17 Burst results for "Bow New Hampshire"

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | Last week

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Painfully back. As if you just got the news if you seconds ago. And so this day Joe and I hold you close in our hearts. And send her our love. Former President Donald Trump visited with New York Police in New York firefighters in Manhattan marking the anniversary today. The former president criticized several of the day's speakers at the official memorials for neglecting to discuss the country's controversial exit from Afghanistan. This day is very interesting because they're trying to Just speeches without mentioning what happened over the last two weeks, and it's a very hard thing to do. And I think in certain ways they shouldn't be doing that. He also paid tribute with a video today, emphasizing the first responders who died. 344 firefighters and 71 law enforcement officers, the bravery of our police fire and first responders of every kind The job they did was truly unbelievable. We love them, and we thank them. Former President George W. Bush, commander in chief on September 11th 2000 and one spoke at the flight 93 Memorial in Pennsylvania. Today we remember your loss. We share your sorrow and we honor the men and women you have loved so long and so well. Passengers on flight, 93 fought with terrorists who had hijacked the plane and it crashed in a field. It's believed the hijackers were targeting the nation's capital, 40 people were killed. Bush praised the defiance and heroism of the passengers. The tragedy we remember today is personal for many local families. Blake Allison, a former stone, Um, resident, lost his wife, Anna, on American Airlines flight 11. He spoke with WBZ TV's Beth Germano. That's why would anybody want to kill my wife? Just seemed why it's the hunting question. Blake. Alison kept asking when his wife Anna, was killed aboard American Airlines flight 11 20 years ago. There are these people who wanted to kill Americans, and she just happened to be In the wrong place Two decades later, he says, the pain of that day has eased but not the heartbreak of his loss and questions. Why, in 20 years the five accused of plotting the attacks, including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has still not been brought to trial at Guantanamo Bay. For 19 2 Boys from Bow, New Hampshire were killed in a car crash on 89 yesterday. The victims were brothers, The boat school superintendent has identified them as first grader Gavin let an 11th grader Nicholas, you let police say the driver Tom Elit is the district school resource officer. He was hospitalized with serious but non life threatening injuries. The car reportedly drifted into the breakdown lane and crashed into a tractor trailer. The cause is still being investigated. A new study from the CDC says people who aren't vaccinated for covid 19 are 11 times more likely to die from the virus. With that, and more new research Here's the Apes. MIKE, Russia, Three new studies conducted in the United States that were released Friday show Covid 19 vaccines remain highly effective against hospitalizations and death. Saturday for Disease Control and prevention says one study tracked over 600,000 Covid 19 cases in 13 states From April through mid July. It found the unvaccinated were 4.5 times more likely to get infected and 11 times more likely to die than people who were fully vaccinated. But protection against coronavirus infection dropped to 79% in June and July compared to 91% in the spring. Two other studies showed vaccine protection slippage for older adults. I might rossia clean up on the North shore today that's coming up. It's 4 20. The loop is five minutes of news from the number one news.

Beth Germano Tom Elit Blake Allison Khalid Sheikh Mohammed 91% Bush Blake 40 people 79% 20 years Anna United States Friday Today New York Police Manhattan Guantanamo Bay April Alison CDC
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:14 min | Last week

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Holders left Afghanistan today either by air or overland saga or Megane. Washington. Boston Public schools Superintendent Brenda Castle Ius is now licensed to do her job, silly assist, temporary license. It lapsed in July after she failed to take the test in the two years since becoming the Boston superintendent, Education Commissioner Jeffrey Lightly Reactivated her temporary license until she got results of her latest exam, which took in mid August. The Globe reports that Chris Ilias has now passed the state's licensing exam, receiving her license to run the state's largest school. Districts. Two brothers from Bow, New Hampshire were killed in a car crash this morning. First, Greater Gavin will let an 11th grader Nicholas will that were killed in that crash on I 89 Tom Willett, who was the district school resource officer also was taken to the hospital. Following that crash. The school district has cancelled all after school activities today and from until seven o'clock tonight. The high school field is open for Members of the community to gather and mourn students in Massachusetts and across the country, pausing this morning to reflect on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. WBC TVs. Lease aggression, spoke with students in need them about how they understand the significance of the day even though they weren't alive the day the attacks happened. Needham's Pollard Middle school, participating in the national moment of silence to honor the lives lost on 9 11. But first an announcement for everyone to hear you may wonder how you and your middle school student information line In Berkeley and understand this tragedy behind the mic eighth graders Brianna Sick Meyer and Beta Rosen and seventh grader Mia Marashi. My father, Bob is a very tired I'm five Thank God I'm married, Proud of everything here for all of us Any together the students learning about the tragic events that took place 20 years ago, the anniversary tomorrow, and President Joe Biden will be visiting all three sites associated with September 11th tomorrow. The World Trade Center site in New York City, the Pentagon as well as the crash site of United 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 503 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. We had to my king who has been watching well, lot of traffic. Really? Yeah, we're in the middle of a busy afternoon Russian Friday afternoon, Ben, It's no good on the upper end of 1 28 North. Head delays coming up past the mass pike and then from winners straight up through Lexington. At least 15 minutes to go there Another 20 minutes from three a up into Wakefield, where it's all stop and go to southbound delays. Awful one AM Beverly Down into Peabody. Delays are 93 North, originate on the second bridge and reach right up into Medford. It's tough again Rub 1 33 up past River Road and and over the backup on Rue One starts a little after Route 16 and board 95 North. Dont get these on again off again Delays from Chelmsford all the way into Mithun. Let's check the status of that lower end of 1 28 with the Needham Bank traffic copter. Well, Mike, I do have some good news to report here. We had to dealing with the crash 1 28 north and right before the off ramp to Highland Avenue in needed so, basically just about underneath Kendrick Street. That just cleared about a minute and a half ago, the last of the out. The scene, which was to state police cruisers just pulled away, so everything is added there. But traffic on the North downside is backed up beyond 1 35 now so everybody was looking at this factory. Nine. It. It stays slow after the earlier scene all the way down toward East Street, Westwood. Kristen back in the need of Bangkok turned the South. Dont expressways just awful coming out of the tunnel really all the way to the split and then getting over the 24 North Bong bad from Braintree, a passing upon its circle and a standstill coming up towards the tunnel of centerline breakdown. It's just moved off to the right. My king. WBC's traffic on the three had a few showers around the area. We will at least through the rest of the afternoon into the early evening. Some of these pop up showers been some Recently in north Central Massachusetts..

Mia Marashi Brianna Sick Meyer Beta Rosen Mike Chris Ilias Wakefield Chelmsford Highland Avenue Lexington July Medford Peabody Nicholas New England Washington River Road Massachusetts Berkeley New York City Mithun
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Out of Concord coming down through bow New Hampshire. We've got delays off Cape and we've got issues downtown to we'll get to that in a minute here with traffic on the threes, All right, the unofficial and this summer in many Americans are confronting a grim reality. What a change from Memorial Day when so many Americans and their doctors believed the worst was over. But Labor Day has dawned with daily covid deaths above 1500 for the first time since March. Covid is a crafty Adversary, and it zeroed in on the easiest targets millions of unvaccinated Americans, mostly in the south, new treatments have brought hope so far unfounded. The Covid fatality rate is now four times what it was a year ago. Vicki Barker, CBS News Labor Day comes as a labor shortage continues to impact businesses all over the country. As of today, extra federal employment benefits have ended. The labor secretary and former Boston mayor is offering a message to Americans get vaccinated to keep the economy afloat. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh pushing for unvaccinated Americans to get a vaccine this Labor day, Walsh says schools and parents of students Could face problems. Otherwise, it's some schools don't reopen over the course the next week. That's when that's when we potentially have some issues where parents have no place to put their kids they'll be learning back on June, parents will have to be home, so we have to monitor that pretty closely and quite honestly, That's why we need to get people vaccinated in this country get more and more Americans vaccinated, Walsh says Getting Americans back to work remains a top priority of the Biden administration. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio, a stabbing near Boston common last night, police blocked off part of the theory theater district in downtown crossing after 10 PM to investigate. It's not clear yet if anyone was hurt or if any arrests were made. The stabbing happened near Tremont and West Street's investigation is ongoing. A new indictment in a decades old Boston cold case. Details coming up It's 4 33. We go back to the road. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three. Let's get the details on those holiday backups from Mike King. A lot of folks are coming home this afternoon here, Madison out of Maine, New Hampshire. It's the main turnpike 95 South that's backed up shortly after Exit seven in York and reaches really all the way down to the Hampton Tolls. This is close to 17 miles of Stop and go. Make sure you fill up your tank. Make sure you get plenty of snacks. 93 South bound is backed up close to 10. Miles now conquered down into bow. It loosens up there, and it's actually good through the hooks at tolls. This, in turn has got 89. He's jammed almost a mile and a half. Just trying to get on to 93 South delays getting off cape Oh, yeah. Route six West is locked up before route 1 32 the SAG Amo Bridgette's under five miles, and that's actually better than it was just a little while ago Route six. A seems to have eased out to sandwich from route 28 is pretty good. Coming up from Falmouth right into the born rotary along the canal. There is a backup on sandwich road coming into the into the born but Route three. Northbound pretty good. Coming up to Plymouth in Kingston. There is some stop and go as you make your way up past route 53 past 2 28 and the worst of 4 95 North is coming up Password 18 and route 44. And we've got an issue downtown. Let's check in with the Needham Bank traffic copter. It's a crash in the north side of the O'Neill tunnel in the middle of the road. It's really going to impact the expressway. It's backing up from about Columbia Road heading into the tunnel north on But otherwise not bad around the city. The second bridge looks good. Tobin Bridge is fine and not terrible on the liver Connector, David stuff. Alino, Needham Bank Copter and my king with WBC's traffic on the threes and the four day forecast some clouds in a shower in a few spots tonight, turning out clear later on down to 63 for Boston fifties for most suburbs tomorrow.

Mike Macklin Vicki Barker New England Falmouth Tobin Bridge Kingston Plymouth CBS News Mike King June New Hampshire Walsh 93 South Tremont Labor Day Concord 17 miles Madison Columbia Road West Street
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Correct the damage when the collapse occurred. Thursday is WFOR TV is Jessica Vallejo. Search and Rescue teams remain searching through the twisted steel and concrete looking for any signs of life through the night. They are Working tirelessly. They are passionate about this. They are dedicated to finding people in the rebel well. Miami Dade officials gave a heartbreaking update. 159 people still unaccounted for the search and rescue teams say they remain hopeful to pull many more out from the rubble. The collapse Surfside condos that fell to the ground early Thursday. While people were sound asleep. Four people confirmed dead nearly 160 others. Still missing the Pentagon releasing a much anticipated report on UFOs. Her CBS is Major Garrett. The long awaited Pentagon report on UFO's echoes the reporting from 60 Minutes that there are a lot of unexplained sightings more than 140 since 2000 and three, including 11. Near misses with US aircraft. There is no evidence, the report says that adversaries like Russia or China are behind them. So the X sightings remain a mystery. In recent years, the Pentagon and the intelligence agencies have seriously been studying. UFOs. Health officials in New Hampshire, warning about a mosquito born disease. They say a mosquito batch in bow New Hampshire testing positive for the Jamestown Canyon virus. It's known as J C. V. The state started a pilot project this summer to measure the presence of disease carrying mosquitoes in central New Hampshire Since its first report back in 2013, the state has identified 14 human cases of J C. V. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has begun serving his sentence for killing George Floyd last year. Chauvin ordered yesterday to serve 22 a half years in prison, the longest sentence for a police officer. In Minnesota. But Floyd's brother says he believes Chauvin should have received life in prison for his brother's murder. My family we all have received a life sentence. We'll never see him again, but His mom will have an opportunity to visit. Three other officers involved in Floyd's arrest are scheduled for trial in March. They will also stand trial with Chauvin on the federal charges. No date set. For that trial. Critical race theory has become the latest sticking point in what's being taught in the classroom. CBS is Steve Catherine looks at the debate in one state, Tennessee has passed laws banning the teaching of certain concepts dealing with racism and sexism. The discomfort is no excuse not to teach the real history Nashville teacher Brittany Paschal. I think that it's an assault on the craft of teaching..

Jessica Vallejo New Hampshire Steve Catherine Floyd Derek Chauvin Brittany Paschal George Floyd 2013 159 people Minnesota Nashville March yesterday CBS Chauvin last year Four people 14 human cases Thursday 22 a half years
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And Labour Day might be a blur, but not for 77 year old veteran Peter Clarke of Bow, New Hampshire. That's him night after night with his trumpet in his driveway, playing taps to let people know veterans make a difference. And to remember his wife who passed away three years ago so glad What I did. Touch souls in mind to Clark says he's amazed so many people showed up for the 100 nights. His trumpet, wailed Derek Dennis ABC News. I am not surprised how many people showed up each night to listen to that. As a teenager. I used to serve his country even at 77 years old, and it is nice to be reminded of the veterans who live among us and in our neighborhoods. Indeed, Katie our news time is 7 36. Update traffic now and on this Tuesday morning, just a few things getting in the way detoured and I'll tell you what is getting in the way live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Just in the last couple minutes, A few brake lights have started getting in the way up in the North Valley on the 101 Freeway eastbound approaching Cave Creek. There's about a one mile stretch of minor light flowing south bound 17. You're still getting a couple of extra minutes approaching Central Avenue due to the bridge reconstruction. And now the Eastbound from 51st Avenue into the deck, park tunnel, minor lights low and go starting to develop for you as well. Also, if your ex north bound on the one who won all three erect in the clearing stages ofthe righted Indian school stuff out, won a one on the team, a freeway at Cactus, a stalled vehicle blocking the H O. V. Lane to service three wrecks 35th Avenue and Osborne and Shea Boulevard west of 136 3. Traffic report brought to you by sort of propane er's. If you want the house that your neighbors are gonna be jealous up, then you need certain painters schedule your free estimate. Today. It's sort of pro dot com teacher named Jamie just said she's looking at your sweaters and boots and maybe not right away. But it's it's getting closer, mostly sunny and windy today with a high of 101. Tonight. Clear the low 70. Then Here's what you got on Wednesday Sunny skies 92.

Clark Peter Clarke New Hampshire Jamie Derek Dennis North Valley Katie H O. V. Lane Cave Creek
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Traffic every six minutes in the morning on Arizona's morning news and detoured and beach is going to do that right now Live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. Thank you. Jeff has been kind of a short list of trouble once we got into our group, and the freeway's really hasn't had a lot of it. But this report we do have a stall that's blocking 101 Team A freeway at Cactus H O V Lane blocked right there in the H O V lane at cactus Stay right restriction. North bound, one of one of the Alfreda. You've got a record Indian school that remains off right? And then the rest of this is about the service Street rats 35th Avenue and Osborne, 91st Avenue and Olive and Shea Boulevard west of 136 Straight injury crash reported there this traffic report. It is brought to you by break Master, You can schedule an appointment Book of the same day online at break masters dot com Break masters, Your complete automotive care specialist break masters will give you an honest break. Return and Katie are news a blustery day today in Phoenix with a high of 101, But the nineties are coming back. Expect highs to stick below the triple digits through Friday lows in the seventies before a slight warm up this weekend. I'm ABC 15 Megan Thompson. I keep buying my sweaters and boots in the closet thinking soon soon. At 7 33. It is 85 degrees in Goodyear Theeighty a our eyes on the economy. The US census, his named Phoenix, the fastest growing city in the country. Among the top 10 construction markets. Phoenix is the only city where construction expenditures increased during the pandemic. Mayor keep, Diego says Despite recent hardships The city of Phoenix remains attractive for both builders and businesses have. Phoenix currently has 18 cranes in downtown Phoenix, so the skyline is changing and growing residential Area's Aaron the making alongside hotels, office complexes as well as expansions for Maia's You Allie. Vietnam News. Four Arizona airports are splitting $31.1 million in federal Department of Transportation Grant Sky Harbor gets 21.7 million of that for reconstruction of the apron. That's where the airplanes Park Press Kit and Winslow Lindbergh regional airports are sharing nearly $9 million for taxiway Reconstruction and Ryan Field Airport in Tucson gets the rest for new weather reporting equipment. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says the money will get people back to work during the pandemic. Peter same or Katie our news tens of thousands of airline employees expected to lose their jobs next month. A lot of people are wondering if airlines will ever recover from the pandemic. Valley economist Jim Round says is difficult for that industry to self correct, but if something were to collapse, I'm sure the government would step in because it's part of our commerce Jane, you know, distributing products, allowing people to move from one place to another. American Airlines plans to furlough or lay off 19,000 employees next month. A musical tribute night after night, all summer long from a veteran with a message for many of us the stretch between Memorial Day and Labour Day might be a blur, but not for 77 year old veteran Peter Clarke of Bow, New Hampshire. That's him night after night with his trumpet in his driveway, playing taps to let people know veterans make a difference. And to remember his wife who passed away three years ago so glad.

Phoenix Arizona Katie Jeff Goodyear Theeighty US American Airlines ABC Elaine Chao Alfreda Indian school Department of Transportation New Hampshire Megan Thompson Ryan Field Airport Peter Clarke Vietnam News Secretary Jim Round
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on Hot Take

Hot Take

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on Hot Take

"Dominant narrative about climate change tells us that is our fault. We left the lights on too long. Didn't close the refrigerator. Door didn't recycle our paper. I'm here to tell you that. That is bullshit if the light switch was connected to clean energy who the hell cares if you left it on. The problem is not so much. The consumption is the supply and your scrap. Paper didn't hasten the end of the world don't give into that shame is not yours. The oil and gas industry is gasoline. Which is one of my. Most favorite metaphors have written. Yes yes but yet you were talking earlier about you know when when I wrote that in tag do you were actually. I was not a sexual. It's not uncommon for authors. I got to speak number of places and do a lot of interviews in that fall of two thousand fifteen everything and then January December and January. Things got really slow really quiet and I had no idea what I wanted to do. Next and meanwhile I'm watching the rise of Donald Trump. It was a dark time. There was a dark time. And now this you this came later but I so I tried to write another book proposal which which I'm actually really glad I didn't start reading that book that I did not pan out now. Oh Yeah Actually. Read an essay of mine that ran in. La Review of books called learning to live in the dark about reading. Hana aren't in the That was sort of jumping off place for that book. And what kind of realize is all I really had was one essay. I didn't really have a book so a lot of writers. Discover this. Yeah better to discover it before you get the book contract then after so anyway. Yeah no when I when I when I read your piece in and realized that my book had had met this to. You had had helped you in that way. That was a really profound and helpful. Moment for me You know and we. We talked about this a little while ago as all white guy in a left sort of you know left political spaces. I can be pretty self conscious about my identity and my privilege right and and I was self conscious when this book came out for sure. I mean here I am. I'm not exactly the best spokesperson for climate justice. Order the one writing a book about climate justice. And and you know it's not like I got a whole lot of light like blowback on that. I didn't really when the book came out. Now that wasn't really an issue. I think people understood the way I was writing the book and how I was approaching it but when I when I realized that my book had helped this Younger Black woman from Mississippi. I come to terms with this stuff I was like. Wow you know like okay. Maybe I shouldn't quit quit but I think if if only people of color are caring about people of color if only women are carrying about women that we never really get anywhere so like. I think that there is a way to be part of the conversation without taking. You know space or making it all about yourself. Which is why I think you do such a good job in. This book is really not a whole ton of you like. There's a lot of home right here to say that book into my store. Yeah Yeah they ended up conclusion right but the reason I was drawn to is because I saw myself in in the characters. That are what you're not characters. A real so yeah. I think that there is a way to participate and be part of the whole. I think the problem has been. The conversation is not just been dominated by white guys. It's been dominated by white guys who are like low key narcissus or maybe Heike Maybe Real Heike like screeching pitch think. I don't worry about being self. Yeah worse I mean I'm sure I. I actually try to police my own privilege to write because I'm a black moving from Mississippi but like I'm able bodied I'm straight. I have a US passport. I very plenty of things that I need to be conscious of when entering certain spaces and I think like you'd be hard pressed to find somebody who like got the disadvantage Bingo and has nothing that they need to be. You know self conscious about it at all but you know at the same time you do need to if you care about other people and needs to show up in the things that you say so you don't stop writing trying not to because it's not entirely my choice. I do their head. You have to be editors who are willing to publish my crazy shit. Well the nation stuck with you this law l. The Nation. Yeah I do appreciate the nation yet I do it. Yeah I mean believe me. I'm not joking. Well speaking of the nation days published another one of your pieces which kind of goes along the same lines as your book and what when is really good at is getting the best quotes out of people in this species like a whole string of of quote so tell us a little bit about the protests was and then? I'm GONNA graduate on some of these a one thing. I didn't mention in describing my approach to my book and my writing. My book mostly grew out of articles that I wrote for The Nation Magazine In those years and and other places those years but you know I dove in as an activist in two thousand eleven basically and And so I'm writing this book about the Climate Movement from the inside as a climate activists and a journalist but trust me my old colleagues in the mainstream journalism. You can't really be journalist in an activist at the same time. Those two things are not supposed to mix and so the writing in the book you know the the Greta. Those nation pieces were largely built around my profiles of my fellow activists like people I was working alongside or people I sought out. Maybe I hadn't worked with them but I was seeking them out because I could tell the head interesting stories And then really going deep with them interviewing them at length and trying to write in a kind of documentary style or a kind of almost like an oral history style right where the words really prioritizing the voices of of the people. The grassroots organizers and activists themselves so while there are parts of my book and my and my essays might my my articles that definitely foreground my own voice. You know that are like there are essays. And that I'm making an argument. There are other parts. Were my own voice. Really Recedes And it's and it's really about The voices of the movement itself so this latest piece nation is kind of return to form in that way. I hadn't done a piece like that in quite a while but I also hadn't engaged in a in a serious Nonviolent Direct Action Campaign in a while and so I got involved again in that that kind of work with Friends of my people who are actually whose stories are told in my book The founders of the climate disobedience center so people like Tim to Christopher j O'Hara of of lobster boat blockade fame here in Massachusetts and Marla Markham on a dear friend of mine. Who's really one of the? The heroic climate organizers certainly here in New England and so anyway I joined I got together with them and a bunch of other people and join this effort call Dino coal no gas campaign which is basically. The overarching goal of the campaign is really to end fossil fuel use in New England. It's a New England based grassroots campaign. Right we live in New England. We're focusing on New England so But it starts out by. We start out by focusing on the really the last remaining big coal plant coal-fired power plant in New England. Up In bow New Hampshire Miss also. No accident that while there was a primary campaign going on this fall and we may have so back in September people started showing up at that plant and removing coal from the huge reserve coal pile for the purpose of removing fuel from the fire so to speak right literally and symbolically and then a whole bunch of showed up hundreds showed up at the plant on September twenty eighth and about. I don't know what it was ninety or one hundred of us. Were ready to risk arrest and going into the plant with buckets and shovels to remove more call from the plan. Of course they were ready for us. This time and about what was sixty. Seven of us were arrested so I joined that I was full part of that that effort but I also at that time had an assignment from the nation to report a piece about this campaign as it developed over the next few months and so it moves on from Focusing on the coal plant to over in starting in December we started blockading the Trains Freight Trains. That supply resupply the plant in bow with coal during the winter months and ended up blocking three trains and so That was the next phase in this campaign goes on it's a sustained grassroots campaign regained a lot of attention. We're starting to get some political traction and there's legal. Oh Yeah we're getting. A lot of us have gone arrested multiple times. And we'll see what happens. Well I thought the quotes in here were fantastic and there's so many of them. There's like six people six different people who give like a whole you know four or five paragraphs yes six or seven voices. Yeah it's kind of oral history style. My part is very straightforward documentary style. Just the Max and then I let these voices tell the story. Yeah so I'm going to read a few of my favorites and then you can tell me who set them. Oh sure and why you chose them Unless you're never them picks out Hannah. Yeah it's totally attest. Swearing in classroom on my brain. Not possibly okay. I one I remember feeling a sense of freedom. We are removing consent from the system and we are not asking for anyone's permission. I definitely have the financial privileged to do this. My parents were like we will bail you out of jail by a young woman of color and I felt like I really needed to do it that I didn't want to rely on everyone else to do. I think is necessary right now. Emma Shapiro Weiss. Yeah so young organizer with three fifty New Hampshire You got it right by the way do you want. Do you WanNa know more or yeah. Okay she was born near Medellin Colombia. And and then was adopted as a baby and grew up in Connecticut and And the thing I I really loved about her interview all first of all. I loved her honesty there about her own privilege right. I mean there are many. You're saying earlier many different kinds and degrees of privilege. And so she says yeah. I have the financial privilege to this right And then the other thing that I really light about that statement about. But I'm a young woman of color and I didn't WanNa let rely on other people to do what I think needs to be done. Well she's expressing. Their is her agency as an individual her moral agency her political agency. Again guys like me and white activists who engage in nonviolent direct action..

New England Mississippi Heike Maybe Donald Trump US Dino coal The Nation Magazine Hana Emma Shapiro Weiss Medellin Colombia Connecticut Greta Massachusetts Hannah Marla Markham
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And chose not to because they realize it just can escalate you know problems in the region but small counter protests organized by Walpole marine corps veteran Tom brown popped up across the street general that was killed from Iran is directly linked to over a thousand military deaths and supported terrorism throughout the world I absolutely support the president's moles in Walpole sherry small WBZ Boston's newsradio for climate protesters who tried to block a train carrying coal to a power plant in New Hampshire were arrested yesterday in the town of Harvard just after one in the morning a state police say they the protest Esther's had a wreck did a scaffolding over the tracks firefighters dismantled it and the protesters were charged with trespassing walking or standing on the railroad tracks and obstruction of a passing train the group called climate disobedient center has held several protests in an effort to stop coal shipments to the power plant located in bow New Hampshire a legendary Louisiana restaurant is marking a milestone CBS news correspondent Wendy Gillette has more the oldest family owned restaurant in the country is celebrating a big birthday Antoine's in New Orleans is one hundred and eighty years old this year Rick Blount to is the fifth generation of the family to run the restaurant all organisms legal fall off or they die and so at the same time that we're trying to be true to all of our traditions we need to figure out how to involve also oysters Rockefeller was invented at Antoine's so rich they were named after JD Rockefeller pope John Paul the second and president Kennedy are among those who died there when you select CBS news coming out the Aussie wildfires raging and devastating the latest just ahead in this edition of our series on companies to watch in the year ahead we look at Johnson and Johnson and in this case investors are eyeing the company with concern in a lot over there talcum powder the plane if they're claiming that because there's no bearing camper Bloomberg intelligence analyst Holly from says more than fifteen thousand of those lawsuits are pending in the company's already on the hook for hundreds of millions of dollars in connection with an opioid abuse lawsuit in Oklahoma but from says the first half of the new year could be key for the talcum powder litigation our motion by John and dawn our expert witness in it she says of the company winds that point the suits could be dismissed but the mesothelioma cases are in state courts and bear the results have been mixed in when juries rule against the company Johnson and.

Johnson opioid abuse Holly Bloomberg Kennedy JD Rockefeller Wendy Gillette CBS Louisiana Walpole Walpole marine corps Oklahoma intelligence analyst Tom brown John Paul Antoine Rick Blount New Orleans bow New Hampshire Esther
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the intense flames we get more from ABC's Maggie Rulli inside the destruction from Bates men bay Australian prime minister Scott Morrison denouncing the deployment of reservists to help with the crisis the United States sending help from the for service in the department of the interior the vast destruction devastating Australia's delicate ecosystem an Instagram post from binti or what daughter of the famed crocodile hunter Steve Irwin she says our wildlife hospitals busier than ever having officially treated over ninety thousand patients officials are warning that amber's carried by the wind have the potential to spark new fires or and large existing ones Boston police are investigating the discovery of a body behind the Madison park vocational high school yesterday morning just after ten school was not in session students are still on the winter break and police are investigating a thirty one year old Massachusetts man is being held without bail after a judge has ruled that he is a danger to society Gregory good cell of Marshfield is charged with causing a crash that killed a thirteen year old girl in Pembroke on December twenty ninth the girl is identified by her family is clear is it the sisters and another thirteen year old girl in a fifty year old woman were seriously hurt good cells father says his son is a good kid who just messed up normally kids get detention for writing on the walls in the school bathrooms with his WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports some students at a middle school in Milford or getting nothing but praise for the messages they're leaving on the stall the stalls in the bathrooms at Stacy middle school here in Milford are no longer a bland gray color they've been transformed into a bright inspirational works of art kids from the student advisory well this team got to work over there Christmas break painting the bathrooms with uplifting quotes like this one the saying is in a world where you can be anything be kind health and wellness teacher Celeste Sally helped to organize the painting project but the students did all the planning and work students like eleven year old Sarah ET hearing all around schools cater to pass and ninety EE so when they come into the bathroom feel feel like I'm not alone and they get rises up and they feel better after the paintings on the stalls include Dr Seuss at video game characters and superheroes given time the cleft WBZ Boston's news radio hits eleven oh eight in time now for a bluebird businessmen stocks sold off heading into the weekend as worries about rising tensions in the Middle East pressured the market that are Jones industrial average dropped two hundred thirty four the S. and P. five hundred slumped twenty three the nasdaq composite fell seventy one as the broader markets slid defend shares climbed Lockheed Martin rose more than three and a half percent after touching an all time high other gainers included Northrup Grummond and Raytheon federal reserve officials soul less risk of recession at their meeting last month as they left interest rates unchanged minutes from their meeting show they supported keeping rates low to cushion the economy from trade tensions and slow global growth US manufacturers had their worst month in December since the end of the recession the institute for supply management's manufacturing index showed contraction for a fifth month in a row as gauges of orders and production decline nine I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio for climate protesters who tried to block a train carrying a gun carrying coal to a power plant in New Hampshire were arrested yesterday in the town of Harvard just after one in the morning state police say the protesters have erected a scaffold over the tracks firefighters dismantled it and the protesters were charged with trespassing walking or standing on the railroad tracks and obstruction of a passing train the group called climate disobedience center has held several protests in an effort to stop coal shipments to the power plant in bow New Hampshire New Hampshire citizen votes twice in two different places and gets caught that story coming up here on WBZ.

ABC Maggie Rulli
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mass have to self pay Bryant after the split northbound is slow east Milton up past upon that circle it's wide open up towards the tunnel miking WBZ's traffic on the three X. cloudy damp night those patches of fog will also be some drizzle around temperatures about forty to downtown mid thirties in many of the suburbs are many cloudy tomorrow occasional rain and drizzle high forty inland forty six downtown departures will be the low forties tomorrow night for the patriots playoff game in Foxborough than by Sunday we've got temperatures that'll be cooling down and that'll bring in some snow or flurries especially the morning some places could pick up a coating to an inch some slick conditions specially lotus governors fall two thirty about thirty six downtown on Sunday and then partly sunny Monday a high of forty two it is fifty degrees right now in Boston climate activists temporarily stop a train carrying coal to bow New Hampshire WBZ's general hostels as they did it by building a scaffolding on the track in central Massachusetts town of Harvard climate activists went to work late last night building the scaffolding on the track three stories high can't afford with the group no call no gas joined about twenty of our friends to protest demanding that the coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire to be shut down call the train well in advance and said that there is a structure and on the track to stop the train and they get please try negotiating with the four remaining protesters on the scaffolding but eventually removed and arrested them but the group will be back depends on how quickly stops being used the train did eventually.

Bryant Foxborough patriots Boston New Hampshire WBZ Massachusetts Harvard bow New Hampshire
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Money back guarantee effective full spectrum hemp oil rich in C. B. D. visit C. B. D. bilaterals dot com C. B. the bilaterals dot com we checked four day accu weather forecast now here's Brian will be cloudy and damp tonight with patches of fog and some drizzle over thirty five and Linda forty two downtown remaining cloudy tomorrow with occasional rain and drizzle high forty inland to forty six in Boston temperatures will mostly be in the low forties for the patriots game tomorrow evening and other will still be a little bit of rain around ran a mixed with even into some snow flurries late tomorrow night into early Sunday morning some place to pick up a coating to an inch and there may be some slick spots away from Boston will have temperatures dropping into the low and mid thirties tomorrow night Sunday afternoon only up to thirty nine it will be blustery with some sunshine returning partly sunny Monday high forty two thank about the meteorologist Brian Thompson WBC Boston's biz ready out forty four degrees right now in Lawrence it is forty eight in Abington forty two when Nash would Hampshire fifty one degrees C. in Boston three fifty five on the ring central news line for climate activists or rested in the town of Harvard more than a dozen others detained for blocking a train carrying coal to bow New Hampshire nearly thirty years in law enforcement Harvard police chief ed Denmark has never seen anything like this before they set up a a three story scaffolding door for people sleep intending to sleep there block the train around twenty activists with no call no gas bill the scaffolding on the track overnight for refused to get down demanding the coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire to shut down they were passively resistance the more compatible so.

Boston Lawrence Nash Harvard New Hampshire Linda Brian Thompson Hampshire ed Denmark bow New Hampshire
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Backed up the right lane is shut down starting to be you bridge as work continues on star driver Tobin bridge outbound is starting to back up the lower decks okay and all the airport totals are fine for now this report sponsored by lows do what right to save five percent every day by shopping at Lowe's in store or online say five percent on eligible purchases just by using your lows advantage card do it right for let's start with lows subject to credit approval cannot be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply see store or for details he was only my king WBZ's traffic on the three is first weekend of the new year weather wise will not be the best of weekends what will be the worst so that's okay dry mostly today north and west of the city but still some rain and drizzle that's been hanging out around the south coast and Cape temperatures stay in the low forties England near fifty downtown clubs tonight to be damp patches of fog and drizzle law thirty five in the suburbs forty one of the city clouds of rain and drizzle tomorrow the steadiest will be in the afternoon and into the evening with highs tomorrow about forty in the inland suburbs forty six downtown temperatures will be steady and into the low forties for the patriots playoff game tomorrow night by the time Sunday morning rolls around for snow flurries in the morning where we could get a coating to an inch in length suburbs to be a little bit more as we head into the day capital B. falling through Sunday to around thirty inland and thirty six downtown right now it is fifty degrees and bought the climate activists temporarily stop a train carrying coal to bow New Hampshire WBZ's general hostels as they did it by building scaffolding on the track in the central mascot Harvard climate activists went to work late last night building the scaffolding on the track three stories high can't afford with the group no call no gas joint about twenty of her friends to protest demanding that the coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire to be shut down call the train well in advance and said that there is a structure and people on the track to stop the train and they did please try negotiating with the four remaining protesters on the scaffolding but eventually removed and arrested them but the group will be back depends on how quickly stops being used the train did eventually.

Lowe Tobin bridge patriots New Hampshire WBZ bow New Hampshire
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Was making its way north to New Hampshire WBZ TV is Michelle Fisher has more on how the group no coal no gas did it the group corrected a sixteen foot scaffold on the train tracks for protesters with signs of more on that scaffolding overnight as well the structure was erected to block ten thousand tons of West Virginia coal from getting to the Merrimack generating station which is in bow New Hampshire protesters tell me the plant is the largest coal fired power plant in our region and it doesn't have a shut down day but the group is hopeful that demonstrations like this one will eventually urge officials to change that this is one in a series of train blockades by the the trains bringing call in and I is a is a pipeline to the to the power plant as it were and we're trying to stop this happening this is the sixth the protest of this type that this group has held and I train has since continued its journey on its way north to New Hampshire and we actually did get the names of those that were arrested that is Timothy D. Christopher brought island Cody project of Pembroke Adam Reiss of Maine and yet ness world of Turner's falls those names coming in today from state return for traffic and weather together super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Kevin has looking out there you're just about wherever you go our only real trouble spot here on store drive west brown watch out for right lane crew by the B. U. bridge traffic a little slow getting by it over all the rest the downtowns pretty much wide open including the airport totals and that Tobin bridge up to the north much of the same route once a nice ride coming up to revere in Saugus ninety three no troubles here in Stoneham more Wilmington in nine to one twenty eight north bound and south bound for that matter is wide open between Lexington and Wakefield south of town it's much of the same route three is looking pretty good on cruise control from Braintree down a Plymouth and back twenty four ninety five from Rhode Island up to ninety three one of anything in your way to the mass pike so nice ride from Boston out through all burn as well as for ninety five to and from the pipe groups two and nine just have your normal traffic like delays getting to where you need to be and no troubles out in downtown Wooster into ninety Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three so we had some showers out there on the Cape it looks like they're moving off the coast for now so most of us just in the clouds and that could be the case for the rest of the afternoon maybe another bit of rain or drizzle as you make your.

Rhode Island Wakefield Stoneham revere B. U. bridge Timothy D. Christopher New Hampshire West Virginia Kevin Brennan WBZ Wooster Boston Plymouth Braintree Lexington Wilmington Saugus Tobin bridge New England
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Into custody for trespassing they want the coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire to shut down in Harvard James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio and now to the presidential campaign senator Elizabeth Warren's campaign announced today that a raise twenty one point two million dollars in the fourth quarter which apparently locks behind her top rivals for the democratic nomination Warren was the only candidate among the highest polling contenders former VP Joe Biden Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and people to judge former mayor of south bend Indiana to raise a less in the final months of twenty nineteen than she did in the previous three month period when she raised twenty four point six million dollars however centerless Warren did exceed a twenty million dollar fundraising goal which was set after her campaign announced last week that was falling short and close the year with a new wave of donations coming up in just a few minutes here WBZ newsradio will tell you why and where a psychic palm reader is arrested by police the first things first back to your ride eleven thirty three traffic and weather together starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic in the threes any trouble spots right now our watches of slowdowns up to the north there are one twenty eight north found some residual delays coming up the route twenty in Waltham from earlier road work that we had route three route one at ninety three all in pretty good shape downtown store or drive west bound watch out for these rightly cruise just before the be you bridge stay to the left to get by that to open tonight's right to one from Chelsea no reported problems here inside the airport totals mass pike the nice right here from Boston out to Auburn and back south of town the expressway south bound hung up here of Columbia road down through seven held that a nice ride down the.

first things first WBZ south bend Indiana Bernie Sanders Vermont Joe Biden VP senator Boston James R. O. bow New Hampshire Auburn Chelsea Waltham New England centerless Warren
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That the coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire to be shut down call the train well in advance and said that there is a structure and to stop the train and they get please try negotiating with the four remaining protesters on the scaffolding but eventually removed and arrested them but the group will be back depends on how quickly full stops being used to the train did eventually continue on its way to New Hampshire and Harvard James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio and now to the presidential campaign senator Elizabeth Warren's campaign announces today that a race twenty one point two million dollars in the fourth quarter which apparently locks behind her top rivals for the democratic nomination Warren was the only candidate among the highest polling contenders former vice president Joe Biden Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and Pete booted judge former mayor of south bend Indiana to raise less in the final months of twenty nineteen than she did in the previous three month period when she raised twenty four point six million dollars however senator Warren did exceed a twenty million dollar fundraising goal which was set after her campaign announced last week that was falling short in close the year with a new wave of donations the deadline to file claims for the Columbia gas settlement is now extended more details coming up in just a few minutes about your right right now it is ten thirty three traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three Kevin has a volume well two of the volumes light for the most part but we wanted a couple trouble spots up to the north route three south bound over a mile back up to a rollover crash after one thirteen and Kingsborough just that left breakdown lane is getting by their operative one twenty eight south bound jammed here from winter street in Waltham getting down the road work taken out a lane here at route twenty it wall fan that's over two miles a stop and go for you there downtown not bad on that lever connector but you get on sterile drive west bound expect brake lights here approaching right lane cruise after the.

Waltham senator Warren south bend Indiana Vermont Joe Biden senator James R. O. bow New Hampshire New Hampshire Kingsborough Kevin New England Pete Bernie Sanders vice president Elizabeth Warren Boston
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To shut down the coal fired plant around twenty members of the group and no call no gas bill scaffolding on the track three stories high just south of route to this woman and her friends were detained they did tell us that we're trespassing we had to get off the train tracks harbored police chief and Denmark been almost thirty years been to several different types of protests but nothing worse anyone actually set up scaffolding and went to this level to to block train traffic so obviously the committed to their cause for activists passively resisted arrest but were eventually removed from the scaffolding and taken into custody for trespassing they want the coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire to shut down in Harvard James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio it's eight thirty six new calls by animal activists for horse racing to be suspended at Santa Anita Park in southern California we get more from ABC's Alex stone in the last thirteen months thirty seven horses have died at Santa Anita now only days into the new season to have died since December twenty six first horse name truest reward sustained a broken left foot during training and had to be put down then on Wednesday the first racing death when golden birthday took a bad step in was euthanized last year I like county prosecutors found no criminal wrongdoing when it came to horror status at CNN need yeah I like stone ABC news Los Angeles well three days into the new year are being warned about what not to do when writing checks and signing documents abbreviating can be a green light for scammers law enforcement technology and consumer experts advice is to write the full date twenty twenty abbreviating could make you vulnerable to fraud it also was a good idea to write out the month abbreviating gives forgers a ticket to ride perhaps making it simpler to cash in old check even establish an unpaid debt and legal issues will be minimized for example today would be January three comma twenty twenty Gary non CBS news physical fitness a priority for many in the new year but ABC's Terry all but you're saying fiscal fitness is equally as important so maybe one of your new year's resolutions is to lose weight or get shared so much over the holidays.

Los Angeles CBS Gary fraud James R. O. bow New Hampshire Terry CNN Santa Anita Alex stone ABC California Santa Anita Park Boston Denmark
"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bow new hampshire" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"If you have any performance stock product that you purchased after July twenty second twenty nineteen you should throw it out CBS is Diane king hall well it may be fall but temperatures are certainly on a yo yo cold one day warm the next and we're hearing the annual complaint from teachers and students in Boston about the lack of air conditioning and many of the schools mayor Walsh has heard it before two thirds of our buildings are built before World War two and when a lot of the schools a bill that went to get recognition on the ship but they didn't I mean it was a different time in there too only thirty three of the city's one hundred. the five schools have air conditioning the teachers union says it's frustrated with what it calls a mayor's avoidance of the issue it was a shorter weekend for many of the sea port who got home later than usual Friday night protesters gathered in the heart of the afternoon rush on the Congress street bridge demanding action on climate change they call this a flood the seaport protest no arrests were made sixty seven people have a date in front of a judge after they were arrested at a protest outside of a coal fired plant in bow New Hampshire Saturday WBZ's Charlie Sherman with that story the activists were charged with trespassing on the grounds of the Merrimack station after more than two hundred protesters turned out for the rally and called for the coal fired plant to be shut down the protests came at the end of a week of climate demonstrations around the world calling for governments to do more to reduce carbon emissions the protest was organized by non profits such as three fifty New Hampshire rights and democracy New Hampshire youth movement and climate disobedience hydraulic Sherman WBZ Boston's newsradio shanks restaurant at the Halifax Country Club destroyed by fire last night fire crews got an automatic alarm around eleven o'clock and phone have the fire at the rear of the building and managed to hold it to the restaurant no one was injured and a hiker in Connecticut has quite a story to tell he was walking near lake is your Saturday when he was confronted by a black bear the bear knocked the man to the ground and then took off into the woods.

CBS Diane king hall Boston Walsh Merrimack station New Hampshire Halifax Country Club Connecticut Congress street bridge bow New Hampshire Charlie Sherman twenty second one day