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"attleboro high" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:37 min | 10 months ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The coming days and the big game parking spaces in Los Angeles are being sold for more than $6000 each As fans try to secure their spot just days before the big game I'm Mike Bauer At the Beijing Olympic Games Nate baumgartner and Lindsey John cabela's win gold for the United States and the team mixed snowboard cross event for giacomo's her second gold medal of the games entering Saturday Americans have captured 5 gold 5 silver and one bronze for a total of 11 medals Meanwhile the U.S. men's curling team bounced back from a loss to Sweden with a 9 7 victory over Great Britain the men's curling team continues round Robin play against Norway the U.S. women's curling team continued to roll through the round Robin with an 8 four win over China The American schedule to take on green Britain later today Continuing their northern labor road trip the islanders fall short to the Edmonds and Euler's three to one the oilers were playing their first game under interim head coach Jay woodcroft Dave tippett was fired on Thursday the oilers have really been struggling They've only won 6 of their last 21 since December 3rd and the nabo villiers score the lone islander's goal on the power play in the second period his 8th of the season In local college basketball it was 25th rank Xavier over 24th ranked Yukon 74 68 In the Mac rider overseeing Peter's university 58 49 momus defeated Manhattan 75 66 iona upset by Siena 70 to 64 But the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers This is masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is James Anderson he is a partner at Bayley Gifford where he runs the FTSE 100 listed Scottish mortgage investment trust fund It's about 23 and a half $1 billion last I checked He has generated returns over the past two decades of over 1700% Bailey Gifford also manages about $470 billion James Anderson welcome to Bloomberg Thank you It's a pleasure to be with you Let's talk about your career You join belly Gifford back in 1983 tell us how you found your way into finance and how did your financial career begin Barry I think it's combination of a fairly normal British establishment story with a few twists I came from a very medical family I didn't much care for the idea of being a doctor although everybody assumed that because I wasn't remotely clever enough which used to be a bit I did a history degree at Oxford which failed may not have been relevant And I then spent a couple of years at university abroad in particular a year at Johns Hopkins and Bologna in Italy which was originally set up to use for the CIA spent on the Italian Communist Party that evolved by then But it gave me a first for hearing different interpretations So people from approximately 40 different countries and really made me a great deal more curious than I was when I was being talked down straight lines at Oxford Quite interesting So your Bailey Gifford in 83 how do you eventually become the manager of the Scottish mortgage investment trust which dates back to practically the turn of the last century That's right To be all these barriers I think that some of the events in the early years of Scottish mortgage quite fascinating You might be intrigued to read for instance it's accounts of Nike 29 30 when it was much more concerned about which member of the Scottish middle class this was going to be appointed to the board than it was by what was happening on Wall Street It's account of why Canada and Argentina were more interesting than America was interesting backstories for many years But I've always thought that investment trusts are a fantastic instrument And that's come across even more in recent years Because our freedom to go where we want and invest in whichever form we want and to try and offer at low cost to retail investors has been something that I really value And so the unpopularity of that form which existed back in 1983 It was just a fascinating project to try and get involved and to gradually see the benefits of it And I much admired my predecessor max wood who had the same first for gross investing Basically gives him made a huge mistake Because in the late 1970s max was by far utmost outstanding investor And because so many of our assets were in the UK at that time Max was persuaded to be in charge of the UK market When his heart was an America And I think Scottish mortgage and Vader gets a right speed further on Woods if we'd revert that last year you happen to say fund management was irretrievably broken Explain that a little bit That's a fascinating quote Yeah well very interested to pursue this Follow-up questions from you Barry because I think it's a critically important issue I think fundament has inherently become inward looking And you know this as well as I do people measure themselves by how they do to their comparators If I go back to the early days of stock markets what we were in the business of was helping to create great companies So we're going to move society as well as investors onwards And I think that we've lost that sense of purpose over the years So that is absolutely central to how I see it I would evidence it by not just all the type of short run performance statistics and short run media coverage there is But by the lacerating overall facts that both in Britain and America for a very long decades now more money has been given back by companies in the quoted markets than has been raised It's become a machine for recycling rather than machine for creation Now I could go on but fundamentally I think that is a great trouble and this led us to have to.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on WTOP

"And 54 in Laurel It's 7 40 a Virginia teacher is facing assault charges After she reportedly spit on a student Police arrested and charged eslin mahia it happened on Tuesday at Fred Lynn middle school in woodbridge court documents show a 14 year old male student was suffering from a mental health crisis During the encounter school staff including a teacher temporarily restrained the student to keep him from hurting himself in others After releasing the student the teacher spat on the student Other staffers saw it and reported the teacher no injuries were reported by the teen Inflation is raging causing many of us to pay more for rent groceries and gas In Congress is struggling along with The White House over how to bring about some relief WTO's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says inflation's impact can't be overestimated This is about massive price increases for essential goods that make up a huge share of working families budgets Republicans blame big spending by Democrats for adding to the problem But Virginia democratic senator Tim kaine says the pandemic's impact on supply chain issues has to be factored in Some of the inflation is based upon this most extreme public health event that we've been living through Canaan Democrats hope inflation will drop as COVID cases continue to fall but economic experts say consumers shouldn't expect any immediate relief On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO As part of black history month D.C. mayor muriel Bowser today stopped by a local elementary school that's named after a famous former resident We are celebrating black history month And of course we celebrate black history year round in Washington D.C. because we have a lot of black history to celebrate Mayor muriel Bowser stopped by to read books by black authors and highlight some of the city's history to the students have used an elementary which was named after D.C. native Charles Hamilton Houston He played a key role in ridding our country of Jim Crow laws Guests read books like the oldest student and the year we learned to fly the American federation of teachers also handed out books celebrating black history to every student in the school for their home library Luke Luger WTO news The country's water departments are bracing themselves for a busy Super Bowl Sunday CBS News correspondent Peter king has one example.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

08:30 min | 10 months ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"You're in charge of game 5. What we got. Yeah, going Indiana, Michigan state, a couple of teams that really, really, really need to need a dub here. Let me check out this Ken palm line real quick. I think it is Indiana minus four, so that's interesting. No, no, no. It's Michigan state minus four. That makes a lot more sense. Because Michigan state is the home team in this game. So Michigan state minus four at home against an Indiana team that, you know, who's playing for them. I mean, I think those 5 guys who were suspended are back, but they are back. They have been reinstated. And by the way, Mike Woodson seemed to suggest that the reason they were suspended was because they blew curfew. And he didn't come out and straight up say that they were going to return to their encore roles. He kind of was ambiguous about if they were going to be immediately part of the rotation or play they're saying minutes, you know? Yeah, yeah, I mean, we'll see the game, by the way, tips at three 30 eastern on Saturday. It's going to be on Fox. Yeah, we'll see who plays and how much, but my understanding is they're available. And I thought, I thought it was noteworthy. If this really is just a blown curfew, like to take 5 players out of your off your roster for a game, I guess it was at northwestern that you need as it pertains to you instead of a tournament resume. I think that says something about Mike Woodson that I don't think is often attached to quote unquote NBA guys. Because sometimes when an NBA coach finds himself coaching college basketball, one of the things you'll hear, not 100% of the time, but often is they don't care about academic stuff. They don't care about any of the stuff that some college coaches really do seem to care about. They're just basketball coach. They're not trying to turn boys into young men or whatever that cliche is. They're just, you know, they just go to the basketball team the way they've coached their basketball team at the professional level. My point being for a first year college coach to actually suspend 5 players for curfew? If it is actually curfew, I don't want to say it's impressive because I don't even know what that means. I just, it stood out to me. I don't know if I would have done it. Given where my season is at right now and what my fans want from me and that it's February and every game is important. I don't know. I just thought it said something about Mike Woodson and I think probably something positive about Mike Woodson. Yeah, I was surprised. I mean, two starters, it was Xavier Johnson and Parker Stewart, both starters who were among that 5, two other guys who were role players and then Christian lander who sometimes plays. He was among that group as well. So yeah, definitely a bold move. I'm going Michigan state. I don't think they're going to lose consecutive home games. I think they've struggled recently. They've kind of, they're kind of in the spot right now where they're legitimacy isn't question. They're doing a reverse izzo, where they're seeming to backslide. As we get deeper into the season and I don't know that that I just don't think that's going to continue. I think they're going to get it done at home here. And I think there's some questions. I mean, just for me about this situation with Indiana, where I don't know that I fully trust the best version of Indiana to show up in the first game after this suspension situation. So I'm going to yeah. Indiana has lost two straight, Michigan state, as you noted, has also lost two straight. This is important for both teams. You know what? I'll take Indiana plus the points. I think Michigan state wins the game, but I think it'll be a competitive gain pretty much from start to finish. And I don't guess I'd be shocked if Indiana went to the breslin center and won given that we just watched Illinois or I mean, we just watched. Wisconsin go to the breslin center and win. So I'll take Indiana plus the points and then by Saturday afternoon we'll know for sure either the Internet will be working perfectly throughout the state or they'll be having bandwidth problems again. It's tough to tell. And David Kabul haven't even wider lead. And you are wearing us out in the final four on one. Thank you for being here. I appreciate it. It's always good, not good when norlander is away. I don't mean it that way, but it's nice to have somebody reliable and of quality to sit in that other box across from. So that means a lot, Gary. You know, people need to know how important you are. I heard you guys talking with Sam bassini a couple weeks ago. And Sam was just lavishing you with praise for the fact that he's that he was once employed by CBS. And I need to give you a similar shout out too. I mean, I was like, man, you know, Gary needs some love because, you know, I hit you up a couple years ago, I was like, hey what do you know about this? And you know, you didn't even know me that well. I mean, I've been on your show a handful of times and obviously ran in the meeting at this media market and you put in a word, got my resume to the top of a pile somewhere and here we are. So I appreciate you. Well, you're welcome. I didn't know you too well, but I knew your work. And for these purposes, that's what I needed to know. I was like, this is because your background is vastly different than say Sam bes background. You know, had never worked at a traditional newspaper, never been on a beat. He's awesome, but like you guys come from totally different places. And I just remember when we had an opening reaching out there, you know, after being in contact with you, reaching out to the bosses. And I actually said, hey, this guy lives in Memphis. I don't know if you want another guy who lives in Memphis. But he's good. And I bet you you're not gonna have a more qualified candidate than David. So just take a look at it and then you guys take it from here. So I'm not gonna take credit for hiring you 'cause I didn't do that. I don't have that kind of power, but I did endorse. I did endorse you, and I'm glad I did, because otherwise, I have no idea who I'd be talking to right now. Yeah, and you wouldn't know that Julius Randle and Keller booth, the attention of the same high school. I tell you, that's not something norlander would have come with. It's not something that would have had for me. Chelsea David dowdy Chester Chester, South Carolina, shouts to Gary Franklin, legend, shellard now. Thank you guys once again for listening to the oncologist basketball podcast in the middle of the dumbest pandemic of my lifetime. I swear to you I never seen one like this. Wild. If you're not subscribed, please go subscribe anywhere you subscribe to podcasts, including Apple podcasts, and Spotify. You can leave 5 stars at both. Please do. That's very important. And at Apple, you can actually leave a review like type some words. And that's incredibly important too. So if you got 45 seconds, do that for us. There's more of us than there are of them. There's way more of us than there are of them. If you're not subscribed to the YouTube channel, we've been begging you for months, like, come on already. Please, subscribe to the YouTube channel. And while you're here, please smash that like button like your Brandon Davies. Brandon Davies would do it. He smashed it. He'd risk everything to smash. You're not risking anything. So please do that. And we're going to talk to you again on not Sunday. Not Sunday. We're not going to talk to you again on Super Bowl Sunday. Dead leg was like, one option is we could do it after the Super Bowl, and I'm like, there's no scenario where I'm doing a podcast after the Super Bowl. What are you talking? What are you talking about? So we're going to talk to you again on Monday morning. I think we're going to try to go 10 a.m. eastern on Monday morning and we will recap the weekend then. So till then.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"And they're these curious slit like holes in the in the closet doors and the den fascinated by advocate. Love that no hate it. The closet doors were those hollow wood doors on runners that squeal when you open and close them while just hear it literally heard it about eight inches or so from the bottom. we're holes. That looked like they'd been made by a flat sharp object like a knife. Every i won't be playing on the floor near those doors. My nanna would freak out and tell me to get away from their weird but not enough to alarm love it. I love the things that people all over just like you way i love it. Then we look back in hindsight and they're like weird. I ignored the daily. Until right before i moved into the house alone that my dad thought it would be a good idea to tell me. Yes these holes have been made by veritas sly because a woman had been brutally stabbed to death in the house. My budding serial killer named thomas. Not my dad told me the whole story as if he remembered it but in quoting from a new story here because i feel they can explain it better than i can. The following taken by a column by mike kirby that appeared in the sun chronicle on march twenty fourth two thousand thirteen fifty years after the murders occurred. Greet job citing your sources. That was wonderful. Thank you on january. Twenty fifth nineteen sixty three fifteen year. Old elaine martin returned to her blink lane home after classes at attleboro high school. Her home was ransacked in covered with blood then. She spotted the body of her mother. Thirty eight year old. Edith martin hardened police officers say they had never seen such violent act. Seven kitchen were used in the assault. Five were severely bent. Signs of a struggle were found in four rooms of the house. Medical examiner. Dr james jamie counted at least thirty one stab wounds on the victim. Wow that's insane. He told the attleboro sun a predecessor predecessor to this newspaper that this was quote the most vicious and heinous act i have ever seen. No rational person could have done such a thing. A young man was seen leaving the property earlier. That day in a car with rhode island license plates more than twenty. Four hours after edith martin's body was discovered pawtucket. Police arrested then seventeen year. Old thomas not junior of that city not attract star. Who finished seventh in the hundred yard dash at the new england and bench analysts and co combination. Yeah thought benching to live things about him. He's like and by ghana cracked the code invitationals. Clearly i wasn't invited. I wasn't in co-captain elective. The tolman high school football team had been questioned less than a year earlier about the murder of nineteen year old nancy and friendlier of pawtucket. Whose mutilated body was found in a pond three months after she was reported missing. I know that name fancy and friendlier. It's unfamiliar this time. After hours of questioning not confessed to both murders police said he did not know either victim in the frontier case. I hope i'm saying that right. Not told police. He was in a pawtucket parking lot when he spotted for near leaving leaving a story in what police described as an impulsive act. He forced his way into her car. Drove her to the pond where he viciously stabbed her ta- death and dumped her body in the water. The martin police. The martin murder police said was similar. Arash was a similar irrational impulse. Some impulsive act by a troubled young man. He just had an urge to kill one. Investigator says this so a little more on the case. Those knife marks in the closet door from the murder. I knew it as soon as he said like slit..

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Fresh off blockbuster acquisition, Microsoft will add 20 Bethesda games to Xbox Game Pass

Talking Tech

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Fresh off blockbuster acquisition, Microsoft will add 20 Bethesda games to Xbox Game Pass

"Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech as we look ahead into the video game crystal ball. Many felt that. Sony has the best lineup of exclusive games coming to the playstation five in the months ahead. But it's possible. That picture is changing. Microsoft has officially completed. Its seven point five billion dollar acquisition of cinemax media which is the parent company of bethesda soft works. Anyone who was into playing video games does the name bethesda. It's created such games as the elder scrolls and fallout plus it on several other studios including it software which created doom and wolfenstein. One upcoming game from bethesda studio death loop is in development arcain studios that will actually be a playstation exclusive when it arrives in may but future bethesda studio games will be xbox exclusives. Xbox gamers will still see immediate rewards from this deal. Microsoft is planning to bring additional bethesda games to its xbox game pass subscription service within days said xbox head phil spencer so xbox game pass which has been gaining in popularity will likely get a boost. Out of this I checked it has about eighteen million pain members that they pay ten dollars a month or more for the service. For instance you can also get it for fifteen dollars if you include xbox live which if you play online multiplayer games you need that anyway and the thing with game pass to is. They haven't just been showing off like games. They've also tried to do a lot of microsoft gains day and date so you can actually buy the game or you can try it out on game pass and i wouldn't be surprised if we see that in a similar way with bethesda where we see a lot of their games available maybe day and date on xbox game pass so

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Apple reopens all its stores

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Apple reopens all its stores

"European e commerce systems. You used today. Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's mike snyder. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech brett. Would you like to hear some good news. Yes please alright. Well so apple has actually open all of its stores for the first time since march fourteenth. Twenty twenty you know that feels like more than a year ago but it was not even a year ago that that happened. And if you remember back then was one of the first signs that this coronavirus pandemic was going to be serious and deal a serious impact retail and the workplace now. You can't just walk into any apple store yet. Some are open only for pickup of orders while others require fifteen minutes shopping session but you could check online and figure out. What's going on with your store and i have a story about that up on tech that usa today dot com has the lincoln. And if you wanted to go there but the fact that these types of the stores are all reopened across the. Us is a good sign that we're on the right track to some semblance of retail. Normalcy hopeful interestingly apple really didn't suffer sales wise during the pandemic in the report of its most recent financial quarter which was october to december twenty twenty the company said quarterly sales records for iphones including the iphone. Twelve and sold more apple watches airpod and homepod speakers on the way to a quarterly revenue. Record of one hundred and eleven point four billion dollars. It also said a new record prescription revenue from services like apple music and apple news and apple. Tv actually it's apple tv plus because apple. Tv is a device and ipad. Sales rose thirteen percent to interestingly Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said the company could've done even better if the stores were open. So hopefully this reopening story will spread to other retailers to in the weeks ahead yet definitely. I still remember when we first started hearing all these different stores that were closing. And that's when. I think hit me that this was really a big deal because obviously never hear stores closing. Even you know even like hurricane type stuff. Maybe that's maybe the only other time and even then you might still stuck open but to see like wholesale all these different businesses just had down was. I've never seen anything like it.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Needed to hear it from the man himself. There's no hard feelings between Robert Kraft and Tom Brady, the Patriots owner, telling CBS Sunday morning. He wants to see TV 12 get another ring Mom Ruling for Tom Brady, Robert Kraft, clearly still fond of the man, he still calls Tommy. I'm so excited. We've had some great Communications and he is such a special human being and craft goes on to say that Tom Brady is clearly the greatest player of all time, not just quarterback Germany. Holland WBZ Boston's news radio of the local tide of the Super Bowl. Anthony Sherman was a star athlete in North Attleboro High School. Place for the Kansas City Chiefs, former coach Kurt Comer, telling WBZ TV about the fullback. He was special because he had special talent. But just another great kid from north out of our own gaily. Sherman is Santoni, sister. And, of course, she's proud. Everyone thinks it's like the coolest thing in the world. But I mean to me to my brother and me just chasing his dream. And he said ever since he was a little boy yesterday, we told you about the Marshfield native Zach trainer whose long snapper for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, of course not from around here, but Part of the Patriots, Lord Don't Brady and Rob Gronkowski playing in that game. Ah, musician visiting Chicago breathes a sigh of relief after recovering a $22,000 flute that he had for gotten on a train. Donald Raven was reunited with his flew to the Chicago police station this week after officers picked it up in a pawn shop that had been left there is collateral for a loan by a homeless man turns out that while The search of the train after train didn't work. The 23 year old Boston based flew this effort to spread the word about his lost fluid on social media did work. A pawnshop owner called the police who then picked up that flute? Cruise fans may be saying oh, Canada countries decided there will be no cruising in candidate this year. Cruise ships will remain banned in Canadian waters until next year. The country's transport minister says cruise vessels carrying 100 or more passengers post a dangerous risk during the pandemic, both carrying more than 12. People are also banned from entering Arctic coastal waters. Transferred minister said the action will protect those most at risk and prevent overwhelming healthcare systems. That is. CBS is Diane King Hall, a lawsuit against Starbucks for what's not in the company's Starbucks. Fenella Frappuccino, a man from Rhode Island filing suit in Boston, U. S District court, alleging that the company's drink has no actual vanilla. Suit seeks at least $5 million for those who bought the drink in Massachusetts and also seeks all of Starbucks revenues or profits from selling that drink in the Commonwealth To 38 we head off to Wall Street, Andrew Oh Dae is at Bloomberg. It's a Friday like the end the week with a new up note and looks like we might do that. It's an up note for kind of a weird reason a week showing for the nation's labor market while the unemployment rate fell in January, 26.3% it happened is more than 400,000 people quit the workforce. Only 49,000 workers were added to payrolls. That's fewer than half the forecast increase and follows a terrible December when the economy lost improvised 227,000 jobs, But ever the optimist Wall Street is thinking about stimulus package is more likely now given those tough job numbers. So the Dow is up 92 points not far from its all time high. NASDAQ is up 76 S and P gaining 16. NASDAQ and S and P in record territory stock Rising and Johnson and Johnson as it formally asked the FDA to clear its single shot covert vaccine for emergency use, the FDA will meet to consider it. In three weeks, and you wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. There.

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Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury

WBZ Afternoon News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Boston Area's Bishop Feehan Hockey Team Returns To Ice After Teammate's Serious Injury

"One high school hockey team from Attleboro is back on the ice for the first time since an accident put one of their teammates in the hospital or details from WBZ TV Stephanie Chan. It was an emotional return to the rink, the bishop fiend Boys hockey team, rallying together an Attleboro after their beloved teammate A. J. Quetta suffered Spinal cord injury during a game on Tuesday there coach Kevin Dunn. It was very uplifting. I thought that they had ages to sister speak, that was that was very much been very, very difficult for them. The high school senior remains in critical condition after undergoing surgery in Boston. The outpouring of support has been overwhelming A go fund me for Quetta has raised more than $600,000 to help with medical expenses. While the Bruins amplify the fund raising efforts no, the sports Community. You know the hockey community and in the end the Patriots to be as generous as they are, and it's absolutely you know, words can really describe it. It will be a long road to recovery for the 18 year old senior He certainly won't be alone. Had his sisters let the crowd in prayer before Yesterday's

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"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And I heard radio station. 17 degrees right now in Boston. Bright sunshine, but super windy at 11 30 that Saturday morning to, um Tina Gal, and here's what's happening. We're now learning more about promising test results for a third vaccine, this one coming from Johnson and Johnson. More details from ABC is Karina Mitchell. Unlike the visor, and with Donna Inoculation, Johnson and Johnson's requires only one shot. It's also faster to make an easier to store. Dr Anthony Fauci says the highly contagious UK variant could be the main strain in the U. S by March, also expressing support. This is a single shot vaccine in which you start to see efficacy anywhere from 7 to 10 days following the first and only shot Karina Mitchell, NBC NEWS New York With Manu and more contagious strains of the coronavirus, posing a threat, health officials are urging people to please continue practicing social distancing and wear protective gear infectious disease specialist doctor who's messiah, it says. It's very critical for people to keep their guard up. Even with vaccine drives under way that not all master created equal. I think that's a message that we really need to get across is the more layers that we can create. The better will be at preventing transmission, especially for these variants that are more transmissible. Meanwhile, schools without H V. A C systems or the proper filters are now being urged to keep their windows open in classrooms where there's in person learning even on frigid days like yesterday. But if schools have air purifiers in those rooms, that window's only have to be open a crack WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe checked in with a couple of school district to see how things are going. Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two, but was single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold cases there some complaints to their teachers I hear from Families on occasion, But we've been very fortunate for community has supported the fact that things were different during covert conditions. I think most people it's not optimal, but they are accepting it as they go ahead of the Boston Teachers union, Jessica Tang has been doing walk through that a number of schools to make sure classrooms are in compliance issue in terms of keeping buildings and room warm enough. We certainly have had concerns about group being too cold having to keep the Windows open to help the situation. Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. The latest numbers from the Bay State Health Department report more than 2700 new covert cases in the latest daily count, along with 98 additional fatalities, But there apparently was a technical glitch in the reporting of almost 25,000 test results both positive and negative. Those results missed yesterday's count and will be included in today's daily count due out later this afternoon. The seven day average positivity right here in Massachusetts is now just over 4% nearly 1800 people are hospitalized for covert that's trending down, relatively speaking 412 patients remaining ICUs. It's also estimated there are more than 74,500 active covert cases here in the Bay State. Coming up in just about two minutes. Here in WBC news radio will tell you about a new supercomputer that has ranked among the world's fastest stay with us. For all the details back to the roads right now, getting busier. I see it's 11 33 traffic and weather together, starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Rob what's the latest on Route one? Everyone in the North bound side. Tina is jammed up there is the crash working north bound near route 99 in Saugus. Really slow through this stretch. The backup has extended just backed about to route 60 of this point, so really slow getting up there with lanes blocked route one north after route 99 in Saugus. Allow extra time up through there Now. 93 is okay, leaving the city that way. Somerville up towards the cloverleaf to get to 1 28 year. Fine there. No problems on Route three from Burlington to national downtown, getting reports of a crash inside the North bound O'Neil channel, and it looks like it's coming. Starting to jam up quickly. Here is we typically see is people are getting their breaks right now. The top into the expressway, so it looks like it's in there. I don't have a lane on it As of yet, but North bound in the O'Neill Tunnel watch for crash coming into downtown. It'll slow you down in on the expressway. North South Gone. Expressway is slow approaching the Braintree split Route three is fine along the South Shore. Don't sing any delays on the lower end of 1 28 through Denham in Needham and out west of town. A good right on the pike Robbed acolyte WBZ is traffic on the three's Plenty of sunshine today, but very frigid and a windy Hi, Just 21 feels a lot colder, more like the single digits and teens today clear tonight, a little less windy but intensely frigid, dropping to about eight degrees. Mix of clouds and sunshine Tomorrow High 25 cloudy and breezy on Monday with snow developing in the afternoon high 35 that snow will likely continue Monday evening into Tuesday with a potential for significant accumulations. 10 inches or more high 33 degrees on Tuesday were carefully tracking that northeaster right now we've got 17 degrees in Natick, 14 and hang up. 15 in Worcester and 16 in Boston and Cambridge. It's 11 35. Despite ongoing pressure from Republicans to downsize President Biden's $1.9.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunshine at 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Merger on Here's what's happening. What's going to stay cold all day long wind chills expected to be single digits, maybe even teens at best WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. You see that wind out of the Northwest and with that Northwest way into our feels like temperatures. Are below zero. So we're in 11 below for Worcester, seven below in Boston. So we have this frigid cold. A windshield advisory still in effect for northern Worcester County into northwest Middlesex County, Windchills as low as 20 below, When you do get some of those wind gusts that's through 10 a.m. this morning and to add to the fun. There is word of a nor'easter heading our way, which could bring a significant amount of snow. Monday into the better part of Tuesday. Details coming up in the forecast in just a few minutes. Latest numbers from the state Health Department in Massachusetts show more than 2700 new coronavirus cases, But there was a technical glitch, so they missed about 25,000 test results, So we'll see those numbers in today's Daily count some good numbers. Though the seven day average positivity rate has gone way down. It's about 4%. Now it was 8%. Not that long ago, nearly 1800 people hospitalized with covert that's trending down as well. And it is estimated there are about 74,000 people with coronavirus right now. Statewide, that number also down significantly schools without H vac systems or the proper filters. Are being urged to keep their windows open in classrooms where there's in person learning even frigid days like yesterday, but of schools have air purifiers in those rooms. The windows only have to be open the crack WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe checked in with a couple of school district's to see how things are going. Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two. But with single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold from cases there some complaints of their teachers I hear from families on occasion, but we've been very fortunate. Our community has supported the fact that things are different. Remco bit conditions. I think most people it's not optimal, but they are accepting it As they go. The head of the Boston Teachers union, Jessica Tang, has been doing walk throughs at a number of schools to make sure classrooms are in compliance. Is it you in terms of keeping buildings and grew warm enough? We certainly have had concerns about group being too cold. Who's having to keep the Windows open to help with the ventilation? Kim Tom, a close WBZ Boston's news radio with new more content. Just strains of the coronavirus, posing a threat. Health officials urging people to continue practicing social distancing and wear protective gear infectious disease specialist doctor Who's Masai Ed Says it's important for people to keep their guard up. Even with vaccine drives underway, we know that not all master created equal, so I think that's a message that we really need to get across is the more layers that we can create. The better will be at preventing transmission, especially for these variants that are more transmissible. It is 9 33 Have you flown lately? Have you flown in the past year? There's a list out Of the best and worst airlines. Well, we'll.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For schools without H vac systems or proper air filters that could make it tough for them to stop the spread of Cove. It. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more on that Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two, but was single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold and arraignment today delayed for a woman from Marshfield. Accused of murdering her husband, Christine reach He was arrested yesterday after her husband Michael, was found with stab wounds, was pronounced dead at a hospital nearby in court today, Richie collapsed in court, for reasons unclear At this point. Those proceedings now pushed back until Monday. I'm Nicole Davis. It's night side with Dan Raymond WBZ TV, Boston's news radio. All right, we're gonna go to the phone. So again, we have never to the best of my knowledge. Talked seriously about life beyond what we know here on Earth. I know that. That many of you have strong feelings one way or the other. So let's see what you what you think. And I love to get to react to what again Avi Loeb, professor Avi Loeb of Ah, Harvard. University, the chair of the history of Astronomy department, said his book again is extra terrestrial on. It's one that I hope some of you get a chance to read. I know I will try to get one the first sign of intelligent life beyond Earth and Just, uh, it's it's an amazing It's an amazing theory. Let's go to Joe in Belmont, Joe Euronext on night side. How are you tonight, Joe? Joe's Not there. We'll put him on hold. Let's go to John. Let's put your one hold. We lost Joe. Let's go to John in New Bedford. Hi, John. How are you tonight? Yeah. How you doing? I've talked with you before. Sure. This is a This is a This is a question. It's the immense distances between stars and especially between um Galaxies that adds multitudes of distance to it. It's very tough to know it's very tough to get something something strong enough to be able to eat some sort of electronic signal to be able to get anything about to learn anything, however. I write an article you know, within the last year that said, for the first time ever, we've did even just within our galaxy. The Milky Way with everyone was pretty sure that we have detected the fact. That there are planets around some of the sun's that exist in our galaxy. You know, it's a great big galaxy like everything else. So so the galaxy just so everybody, we're all on the same page. Get him in the hole to start. We have you know more about this than I do. So let me just that much more. Let me learn a little bit from you. So we have the solar system that writes for the sun all the way out to Plato. I'm not even sure if Pluto's still planning don't know what it is. Okay, So my question. My question is, I'm not gonna rush. Okay? My question is Always solar system is part I assume of a larger galaxy the Milky Way. Okay, Good fire. We're one of the fringes of the Milky Way. It's one of a disc shaped with a hump in the middle of that has a much more scars that are around us. But we're mad. We're in that Milky way And there are other Galaxies as you've heard the nearest other Galaxies Andromeda. From which we get the movie title. The Andromeda Strain. You know the fictitious idea that someone from Andromeda galaxy some living thing came and infected or earth and everything we don't care about that. We're just saying we're in the Milky Way. And we're one of many, many Galaxies. The more you look, the better. Your detection mechanisms are higher, resolute, higher activity. Your radar has, the more you can detect that there is no limit water space. In fact. They've said that the fact that it keeps trying down getting way confused, then the fact that this separation between the distant Galaxies appear to be speeding away from each other all of the different Galaxies from the creation. You're postulating 14 Million. Whatever. They're saying that that time ago. They're all separate, Ready way. But what they even had to invent a universal gravitational constant. That is really what black matter is. It is something that holds them from continuing to speed faster and faster away. It's speeding away. There are speeding way, but they're slowing a little bit, And there's postulating black matter, But it's the same, but at the same time our relationship Meaning Earth relationship with sun, which is always amazed me with means. Approximately during the course the anywhere from 93 93 years traveling by loves John, You're trying to get a lot in here, and I know what I'm trying to be. Oh, trying to actually have a conversation with, you know, that probably sounds. Far into you, but I'm trying to make a point. If you let me conclude. I want to get your reaction to it. Okay? Yeah. Okay. Well, my reaction is yes. I think there hasn't even know what I'm gonna make. John, I'll listen. You're asking about that. Okay, John, I'd rather have rather hear from you Go ahead, just rather whether I you asked your question was whether Because the are the privy listeners think that there is a possibility of life on other planets. That's all you're really asking, right? That wasn't what I was gonna ask you, but that's okay. Well, I do and I'll give you my reasoning. I read a good article in Scientific American and I'm not in a Saturday. I'm not really even a science major. But I remember that there was a smart kid kind of rigid guy at U Chicago where I went to school back in the sixties and the guy named Deming. There was a guy named Jimmy and I noticed in this article recently in Scientific American. There was an article by a guy named Deming at the University of Maryland. Who and they the article that I was reading said This was the very first time that Anybody had ever even proved in a way that there are other planets. That could be much like ours there that there are other planets. Okay, Okay. Appreciate that. I appreciate I appreciate your call very much. You got to get to some other callers. Thank you very, very much. Appreciate your call. The point. I was trying to make the John and I just so you know, is that yes, I understand the Galaxies and all of that are expanding. And I don't quite get my my wrap my arm my head around it. However, one thing that I think is interesting is we believe that Earth has been around five billion years. Uh and I realized that temperatures have changed and all of that, but our relationship between Earth and the sun has remained 92 93 million miles apart and that if we were 10 million miles closer to the sun As I understand it, and those of you who know more about this than I do. Please feel free to correct me. Um, if we're 10 million miles closer, son, we burn up. If we're 10 my 10 million miles further away. Uh, all life dies because we freeze And yet for some reason, we have stayed in that orbit around the sun, which gives us life, so that's one that I've always had a tough time. Um Understanding how it could stay so so constant Marcus in Boston, Marcus next on nights I go right ahead. Hey, how you doing, Dan? Hey, Marcus. Nice to hear your voice. What's on your mind tonight, Marcus? Well, I'm you know, I I believe I'm a psychic. So I'm going to tell you from a psychic support of you. So we're it. There is no other people out there. It's just with were the ones on I'm telling you because We have a structure which leads you know you Catholic, You know that. The difference between animals and humans is that we have a soul. And they always get to God. There's the spirit world and it's so complex and I can't see that existing on any other planet. I guess I just can't Fathom that. I think what? We're the only ones out. There s o. You're certain that Marcus, How did you come to that conclusion? I'm just saying, we're so complicated. Our systems are so complicated. We don't know what's in the ocean. We don't know what's down there, and there's life down there, but we don't know anything about it. And I just believe that my feeling is that we're somehow linked. Um Seriously. Okay. I don't never listen sense, but I mean, well connected to the spirit world. And, uh, well, you know, Well, let's hope so. That's one hope that I think most people who have religion of any type. I believe that there was there something beyond what we're doing here. Um, whether that's true, we can't prove that, uh, On the other hand, no one can disprove that. That's right. Which makes it. I guess I.

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"attleboro high" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"attleboro high" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Adams tells NBC's today show that states need to do a better job fitting the supply of vaccines to the demand in their state. Some states are doing a really good job. You have red states like North Dakota and South Dakota, but blue places like D C and Connecticut who distributed 75, plus percent of their vaccines, But you have some states that still haven't distributed more than 25%. Prosecutors are expected to announce that this hour whether charges will be brought against a police officer who shot up Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year. Businesses were boarded up in the National Guard has been called in in case there are violent protests, family and friends are paying their respects to an unarmed black Columbus, Ohio, man fatally shot by a police officer last month on Tree Hill. Sister Shauna Barnett says her brother had so much life ahead of him at this time, Funeral and Andre Should not be in the same sentence. They don't go together when he was taken away from us way too soon in the prime of his life would show that he'll likely posed no threat to Officer Adam Coy, who has been fired Illinois teen Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of killing two men during the protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year. Is pleading not guilty to charges. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. A new variant of the covert virus brought its global infection to Wall Street yesterday. Concerns over a new and more transmissible variant of covert 19 is seemingly having an effect on the stock market's Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced further UK shutdown measures yesterday in England. We was there to get into a national lockdown, which is tough enough. Contain this barrier. All three indexes had their worst day of trading in a new year since 2016. Why Covad fears, Lindsay Bell, chief investment strategist for Ally investment, said in an email. Covert cases continue to spike with a new very into the virus spreading across the globe. And investors are feeling antsy. I mike power South Korea is sending troops to the Persian Gulf after Iran seized one of its oil tankers and cruel yesterday. Iran says it took the vessel for a series of violations of marine environmental laws. The ship is carrying 7200 tons of oil based chemicals and a crew from South Korea and several other Southeast Asian nations. Soul is reportedly seeking cooperation from the U. S. Led international Maritime security construct. Valerie Burton, Ellie says it's been rough since the death of her ex husband, rocker Eddie Van Halen. It's sure it's hard. I've gone to text him. So a few dozen times I was like, Oh, no, I can't text him right now. Man. Helen died from cancer in October at age 65 Byrd, Nelly, who hasn't son won't gang with Van Halen. All the NBC today show they're doing okay, but still trying to cope with the grief. The two were married from 1981 to 2007. I'm Dean. You tell. A Massachusetts man is reunited with his class ring nearly 50 years after he lost it. Jack Healy graduated from Attleboro High School in 1961 and years later noticed he lost his memorabilia while living at a house in the town of Raynham of Family that now lives in this former home says they found the ring and posted it to Facebook, hoping to find its rightful owner. Italy says the ring still fits but only on his pinky. Tom Roberts, NBC news radio. Two pillars of the design community are now one statement and Albrighton Lockwood have combined to.

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Five-Car Crash Closes I-95 in Attleboro, SW Of Boston, Leaves 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries

Ron St. Pierre

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Five-Car Crash Closes I-95 in Attleboro, SW Of Boston, Leaves 2 With Life-Threatening Injuries

"And a multi vehicle crash on route 95 in Attleboro. It happened yesterday afternoon on the South bound side. Massachusetts State. Police say two people in one of the vehicles had to be extricated by firefighters and were taken to Rhode Island Hospital. The other crash victims reportedly suffered non life threatening injuries. The crash is under investigation. A second earthquake has

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No Betty's Angels Restaurant Day this year in North Attleboro, southwest of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

No Betty's Angels Restaurant Day this year in North Attleboro, southwest of Boston

"Restaurants in the North Attleboro area will not be participating in a popular fundraiser state. Rep. Bette Porter was forced to cancel her annual fundraiser Betty's Angels restaurant Day this year due to the pandemic. Dozens of restaurants normally donate a portion of their proceeds on a chosen day toe, Leonard's food pantry Warrior says, because eateries air hurting this year she did. Sided, not toe hold the restaurant day. Instead, she held a food drive in front of town hall over the weekend, and it went much better than expected. The challenge was to build the front end loader. We filled it five times with food for us old pantry as well as taking many generous monetary donations. People are aware of the situation and they're very generous and willing to help people who don't have the same images. They Kevin Tana Close W. Easy, Boston's news radio and it's now

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Two dead in two Boston area stabbings

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Two dead in two Boston area stabbings

"Two fatal stabbings in the region yesterday. First up the VCR. A 24 year old Quincy man was fatally stabbed in Quincy is Wallace in section last night just before 11 Police were called by associates of the victim and found him in a parking lot at the corner of Hancock and Woodbine streets. 24 year old camera and no me of Quincy was taken to Boston Medical Center but did not survive. Norfolk, D a. Michael Morrissey said they know there were witnesses to what he called a brief altercation and he is asking them to come forward. Earlier in the day, a woman was fatally stabbed in Attleboro just before 4 P.m.. Att. Six LeRoi Street 28 year old Kimberly do Feli of Attleboro was rushed the sturdy Memorial Hospital where she was later pronounced dead. A 20 year old woman, also injured during the incident, was treated for minor injuries and has since been released. There were no other injuries and addle borrow. Police say they do not have a suspect or a person of interest at the moment,

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Boston - Investigation underway after 2 women stabbed, 1 fatally in Attleboro

WBZ Morning News

00:08 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Investigation underway after 2 women stabbed, 1 fatally in Attleboro

"At a a home home in in Attleboro Attleboro yesterday yesterday after after Wild Wild scene. scene. One One woman woman has has died. died. One One remains remains hospitalized. hospitalized. Police Police

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Boston - No Arrests Made In Attleboro Stabbing That Left Woman Dead

WBZ Morning News

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - No Arrests Made In Attleboro Stabbing That Left Woman Dead

"On Leroy Street, 28 year old Kimberly Do Feli. Rushed to sturdy Memorial Hospital. She was pronounced dead. The second woman stabbed remains hospitalized. No arrests have been made back in February of

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Boston - Massachusetts Pot Shops Reopen, Customers Line Up For Curbside Marijuana Pickup

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Massachusetts Pot Shops Reopen, Customers Line Up For Curbside Marijuana Pickup

"Nova farms is the first recreational pot shop in Attleboro and before they opened at ten Monday morning they had nearly three hundred orders CEO Derek Ross says it's definitely an underserved area there's not another dispensary near us you know the closest ones in fall river mass and that's an inconvenience for adult cannabis users and in the Commonwealth here especially in Bristol county but Ross says that's not the only thing that distinguishes them you know we have the largest outdoor grow on the east coast right now it's a sun grown farm and in the Berkshires and it allows us to cultivate cannabis a lot cheaper than anybody else in the state right now for now everyone has to pre order for curbside pickup and can only use a debit card and of course everybody in the vehicle has to be twenty one plus in Attleboro Suzanne's house bill WBZ Boston news

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Troopers chase suspected car thieves across Seattle

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Troopers chase suspected car thieves across Seattle

"Service another high speed chase on interstate five last night through Seattle police had their guns drawn after the driver crashed a stolen car into a light pole on the off ramp to south Attleboro the passenger tried to run but was caught and then surrendered police say one of the women in the car was wanted on a misdemeanor

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Boston: Man dies in apparent meth lab explosion at Norton apartment

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Boston: Man dies in apparent meth lab explosion at Norton apartment

"Man is dead after an explosion at a Norton apartment WBZ TV's Paul Burton has more I heard the noise that woke me up and then you could hear the fire alarm going off police say when they arrived the man had already fled the scene a short time later emergency crews responded to a home on pike Avenue in Attleboro for a man who's experiencing medical issues turns out it was the same man was involved in the explosion he was taken to sturdy hospital where he was pronounced dead investigators say the damage was caused by what appeared to be an explosion from a meth lab operation

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Boston: Man Dies After Apparent Meth Lab Explosion In Norton

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Boston: Man Dies After Apparent Meth Lab Explosion In Norton

"A man is dead after an explosion it is Norton apartment the police believe was caused by a meth lab the man who lived in the apartment fled the scene but was located later in north Attleboro the man was taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries police responded to an explosion on faith way around one o'clock this morning they found a damaged apartment but no fire the building was quickly evacuated there were no other reported injuries the investigation is

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Attleboro Man Accused Of Kidnapping, Raping Disabled Woman

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Attleboro Man Accused Of Kidnapping, Raping Disabled Woman

"Police in Attleboro arresting a sixty three year old man facing numerous charges Steven Rogers of Attleboro according to a witness forcing a disabled woman into his van driving her to riverfront drive yesterday morning where he allegedly assaulted her Rogers charged with kidnapping and rape the victim treated at a local

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NH Man Pleads Guilty To Double-Voting, Loses Right In His State

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

NH Man Pleads Guilty To Double-Voting, Loses Right In His State

"The New Hampshire attorney general's office says a man accused the voting in the state after voting in Massachusetts during the November twenty sixteen general election has pleaded guilty eighty one year old Charles card here of Madison New Hampshire has lost his right to vote in New Hampshire Carty was arrested last year and charged with knowingly casting ballots in both Madison New Hampshire and Attleboro Massachusetts he pleaded guilty in Carroll County Superior Court on Friday he was sentenced to sixty days in jail all suspended for one year on the condition of his good behavior he also was fined over a thousand

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El Chapo's ex-assistant describes drug lord's lavish lifestyle

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 4 years ago

El Chapo's ex-assistant describes drug lord's lavish lifestyle

"A man is being treated after a shooting on the Cambridge Somerville town line and happened last night around eight o'clock the condition that identity of the victim is not known. We'll keep you updated throughout the morning. A former chiropractor from north Attleboro is sentenced to time behind bars for salting, one of his employees. Sixty four year old Eugene will let we'll serve ten months in jail after he pled guilty to striking a female employee on the head last year. The state board of registered chiropractors revoked will let slice. Scence in July. Paul Manafort is denying reports that he met with WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange months before he was named President Trump's campaign manager, this comes after the special counsel alleged that Manafort had violated his plea agreement by lying to investigators. We get more from correspondent, Paula Reid. He's now facing the rest of his life in prison. He's nearly seventy years old and between these charges that are likely to be refiled. And it's convictions from the summer he faces decades in prison. Luckily, the only thing that will keep them from spending the rest of his life in prison is a presidential pardon New York. Congressman Jerry Nadler, the likely incoming chairman of the House Judiciary committee Orrin last night on CNN at the president even dangling a pardon for Manafort would fortify a claim or a charge of obstruction of Justice. The president threatening to slash all federal subsidies to General Motors because of its plan to cut some fifteen thousand jobs, the president unloaded on Twitter yesterday hours after GM announced it would shutter for US plants and one in Canada, the president tweeting that his administration. Is looking at cutting all GM subsidies, including for electric

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In final letter, McCain says he "lived and died a proud American"

WBZ Afternoon News

01:20 min | 4 years ago

In final letter, McCain says he "lived and died a proud American"

"In Washington lawmakers from both parties along with, the American Legion demanded it and now President Trump has once again lower the White House flag and. Ordered all flags lowered in honor of the. Late Senator John McCain in a. Statement the president says despite their differences he respects McCain service to the country the. Late Senator left behind a posthumous. Letter it was just going to be a briefing on the, arrangements, for the salute and services but John McCain had one more message I. Lived and died a proud American. Family spokesman Rick Davis read a final, letter the Zona Republican left behind Americans never quit we. Never surrender we never hide from history we. Make history McCain, also, warned against confusing tribalism with patriotism noting this. Is a country built on an idea not blood and soil. Davis says McCain's body will lie in state, Wednesday at the. Arizona capitol which will remain open. As long as people Line I'm warning eleven. And there are emotional tributes already to, the Senator on the Senate floor this afternoon majority, leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate, will never be the same one of the very honest gentleman, with whom I've had the honor to serve We will not forget him I considered are privileged to return some small share of the love the John. Poured out for this

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U.S. strike allegedly kills senior ISIS commander in Afghanistan

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. strike allegedly kills senior ISIS commander in Afghanistan

"Now Afghan and US officials say a US strike in eastern Afghanistan Has killed a senior Islamic state commander we have more from CBS's. Map piper the head of ISIS in Afghanistan Abu saieed or a cause.' also, known as sad our hobby was killed along. With ten other fighters in an airstrike in eastern Afghanistan the US forces in Afghanistan says it launched the strike Saturday that quote targeted. A senior leader of the terrorist, organization as ISIS has lost its foothold in both Iraq and Syria the US military increase the. Number of air strikes that conducts in

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Male Frogs Sing to Impress Female Frogs

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:30 min | 4 years ago

Male Frogs Sing to Impress Female Frogs

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