increase tuition. The house budget passed last month included money for the U mass system, but without the restrictions on tuition and fees. California executive who pleaded guilty in Boston federal court to charges that he paid four hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get his son into Georgetown University has been fired. Steven Semper vivo is the third parent to plead guilty in the college emission scandal. His attorney declined comment an eighty million dollar settlement between Columbia gas and Lawrence and over north Andover. The three Merrimack valley communities hit hard in September's, natural gas disaster. And over town manager Andrew Flanagan says it's a good deal Columbia gas, president Marquette calls it the best possible outcome. We wish this didn't happen. Obviously, however are go now is to put people back in. Into the position. They would have been if it didn't have in sports. The Red Sox beat the Orioles eight to five Bruins defenceman Charlie McEvoy suspended for one game for an illegal check to the head in Sunday night's game against the blue jackets. Don, huff WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Go to WBZ ten thirty dot com slash in love and enter the direct Federal Credit Union love where you live contest for your chance to win more than eight thousand dollars in prizes, beginning April twenty second. Listen for your name, weekdays to win a one hundred dollar gift card to legal seafoods, if it isn't fresh it isn't legal. Plus you could win the grand prize including prizes from Bernie and Phil's proven winners. Flowering shrubs and Landry and our Cari rugs and.

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy one degrees involved and what a beautiful afternoon at two o'clock on Laurie Kirby. Good afternoon. Here's what's happening. Columbia gas forks over millions to the Merrimack valley communities rebuilding after the gas disaster. To announce that the towns of Andover north Andover. In the city of Lawrence. Have reached a settlement Columbia guests at total of eighty million Andover town manager, Andrew Flanagan there. He says Andover. We'll get just shy Twenty-one million with half of that money. Going to road repair and cost incurred WBZ's. Karyn regal covering the news conference from earlier joining us now with more I'm pleased to announce that the towns of Andover north Andover. In the city of Lawrence. Have reached a settlement with Columbia guests at totals eighty million dollars and overtone manager. Andrew Flanagan made the announcement at the public safety complex Andover. Where two to three million dollars was spent in fire department overtime. That's Andover alone all communities. We'll see they're torn up roads fully replaced as well. So how does Columbia gas paver this Columbia gas president Marquette? Our message is that many of the cost associated with this restoration or not recoverable from customers. Many of the costs such as when we put twenty two. Hundred families into housing that cost is not recoverable from our customers end over Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio in a press conference in Boston. An unholy list of names attorney Mitchell Garabedian who represented dozens of children abused.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"AM six CDW Lumbini gas is agreeing to pay three communities affected by the Merrimack valley gas emergency get afternoon amid wer Q news and over town manager, Andrew Flanagan says his community north Andover and Lawrence will get eighty million dollars of that total sixty seven point one million has already been transferred to the communities. The allocation of the settlement funds is based on actual miles of impact roads, actual costs incurred in a formulaic. Split of the remaining funds settlement will help pay for road, reconstruction and other cost of lease officer is expected to recover. Authorities say a man crashed into his cruiser the crash at around six forty five this morning on route one. Thirty-three until the Middlesex County DA's office says in a statement wide van crossed the center line and struck the cruiser head on at the van's driver is twenty one year old whore. Hey, Joel Gomez Ma Lawrence. He's accused of negligent operation of a motor vehicle Lamarque lanes violation and having an improperly registered vehicle. On the brakes on the expressway. Southbound out of the tunnel down that earlier crash by Savin hill, which is being cleared. The pike eastbound they're still clearing the crash southborough after eighty five and before route nine so delays remain there. Also slowed down on the Cape on six eastbound just after one forty nine and west parts to bow. They're doing some trimming work on to thirteen eastbound continues by exit four pleasant valley in math. Oh, and so you are delayed their knock bet on ninety three four hundred five's. Okay. For now. I'm Dave Gardner and the W R K O traffic center. Now, the w Arcadio Weather Channel forecast. We start our Tuesday with some sunshine, but slowly as this cold front gets.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Settlement with utility blamed for the disaster Columbia gas will reimburse Lawrence and Dover north end over up to eighty million dollars for road repairs and other costs associated with the gas explosions and fires and over town manager, Andrew Flanagan Lawrence. Dan Rivera in her new Avandia over manage Lynn savage, as well as representatives of the gas governor will be at a news conference this morning to discuss the settlement WBZ's Karyn regal is there, and we'll have more later this morning took spring police cruiser involved in a crash this morning. Left. One person engine. It happened on route one thirty-three near blacksmith lane forcing police to shut down route one thirty three no word yet on what caused the collision involving the police cruiser and divan will update you with more when we get it right here on WBZ NewsRadio and stay connected with the iheartradio app. It's free your app store for any mobile device, the treasury secretaries refusal to turn over Trump's tax return setting up a legal battle. I'm Tom Foty. Despite an old and upheld law seems to mandate the treasury department furnish tax records of anybody on request of the chairman of the House Ways and means committee. The Trump treasury department will not comply with such a request. What the Trump administration worries about Donald Trump or is about is what congress may find in his tax returns. Otherwise, why wouldn't he release them? CBS news political analyst, Leonard Steinhorn. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington, then we will have more on this story. From Washington coming up later this half hour with Stephen Portnoy, the Commonwealth may soon. Embrace hands-free only use of mobile devices while driving here's WBZ's call. Stephen all of a sudden, it looks like hands free driving in the state legislature is in the fast lane for the past couple sessions. The state Senate has passed but the house hasn't touched it. But now speaker Robert deleo says it could happen soon. Hopefully Senate takes up on Thursday possibly than my take up next week next Wednesday. That's the Michael right now, but it could be a.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:54 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fifty five degrees. Partly cloudy skies in Boston at four o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what's happening to begin this hour in Washington where hundreds of former federal prosecutors are making a statement today says in a letter President Trump wasn't the sitting president he would have faced obstruction charges based on the findings of the Miller report. CBS Bill Raikov for more on this more than three hundred seventy former prosecutors who worked in both Republican and democratic administrations dating back to the Eisenhower era say that if the president weren't immune from prosecution he would have been charged while special counsel Muller wouldn't make that determination. The statement says the report would result in multiple felony charges for obstruction of Justice. Among the signers of the statement Republican and former DOJ official in federal prosecutor Bill weld who happens to be running against the president for the GOP nomination. They'll Rakoff CBS news, Washington, a one and the Merrimack valley communities affected by. The Columbia gas explosions and fires have reportedly now reached a settlement. With the utility settlement. Covers reimbursement costs for digging up. Nearly fifty miles of roads around the area to replace gaslines. Also covers overtime costs supplies and other costs. We don't know just how much that settlement includes as of yet. We are expected to learn a bit more tomorrow Lawrence mayor. Dan, Rivera end overs town manager, Andrew Flanagan and the interim town manager in north handover. Lynn savage, apparently are coming together in a press conference to give us more detail. So of course, we'll pass on those updates as soon as they're announced, and you can always stay connected using the iheartradio app, which is free for any mobile device. The encore Boston Harbor casino opening up soon in Everett says they want gamblers there to be able to drink longer. Well into the night when resorts confirms it's asking the gaming commission to allow alcohol to be served on the gaming floor until four o'clock in the morning. Each day would apply only to customers were actively gambling on core opens on June twenty third four two in stocks rebounded after this morning. Four hundred point drop over concerns of a renewed trade war between China and the US President Trump tweeting yesterday. He's ready to hike tariffs this week on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten to twenty five percent. Hugh Johnson financial adviser, and he says a move like that would make companies in both countries less profitable, renewal of the trade war between China and the United States that's going to have a big negative impact on the economy of China, which is already struggling, and it also would have a negative impact on the US as well. As the earnings of companies, a spokesman for the Chinese says despite all this team is still preparing to come to the US dolts more trade talks, suggesting that negotiation Michael ahead. Anyway, we'll get the latest numbers post closing bell coming up at four zero eight with Tracy jonky and Bloomberg business and of Austin police officer recovering this hour after they were hit by a vehicle earlier today in Jamaica. Plain officials say the officer was working a construction detail right around twelve thirty when they were hit happened right near the intersection.

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04:18 min | 3 years ago

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"Five o'clock and right now, we're looking at twenty five degrees in Boston. Good afternoon. This is WBZ news. We have sad news to report this hour nickel. Farda the Boston Globe nationally recognized and widely respected sportswriter died today in Fort Myers, Florida. He was sixty two years old. WBZ Tom Cuddy says Conforto was more than just an excellent sports writer, a real professional. You know, not one of these guys into big self promotion, although he did appear on nisan impre games. Excellent writer covered the patriots for awhile. Wrote books on the patriots. And the Atlanta Braves on the why the Atlanta Braves, but I've known him a long time just subtle very professional. Always. Hi, how are you? Getting the press box. Believe me just a nice nice person in a very difficult industry highly competitive baseball, writing very very competitive cafaro was survived by his wife, Lianne and two children. Ben and Emily. Two sources are telling CBS news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett this hour that special counsel. Robert Muller could turn his Russia report over to attorney general William bar as early as tomorrow if and when it happens WBZ radio will provide complete and continuing coverage President Trump's confidante Roger stone is silenced by a judge after posting a picture of her on Instagram in the crosshairs of a gun today. The judge imposed a full gag order on stone CBS correspondent polo rita's. Stone didn't help his cause or his case. He was a train wreck. He could not remember who brought him the photo. How many he chose why he put it up in the first place why he couldn't find one without crosshairs. He was an absolute disaster of a witness. He really did not do himself any favors on the stand in another courtroom in Chicago. Prosecutors tell the judge that empire actor Jesse smollet told. Two brothers to yell. President Trump slogan atom make America great again and put rope around his neck during a staged attack. The judge set bond at one hundred thousand dollars and today African American community leaders in Boston are weighing in. Here's Kim Tunnicliffe Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins calls. It a sad situation. She wonders whether Jesse small at suffers from mental health issues Rollins is praising police who've been investigating the case. I'm proud law enforcement is following the evidence. I don't think they jumped to conclusions, which is what we would hope Rollins believes the credibility of real hate crime victims will be called into question moving forward. But the head of the urban league of eastern Massachusetts Darnell Williams, disagrees smart enough to know that we need to look at each case on its own merits and not judge one case and then make that become the defacto standard. We want to evaluate everybody else. Williams wants to let the case play out before making any judgments about smaller. It saying we only know what we've been told Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio. We also heard today from former Boston police superintendent and chief Dan linski on this case was a completely made up event. It seems that's what the the evidence seems to prove in a total waste of resources by the police department as well as undermining legitimate victims the Bill for the Columbia gas disaster is now topping one billion dollars. According to the company's annual report this story with WBZ's. Karyn regal on September thirteenth Columbia gas mains over pressurized, killing a teenager blowing up homes and plunging towns into a cold autumn and overtone manager Andrew Flanagan says it's not over yet. As the town's want roads, repaved and lawsuits are being negotiated from the fact that there was temporary housing. I so many residents in the three communities for the people who were brought into Massachusetts to do the gas main work and to take the lead on different aspects of the recovery. It's not necessarily surprising. Given the magnitude of what's happened. And how much is Indo was budget for the year one hundred ninety two million. Okay. So this is this is seeded the budget for the for this town by five times in Andover. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio border security fight gets both political and legal in Washington. That's coming.

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02:57 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Got a little bit of sunshine around this afternoon. He poked out from behind the clouds, and that'll be kind of the way for the rest of the day. Day some silence. I'm clouds, a high of forty six clear to partly cloudy tonight, upper twenties out in the suburbs. Thirty-three downtown and then more Sunday clouds tomorrow. Gusty breeze, though, it will make it feel a little chillier than the low forties. The forecast high forty three right now in Boston. The Bill for the Columbia gas disaster is now over a billion dollars. That's according to the company's annual reports on September thirteen Columbia gas mains over pressurized, killing a teenager blowing up homes and plunging towns into a cold autumn. Andover town manager Andrew Flanagan says it's not over yet. As the town's want roads, repaved and lawsuits are being negotiated from the fact that there was temporary housing. I so many residents in the three communities for the people who were brought into Massachusetts today, the gas main work and to take the lead on different aspects of the recovery. It's not necessarily surprising. Given the magnitude of what's happened. How much is into was budget for the year indoors budgets a hundred and ninety two million? Okay. So this is this is exceeded. The budget for the for this town by five times in Andover. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. A final report of the Russia investigation by special counsel. Robert Muller could very soon, but what is unclear is how much you'll get to see the president is set up public. Release of the report is up to the new attorney general CBS White House correspondent major Garrett with more on how this could all play out Torney general William bar. We'll decide how much will be made public. There's no legal requirement for barter release any of the mullet report. Congressional Democrats are therefore concern bar will choose to limit the release of the reports underlying details at his confirmation hearing last month bar said he would make as much other report public as he could bar has indicated he might send a summary of Muller's report to congress leaving out people who were not charged and that report could be released as early as tomorrow. Democrats in the house are getting ready to take a defiant stance against President Trump and his national emergency declaration to fund a border wall. A resolution aimed at blocking the declaration is expected to be filed. Tomorrow. But a vote is likely until the middle of next month because of a timeline set by law passages expected in the house that faces uncertainty in the Senate, and even if it does pass the president would likely vetoing at last count, sixteen states have filed suit against the Trump administration over the declaration of a national emergency ABC's. Jim Ryan in Texas where there are also at least three individuals who are filing suit Yvette guy. Tom can literally throw a rock from her backyard into Mexico. She says her home is well within the right of way of the president's promised border wall four hundred thirty five feet away from river. She's afraid she'll be forced to move. If the wall is built it's not that she doesn't support the president's call for national security to do other things to secure border. She'd like to see more border patrol agents hired. Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas about this a park ranger furlough. During the partial government shutdown is now claiming at twenty nine and a half million dollar lottery jackpot,.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Going to create rat infestations is going to create all kinds of health problems. Carey and garbage pails saying Trump's trash representatives. Jackie speier. Jared Huffman picked up garbage on the ground and emptied bins. Some people are going to say you guys being out here is is a stunt to just bring attention to it is this making an impact and what's next. We're doing a stunt to equal his stock because it's very important to point out that this is happening everywhere. And the shutdown has shut down the investigation into last September's natural gas explosions and fires in the Merrimack valley. The National Transportation Safety board is not operating due to the shutdown except for a skeleton crew saying the people of the Merrimack valley of already waited too long for the answers, Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey says the NTSB needs the resources to complete its investigation. Eighteen was killed two dozen people injured and more than one hundred homes and businesses engulfed in flames due to a series of explosions blamed on Columbia gas, which led to much pressure. Build up in gaslines. Governor Charlie Baker just signed into law. A Bill that requires greater oversight of natural gas companies it mandates that qualified engineer oversee gas projects which the NTSB requires anyway, more safety. Regulations are being kicked around beacon hill as we hear from WBZ's. Karyn regal north Andover. Andover in Lawrence, thousands of people left without heat and hundreds of businesses to for months. The governor says it's important to make sure people continue to come back to these downtown's joining the governor Lawrence mayor, Dan Rivera and over town manager, Andrew Flanagan and north Andover town manager, Andrew Mailer, three town leaders who have been at each other side since the frightening night of September thirteenth Mailer says the attention is still very much needed. We can market account calendar when it began,.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Infestations is going to create all kinds of health problems. Carey and garbage pails saying Trump's trash representatives. Jackie speier and Jared Huffman picked up garbage on the ground and emptied bins. Some people are going to say you guys being out here is is a stunt to just bring attention to it is this making an impact. And what's next? It is a stunt. We're doing a stunt to equal his because it's very important to point out that this is happening everywhere. The shutdown has shut down. Down the investigation into last September's natural gas explosions and fires in the Merrimack valley. The National Transportation Safety board is not operating during the shutdown except for a skeleton crew showing the people of the Merrimack valley of already waited too long for answers, Massachusetts, Senator Ed Markey says the NTSB needs the resources to complete its investigation and compile a comprehensive account of the safety lapses that led to the disaster. The teen was killed eighteen was killed two dozen people injured and more than one hundred homes and businesses engulfed in flames due to a series of explosions blamed on Columbia gas, which led to much pressure build up in the gas lines. Governor Charlie Baker just signed into law. A Bill that requires greater oversight of natural gas companies mandating a qualified engineer over she those projects that's something the NTSB required. More say. Safety regulations are being kicked around on beacon hill as we hear from WBZ's. Karyn regal north Andover. Andover and Lawrence thousands of people left without heat and hundreds of businesses to for months. The governor says it's important to make sure people continue to come back to these downtown's joining the governor Lawrence mayor, Dan Rivera and over town manager, Andrew Flanagan and north Andover town manager, Andrew Mailer, three town leaders who have been at each other side since the frightening night of September thirteenth Mailer says the attention is still very much needed. We can market account when it began. But we certainly.

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"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"andrew flanagan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Afternoon, I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news. Here's what's happening. The partial government shutdown enters week three congressional Democrats and President Trump still at loggerheads over funding for a southern border wall. Both sides saying not much progress was made today they'll be back at it again tomorrow. Politico's? Congressional correspondent Sara ferris with the latest. There are very little expectations that anything is going to come of the weekend conversations and part of that is because democratic leaders when they were meeting at the White House yesterday, specifically asked President Trump, are you willing to make a deal can you commit to reopening the government by Tuesday and President Trump flatly said that he would not President Trump declaring is resolved saying he's willing to keep the shutdown going for months or even years, Dan. So being is the president of the national weather service employees organization in Washington. He's now furloughed no income, and it's not clear if he'll be reimbursed. He says he'd advise anyone looking to get a government job. Not to do. It used to be the people took civil service jobs, and and took a little less money and knew that they would never get rich because they would have the stability of employment and a check coming in. That is no longer the case. So being cannot qualify for unemployment or take a loan out against it's. Government 4._0._1._K because the president yesterday said the shutdown could last for months or maybe longer while the vice president meets with congressional staffers today. President Trump was spending the day on Twitter insisting the border wall is absolutely necessary. Here's ABC's. Karen Travers Trump. Injecting politics into the partial government shutdown writing on Twitter Saturday morning quote. I don't care that most of the workers not getting paid or Democrats. I want to stop the shutdown as soon as we are in agreement on strong border security. He was asked Friday for his message to eight hundred thousand federal workers impacted by the shutdown certainly they're not thrilled. But they say, sir. Do the right thing we need border security. The president has not cited any evidence to back up his claim about the political leanings of those federal employees. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Governor Charlie Baker has just signed into law a Bill requiring greater oversight of natural. Gas products projects rather mandating a qualified. Engineer, oversee them that something the National Transportation Safety board has required more safety regulations. Also being considered on beacon hill is we hear from WBZ's. Karyn regal north Andover. Andover and Lawrence thousands of people left without heat and hundreds of businesses to for months. The governor says it's important to make sure people continue to come back to these downtown's joining the governor Lawrence mayor, Dan Rivera and over town manager, Andrew Flanagan and north Andover town manager, Andrew Mailer, three town leaders who have been at each other side since the frightening night of September thirteenth Mailer says the attention is still very much needed. We can marketing calendar when it began, but we.

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