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"Have seemed to drive things up that came along with that brisk breeze yesterday afternoon and we'll have plenty of blue this guy to go around for today. You're full forward day forecast coming up in just a few minutes, right after traffic on the threes that General Services Administration GS, giving the long awaited okay for the bar. Didn't transition team to get to work before they take office in January. Biden camp will be a flurry of activity now that the Trump Administration has agreed to begin the transition to President elect Joe Biden. Weeks after the election and court challenges. CBS is Natalie brand at the White House and Twitter. President. Trump indicated he supports the GSA's decision. But he's still not conceding. The president says his fight continues, and he says he believes he will prevail. As Corona virus cases skyrocket. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz urges residents to follow coronavirus protocol. Our numbers are unrelenting. In our hospitalizations. You've seen records set in terms of cases. Hospitalizations, ICUs and then unfortunately, death cameras clicked away. As Pope Francis Welcome to Group of NBA players to the Vatican, saying he supports their work on behalf of Social justice. CBS News BRIEF I'm Jennifer Keiper, Taking a look now at the latest covert 19 numbers here in Massachusetts, 1785 new covert cases reported an 18 more deaths. 922 covert patients currently in the hospital and 204 individuals remain in the ICU. Total confirmed covert cases here in the Bay State since the beginning. The pandemic now standing at 8, 201,035 and estimated active cases now, 40,202 the seven day positivity raid 3.6%. Coming up in just a few minutes. We'll tell you all about the wonderful holiday gift drive. Stay with us. But right now back to the roads we go. It is 5 33 traffic and weather together, starting with.
"bay state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With their covert 19 vaccine. More battleground states expected to certify voting results this week on the presidential election. Tomorrow. President elect Joe Biden making more announcements for his Cabinet secretary of State pick expected to be long time diplomat Tony Blinken. It is 8 46 health experts are concerned that Cove in 19 cases could be surging. Millions of Americans are expected to ignore warnings and travel to see loved ones. This Thanksgiving. CBS is Lilia Luciano, saying Friday and Saturday. We're two of the busiest days. At the nation's airports since the start of the pandemic, America's refusing to let the covert crisis grand them packing airports across the country. Despite the CDC is plea to stay at home. I get it, but it's Thanksgiving on people want to be with their families. Two million passengers took flights so far this weekend. This behavior worries Washington Governor Jay Insley. We have to understand that the house is on fire right now. Deaths are now climbing and 43 States and Puerto Rico hospitalizations are at a record high and jumping in every state. And on Friday, the number of travelers screened at airport security checkpoints in the United States topped one million for only the second time since March. They're still doing the detective work in Springfield, trying to track down the source of a second Corona virus outbreak at a local hospital. The story from WBC's John Bay back hundreds of people remain in quarantine this weekend awaiting the results of covert 19 testing that infected so far 16 staff members and four patients at Bay State Medical Center. Tomorrow. Carol Act, the president of Bay State Health, says there may be a few more cases coming out of that testing. The doctor says that they have done deep cleaning at the facility. And there is no more evidence that there has been any additional transmission. The doctor not identifying the unit yet, nor is there any official word as to where the original source came from. In the Springfield bureau. John Bay Back WBZ Boston's news radio, the leaders of the world's most powerful nations, vowing to ensure affordable access to covert vaccines to people around the world as they wrapped up the G 20 summit. A two day meeting held virtually focused on the battling of the Corona virus and supporting the global economy as it suffers from a pandemic that has killed over 1.3 million people and plunged millions more into poverty. At 8 48 a plea from Georgia Governor Brian Camper, urging people through social media to wear masks and take other precautions to stop the spread of covert 19 year still facing down a once in a century pandemic, and we have to remain vigilant if possible, consider options for gathering virtually or limiting your holiday gatherings toe. Only a few people within the same household and like so many governors camp is seeing a significant surge in Georgia and is also sounding the Alarm on any large gatherings for Thanksgiving..
Boston - 2,991 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Massachusetts, 19 additional deaths
"The latest covert 19 numbers impacting the Bay State 2991 newly confirmed cases and 19 additional deaths that nearly 3000 new covert cases reported, is a second highest daily total ever here in Massachusetts, the highest Was 3079 cases back on April 23rd total number of covert cases since the beginning of a covert pandemic is now 3 197,029 with an estimated 37,328 active cases right now, and total number of deaths 10,257 the 70 positivity rate that's now at 3.21% nearly 900 covert 19 patients currently in the hospital and 187 people. Still fighting for their lives in the ICU
Massachusetts Reports 2,991 New COVID Cases, 19 Additional Deaths
"Latest covert numbers here in Massachusetts, 2991 new confirmed cases and 19 additional fatalities. Now, the nearly 3000 new cases just reported, is the second highest daily total ever here in the Bay State. The highest was 3000 and 79 cases back on April
Boston - Massachusetts Produced Record-Low 3 Unhealthy Air Days In 2020
"Had just three unhealthy ozone days during the 2020 monitoring season that just ended. That's actually the fewest since monitoring began back in the 19 seventies that Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection says all three unhealthy air days occurred in late July and affected areas, especially along the South Coast, Cape Cod and the islands. Theo agency says the rest of the Bay State experience no unhealthy air days during the ozone monitoring season, which runs from March through seven. Member Ozone is produced when heat and sunlight react with air pollutants and can often times cause respiratory problems and other challenges. The
"bay state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The space station a decade ago and says In some ways, Space X is more technologically advanced than NASA. Because it's able to move more quickly. The station is getting better all I wants a better but more advanced and its technology all the time. There's a lot more computing power. There's a lot more capability up there, but sometimes things move a little bit more slowly in the station world than they have in the Space X and the other new vehicle World launch time said tonight for 7:27 P.m.. Massachusetts health officials reporting more than 2800 new coronavirus cases 27 additional deaths in their latest 24 hour reporting period. This is the fifth straight day where New cases surpassed 2000 the seven day average positivity rate a little over 3% 2nd day in a row. We've seen that in the last time that happened. Was in June. There are about 29,000 active cases off coronavirus at this time in Massachusetts since the start of the outbreak. 10,065 people in the Bay State have died more than 180,000 have been infected in Cohasset police breaking up a big party violating the state's Over 19 gathering restrictions. Least say about 20 miners were at a House party on Jerusalem Road. They were found inside a small enclosed indoor area, exceeding the 10 person indoor gathering limit and also Violating social distance saying face covering protocols. And when police arrived, well, you know what the kids did, they took off homeowners were hit with a $500 fine. The Cohasset school district has been notified, and they're taking steps to protect students and staff. From covert 19 exposure. 707 to Wall Street now into business with Bloomberg has new video game consoles debuted with this fall from Sony. Hastings and Microsoft, something new is also coming to several of the most hotly anticipated video games. Higher prices for the first time in 15 years, publishers are pushing.
Massachusetts Reports Over 2800 New COVID Cases, 27 Additional Deaths
"Massachusetts health officials reporting more than 2800 new coronavirus cases 27 additional deaths in their latest 24 hour reporting period. This is the fifth straight day where New cases surpassed 2000 the seven day average positivity rate a little over 3% 2nd day in a row. We've seen that in the last time that happened. Was in June. There are about 29,000 active cases off coronavirus at this time in Massachusetts since the start of the outbreak. 10,065 people in the Bay State have died more than 180,000 have been infected
As COVID Cases Grow, Maine Reinstates Travel Restrictions For Massachusetts
"Meantime, no longer exempt from Maine travel restrictions Governor General Mills office advising anyone from the Bay State will need to have proof of a negative covert tests with in 72 hours of arrival or quarantine in the pine trees, fate for 14 days. New Hampshire and Vermont still exempt from Mainz travel restrictions.
"bay state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A crashed mid afternoon, NBC's Amy Powell chopper was attempting to land on a hill, a pet when firefighters arrived. The pilot had already freed himself from the wreckage. He was placed on a gurney and hospitalized for treatment of minor injuries. The two passengers onboard, apparently did not complain of any injuries and declined treatment. No one else was injured at the hospital says the incident had no impact on patient and that heart managed to be safely transplanted. Last night. A reminder as you're heading out to enjoy this spectacular weekend weather throughout the Bay State where a mask even when you can maintain social distancing new restrictions put in place by Governor Baker. Going into effect yesterday. Stay home between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m.. Unless you're off to work or to maybe pick up some groceries, restaurants, gyms, casinos, liquor stores, others must close their doors by 9:30 P.m.. Restaurants can continue takeout in delivery services, though, after 9 30 Governor Baker announcing that the state will begin using a new method to assess Corona virus transmission rates in communities. The change aimed a keeping students in schools, WDC TVs and a radio Rodriguez. The new guidelines call for all districts to prioritize in person learning unless there's in school transmission schools in red communities should implement. Hybrid models. Aaron Perillo second grader, is a student in Billerica. Public schools, blah. Erica's in the red for his family. Remote learning works right now they're not comfortable sending her bath. One of the things that we were hoping is by deciding to stay home that you know for the families that need To have some structure that allows their kids to be somewhere else. Maybe that opens up a spot for them. Then there are the health concerns related to Children not being in school like weight gain, depression and anxiety. Medical experts We spoke to say each family has a unique set of circumstances, and the best way to keep kids healthy is to stick to a routine. There are about 450,000 public school students in Massachusetts. This past week, school district's reported 154 cases.
Election Day 2020: Rick Davis
"Joining us live is Bloomberg's Rick Davis, partner at Stone Court Capital has run a good number of campaigns, including John McCain's 2008 Rick Again. Thank you so much for joining us. My pleasure. Yeah, The Democrats seem focused on Pennsylvania Joe Biden yesterday back again today, Camilla Harris today saying it be decided they're Biden claims it's his first home. Polling has been good. But now the NBC Marist poll today shows it tightening. Where does this stand? Well, it's on the horse race side. You can't tell, but it's been a very stable election. Even in Pennsylvania, Biden held the lead anywhere from 4 to 10 points, depending on which poll and at what point in this campaign. But that's the nature of this campaign is so unusual is how little has really changed lately. I mean, when you were tracking polls and you're only you know, seeing Ah pointer to tightening or loosening in the course of an election. It shows you a very stable electric. In other words, people have made up their minds and we've seen in the last month. People are voting in record numbers during these early votes, And so my guess is Pennsylvania. I would say. Friends toward Biden because he's never been behind in any public or private survey I've seen, but you know, we're see what happens on Election Day. Yeah, Also Florida I mean, for the most part of Florida Early on, and who knows early eyes? It goes for for Biden. They're saying that it's over. Yeah. If Florida goes for Biden, there's really no way for Donald Trump. To find a path to victory mean Biden start with some of the Trump states that he won before pretty much in Hiss. Calm. Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin. These are all states that Biden is right now tracking an almost 10 in some cases, 12 points. So you take those states away from Donald Trump. And he can't afford to lose those Bay States and the biggest one that he Has in play 29 electoral votes is Florida now have the two things have the pollsters learned anything since 2016 number one and have the Democrats learned anything since 2016 I'll take the last one. First. What the Democrats learned is that they needed to pick their spots as to where they need to win in orderto get the necessary electoral votes and And Hillary Clinton's campaign spread themselves all over states that were completely unnecessary. They had people in Arizona and other places the week before the election thinking we're going to turn Red States blue. What? What Joe Biden has shown is the discipline to park himself. As you said earlier in Pennsylvania, every surrogate he has in the country was in there today. And he's planted a flag. If I win Pennsylvania, I win the presidency and I'm fighting here. And he has Ah, just in just in the past hour in campaigning, talking to young talking to students, saying that they that they are the key. I mean, the Democrats have needed, you know, asking that question to motivate young voters. Michelle Obama's been beating this drum now since Since 2016 the young have to be showing up. Are we seeing that they will Yeah, There are record turnouts bank on Which state you're talking about in Pennsylvania is one of them where under 25 8. Voters are starting to show up in much bigger numbers than they did in 2016. Now whether or not that follows on Election day. These are all the early voters that we can track. But if that follows up on Election Day, the young voters could actually make a big impact on the state like Pennsylvania. OK, let's and and the presidency, of course, is what everybody focuses on the most for very good reason. But But let's let's look at the Senate here. I mean, if you're a Democrat, and you're looking at this, you're saying, Wow, we have a really good shot that this could flip. Yeah, His Senate is ah, Titan. There's no question about that. Republicans have probably five or six states where they have likely swings to the Democratic side, potentially. And they only have one pickup in in in. Ah, Alabama. What is interesting? State toe Watch is Georgia. Not only do you have a Senate race up for grabs, But you have a special election for a senator to Senate seats up in Georgia this year. And Georgia has a funky law where you have to get over 50% of the vote, or you go to a runoff. And at this point, neither one of the incumbent Republicans there look like they're going to be able to get to 50%. So you could have the control. The Senate decided months later in a special election on top of the special elections you already have? Yeah, possibly in in January. Now now vote counting. Of course, you know, we hoped to see something tomorrow probably won't. But the president has said that he may claim victory on on election night anyway, both sides of lawyered up. This could be a mess as well. I don't want to be negative, Bob, but but this could be a mess. Well, The good news is states run their elections and so unless they decide to defer to the president states, which would be extraordinary, right? No, no state Tends to do that voluntarily, then they're going to count at their own pace. In fact, we've never had an election where the actual elections certifications. We're on election night. They always take days later. In order to facilitate all the ballot collection and count all the ballots, And then the state certifies. There's there. It just simply doesn't happen on election night in any election we've ever had. And so I think that most of the states if their discipline and they follow their own rules, they'll pay no attention to the president's protestations. He did this in 2018 during the Florida governor's race where he said, Oh, you know, all the votes were counted, and we ought to just move on. We're Yeah, we're going to have to leave it there. Thank you so much and will watch for you and David and Jeannie. With our special election coverage
1,488 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Massachusetts, 23 additional deaths
"Covert 19 numbers here in Massachusetts. Positive cases remain over 1000 for the seventh consecutive day, In fact, 1488 cases reported yesterday. By the Department of Public Health Total confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic here in the Bay State 153,229 23 new deaths also reported yesterday, bringing that total to 9750. Among those confirmed cases. Meanwhile, 571 people currently hospitalized and 106 people are still in the I. C U
California prosecutors again seek death for Scott Peterson
"Prosecutors in one of California's most sensational murder cases say they will again seek the death penalty for Scott Peterson, convicted in 2005 of murdering his pregnant wife, Lacey. Eight months pregnant, stumping the bodies in San Francisco Bay. State Supreme Court throughout Peterson's death sentence in August, but upheld his conviction. In October, The justices ordered a lower courts to conduct a hearing on whether Peterson's conviction should also be overturns because of alleged juror misconduct.
Boston - Massachusetts Reports 235 New Coronavirus Cases, 9 Additional Deaths
"Department of Health and released any information over the weekend, so it's cumulative when it is released on Monday. The death toll in Rhode Island now, unfortunately, is over 2075 people and the known cases so far 23,130, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health. If you crossed the line into Massachusetts, the department of Public Health they're reported an additional nine covert 19 deaths 235 new cases in the Bay State. The confirmed cases in Massachusetts now stands at 123,139. Unfortunately, the number of confirmed deaths in Massachusetts 9000 and
"bay state" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Danger for higher elevations about the 1000 ft. So a red flag warning and effect for the North Bay Mountains and Eastbay Hills until a M today due to dry and dusty offshore wind So since midnight this morning looking at winds gusting up to 40 to 50 MPH up in the higher elevations, so concerned for us For sure. Also low relative humidity, values and very dry conditions out there so looking at that high fire danger for higher elevations and also looking at a smoky start to our day, so those hazy skies for sure. Once again we also have this clouds this morning and a spare the air alert that remains in effect. Going a record 23 days in a row with spare the air alert for the Bay Area with unhealthy air quality Because of that smoke temperature's a little bit cooler. So we are looking at a Parady is too low nineties inland around the bay mid to upper sixties to limit seventies and along the coast in the mid sixties, a little bit cooler as we had through the rest of the week. By the way, just took a look at the latest numbers from the top of Mount ST Helene A. Where Winds were gusting to over 50 miles an hour around three o'clock this morning. Now the peat guys here around 30 Miles an hour. You can just kind of see the wind speed ratcheting down bit by bit that dry northerly wind, But boy, talk about dry. Current relative humidity atop Mount ST Helene. A 10% now down, obey level. Obviously, we have a much different situation, Traffic and weather together on the eights on all news, one of 69 and Am 7 40 KCBS. An East Bay State assemblywoman hopes to turn her newborn babies. 15 minutes of fame into atleast 13 weeks of paid family leave for every American worker. KCBS.
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"Futterman in Los Angeles, a political earthquake in Massachusetts For the first time in the Bay State. Kennedy loses a primary Joe Kennedy, the third being defeated by the incumbent, Ed Markey, Kennedy conceded last night, Senator He's a good man. You have never heard me say otherwise. It was difficult at times between us. Good elections often get heated. Marquis, a graceful winner. I look forward to talking with Congressman Kennedy and working with him to make the lasting meaningful change. And I know that we're both committed to schools across the country are facing Covad 19 outbreaks reporter Andrea Lucia of Katie, VT. In Laredo, Texas. Fifth graders at Indian Springs Middle School had only three days of school before the district announced the entire class of 145 students and their teachers. Would have to stay at home. There is a surge of covert 19 in Europe. CBS's Charlie Diga has details. Hardest hit. Spain has seen a huge spike in new cases 57,000 in the past week, even outpacing the United States. France up to hinting at another nationwide lock down a European surge stretching to Russia, which surpassed one million cases President Trump coming under some criticism yesterday. For defending Kyle Riton house. He's the 17 year old charged in the shooting death of two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. CBS's Debra Alfa Room. President. Trump has suggested that Rittenhouse may have acted in self defense and in a recent interview with Fox News He compared the shooting of Jacob Blake to a missed golf pot They choke just like in a golf tournament. They missed a 3 ft and comparing it to golf because, of course, that's what the media I'm saying. People chose. Joe Biden is raking in the cash, boosted in part by the Democratic Convention here. CBS's Bo Erickson Joe Biden Fundraising in August is expected to be more than $300 million. Setting a new monthly record for presidential fund raising two sources familiar with the Democratic nominees. Fundraising efforts told CBS News. High level changes are taking place at Fort Hood in Texas. Here's CBS's Maria via Riel, Fort Hood senior officer Major General Scott F. Latin being pushed aside comes as several high level investigations are underway. Since March, At least 10 soldiers have been found dead, including Vanessa Gideon, who was murdered in April. Serena is in but Venus is out this after the Williams sisters first round matches at the US Open tennis tournament. Serena won, but Venus lost. Meanwhile, the men's top seed Novak Djokovic, said to play his second round match later today. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS.
Ed Markey beats Joe Kennedy III in Massachusetts Senate primary
"Shockwaves in Massachusetts on Tuesday as a Kennedy loses a Democratic primary in the Bay State for the first time. Joe Kennedy, the third, losing two incumbent Ed Markey in their race for the U. S Senate. I look forward to talking with Congressman Kennedy and working with him to make the lasting meaningful change. And I know that we're both committed to Marquis is favored to win In November,
Boston - Massachusetts reports 421 new COVID cases, 12 more coronavirus deaths
"Taking a look now at the latest covert 19 numbers here in Massachussets total confirmed cases since the beginning of the outbreak. 118,309 421 new cases were added yesterday and 12 new fatalities. Current death toll from confirmed cases of covert 19 here in the Bay State right now, 8803. Meanwhile, 305 people are currently hospitalized in 62. People remain in the I C u
Boston - Woman Becomes Second EEE Case In Massachusetts This Year
"A second case of Tripoli in the Bay State found in western Massachusetts and Hampden County. Ah, woman in her sixties infected with the disease state announcing it is raising the risk level of Tripoli to critical In Wilbraham, the first reported case of Tripoli was a boy in Middleborough. Last year, there were 12 reported cases of eastern equine encephalitis. Six
Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge
"Boston wrapping up week one of Phase three for the city. So far so good, But Mayor Marty Walsh still wants more testing. We have expanded testing to this point. It is widely available all across our city is in more than 20 locations and mobile testing sites. And I just want to urge everyone Please go get a test on hesitate. The mayor is also reiterating, Please, where a mask and some state lawmakers are proposing fines for those who don't wear a face mask or who don't self quarantine W B C streams. RoHaas joins us now live and he tells us a concern is a second worst surge of covert 19 cases. Good morning. Good morning, So state representative John Santiago knows Massachusetts continues moving in the right direction. But the rest of the country isn't looking too good. The lawmaker and E R doctor is releasing a five point plan to prevent a second surge that includes a $100 fine for those not wearing a face mask and a fine of 1000 bucks for those who enter the Bay State and refused to self quarantine for 14 days. How do we Prevent a second search from happening, and that's the way I'm looking at this not just from the land as a legislator of someone who represent parts of Boston, but also one of them, the E R doctor who has worked every week. In the hospital from day one of the surged onto our red right now and Salo, the pain, the grief and loss of life, Santiago speaking Tio Dan Ray, he's introduced a bill that would mandate face coverings and self quarantine. It would also prioritized testing for those most at risk and for safety protocols that businesses and better fund local boards of health.
Massachusetts Coronavirus: 7,800 deaths, 106,650 total cases
"Taking a look now at the latest corporate nineteen numbers here in Massachusetts there are now a total of a hundred and six thousand six hundred and fifty positive cases of the virus two hundred and twenty eight new cases were added yesterday thirty new for tallies also reported seventy eight hundred people have now lost their lives here in the bay state meanwhile nearly one thousand people are currently
Boston Businesses Eager And Ready To Reopen For Phase Two On Monday
"Businesses are very eager and ready to re open for phase two starting tomorrow June eighth but as WBZ TV's Paul Burton explains to us new guidelines may still be putting the squeeze on small business those whose modern Japanese owner Jack Wong listen closely to the governor and he made his announcement we're itching we can't wait to get back he's the cleaning and prepping his popular restaurant in Boston for weeks for staying busy with take out orders but this is his customers and does and your dining will be a little later in phase two I'm ready to go weeks ago now he just have to follow the rules governor Baker stresses Corbett nineteen is still with us which is why businesses are part of the phase two re opening play a major role in helping to reduce the spread of the virus buy a hearing closely to the CDC guidelines in being extra vigilant clean clean the stores repainted with clean carpets and clean all of the top spots and we can do as much business as possible to try to just catch up after being closed for so long and and welcome everybody back in a positive manner one meal one outfit one customer at a time the first part of phase two tomorrow will be allowing for outdoor dining and restaurants also allowing retail stores along with day camps pulls preventative medical services launching and child care to reopen as long as they meet safety guidelines at all times laid out by the bay state
Boston - Gov. Baker offers new outline on phase 2 of Massachusetts reopening plan
"Daily coronavirus briefing on Friday governor Baker laying out the plans for re opening restaurants in the bay state starting with outdoor dining then moving to endorse the plans are a part of phase two of re opening which can start as early as June eighth but that date is not set in stone we get more now from WBZ TV's Michael cross governor says they'll be tracking corona virus data from June first until June six before they give the official starting date all the phase two and when it does begin patios will be allowed to fill up once again for restaurants outdoor dining will begin at the start of phase two restaurants in Massachusetts are getting closer to welcoming back customers to dine on site in phase two of governor Charlie Baker's re opening process our public health the experts will continue to carefully monitor the data between the first and the sixth of June in order to determine when exactly phase two should start the administration is releasing details to allow restaurants restaurants to to prepare prepare their their staff staff to to follow follow new new safety safety protocols protocols Frank Frank Sinatra Sinatra said said he he did did it it his his way way okay okay we're we're gonna gonna do do it it the the right right way way in in the the safe safe way way first first today's today's guidelines are just what north end restaurant owner Nick Varano wanted to hear he's excited the state is working to streamline the process for restaurants to offer outdoor dining the idea of getting started with that is unbelievable it's gonna be a fun experience right you walk at the end of the street you get see people dying in the ability music an exact re opening date for restaurants is still unclear but many are already preparing great that I'm so blessed you know so blessed to be here and went through Martim vas was owner of la siesta in Winthrop says his loyal customers or still supporting them through take out he's thrilled their patio though will soon be another option for diners it will be a big a big help and it would be great for our customers you know to keep you know to start coming in you know that little by little and one outdoor Johnny does begin the tables will have to be six feet apart and initially they'll only be six people allowed at a table
Mass. Reports 76 New Coronavirus Deaths and 773 New Cases
"Well some good signs and the ongoing fight against the corona virus here in Massachusetts they daily count of new code nineteen cases continues a downward trend seven hundred and seventy three new cases reported yesterday and there were also seventy six newly reported fatalities on both of those daily counts are down from the daily numbers we saw last week so far more than ninety one thousand people have tested positive here in the bay state more than sixty three hundred people here in Massachusetts have now lost their lives since the start of the outbreak
Boston - Plane With 91,000 Pounds Of PPE Lands in New Hampshire
"Massachusetts now has more than twenty five thousand coronavirus cases jumping more than two thousand and a twenty four hour period the state department of public health latest numbers released last hour show seventy new desks totaling seven hundred fifty six lives lost here in the bay state and a huge shipment of personal protective equipment has landed in New Hampshire from China ninety one thousand pounds of P. P. E. is being picked up by National Guard troops for distribution to hospitals around the granite
"bay state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mostly cloudy right now in Boston were thirty six degrees but it feels more like twenty five out there it's six o'clock good Friday evening on Nicole Davis and here's what's happening they're skittish day on Wall Street wrapping up a pretty painful week for the markets Dow Jones at a wrapping up today down three hundred and fifty seven points the S. and P. five hundred down about twenty five the nasdaq up slightly just about one all this thanks of course to the coronavirus and investors worried about just how badly it's affecting business market watcher gene Peroni says there is a chance though this sell off could be coming to an end looks like this week's decline might be at least to some degree baking and some of the anticipated impact on the economy you will get a closer look just ahead coming up at six await in Bloomberg business in Washington today though some Democrats are firing back after White House officials argue the press is typing this all up Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer releasing a statement saying quote for Mick Mulvaney to suggest that Americans turned off their TV's and bury their heads in the sand when they're worried about a global health pandemic is Orwellian counterproductive dangerous and would be repeating China's mistake end quote Schumer's comments came in response to acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney saying the press is now covering corona virus because they think it will bring the president down in as delegates here ABC news on Capitol Hill now here in Massachusetts that public health department says it's not receiving the go ahead to start testing for the virus I got that approval today from the FDA doctors here in the bay state of patients who showed symptoms consistent with cobit nineteen can I contact the DPH and get authorization to start those testing our start that testing rather is Kevin Cranston he's the assistant commissioner of the public health department he says the risk here is still low we will consider the risk of transmission of the virus associated with code nineteen to be low in Massachusetts we can say this because we have had only a single case of the disease talking I didn't have to choose from a traveler who had been in the affected region of China on that individual has substantially recovered health officials say it's important to keep things in perspective here protect yourself like you would from the flu by washing your hands using hand sanitizer and sneezing into your elbow.
"bay state" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Square and Kelly square for the funeral of firefighter lieutenant Jason Minard Kevin burning WBZ's traffic on the three now it's time for the four day WBZ accu weather forecast with us for a live now meteorologist Kerry Swindon hammering Kerry it's gonna be a wet afternoon it is gonna be a wet afternoon and a cold one at that periods of rain at coastal flood advisory goes into effect by the way around two PM our high this afternoon thirty five inland forty to downtown realfeel temperatures mainly in the twenties and lower thirties it'll be brisk and cold tonight with rain possibly mixing with some sleet and freezing on some services well inland both my thirty five to thirty eight near the city close to the freezing well inland and a few leftover showers of rain possibly mix was sleet and snow for Tuesday morning clouds breaking for some sun in the afternoon not as cold high forty two inland forty eight downtown still chilly with clouds and a shower possible on Wednesday high forty four mainly sunny Thursday high forty nine I thank you weather meteorologist Kerry she wanted hammer WBZ Boston's news radio and steady rain right now in Salem at thirty six degrees were thirty eight in Springfield forty six on the Cape in Falmouth right now in Boston the rain is moving in and were thirty five degrees only one thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from the high cost of elder care plan ahead my friends at the Commonwealth advisory group can help one eight hundred seven oh five fourteen fifteen to set up a no stress consultation as twelve twenty five time for doing the business watching shares of Danvers based LBO met after results presented at the American heart association meeting yesterday showed use of the company's key heart pump in Pella was associated with higher rates of adverse events and costs Novartis said an analysis of the phase three clinical trial of it's interesting heart failure treatment showed greater benefits in certain groups interest demonstrated reduced risk in total heart failure hospitalizations and cardiovascular death in women compared to men Novartis has significant operations in the bay state and HP's board unanimously rejecting Xerox holdings unsolicited takeover proposal saying the twenty two dollar a share offer is too low and citing concerns about the smaller Connecticut based rivals prospects in the printing industry I'm bloomers care in Moscow with New England business on WBZ Boston's news radio.
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"Away. We talked a little bit about this on Friday. But man, the state of Rhode Island and particularly the city of Pawtucket. It's gonna be really watching this closely Brian Amaral in the pro Josette Massachusetts is quote, working to establish a dialogue with Hasbro as they tuck it based children's toy maker and entertainment company makes a decision on its headquarters. How soon they're going to make that decision is up in the air, though, state's office of business development is trying to establish talks as it regularly. Does it says with businesses both in and outside the Commonwealth that may benefit from learning. More about. The many opportunities to grow in Massachusetts. That's what a spokesperson had to say on Friday, Massachusetts office of business development as part of the bay state's government that helps business relocating to Massachusetts trying to expand their too. So the outreach was reported by the way in a column in the Boston Globe on Friday. And notice how the globe is starting to get really really involved with Rhode Island politics in Rhode Island news, they are Rhode Island politicians. In the meantime, they've said they're working hard to keep the toy company right here in Rhode Island and in Pawtucket. If we could Governor Raimondo in an interview back on April, the eleventh downplayed concerns about the lack of Hasbro headquarters news saying that she keeps regular touch with Hasbro CEO, Brian golden, so Massachusetts is trying to do away Hasbro man city of Pawtucket. Let's say Pawtucket Red Sox play what season one more season after this one. And then move off to Wooster have driven by Memorial Hospital lately while ghost town. And the building just looks terrible. So city Pawtucket might be getting a trifecta of negativity here. Now, six forty eight back to work for stop and shop workers distracted and yesterday Easter Sunday. How about that? I witnessed news reporter Eric Halpern has the story seven shops stores like this one in east providence scheduled to open up at eight o'clock in the morning, and then be back to regular hours hours pinch change during that strike and workers.
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"Beating is prime party endorsed opponent by a roughly two to one margin. He'll now face Republican Amora in November Republican j McMahon when his party's primary and will challenge democratic attorney general Maura Healey couple of defeats Tuesday for veterans state lawmakers from Boston After fifteen years in the house Jeffrey Sanchez, chairman of the House Ways and means committee lost his reelection bid to nica Gardo and assistant majority leader in the house. Byron rushing lost. The John San Diego rushing was first elected to beacon hill in nineteen eighty two. And Josh no winter. Declared yet in the race for the third congressional district in a democratic primary featuring ten candidates former chief of staff or Boston mayor Marty Walsh, Dan, co and Laurie Trahan are separated by just a few hundred votes too close to call right now with about ninety five percent of the votes counted. All right. Ben, thank you. We're turning to our top story Presley def- Ianna Presley defeated my cap. You wanna when the seventh district congressional race setting yourself out to be the first African American woman to represent the bay state in congress WBZ's Carl Stephens was with Capulet when Somerville the same way that created surprise and races in New York and Florida is apparently sweeping through the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. At least this part of it. We discovered that shortly before nine thirty when ten term congressman Mike cap you wanna conceded. I'm sorry didn't work out. But this is life, and this is okay. America's going to be okay. I had a Presley is going to be a good congresswoman, and I will tell you that Massachusetts will be well served. He concluded his short concession speech by saying you're all welcome to join me in the Caribbean from the Holiday Inn in Somerville. Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Boston city councillor. I Presley was celebrating in Dorchester and said she can't wait to get going to the many families like my own. We grew up feeling like it was us versus the world. That government did a reflect us didn't represent us. An advocate us. Can't wait. Well, have much more coming up on the other primary races around the Commonwealth in just a few minutes, and we'll get a full recap and sports with Adam Kaufman. BBC news time five oh three times to check traffic.
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"Five degrees under cloudy skies in Boston, on this, Thursday August ninth good morning and thanks. For joining us, I'm Josh. Binswanger WBZ news we begin, with the weather heat and humidity will once again be the story for much of the bay state WBZ TV's Daniel Nias joint Danielle Niles joins us now with, a look. Ahead, my, apologies hey Josh we had some thunderstorms. And downpours overnight so still. Some damp roads you can, tell this morning but a lot of us will. Be drying out they'll be some showers and downpours on the Cape through mid. To late morning it's all about the heat again to we have heat advisories in effect for eastern Massachusetts heat in next values in the mid, nineties this afternoon and there'll be a risk of a. Shower or storm an isolated stronger storm is possible localized flooding the primary threat again today and it will. Be dying down I'd say from, like mid afternoon onward with clearing coming, in the evening less, humid air tomorrow which. Will feel nice I think a lot of looking. Forward to that, thanks my friend a full forecast coming up here on WBZ in two. Minutes in Indonesia Lombok was hit by another Earthquake this morning this time of magnitude six this marks the third earthquake in a little over a week causing panic injuries and damage to, buildings and. People, no, deaths reported at this time we spoke. Early this morning with geophysicist. Robert Sanders at the National, Earthquake info center in Colorado the larger aftershocks generally. Happen for a week or two and then as time passes you get less. And less congressman Chris Collins not bowing to pressure to resign following his arrest on insider trading charges the upstate New York congressman saying he will, be fully exonerated when his day in court comes as. I fight to clear my name rest assured I will continue to work hard for the people and constituents. Of the twenty seventh congressional district, of New York and I will remain, on the ballot running, for reelection this November. Collins is out on bail after being arrested yesterday. Prosecutors say he, and his family used inside information from an Australian biotech firm to dodge. Hundreds of thousands of dollars In losses Senior Russian lawmaker calls it a, Lynch law denouncing new US sanctions, against Russia Constantin, Costa chef chairman of the foreign affairs committee in the Russian parliament says. This morning the US is behaving like a. Police state we get more from CBS's major Garrett more than. Four months after accusing the Kremlin of the nerve. Agent attack President Trump will now hit some of the top oligarchs and businesses with close ties to the Russian president only weeks after praising. Vladimir.
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"Officials say all tips will be kept anonymous on. Beacon hill governor Baker signs a Bill raising the legal age, to buy tobacco products. Statewide from eighteen to twenty one and repeals a number of old laws including an abortion ban the tobacco Bill broadens existing prohibitions on public smoking to include. E cigarettes and makes it illegal to, use it in any form on all, school. Grounds the governor also signed the nasty women act which Dan's for negating archaic statutes targeting young. Women saying the repeal was needed to assure abortion remains legal here, in the bay state should a more conservative supreme. Court overturn Roe, v Wade. Massachusetts was one of ten states with Pre row abortion banned still on the books also rescinded were limits on contraception and bans on Daltry and fornication a shooting. Spree at a retirement home near Corpus Christi Texas has left five people dead. Including the shooter police in Rob's town Texas say officers responded to calls about an active shooter at their atomic manor nursing center just. After seven pm, local, time CBS is drew speier has details Found three people dead including the shooter now according to. The city. Secretary to, other victims, were, found in a home belonging to the shooter believed the, shooter killed them at his home I, then went to the nursing, home where he shot. Who others before turning the gun on himself police are calling the. Shootings a murder suicide and they are still investigating WBZ news time. Seven eleven time now for sports Charlie Berge. Run in the, ticket dot com sports studio good morning Charles. Morning art late inning home runs. The difference last night at Fenway Red Sox rally from rundown beat Minnesota four to three down Iran bottom of the ninth. The Red Sox Rafael Devers ties, the game with a. Home run and, then, in, the tenth Mookie Betts ends it with his twenty fifth home run of the season feels good but. You know I gotta get, credited to diverse Got us to that spot We had to pick up Craig there when he came in and. Got us out of that and then right there Theory gave up a. Runner too but we A. Great thickness up and some, opportunity Mckee bats the Red Sox in fact, had a two one lead in the ninth but. Craig, kimbrel unable to pick up his thirty third save twin scored a pair to take three to lead Tyler thornburg pits the tenth. For the Red Sox to get the win, Chris sale started when six held. The twins scoreless struck. Out ten Red Sox begin the day today five up on the Yankees in the east as New York was rained out. Last night at the stadium against Kansas City it is. Day three of training camp for the patriots this morning in Foxborough practice begins at nine fifteen gates open to the public in just about forty five minutes jets rookie quarterback Sam darnold the number three pick overall in the two thousand eighteen NFL draft. Still has not reported to camp Kevin Tway the leader mid the PJ's Canadian Open in Oakville Ontario Tway a thirteen hundred. Part total one better than New England native, Keegan Bradley Who played the last four holes yesterday in six.
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"The bay state ranking number twelve on a list of the best places for retirees but some of the other places might surprise you where would you like to spend your golden years as place to retire is south dakota bank right analysts taylor tepper says it topped a ranking of all fifty states in a number of areas very low tax state it also did really well in being how people feel about themselves how they feel about the community how they feel about their personal relationships their wider social relationships physical health and the only area that south dakota didn't score well and was weather with its long cold winters new york came in dead last for retirees mainly because of the cost of living daria albinger abc news and just ahead the navy is leading its female sailors put their hair up details coming your way in just a few minutes here on wbz hey everybody at steve lyons former big league player in baseball analyst you know lately i've been kicking myself for not trademarking the phrase hey steve nice lettuce because that's all i ever hear from people everywhere i go and why not these the final hair restoration has my hair looking better than it did twenty years ago dr highness and his team are amazing and they'll have you in and out of your procedure in no time all i did was sit back and watch a couple movies well they work their magic hey i know how you feel every morning i used to see more and more of my hair waving goodbye circled the drain in my shower if you have thinning hair or baldness you have choices you can ignore it accept it or over the pros go so when it comes to your looks and your confidence don't wait and don't settle for less than the best do what i did and go where the pros go called hair.
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"Services group home in debt dedham with his caregiver mary mckinnon goldstein's body was later found at a hotel room along route one with no obvious sign of trauma or injury five miles up the road at another hotel norwood police discovered mckinnon's body dead of an apparent suicide the goldstein say they have known mckinnon for many years and that she always took good care of their son wbz news time seven thirty one attorney general maura healey says she is concerned about the plan merger of beth israel deaconess medical center and lahey health in a letter to the states healthcare watchdog healy said the hospital merger could increase the cost of healthcare and threaten access to care especially in low income communities although she did not indicate whether she would take any legal action to try to block the merger healy's comments mark the first time a state official has sounded such a warning over the deel the us attorney for massachusetts appears to be softening his stance toward marijuana use in the bay state wbz's carl stevens has that story us attorney for massachusetts andrew issued a statement regarding recreational marijuana use in massachusetts beginning by saying that while it's legal under state law it is specifically prohibited by federal law he says he's not going to immunize massachusetts residents from federal marijuana enforcement but then comes the part where he appears to be softening his stance saying his office is primarily focused on combating the opioid epidemic and when it comes to cannabis they're going to be most concerned with issues like overproduction sales to minors and organized crime carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty coming up some college bound freshman don't have to do something you probably did we'll explain vc news time seven thirty three time for a check of traffic and weather together.
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"One orlando's morning news thirty year old woman who got lost in tiger bay state forest emerges unharmed today yet some good news volusia county deputies returning to the area and using their sirens to leader to safety after nikki shriver called last week to say your truck broke down we know that when she was on the phone with nine one one this factor she was not that for from you to not that for overnight that's sheriff mike chitwood telling reporters yesterday he was hopeful she would be found safe and she was we can't let this other ruling from the supreme court today fall through the cracks the court today says a california law forcing antiabortion pregnancy centers to provide information about abortion probably violates the constitution this is another five to four decision the california law took effect in two thousand sixteen and it required centers that are licensed by the state to tell clients about the availability of contraception abortion and prenatal care centers that are unlicensed still have to post a sign that said so the court struck down that portion of the law breaking news out of atlanta unhappy with the va sets himself on fire outside the georgia state capitol building early this morning he apparently used gasoline and fireworks a trooper put out the fire but the veteran was burned extensively and was taken to the hospital and this morning president trump was tweeting his surprise that harley davidson would be the first company to quote wave the white flag as a result of the ongoing tariff dispute between the us and europe abc's rebecca jarvis harley davidson the american icon now saying they will move some manufacturing overseas just four days after europe began slapping thirty one percent tariff on its motorcycles driving up the cost of a single bike by more than two thousand dollars retaliation for the trump ministrations tariffs on european aluminum and steel president trump denies his trade policy is to blame for harley davidsons move any tweets a harley davidson should never be built in another country never yeah i would agree american round twelve oh four now here news ninety six point five wdbo let's check in rusty mccranie see hot it's going to get to that it's going to be another hot humid afternoon across central florida we'll get up to ninety three for the daytime high the heat index as high as one zero three east coast seabreeze kicks in with numerous storms in the afternoon it's going to be a sixty percent chance watch out for the heavier rain rain moves off to the west comes to an enduring the sunset hours morning low tomorrow back down to just the mid seventies and it's a fifty percent chance for storms for you.
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"The bay state and members of their congressional delegation took part in town halls to talk about gun violence massachusetts members of the house of representatives katherine clark stephen lynch jim mcgovern and mike cap you wanna were among the legislators in attendance now police have arrested a woman for carjacking a vehicle and running over a man witnesses say prior to the carjacking the women were seen acting strangely both she and the man she hit have been taken to the hospital she's facing multiple charges police in whitman have made an arrest in seized a large quantity of fenton hill john townsend was arrested and charged with trafficking infantino in possession with intent to distribute following an investigation and a traffic stop police recovered about fifteen grams of to hill several cellphones and five thousand dollars in cash new hampshire governor chris sununu says his state hasn't been contacted regarding the deployment of national guard troops to the mexican border the republican governors office isn't saying whether they would comply with the request in sports the red sox beat the tampa bay rays tend to three this afternoon at fenway i'm art cohen wbz news radio ten thirty low following broadcast is a commercial mess paid for by purity products the following is a paid advertisement by purity products these statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease welcome to health line from purity products i'm your host mark larson thank you for tuning in we have a fascinating show lined up for you today in the spotlight we have a cutting edge nutrient which is creating quite a buzz in the nutrition industry it's used by millions in japan to boost energy stamina endurance skin health and beauty and even i health but here's the thing most people here in north america have never even heard of it well today that's about to change with us on the program is renowned pharmacist and author sherry tarco she's here with us to share new research on the special nutrient that's backed up by lots of science you won't want to miss all the information about what this supplement can do for you sherry as a practicing pharmacists she's an author and lecturer you may have seen her on the.
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"Of the way the dotcom for great deals good morning i'm josh been stronger wbz news our top story this hour as one nor'easter is moving out another is moving in more than sixty eight thousand without power across eastern massachusetts this morning we'll have more on that in just a moment wbz tv's danielle niles joins us and there's more snow in the forecast annual trash i'm tracking another nor'easter on the way for wednesday it looks like conditions will deteriorate through the day on wednesday with the height of the storm when wednesday evening and night into early thursday morning the storm is pretty progressive so we're not overly concerned with coastal flooding because the tides will be astronomically lower the wind will still be gusty at the coast but not nearly what we had in this past dorm the primary impact from the storm will be areas of snow some spots could see over a foot depending on track it will continue tractors the week progresses thank you danielle as we mentioned a moment ago some sixty eight thousand people still without power across the bay state wbz's been parker is in scituate with a win still whipping around and situated folks like davor waiting for the likes to combat gone and there is the damage media with you know a lot of us loss the roof shingles and gutters downspouts and that kind of stuff but front street area is open again there is no power those for businesses remained closed marianne without running this morning but not for too long a lot of debris and by by the shore um but it was really to hide ron it's very very windy pushing us back a childress be up he went all of this is behind us for the summer i run and i bike and i can't not and in scituate ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 at least three drivers reported chunks of ice falling off the sagnimore bridge this morning smashing windshields no injuries were reported in that particular event a number of issues for the commuter rail right now including the fitchburg green bush 'have rule and middleborough lines some delays on the orange line to several buses seeing delays on the roads in shuttle buses running.
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"Accuweather forecast overnight under a clear sky it will be turning much cooler low fifty downtown it'll be in the lower 40s in some inland suburbs broadway still a cool day despite plenty of sunshine high sixty three friday night it'll become cloudy low fifty said on saturday morning showers likely then clouds will break portions sandra will become milder high seventy three a windy and even warmer sunday with some sunshine and a high of seventy six but after showers sunday night it will become cooler early next week i'm accuweather meteorologist curb lipinski wbz news radio 1030 i'm don huff wbz news of foxborough man is free on bail and ordered to wear a gps device after pleading not guilty to a dozen counts of child rape john quinn works at an 'afterschool program in waltham here's wbz tvs michael across the wealthy and school district easing commenting citing the ongoing investigation quinn is not a wolf damn school employee and works for the champions program run by kendrys care which says quy when is now on administrative leave and released a statement saying in part we take all concerns about our teachers in south seriously and follow a very specific protocol anytime a concerns raised the alleged crimes occurred at a home in foxborough in waltham school officials and police will update parents on the investigation during a meeting monday night a veteran boston police officer is suspended without pay after being indicted for allegedly taking money from the evidence room and trying to launder rid of plainridge park casino joseph knee is due in court at the end of the month a new hampshire jury finds a massachusetts state trooper not guilty of assault in a violent 2016 arrest asked caught on video it followed a chase that began in the bay state and ended in nashua trooper joseph flynn has been on suspension say police say they will be a review of his job status in.