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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | Last month

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Agreement to extend some pandemic policies like protection for renters against eviction. Cocktails to go and outdoor dining on public streets. This bill is on Governor Charlie Baker's desk right now, he is expected to sign it as soon as today. Getting a shot in the arm in Massachusetts now gives you a shot at a million dollars Charlie Baker telling us if you're fully vaccinated, and a Massachusetts resident, you to have a shot of the good life with this program being done in conjunction With the mass state lottery. It's called vax Millions. You know, like mass millions. We're announcing the Massachusetts Vax. Millions give away the state is vaccinated four million people now, the governor says the goal is to provide an incentive for those Who haven't done it. One of $51 million cash prizes, and residents who are between 12 and 17 may enter for the chance to win one of 5 $300,000 Scholarship awards. Good luck, everyone at the Statehouse, Cameron Regal, WBC Boston's NewsRadio on deck on Lake Geneva. Full plate for President Biden with no lunch with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The pair will huddle up in a series of meetings this morning that is expected to last for hours. ABC Karen traverses there with a hint of what's to come. President Biden says he wants to set the US Russia relationship on a new path forward with the White House, setting low expectations for any major breakthroughs today. Here in Geneva, the president has seemed reluctant to say publicly what needs to happen for this summit to be a success. I'm going to make clear The President Putin. That are areas where we can cooperate if he chooses. Officials say President Biden will push Vladimir Putin on cybersecurity, Russian election interference, Human rights and Ukraine. Karen Travers ABC News Traveling with the president in Geneva, right, 6 33. It looks like your brake.

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Boston Man Convicted Of Police Bombing Asks For Compassionate Release

WBZ Overnight News

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Boston Man Convicted Of Police Bombing Asks For Compassionate Release

"Officer officer and and the the severe severe wounding wounding of of another another asks asks for for a a compassionate compassionate release. release. WBC's WBC's Karen Karen Regal Regal says says it's it's because because of of covert covert concerns. concerns. Attorneys Attorneys for for the the now now 64 64 year year old old Alford Alford strangler strangler say say their their client client convicted of building the bomb that Killed Officer Jeremiah Hurley and severely wounded his partner Francis fully should be released because his heart issues make him more of a covert risk. Strangler did refuse the vaccine while in prison. His attorneys say their client was worried about how that would affect his heart. His attorneys also argue he has served more than enough trying for the crime of which he was convicted. But Hurley's daughter, Leanne, TN, herself, a Boston police officer. Well, the judge of a man who loved his job in his family officer fully son, Frank, a Boston firefighter, told the court of a severely wounded man with PTSD, he said of this compassionate release request. Alford Strangler chose his fate. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. More

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Boston's Marty Walsh Answers Questions on Minimum Wage in Confirmation Hearing

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Boston's Marty Walsh Answers Questions on Minimum Wage in Confirmation Hearing

"For Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Gender confirmation hearing for his nomination his labor secretary, they were holding a hearing on the nomination of Mayor Marty Walsh to be secretary of Labor and a dark suit and crimson time Air. Marty Walsh was introduced by Senator Elizabeth Warren, who called the mayor Marty and referred to him as her friend. Then the questions began. Kansas Senator Roger Marshall concerned about a higher federal minimum wage, saying differences in cost of living would destroy jobs in his state. Marshall use an analogy that didn't quite fine. Boston, Massachusetts What? What's the last cup of coffee you paid for? What did it cost last cup of coffee It paid for in Boston was probably and doughboy doughnuts, and I think it was a Almost 75. Well, that's that's a good deal. It's a good bargain. Nonetheless, I support him in that $15 minimum wage. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, The Senate panel

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 6 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More than ever. It matters where you get your news, WBZ news radio. 31 degrees right now in Boston. It is snowing in the city at eight o'clock. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. Well, absolutely usual pomp and circumstance that goes with the state of the Commonwealth address. Governor Baker tonight delivered it from his office. WBC's Carl Stevens has more from a nurse practitioner in western Mass to a restaurant owner in Quincy. Governor Baker thank the people of Massachusetts for their kindness, strength and perseverance, making it through a tough year. And while the virus is still with us, the governor in this state of the Commonwealth address pointed out that better days are coming. The end is in sight. For the next few months. We must continue to stay vigilant and take the steps that we all know to stop the spread. No, this we will but beat this virus. In life will begin to return to normal. At the close of his speech, he acknowledged political skirmishes We've seen over the past year, and he closed with a call for civility, alluding to a quote from Walt Whitman. Curious, not judgmental. Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio a tow one of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is confirmed to be secretary of labor. Somebody has to be mayor. The rules in the city called for a special election if Walsh leaves office by the fifth of March, but the election properties in November and that's a lot of effort for a small amount of time. That's why the Boston City Council is considering skipping the special election. As it stands now. Boston could have a special election this summer, and then the regular election this fall, with both of those elections required. Primaries, meaning between now and November, Boston could have four elections. Most everyone seems to agree that is insane, fiscally and public health wise, given the pandemic during a public hearing, Boston City Council President Kim Janey, who would become acting there, explained why she's for just skipping. The elections and countless others all agree that a special election is at best foolish and at worst dangerous, Jamie explained. She put her own situation before the ethics board, which said it is proper for her to participate in this process. Cameron Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio and 802 Tonight we're watching this story out of Washington, The longest serving Democrat in the Senate is in the hospital tonight. No word yet on 80 year old Patrick Leahy.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A few 100 troops. Sometimes when they asked, they asked for a very particular Kinds of guard personnel who have particular skills experience and on that can't that usually means that they take bigger big numbers from some places where they have the kind of people they're looking for, and not so much from others. Baker says. The request is being processed, but a request for that number of people is quote imminently manageable. Reporting from the Statehouse. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. Maybe you've noticed except numbers in Massachusetts have been changing quickly on the highways. GPS. APS, however, are slow to keep up and there has been some confusion. Driving into Quincy was very confusing this morning. Here's what I heard in one mile take exit 18. But there were no signs for exit 18 anywhere. Just exit 42. Wasn't until the off ramp itself that I saw some teeny tiny letters indicating that the old exit 18 had changed What hadn't changed his Google maps, and that's pretty frustrating to drivers like Mike from situate. It's confusing his health, you know. GPS doesn't pick up on it feeling everything. It's kind of confusing these days, but not Monica from Dorchester. The GPS is I don't recommend ups is when you're from here, you should know where you at Google says It's largely upto local authorities to update that info. They've set up a geo data upload platform for cities and states to submit changes like new exit numbers. In other words, the ball is probably in mass dots court. That's sheer WBZ. Boston's news radio on extra numbers Changing what doesn't change is we check traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the threes. 4 33, the Subaru Retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What's going on? Mike Nori! Thanks, Vanya. We are back here. Let's check out the expressway here High above is the double DBC news radio traffic copter. We're just about done with everything here on the expressway south down. This almost eased out completely done around the south and unwrap. There's a tiny little slow down there. And then after that, you're next. Slow down doesn't happen until you're down. After Brian talent Quincy headed under the Braintree split. How about the North? Downside? Well, that's fine. Christian, aka the WBC news radio traffic copter now not bad at all. Yet, Route three South Downs in pretty good shape as well. You could make it from Braintree all the way and pass through 1 39 without any problems. Now, 93 South is backed up a little afterward. 37 over the route. 24. Yeah, you'll see brake lights at the start of route 24 as well. 95 South is pretty slow going after mechanic Street down past 4 95 up to the north. Things aren't bad, however, an issue on Route one south in Saugus, a minor crash after Walnut Street off to the right 93 North sounds good all the way up past 4 95, the upper end of 1 20 eights in good shape out to the West. The mass turned bikes doing well, but delays on route to West through conquered out towards the rotary. A downtown Things are pretty good here. The lower deck of 90 three's wide open sewers, the Tobin Bridge. Storrow Drive East is backed up a little bit coming into Leverett Circle. My king WBC's traffic on the three have some clouds around tonight. Temperatures near 30 some clouds around tomorrow with a couple of Raiders. Snow showers, especially in the morning. Temperatures eventually get into the low to maybe.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Shopping strip. That is route 28. It is just that's not to say that you can't drive on it. It's not a foot of snow here in Salem. It's just maybe an inch or two. Driving still remains difficult. And there are concerns about freezing. Just because it looks like pavement doesn't mean it is because Isis as we all know, Nicole, his speaking Reporting from Salem, New Hampshire. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. Most certainly is. We'll take a look at how the roads are affected across the state in just about 30 seconds, But other news we're watching today. Of course, we're taking a quick check on the latest unemployment numbers. Those come out on Thursdays. It's like first time jobless claims are on the rise around the nation. Labor Department says those rose to 885,000 this past week. Analysts were expecting that number to be closer to 810,000. It's up from 778,000 week before Here in Massachusetts. 24,381 new claims reported this past week and that is down about 2200 from the prior room. 11 33 has promised time to get back to traffic and weather together and we'll start off on the road. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the priest. And Kevin. The plans have been out there. They're doing their thing, but that's no. It's just coming down real fast. Yeah, most certainly is. And with that snow coming down, But you know what The good thing is, A lot of roadways is starting to get a little bit better with the nonstop plows going back and forth. That doesn't mean you're out of the woods yet, but nonetheless, some areas are better than others out there. Some highway still snow covered on all lanes. Maybe just one lane of traffic. Getting by some highways are down to the bare pavement. But again with the Colder temperatures come again and a lot of Varys could get some of that flash freezing. Now the mass pike were still posted speed limit 40 MPH between Boston and the New York border Pike Westbound. I'm seeing slowdowns behind plows near that Newton corner stretch and then out in Charlton, we gotta crash involving a car that went into a back of a tractor trailer. Right near that child and rest area, too. Right Lanes are blocked. You'll need to stay to the left to get around them. Visibility could be an issue out there as well. I'm gonna want to keep those speeds down. Give yourself lots of extra time to get from point A to point B. We've had our share of crashes and spin out. Still working. The left lane Crash Expressway north that granted Avenue and 1 28 North bound left lane crash here at Route three in Burlington. This report sponsored by indeed dot com If you're hiring you need indeed, indeed delivers quality candidates You could focus on interviewing people with the right skills.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good eats and believe me, they deserve it. When did they start out on the roads? Eight o'clock last night? Yeah, absolutely. Mike drives the sand truck from the Highlands to the cell Shore Plaza. He's been all over Braintree and the storm is living up to the hype. It's been treacherous, blinding. The snow was accumulating at a rate that's just almost impossible to keep up with last time. He's seen something like this 2015 2015. That was that was the last bed one. Yeah, That was definitely the last bet Mike also telling me if you have to be driving, keep your distance and keep that speed limits to a slow pace Reporting in Braintree. Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio, despite the efforts, still tough to keep up, Let's check in with WBC's Karen Regal on the Roadways of Rude One. Good morning, Karen. Good morning. I just watched my second car rescue in a half an hour and a half a mile on Route one in Saugus. I just talked to Andre, who was dropping off his girlfriend at work and Poor Andre. This is what he gets for being a gentleman got stuck three times while trying to drop off his girlfriend once getting out of his driveway the second time in the middle of the parking lot and the third time while attempting to leave his girlfriend at her place of employment, and I watched while four blue collar elves left out of a pick up wearing a yellow card hard Overalls and managed to push him and dig him out of the place. He was, I think, and all of the span off like 30 seconds, using snow as pixie dust, as these blue collar elves tend to do, and then they just kind of silently went on their way. Andre said. He would certainly drop off. His girlfriend again because he is a good man. But that is the kind of driving that it is out here. I mean, even the larger SUVs are getting stuff just because of the amount of snow that is on the road. The amount of time it is taking for the plows to keep up and they are certainly working like Clydesdales trying to do this and the amount of their the way it just keeps piling up here, Jeff I took the turn. From the Lin Fells onto Route one North and Jeff, If I did not know that was a ramp there, my brain would not accept the fact that there was a ramp there. So snow covered. Was it reporting from Route one? Cameron Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio, and if that weren't enough, we're going to get updates on jobless claims in just a few minutes. Let's find out if that's making an impact on the market with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, it may not be pretty. Jeff Economist forecast another 815,000 Americans filed for state unemployment benefits for the first time last week. That's fewer than the week prior. But you know this time of year, a lot of people pick up part time jobs at stores are making deliveries. So it's another sign the.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"60 degrees in Boston at three o'clock in the afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Host Thanksgiving and pre Christmas and covert 19. That's what Governor Charlie Baker was updating reporters about at the State House today. WBC's Karen Regan was there. You'll never again hear Governor be happy that traffic at Logan and travel on trains and Busses was down 60 to 80%. But Governor Baker is he asked people to curb Thanksgiving gatherings. And he says, Thank you for that. He's also asked me to keep it up may come as a surprise, but the guy your sister knows who used to work with a guy who knew your friend. They aren't necessarily Up to speed of the date or accurate with what they know. About what we and others. Up to At this time, the Commonwealth is not planning any additional closures or restrictions. The governor was on a C D C call Monday. He says he was told vaccine distribution should start mid month. First up most at risk people reporting from the Statehouse. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, state lawmakers set to vote this afternoon on a major police reform bill. The legislation I mean, after months of negotiations prompted by protests in the wake of George Floyd's death in police custody in Minneapolis, the bill, among other things, would create an independent commission to certify and trained officers. Banned the use of chokeholds Carol Rose, the executive director of the Massachusetts A. C L U, says the commission should be a model for other states in the nation as well. Commission eyes Going to be comprised of not just long force it like it is in some other states, but actually it's gonna include civilians. On experts of civil rights and experts in anti discrimination and things like that really makes it a blueprint for the rest of the country. The bill would also create a duty to intervene for police officers who observe another officer using force beyond what is necessary. A few lawmakers have spoken out against the vote today. Same anymore Time to digest the bill. Say they received less than 24 hours to read over the measures of 129 pages. Stay with WBC news radio will keep you up to date. Department of Justice says it hasn't found any evidence of voter fraud that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. The comment from Attorney General William Bar fly in the face of President Trump's false claims that the election was stolen, and his continued refusal concede the loss to President elect Joe Biden Bar told The Associated Press that both prosecutors and FBI agents have been working to confirm a specific complaints and information they have received. But they have not seen fraud on a scale that would have caused two different outcome in the election. CBS is Allison.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Been simply spectacular and will be again this weekend with daytime highs in the sixties, both Saturday and Sunday with some sunshine both days as well. 61 starting to clothe cloud over here in Boston at 705, making moves on the nb ta, the Green Line extension project. Is on time and on track, the governor says the data is constantly being re examined. We rethink the re opening pretty much every day, and rid communities with higher rates of infection seemed to know in most cases, exactly what the problem is. North Andover went from Green to red. Because of Merrimack College, Okay, and it's because of the testing that we're doing. In the colleges and the tracing follow up that made it possible for people to figure that one out and contain it with the governor in Cambridge, Cameron Regal W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio slightly different story than we had told you about at the beginning. Nonetheless, the Green line project is extended. So are the extension project is expected to be completed on time by the end of next year. The governor making mention of that, also in his news conference yesterday, a woman seriously hurt after being run down by a stolen pickup truck in Boston. Witnesses say the driver simply walked away after the crash near the public garden. The search now for a suspect is on as police scour surveillance video and ask for your help, too. No word on the woman's condition. This morning. Jim in trouble. The bankrupt owner of Boston sports clubs has permanently or temporarily shut down several of its locations in Massachusetts, and did so suddenly, members get the word in the mail and email that is. The fitness chain currently runs more than two dozen gyms in Massachusetts. BSC as it's known as came under fire early in the pandemic from the attorney general's office when it continued to charge members fees even when it was shut down. Under a state mandate. Need a crock pot or something else for the home, But don't want to go out and buy one. Well, if you live in Newbury ports You got a deal for you? BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe with more. It's called Share Bank, Newburyport and online library of HomeGoods, kitchenware and lawn, pet and beach items that residents can reserve free of charge for three weeks at a time as if they were taking out a book from the library. The program is run by Christian Wolff of the Tort Zero Waste Newburyport Group to keep the world and better balance for better sustainability. We need to curb our consumption,.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Congress since 2016 Bob Dylan said the times they are a changing In Massachusetts. The signs they are a changing highway signs. That is, the federal government mandates the change so that exit numbers are based on mileage. All of this will take time. State Senator Jamie Seer has been working on an exemption for Route six on the Cape. Saying re numbering those exits will hurt businesses You advertise based on those exit numbers and whose tourists come year after year, For example, exit to one Route six will become exit 59 from from the hyper tech savvy, downright lot. I They all use cell phones to navigate with a lot of information that's already contained on it, including distance by mile. This just clearly represents Policy that one look closely doesn't make sense. If states don't comply, they could lose federal highway funding. The old and the new exit numbers will be displayed for awhile. Cameron Regal W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio, 3 33 traffic and Weather Together. The Superbowl retailers up doing little wheel drive traffic on the threes regardless of where the exit numbers are what they are troubles always off their money. Yeah, we've got delays north of town. Banyat, This is 93 North, Really? Not sure what the exit number is, but it's commerce. Way jammed commerce Way up through Wilmington. That's over two miles. This was triggered by an earlier crash by Daskal roads. All lanes have reopened there. It's just the residual backup, and hopefully it'll ease out soon. It should elsewhere. 1 28 South. Slow going for a little while to Burlington. Coming down. Pass through three, eh? Not terribly unusual. Their route one's off to a good start. Same deal with root three up through. Ah say, Chelmsford and Tings Borough Hall. Good there. Ah, the expressway self and not good crawling out of the tunnel to South Bay And then shortly after Squad, um Street down to the brain tree split. We're looking at 30 minutes now. Boston to Braintree. Prepare for that, nor founds. Not bad. Coming in just slow as you passed over Neponset Circle. 90 three's tide of both ways Getting to route 24 yet stays like that on 24 south for a little while Then more delays down past 4 95, which we see typically up to the tail to the West. Here, 1 90 North is still seeing delays from West Boylston up into holding a couple of miles as roadwork continues, passed through 12, the mass turnpikes off to a good start. And then downtown store. All drive East is slow coming into Lefferts Circle and the Tobin Bridge AL found is starting to back up to my king W B. C's traffic on the three we've got some clouds around now. Mostly cloudy skies overnight Tonight a little windy still as well. Clearing late tonight, and winds diminish a bit low 55 in.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning and close at eight PM Boston School has made a mistake that kept dozens of students out of its exam schools. Here's W. B. C's Karen Regal. It was one team not talking to the other, says Boston superintendent of Schools Brenkus alias and that led to dozens of students not being accepted to Boston sought after exam schools are getting in when they probably shouldn't have What happened was a great point. Averages were not calculated properly. Students who should have been accepted will be accepted. Students who shouldn't have been won't be tossed. Everybody gets to stay because we took a no harm. Um Stands. So if you had been admitted, we're going toe complete. No, obviously could let you stay. Most of the students affected her from charter schools or private schools. Cameron Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio, the City of Somerville says it's entering phase 3.1 this week if the numbers keep trending in the right direction. This means certain fitness clubs and classes can start up again. There will be safety restrictions in place. Somerville is held back, joining the rest of the state in Phase three there, Joe Carter, Tony says. If the numbers look good, some gyms and indoor rec centers could open on the eighth. Coming up, will check sports. Apple powered the NASDAQ to a new high. While most stocks drifted lower, the Dow Jones industrial Average dropped 220 for the S and P 500 fell eight. Then as that gained 80. Robin Hood markets and three other online brokers say they fix problems that disrupted their trading platforms this morning. It's not clear whether the problems were related TD Ameritrade, Vanguard and Schwab also had difficulties. There has agreed to buy the online vitamin.

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Dozens of students were not admitted to Boston exam schools because of mistake

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Dozens of students were not admitted to Boston exam schools because of mistake

"A mistake was made keeping dozens of students out of its exam schools. It was one team not talking to the other, says Boston Boston superintendent superintendent of of Schools Schools Britannicus Britannicus alias alias and and that that led led to to dozens dozens of of students students not not being being accepted accepted to to Boston Boston sought sought after after exam exam school's school's air air getting getting in in when when they they probably probably shouldn't shouldn't have have What What happened happened was was a a great great point. point. Averages were not calculated properly. Students who should have been accepted will be accepted. Students who shouldn't have been won't be tossed. Everybody gets to stay because we took a no harm. Um Stance. So if you had been admitted, we're goingto complain. Oh, obviously could let you stay. Most of the students affected her from charter schools or private schools. Cameron Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio In what Island All school

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Massachusetts now requires flu vaccines for all students

WBZ Afternoon News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Massachusetts now requires flu vaccines for all students

"Baker announces new help for school districts as they prepare to open safely this fall. Here's W busies. Karen Regal Governor Charlie Baker, speaking at the Statehouse, says school districts that need rapid mobile testing unit from the state. You dance for those units. This program can be deployed to test students within a particular classroom or other groups, a local health department and the Department of Public Health at the state level Worked with a local school district to determine a certain conditions are met and that this program should be deployed. Asked about ongoing protests from teachers, some of whom say they will only work remotely until a covert 19 vaccine is available. The governor says I respect and understand the importance of making sure that this be done safely. But I would also ask people to respect the science at the Statehouse. Cameron Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio, all students here amounts of truce It's from pre K two college kids are now required to get a flu vaccine. By the end of the year. W. Busy Suzanne Saz Ville went out about to find out what some Baystate residents thought about the governor's new mandate. It's not a scientific study, but to my surprise 75% of the people I spoke with said they were against it like Jim, I think the state is wrong. Basically, I think it's up to the parents and whether or not the Children should have a flu shot personally myself. I would say yes, but I wouldn't force the parents to make the kids have the flu shot now, and J B doesn't like the idea either. If I had a kid, I I wouldn't do it because you don't know what's in the vaccine. One of the people who was in favour of the mandate was a teacher named Joan. Anything we can do to prevent this from getting even worse than it is. It's already Horrible We should do, she said. Why not just get the flu vaccine that way? We'll have one less thing to worry about. Suzanne Saz Bill W. B Z, Boston's newsroom and I do Want to mention There are a few exceptions. Students with a religious or medical exemption homeschool Children as well as college students who are completely off campus and learning remotely, although all other students still have to get the shot, even if their school is fully remote.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Test students within a particular classroom or other groups, a local health department and the Department of Public Health at the state level Worked with a local school district to determine a certain conditions are met and that this program should be deployed. Asked about ongoing protests from teachers, some of whom say they will only work remotely until a covert 19 vaccine is available. The governor says I respect and understand the importance of making sure that this be done safely. But I would also ask people to respect the science at the Statehouse. Cameron Regal W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and therefore O to a professor and pediatrician, says the rest of the country should follow Massachusetts. Dr. Edith Bronco Sanchez teaches at Columbia, and she told CNN today that other states also should start mandating the flu shot for all students, no matter what, great therein. States Department of Public Health rolling out that directive yesterday you heard here on W. B. C, but W. B C. Suzanne saws Ville went out and found a bit of local resistance about this. It's not a scientific study, but to my surprise 75% of the people I spoke with said they were against it like Jim. I think the state is wrong. Basically, I think it's up to the parents and whether or not the Children should have a flu shot. Personally myself, I would say yes, but I wouldn't force the parents to make the kids have the flu shot. No and J. B doesn't like the idea either. If I had a kid, I wouldn't do it because you don't know what's in the vaccine. One of the people who was in favour of the mandate was a teacher named Joan. Anything we can do to prevent this from getting even worse than it is. It's already Horrible We should do, she said. Why not just get the flu vaccine that way? We'll have one less thing to worry about. Suzanne Saz Ville W. B Z Boston's news radio, All right, 403 back to traffic and weather together Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, Mike, where to start Yeah, we're gonna start sent me here to go with the South out. Expressway Boy, It's just a crime coming out of the tunnel. Just a while ago, There was a left lane crash mats have now it breaks free down by self. A. You're back in it by granted have that's about 45 minutes. Boston to Braintree. Nor found delays. Not as bad but it is tough from granted. Have a past in a pond and pretty slow coming up towards the tunnel, too. All drew three south of it. Delays from Braintree Down to Derby Street delays Getting off Cape Go Figure Route 28 North found his lined up well over a mile into the born rotary route. 25 is backed up under a mile for the born getting onto the cape to the sag, more bridges fine. 1 28 South has got these on again off again. Delays who need him and dead him And then 93, of course, is hung up both ways getting to route 24 high above the upper and everyone 28. Now we've got them offering insurance copter. Better issue here. I want to know about the crash. It happened just after 8 38 mover before you get to Washington Street. The right hand lane is blocked. Now there's a flatbed record pulled up really close behind one of these vehicles. I'm trying to tell whether they're attempting to help or whether they were involved in the crash of the sky. Either way, it could be the case here. That you are jam packed beyond three AM Burlington Kristen in them offering insurance copter Looking downtown. I could see the lower deck is almost back to Sullivan Square. The Tobin Bridge Outbound enchanted back onto the loop ramp delays coming in on Storrow Drive East Not quite back to the Longfellow Bridge, but it may get there and finally the mass turnpike westbound. So far so good all the way out towards for 95. Miking W B C's traffic on the three liking, Kristen. Thank you. We'll get back to you in about 10 minutes. Let's.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be deployed to test students within a particular classroom or other groups, a local health department and the Department of Public Health at the state level Worked with a local school district to determine a certain conditions are met and that this program should be deployed. Asked about ongoing protests from teachers, some of whom say they will only work remotely until a covert 19 vaccine is available. The governor says I respect and understand the importance of making sure that this be done safely. But I would also ask people to respect the science at the Statehouse, Cameron Regal W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and a Tuo two. Now to the latest in the college admission scandal. Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband designer Massimo generally will learn their fates tomorrow at Boston Federal court during that hearing. However, Lachlan is facing new questions about her daughter's alleged involvement in that scandal. There's a bee sees Deborah Roberts persecutors, accusing Lori Laughlin and fashion designer husband Massimo generally of allowing their Children to become complicity in crime. Guys. Welcome back prosecutors saying the couple instructed their younger daughter, Social media darling, Olivia Jade, how to conceal the scheme from her high school counselor, noting when their daughter asked whether she should list USC is her top choice school Lachlan Applying? Yes, but it might be a flag for the weasel to meddle. Prosecutors now recommending Lachlan be sentenced to two months in jail. Generally five months, three time trap again, whether together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trials proved to be successful Quarantine list growing in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, Alaska, Delaware, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands all added to the list of states. That requiring a 14 day quarantine in the tri state area. Visitors have to fill out questionnaires that they arrived by Air War. Stay at hotels going to Hawaii as a tourist. No, not till October, at least. The governor of Hawaii, says the state will not reopen to tourism till then, as a covert case, Serge has occurred. Opioids are still the number one drug when it comes to addiction in New England, but another one has been sneaking into usage. W. B. C's Cameron Regal spoke of the man in charge of the drug enforcement Agency for all of the New England states, opioids like fentanyl, destroying more lives than any other drugs, But something new is coming in, says John Daly knows the associate special agent in charge of the Dia's New England field division. It's cartel made crystal meth, something that has not been traditionally seen here in most of New England, Dolina says. This is driven by dealers, not by addicts. They're marketing it to these users and saying, if you're if you're in the lows of a fentanyl use Take some methamphetamine and that'll help get you two where you need to be next one of the goals of getting this information out so people caring for those with addiction as well as parents can be aware and sound an alarm in the toxic combination. That we've really never seen before. Cameron Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio. Police in a number of communities of searching for thieves after they used fake debit cards to steal from ATMs. The group appears to have stolen from ATMs in Boston and Quincy and netting more than $30,000. In the process. There was an explosion at an industrial plant and Ashland leading to it. The evacuation of several homes in the area. Officials say. A carbon dioxide tag apparently ruptured a kid Finn well on Main street. After Cruz drained the damage tanks, families were finally allowed to go back into their home. If you have a cough, so are scratchy throat. Something like that. What do you normally do? I use honey turns out Good idea when it comes to coughs, sore throats or a stuffy nose, a British study has found. Honey appears to be superior to such conventional treatments as anti histamines, cough suppressants and painkillers, improving both symptoms and recovery rates and honey was far superior to antibiotics, which are ineffective against most upper respiratory infections. Medics. CBS's Vicky Marker, actor Ryan Reynolds, selling his aviation American gin company. For big bucks the 43 year old enter to deal with alcohol giant Dogo that's worth up to $610 million. The earn out style deal has an initial payment of 335 million and after 275 million is up for grabs, depending on the alcohol's sales over the next 10 years. Reynolds is set to maintain ongoing ownership interest in the company. The dead pool after said in a statement that the company is one of the most fulfilling projects that he's ever worked on. I, Mark Mayfield Circle of life on full display. U Mass Wooster, a medical student involved and we get the story from the BBC TV's Julie McDonald, the start of Neely Amir's medical career is happening at the very same place. She began her life You Mass memorial in Worcester. It's rewarding work and learn at her own community hospital, but she had no idea the treat to come on her August 3rd birthday. A lot of O B G. Ryan's to deliver babies on their birthday. It's not unusual to be working on your birthday. But I don't think that many get to deliver babies on their birthday in the hospital that they were born on. The fourth year medical student found herself helping to deliver a baby in the exact same place. She arrived 28 years ago, and at nearly the same time I looked at the clock and noted that it was about 15 minutes prior to the time that I was born, and so it was really just a full circle moment. Mr Natives, focusing her medical career on caring for women with Intellectual and developmental disabilities. You have the app..

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We're removing these obstacles. So free buses. It's possible fiscally in Roxbury, Cameron Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio and It's 602 We're watching Developing news tonight out of Bellingham, where fire officials say a person was struck by lightning today. Isha! Lt's Tell W. B C news radio. First responders arrived to the call right by Depot Street around 2 45 this afternoon. Another husband, severe weather making its way through the area tonight. Cathy Woodman lives nearby. She says she saw the storm come close and then heard the emergency call on the scanner. When the rain came down, it's like the skies opened, and then the thunder and lightning inside it. It was a big lightning bolt over the tree line. Cast out complex. And it was probably 10 minutes. Five minutes after that. We heard the call. Come on the police scanner of it. Ah, young lady had been hit by the look while they said hit by the lightning. Now, fire officials say the person who was hit is in the hospital tonight. As of now, no word. No word on their condition. But we'll keep you posted here on radio. Let's get a look at the roads and the weather again. Traffic and weather together. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Hi there, Mike there, Nicole. We're still looking at some pretty busy highways to the south. And let's start with the expressway South found some improvements here South pounds actually. Much better coming onto this city, but still pretty tough from squad, Um, Street down to the brain's respect. That's at least 20 minutes. Boston to Braintree. Now the North bound side slow from Raintree up into East Milton. Some stop and go as you pass over in upon zits circle, but breaking free from there. You're good up to the tunnel through three South little backup coming out of Braintree. It's like that typically, but The big backup is farther south. It starts before room 1 39 and continues down into ducks Bury before it loosens up. There's more delays down after Route 40 foreign Plymouth and surprisingly no delays at all. At the sag more bridge there is about 1/2 mile at the born bridge, now 93 South found a slow exiting off Route 24 24. South is slow getting by. 45. Up to the north. 1 28 North bound. Slow going through Woburn is you come up past 93. That's typical, naughty. Three North sounds better now up through Medford up into and over. Andrew one is clear past the Lynnfield Tunnel. Mass pikes in decent shape to my king, double BBC's traffic on the three Thank you, Mike. And yet we've got more storms popping up out there tonight. I've got the radar up right now. I'm seeing a line making its way really straight through Worcester County. We've got a pretty good one, showing up near all, Burn and Spencer in Brookfield and also getting out toward the Quabbin Reservoir Orange and shoots Berry. Also Barry starting to see some storms as well. Later on tonight, we will start to clear up a little bit. It will be cloudy but, thankfully, the showers and storms expected to stop areas of fog out there right by the Costa's well later on tonight alone, your 64 Tomorrow, much better than it's been the past few days. A mix of sun and clouds warmer, sticky high near 82 in the city, mid eighties inland and upper seventies, right by the water for your Friday, starting off the holiday weekend, son gives way to clouds A couple of showers, especially in the afternoon, with a high near 75. And for your Saturday Independence Day. Pretty good day, actually, partly sunny, maybe a couple of rogue showers here and they're cool onshore breeze. We've got a high on Saturday, just about 75 degrees. It's 68 right now in some rain in Pittsfield, cloudy and Ipswich words 73 showers right now in Fall River as well where it's 71 right now in Boston. It is overcast at 605 and it's 71 degrees. Turns out the true number of Corona virus cases across the globe might actually be 12 times higher than the official count. That's according to a brand new study out of mighty. That study also says the actual.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Docs from welding process gotten to supplant, the liquids and ignited the flammable, liquids and. Gasoline and pretty good the buildings a total loss. But no one was hurt in Derry New Hampshire. Cameron regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thousand realtors are warning that a partial shutdown of the federal government is going to have a very negative impact on home sales. Correspondent Brian shook has more details. Fema is one of the departments shut down. And it must approve flood insurance policies that allow home sales to go through realtors claimed that up to forty thousand home sales could be delayed each month while they wait on those approvals FEMA issued a statement saying it is exploring ways for the policies to go through during the shutdown. So it doesn't delay home sales shutdown will also make it very difficult for home builders to obtain construction permits for business and residences. Several employees of the DoubleTree hotel in Portland, Oregon are placed on leave after a white security guard confronted a block man claiming he was loitering in the lobby even calling police, but it turns out. The man Jermaine Massey was a guest at the hotel and on the phone with his mother at the time. ABC's Clayton Sandell has more details. Tell says we sincerely apologize to Mr. Massey for his treatment this past weekend. Calling it unacceptable and contrary to our values. The incident echoes recent infamous cases of white people reporting black people for things like selling bottled water or hanging out at Starbucks. He incident was captured in a series of videos mousy took on his phone Portland. Police escorted mousy to his hotel room together his belonging and leave the hotel a police officer told him that he could be charged with trespassing if he resisted leaving governor Charlie Baker signs into law a Bill aimed at taxing and regulating short term rentals such as those offered by Airbnb Baker says in a statement his administration supports lovling. The playing field for short term rental operators who use their properties as defacto hotels. Airbnb issued a statement meanwhile, saying the company. Was deeply disappointed in a flawed Bill that emerged from beacon hill during the lame duck session. The Massachusetts lodging association welcomes new law blaming Airbnb impart for driving up rent and disrupting neighborhoods and other communities most people in the Boston area,.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To reopen it this summer pfizer dropping its alzheimer's and parkinson's disease research and along with that decision three hundred workers in new england will lose their jobs shire is restructuring it will separate its neuroscience and rare disease divisions that's the wbz market wrapped jeff brown wbz newsradio 1030 art have back to our top story now massive four alarm fire on broad street in lynn karyn regal is on scene and joins me now live teheran got here to the scene lorry 20 straight i'm sitting right across the strait you've got a triple decker on fire at last they pulled up yaron mark it has just gone to a four alarms all companies ordered out i think he onetwothree wetter trust mutual aid is on scene this is the very smoky fire lorry i uh i could compared to the why don't condition during the blizzard pulling up here was difficult to see and you go smoke blanketing the neighborhood as you stand it down win from this hopefully i'll be able to catch up with the chiefs in the next half hour or so you can imagine needs a little busy to think they know also getting a fall not going to help the situation on broad street clinton cameron regal wbz newsradio 1030 ari karen looking forward to seeing some of those pictures on scene she's quite the photographer she didn't know that already karyn regal wbz and congress streets will be shut down until tomorrow morning between state streets in boston behind city hall in the city after a water main break earlier that disrupt disruption caused huge traffic backups in the city and right now tom kutty is in the com sports studio the patriots preparing for saturday's divisional playoff game with tennessee players on the field tomorrow but first last week's national story painting the patriots with a rather dysfunctional brush bill bellichik during this morning's conference call read the article of already commented at length about that nothing happens since then so honored aimed at who it you can listen to it on the head coach on twitter at tom kutty sports bellichik asked if you will coach the patriots next season immediate response absolutely the bruins patrice bergeron nhl first star of the.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The news watch wbz news time ten thirty it is sixty six degrees here in boston on cameron regal wbz news and here's a we're following in the wbz newsroom trying to untangle the dnc smack down i challenging seen and chelsea overnight and situation for first responders and chelsea uncle protective gear at every called on anything likely a marshfield teen undergoing a mental health evaluation after allegedly making some pretty big threats what's at wbz accu weather 70s today a few brief showers late in the day partly cloudy 30s and 40s for lows tonight on wall street dow is down nine points from its record apple keeping it from getting worse the bloomberg business report is coming up president trump continuing to put the heat on hillary clinton on twitter today he called for a federal investigation of clinton and the democratic national committee after former dnc chair air woman donna brazile check claimed in a new book that clinton pretty much hijacked the presidential nomination process cbs is anne marie green has more this morning democratic leaders are reacting to allegations that hillary clinton's campaign took control of the democratic national committee during the 2016 campaign former gainful interim care woman donna brazile accuses the clinton campaign of taking control of the committee in exchange for funding to keep the committee financially afloat massachusetts senator elizabeth warren also believes the democratic national committee was rigged in favour of secretary clinton and she tell cnn's jake tapper it's disturbances a real problem but what we've got to do is democrats nail is we've got a hold this parting accountable democratic a jess marianne marsh finds warren's reaction disturb i pride by live with that war he had people who work for her who know this is routine who know the agreement clinton quay and who know that this is how it works so in the case of elizabeth warren i'm going to give her the benefit of the doubt maybe her apple tell her today that this is a routine thing there wasn't anything nefarious hair but when i look at the press boeing that's not bowing the facts you begin to understand why were in the neck wherein and the poor reporting that went on during the campaign and you start to understand that if you wanna complain about fake news you can't be pedalling it too brazil's book experts were released this week wbz news time ten thirty two the.

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"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"cameron regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wendell is expected in court lewis turkey the third was arrested without incident by orange police after the readily guinea was driving was stopped by police on west river street surkey was wanted for shooting amanda glover it's believed the two knew each other he's also accused of armed assault with intent to murder for allegedly shooting at an employee and it's you could be trucking company there have been a number of alleged sightings of starkey over the weekend i'm at the one man carrying a massachusetts constable badges free on bail after being charged in salem new hampshire with making a heroin deal police say on thursday afternoon rafael concepcion sold another person eight grams of heroin in the parking lot of babies are us on self broadway concepcion made the thousand dollars cash bail and he is due for arraignment late next month it'll be the first monday lane reductions on the mass migrant effect as the commonwealth avenue bridge replacement project gets underway i 90 is reduced when four lanes that three in each direction between the old paulsen brighton tolls and the beacon street overpass on wants drivers to hack their patience and maybe consider mass transit in wbz sports the red sox lost to tampa bay five three i'm cameron regal wbz news dog our wa breeze happen good bill every the president again tweeting this morning said kootenai discussed forming an impenetrable cybersecurity unit so that election hacking and many other negative things will be guarded winning i am sure that vitamin a putin could be of enormous assistance in that effort since he's doing the hacking a staff the down this idea of ever heard but his pretty close does the we started record on with chris cetera all six one seven two five or ten third or nine 929 ten and join the conversation it is sunday july knife just a few minutes past 9 o'clock and that means it's time for another addition of upfront on your host chris citric muscle the secular producer night side with dan ray once again a crazy week leading up to the show tonight and we're going to have a lot to cover so buckle in everybody can be a great show i am joined in studio this hour by tom mountain he's the chair of the.

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