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"Focus on tonight's Super Bowl clash between the patriots and Rams competitors. Taking part in a sweaty competition in Estonia. This was not your ordinary marathon in Estonia. It's the sauna marathon teams of four and fancy clothing race each other from sauna to sauna they have to stay in each sauna for at least three minutes, and there are nineteen saunas as part of the race contestants get extra points for diving headfirst into icy pools runners from all over the world, take part from as far away as Japan and Mexico the top prize hot tub. Wendy Gillette, CBS news television reporter in western mass donates in a personal way to help people with cancer. WBZ's Bill, Marcus, explains, Springfield, TV sports. Reporter Amanda king this past week donated ten inches of her long, thick blond hair back for me. And not not. Everyone's that lucky. She gave it to lock for love, which makes free or low cost wigs for kids when they lose their hair, they kind of lose a bit of their identity so getting away again feeling more of themselves feeling beautiful again. It's just really important. King says she made the donation to commemorate world. Answer day on Monday with my bosses permission got to grow my hair a little bit. She's doing a TV story about the experience net airs on the twenty fifth everyone is affected by this disease. She lost an aunt her second mom to breast cancer. That woman loves sports and would have been thrilled to see king. That's a sports reporter Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's News Radio at the weekend box.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of us who don't like the wall it is expensive ineffective. But there are many other kinds of border security that both Democrats and Republicans can agree upon. And I think we'll be able to agree and avoid another shutdown. President Trump signed a Bill late last night allowing for three weeks of funding the office of management and budget, send a memo to agencies saying all furloughed employees may now return to work WBZ TV political analyst John Keller with Hispanic it. Temporarily stops the hemorrhaging and the president's poll numbers and the political backlash against Senate Republicans, but it also sets up the prospect of much more to come if they don't cut a deal. By february. Fifteen Democrats are calling the funding Bill a victory because it reopens the federal government has no money in a currently for a border wall. Meanwhile, President Trump says this is not a concession. But that federal workers will now receive back pay a key. Boston city councillor says a possibility of a fare hike on the T would be regressive and hit those who could least afforded. But under the two thousand fifteen restructuring of the NBA control board, cities and towns, don't have direct say and fare hikes. This city council will have its own hearing on its contribution to the NBA budget city. Councillor, large, Michelle. Woo says even though the law doesn't give the city of Boston its own vote on whether the NBA raises fairs the city still contributes the third largest chunk of the budget. So she says it's based on that contribution that counselor say they want to hear from the public. We have not set a date yet. But we'll do so students on Monday, the NBA board meets they're not saying anything officially about what they're going to do though. The law gives them the. Right. Every two years to raise fares when we continue to make it harder for people to ride the T. We're going against nearly every goal that we've said as the city at a Commonwealth who says there's good reason to have an insulated board, especially when political cycles are so short Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio WBZ NewsRadio has reached out to the NBA for comment. They have deferred comments until Monday's board meeting. The siblings of notorious Boston gangster James Whitey Bulger are now laying claim to his estate more details in just a few minutes here on WBZ. The right now out to the roads, we go eleven thirty three traffic.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That is for sure a secret to staying warm, according to those who have to work outside today layers WBZ's Bill Marcus tells us from Bedford. There's no bad weather, just a bad way to dress for a lot of the folks look like animals that have just been abused. My toddler one man walked by me looks like a cat pulled by its tail across a rug, for example. He didn't wanna talk tan insult to injury. A lot of the folks who have to work menial jobs today like Armando omega. Who is doing deliveries for FedEx when I caught up to him are from the southern hemisphere, five shirts grazie. And that's it. Oats. The next what is your name where you're from Mondo omega from Brazil? Oh, my. Rio de Janeiro known seventy-five winter in Medford, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio plowing snow in these. Icy conditions can be a hazard mill Berea Jeep caught fire while plowing this morning firefighters had to be called out to put out the blaze. They say it's lucky that Jeep wasn't near the house where it was working at the time. Also caught fire in Stover the weekend. Plow truck tipped over icy road in leominster, nobody hurt in any of those incidents as the partial government shutdown. It's day thirty one both Democrats and conservatives have rejected President Trump's weekend offer including temporary protections for young young immigrants. That's an exchange for five point seven billion dollars for a border wall. There is a hint of possible. Movement ahead as we hear from ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Vice president yesterday said that the White House expects the proposal to change in congress and yesterday Democrats were not completely ruling out money for the wall. They just said they didn't want to talk about it until the government is reopened. So we're not there yet. We're not even really close, but we are moving slightly in the right direction. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said no to the offer in response. The president tweeting yesterday Pelosi is radical and acting irrationally coming up who is the best bet. For the Super Bowl..
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's twenty three degrees and overcast in Boston at six o'clock. I'm Garuda Gopi. And here's what's happening. The remnants of. Boston's first significant winter storm are just about gone. But now it's the bone chilling cold to contend with says WBZ TV meteorologist Eric Fisher for heading out this evening for those that have not encountered ice yet be really cautious. It'll be a quick sheet of ice in a matter of minutes. So temperatures continue to falls we head through the evening back into the single digits. Hopefully have cleared away the snow and the ice because it will be freezing up like a brick tonight. When we wake up in the morning temps in the single digits to even a little bit below zero across portions of central mass and the wind will be pretty strong. So windchill advisories. Our windchill warnings northern Worcester county and toward western mass filling like five to thirty below tomorrow morning and the WBZ AccuWeather forecast is coming up. Some good news. Power outages. Haven't been a big problem says Chris Bessie with memo. Year. Massachusetts have been very fortunate. There's only about five hundred customers across the state without power. We were about two thousand customers earlier in the day. But that's something. We'll continue to keep a close eye on. He says it's also fortunate that the storm fell on a holiday weekend with far fewer cars on the road half. The scheduled flights out of Logan were cancelled today. Because of the storm has WBZ's Bill Marcus reports most international carriers that begin their runs later in the day were unaffected Freni is director of aviation for Massport. He says five hundred flights about half the normal. Schedule were cancelled today because of the weather many of them cancelled their flights today throughout the day and didn't leave airplanes here. Last night, buddy. Says he expects everything to be back to normal by later in the morning on Monday. We'll have the services even better than they are right now for the startup tomorrow. So the cold isn't really the problem. It's it's the precip and frozen precept that we have to deal with among the airlines at reduced their schedules today. Hey, Freddie, says we're JetBlue American delta and United Bill Marcus WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Amtrak expects to have all of its trains back on a full schedule. Tomorrow after a weekend of cancellations and delays caused by the winter storm among.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Rough go for the rest of the weekend here, Sherri back to you. Partial government shutdown. Mr. Trump is offering more protection for young people brought to America illegally children and for other migrants fan exchange for more than five and a half billion dollars to fund a steel border wall. But he now says not a continuous wall. Only where appropriate I incorporating the priorities of rank and file Democrats and our plan. We hope they will offer their enthusiastic support. And I think many will Democrats say no they made their own move yesterday to try to break the impasse. That's kept the government shutdown for a record twenty nine days. They're offering to provide hundreds of millions of dollars more for border security CBS news special report, I'm Sam Litzinger. And that's a CBS special report talking about just minutes ago. President Trump spoke from the White House on border security and a proposal to end the government shutdown. That is now in today. Twenty nine back to our top story now. The weather with old man winter getting ready to strut his stuff Meema is in full blown storm mode. WBZ's Bill Marcus has that story for us. Chris Bessie is a spokesman for the Massachusetts emergency management agency. People have any special medical needs to use medical equipment. We want them to think about an advanced. Maybe they have a backup battery they can use. Maybe they've got a plan to go to a friends or neighbors house, so they can use. If they do lose power in Worcester. DPW Commissioner Paul Mussi says the last thing he wants to do is tow cars that aren't where they're supposed to be a big concern me about and then the very cold temperatures around zero a single digits by Monday morning and both men say down. Power lines are a big concern. It's a kind of I still don't can break tree branches and power lines dollars. Bill, Marcus, WBZ, Austin's NewsRadio. This state transportation department says that there will be four thousand pieces of equipment keeping major roads. Clear tomorrow, a man faces murder charges in a deadly Roxbury shooting that happened in broad daylight yesterday that story coming up..
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Well, it's a pretty active winter across much of the nation right now, though, not here at least not yet. But you know, it will be a deadly. Winter storm is pushing east where it's expected to dump a foot of snow across parts of the mid Atlantic. Seven people were killed when the storm moved through the mid west Friday and Saturday gridlock in traffic and delaying thousands of flights people in the DC metro area are getting the worst of it today. Reporter Matt Gregory caught up with a few people braving the elements in the nation's capital. So we're here in Georgia. We found these guys running down the street. What are you doing this morning? Ron and join the beautiful weather like snowfall. I mean can't beat this. This kind of thing you don't mind. Every once in a while. Maybe. You just log the miles. Right. You gotta gotta got him in. So. So far the storm is left about two hundred thousand people without power as we mentioned we haven't had any big storms around here yet. But when they do come, and, you know, they will WBZ's Bill Marcus has some seasonal reminders about getting ready out in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. They've got a driving school called Bridgestone where Kurt spritz Sner is an instructor if you live in snow country in Boston is definitely snow country. If you don't change your tires to winter tires around October early November, you're limiting your ability to drive safely, also make sure they're at the right pressure for the car tire pressures are something that is very very carefully determined by the automobile manufacturer and tire supplier for that vehicle as for icy says, it's better to have control and.
Kevin Spacey to appear in Court Monday on sexual assault charge
"Actor Kevin Spacey will have his day in court WBZ reporter Bill Marcus, actor Kevin Spacey is being summoned to appear in nam tuck district court in person Monday to answer your charge of indecent assault and battery on a person over fourteen the actor is accused of groping the eighteen year old son of a local TV anchor two summers ago after plying the young man with drinks at an an target restaurant where the young man worked as a busboy Bill Marcus
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News, Washington. Nancy Pelosi back on the rostrum in the house chamber on Capitol Hill, the top democrat in the house showing no sign she's willing to give in to the president's demands. For funding for a border wall speaker Pelosi sitting down with CBS Sunday morning to discuss cer- tenure. And whether the fact that the president hasn't publicly come out against her indicate see respect, sir. Doesn't matter to me. What matters to me is that he recognized that the congress of the United States is the first branch of government that were Coequal branch of government. And that we are in this represent the people you can hear more from speaker Pelosi tonight on sixty minutes right here on WBZ, your grandmother entered two young, grandchildren. Safe after good Samaritans helped get them away from a car flyer on route ninety three but to know Vienna was Ottaway to a birthday party with thirteen year old and three month old granddaughters yesterday, she drove over a mattress in the highway. It got wedged beneath the vehicle, and before she knew it the mattress and car were on fire passing motorists alerting her to the fact, she pulled over and got her grandkids out with help from good Samaritans just in time as the car became engulfed in flames dove, yellow says, she's grateful to those whose stopped to help the superintendent of schools in wister says the budget, she has to work with right? Right now is making it difficult to staff classrooms when teachers are sick. The WBZ's Bill Marcus reports the superintendent says based on what she's hearing from Boston this week though, she's optimistic for next year Wooster superintendent marine bananas right now, you can't make more than seventy dollars a day subbing in Worcester. And legally she can't raise the rate the challenges of about budget that's not affected, but she says hearing the governor and the Senate president this week speak about increasing the foundation budget has gotten their hopes up, especially when veteran teachers demand as much as three times the going salary. I don't want to substitute Bill Marcus WBZ. Boston's newsradio..
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The standard of care for cancer. But the cancer center at Beth Israel, Deaconess, our physician, scientists are seeking the standard of cure. Learn more at the idea MC dot org slash cancer center. It's three zero five actor Kevin Spacey is prepping for what's sure to be a high profile court appearance in Nantucket tomorrow. WBZ's Bill Marcus has a preview summers ago when he was working as a busboy at the club car restaurant on Nantucket, the eighteen year old son of local TV anchor Heather on rue was allegedly molested by actor Kevin Spacey. Tomorrow Spacey, whose real name is Kevin Fowler appears in district court in Nantucket to be arraigned for the charge of assault on a person older than fourteen Spacey had tried to get a judge to waive his appearance saying it would prejudice any local jury pool. But a judge rejected that argument Bill Marcus WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio the first of what will likely be three separate trials against an Amherst lawyer accused of sexual assault against three women gets underway. Tomorrow jury selection will begin in the case involving Amherst attorney James Martin in an apparent incident. From November twenty fifteen a judge denied a prosecution request trial three cases together Martin has been free pending the trials after pleading not guilty in all of the cases. Today's the twenty fifth anniversary of one of the most infamous sports stories in American history. The attack on Olympic figure skater and stone them native, Nancy. Kerrigan video would have been viral. If that were thing in one thousand nine hundred four when Nancy Kerrigan on the ground after a practice session in Detroit.
"bill marcus" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In opening the government because they think the president is paying a price politically, and that's unfortunate acting White House chief of staff, Nick Mulvaney. The president says he could declare an emergency in order a border wall to be built White House. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders. Exploring every option available that the president has what is that a viable option. Whatever action. He takes will certainly be lawful. And we're looking at every option we can't from democratic congressman, David Sicily. We want to secure our border and respond to these challenges. But we want to do it in a way that works away that will achieve the objective. And so what we're saying to the president's opened up the government. These other departments have nothing to do with. This do not punish the American people by shutting down government. If you don't get your way gays sixteen of the partial government shutdown Selena Sanders on FOX Mulvaney on CNN, windy, like sixty miles an hour or so from Seattle to Tacoma to Olympia power is out to thousands of customers in the state of Washington. We had some gusts moved to the area creating problems for a lot of our power lines. So we have about two hundred and twenty thousand customers without power Andrew Padilla with the Puget Sound energy. There are arrests in a case that's gained nationwide. Attention set your bail at no bail. Time being personal bond. Prove a suspect arraigned in the killing of jasmine Barnes seven-year-old shot and killed while riding in the family car in Houston too. Young black men are under arrest officials had said they were looking for a middle aged white male. Kevin Spacey, we'll have his day in court tomorrow. WBZ's Bill Marcus actor Kevin Spacey is being summoned to appear in nam tuck district court in person Monday to answer a charge of indecent assault and battery on a person over fourteen the actor is accused of groping the eighteen year old son of a local TV anchor two summers ago after applying the young man with drinks at an an tuck it restaurant where the young man worked as a busboy Bill Marcus for CBS news, Boston..
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good morning, I'm cope. And here's what's happening. It is a new year. It's back to work in Washington. Sort of the partial government shutdowns continuing nothing is expected out of congress today. ABC's? Karen Travers says there may be some action at the White House in Trump has invited house and Senate leaders from both parties to a briefing on border security at the White House today it's day twelve of the partial government shutdown, and this will be the first sit down like this during stalemate and the president's first meeting with democratic leaders since at ten spank and fourth in the Oval Office on December eleventh, it would take a significant compromise to reach a major breakthrough. And for now, the president and democratic leaders are signaling. They're not ready to budge. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House over time between Christmas and New Year's usually a big vacation week for families. But the Jansky family from Wisconsin in DC for a family getaway. We're sad to learn the Smithsonian was closed because of the government shutdown. We didn't get to do like the natural history museum. Disappointing because I'm learning about some of this stuff in school, and I really wanted to see it and like real life zoo in Washington also closed today. Police in Hartford Connecticut, releasing some more information this morning about a twenty three year old man was being sought by Worcester. Police for stabbing his girlfriend more than thirty times and taking off with her six year old son WBZ's Bill Marcus with more on this story. Twenty-three-year-old Edgar manual Maldonado was taken into custody without incident in midtown Manhattan at five thirty this morning. He was wanted for attempted murder. First degree assault second degree kidnapping and risk of injury to a minor police say he allegedly stabbed his girlfriend over thirty times. Just before two AM and then fled with her seven-year-old son, abandoning the boy and a vehicle on providence street in Worcester. She was bleeding and screaming for help the boy was found wandering by a passer-by just after. Five AM on New Year's day after six hours of surgery. The girlfriend was said to be listed as critical Bill Marcus WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty picking up the pieces and Fall River. That's following a devastating fire at an apartment complex blaze at the four wins apartments was caused yesterday after a car smashed fifteen feet into the building hip natural gas lines in the boiler room, fueling that blaze of all river woman in the car was killed. A passenger remains in critical condition. Number of residents. Now, homeless the fiery igniting several times since the initial crash.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The judge's decision. Buddy says the law remains in place while the ruling is being appealed the president tweeting the congress should pass a new law. President Trump's attorney categorically ruling out the possibility of a presidential. It issue you with the special counsel Robert butter Rudy Giuliani, telling Fox News Sunday that an interview would happen quoting now over my dead body. The special counsel investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia has continued to ask for an interview with the president last month the White House and written answers in response to the special counsel's questions about possible collusion, the White House resisting answering any questions on possible. Obstruction of Justice will have more on the Russia investigation coming up to fifty five the White House disc. Counting claims by president. Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen, then candidate Trump knew about payments to silence, Karen, McDougal, and stormy Daniels and knew they were wrong on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. The president's attorney Rudy Giuliani suggesting that co and maybe cooperating with prosecutors because he knows the president will not pardon him for his convictions for financial crimes, I had this specific conversation with his lawyers. Say what he wants. I told his lawyers we noticed Giuliani. Cobbing co Cohen a pathological liar to medical dispensaries so shut down by Massachusetts public health officials because they were using a natural pesticide through cultivation facility. WBZ's Bill Marcus reports triple them in a statement says they've stopped using the pesticide a cease and desist and quarantine order was issued to registered marijuana dispensary m three ventures after an inspection of the company's cultivation facilities that was Wednesday on Friday, the company in a statement said it stopped using the pesticide in September. And that when it did use it it only use it in the early stages of cultivation and never on flower buds. Triple also says the pesticide in question is approved for growing produce as well as cannabis in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, Illinois, and Ohio, nevertheless, triple canopy. Products will be temporarily unavailable for sale at the company's dispensary in Plymouth and mashpee Bill Marcus WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty adding updates on the situation at its two dispensaries will be posted.
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"It's blustery out there. Grabbed weather together coming up. I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ news. Our top story recounts are on in Florida for the races of governor Senate and agriculture Commissioner the announcement. After officials in Broward County met their noon deadline today to deliver all ballots. Statewide, elections ABC's Andy Field says it'll be days before Floridians know who will be their next governor and Senator in south Florida, but boats have all been counted. The votes have been transmitted to the states Broward County council Eugene is saying it's not unusual to take a few days to count all the votes, and that governor Rick Scott's claims aren't true. There have been allegations of fraud. Those are serious charges to records Lee offer out there, there's no basis for it. Because the Senate and governor races are so close they have now triggered a vote. Recount Andy Field ABC news. The unofficial results show that Republican former congressman Rhonda Santa's let democratic Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum by less than half a percent. Percentage point this afternoon. Gillam took back his concession. We'll let me say clearly, I am replacing my words of concession within uncompromised in unapologetic call that we count every single vote we vote, and I say this recognizing that my fate in this may or may not change and the Senate race Republican governor Rick Scott's lead over democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is less than a quarter of a percentage point, which means they'll have to recount those ballots by hand in Georgia Republican Brian Kemp pushing for Democrats Stacey Abrams to concede the Georgia governor's race in as civil rights groups urge her to keep on fighting campaign issued a statement today saying it is mathematically impossible for Abrahams to even force a runoff. Unofficial returns show Kemp with fifty point three percent of almost four million. Votes and a roughly sixty three thousand vote lead over Abrahams. In front of an audience of three dozen in folding chairs and a few curious tourists. Activists tells a slave auction today their objection was to underscore their call for a city council hearing on stripping the name of Peter Faneuil from the building in central Boston that bears his name WBZ's Bill Marcus was there and files this report..
Red Sox vs LA Dodgers World Series predictions
"Game one of the world's series is Tuesday night. The Boston Red Sox versus the LA. Dodgers WBZ reporter Bill Marcus has. Predictions from Red Sox fans, the consensus seems to be six games. If you say for you too cocky, you know, seven it's you don't you don't believe enough so six five or six that's moves from station landing in Medford he insists he's the biggest SOX fan. There is for meritorious is from Everett mass. I was most nervous about the Astros.
Report: Harvard did not consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American
"Ahead. Of the midterms there's a report that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren is a. Law professor. In the nineteen nineties was Not based on any assertion that she. Has. Native American heritage the globe reports interviews and documents show the issue, was not considered by Harvard law faculty or those. Who hire the now US Senator two jobs at other schools critics have. Said Warren advanced her career claiming she's, a distant descendant of Cherokee and Delaware tribes perhaps Warren's biggest detractor President Trump has repeatedly referred to. Her as Pocahontas and mocking her claims of heritage Warren posting documents on her. Website related, to her job in school applications and is again saying her heritage played no role in getting her hired, anywhere
Study finds high rate of opioid overdoses for construction workers
"Workers who are dying from overdoses related. To opioid addiction in Massachusetts her most likely to be working in a. Profession with little security and without paid sick leave as WBZ's Bill Marcus. Tells us that was just one of the. Findings from a state health department study Construction workers are six times more likely to get hooked on. Opioids commercial fishing not far behind that's, in. Part due to the macho culture of. These occupations which suggests toughing it out when you're working, in pain, Jody sugarman Rosen is executive director of the Massachusetts coalition. For occupational safety and health care about addressing opioid addiction and opioid overdose death if you're not looking at. Reducing workplace, injury you're missing a key strategy another part of. The problem is that of a construction worker gets hurt someone right on the job can get them opioids, so they can just keep on
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Former, police officer, is, fine for violating ethics. Rules details from WBZ's Bill Marcus Police sergeant Thomas Fleming agreed that he went to foul of two sections, of the Massachusetts conflict of interest law he recommended northern XBox community college where he works by sports gear, from a company in which he also, had an interest Fleming's lawyer Thomas Kylie says his. Client had. No intent to. Break the law who is he found out. There was a violation or a, potential, violation, that he informed the, coach. President of this receiving commissions in refunded the money, that he believed he had improperly received price tag for the two infractions five thousand dollars Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty New Hampshire woman gets at least a year in prison for stealing. Money from her eighty seven year old mother-in-law police say Elizabeth Whitehead forged more than two dozen withdrawal slips taking forty four thousand. Dollars from the woman Whitehead disputes the amount of money taken and hearing will, be Scheduled to determine the total amount she owes. A. Bedford New Hampshire woman has died from injuries received in an accident last month while she was riding. Her bicycle Diana and Toshiba died two weeks after police responded, to a report, of a medical emergency officials are thanking those who sent him video footage of the Birkdale road area. Around the time of the accident the cause of the crash still under investigation the reward for information leading to a missing. Twenty year. Old Iowa college student is climbing into the hundreds of thousands of. Dollars a spokesman for crime stoppers have central Iowa says the reward for information leading Demolli Tibbets stands at two hundred and sixty thousand dollars and will likely continue to climb the crime stoppers website has added a pay pal, linked to the Molly Tibbets tab so the public can also contribute money to the fund crime stoppers says all tips called in or submitted online are anonymous. Molly's family continues to hold out hope that the twenty.
Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, prompting tsunami warning
"Going on because like I said the alert went off and I just, ignored it because it was down pouring so. I just thought, that it was just so regular normal thunder and lightning alert that happens we don't get tornadoes in Massachusetts so they're. Okay but her car. Is crushed by a tree in Webster Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty I remember if you can't get to a. Radio and you want to very latest news. Download the iheartradio. App and you can have WBZ on your. Phone mass dot says all four lanes of I. Ninety are now, open a day earlier than expected, the on, and off ramps to. WBZ's Bill Marcus has more I ninety had been reduced to. Two lanes each way and wasn't previously scheduled to open up again until Monday morning but. The DOT now says it's. Commonwealth avenue bridge repair work his running twenty four hours ahead of schedule so the highway is now. Fully open highway administrator Jonathan Gulliver says the. Contractors still have a few More incentives to achieve but as of now they're, hitting or beating the schedule in this case we have just just about five. Million dollars in incentives put up so that if they hit all their major milestones that's what. They could earn on the other, hand if they. If they blow their schedule miss everything there there was. A endless amount of disincentives that. Will keep on piling Gulliver says come app still has to be opened asked us the green line and that, adds up to another week of work at. Least the goal, is to have traffic back to normal by next weekend Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a magnitude seven earthquake strikes. Off the north coast. Of Indonesia's island of Lombok this morning triggering so NAMI warnings only a week ago the island was hit by a. Six point four quake which killed seventeen people. And injured scores. More Indonesia's meteorology agency says the island's experience. More than one hundred aftershocks in the four hours. After last week's, quake and had predicted and other A major tremor was imminent so far we have no word of. Casualties WBZ news time is nine oh three Venezuela's president is targeted by Sassoon's tell you who's accused coming up in.
Thailand's rescued cave boys complete their time as novice Buddhist monks
"Box office so WBZ box. Office is now open be the seventh, caller, at, six one, seven nine three one seven thirty and win a pair, of high-speed passes aboard highlight cruises with services between Hyannis and Martha's, Vineyard for, more information visit. Highline cruises dot com WBZ, news time. At three twenty five the PawSox. Are sending a signal they're ready for. A move to. Worcester WBZ's Bill Marcus has that story will we soon be calling the minor league, PawSox the worst socks. The Boston Red Sox AAA affiliate filing three trademark applications for. The word woo socks the applications would lock in the teams. Right to woo socks branded merchandise if, they went to Worcester but are they going? Lawyer for the team reportedly says the application made by a Delaware. Based limited liability company his. Just precautionary and not the team hasn't informed the league that. It wants to move the action comes a month after the, state of Rhode Island authorized the city of Pawtucket to, fund almost half Half. The cost of a new eighty three million dollar stadium at Slater mill Bill Marcus, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. The members of the boys soccer team rescued from a cave. In northern Thailand have completed their time as not as Buddhist. Monks the ordained ten days ago to, give thanks for their three week ordeal and? Show gratitude to all those who helped them about three hundred people. Gathered for the ceremony on. A rainy Saturday morning that saw the boys leave temple life. To return to their families those attending gave arms flowers food, and money as a gesture of their religious devotion WBZ news time three twenty-seven severe weather including a tornado have been tracking east much of the day today the story's been dominating the newscasts here on WBZ and our Karyn regal. Has been reporting from Webster, where the tornado touchdown and she joins us now Karen Horribly destructive. See now even more so than, it was before I, got here shortly after the tornado hit and people were gathering around. To see what had happened on main street and their town in Webster in what had happened was as we learned later yeah a tornado there are, three He's inside. Buildings on main street and you've seen these buildings and main streets all across America on the bottom for our businesses and on the top floor apartment then what happened is tornado came through and I'm on the other side of the street is. NATO, came from. Right to left The roof off the first building took the second roof of the building with it and ripped off the third the. Roof of the third building and just, kind of like a blanket over, the third building and what I'm watching now is that building in the center of these building being torn down the fire marshal. And the fire chief here have decided that they are structurally deficient in simply cannot stand they are in danger of collapsing Daryl So how many buildings. Are we talking about all told that will. Have to be raised we're talking about at, least two here's a third that may have to be raised at his, directly next, door to the buildings where people lived in people work it was a supermarket there's another one across the street that's in danger it's, allergic reeburg industrial buildings have been converted into apartments that's in some trouble there's another one that the dance spoiler that's in a former house there, are people out here boarding. Up windows there's another one next to that that houses I believe a pet shop with sighting was just walked, off the building you know like a like a kid like ripping off construction paper for for. A project on the mobile station next door to the vacant supermarket which is also endangered possibly being torn down the the roof of that is twisted in such a way that we were told by. The fire chief supporters overstating under there Get out of the rain that we should move like right now 'cause that thing was in danger of coming down like a, like a piece of ten Wow A lot of damage in the, town and you got to remember this. Happened Yeah So it feels a lot longer and we're and they're just starting to go through people live here and work. Here I talked to the owner of the building that I'm watching turned into toothpicks now he bought it three years. Ago We just started renovating it a year half ago it was with the town administrator at the grand opening of a. Furniture store the streets of the emergency alert started going off and they were hoping oh maybe it's not too bad All right Karen Destroyed Yup Karen we're going to have to. Leave it there WBZ's Karyn regal. And Webster WBZ's Mike Macklin is coming up right now and he'll. Have the, latest Threes.
Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple
"Boston and all of New England WBZ. News time is ten nineteen right now we've got eighty three degrees and cloudy. Skies in Boston. And some, wild weather on the way right now there's a tornado warning for southeastern, Worcester county and south central Middlesex County and there's a flood watch in effect for the city and most. Of the inland suburbs through five today WBZ's Karyn regal is on the way to Worcester county to check out the storms that are heading our way and WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore we'll have an update coming up in. Just, a few minutes here on WBZ again a tornado warning for southeastern Worcester county and south central Middlesex County in effect until ten. Forty, five this morning in other news now Portugal and Spain are sweltering under an intense wave of heat that is produced near record temperatures in the southern European countries and the Russian airlines has one of its helicopter Has crashed. Shortly after, takeoff inside Syria killing all eighteen people aboard the YouTube airline which operated, the m one m I eight helicopter says in a statement that preliminary information indicates the aircraft's blades collided. With another helicopter that had taken off earlier this morning from the pad in Vancouver which is just above the Arctic circle eleven members of the Thai soccer team who were rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand last month. In, their time is monks said a Buddhist temple they serve nine days in the monastery along with their coach in honor of a. Volunteer, diver who died during their rescue the boys and their coach spent more than two weeks in the cave before they were rescued in an international operation that captured world attention As President Trump, heads to, a rally in Ohio today he may face, some serious backlash after reigniting the feud with. Hometown hero LeBron James James accused the president of, trying to divide the country through sports during an interview with CNN's Don lemon President. Trump tweeted in response to that interview saying it, made James, Looksmart which is an easy to do ABC news chief political analyst Matthew Dowd looks at how this one tweet could affect the president support his basis moved by this I think it only what it does more much more importantly as solidifies the, opposition to Donald Trump and it raises. Questions about whether or not there are racist tinge elements to this he seems to refer. To successful black people as dumb he did it with Maxine. Waters the congresswoman he's done it with Don lemon and broadcaster and now he's done it with LeBron James so I don't, think it fundamentally affects his base but it does make people that are opposed him much more post to the president also added in the The tweet he liked Mike which many believe refers to the basketball all. Star player Michael Jordan Say. It, ain't. So we may soon be cheering for the Red Sox AAA teams by going whoa whoa whoa WBZ's, Bill Marcus says Moore patent application that would lock, in the Red Sox, minor league AAA, teams right, to sell branded merchandise from a new, locale his raising the question whether the Pawtucket Red. Sox a. Really on their way, to Worcester the teams applied for three trademarks to the name woo socks lawyers for the team say the applications are just precautionary. And that no official word has been sent to the league that the team, intends to, move securing the, trademarks would ensure the teams, intellectual property rights to Worcester oriented merchandise Rhode Island lawmakers in June gave the. City of Pawtucket the okay to float thirty eight million dollars in bonds for a new eighty three, million dollar. Stadium for the team built Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ. News time is ten twenty, two we are watching a tornado warning for parts of. Middlesex County And parts of wister county. AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore we'll have details coming up on traffic and weather.
Trump threatens U.S. government shutdown over immigration
"On the. Way home from seeing his wife and newborn child WBZ's Bill Marcus reports there's an. Online effort to help the man's loved ones a gofundme. Page has been set, up for the. Family of thirty two year old Kevin Quinn of mashpee who served two tours in Afghanistan go fund me sponsors say Quinn's car late Friday was hit, head, on by a vehicle being driven by a twenty two year old who. Is being pursued by police police in bar civil say Quinn was, taken a south shore hospital where he died from his injuries the driver of the other car was pronounced. Dead at the scene a twenty four year old woman who was. With the twenty two year old was hospitalized in critical condition Go fund me sponsors say Quinn's baby Logan. Audrey was, just born on the twenty, fifth, and that the veteran was on his. Way home from visiting the, infant and his, wife CARA. In the hospital Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty that go fund, me page has raised roughly fifty thousand dollars since last night for the latest on this story keep WBZ with you all. The time by downloading the free iheartradio app WBZ news. Time one oh one in New Hampshire eight people are recovering after two trees fall. On a building during heavy thunderstorms just about all three. Thousand homes and businesses, that lost power. Are now back online the Trump legal team it's fire at the president's longtime attorney who now raises new questions about the Russia investigation I'm Tom Foty, speaking, as the president's private lawyer ex New York mayor Rudy Giuliani returned to. Sunday news broadcasts to attack the credibility of one of Mr. Trump's, earlier legal aids Michael Cohen that after reports dot cone is not willing to speak to the special Russian Meddling investigator, about the two thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting, Russians linked to the Kremlin and dispute Mr. Trump on what he knew about it and when I don't believe Michael Cohen Michael Cohen is also the guy that tape them without telling him one such cone Trump tape was also bay public this past week. Giuliani was on face the nation Tom Foty CBS news Washington more tough talk from President Trump. On immigration on Twitter he. Says he's willing to have the government shutdown if Democrats blocked proposals like the Mexican border wall Ohio Republican congressman Steve stivers tells ABC news it probably won't come, to that I think. We're gonna make sure we keep the government open but we're gonna get better policies on. Immigration we need border security democratic congressman Ben Ray Luhan tells ABC his, party wants broader immigration debate and new legislation must also cover dreamers those immigrants brought. Illegally to the US, says children's Democrats want to, work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all Of our issues across the, country President Trump is tweeting the, US must quote get rid of the lottery catch and release and finally go to a system of immigration based on merit the president also calls on congress to fix in his words the dumbest and. Worst immigration laws anywhere in the world, the publisher of the New York Times says he told President Trump in the White House meeting his anti-press language is. Not just divisive but increasingly dangerous AG souls Berger, says he also related, concerns about the. President's labelling of journalists says the enemy of. The people and warned that such inflammatory language is contributing to a rise and threats against journalists symbol, lead to, violence, shows Berger says he did. Not ask Mr. Trump at their. July twentieth meeting to soften as attacks on the times which, the president regularly derides as the failing New. York Times the publisher, ads he, implored the president to reconsider his broader attacks on journalism this comes after the president tweeted about the. Meeting calling it good and interesting and that, they talked about quote vast amounts of fake news being put out by the media There's more trouble with tainted water, in Michigan details on.
President Trump, President and Bill Marcus discussed on Own It
"Story. This hour A marine who had just become a dad dying tragically Friday night after a head on collision on the Cape WBZ's Bill Marcus has more thirty two year old Kevin quiff mashpee was on. His way home from seeing his wife and newborn baby girl early Saturday morning. When a twenty two year Old Trafford struck his SUV had on the driver of the other. Car was pronounced dead at the scene Quinn was taken the south shore, hospital where he later died the veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan was a founder of an excavation and septa company barnstable police are investigating a gofundme page was set, up for the family and it says the twenty two year old. At the time was being pursued by police, Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty eight people are injured in New Hampshire after thunder storms knocked appear. Of trees into a building in strafford last night, two of the eight head more serious injuries but all were expected. To recover. The storm. Knocked out power, to about three thousand homes and. Businesses most We're back on by this. Morning President Trump says he is willing to shut down the government. If he doesn't get his way I'm. Tom Foty insisting we need people he calls. Great people coming into our country President Trump sent out a couple of immigration, related tweets from. His New, Jersey luxury golfers award in one he charged that many illegal immigrants are just using children for what. He calls their own sinister purposes in another. Mr. Trump threatens our government shutdown if Democrats don't, supply votes to provide border security, which he, insists includes, the. Wall Tom Foty CBS news Washington there were reports last week that Russians had attempted to hack the computer system of democratic Senator Claire mccaskill of Missouri along with two other unidentified prominent Democrats today, Republican Senator James Langford of Oklahoma a member of the intelligence committee said on ABC news that all Americans should be worried about Russian efforts to attack computer. Systems ahead of the midterm elections he said it shows that the. Kremlin is still intent on disrupting American democracy misinformation is one side of it then. Hacking, into computers as they did for the DNC hacking into state election systems that's a separate group. Within the Russian government but both of. Them are actively still at work you said. Russian election interference must not become a partisan issue he said both parties are, equally affected by. It President, Trump meets with the enemy after calling the media the enemy of the people the president sits down. With the publisher of the New York Times. Trump tweeted that he had a very good and, interesting meeting with AJ Salzburger the, New York, Times tells, the. Washington Post that sells burger did meet with the president it had been off the record until the president's tweet he says he told the president that his referring to the press as the enemy, of the people was inflammatory dangerous and could lead to violence some folks in the midwest are told don't drink the water.
Japan heat wave raises concerns over Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics
"Five oh eight in business news Asian markets mixed today is. Concerns over trade. Tensions moved to the forefront at the meeting this weekend at the group of twenty industrial nations Wall Street stocks fell for the second straight session on Friday Jason Brooks sticks look at the numbers stocks were down slightly in a back and forth session with the Dow dropping six points to, twenty five thousand fifty. Eight NASDAQ down five points at seventy eight twenty p losing two points to twenty eight one oil was. Up a dollar to seventy dollars in forty six cents a barrel President Trump says he's ready to slap every. Chinese import with tariffs totaling just over five hundred billion, dollars a Bank of, the west study finds that. Most millennials would rather invest in home ownership than the stock market ninety percent of millennials plan, to eventually own. A home Jason Brooks CBS news economic reports due out today the national. Association of realtors releases existing home. Sales for. June alphabet Inc. Which owns Google reports quarterly financial results. After the. Markets close New England's lobster industry faces new challenges in selling the seafood to Europe and China but the trouble has not caused prices to budge much for American consumers retailers. Are selling. Live lobsters in, these seven. To twelve dollars per pound range in Maine where the industry is based that's not too far behind recent summer prices taking a. Look at the future is the European markets all down in. Active trading the. Futures are down as well the s. and p. down three and a half the NASDAQ down twenty six the Dow currently down forty two points WBZ news time five nine officials and community leaders in Boston or again asking the public to step up and help out with violence prevention efforts, after a fatal shooting. In pan two, men were shot yesterday one has died the others still recovering WBZ's Bill Marcus spoke to. Mayor Marty Walsh he's been working with community members and trying to stem the tide of homicides in Boston we. Had a very tough for the July weekend we had, a lot of efforts, we sat down a lot, of people met with a lot of people to talk about bringing down, the violence in the, city in Roxbury. Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio Oh ten thirty mourners have placed candles at the shooting scene no arrests have. Yet been made investigators say a woman shot. In tops field on Saturday afternoon was struck at random the sixty four year old. Woman is recovering at a local. Hospital from a gunshot wound to the chest police confirm she was shot while. Inside a home and that the shots came from outside, the house arrests yet bathe in that case, Japan is, in the grip of a record heat wave which has already killed several dozen residents and sent thousands to. The hospital compounded by high humidity scorching temperatures. Are raising concerns at the. Summer Olympics in July twenty twenty could. Prove the most hazardous yet correspondent Lucy craft has more from Tokyo in midsummer Tokyo becomes. A sauna so hot and humid that just watching. An event outdoors can trigger heatstroke..
Thai Soccer Team Spends First Day at Home With Families
"Business. On WBZ, NewsRadio ten, thirty eight, Tracey well these twelve boys have inspired the world. And. They continue to do so the boys and. Their soccer coach rescued from that flooded cave in Thailand are finally out of. The. Hospital they've gained a little bit of weight and some wisdom ABC's James Longman was on hand as the young team spoke at a news conference today. Voice lost on average nine pounds in. The cave but each has gained roughly six pounds back. Off the boys announcing they want to be navy seals, when they grow up the. Other half. Professional soccer players they all apologize to their parents. Forever going to the cave in the first place some of the boys retreated from minor infections but are. Otherwise said to be, doing well rocklin on the south is having a difficult time Shaking a, self out of a sex scandal that's rocked town government there as we hear from our Bill Marcus the. Town unwittingly put. Itself in this position years ago Rockland town chairman Larry, Ryan says the rule that prevents the board from terminating suspended administrator Allan Chaka dates back to the nineteen nineties Tom by law to protect the administrator's office from becoming a political. Football and that when we first instituted it working out there. Now he says it's protecting Chaka the rule says four votes or a super majority, of the five member board are required to vote. On termination but selectmen board member Deirdra hall who was having an affair with Chaka resigned and selectmen Edward Kimball who was having an affair with hall we'll, have to recuse himself that leaves three votes which at this point says Ryan is. Not enough to act Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty and the suds will soon be flowing along the Charles river the DCR's chosen night Shift brewing to run the seasonal beer gardens DC our Commissioner Leah ROY says one of, them will be on the esplanade on the other at a park here on soldiers field road that's, where we are these types of beer. Gardens are very family friendly think bombs and dads, with kids in strollers people stopping by after a long run along the Charles or a sale of community boating this is really a different kind of atmosphere. To enjoy the outdoors Okay Chris stop making me laugh off. Air people say what are they laughing about is there anything to laugh about in sports, from the as hticket dot com sports studio there's not necessarily something to laugh about but certainly something, to be encouraged about curbs the big story of the day at least for Boston fans especially for green teamers Marcus smart, in Adrian Wolski of ESPN report that, Celtics boss Danny, ages seriously engaged in, contract talks with the guards agent whose name happens to be happy that's just an, aside potential deal said to be in the area of four years smart a restricted free agent spent much of last week meeting with other teams fielding..
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A home in canton friday night according to police doron day beth thea was one of several suspects who fled a break in on mill street in a pickup truck after being spotted by officers but he jumped from the truck after a short chase and discarded a gun before being arrested the remaining suspects ran from the vehicle after it crashed a short time later wbz's bill marcus talks to canton police chief kenneth berkowitz who says but theo was caught thanks to a very brave police officer really disregard us on safety i mean we quit dash cam video of the suspect jumping out with a firearm minutes upset chen chased him into the woods by himself i can't things about that would be robbers the would be robbers were trying to get away with about two thousand dollars in cash and a small safe police in rhode islander investigating a wave of armed burglaries last night was the second in as many days officials say five or six armed and masked man broke into a house on lisbon street in providence while two people were home around midnight the suspects robbed in assaulted one man in the house on friday morning armed robbers broke into a home on myrtle street and left a family tied up inside these are the latest in a string of violent home invasions in providence this summer wbz news time is six eleven and it's time now for sports charlie birger on in.
Microsoft seeks regulation of facial recognition technology
"News time three nineteen we've got seventy eight degrees cloudy skies in boston top stories now as president trump prepares for his upcoming summit with ladimir putin protesters and supporters have been on full display throughout president european visit summit is scheduled to happen monday in helsinki secretary of state mike pompeo says he believes that the upcoming summit with russia will happen and that it puts america in a better place some democratic leaders want the meeting cancelled after indictments were announced accusing twelve russian operatives of election meddling meantime president trump is blaming the obama administration for not doing enough to prevent russian election interference the also took shots at cnn by making fun of the networks president wbz news time three twenty a jaguar escapes from its enclosure in the zoo in new orleans and kills six animals the adult male jag was reported missing from its habitat around seven o'clock this morning and was found and sedated and brought back to its enclosure about an hour later kyle burks is the managing director of the zoo and says the adult male did a lot of damage there were no human injuries we did suffer the sad loss of four apopka one emu and one fox that lived in nearby habitats they were attack and did not survive it's not yet clear how the jaguar got out the zoo will be closed today and will reopen tomorrow well microsoft is calling for federal regulation of facial recognition technology it's the first big tech company to raise concerns about the technology that recognizes a person's face from photo or camera microsoft president brad smith says in a blog post there should be bipartisan the expert commission set up to help protect a person's privacy and freedom of expression we've all heard about the benefits of yoga and meditation now a new report out of williams college shows there a moneymaker to wbz's bill marcus reports the cr apollo center for yoga and health and stockbridge is raking in about sixty five million dollars a year for the state williams college center for creative community development study says the wellness center ranks right up there with tanglewood and mass moca as a local cash cow it's got five hundred employees many of those who live locally and over forty thousand visitors a year from all over the world barbara of a car is the center ceo inch given the state of the world right now is actually to reach out to grow kepala thirty five years ago moved to the berkshires from pennsylvania as a religious order.
Wimbledon 2018 -- Novak Djokovic advances to men's final vs. Kevin Anderson
"The crippled you center in stockbridge rakes in sixty four million dollars a year for the state with most of that revenue coming back to the berkshires crippled you ceo barbara of a car my mission in terms of the impact on our community and we're doing that in ways that deliver the pack of wellness the study says four out of every five of the senators five hundred employees making thirty three to forty two thousand dollars a year live locally and that they bring back twenty seven million to the county the center annually draws forty thousand guests from all over the world bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time ten eleven man who certainly knows a yoga no don't don't well you look good in those yoga pants charlie berge run in the ace hticket dot com sports thirty good morning red sox offense clicked again last night scored seven times but toronto just about doubled the socks output it was blue jays thirteenth socks seven the final at fenway jays scored a lot early a lot late eight in the first three innings off sox starter rick portillo five in the final two innings off joe kelley and robby scott it was a one run game into the eighth before toronto pulled away job today i feel like getting traffic on baseball game no a second job on the competition they get back to socks jd martinez in cleveland the indians bpa six to five so the red sox lead in the east remains three and a half games at wimbledon novak djokovic rafael and the dow in a fifth in deciding set of their men's semifinal what a battle this has been it is now seven seven in the fifth set now the other men's semi went six and a half hours before kevin anderson eliminated john is ner in five sets the final set went twenty six twenty four andersen obviously i'm ecstatic to be through to the finals but at the same time you know you you feel like it's should be a draw i mean but you know somebody has to win that south africa's kevin anderson once that djokovic nidal match ends the women will take over the women's final has serena williams facing angelique kerber summer league basketball tonight celtics and miami out in vegas soccer and foxborough tonight the revolution and galaxy patrick brody of westwood wins a mass amador golf title beat her beacons of kingston four and three they played that over and hyde park at.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The news never stops good sunday morning wbz news time ten o'clock i'm sherry small wbz news now to our top story breaking this morning out of thailand were so far four of the young soccer players trapped in flooded cave have now been rescued we get the latest now from cbs news cbs news special report at least four and possibly sits at the cherub trillion trapped in a partially flooded kate and thailand are out this morning and rescuers are going back in for the others and they're soccer coach the bbc's dan jansen explains how they decided which children to bring out i we understand that doctors were in the cave yesterday doctors who have diving capability went to examine them when to look at the physical condition nfl assess their mental strength as well and they decided on a priority list in which the boys should be brought up so starting with the weakest with the ones who are in most need we understand that they have formed into small groups very two three four at a time to be guided out by the expert divers eighteen divers went into the cave five of them from thailand the others from the us australia and japan no word yet on the condition of the boys rescued so far but they are being treated at a hospital cbs news special report i'm alison keys and be sure to keep it right here with wbz news for the latest on this developing story in other news as police in the fbi are investigating an early morning explosion in east boston the resident of the home is being treated at mass general for second degree burns wbz's bill marcus spoke to people who live nearby some of whom told him this incident has them questioning their own safety these boston neighbors of eighty eight webster and it's blown outliving her window or most shocked about the fact that cops found nf salt rifle at the residence michelle monica says she was brought up in the house where she now lives and that she'd like to die there but of natural causes we have had some problems with the gangs around here there was a body through on the on the street the end of the street about a year ago public rot ciano says generally it's a safe neighborhood not problems better better better better that a little in east boston bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty hot and dry conditions are stoking fires across the western states the holiday fire that burned a hundred acres in santa barbara county california is now eighty percent contained but other blazes cropped up across california abc's will car reports from galena california helicopters swooping in after two sudden fires ignited near los angeles one forcing evacuations at burbank the other threatening homes in granada hills some residents fighting defines themselves just outside san diego firefighters getting much needed relief as the west fire dies down but flames still burning among the ruins of devoured home after devoured home farther north at one hundred thirty eight square mile fire burning north west of sacramento has destroyed ten structures but it is now more than half contained wbz news time ten three i means it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes we check in once again with david felino david it's.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Eight hundred four street here in new markets they're responding to a forty year old jeffrey schneerson who had allegedly pistol whipped a woman at that residence they tried to make contact with him they couldn't he was spotted in durham and charged with second degree assault when he was taken into custody police say he had a firearm on him in newmarket new hampshire bill marcus wbz newsradio thirty the police response shocked some nearby residents including nncholas lawrence i woke up from a nap off my couch and there was tons of our car swat team everything i'm looking at my neighbor's backyard there's two swat officers crossed out by my neighbor's porch but again that shelter in place order in standoff in newmarket new hampshire is finally over this hour and this story hunted by police by helicopter and on the ground he was caught in some bushes and masui domestic violence suspect matthew pinon will face charges in court tomorrow a woman in a condo heard rustling in the bushes she called police and that's where they caught him only a few hundred feet from his girlfriend's home tears at logan airport this afternoon as a mother is finally reunited with her little girl the two were separated two months ago with a us mexico border wbz's kim tunnicliffe watched on is the two hugged for the first time since the moment that ripped them apart through a translator anjelica gonzales garcia told reporters here at terminal c that being reunited with her eight year old daughter sandy has made her the happiest woman in the world today i can be reward my life it ended that i was never gonna see my daughter again and and her daughter both cried tears of joy and sat arminarm during the entire press conference sandy was separated from her mom at the southern border in may and sent to a detention shelter in texas and djelic his lawyers in the aclu are urging congress and the president to take action to ensure that families crossing the border are kept together with some very quick policy changes from washington kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty in the marathon bombing case yes it goes on the appeal of marathon bomber jehovah's are nive takes a new twist lawyers are demanding recordings of interviews with a suspect in a triple murder in waltham that suspect was shot by an fbi agent in florida during a confrontation.
Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest
"At this hour well it's a hot sticky fourth of july but that's not dampening the spirit of the people who descended on the esplanade and hatch shell including wbz's carl stevens who joins us now carl the evening is about to start at least a musical part of a girl we have a small quartet up on stage right now shortly the pops will hit the stage the red white and blue t shirts and pants the flags the smiles belong day in the hot sun it all comes down to this evening when keith lockhart will raise that baton and it'll be time for the party to start or is this man from oklahoma told me a time for the country to come together and share an experience without without bitterness or ugliness toward each other to have a birthday party together yes that's what it's all about it so we begin more than two hours of music followed by fireworks over the charles kicking off at about ten thirty tonight because that's what we do in this town and that's what we do in this country from the esplanade carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty all right carl sounds good wbz news time eight oh one a bit earlier today people braved the extreme heat to celebrate the fourth of july by watching the turnaround of old ironsides wbz's bill marcus spoke to some of the people on hand for the event at the charlestown navy yard uss constitution providing a real treat in boston harbor for the locals and the tourists hope that the boston django shoe is from philadelphia some british ships is son andrew was going to intern on the uss new jersey deva shows like the long storied history of the us navy and it's amazing that you can go to hear tabby on the constitution beer casting young destroyer so it's astounding charlestown bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty the home of the statue of liberty was evacuated earlier today after a woman climbed onto the base cbs's aaron katersky reports she was part of a protest group a group called rise and resist dropped a banner that said abolish ice at the statue of liberty and that was supposed to be it then a rogue climbers scaled the statue causing all of liberty island to be a vacuum the climber was near lady liberty's rightfoot holding a shirt that said trumpcare makes us sick she was arrested that arrest followed a roughly four hour standoff with new york police well history is made once again in an annual tradition at coney island eleven time champ joey chestnut broke his own world record in the annual nathan's hot dog eating contests chestnut tells espn oh man i murdered uhhuh but i'm happy that seventy four dogs and buns in ten minutes it was initially thought chestnut at eton sixty four judges realized there was a mistake and for the fifth straight year mickey pseudo was the women's winner downing thirtyseven hotdogs wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together i up the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes and.
Hundreds unite for valley Families Belong Together rally
"It's dog days of summer brendan carroll has to work in this weather how do you stay cool today you have to be outside yeah well i have a little office in there and i keep by six or seven water bottles in the mini freezer got over there he cleans up here at malibu beach so folks like ben who's been here for three hours already can bask in the sun here cooked out here are you yeah it's it's pretty warm today with not much wind in dorchester bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty nine any way you can keep cool i guess boston's police commissioner says about five thousand people took part in yesterday's families belong together rally in boston wbz's karyn regal was there imagine the brick basin of city hall plaza pole filter the brand with people hoisting signs reading my american clues everyone and abolish is senator elizabeth warren spoke to a crackling mike this isn't about politics this isn't about democrats or republicans this is about human beings as the crowd marched through the streets of the comment i spoke with one young woman who had her three month old son with her now thinking about what these families are going especially having a newborn taken from she couldn't continue on the common karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty and all across the country there were similar protests and rallies denouncing the trump administration zero tolerance immigration policy many were inspired by the now discontinued practice of separating children from parents crossing the border illegally knx reporter cooper rummell was at the march in los angeles cooper rummell thousands of demonstrators marched through downtown la to an ice detention center as part of the nationwide families belong together rally separating kids like that they're dramatize another protester says he thinks president trump needs to do some soul searching and reunite children who were separated from their parents at the border immediately we are the most powerful and richest country we are trained people this way it means that we are not really proud facing what is important others at the rally called for is to be abolished and they want congress to ensure family separation policies will never be enforced again cooper rummell for cbs news los angeles wbz news time five oh three the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
Thousands hold vigils for victims of Capital Gazette shooting in Annapolis, Maryland
"On iheartradio easiest that boston police are investigating a fatal double shooting that left two men dead it happened in brighton close to one o'clock this morning in the area of faneuil and brackets treats wbz's bill marcus spoke to residents nearby this woman got a knock on her door running we we were woken up to the police at our door asking us if we'd heard anything apparently there was gunshots another neighbor actually heard the shots how hold on yeah man was speaking in chinese he says he heard the gunshots as he was watching tv early this morning this is an active and ongoing investigation anyone with information is asked to contact boston police immediately six one seven three four three forty four seventeen more than a thousand people turn out for three vigils held in remembrance and honor of five people who are gunned down this week at a capital gazette newspaper newsroom in annapolis maryland candles were lit and annapolis strong signs were raised as a names of the five victims were read to gazette employee's were injured in the attack but have since been released from the hospital the suspect in a case jared romo's is now being held without bond and it's facing life behind bars on five counts of first degree murder and a heads up for drivers who take ninety five through providence starting today highway traffic is being reconfigured because a bridge work they knew trophic powder and begins today on.
The owner of the Red Hen explains why she asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave
"I'm cheri small wbz news topping our news now the trump administration is rolling out a hotline help families reunited comes as parents desperately attempt to find their children cbs's steve futterman has more the department of homeland security last night released an update it says five hundred twenty two children have already been reunited with their parents another sixteen should be reunited by tonight but more than two thousand other children remain separated from their parents and there's no indication how long it will take to get all the families back together the department of homeland security says it knows the location of all children in its custody despite much criticism saying otherwise sarah huckabee sanders is the latest trump administration member to be asked to leave a restaurant because of who she works for correspondent angela anderson has more the white house press secretary posted on twitter friday that the owner of the red hen in lexington virginia astra to leave the restaurant because she works for president trump the owner of the restaurant stephanie wilkinson tells the washington post that several of her employees are gay and we're upset that sanders had defended the president's policies regarding lgbtq issues wilkinson says she took sanders assigned politely astra to leave which he did sandra saying on twitter she always treats people with respect even if she isn't being treated the same wilkinson says she has no regrets about her decision negotiations continue today between national grid and two unions representing twelve hundred gasline workers as wbz's bill marcus reports the gas line workers have authorized a strike when their contract expires at midnight tonight united steelworkers local twelve thousand twelve president john porna pony says his workers and those of local twelve thousand three object to national grid's plans to outsource the seventeen dollar an hour job of identifying underground gaslines for an apology says he also wants his workers to be covered by the unions pension plan not a proposed for a one k program we have a pension plan that we have sacrificed law for years we've taken low wages to keep that pension plan we believe it's the best way to provide security in retirement national grid in a statement says they're committed to negotiating in good faith bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty police in seekonk hoover searching for a suspect atta motel make an unexpected drug busts officers seized heroin and several hundred zanex pills that were hidden in the bed sheets cash in a loaded three sixty gun were also found the suspect wanted on a minor offence is now facing stiffer charges wbz news time now eleven oh three and time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes we check in once again with david drobny david how's it looking oh we have.
Accused Texas high school gunman described as bullied loner in a trench coat
"Retreats if you're just joining us again just a horrific mass shooting at another united states high school this time santa fe texas ten or dead mostly students another ten injured we know two adults are among the injured in including a police officer in critical condition presumably the other adult is a teacher and some details about the suspect seventeen years old described as a loner by classmates a kid who had been bullied by classmates but interestingly little bit more about his biography here he played on the football team at school the varsity football team at santa fe high he is also a member of a dance squad with a local greek orthodox church is described as unassuming and played video games an avid video game player who routinely wore a black trench coat and black boots to class so again this teenagers is in custody he's been charged with capital murder can keep in mind that texas has the death penalty we'll be following this closely with special updates throughout the afternoon again if you are just joining us there are two active crime scenes a ton of santa fe texas one at a little town four miles outside of the high school where they have found some explosives at another home that may be connected to a suspect that is not described as a suspect it's one of those vague areas somebody has been detained for questioning they believe somebody information about this crime and they're not being called a suspect yet but they are still being questioned by thorns and the tino alleges locally that he was shot by dean turn drug dealer at a boston high school was on the stand for two hours today at suffolk superior court our bill marcus was there and he tells us a doctor who treated him testified how close he came to actually dying twenty year old louis rodriguez testified that as a sophomore in english hi sean harrison no more than three weeks on the job approached him in two thousand fifteen said rodriguez he told me he would supply me with marijuana and all i had to do was bring him back the right amount of money then later the court saw surveillance video to figures are walking through an empty snowy parking lot says rodriguez that's me in the front and mr harrison in the back he rises from the witness box to the jury to display his scars how did you feel if you were shot.
"bill marcus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Wbz twenty four hour traffic network here's the four day wbz accuweather forecast mostly clear and chilly early this morning we'll see a low down to twenty nine later on today sunshine and some clouds high around forty six now clouds on the increase tonight a low down to thirty four and we're going to see quite a few clouds into the day on tuesday there could be an afternoon shower most of the day though turns out rainfree a high of forty six and then for wednesday mix of clouds it turns bit milder with a high of fifty two i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio ten thirty i'm bill marcus wbz news a man is dead after the third shooting in brockton this weekend police say they found a car with several bullet holes in the windshield the victim a twenty four year old male crashed his car into a tree after being shot the man was later transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead state police in the plymouth county district attorney's office are investigating a state trooper was hospitalized over the weekend after his cruiser was rammed the officer was struck as he was helping a disabled motorists on route ninety three wbz tv reports the trooper was treated for back and neck injuries at winchester hospital overnight no charges have been filed and boston city council this week is set to review a proposal by the mayor to spend two million dollars on a police body camera program the boston globe says the mayor will want to start the controversial program in stages the idea is that more can be learned once a one year pilot study program by northeastern university is completed a preliminary review of the pilot program found that cops wearing cameras were less likely to have wrongdoing complaints filed against them in sports the red sox came from behind beat the tampa bay rays eight to seven but the celtics lost one twelve to one zero six to atlanta i'm bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty i start playing wired for sound have a little conversation you're listening to a radio station every wire every airway bradley graduate machine he really means you're on the air goal six one seven two five four ten thirty to join jay talking jason doc dorm on wbz.