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01:31 min | Last month

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A problem on the mass pike. Just getting word. This is still there. Westbound Mass pike by 1, 22 and Milbury, Laurie graduate Levi's ease traffic on the three. It's gonna get very dicey here in short order in Boston. In fact, it's already snowing across much of central and western Massachusetts. Everybody will start to see the flakes flying a little bit later this morning, possibly around noon. Time now the effect of this snowstorm when all is said and done is we're going to most of the area is going to see about a foot. Some areas will see substantially more of new snow, others less now along the South Shore, the Cape and the islands. It is going to be a mix of rain and snow to all rain on the Cape and islands. But the winds another portion of this storm we need to watch out for with wind gusts up to 60 MPH and the type of this snow is going to be the heavy, wet variety. So we do risk power outages in the region. That's why the WBC storm center will be cranked up and ready to go for you throughout the duration of this long term event. Right now, it is 24 degrees and just cloudy for the moment here in Boston, Snow is going to be lingering and getting heavier overnight. Tonight will continue and start to taper off tomorrow, some leftover flurries will hang around in tow. Wednesday but starts to get a little bit calmer after that, and milder than what we've experienced, too, with highs above the freezing mark is we get going in this week right now again 24 degrees and still just clouds here in Boston on a Monday morning, it is 6 36 cases of Corona virus and those who need to go to the hospital for treatment or both trending sharply downward in Massachusetts. More from WBC's Carl Stephen. We.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Presidents of Dissipated in for decades. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Steve Cave. Terrific story out of Fall River this hour of fall River men and his girlfriend are facing charges after the death of the man's 14 year old son. Police say the couple neglected a child in their care. And that they found evidence of daily narcotics abuse. No word yet on how exactly their son David Almond 14 died. Girlfriend, Jacqueline Marie Coleman is also accused of destroying a cellphone and attacking a police offers officer that tried to stop her from doing that. All right. This story the battle against the wildfires out west right now. In Colorado firefighters. They're working on an area of a forest that's bigger than the entire state of Rhode Island. This woman could do little more than weep as she watched a wildfire rage near granted be Colorado's getting worse. Cindy Avery lost her dream home in what's become the biggest wildfire in Colorado history. This came so fast and the wind was so crazy 3000 firefighters are battling the massive blaze burning in north central Colorado in southern Wyoming. Give Krystle a CBS News cases of infection of covert on the rise in Revere, Carl Stephen says the mayor delivered a strong message to his community last night. We don't like to focus on the light at the end of the Corona virus Tunnel, But last night Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo reminded residents they are still very much in the tunnel are single day case counts.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More than two hundred thousand people are under mandatory evacuation orders due to the Wolsey fire in southern California. ABC's Todd an has a story of one woman's life threatening drive through Malibu. In the canyon roads north of Malibu during what she thought could be the final minutes of her life a terrified. Rebecca hacker. Drove her car through a tunnel of fire to escape the flames. Embers bouncing off her windshield. She says you could feel the heat from the flames insider car at definitely thought I was going to die. I thought I'm not gonna make it out. But I just kept driving. Because I I didn't know what else to do you barely escape the Wolsey fire alive. Todd ant ABC news Homa fire in Dorchester displaces a family after thirty five years. WBZ's Carl Stephen says yesterday afternoon's blaze caused about half a million dollars in damages. The were at least two people in the house at the time. This fire started at this two and a half storey house here on Victoria street. This man says he was on the top floor when the fire started. What did you see an NC anything? Unfortunately, just engulfed with smoke. I just got out of the house once I got I saw flames. What was that? Like when smoke billowing in on you, you don't think about it. You just go to exit. That's it. Just get out as soon as possible. Don't get sneakers. Don't get nothing. Just get out is safe. Who is quick response? From fire crews, the house is still standing it. Looks like there's extensive damage inside from Dorchester, Carl Stephen stubby BBC News Radio ten thirty. Now this story. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is answering media questions in Frankfort Kentucky. An interim very.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lawrence seven people, including two children have been taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure today after they were exposed to elevated levels of carbon monoxide this happened this afternoon at a home on canton street in Lawrence. We're told that fire crews are on the scene right now. Ventilating the home they believe it should be okay. For occupation early tonight. Walpole police arrested a man charged with assaulting a six year old kid who was just trick or treating Carl Stevens was this with this story. It was a Halloween night that a six year old boy from wall Pullman ever. Forget police say the boy was assaulted by a homeowner when the six year old went up to the house looking for candy. The boy's mom says her son was screaming and crying. He told police the homeowner seventy three year old Richard Lawler pulled his hair and pinched him when police went to the home loan was on the front porch. Seemed agitated said the boy didn't like his candy and tried to get in the house. And that's when he pushed the boy away turns out Lawler had a loaded pistol in the small of his back. He handed it over to police. He was arrested on charges of assault and battery and disturbing the peace. Carl Stephen stubbed ubt NewsRadio ten thirty more needles. Turn up in Halloween. Candy, Salem, New Hampshire. Police say a sewing needle was found hidden in a Snickers bar. Marshfield? Police are still investigating sewing needles. Stuck inside of twizzlers Brant rock in Sturbridge. A metal object was found in a now and later taffy candy and a nail was found in a Hershey's bar in oak bluffs. Authorities are telling all parents inspect your kids candy before they eat it. WBZ news time.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All right onto the aftermath of Halloween. Walpole police today arrested a man charged with assaulting a six year. Trick or treat her Carl Stevens with the story. It was a Halloween night that a six year old boy from Walpole may never forget police say the boy was assaulted by a homeowner when the six year old went up to the house looking for candy. The boy's mom says her son was screaming and crying told police the homeowner Seventy-three-year-old Richard Lawler pulled his hair and pinched him when police went to the home Lawler was on the front porch. Seemed agitated said the boy didn't like his candy and tried to get in the house. And that's when he pushed the boy away turns out Lawler had a loaded pistol in the small of his back. He handed it over to police. He was arrested on charges of assault and battery and disturbing the peace Carl Stephen stop debate, NewsRadio ten thirty more needles. Turn up in Halloween. Candy, Salem, New Hampshire. Police say a sewing needle was found hidden in a Snickers bar. Marshfield? Police are investigating sewing needles. Stuck inside of some twizzlers in two separate packages and brand rock in Sturbridge. A metal object was found in a now and later taffy candy and a nail was. On her. She's chocolate bar in oak bluffs. Authorities urging all parents inspect your kids. Halloween, candy before they eat it. In other news this Friday ninety seven year old rose manager is laid to rest. She is the oldest of the eleven victims murdered at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh survivors are reflecting on what happened one week ago. Cara. Black says she escaped the gunman by hiding in a dark storage room with others think the time that he spent shooting them actually is what gave us the time to escape the room and. To me. They're they're martyrs. They gave us the time. So that we're still here. Black interview there by CBS correspondent David Begg. No WBZ news time three oh three but back to the roads. And.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Time one forty nine sixty one degrees cloudy in boston good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now president trump's former campaign chairman is going to jail until his trial in september a judge issued the order for paul manafort earlier today citing a new charge of obstruction of justice reports say the baker administration is calling for local police chiefs to take away gun licences from hundreds of massachusetts residents this after regulators found the decision to award those licenses violated federal law a medford man leaves a family heirloom at the curb while he's moving turns around and it's gone now he's offering a cash reward for his iron bed frame and on wall street the dow is down about two hundred thirty points the nasdaq down about twenty three and the sp five hundred is down eleven yelp is shutting down the accounts of teacher was having third graders post food reviews to want to hone their writing skills the globe says taryn schneider at teacher's union school has been told by yelp that she violated its terms of service because the reviews posted aren't hers schneider tells the paper she had created a second account because her students who are often doing more than one review of a restaurant and yelp says having a second user profile is also a no no company says it standing by its decision recreational cannabis shops in massachusetts may not open by july first after all and the cannabis commission is not rushing to issue licenses before that target date to among other things make sure the process is rolled out properly here wbz we're following the developments in the cannabis industry with our educational podcast blunt talk on this week's episode carl stephen speaks.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Week's episode carl stephen speaks of the chairman of the cannabis control commission stephen hoffman about when he thinks those facilities could open i think it's gonna take crew you know the bulk of next year in my estimation for the industry to really kind of mature and stand up i think we'll we'll see you know kind of increasing scale in terms of the number of syllables i'm not saying nothing's going to happen between now and the end of the year but i really do think it's going to take the eighteen month timeframe for this industry that said look mature and to be well distributed across the state in terms of geography in terms of diversity and all the other things that we're trying to accomplish full episodes of blunt talk on wbz ten thirty dot com or on the iheart app well today is started the two thousand eighteen world cup in russia but in two thousand twenty six north america will host wbz's karyn regal caught up with renowned soccer fan governor charlie baker soccer the one with the black and white ball right governor baker i'm a soccer fan today and tomorrow and every day after that i think it's a it's a great statement about the bid process that massachusetts went through on this one and everybody's really excited about it and looking forward to it it's a long way off but it's a big statement and we're all thrilled the governor are also says he's happy with the boost the economy will likely receive patriots owner robert kraft is the honorary chairman of the north american bid committee foxborough was home to six games during the nineteen ninety four world cup the bid committee hasn't decided yet where any of the games will be held however karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six forty one time for us to head to the ace hticket dot com sports.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The seaport in the west end on beacon hill today members of the house are set to debate the question of whether to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products wbz's carl stevens has the story proposed bill under consideration by the house today would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco and 'electronic cigarettes from eighteen to twenty one now that's something that's already in effect and much of the commonwealth because nearly two thirds of all cities and towns in massachusetts already have local ordinances that require somebody to be twenty one to buy tobacco products if the bill were passed massachusetts would join a few other states with such a law california hawaii maine new jersey and oregon carl stephen stubbed bbc news radio ten thirty s suspect act is now identified in connection with a knife attack on a waitress in chelsea this incident happened monday night after he blew off his bill the manhunt is now on for giraldo geraldo reas who is now facing an attempted murder charge officers responded to las papooses del chino restaurant around eleven pm monday the suspects waitress confronted the customer outside after he refused to pay his bill raise then allegedly slashed the waitress with a knife across a neck and hand police say race was possibly driving a red nissan with colorado plates anyone with information is asked to contact police immediately and you may wonder who would do this apparently thieves are added again stealing sewer grates in saugus the item reports these are taken three more sewer grades which loved very large holes uncovered now this creates a significant public safety issue last tuesday eight sewer grades were taken from the essex landing property where a one hundred and fifty million dollar complex is being built on route one then two were stolen laws wednesday from essex street and went from the lyndhurst elementary school each great ways between three hundred and three hundred and fifty pounds and cost the town of song is about three hundred dollars to replace police are still actively investigating and looking for any video footage wbz news time ten thirty seven bloomberg in about a minute this story has a happy ending we're telling you the end of the.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nineteen here in boston we've got sixty five degrees a coupla clouds in the sky if you're closer to the coast it can be seeing more clouds and even some fog on the south shore south coast and cape cod that should be burning off here sometime this afternoon highs in the mid to upper sixties our top stories now the white house says president trump us north korea's release of three american citizens as a positive gesture of goodwill president says secretary of state mike pompeo was on his way home from north korea with the americans and press secretary sarah sanders says they appear to be in good condition they were able to walk on the plane without assistance major companies in the united states in europe could be hurt from president trump's decision to pull the us out of the iran nuclear deal treasury secretary steven mnuchin says licenses held by boeing and its european competitor airbus to sell billions of dollars in commercial jets to iran will be revoked in other news a may culpa of sorts today from the states cannabis control commission officials say due to a clerical error ten mira i wanna businesses that were not originally intended to get priority licensing we're actually put on the approved list executive director sean collins says the reviews themselves were accurate and he says officials will get in touch with everyone affected by the situation meantime cities and towns take up the question of whether they'll allow the sale of recreational marijuana wbz's carl stevens reports there's now a question as to where you can actually smoke it you can smoke marijuana at home if you own the home but if you rent it gets complicated michael tulip advisor to the state kind of control commission told us a story about a medical marijuana patient the i was in greenfield this week with the patient who's being victimized from her section eight housing because she smokes cannabis and she refuses to the she refuses to eat edibles because smoking is the only way she can afford the product because it's so expensive who's taking the fight to a local housing court you can hear more on tomorrow's release of the podcast blunt talk available on the iheartradio app carl stephen stove abc news radio ten thirty wbz news time ten twenty.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"How about those boston bruins in the midst of a fun twenty eighteen team playoff run what a year it's been exceeding expectations all year and now here we are spring hockey when it matters the most brad marcham has had a great year and he says the hard work has really paid off for the whole team spot we we've worked hard to share to to be the team we already being a position where and patrice bergeron is doing what berge iran has done for years stepping up when it matters most but he knows the nhl playoffs are marathon not a sprint stained composed and and and you worry about what's in front of you you take the one game at a time you're saying moment and that's what we need to do speaking of marathon how about the weather we had for the boston marathon yuck anyway i digress back to hockey and as good as the stars have been for the bruins head coach bruce cassidy knows it's the bees depth that's really making them a stanley cup contender all year we won fifty games the customer support good a good team indeed let's go i'm carl stephen had the wbz water thank you carl wbz news time is ten twenty six we've got forty eight degrees and sunny skies in boston right now today will be mostly sunny breezy with a high of fifty four tonight clear the low thirty eight closer to thirty though in many of the inland suburbs and wbz news time is coming up on ten twentyseven sheri small we'll have the extended wbz accuweather.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Provides private and group lessons to boys he is not affiliated with the marblehead youth hockey association state department of public health is reporting that overdose deaths attributed to opioids were down eight point two percent in 2017 that is the first downturn in the base state since opioid death threats rates started to rise five years ago stateists toward rules on the question of what a police officer can do in the course of a routine traffic stop we get the story from wbz's carl stephen since is the case of a man was pulled over for speeding by police in whitman the police found drugs in the karni face drug charges he claimed before the state supreme court that the evidence should have been suppressed because it was the product of a pretextual stop he was stopped for one thing arrested for another the aclu got involved expressing concern that traffic stopped like this unfairly targeted people of color but the court today ruled the officer's actions were constitutional however in a consenting opinion justice bud writes that years of data bear out what many have long experienced that police stopped drivers of color disproportionately carl stephens wbz news radio jio 1030 wbz news time 1132 shots were fired this morning outside national security agency headquarters near washington exactly what happened is unclear late word from the spy agency as several people were hospitalized but none of their injuries caused by gunfire trouble started about seven o'clock this morning when an unauthorized vehicle tried to enter the nsa campus at fort meade maryland the nsa says weapons were fired but again no gunshot injuries the fbi is investigating and unhappy customers suing l bean over its new return policy climbing the company broke the vow to customers the lawsuit in federal court contends.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To wbz on the i heart radio apt republican senator jeff flake blasts president trump in his speech on the senate floor senator jeff lay criticized the president for deeming the press the enemy of the american people while waging attacks on the truth the free press is the despots enemy flake even drew comparisons to authoritarian rulers dictators it is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own pressed and uses words infamously spoken by joseph stalin to describe his enemies lake will not seek re election when his term ends later this shear steve dorsey cbs news washington former white house strategist eve bannon and the white house led to a rare bout of bipartisan anger yesterday when he refused to answer questions during his marathon interview by the house intelligence committee men and got advice from the white house directly about what to say and refused answer most of their questions when are learning the committee wants former white house strategists ban into produce some documents the panel also has the power to compel him to return for additional questioning ban has agreed to meet with special counsel robert molars investigators according to a person familiar with that decision is expected to be interviewed by prosecutors instead and of testifying before a grand jury a lawsuit has been filed in boston federal court on behalf of a gay couple of say they suffered a serious in dignity because a local of a local company vista print wb c's carl stevens for steven he usually andrew borg everything was all set for the big day their wedding day they were just waiting for the 100 custom wedding programs from vista print but what the two men got were not programs but pamphlets talking about the evils of gay marriage was the night before their wedding when it was supposed to be the time if they can relax and look forward to the biggest day of their lives and ultimately they felt supreme hurt their attorney michael woman filed suit in boston federal court yesterday his clients went to court to order the company to take steps to prevent this from happening in the future carl stephen wbc news radio 1030 can be easy news time is 312 it's time.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Budget for december freddie mac reports on this week's us average mortgage rates and delta airlines will report its quarterly financials before the markets opened today taking a look briefly at the futures everybody seems to be in the green the dow is up five the sp up almost one point and the nasdaq is flat at this particular time bc news time five thirty nine anita mother will be laid to rest today after dying from the flu wbz's carl stevens has a story josh a gofundme page has been started to help the family fifty one year old jenny cheng of needham who leaves behind husband and two young sons she was diagnosed with the flu and that led to an ammonia cases of the flu have been increasing across the country dr brian shaw from tough medical spinner spoke to wbz tv we do know that hospitalization rates for life related to influenza are rising across massachusetts he says this particular strain of the flu josh can be very dangerous for children the elderly anybody with the compromised immune system he recommends that everybody get the vaccine carl stephens wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time five forty the massachusetts patient advocacy alliance will hold a rally and protests today of 90 m outside the federal courthouse in south boston medical and recreational marijuana advocates are upset after attorney general jeff sessions rescinded protections for cannibus businesses us attorney andrew lulling has also confirmed the possibility of federal prosecution for people in the marijuana industry the state of war oregon says is disappointed after a number of marijuana retailers sold to minors during a recent sting corresponding chris brown says licences could be suspended at of seven portland area locations four sold the people under the age of twenty one poor are minor decoys who ranged in age from eighteen to twenty to be able to get in to a licensed premises and then to purchase product that's that's not acceptable mark patent or with the state's liquor control commission says those businesses could face a suspension of their path license and fines of up to sixty eight hundred fifty.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Get francisco permanent asylum status from chelsea carl stephens wbz newsradio 1030 two palestinians have been killed in an anti us protests in the west bank and guys it comes a day after the un general assembly overwhelmingly rejected washington's decision to move its embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem cbs's robert burgers in jerusalem israeli troops fired tear gas rubber bullets and live ammunition at palestinians protesting against president trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital one clash took place in bethlehem two days before christmas celebrations protesters held banners reading mr trump jerusalem is the capital of palestine robert burgers cbs news jerusalem and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu told cnn that several countries are now thinking about moving their embassies to jerusalem wbz news time one forty one we check sports now the bruins won their third straight last night while the celtics suffered their second loss in a row both are often i by the way patriots get back in action sunday against the buffer hello bills and finally they'll get to play a game in foxborough it's been awhile hasn't wbz's adam kauffman in the stick of com sports studio he's winning patriots share the afc lead with steelers at eleven and three even after a grueling stretch that featured five of their last six games on the road but pants being the bats they adjusted to win in denver mexico city against oakland buffalo and in pittsburgh the only setback two weeks ago in miami sunday patriots host the bills on the heels of doron harman's gamesaving interception and bit he said that was a busy run but he's thrilled to be home for only new england second game in foxborough since october twenty ninth doron is a schedule like that tougher mentally or physically oh save probably mentally and physically but a little bit more ventilate assad is traveling back and for the nyegezi james it was a lot but i mean when you wanna be a really good football team in the championship level gullible football team you've got to be able to go to schrafft's like that because really really shows your mental toughness if you're tough enough to deal with any in every situation estonia way path hammered the bills by twenty three weeks ago 23 three now if all goes well for the pats they won't have to go on the.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time seven oon on beacon hill it's a brand new day in the state senate which now has an acting senate president that's because president stanley rosenberg decided to temporarily step aside during an investigation of his husband who reportedly engaged in sexual misconduct wbz's cross he was joins us with the story monte carlo comoran joshua after he made that announcement the question quickly became who would be the acting center president will the answer harriet chandler you have chosen to move on and to move forward moving forward with an investigation of possible sexual misconduct by brian hefferin but wbc political analyst john killer wonders about that the broader question is should the senate be doing this investigation at all rosenberg is still a senior member of the body potentially can return as senate president john says that could cause some potential witnesses to be intimidated and maybe to keep quiet carl stephens wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time 702 former access hollywood and today's show host billy bush says he had to say something when he heard president trump claiming it wasn't his voice on the tape you may remember hearing trump on board a bus and now take from access hollywood talking about women letting in kiss and grabbed them because he's famous wish talked about it with stephen kobero on the late show last night because he was disregarding that this seven guys on their and doing this doing his bit as though nothing he was just sort of law i if i thought there was a man detailing a sexual assault strategy to may i would've called the fbi not just reported it to my executor producer bush says the president's denial opens old wounds for him and for the women who have accused the president of inappropriate sexual behaviour while who will be the time person of the year we will make america great again we must confront systemic press in as a doctor would wooded disease president trump and colin kaepernick among the nominees will have much more in about five minutes right here on.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The odds of winning the giant prize one in two hundred ninety two point two million powerball was played in forty four states as well as washington d c horta rico and the us virgin islands i'm bill michaels preliminary plans are under discussion to replace the story boardwalk in wildwood kyw news kim glovas has more the wildwood board while brazil nearly a century ago mayor ernie triano junior pickers packard one of the substructure with putin governor bided w pa government programs of the day and he says it's in dire need of replacement he bought eight nine billion will you go overboard war or the courtship of fees and so it it takes a proudly portray of course plus the police cars the big old that use it of course of you know we ought to be very rare very data repair he says the biggest thing is finding the funding for the project toyado is appealing to state and federal lawmakers for forty to fifty million dollars in grants to bankroll the project the mayor says construction could start as early as fall 2018 kim glovas kyw news radio there was no major trouble with dueling demonstrations on boston common thousands of counterprotesters have dispersed after flooding a conservative activists rallied that appeared to end shortly after it began wbz reporter carl stephen they did get testier times i saw speech members spat upon one thrown to the ground and police had to push people out of the way and make some arrests as they escorted the people out of here but for the most part those who were here were wellbehaved thousands and thousands of people speaking as one police commissioner william lavigne's no one got hurt noone got killed and we don't really have a whole lot of caught in fact we have no significant at all property damage to the city great day for the city in a a million prast we probably had forty thousand people out here resident trump a tweeted about anti police agitators in the crowd but then tweeted to thank those who turned up.

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"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"carl stephen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are not treated because they particularly you free speech at a deal too um essentially spread their own malicious intentions where we are trying to use it as an alternative to violent bill your you're again to make it very clear you oppose white supremacists absolutely in response to say that the fight the premacy protest and things like that i'll be if we were campaigning for people like about the rally at well but we have but no problem with them exercising their freedom of assembly which at which they would do it for the right reasons rather than taking a for some or not and as you heard there he's saying he wants all non violent groups to have their voices heard this weekend including the fight supremacy group which is part of the black lives matter movement i spoke with short time ago with the monica cannon with fight supremacy the group is planning on holding its own demonstration this saturday the new free speech movement is having a rally this saturday in boston are you planning on converging on their parade route or you keeping your demonstrations separate we are not convert or not anybody a parade or what we're doing is their very critical comment remember we get down every will rally i'll go her show unity uh at that work thinning odd unified or get any type of rape or cry could enter our credit for the abban john medlar with this new free speech movement he told our reporter carl stephen said his group wants to give your group specifically a voice at his rally and allow you to advocate for your first amendment rights of free speech so w uh with all due respect we we don't have any good for oil we have one that is monica cannoned with fight supremacy saturday's rallies will take place on the common beginning at noon we will be there traffic and weather together on your mid week commute and we started off with nicole davis the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic.

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