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"Good afternoon. Ben Parker. Here's what's happening more concerns about growing numbers of cases in parts of the country when it comes to Corona virus, Dr Anthony found today in Washington. Made remarks set a set of hearing where they talked about reopening schools and workplaces forecast. Recent surgeons in some states thought, she said he can't make it accurate prediction, but he believes it will be very disturbing. We get more news, now in an update from ABC Corona Virus Case is now on the rise in 35 states and an increase in I C U patients and nearly two dozen today the nation's top health officials calling on government leaders and Americans toe work together to help stop the spread. Republicans are now calling on President Trump. To wear a mask so it would encourage others to do the same here. Senator Lamar Alexander president has plenty of admirers they would follow his lead. The nation's top health officials testified about the response to Corona virus, and everyone seemed to be infirm agreement where a mask and stop making this about politics Katherine folders. ABC NEWS Washington In another hearing today, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell, warning that the path forward for the economy remains uncertain and will depend in large part. On the success of containing the Corona virus, not slowing down, reopening plans across the country and also helping Americans feel more confident and safe. The Supreme Court ruling today the online brand booking dot com can be trademarked Michelle Franzen ABC News to 31 some new travel guidelines in Massachusetts when it comes to covert 19. Starting tomorrow. Governor Baker says those arriving to Massachusetts, including residents returning home are instructed to self quarantine for 14 days. There are exceptions, including visitors from other New England states, along with New York and New Jersey. Governor says your summer break will not apply to the virus. As I said before Covert 19 will not be taking a summer vacation on.
"ben parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Afternoon on Ben Parker here's what's happening president trump talking about testing president trump says U. S. testing for covert nineteen is the best in the world battle of virus my administration marshaled every resource at our nation's disposal public private military economic scientific and industrial all at your disposal and he said eleven billion dollars in state aid is heading to states territories in native American reservations to help them test as effectively as possible this is all been approved we've gotten it done completed the money's going out meanwhile more states are taking steps toward re opening governor John bel Edwards says Louisiana will enter phase one of its plan on Friday the Louisiana have worked really hard since his public health emergency him was first announced in order to slow the spread of Kobe in nineteen and I am proud governor Andrew Cuomo says parts of upstate New York will begin to reopen on Friday but not New York City and surrounding areas Dario all bigger ABC news five thirty one governor Charlie Baker says it's all systems go for a controlled re opening of this state's economy WBZ's Mike Macklin tells us it'll happen in stages governor Baker says Massachusetts will begin to reopen the state's economy as scheduled next Monday it will happen in four phases beginning with businesses that can open with minimal face to face contact the governor not saying which businesses those are he encouraged everyone to continue the cooperation shown during the current shut down the cables everybody's played.
Boston - Colleges Move Classes Online As Coronavirus Spreads
"With college campuses shut down because of covert nineteen is continuing online WBZ's Ben Parker takes a look at the impact on some local colleges from small schools to large ones private colleges to state university classes are not happening on campuses these days but instead in an online world because of covert nineteen Westfield state university the school remains open while operating remotely we like to make sure everybody realizes that we are completely open for business in terms of not only serving our current students but recruiting new students for next year serving both undergraduate and graduate students he Diane Prue sank his provost and vice president of academic affairs at Westfield state they're moved to teaching online was pretty smooth so are moved to the online will promote format when it first took place I think everybody was a little bit shocked about how quickly we had to move but I have to say to you that at this point we are really pleased with how smoothly the transition has gone not to say it's perfect by any stretch but it has gone really well and I think for several reasons among those reasons having a lot of faculty already trained to teach through some version of it online format and some faculty needed a little extra support there were trainings and workshops at lasalle university a small private college in Newton Massachusetts resident Michael Alexander says their staff and faculty was already prepared to make the move to online learning now we have some advantages also university we've been DJ online for seventeen years both graduate and undergraduate levels we have a summer online program is going for eight or nine years and growing every year and it's been very successful law almost all of our full time faculty at all been trained on how to develop online courses transition to online remote ways of teaching and how to teach online and we extended spring break an extra week to bring the others up to speed a quick crash course including our our jumped up professors Alexander says though most students are off campus there are so well some who have stayed for a variety of reasons the weather right to require every single student leave her campus because some students just don't have a better place to talk and that would include international students students the home situation would not be conducive to teaching and learning people who don't have the technology to access the remote learning that loads that we turn to people who have jobs nearby and their employers still needed the work and so they they need to live here so they can attend the jumble to make money and to support their employers and so that there are any number of reasons why students would need to be here now we're down to just sixty two of them but still we have to feed them and take care of the we spread them out it will consolidated them into three residents all the great amount so everybody has their own room and their own bathroom but and they can't really teach others in the room they're practicing physical distance thing and we're monitoring that but that's an additional challenge Westfield state also has some students still on campus for some classes like biology chemistry and other sciences this lab work to be done that does pose some challenges at Westfield state proves access some classes have enough experimental work and now they can analyze data for others being away from the campus has actually been a bit of a benefit by not being there in some areas for example in environmental science you are now in different environments there are material they can collect and analyze right in their own backyards for example and do some comparison really when you think about our student population at Westfield state over sixty percent of our students are from eastern all the Worcester area that means we have to be all over the state so an environmental kind class they can now look at multiple environments in their discussions online as for where college might be in the future meeting this fall press access they're hopeful getting back to campus will be in the cards but they are planning just in case it's not we're doing a mixture of things right now and we're looking at the continuation of this semester for example a lot of our activities obviously have moved to virtual including things like virtual admissions events that we are running in the next few weeks for two students were to come to a Westfield state and all we're looking at some virtual kind of activities are only may or June orientation sessions for students and thinking about both kinds of activities for our early summer school courses both tend to be more online courses than on the ground in any case when we look at far as the fall which is double pay for some people may seem very far away but doesn't feel that way for us our plan right now Ben is to be fully functioning as a residential campus at that point we assume we will all be back on campus with our students will be in our housing area and so we continue to plan to register students in that way that's not to say that we're not thinking forward about the possibility that they may shift at some point we will of course follow whatever guidelines the governor provides for us in terms of gathering and so we'll think about different variation on what that might look like if there have to be some change in the way that we start our semester at lasalle university president Alexander says they're planning for multiple scenarios which run the gamut it's a totally unpredictable situation nobody knows anybody tell journalists should not sell so we have to prepare for multiple scenarios so we're forming scenario planning task for most other institutions are doing the same thing and and defining various things that could happen from a minor disruption in the fall to the real serious disruption in the fall which would be you know we still can use the campus for that call and and maybe some things in between and then develop a specific plan for each of those scenarios that we can put in place as as things develop or adjust to as things develop and although colleges would rather have the on campus learning resume as long as it hasn't thanks thanks despite the disruption this could be a learning experience that normally wouldn't exist I absolutely agree and that this experience is going to have a lasting impact on all of our students I have no doubt that that's the case I'm one of the things that we're trying to do through our classes and many of our faculty have talked about that because this transition happened so quickly because there's so much happening in the environment for students many of our faculty are having these conversations with students in their classes will guard lists of the subject they're teaching whether it's now whether it's social work whether it's of course in communication faculty all across our campus are having the conversation with our students because they're processing this at their living through it and I agree with you that it is going to really kind of changed the way our students and I think all of us will see the world and see our human connection to each other and so in this world of covert nineteen higher education does go on there are challenges but in some cases there's even more education I'm Dan Parker WBZ Boston news
Boston - Massachusetts Reports 11 Deaths, 1159 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases
"Coronavirus cases in the state continue their upward trend one thousand one hundred fifty nine total statewide with eleven deaths in Boston one hundred ninety seven cases and two deaths WBZ's Ben Parker spoke with mayor Marty Walsh Mary obviously the city of Austin not as large as the city of New York you're dealing with a lot of twenty five thousand cases but are you getting any sense sense of of of of things things that that you you could could maybe maybe do do a a little little differently differently here here to to stop stop a a bigger bigger spread spread here here how how concerned concerned are are you you about about what what the the numbers numbers you you see see at at a a New New York York City City yeah yeah we're we're monitoring monitoring what's what's going going on on in in New New York obviously and we're seeing that you know I think what what they're talking about now is that the latest we're still talking about testing I think making sure that our hospitals have the capacity to be able to handle the amount of patience and they're going to have to see making sure that we support our first frontline workers and nurses and doctors and medical staff including the janitorial services in those hospitals and including our own first responded here in Boston with the police fire and EMS making sure they have the support they need to move forward and and again it it's also by people taxing as much as possible the social distancing dictate that they need to do and to to keep these numbers down we don't want to see this part go to our older population we know we've seen in other cities and other states some of the leaders getting a little angry folks who aren't doing that social distancing people getting together in groups are you seeing that in Boston are you are you pleased with what you're seeing in terms of residents here well for the most part people doing what they're supposed to be doing but you know I I I I don't think we can never mind to me and asked me to let them know that you know what the governor proposed yesterday the the emergency order here quiet people are essential services only the move would fall with a stay at home water I mean the more we will be discussing with them the more we do that across the Commonwealth the better it is long term for for for our residents Charlie Baker says the state is getting more medical supplies needed in the fight against the pandemic here's WBZ's Mike Macklin as the fight to control the spread of the virus presses forward supplies of critically needed equipment remained a big challenge on the front lines governor Baker says the state department of public health has made eighty nine deliveries of supplies to hospitals and health facilities around Massachusetts she has received several shipments from the strategic national stockpile at over seven hundred and fifty thousand masks face shields gowns and pairs of gloves have been delivered to the PH and are being distributed those supplies are also going to police fire and first responders the state dental community has donated face masks gloves and hand sanitizer to because the governor says more donations from other sectors of the state's economy are needed and encouraged
US white supremacist propaganda incidents 'rose by 120% in 2019'
"There's a new report out on cases involving the distribution of white supremacists and the anti defamation league says that distribution is spiking according to an a DL report incidents of circulation of such propaganda materials jumped by more than one hundred twenty percent between twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen and follows a rise of more than one hundred eighty percent between twenty seventeen and eighteen WBZ's Ben Parker spoke with Robert Creston director of the a DL of New England about what they have found this seems to be a growing pattern we had a pretty decent jump between twenty seventeen twenty eighteen and now between twenty eighteen and last year another mark markedly big job well you know the twenty nineteen was really an explosive jump yeah here in Massachusetts we saw the numbers quadruple and no forty nine out of fifty states in the country have experience this type of hate you know infecting the public square what's causing this is there some researcher some information that kind of gives you pause as the Hey this is the reason why there are a couple of groups white supremacist groups that are primarily responsible for this and we know this because they typically take responsibility they like to brag about it and regrettably we have some of their members living amongst us in Massachusetts and in New England and they are you know they're they're taking orders from from their their their leaders and they're hitting the streets and you know doing whatever they can to normalize their hatred and and as we look and and clearly there are things that happened on the regular streets so to speak but this is a seemingly a growing problem on college and university campuses too that's right and they love to target college campuses and we saw a marked increase you know a little more than doubling in Massachusetts on campuses and we also we also saw them targeting campuses you know in New Hampshire and Rhode Island and Maine where in the past they actually never went near those campuses and what makes Boston a little bit vulnerable as we've got big universities often in the middle of the city so going up and down a public street and and putting flyers or taking a few steps off the street to put up a hate flyer makes it kind of easy to do it and you know in the middle of the night I mean I guess I wish you know and you wish it would be just as easy as just a stop this it's wrong it's bad and it would stop but obviously that's not the case what kind of I guess work do you guys do what other groups do to get all these campuses to explain to people why a why this is wrong change the minds and and of course to talk to people who are doing this of what they should do well we were fortunate that the campus leadership and leaders across our area are very quick to condemn the hate and to take down the flyers but I think it's really important for us as a community to have a really strong resolve that we have new zero tolerance for this kind of hate and we are not going to allow it to make us numb and we don't want to be normalized and that's one of the things that these groups are trying to do so for example much of these flyers and the propaganda they use the words they use kind of has a patriot patriotic slant and they they try and hide their hatred a little bit using pager patriotic language patriotic symbols in the same way that they they come out and two three o'clock in the morning and and do the for do the dissemination in the middle of the night they're also trying to to to hide some of their real motives and intent and we need to be aware that so that we can stand up against it when you talk about propaganda and obviously whether it's leaflets or flyers or posters I mean there is a a first amendment these are people who are vandalizing things although those have gone up as well what can be the is there a legal aspect for for stopping people from doing this well you know there are there are some you know legal questions that police and prosecutors certainly will deal with you know coming on to private property wouldn't perhaps when they've been previously told not to make make cross certain lines but you know the first amendment and free speech is a two way street and so people have a right to say how much they may hate someone or a particular group and as a community we have both the responsibility and also the same free speech rights to say that we don't want that kind of language or those beliefs as part of our community we're in a situation in this country now and you know we don't get deep into the political weeds on this but there's a lot of discourse of the Republicans the Democrats conservatives to you know liberals eccentric sector sector is this part or day are you finding that this political climate that we're in is fueling more of this well the political of the the tension in the political climate create some space for this and that's I think one of the reasons why they're very careful about the images and some of the language to kind of make it seem patriotic but you know when you look at the values of our community and even the values of our political system that are important to us as Americans this is not part of it and targeting people because of who they are or what they believe or what their face is what country they came from really is not part of the values of this community and so we need to shut it down WBZ's been Parker speaking with Robert Creston director of the a DL of New
NSA alerted Microsoft to major Windows 10 security flaw
"Word this week of some windows ten issues computer security experts are urging users to fix a major security flaw of the National Security Agency has discovered W. B. Aziz Ben Parker spoke with ABC's Alex stone about the flaw that could let hackers it ASAP seemingly secured communications windows ten has has some problems and I say actually on covered to the problems
SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites
"Once tonight in Florida a couple hours from now another space rock a lot of satellites WBZ's Ben Parker spoke with the CBS is Peter king about the first space launch of the year this was the late on Friday but they're going to try again tonight looks like the weather will cooperate for this SpaceX launch we have a ninety percent chance of favorable weather tonight at nine nineteen which is the optimum launch window it should be a really nice clear night that means those most out of the southeast have a good chance of seeing a spectacular display this is a space sex ed and then the company here with the falcon nine rockets in all of these these these satellites that are up in space like a lot of them up there put more up well they really do and and this is part of the this launch is part of their star link satellite internet system now they've already got a hundred twenty satellites up there so far sixty the more experimental sixty of them are operational the next sixty will go up tonight their operational but eventually we're talking about somewhere in the neighborhood of twelve thousand satellites in the constellation yeah this is to provide internet service to a lot of areas that don't have kids activity at a relatively low cost this service is not online yet but is expected to be a little bit later on this year but twelve thousand satellites that's an awful lot of amid SpaceX is talking about so for the neighborhood of fifteen losses this year for that project alone is anybody worried about a traffic jam in space with all those satellites eventually of orbiting I think you always have to be worried about a traffic jam in space the really good news is that the Air Force and NORAD keep track of that but that said of course you know more traffic up there means more possible space junk and that's the that's the problem keeps growing and growing and there is another concern a strong numbers are concerned that with all of the satellites up there and the old the satellites become the reflective properties of those satellites and sending light back down toward earth could make it tough for astronomers to do their job to scan the heavens so you know if there is that is well you know we've become so dependent on things that use satellites that I guess we're kind of we being the consumer are kind of responsible for all this if we didn't have so many gadgets and do dads and all the stuff that we need for with satellite communications maybe we'll need as many satellites well some would call it progress some would call it pollution and there are a lot of people who are on the fence one big SpaceX's doing tried mitigate this the terms of the light pollution if you will if they tried paving one of these satellites with a lower reflective coating see if that helps if it does the likely use that our future satellites to at least keep the astronomers happy and SpaceX's president not a lot much but when Shotwell quoted as saying lord astronomy is one of the things that get kids interested in space we don't want to screw that up I I one of the things that interest me Peter is they're launching like sixty satellites at a time if it wasn't in the old days we just sent up a satellite yes yes but you know what satellites get smaller more compact and lighter and it's not about volume as much as it as it is about weight it cost X. amount of dollars to send each pounded to space and if you can get more bang for the Buck you go for it and this is not by any means the first multiple satellite loss this video and on for years but again at the technology gets better the satellite so except for the huge defense satellite communications satellites a lot of the other satellites are getting smaller and smaller and smaller some the size of a shoebox of course were dealing with with launches of something that we you know we we didn't have the in the past and that's rockets that gotta come back down and the land here and we can use them again yeah reusability is a big part of the space X. model the more rocket stages they can land safely on the barge and re use the less money they have spent on building new ones the less money they have to charge their customers what else is a new in the world of space which would be looking for in the new decade we are awaiting another test of SpaceX's crew dragon spacecraft that spacecraft that would take astronauts to the international space station and other low earth orbit destinations or missions the in flight abort test that is to test the rocket system of the parachute should something ever goes wrong during a launch that even flight abort test is scheduled for this Saturday the eleventh it is a major milestone if it passes the test that helps clear the way for the first human logic we don't have any schedule on that but we know that SpaceX would like to launch sometime during the first quarter of the year we've got a lot of watches covered at this year's SpaceX alone is hoping to watch thirty rockets about half of that starlink series at about half for other communication satellites of the crew dragon let's WBZ's Ben Parker speaking with C. B. S.'s Peter
‘The Rise Of Skywalker’: Advance Ticket Sales More Than Other ‘Star Wars’ Pics On Fandango
"Five it is still nearly two months away but online ticket sales for the final Star Wars movie are hot WBZ has been Parker spoke with ABC entertainment correspondent Jason Nathanson about the hype so the final trailer is out for the final movie in the Star Wars saga and jay-z's suit and it looks like it's gonna be a hit because the pre sale tickets are hitting the internet now already set his records yeah this is the first indication that we knew this was going to be big because like you said this is the final film in the nine episode Star Wars triple trilogy the nine all Gee I don't know exactly what the the toward the terminology is for that but it's the one that started in nineteen seventy seven with the first three films with rocky films for five and six then you had the prequels which were one two and three and now for the past few years we've got seven and eight this will be the ninth film in the final film in the sky Walker saga so they're calling it and so we know it's going to be bad it is the patient's hot people want to see this film so this was the third trailer that dropped for it and never do we ever talk about third trailers I mean sometimes we talk about first trailers when they come out because people want to get their first look at the film but the third trailer problems seem to trail is already we already know some stuff so the fact that we've been talking about a third trailer means that day also it was time to well the the dropping of the pre sale tickets the online presale tickets the first chance for those really Die Hard fans to get those tickets and Adam tickets one of the big online retailers said in the first hour of presale tickets it was the biggest thing that they've ever seen by far bigger than the vendors and game which was the previous champ by forty five percent and if you remember Avengers and game this year set the record for the highest grossing movie of all time worldwide I don't know that that's going to be the case here but it's our first indication of what might be and it's almost two months away before the movie even hits theaters on on December the twentieth so clearly there's a lot of excitement after seeing the trailers I am and I know the people like to speculate about what's going to happen in a movie what is the buzz on the street about what's going to happen here or do we just I know isn't that close to the vest I mean if it is a little bit I if you if you're a huge Star Wars fan you already know you've been parsing through this thing you know and then freeze framing on every second so you you've been really dismantling it and that's all over the internet articles about did you see what happened at that that minute one thirty two and what happened there but some of the big takeaways are a lot of princess Leia Carrie Fisher who course died a couple years ago and she had filmed a bunch of stuff for the first film and for the second film and so they're using some of the footage that they weren't able to use the first time around to put her it's not and they have we knew that she was going to be there that wasn't a surprise but they give her some very poignant lines in some poignant looks in some poignant hugs and one of the themes that has a lot of people kind of sad is there's a line there C. three PO the robot is looking at all of it is assembled friends and he says taking one last look at my friends so there's that are they getting killed C. three PO and Kenny killer robot that is what happened there a lot of questions WBZ's Ben Parker speaking with ABC's Jason
"ben parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Dot com. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Josh binswanger. WBZ news. Here's what's happening. The man who turned himself in after fatally shooting his estranged wife inside her car in Everett goes in front of a judge today for the latest now, we turn to WBZ's Ben Parker or sillier Cataldo Moderato had been temporarily living at a central avenue addressing advert which was shot and killed inside a vehicle in the driveway of the home yesterday morning. He had sustained several gunshot wounds to the torso Middlesex County district. Attorney Marian Ryan says her estranged husband Amelio maharaja had a shotgun type weapon and a licensed to carry and shot or silly before turning himself in the apparently arrived at the police station identified himself. The victim was well known in the city of Everett and had a large extended families. This is ever police chief Stephen Mazzy, I personally have known her from the community for a long time. She's a lovely lady. A couple has three adult children. Be a Ryan says it's believed the couple was in the process of getting a divorce. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty the midnight. Oil burning on Capitol Hill is senators approve a short term spending measure that does not include new money for a border wall. A late night vote to pass a temporary spending Bill in favor say Aye, those opposed. No. The eyes appear to have it the Senate approves legislation to avert a partial government shutdown, but majority leader Mitch McConnell says they'll be on standby. We'll still be in session tomorrow. To see what the house does. And what we just sent them. If the house passes the Bill will go onto the president for his approval UVA political analyst, Larry Sabato, all this does is postpone what will end up being another pitched battle about the wall and lots of other things in January and early February. So we simply postpone the day of atonement Bill does not include the president's request for new funding for a border wall. He has been backing off last week's threat to partially shut down the government without it. I'm Deborah Rodriguez as Christmas week approaches holiday travel is kicking into full gear on the roads rails. And in the air. Many people want to get an early start to avoid congestion this family, the Oliver's or heading south. We..
Report: Facebook gave tech giants more access to users' data than it said
"Here's what's happening. Facebook on the defensive this morning after admitting it allowed other tech giants access to user's personal information, but denying it did so without user consent. We'll get the latest now from WBZ's. Ben Parker, citing internal Facebook comments. The times reports Facebook gave dozens of companies access to user's data without those users knowing about it CBS technology analysts. Larry baggage says with the new revelations facing to fly in the face of what Facebook itself has been saying about privacy. Facebook Heather repeatedly assured the public and lawmakers that you have control over what happens with their data. But based on reports that doesn't seem to be the case. The report details special business arrangements with some of the world's largest companies. Facebook's director of developer platforms and programs in a blog on their newsroom site says this was not done without permission. And that most of these features are now gone, and that they are in the process of reviewing all their application programming interfaces and the
"ben parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Storrow drive. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty and Trump is on Twitter. Again, this time attacking his former attorney Michael Cohen saying you should go to prison time. The president is also praising adviser Roger stone tweeting he has guts legal experts say the tweets could be part of an obstruction of Justice case against the president ABC's. Cecilia Vega on that aspect now publicly sounding this alarm, George Conway, the conservative lawyer. And of course, Kellyanne Conway's husband, he's simply tweeted the federal code for witness tampering. Another one the former acting solicitor general under President Obama. He tweeted this is genuinely looking. Like witness tampering summer, saying this might be something. The Democrats ended up taking up when they take control of the house in less than a month. Now Cohen cooperating with a special counsel and stone has said he would not testify against Mr. Trump also later today special counsel, Robert Muller is expected to file a sentencing memo about former Trump national security adviser, Michael Flynn, which could describe Flynn's cooperation with the Russia investigation special counsel's office is expected to detail the crimes Flynn committed that led to his guilty plea a year ago. The filing meant to brief a federal judge before Flynn is sentenced sports. The Bruins have been missing some of their most important players much of the season. But one key component to their success is nearing a return WBZ's. Adam Kaufman ruins will start a quick to game trip through Florida tonight when they visit the Panthers seven and okay won't play. Charlie mcevoy's, both on the road and the road to recovery. The Boston defenceman enjoyed a full contact practice yesterday for the first time since suffering a concussion October eighteenth McEvoy said he feels good about. Where he's at coach Bruce Cassidy thought the young blue liner looked comfortable Ngoni start.
Cannabis, Marijuana And Ben Parker discussed on WBZ Morning News
"To recreational marijuana stores. Have now started selling legal cannabis to adults for the first time on the east coast. Are Ben Parker is at the dispensary in LeicesteR this morning. Good morning. Ben. Nine the line started to form early and people continue to arrive by shuttle van get inside to be the first or among the first retail marijuana legally in Massachusetts meant. Iraq war veteran lorden has a medical marijuana card the first Perkins here he tells me cannabis elsewhere this painted anxiety that he's hopeful that other vets will be able to benefit without prescriptions. This allows them to be able to. I don't wanna say experiment. Get into the cannabis universe without having to make a huge commitment of money, and you know, being on record as low as a patient. So it's that gives people peace of mind and some bit of privacy. There.
"ben parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business with an update looks like the Dow is much stronger. Now trae say it is Tina it has had more success in holding its gains of late endless games are going. The Dow's up seventy six points about a third of one percent at twenty five thousand four sixteen. The NASDAQ is still lower by twenty points. That's a major improvements. The s&p is up to and the Bloomberg WBZ. New England index is now higher by one tenth of one percent. Bank of America says it's evaluating whether it will take part in a Saudi investment conference later this month that's been referred to as Dabo's in the desert the J P Morgan Chase. Viacom Ford and Uber are among those dropping out over the disappearance of a dissident Saudi journalist, and I said to be part of overnight jitters in global financial markets Saudi. Money is everywhere and the US is considering sanctions Asian markets tumbled. But European markets. Recovered early losses. Just like Wall Street has business reports. Eight and thirty eight past the hour, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Tracy. Thank you very much. WBZ news time eleven thirty nine. Do you have an Amazon echo? Well. Good to hear the latest news, traffic, weather and a whole lot. More just say Alexa, please play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio, easy Assad across the pond. Now Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child with the official announcement coming from Kensington Palace. ABC's James Longman tells us a real couple told their inner circle at a family wedding over the weekend Queen William Kate. And Prince Charles all able to congratulate them in person before they flew off to Australia for the start of their first overseas tour Megan's mother Doria, adding her congratulations said to be delighted and excited to welcome her first grandchild, by the way, that tour will also include. Fiji Tonga and New Zealand the baby is due next spring eight the start of a trial in federal court involving Harvard University as we hear from WBZ's. Ben Parker it all stems from a lawsuit accusing the school of bias against Asian applicants the group. Students for fair admissions brought the suit accusing Harvard of holding Asian American applicants to a higher standard Ben students of other races. Edward blonde is the group's president Harvard.
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"Kids and family around is. Family to shut the doors and everything just make sure everything's locked residents received robocalls, telling them to stay inside and lock their doors last night. Andy says it was a bit of a frightening incident. Police are currently scouring the region for Allan Warner who was suspected of shooting and killing his soon to be ex wife WBZ's. Ben Parker reports from Marshfield police headquarters, though, Marshfield police say they don't believe alad water is still at the area. People have been urged to remain vigilant. As the search continues for the man suspected to the death of his wife. What was deemed an active shooter situation early last evening led to a shelter in place. Order and a lockdown at a large part of town. The victim was founded area on main street with facial injuries. She was taken to the hospital pronounced dead, though, it cause of death has not been released. But at the ATM crew says they believe a firearm was involved in dangerous, and I'm going to wait until we get the medical examiner's report regarding the extent of her injuries. But I believe we believe that there's either firearm were and we have not recovered. Anyone who sees water is asked to? Call nine one one at not to approach him. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a change of plans for Columbia gas crews today trying to get back on track in the Merrimack valley. WBZ's Bernice Corpuz joins us from north end of what the latest good morning. Good morning. Josh. Well, it is raining lightly right now, and they're still some utility work equipment staged here. Right by the chickening plaza. But Columbia gas says the ventilation work is being postponed until tomorrow due to weather the company president Steve Bryant spoke with WBZ this morning. We're working..
Mass evacuations as "monster" Florence barrels toward U.S. coast
"Storm. This is going to be a store that's going to be a very large what far larger than we've seen and perhaps decades. President Trump in the Oval Office is Florence is bringing life threatening storm surge and rainfall to the east coast. It's expected to crawl near or along the coast of the Carolinas between Thursday and Saturday. The navy moving people and ships ahead of the storm and the air force and army, you're flying advanced aircraft. Elsewhere as a safeguard authorities telling those who are Florence path to evacuate. Our Ben Parker caught up with some folks from rural beach who were heating that advice. Good morning. Good morning. Josh, and yeah, all along coastal areas in the Carolinas. People have been told to leave about ten miles inland from Myrtle Beach is the campus of coastal Carolina university. It's been closed and evacuated. Patrick Dunphy of Wilmington lives in a house off campus. He is headed back to Massachusetts along with the roommate. Stay and we're watching the bottle village chips and up into North Carolina coverage covered tropical storm brain. We woke up this morning that the model credit shifted, and it was going to be a category four or five headed great beach. And that you know, we got emergency alert saying we're now in the evacuation zone. You know, you have to get to get out of their planning to leave anyway. But then we're forced to decided to head up north driving the roughly nine hundred miles back to Massachusetts, coastal Carolina canceled classes starting yesterday and started evacuations it is not known how long the campus will be closed Dunphy and his friend. Just aren't sure when they'll be able to head back. Josh. All right. Ben. Thank you very much. We'll continue to follow hurricane Florence on its track as its. Gaining strength to come to landfall. You can listen to us anytime anywhere by downloading the I heart radio app or join now on the phone by Ryan burrow, ABC news. Correspondent who is in Norfolk Virginia this morning as the navy is preparing to reposition aircraft in advance of this storm. Good morning. Ron. Aircrafts being repositioned yesterday. Thirty ships Lewis, including the USS, George H W Bush and the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN. You're trying to get away a lot of expensive villager equipment. They don't want to be in the zone win. Now, hurricane
Rob Gronkowski stopped Patriots from trading him
"Studio, rob gronkowski opened his season with seven catches for one hundred twenty three yards and a touchdown is twenty-seven career one hundred yard game. Second only to Tony Gonzalez's thirty one among tight ends. But you'll remember gronkowski's stayed away from the pats much the off season mulling retirement, the team reportedly engaged in trade talks with other clubs even appeared to have a deal in place to ship. The all pro out of New England while according to NFL network's Ian Rapoport gronkowski resisted, he told the pats he'd retire his want play for another team or coach or with another quarterback after meeting with Bill Bill. Check in agent drew Rosenhaus gronkowski announced TB back for the season. Then he reworked his contract. He was asked about the report following yesterday's win. I'm glad to be here. Got to be part of this team. Glad to be partisans organization and all that talk all that stuff. I mean, I would love to put it in the past whatever it is wherever reports keep coming out because I'm here, I'm here to stay. And I'm here to keep playing ball with the patriots. Just enjoying my time here. Bill checks undoubtedly happy to have gronkowski still. Alongside Tom Brady. Both really good routes to cover and Tom com. Put the ball. We're only Ralph can get it and route
Tom Brady, Josh Binswanger and WBZ Nightside discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Us. I'm Josh binswanger. WBZ news, a registrar of motor vehicles is questioning a state auditors report that found nearly two thousand licenses issued by the are MVP were actually issued today people. Ben parker. Don't just now with more good morning. Good morning. Josh registrar. Aaron Debbie tells
Pennsylvania man is dead after scuba diving incident
"A Pennsylvania man is dead after a scuba diving trip off the coast of Cape. Ann WBZ's. Bernice Corpuz was there when the man's body was recovered in Rockport Forty-seven-year-old man from Philadelphia was recovered not too far from where he and his friend left a raft and a diving flag floating near cathedral alleged a multi agency search began late yesterday afternoon after his friend reported the man never resurface low-flying coastguard helicopter as well as a St. police helicopter, John who lives in the area says the water did not appear to be too choppy at the time. Was a little bit of a southwest wind. But it was a beautiful day. And it's unfortunate that something like this happened. But the search was called off last night a coast guard helicopter conducted another search of the area this morning. It was a group of divers who recovered the man's body.
Former Sen. Jon Kyle to replace McCain in Senate
"The governor of Arizona has picked John Kyle inexperienced experienced hand to replace John McCain in the Senate McCain died of brain cancer last month, Kyle represented Arizona in the Senate from nineteen ninety-five to twenty thirteen when he retired Kyle. Republican is expected to get a chance to vote on the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh giving the Republicans the bare majority required to confirm Cavanaugh to the supreme court. Kyle says he is committed to serving through January of two thousand nineteen he is not committed to serving beyond that date. He is expected to be a placeholder not running in two thousand twenty when voters will get to decide who fills the remainder of McCain seat through twenty twenty
Massachusetts congressional contest mirrors New York Democratic shocker
"It's primary day. Massachusetts. The polls are open in the nation is watching closely. A key congressional contest here in Massachusetts. When progressive candidate Alexandria Mukasey, oh, Cortez defeated longtime. Moderate congressman Joe Crowley in New Jersey in the democratic primary back in June all shifted focus to the seventh congressional district here in Massachusetts progressive. Boston city councillor, Ariana Presley is challenging longtime and equally progressive incumbent. Congressman Mike cap you wanna in the democratic primary? Ben Parker has a preview Mike was elected to congress in nineteen ninety eight. And for the first time he faces a primary challenge. Boston city councillor Presley is looking for a change in the seat and a change in Washington with each day. We're drinking from this fire hose of insult and us all routing in our civil rights our freedoms and protections. Presley says those systematic inequalities and disparities existed, even before President Donald Trump was elected says he goes out of his way to work with everyone. And that in this way. World we have to go out of our way to listen and talk to each other. If we have trouble doing that. If someone thinks they're not being heard that we need to work even harder at that. There are no Republicans running for the seat making the Massachusetts seven hundred thirty nine US house district where there is no challenge from the
Cape Cod shark attack victim: I punched it in gills to escape
"Ninth good. Morning thanks for. Joining us I'm Josh binswanger WBZ news climbing toward record high temperatures again today WBZ TV's. Danielle Niles has the outlook we rise quickly I'm thinking today we hit the. Ninety degree Mark, between ten and eleven AM in Boston so by the time we get to lunchtime were, already into the mid nineties here this afternoon gusty southwest breeze storm free today will be in the eighties on the Cape is evening but still very warm even by
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"Some of the reactions of the patients in the emergency department would suggest that there was. An opioid involved as well they're waiting toxicology results find out what it was some of these people. Were unconscious some nauseous somewhere like zombies the park looked like a war zone Carlos Stevens WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty a couple dancing at a Boston Harbor hotel got a little too loose with their, feet we get more from WBZ's Ben Parker remember the, seed. From it's a wonderful life where George and Mary fall into the pool while. Dancing Well it was kind of. Like that but without the Charleston music. And the retracting gym floor a couple at the Boston Harbor hotel Tuesday night was dancing to footloose They were caught on cell phone video by Alex day who shared that. Video, of the couple falling over protective, rope and into the water below a couple was able to quickly get out of the water and dole -mergency personnel were needed Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty no word yet from Kevin bacon or John Lithgow in the wake of this report, by what you see the. Video of this, couple, obviously, have heard about it but I. Haven't seen it yet take a look and. Then tell me whether or not you hearken back to, the fighting Zaire between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman HOGAN hopes are awfully loose I'm just. Saying okay we're we're linking a lot of things it's it's it's a big day for Thursday Let's go to the. Dot com sports stadiums golf it's a it's a big dance all right the Red Sox they blew in early three nothing lead. Cap seven and two road trip the seven four loss. In Philadelphia teams split their two games set Wilson. Ramos double twice. Triple drove in three runs. Scored three times. In, his Phillies debut part of his. Success to. Run double in the seventh to push the fills. Lead to six three that came. Off drew Pomeranz and he. Stunk despite the four pitch walk I feel like against a pretty good counts. And confession anybody work my way into bad counts from there. And then make pitches that's. Pretty much a one inning of relief for pomeranians three runs allowed on four hits and a walk Nathan Valdis surrendered three runs over five frames just one earned Mitch Moreland doubled in three for, Boston not enough five game winning. Streak is over socks off tonight they'll start seven game homestand tomorrow I three against the race they have won four of six, including yesterday's six one triumph. In the Bronx, patriots, rallied, to win their preseason opener against. The Redskins tonight eagles will be in Foxborough Seven thirty kickoff injuries limited. Linebacker Dante. Hightower to five games last year nonsense October so. He was excited to play twenty-seven. Snaps last week and now. Anxious to add to that total is looking to get no more snow no. Practicing game is it's it's a little different feel good when. I was out there though Still got. A little rest off from me You can do some. Practice but there's nothing like, a love game? So definitely take advantage of you know what I got love Tom Brady open. And take advantage of some opportunity as well of course he sat out last week but. He said he's planning to play against. Philadelphia maybe Nick foles will get that..
New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel
"And other hot humid day good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now too high stakes elections. One for a house seat in Ohio the other for governor. Of Kansas are too close to call although President Trump claimed, victory, on, Twitter last, night for Ohio Republican Troy balder. Sohn tough news for Red Sox nation this morning as announcer Jerry Remmy is facing another battle with cancer Rambis fought that disease for a decade finishing a round of treatment earlier this year and. An overnight house fire in Dorchester leaves one, person displays a firefighter suffered minor injuries battling that blaze. On ash bond street and other news the search is continuing for the driver of a car. That struck a bicyclists in Jamaica plain. The Senate. Was caught on another drivers dashcam WBZ's Ben Parker tells us the victim's family has plenty of questions and concerns the father of the twenty year old woman injured in a hit and run crash on monday says he can't believe the driver of the car involved didn't see her today overtake her and cut her off the man tells w._b._z. t._v. he got a call from his daughter after the collision that left her with scrapes and scratches she was crying tearful because he was shocked at the whole thing and she was in pain now police are looking for the driver of that vehicle a red four door hatchback and they're asking for the public's help ben parker w._b._z. newsradio ten thirty a western man is in custody after stabbing two people near city hall david burgos is charged with two counts of armed assault or murder no word on the condition of the victims the reward for information regarding missing university of iowa student molly tebbit's is now over three hundred thousand dollars the reward money has continued to pour in as individual donations are being accepted on the crime stoppers of central iowa website investigators are hoping the more than three hundred thousand dollar reward will convince someone with valuable information Step forward with a tip needed to break the case open crime stoppers assuring tipsters both by. Phone and online that their tips are anonymous Molly Tibbets. Has been missing for twenty. Days or father rob Tibbett says he believes his daughter is with someone she knows but admits it's just speculation Brian burrow ABC news USC president max Nikki s has stepped down after saying. He, would back in may the decision comes after many faculty members call for his resignation in the wake of sex abuse. Complaints involving a campus Dr CBS's. Suzanne marquess Nikki is based a series of scandals dean of the medical. School Herman Pola Fito was accused of using drugs even in his USC office his replacement mohawk Varna accused of. Sexually harassing a researcher USC settled for one hundred and. Thirty five thousand dollars last week USC as the. US attorney's office to open a criminal investigation into one hundred thousand dollar donation from LA county supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas that. Helped his son get a professor job at USC that money ended up in his son control A ks had, been USA president, since twenty ten Florida Atlantic university postpones its graduation ceremony after what. Police called a credible threat the announcement was made just. Minutes before commencement, was set to begin a sticky note. Containing a, threat was posted in a. Woman's bathroom, friends and, family of the. Graduates were already seated in the school's auditorium when the entire building. Was evacuated a new date has not been announced a Maryland woman discovers that eating a poppy seed bagel before giving birth has consequences Elizabeth. Eden told WBAL TV in Baltimore that she was in labor in. April when a doctor told her she had tested positive for opiates and. She had been reported to the state that net that her daughter had to stay at the hospital for five days while her mother was assigned a case worker however eaten fought back to a school health class where she learned that eating, poppy seeds could lead to a false positive the mom told the case worker about the bagel the file was closed I'm Shelley Adler. The Georgetown librarian Washington DC was forced to close after four snakes were discovered. Near meeting room the library, called pest control and the building, was given the all-clear yesterday the library will have another gathering of stakes today.
Tom Brady Celebrates His 41st Birthday
"Officer's gun went, off after it fell from his holster all he was, getting changed. To MIT officers were injured by flying debris sergeant who accidentally, discharged his gun remains on active duty cranston's police internal investigation is continuing well just ahead of sports with. Adam Kaufman Brady A lot of people celebrating birthdays today but there's. Only one goat WBZ's Ben Parker issued explain I know you like the sound so Tom Brady steps on the field for this season's first game he. Will not be the oldest. Player to have ever Daunton NFL. Uniform but he is getting their. Brady turns forty one years old. Today last year on Brady's birthday the team brought in a mini petting. Zoo complete with some baby that's right for fans to enjoy so we'll see what, the team has planned this year earlier, this week rob gronkowski was asked if there was. Anything. Left to give Tom for his birthday Sleeper Secret of, course a pretty good birthday present for the Forty-one-year-old could be a belated won a Super Bowl. Ring number six come, February but that's a discussion for another. Day maybe a, book but not the new Deflategate book excerpts from, twelve the inside story of Tom Brady's fight for, redemption shared with ABC news.
Australian bishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up resigns
"NewsRadio ten thirty house lawmakers on beacon hill will vote today on a Bill that, could tax Airbnb the same as. Hotels and motels, the compromised Bill which will include, a seventeen point five percent tax on short, term rental units and we'll add an additional six to nine percent. Of local taxes, if it's approved the Bill would make Massachusetts the first state to maintain a central registry on short term rentals and would go into effect in January of. Two thousand nineteen the. Pope was accepted the resignation of an Australian archbishop who is convicted of covering up child sex abuse by a, priest from. Sydney Adelaide's archbishop Philip Wilson's resignation comes after he was convicted in may of. Failing to report the repeated abuse, of two Altar boys by priests Jim Fletcher back in the nineteen seventies Wilson faces up to two years behind bars TCI surveillance program is once again coming under. Scrutiny after the globe reports. That the program tracks information about Americans. Who are not suspected of any crime we get details from WBZ's Ben Parker other program dubbed quiet skies the Transportation Security Administration. Has been keeping tabs, on American citizens who are not under, investigation by any agency or on any terror watch list CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenberg, explains the goal of the program was an in kind of a program to look not only for terrorists but for people that potentially, could disrupt the flight and do other things that not necessarily related care first reported by the Boston Globe the program which is existed since two. Thousand ten uses air marshals to monitor such things as whether. Passengers fidget. Use a, computer and other behaviors Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty still to, come this, morning the president once again tweeting about the news media will share the Details.
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"Ben parker joins us from saugus high with the details no one really saying anything it's not like we were like huddled in a corner doing it point out saugus high school zone policy includes penalties for tobacco use including the loss of eligibility in accordance of the mia policy in saugus spent parker wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six oh one the philadelphia super bowl champions will not be going to the white house today we learn why from abc's dave schreiber philadelphia eagles fans are sounding off over today's cancelled visit to the white house many of the players had been planning to skip the event and president trump then called it off at a bar in south philly these fans made their opinions known dip because players don't want to go here other players who did want to go it's wrong canceling a lot of them probably weren't going to go anyway president trump says a different ceremony at the white house will honor veterans and the nation instead dave schreiber abc news the special counsel team accuses former trump campaign manager paul manafort of witness tampering he could now be held behind bars until his trial date manafort is currently under house arrest in virginia but last night robert muller's team alleged in a court filing that manafort has been repeated contact with two people who may be witnesses in the case against him in an effort to influence their testimony one cooperating witness told investigators that manafort wanted them to commit perjury about his lobbying efforts manafort is scheduled for trial in virginia in late july and has another trial set in dc for deceptive timber police have identified the three bodies borough found buried at the home of a suspect had kidnapper in springfield we get the details from wbz's carl stevens just hours after stewart weldon was charged for a second time with kidnapping and sexual assault the district attorney released the names of three women whose bodies were found on the.
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"Studio and ben parker talk about a team effort at fenway last night but he's doing more stuff today it was in the gym he move around so we feel comfortable if this games are in september he'll be playing but we've got to be smart about it that's likely to return later this week perhaps thursday in houston stanley cup finals resume tonight at las vegas golden knights lead the capitals one game don there is one more day off before the start of the nba finals the warriors will host cleveland tomorrow night in game one kevin love who still under the concussion protocol his status for tomorrow night is still unclear a second week of ota's begins today in foxborough the patriots working out for the next three days they'll have mandatory minicamp starting on june fifth and in foxborough tonight there will be some action major league soccer revolution take on the.
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"One degrees under cloudy skies in boston on this friday may fourth good morning i'm josh binswanger wbz news the celtics come back from twenty two points down last night too stunned the sixers taking game two by a score of one away to one zero three rows rosiere sidestep wbz's ben parker is on causeway street there was quite a scene last night after the game as fans emptied out onto causeway street there was a lot to celebrate a big come from behind win for the celtics it did not look good for a while at one point the celtics were down by twenty two points but they clawed back our fans and us believe in us coming together coach was saying whoever bring a fight to win another and whoever tougher team is gonna win terry rozier who dropped in twenty points for the celtics who play game three of the series saturday afternoon in philadelphia where the fans will be far less eager to cheer them on but here at the garden there will be plenty of fans cheering on a home team again tonight the bruins need a win and a lot of moral support from their fans down in the series the tampa bay through the one on causeway street ben parker wbz newsradio ten thirty some two thousand residents ordered to evacuate their homes after hawaii's kilowatt volcano since molten lava into the streets evacuate evacuees say it's been stressful evacuate portable oxygen so that's the first concern she's eighty eight years old doesn't them and things will come down again and so that we can go back to our home hawaii's governor is activating the national guard to help with those evacuations no immediate reports of injuries former state senate president stan rosenberg bound to pressure and resigned yesterday after more than three decades in politics is wrecking resignation comes in the wake of a scathing ethics report which found rosenberg failed to protect the senate from the actions of his now estranged husband brian hefner the report found after was given full access to rosenberg senate email and he said at least two emails to city officials posing as rosenberg since he resigned rosenberg will be allowed to retain his pension the president claims nbc fabricates it sources after.
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"Sixty degrees in boston and it is going to get cold overnights your weekend weather coming up in just about five minutes time good afternoon i'm kendall buhl some of our top stories noor salman the widow of false nightclub gunman omar mateen acquitted on charges of lying to the fbi she was also accused of helping her husband planned the attack that killed forty nine people also acquitted no suspects or motive in a shooting this morning in dorchester that left one man dead boston police found the victim on quincy street just after nine o'clock and bestselling author anita shreve has died at a new hampshire home she was seventy one years old trees career took off in nineteen ninety eight when oprah winfrey chose her book the pilot's wife for her oprah book club the estranged husband of former state senate president stan rosenberg has been indicted by a grand jury brian hefner is facing ten felony charges including sexual assault after allegations by several men of harassment wbz's ben parker has reaction as an ethics investigation continues on beacon hill senator barbara italian of andover calls news of the indictments against hafer very very troubling and calls it a sad day for the institution of the senate mccallion says victims have to be believed and with the indictments likely feel they are on the road to justice as for senator rosenberg senator lithuanian says he needs to do some serious soul searching for him to decide but i feel that he ought to give serious consideration to you know calling in a career senator talion says this is a distraction for the chamber which still has work to do and wants transparency for the sake of the victims and the public ben parker wbz newsradio ten thirty umass.
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"The weather as the latest storm heads out the next one is rolling in wbz tv's danielle niles joins us just what to expect in the days ahead danielle josh let us know this morning no big here roads more wet than white a couple six spots on anything untreated than another nor'easter on the way for wednesday conditions to deteriorate through the day on wednesday height of the storm i'll be wednesday evening and night into early thursday morning potential for over a foot of snowfall somewhere depending on the tracks still too early for that kind of exact amounts here gusty wind at the coast but lower astronomical high tides means the coastal flood threat we much lower for the storm all right annual key is the week progress has meanwhile some seventy three thousand people still without power across the bay state our ben parker is in situ at this morning with a win still whipping around in scituate folks like davor waiting for the likes to come back on and there is the damage to deal with you know a lot of us loss the roof shingles and gutters downspouts and that kind of stuff the 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 the show are on but it was really do you hide erotic very very windy push bath and she'll just be happy went all of this is behind us i ran and i bike and i can't not and in scituate ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 a harrowing ride off the cape this morning at least three drivers reported chunks of ice falling off the sagnimore bridge smashing their windshields no injuries reported but one car did have to be towed away as the storm cleanup continues the mbta and kiala as advising commuter rail passengers to allow extra time to get to work or school carl stevens has that story kill us spokesman tori mazzola says you can expect delays on the coastal commuter rail routes today kingston plymouth green bush rockport newbury port but they are running and this is after cruised at a lot of clean up over the weekend significant effort by the crude over this week and working twenty four seven to make to prepare to restore.
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"On the threes we'll forget the talk a josh mcdaniel's might be staying on as the patriots offensive coordinator he's not the indianapolis colts announce on their twitter account this morning the mcdaniel's will be there next head coach there will be a news conference tomorrow the patriots have also lost their defensive coordinator map patricia will be introduced as a detroit lions head coach also tomorrow rob gren cal skis neighbors in foxborough are expressing shock that someone would break into the titans home while he was in minneapolis for the super bowl as wbz's ben parker explained garang discover the robbery when he returned home yesterday andrea whose live village neighbor would for four years as a neighbor of rub bronchoscopy she says it's quiet with families and she fueled bad their grown kosgey would return over the super bowl dividers personal space invaded our not obviously best friends they now he is a great asset to our neighbourhood he's so friendly and down to earth and it's we just feel really bad though police won't say what was taken were generally when the break it occurred greco's these home is routed by a fence and gates and andrea suspect she was targeted the town's police chief says this isn't on present situation for anyone involved in a break it and they are continuing their investigation at hoped to bring it to a successful conclusion in foxborough ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 another top story today the wild swings on the stock market today are enough to make your head span they doubt open down five hundred than regain all that ground but censenda markets are really been going from red greenham back to red right now the dow is up again bible 14 points treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the white house is not too worried we continue to believe in the longterm impact of the stock market and just ahead we'll take a look at where the market stand at his new time across the board report from tracey junkie at bloomberg business just ahead on a wbz may day news in.
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"Are in hot water this morning wbz's ben parker explains from end over saying the safety and wellbeing of students as their most important priority and over high school principal philip conrad announced in a statement that varsity head coach chris kutre and two assistants or on administrative leave after allegations about certain coaching methodologies according to wbz tv the department of children and families was told that the coach's denied players water and food after a loss last week on a bus ride home this parents says if the allegations are true they are troubling nice and ethnic game starving sal i i unnecessary penisons awful bowed not going into detail about the reasons for the is being put on leave prints will conrad says he's disheartened to hear of the allegations against members of the coaching staff in andover ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 a driver is arrested this morning after a long chase on the mass pike the pursuit began in framing ham around three thirty this morning local police chasing the ford escape in connection with a reported breaking and entering state police quickly got involved putting out tire deflation devices in western but the driver continued finally stopping at the up ramp to the south station bus garage the driver suffered nonlife threatening injuries and will face a number of charges what president trump held an impromptu news conference last night before flying off to switzerland the president saying he's willing to speak to special counsel robert muller under oath as long as lawyers given the okay this we know you're whatsoever this is not structured whatsoever and i'm looking forward to we now turn to the wbz roundtable with democrat marianne marshon republican gene hard again gene your thoughts on what the president said last night well i hope the president is sincere um it's something when as to be done and uh uh i hope this is not a dance on is part of ben winds up with in saying his lawyers of told them no uh he needs to testify in needs to be truthful and um this process has to contend new and um a special prosecutor has to continue his investigation come up with a result marianne do we take him at his word of course not you can never take donald trump i therefore it's clear what he was trying to do is if he are value out of it the driver.
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"As the storm comes in and gets underway and temperatures this afternoon will start dropping going out thirteen tonight will get a full update in a few more minutes from elliot and a good look at the traffic as well communities across the state has spent the last few days obviously getting ready to clear the roads boston has some forty thousand tons of rock salt at the ready wbz's ben parker has headed west of the city good morning banned where i at this hour welcome oriana i'm on the match and at the framing ham rest area right now i haven't seen a flake of snow yet so so it is somewhere getting ready to move into the area there are some plow plows a outta stationed along the ah the turnpike as well as uh as i was driving around this morning are few of those trucks that are are kind of preparing the roads getting things ready in pre trading and folks have also been getting ready in fact they've been stocking up preteen from soup to nuts milk bread eggs ice cream everything settles ice now inflation for windows and doors we're going to need all of that stuff is this a storm comes in that blizzard warning up there are some signs posted on the highways warning of that blizzard warning in telling people to limit their travel during the storm but so far here in framing ham not a flake but it's on the way in framing a ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 ahead of the storm the mbta says they'll have regular service running on the red orange blue and green lines although some of those may have a reduced schedule the man apparent trolley line will be replaced by a shuttle bus and other regular bus services will operate on designated snow route snow ferry service again today multiple communities announced snow emergencies and parking bans for today including boston braintree everett brookline lawrence new bedford somerville and worcester get most of.
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"In framing ham wbz's ben parker tells us one person was hit at the sherwood park apartments loretta jenkins who lived here sixteen years heard the gunfire i heard it from olynyk keep my window cracked air air one person was shot melanie didn't hear the shots but saw police as they searched for the shooter knack 2 silently sounds as walk in our own if he does and just like trying to i think that guy or something song move but rather says this com like has become more dangerous of late and she's getting out and when i first bulled over his sixty years ago it was beautiful via i loved it here but now i hated olympia that is wild in my house inspect because i'm movement to chicago i don't want to live in a more in framing i'm ben parker wbz newsradio 1030 details coming in in regard to an early morning shooting in madda pan police say it happened at maryknoll and manchester streets the dte w worker was shot just before five a m as he was leaving his house to go to work he was at a dpw jeep at the time who was shot in the leg police believe he was targeted and that this was not a random act were told the victim drove to morton street wbz news time eight forty if you're a snow plough driver looking for work the place to go is main main dot says they have about fifty open positions on their road crews this sheer while the job pays a decent wage and offers benefits officials say many just aren't interested konomi is getting better and better and less loss people are going into that field so that's caused dot to get creative hiring a company out of ohio to find workers for them by objective is keep those roads open in operating and serviceable at all times the dot says these contracted workers will be with them through october of next year but if you're looking for a permanent position you can reach out to the dot that's correspondent deylaud parillo broadcasting from portland maine with that story bc news time eight forty one time for us to head.
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"In boston the morning i'm ben parker in for debt lawler here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom officials say the largest most destructive wild fire burning in southern california is expected to grow as it enters its second week but thomaz fired north of los angeles has prompted tens of thousands of evacuation it's destroyed nearly eight hundred structures in tennessee boston red sox pitcher knuckleball or stephen wright arrested charged with domestic assault following a dispute with his wife he was taken into custody and then released a statement from rights family says it was a verbal argument that led to the domestic assault charge that he never raise their hand state kind of his regulators meet this morning to begin debate on draft regulations to help govern illegal marijuana industry the commission planning to while with the secretary of state's office by the end of the month several people are sickened by fumes and weymouth wbz's doug cope tells us what has matt teams found at a local supermarket i half dozen people were sickened by fumes at the shards supermarket on middle street i talked with fire chief keat start about the injuries we have a proxy six people four people transported to refusals and the extent of their injuries urges being checked uh gis nausea and headaches badly was fixed the building was then ventilated and closed for the day the health department is checking out food to make sure it's okay yin weymouth doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 rescue crews save a man after his car crashes into a pond in winter garden the man was in a nearby parking lot saw the headlights veering the water early sunday morning and call nine one one first responders used a rope to pull the man to safety after he climbed onto the roof of his sinking car officers say the.