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Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Website To Be Tested With Thousands Of New Appointments Thursday

WBZ Overnight News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Website To Be Tested With Thousands Of New Appointments Thursday

"In Massachusetts will be available today, and Governor Charlie Baker insists the state's vaccine website can handle it. WBC's Carl Stevens. We all know what happened last week when all those vaccination appointments became available, and then the website crashed, Governor Baker says. That's not gonna happen again. This site has been upgraded to handle the traffic. And equipped with a digital waiting room with that basically means if there's high traveling, travel and traffic on the website, some users might be placed in the waiting room. The page will display more information about when you'll be allowed to proceed, but it's basically the equivalent of creating a line. But the governor urged everybody to be patient. There are around 50,000 new vaccination availabilities and around a million eligible people who want to get vaccinated the whole issue here. Requires a certain amount of patients. Carl Stevens WBZ

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Each other she and her friends like to make colorful string bracelets so they decided to sell them to help local black owned businesses that burn during the protest really sad so I was fine if I determine that Cameron and her friends have raised an incredible amount eighty thousand dollars so far Ron Johnson at Kaman stat four nine year old to do this you know I know anybody can what can you do to make it better you know it's not sit around and wonder and worry you know let's make a change making other people happy why does it feel to make other people happy even something small can make a big difference Jamie you best CBS news chant Hassen Minnesota nine forty aids here in Boston Friday morning seventy six degrees and still some clouds but sunshine is beginning to emerge here in the city and pretty much everywhere else with sun and clouds this afternoon highs will get into the lower eighties health officials have warned that the second surge of corona virus may already be underway in some areas of the country meantime some advances in the treatment of covert nineteen CBS news correspondent Chris Martinez tells us about a life saving procedure in Illinois doctors at northwestern medicine in Chicago announced a successful life saving double lung transplant on a woman who had been their sickest patients in the Kobe I see you the woman is in her twenties Dr Ankit by rob says her age is helping in her recovery today she was face time with their families he was smiling talking to us the bit of good news comes as the United States passes another concerning milestone more than two million positive cases of the corona virus there are spikes in corona virus cases in some states namely Florida South Carolina seeing it also in Arizona these days to signs of summertime hope are starting to pop up on Cape Cod tourism officials there say they're encouraged by an increase in hotel bookings during the pandemic a tougher hill to climb those for restaurants in the area and it's of course due to the restrictions in place during phase two of the re opening planned very crowded on the Cape and many are making investments to get people to be able to dine outdoors however others not able to do that they're going to have to wait until indoor dining is allowed again and that could still be quite a ways off hunger it is been a growing problem in Massachusetts that has gotten more serious in the days of coronavirus governor Charlie Baker has been watching this pasta well second pandemic play out and these doing something about it WBZ's Carl Stevens says it's more with that massive food grant program together speaking at the greater Boston food bank announced that applications are now being accepted for a new thirty six million dollar food security grant program from the state to help places like the food bank feed so many people who are in need because of the virus the program is open to organizations that are part of the Massachusetts local food system including production processing distribution and community food organizations he said school meal programs urban farms community gardens other organizations can also apply the goal is to make sure during this public health crisis that families across the Commonwealth are getting enough to eat Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Swamps good Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio a bus driver in western Massachusetts is held without bail for an alleged racist attack on a black man and his two sons in greenfield as WBZ's Suzanne solves all reports he's charged with a civil rights violation and assault with intent to murder the bus driver Steven Connell of gill allegedly yelled racist slurs at the man and his son says they were getting off the bus police say he then crashed into a building before getting out and attacking them state senator Adam Hinds says it's time for all of us to say enough is enough we need to redouble our efforts Walker arms and say what are we going to do at elected officials and individuals residents of the common wealth in this country to dismantle this dangerous racism that's been happening before our country start the driver claims one of them had a gun but none was found Heinz says it's scary to think a man like that was allowed to drive a bus oh my god yeah it does raise the flag of okay what are we doing to monitor individuals who do have the ability to wield such an egregious weapon Suzanne sauce bell WBC Boston's news radio coming up George Floyd's brother is set to appear in front of the house Judiciary Committee this week what he's hoping to accomplish this is a Bloomberg money minute Wall Street has a tough act to follow as we start the week the market surged on Friday after the may jobs report took most people by surprise showing increased employment at a lower unemployment rate the nasdaq briefly reach record territory for the first time since the corona virus pandemic to cold but despite that strong jobs report Jeff Rosenberg over at blackrock financial is cautious about the outlook is still the case here that we have had some permanent losses they're not gonna come back and it will be a little bit of a darker clouds the may report will shine a bright spotlight on the government's weekly tally of first time jobless claims Thursday economists are forecasting a further decline in for Alex to one point six million and investors are watching as new York city today takes those first steps to emerge from its coronavirus locked out cause for concern several major retailers are holding back as they try to determine whether it'll be both safe and profitable to re open I'm Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg business son WBZ Boston news radio your car getting three weeks to the gallon well those days are over as fees one kicks in traffic stop traffic on the threes on WBZ Boston news radio welcome it's connoisseurs corner and Jordan rich along with mac Robinson food writer with his own website mats meals M. A. T. T. S. I. the meals dot com I know that you've been baking a lot of bread and I know we need something to put on that bread so you have a suggestion our neighbors were nice enough to give us a sourdough starter we've just been making tons and tons of bread delicious on its own but you know I I've been looking for things to put on it luckily I found a local company called Bonnie's jams they don't use active in their gym so it's just real fruit it's a little looser then yes some of the store but jams that have the additives it just envelopes whatever and drips into the bread and it's just it's so delicious and so fresh really great flavors like apricot orange and a Bourbon berry which is not nice for I guess an after dinner in adult jelly maybe I don't know my other favorite has been I've been getting into manuka honey from New Zealand and I found one from Pacific resources international it's really thick and yell me because it's raw cream is processed differently that's made from bees all right the special flowers from New Zealand it also has a lot of anti bacterial properties you can actually use it as a face mask as a co host workout reviver is it helps with stomach aches and it's it's another great thing to put on bread or muffins are actually stuck a spoonful of both this and embodies jams on their own so funny is James dot com and for the men okay shop T. R. I. dot com thank you so much Matt I can smell that warm sourdough bread from your kitchen right now this is connoisseurs corner I'm Jordan rich WBZ Boston news radio hi this is Terry crews actor former football player game show host father five in all around big do experts drama I know all the drugs this is a good time to come to the keys the back kind of like season ending injuries there's a necessary kind of like having an agent in Hollywood silly drama like the drama around and then there's the timing could skip the drama that comes with not having your high school diploma or equivalency find free adult education classes near you finish your high school diploma isn't finished your deployment.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Eight seven eight Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio this just into our newsroom where watching a couple of fires that are burning to the north of Boston this afternoon in a lane closure just putting out a fire at a home on laurel Avenue the thick white smoke could be seen in that neighborhood being taught in local crews are on the scene of a house fire on foster street there's no word on what caused either one of those fires no word on any injuries the staff at four oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes well Mike this sounds just like a regular day troubles on the expressway get out of town well not too much right now but you'd be surprised the volume is so light coming out of the city once a crash cleared itself but to me there was a crash down its the the a gas tank once it cleared the volume eased out pretty quick so the southbound expressway looking a lot better now how did the city down the Braintree split twelve thirteen minutes maybe Boston to Braintree now north sounds good north sounds fine all the way up past interest where we do have a new problem on route twenty four south it's backing up quickly through Bridgewater getting word of the crash shortly after route one oh four shells were three good on the south shore it's fine down pass through one thirty nine that lower end of one twenty eight fine over the operative for one twenty eight now we've got to Monterey insurance copter well the work crews were out early this morning I went twenty eight of the Danvers structure on Endicott street taken the right lane both northbound and southbound side now they have finished up for the day so good news all the travel lanes are open through that stretch and things are moving pretty well it's about thirty minutes for the mass pike up at the Beverly on the northbound side Kristen in the Babri insurance copter not bad the mass turnpike westbound Goodell towards four ninety five but far the routes in stop and go through Sturbridge there's a lane taken a couple of miles out after I. eighty four as work continues their downtown pretty quiet coming in on the lower deck of ninety three the Tobin bridge the leverage down rap elsewhere highways to the north ridge three ninety three or both could do that Hampshire line at route one is okay too miking WBZ's traffic on the threes were gonna start see clouds thicken up as we head into the evening tonight later on tonight we'll get some rain showers in here as well temperatures falling back into the low fifties tomorrow it warms up seventy.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Hunkered down at home stretch their legs on memorial drive but city manager Louis deep squalid told members of the council that this isn't the right time could face masks on and make Cambridge residents and we work with still isn't and everything we're doing to prevent the virus there was a concern at that opening a memorial drive could do just the opposite impact he didn't completely rule it out for sometime in the future saying he's having further discussions with state agencies involved because ma'am drive is a state road Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news right four oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes what road like to start on Michael we'll start at the door fanboy who's got a lot to talk about here for a change for ninety five south is jammed up over a mile through and over why it's a left wing crash down after ninety three one twenty eight north bound locked up through PD the right lane is shut down the past Lowell street and route one fourteen as roadwork continues their their south bound to they've got you down to one lane starting around route thirty five delays in New Hampshire it's ninety three south stop and go two miles to Manchester with work going on down after two ninety three the left lanes are closed they are now up over route one it's about free insurance copter looking pretty good here if you're leaving the company Bridget Chelsea heading up toward Rivera the late drop off route sixty at the cinemas overall it's going to take about twenty one minutes to make the trip from Chelsea opt for Topsfield rested after the Babri insurance copters are to the south we go on ninety five south you'll find it slow in Foxboro apparently there's a smoking ban a couple of miles down after mechanic street up to the right and then much farther south delays over the Rhode Island line the two right lanes are taken through Pawtucket miking WBZ's traffic on the threes will end up with partly cloudy skies as we head through the evening today I did get a little on the chilly side upper thirties downtown or thirty some of the people in the suburbs sun and clouds tomorrow fifty at the coast fifty eight inland mostly cloudy tomorrow night but a few showers roll in late low forty two winds will.

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The Lesson We Are Learning From Zoom

WBZ Morning News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The Lesson We Are Learning From Zoom

"Learning at home that is the new thing these days college online classes are becoming routine but for many young kids it's still a challenge but for a private parochial school in land WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us virtual lessons are hitting home Christina real ahead and principal of Sacred Heart school in Lynn is a busy person these days despite the fact that the school was closed and that might have shut down our schools but not shut down the learning that's happening she says they've mobilized every single classroom into a zoom classroom so students are still learning all together in one virtual classroom everything they were getting in their classroom but now they're mobilized to a strange that bottom line they're making the best of a challenging situation a great way for our scholars to keep connected and what seems to be a very uncertain time Carl Stevens WBZ Boston

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"So important whenever you put the clamps down and shut things down to do it for two reasons you do it to prevent the further spread despite cold medication but he also did what to buy yourself time to get better prepared for what might be a rebound it may be a rebound that we kept things really under control and then you pull back which ultimately would have to do everybody in the world is going to have to do that he's going to get a rebound for it might cycle into the next season Dr Fauci is being praised for his straight shooting about corona virus and how about this he's gonna doughnuts making its image we're not kidding here donut shop in Rochester New York made Dr Anthony Fauci the face of one of its donuts and now the company is retaking purchase order requests from all around the country the face of doughnuts that's something to shoot for almost every sporting event imaginable of course has been shut down these days because of covert nineteen but the virus is not slowing down a world class cyclist from Marblehead the story from WBZ's Carl Stevens seventeen year old car Schmidt of marble hood is quite the bicycle she's got three national titles under her belt she was supposed to be a big competition in Europe but that's been canceled with the virus is not keeping her off the road right now I would be like sixty mile journey sixty six zero yeah thank so the virus is it slowing you down at all not at all I'm still going well millions across the country are freaking out right now she finds some peace of mind on the road with all kinds of social distance between her and anybody else Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio sometimes I find myself getting bored driving sixty miles that is.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Schedules here in the United States we get some details from CBS news correspondent Diane king all corona virus outbreak has prompted United airlines and JetBlue to cancel more flights making them the first U. S. airlines to reduce domestic schedules on top of international cutbacks United announced an initial ten percent cut to domestic schedule jet blue said it was Laura capacity by about five percent executives at both companies said the corona viruses because passenger demand to crater president trump is stopping short any potential talk of a bailout for the airline industry industry saying he does not believe airlines need it right now this would be similar to the one they received back in two thousand one following the nine eleven terror attacks and while all kinds of sporting events are making changes because of cold at nineteen one key events will still take place CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter with the story a corona virus will not stop next week's flame lighting ceremony in Athens for the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympics the Greek Olympic committee says it's working closely with health authorities and will review the situation every couple of days the Greek leg of the torch relay will also go on as planned there are seven reported cases of the virus in Greece all are linked to people who've traveled from Italy which has the most corona virus cases in Europe Pam Coulter CBS news and fears over the illness could be about to take a big bite out of Christmas this year and some new baby Yoda toys could be taking a direct hit Rhode Island toy maker Hasbro says the corona virus that's sweeping China is messing up the supply chain well delivery of the cuddly character is not affected yet it soon could be experts believe that if the world does not get a handle on the illness by this summer kids are going to be disappointed this upcoming holiday season the baby Yoda series expected in stores later on this year it's based on a character in the streaming series the Mandalorian five forty nine and a nice start to the day here in Boston it is a Thursday morning and were under clear skies at thirty nine degrees right now plenty of sunshine and less wind today in fact no wind later on as temperatures reach the middle fifties for parents it's all about making some memories right with a high school basketball season about to wrap up a state Supreme Court justice reflects on the many drives to practice and games he sad just to watch his daughter drive to the basket state Supreme Court justice David Lowy routes for Marblehead high school Anne's daughter Maddie just as he has rooted for her for the past eight years what does that mean to Maddie I think it's been everything is something that we've done together something that's made our relationship so strong she started playing when she was nine years old her dad's always been their rebounding or shots for years in the quiet bliss of an empty gym I tell Maddie all the time I love her just the same way they should have it for another three pointer again or she had five in a row the seniors off to college in the fall at the university of Virginia but you'll always know that in the game of life if she misses a shot dead got the rebound every time we're having a tough game or the other teams having a streak I can just look into the stands and he's supporting me either way you gonna miss him for sure from Marblehead Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news.

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No neighborly love for Elizabeth Warren in New Hampshire

Jay Talking

01:08 min | 2 years ago

No neighborly love for Elizabeth Warren in New Hampshire

"I'm done half here's what's happening you whose first in the nation presidential primary a close contest late into the evening before Bernie Sanders was the projected democratic winner followed by people to judge a me Colbert char Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden WBZ's Carl Stevens with senator Warren she may be from the neighboring states but Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren did not get neighborly treatment from New Hampshire voters but she made it clear that despite a less than stellar showing here she's got a whole country to talk to the fight were in the fight to save our democracy is an up hill battle but our campaign is built for the long haul we are just getting started well her showing was a disappointment here she's treating the first in the nation primary as a bump in the road not a dead end for Manchester Carl Stevens WBZ Boston

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Money for college Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio access to medical training comes trucking into rural America CBS is Hillary lane with this story out of Bethlehem PA three hundred second year medical resident Anthony CNC low and his classmates are practicing chest compression on someone in cardiac arrest their classroom it's a truck in the parking lot of St Luke's hospital in Pennsylvania gunshot wound to the fight today this mobile simulation lab is equipped with microphone speakers and a control center realistic dummies breed and believe and this story state health officials are confirming today two cases of whooping cough at Freetown Lakeville middle school families have been notified the school nurse also says there are several suspect cases as well and to students with cultures pending a letter went out asking parents to watch for symptoms of course hoping Cup begins with cold like symptoms including a very dry cough that lasts for a week or two and then slowly and goes down hill are you vaping has the attention of the White House president trump promising today what he calls a big paper on vaping products next week we have to take care of our kids because the board so we're going to have a limit of twenty one but will be coming out with something that's FDA wants to severely limit vaping flavors the president says many things need to be wait here including what this will do for the vaping industry including jobs a portion of governor Charlie Baker is vaping ban could be lifted as early as next week keep it here on WBZ newsradio in the I heart radio app another big school district is joining in the fight against E. cigarette maker Joel already some of California's largest school districts including LA unified schools have filed lawsuits against you'll labs LA unified superintendent Austin pewter students are becoming addicted to nicotine and now Seattle public schools are doing the same in a new lawsuit Seattle schools are accusing jul of targeting minors in advertising in Washington state a recent survey showed thirty percent of high school seniors are vaping this week jul under fire announced it stopping the sale of mint flavored products in the US and like stone ABC news cleaning up around the house makes it more healthy that's what we've been told anyway but here's something to remember the next time you don't feel like scrubbing the kitchen floor cleaning out the bacteria in your home could clear the way for other microbes and fun guy to grow a new study looked at urban and rural HOMES in Peru and Brazil it found the urban homes had more fungal diversity researchers say that could be because of the way urban housing is designed and cleaned there was more fungus for instance and urban homes then in fact huts in the Amazon rain forest that is such a vindication for people who are not great housekeepers love that story from Philly Hewlett and the study was led by a biochemist at the university of Oklahoma alright we have a very active building today on our floor here we have all kinds of good people even a service dog beautiful service dog in the hallway right now our sister station W. R. K. O. is having its annual radiothon supporting to save veterans all across the nation this is in partnership with the nonprofit disabled veterans of America D. V. A. and of course this is a drive to raise money and if you would like to help make a donation you can call seven eight one four seven five one five four zero.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio rent control went away in Massachusetts when voters banded in nineteen ninety four now there's a move to bring it back supporters point to skyrocketing rents and the housing crunch especially in greater Boston rent control advocates rallied on the steps of the statehouse yesterday in support of a bill that would allow cities and towns to decide on rent control governor Baker says the real solution is to build more housing Wall Street anxiously awaiting the fed and this decision on an interest rate cut will know this afternoon CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger today the fed will conclude a two day policy meeting where it is widely expected to lower interest rates by a quarter of a percent that would bring the fed funds rate to a range of one and a half to one and three quarters percent it would be the third rate cut of the year many economists believe that if the fed word to cut at this meeting it would then pause wait to see what kind of incoming data confirm whether or not the economy is slowing down the short term rate controls a wide range of both consumer and business loans the nation's report card on fourth and eighth graders comes out today an early release shows eighth graders falling behind in math and reading while fourth graders are doing slightly better in reading we'll get more details this afternoon and I hope you're enjoying breakfast and it's a good time to remind you about our next WBZ business practice is called what so cryptic about crypto currency it's on Tuesday December tenth at the revere hotel Boston register at WBZ ten thirty dot com slash breakfast we're hearing from comedian Kevin Hart nearly two months after his car crash in California CBS's map Piper has more Kevin.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Facebook that he would go nuts at Foxboro taking aim at patriots fans by shooting up Gillette stadium gray in court in a giants Jersey and all smiles finds out it's no laughing matter he is now held on charges of assault and threatening police at the time of his arrest patriots quarterback Tom Brady again making his in season weekly appearances with Jim gray on the Westwood One radio network and guess who they talked about the most. you got it now Antonio brown I'm not judging anything before I've had a chance to go out and practice and prepare Antonio medium I really enjoyed being around ten the very smart football player knows how to play the game you've been extremely productive the only thing that I know what we can do is to go out there and work at it to me and to communicate get on the practice field and go through things no doubt a bee is all about controversy in Robert Kraft the owner of the patriots has been emphasizing the Brady was all in on the brown signing secret court proceedings long a staple of the Massachusetts court system about to become not so secret WBZ's Carl Stevens reports on a ruling from the state Supreme Court last year the Boston globe spotlight team focused on show cause hearing reporting that Massachusetts is the only state that has these secret court proceedings where a judge or clerk magistrate decides whether a criminal complaint should be issued in many cases there's no record of what happens well now there will be the state Supreme Court has ruled that from now on those proceedings must be electronically recorded but if a member of the public wants to access that record they have to make a formal request in a judge or clerk magistrate will decide whether they can have it Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"On his way to the station because they heard the report when he got here he found seven patients total the driver and six adult patients with special needs that were in the back of the van mutual aid from neighboring communities help to transport all these seven people who all had minor injuries it took awhile to bring the van which was on its roof up from a ditch no word on the cause of the accident from north reading Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio three oh three on WBZ back to the roads right now traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three exam like I want to start on Cape Cod we can support what police are trying to say to local residents stay off those secondary roads please yeah because there's a lot of flooding in areas making some of those side roads in PI impassable power outages on the Cape could be affecting traffic lights and reports of trees and wires down in locations and debris across a lot of the roads as well route twenty eight is backed up in a lot of sections between west Yarmouth in Chatham and route one thirty four is pretty bad too self Dennis's well so again best to stay off the roads for now elsewhere the afternoon rush is on the expressways crawling from the tunnel down towards the gas tank you're back in it by granted out of with the railing crash it furnace brook parkway they're working on moving that off the highway northbound slow going east Milton up past the ponds at circle not too bad after that route three south is that stop and go coming off the expressway then route eighteen to derby straight out to the north route one north all brake lights getting by route sixty in revere one twenty eight north is slow to Lexington then when street up to ninety three the pike westbound delays I'll past Newton corner miking WBZ's traffic on.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

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"At his house where they used to live to borrow some milk, the boys, suddenly ran off. They couldn't find him Dixon tells me he found the boy a neighbor's backyard pool. I saw he's shoe, by the pool, and his jacket by the pool. So I, I saw him and bottom, so I jumped the fence and get him out says CPR was performed on the scene. The boy was transported to the hospital, but did not make it. He was pronounced dead, a little more than an hour after police got the first call from Molden Carl Stevens WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio AAA calls them the one hundred deadliest days of the year summer driving made more dangerous by the number of teenagers on the road. Triple A's report says over the past five years, nearly thirty five hundred people have been killed in crashes involving teen drivers between memorial and labor day's crash rate show drinking and driving. Speeding and distraction are among the top killers on the road. The United States has just said. Record. And there are no bragging rights to this one. There are nearly a thousand confirmed cases of measles in this country, the highest total since health officials declared the disease eradication nineteen years ago, and we're not out of the woods, yet, the CDC's doctor, Tom Clark, says a concern grows over the summer months, where worried about summer travel, worried about kids going to summer camps is because of those refused to be vaccinated. The center of the measles outbreak is in New York largely in orthodox Jewish communities, where there are historically, low vaccination rates trophies and dollars flying everywhere at the national spelling bee as a kid, strut their stuff in a showdown with the dictionary CBS's map piper has the results history was made at the scripts national spelling. Bee is eight spellers took home the national Cup. Di..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Running in a race Sunday when his jockey suddenly pulled a gelding up yesterday. The horse was euthanized over the pelvic injury on Friday. The gelding commander Quayle was euthanized after a shoulder injury during training. Pita is calling for more action saying the recent deaths proved that more must be done to end the training veterinary practices that lead to broken bones it calling on Santa Anita to suspend racing which the track did do earlier this year. Allison keys, CBS news, locally police and the Essex County district attorney's office are both investigating the death of a teenage girl. In Lawrence officials say the thirteen year old was dead on arrival at the emergency room at Lawrence General Hospital last night. No word on the cause or manner of her death. No other information has been released so far this morning. A scary scene plays out on video in Roxbury, when a toddler is hit by a Boston police cruiser it was all caught on surveillance video. It shows the cruiser pulling away from a curb on Shawmut avenue, and clipping. The one year old girl after she wandered off the sidewalk, the little girl is being treated for a broken collarbone, but is expected to be okay. Crews are investigating, as we speak, eight oh, six now, shortage of reaction from beacon hill over the possible sale of the encore Boston Harbor casino win resorts, para donor says it is in discussions with MGM about selling the Everett property just weeks before it's set to open WBZ's Carl Stevens caught up with governor Charlie Baker in Newton, who says, there are too many. The obstacles in the way governor Baker says his concerns about the possible sale of encore Boston Harbor for the people who live or work in Springfield in Everett people whose lives would be disrupted as he points out. Nobody can have more than one casino, license in the Commonwealth and GM already has the licenses Springfield. If they do anything, ever, they would have to find a solution for that operation and Springfield. He said, the gaming commission would have to be involved in any license transfer and before that could happen. Commissioners would have to be convinced it would not hurt the communities involved from Newton. Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio jeopardy champion..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Carl Stevens WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio twelve o. Six somber atmosphere at the Red Sox clubhouse today in Fort Myers, Florida, the clubhouse was closed this morning. The team's media avail cancelled because of a player family emergency. We still do not know what what player was involved in what type of emergency that that person has been dealing with WBZ's. Johnny Miller's in Fort Myers passing on information. We get when it becomes available. Well, we have had the wind. We've had the cold and now some more snow a winter weather advisory tonight goes into effect at seven with two to four inches of snow. A possibility maybe five inches in a few spots. And though we haven't had a ton of snow this winter, it is still winter and WBZ Sheri, small tells us many people are just about done with it while the officials starter spring is still three weeks out meteorologists see it differently. They recognize March. I as the meteorological start of spring that's Friday. I don't think we're going have spring weather. I we. No. Snow April with more snow on the way tomorrow. Stephen from Weymouth is done with winter. I need a I need some warm weather. You know, maybe Florida buddy from Braintree says he chose accepts the fact that cold and snow come with the territory. Little bit of snow is not going to hurt shovel it, and it's all good. Three years ago when we had the hundred wherever inches so it's been pretty good in Medford Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio check of business with Bloomberg. This story FedEx is testing a new delivery robot. The battery powered robot looks like a cooler on wheels. It uses cameras and software to help. It navigate sidewalks and roadways at a top speed of ten miles an hour..

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"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston. It's seven o'clock. Good evening. Here's what's happening tonight. In New Hampshire a boy falls through the ice. And we've learned tonight that he's died WBZ's Carl Stevens with more New Hampshire. Police kidding, Fred Delman toes. WBZ twelve-year-old Nathaniel Boulet didn't come home from school yesterday. There was a major search that led authorities today to a river between school and home he'd fallen through the ice fishing game. Divers pulled him from the Bellamy river our hearts, go out to the family. It's obviously a devastating effect on them. It'll be devastating effect on the school the towns and obviously throughout the community. So we're just thinking of them at this time Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio in Massachusetts. There's been a second pediatric flu death WBZ's. Doug cope tells us what state public health officials are saying the State Department of public health says a young girl the Middlesex County, WBZ TV's reporting. It's a four year old from framingham is the latest to die from a flu related illness. A twelve year old boy from Milford as also died from bacterial pneumonia brought on by the flu. Dr Larry made off at the DP h this is unfortunately, a tragedy. That we see most years. So we have one or two or more pediatric deaths associated with influenza, Massachusetts nationally. There have been over twenty. There was just one flu related pediatric death in Massachusetts last year. Doug, cope WBZ Boston's NewsRadio with heightened concerns over the flu. And the rising number of cases. There's also growing concern about another outbreak impacting our children, and that's measles. It so bad in the state of Washington, they've declared a state of emergency many schools have been closed down. And now the US surgeon general is pushing for everyone to get a vaccination at the nation's doctor. I can tell you that the measles vaccine is very faith. And if in fact, one of the most effective vaccines, we have at least forty three people have gotten measles in the Pacific northwest. So far, no reported cases of measles this year in Massachusetts. It's seven oh two and back to our other top stories Super Bowl Sunday. A lot of fans leaving Logan today for Atlanta WBZ TV's on a miler reporting on the mood excited very excited. It's not hard to guess where a lot of people at Logan airport are heading today. Still.

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"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Does it keep you from doing something you would otherwise do it? It really hasn't. I have watched all around campus today. It's been very brisk, but very invigorating. And if anything and just let me have a bigger lunch than usual and feel okay about how many layers you got off four four layers were a long way from springtime from Cambridge Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. More than a dozen deaths are being blamed on the cold in the midwest. Where temps got as low as sixty below with the wind chill, but it warm up is on the way in Detroit. A high of fifty degrees is expected on Monday a Milford. Boy dies from a flu related illness. Board of selectmen chair. Michael walls tells WBZ the twelve year old died this morning in the hospital. He attended Stacey middle school and wall says grief counselors will be made available. The White House is planning to suspend a landmark nuclear deal with Russia. The Trump administration says a new Russian cruise missile violates that treaty. CBS has Christina Rufina has more the US had given Russia's sixty alternate unto fix what it says was the problem there were some negotiations. But both sides said they were unable to come to an agreement. So Saturday starts a six month cooling off period after which the US is free to leave if during that period Russia comes into compliance, the US can UN withdrawal. But that seems unlikely the nine thousand nine hundred eighty seven arms control accord bands, either side from stationing short and intermediate range land based missiles in Europe. Senator Elizabeth Warren plans to make it official on February ninth. That's when she's expected to announce her candidacy for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination Warren told supporters, she'll make a big announcement that day Warren opened her presidential exploratory committee a month ago since then. Fellow democratic senators Kirsten gillibrand of New York and Kamala Harris of California announced they're running for.

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"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three percent and surpassed Microsoft as the most valuable publicly traded company in the US the commerce giants market value rose about seven hundred ninety seven billion yesterday Microsoft finish in just under seven hundred eighty four billion losing top spotted held since November. When it pass apple. This is the first time Amazon is held the top position in the same week that Amazon. Zahn eclipse, Microsoft as the country's most valuable company Microsoft announced his plans to go shopping as in grocery shopping ABC, Sherry, Preston explained. Microsoft is teaming up with grocery giant Kroger for what it says. We'll be a new kind of shopping experience a store in Ohio and one in Washington state will be the first to try it out. Well, you do is build a shopping list online then armed with the app you'd head to the store when you get close to it item. You've picked out a little light will pop up directing your right to it. Because there won't be any prices on anything. They'll all be on your phone shelf space could be used for more advertising. So you might buy even more than you picked out earlier payment and checkout would of course, all be done digitally, Cheri Preston, ABC news and again, great news for us here in the newsroom, a member of our family. And of course, loved by the Red Sox as well. Johnny Miller in sports who's been recovering after suffering a stroke during the World Series is going to spring training. That is so wonderful to hear and our Carl Stevens spoke to Johnny just this afternoon. It was a shocker to all of us when old friend Johnny Miller on the plane to LA for game three of the World Series, suffered a stroke. How are you doing? I'm doing great right now. With. Eight eight to nine weeks Welby Johnny credits. The hospital in Denver and Spalding rehab for the fact that he's getting back into the batter's box of journalism. Are you really going to spring training? Yes. Dr. State. He'll be there has the World Series champs. Get ready for a new season. And he's got a question to question is will Durant Saxby ready? That's your question every year. Isn't it? Yes. And thank goodness. You'll be there to ask it Carl Stevens WBZ. Boston's News Radio..

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Eric Cable, New Hampshire And Arlington discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Eric Cable, New Hampshire And Arlington discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"They were served well watching the WPA women's softball game in Worcester Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio a former New Hampshire inmate goes to core. Trying to block state corrections. Authorities from charging him for the cost of being incarcerated. Serrated? Eric cable has a pending lawsuit against the state. The union leader says he filed a mouth practice suit against the state prison, which he blames for the loss of his peripheral vision. New Hampshire has filed a counterclaim here saying it wants cable to fork over roughly one hundred twenty thousand dollars for the years. He spent locked up on a negligent homicide charge some of the homeless on the Arlington. Cambridge line are pleading for empathy WBZ's, Mike Macklin reports Arlington is now installed spikes on a ledge where they used to sleep the spikes installed last month rendered a concrete ledge that served as a bid for homeless people uninhabitable for this who is homeless and nose other homeless people who sought refuge. There says the spikes? So just another dagger in the heart of a misunderstood community. Maybe I'll know each other.

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"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"carl stevens wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty five degrees in Boston at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. State bullies investigating. The stabbing of a man on the second floor of Suffolk. Superior court in downtown Boston Evans sometime around eleven thirty this morning. Van was conscious though, apparently bleeding when taken away. No word on the man's condition or any suspects WBZ's Carl Stevens talked to a person who works in the area. She said, it's disturbing derive a stabbing in a courthouse. The place where criminals are prosecuted is itself a crime scene the second floor closed off. That's where man would stab happened sometime around eleven thirty this morning. He was conscious when transported, but bleeding, but just the thought of a courthouse being a crime scene if somewhat disconcerting as pretty disturbing actually because there's security is supposed to be tight in terms of getting in and out of the building. That woman works in the area. Police say there been no arrests. And they're looking at cameras inside the courthouse from Suffolk. Superior court Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio it's a meeting on border security and congressional leaders are invited. Reporter Hans nickel says President Trump has invited top officials from both sides, and there will really be two meetings. One with a cabinet and one in the situation room. What you're going to see from the White House today for the president is initially a cabinet meeting at noon, there will be a pool spray the top of that. And that's an opportunity for the president to directly talk on camera to the American people. So this meeting in the situation room where it's very unlikely that there will be cameras. I mean, a lot of things can change with this president. But you're not supposed to even bring cellphones into the situation room. You'll have essentially doing briefings you'll have the president at noon talking to the cameras and then afterwards, you'll have an opportunity for Nancy Pelosi to come out and explain her view things as well. As Chuck Schumer is just the beginning of what's going to be a split screen Washington here for the next two years trying to gain advantage on explaining their view of what happened inside. Meantime, the president takes to Twitter taking aim at former Massachusetts Governor and soon to be Utah's Senator Mitt Romney Romney critical of the president of the Washington Post op Ed ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill was a remarkable shot across the bow for Mitt Romney who hasn't even become. Senator yet. And now not surprisingly the president is firing back tweeting. Here we go with Mitt Romney. Adding he would much prefer that mic focus on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful. Trump says I won big, and he didn't he should be happy for all Republicans be team player and whip Romney is set to take office as a Senator tomorrow, he says he does not intend to comment on every tweet or fault. But says he will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive racist. Sexist anti immigrant dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions, well who might pay for the border wall. You can if you want to that story's coming up..

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Marijuana entrepreneurs talk shop at Boston 'CannaCon'

WBZ Afternoon News

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Marijuana entrepreneurs talk shop at Boston 'CannaCon'

"Going on today and tomorrow at the Hynes convention center and WBZ's Carl Stevens says they're all sorts of cannabis companies are displaying here at Cannock on including revolutionary clinics they have a medical marijuana dispensary in Somerville I talked to, the, cannabis Queen she's a, patient advocate, named Lauren why are you called the cannabis Queen I had a patient come in for very. First time trying cannabis sow and I suggest that a lot of things to her she came back another time and called me her cannabis. Queen revolutionary clinics hopes to bring some product to the adult use space but of course Massachusetts right now nobody can sell it from, Cannock on at the Hynes convention center Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty Bloomberg business. In ninety seconds on. Busy, I'm Pat I'm from Harlem, New York I started smoking cigarettes when I was about. Seventeen eighteen when I was in the military defects of my daily life was smoking were slept on the couch for about five. Six years because, of the smell, loss girlfriends behind it a lot of money lots of money I. Was trying to find an alternative to smoking think tech magazines road article. On it I ordered one. Up then that was the first time I got the jewel I gave.

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Carl Stevens, United States and Oklahoma discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Carl Stevens, United States and Oklahoma discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"Of the red white and blue wait for all year long sitting on the esplanade listening to the boston pops and catching the big fourth of july fireworks show wbz's carl stevens was there as the bright lights spill the fireworks night all is look up into the american sky is from red states blue states uniting moment in these united states this is a man i talked to from oklahoma a time for the country to come together and share an experience with without bitterness or ugliness toward each other to have a birthday party together yes from oklahoma city to dorchester from memphis to seattle this nights moment we all share on this fourth of july from the esplanade carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty a protest against immigration policy forces the evacuation of the statue of liberty this fourth of july cbs's nikki batiste reports it started with a group unfurling a banner from the pedestal and a woman holding police at bay for hours after climbing the base and sitting by the statues rogue people from that group rise and resist said the woman was protesting with them earlier she didn't tell anybody this i think that she would do those we did not a coincidence of somebody was climbing many of the forty five hundred visitors on liberty island said they couldn't believe what they were seeing we were shocked and surprised it was very intense she actually had a sign purchasing trump and was waving it and then was also waving to some of the bystanders below her some tourists were upset their sightseeing was cut short at least seven people were arrested more than one hundred immigrants from fifty countries took the oath of citizenship in new hampshire this fourth of july the annual naturalization ceremony took place at the strawberry bank outdoor history museum.

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Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest

"At this hour well it's a hot sticky fourth of july but that's not dampening the spirit of the people who descended on the esplanade and hatch shell including wbz's carl stevens who joins us now carl the evening is about to start at least a musical part of a girl we have a small quartet up on stage right now shortly the pops will hit the stage the red white and blue t shirts and pants the flags the smiles belong day in the hot sun it all comes down to this evening when keith lockhart will raise that baton and it'll be time for the party to start or is this man from oklahoma told me a time for the country to come together and share an experience without without bitterness or ugliness toward each other to have a birthday party together yes that's what it's all about it so we begin more than two hours of music followed by fireworks over the charles kicking off at about ten thirty tonight because that's what we do in this town and that's what we do in this country from the esplanade carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty all right carl sounds good wbz news time eight oh one a bit earlier today people braved the extreme heat to celebrate the fourth of july by watching the turnaround of old ironsides wbz's bill marcus spoke to some of the people on hand for the event at the charlestown navy yard uss constitution providing a real treat in boston harbor for the locals and the tourists hope that the boston django shoe is from philadelphia some british ships is son andrew was going to intern on the uss new jersey deva shows like the long storied history of the us navy and it's amazing that you can go to hear tabby on the constitution beer casting young destroyer so it's astounding charlestown bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty the home of the statue of liberty was evacuated earlier today after a woman climbed onto the base cbs's aaron katersky reports she was part of a protest group a group called rise and resist dropped a banner that said abolish ice at the statue of liberty and that was supposed to be it then a rogue climbers scaled the statue causing all of liberty island to be a vacuum the climber was near lady liberty's rightfoot holding a shirt that said trumpcare makes us sick she was arrested that arrest followed a roughly four hour standoff with new york police well history is made once again in an annual tradition at coney island eleven time champ joey chestnut broke his own world record in the annual nathan's hot dog eating contests chestnut tells espn oh man i murdered uhhuh but i'm happy that seventy four dogs and buns in ten minutes it was initially thought chestnut at eton sixty four judges realized there was a mistake and for the fifth straight year mickey pseudo was the women's winner downing thirtyseven hotdogs wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together i up the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes and.

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With sardines and a snare, the deaf puppy Toffee is rescued

WBZ Morning News

03:56 min | 3 years ago

With sardines and a snare, the deaf puppy Toffee is rescued

"Two point seven million airline travelers the fourth of july holidays this wednesday new york city police department says there remaining vigilant for the annual fireworks fourth of july celebration even though there's no credible security threat and boston police are stepping up their presence around the area media outlets following the deadly shooting at a maryland newspaper today is the fourth annual asteroid day to raise awareness for the big space rocks the possible dangers that they pose to the earth and their possible benefits they could provide space explorers speaking via skype planetary scientists had four times shuttle astronaut dr tom jones says we need to do a better job of tracking asteroid so the earth will have plenty of warning about avoiding a possible collision we should be doing this in space infrared telescope to find the smaller objects that might destroy the entire mid atlantic for example where i live or a region of the earth and we haven't really gotten good at finding those mid range size asteroids we've only found about a third of those there are hundreds of asteroid day events planned all around the world after thirty hours of effort volunteers are able to rescue a seven week old deaf puppy that fell down a fifty foot crevice behind a house in huntsville alabama cheers erupted as the pump named taffy was pulled out of the narrow whole last night with the help of a snare and some food firefighters cave rescue crews and plumbers joined the rescue effort on several television stations drew thousands of followers is they live streamed the recovery efforts video footage shows the white puppy wagging her tail as her foster mother cuddled her following the rescue a pit bull puppy saves its owner from being assaulted in brooklyn correspondent james flippin says the dogs action likely saved its owner from worse harm it was friday morning about eleven o'clock am when forty four year old tiffany lucky answered the door east new york home her grandson was inside sleeping the man at the door bursts in with a shirt covering his face what ties the close behind him and i was fighting him in the doorway by the bathroom door you're fighting then her five month old pit bull named gotti broke free of his cage and charged at the man how he got to the case the guy seen a dog although she was punched in the face and lost a tooth and a crown she's for her brave puppy dog james flippin new york it is now okay to ride a skateboard in the city of salem wbz's carl stevens reports from the witch city for decades there's been a skateboard prohibition in this city not everybody knew about it but those who did now we know that there's no longer a prohibition the city council has given the green light to the little machines to hit the streets this guy says that's fine i don't really have a problem with it i never had any particular issues with skateboarders or skateboards causing problems so you're good with it i'm with a couple of caveats from the city council if you're under sixteen you gotta wear a helmet on a skateboard and stay off the city sidewalks from salem carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty michelle carter the young plane ville woman who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for sending her boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself once out of jail attorneys claim that eighteen year old conrad roy had tried before june of two thousand and fourteen to commit suicide but a judge found that ben seventeen year old carter caused the boy's death when she texted him to quote get back in his truck as it was filling with carbon monoxide the lawyers say that confession was sent two months after the fact and a friend and to a friend and was cherry picked for the grand jury to hear she is serving a fifteen month sentence we have a critical weather alert to.

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Lawsuit to be filed against feds to reunite boy in detention center with mother in Mass

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Lawsuit to be filed against feds to reunite boy in detention center with mother in Mass

"The england dot com good morning and thanks for joining us i'm josh binswanger wbz news the truck that overturned this morning and weston is back on its wheels but the process of unloading the big reap is a beefy task chris culkeen joins us now with the latest we've been stewing over that for quite some time now the traffic's backed up all the way beyond route nine on the northbound side of route one twenty eight the pike is back out to route thirty they have to off load all of that beef before they can move that truck it's going to be at least another hour josh will keep you updated as we go along all right my friend thanks very much abc news time nine oh one donations are pouring into mcallen texas facility for migrant immigrants the center says as more people in the us our children being separated from their parents at the border boxes of clothes arrived at the center the facility now has had to rent additional storage space to accommodate all the donations meanwhile an attorney flew out of logan airport this morning for chicago in an attempt to secure the release of a nine year old boy who's been held in detention we get details from wbz's carl stevens attorney jesse blessed here at logan airport this morning was a man on a mission i'm here today to go to chicago and litigated on my client's behalf for the release of a nine year old boy who has been detained for twenty six days the nine year old boy and his mother lydia sousa were separated after arriving from brazil even though she was approved to seek asylum in the us she was still separated from her son and that's where the attorneys going to chicago filing suit in hoping for quick resolution i'm going to stay until i bring him back lydia souza's staying with relatives in hyannis the attorney says she is desperate to be reunited with her son from logan airport carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty president trump tweeted this morning that hiring thousands of judges and going through a long complicated legal process is not the way to go and will always be dysfunctional adding that people must simply be stopped at the border and told they cannot come into the us illegally wbz news time nine oh two high ns woman faces charges after she tried to steal silent auction items from a fundraiser held for officer sean gannon gannon was the police yarmuth policeman shot.

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Outrage grows as families are separated. Will Trump change his policy?

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Outrage grows as families are separated. Will Trump change his policy?

"School day in the mayor mag valley lowell public schools are closed today due to expect it extreme heat conditions inside the buildings and both hateful and lawrence public schools will be calling it a half day reports are emerging from inside the immigrant holding facilities in texas where reported two thousand children have been held separately from their parents while seeking legal asylum in the us here's correspondent david begnaud children and adults are seen huddled together in the building that's divided up into chain link fencing that looks like a cage monique graham is an executive officer at the center she says parents without an extensive criminal history will not be separated from their children if the child is four years old or younger what happens if you're five and older and your mother and father doesn't have a significant criminal history the child will not be prosecuted adult well under the trump administration zero tolerance policy every adult who comes into the country illegally is sent to see a judge for possible prosecution and that is when the parent it is separated from the child that separation can be just a few hours or if the parent is sent to jail it can be weeks months or even years massachusetts congressman joe kennedy tried to visit a tent city for immigrant children at a border town in texas but wbz's carl stevens tells us he was turned away congressman joe kennedy was a man on a mission sunday when he went through tornado texas the site of the first tent city for children separated from their immigrant parents at the border you participated in a protest march and tried to visit the children but was turned away by federal officials spoke to wbz about that it is awfully hard to come to any other conclusion than the trump administration knows that this is a horrible shameful deliberate policy to inflict pain and suffering on children and their families he calls the practice horrifying in his words it just needs to end carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty coming up the red sox bats wake up on the way west coast fly ball left centerfield leaned into this what back back back sanders strikes again dave o'brien with the call socks salvages split in seattle adam has it all coming up in sports wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes back to chris culkeen on the mass pike eastbound a crash in the.

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Graduate Student, Israel and Gaza discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Graduate Student, Israel and Gaza discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"The guy ran off wbz tv spoke to a number of students including graduate student andrea leeann tweeden lives in a city and it's really unfortunate and sometimes it happens but i wouldn't say that i feel i feel unsafe for that like wanna lock my door faster when i get home police are still searching for the suspect meantime reminding students to lock their doors and windows carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty in other news now south korean media reporting a top north korean official is headed to the us tomorrow correspondent zephyr has more the highest level north korean official to visit the united states since two thousand kim young chill who was vice chairman of the workers party central committee he is expected in the united states on wednesday these meetings continue to be the preliminaries for any type of summit also another north korean official kim jong owns chief of staff is headed to singapore to meet with the us delegation there to go over logistics for that possible some of his well this comes despite president trump's letter last week calling off the talks the israeli military says shells have been fired from the gaza strip toward communities in south in israel israeli officials say no one was hurt as most of the twenty five mortar shells were intercepted by their defense system but claim one of the shells landed near a kindergarten shortly before it opened if the report is confirmed it would be the largest single barrage fired since two thousand fourteen israel hamas war a violent holiday weekend in chicago at least thirty people were shot in the city six of those were fatal one strangulation death was also reported despite officials adding more than a thousand extra officers to patrol the streets chicago saw one of his most violent memorial day weekends in years several of those shootings happened within a few hours of each other saturday night a chicago police sergeant was grazed by a bullet today starbucks is closing more than eight thousand stores for an afternoon of antibias training a strategy some believe can keep racism obey we're here to make starbucks a place where everyone everyone feels welcome and common one of our guides will help folks start exploring their.

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Kitty Dukakis talks about overcoming depression with shock therapy

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Kitty Dukakis talks about overcoming depression with shock therapy

"Saugus doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six thirty two the former first lady of massachusetts kitty dukakis is talking about how shock treatment cured her severe depression we get more from wbz's carl stevens we knew about kitty dukakis is long battled with alcoholism but we did not know what was the result of severe depression which she says has been cured with shock treatment electroconvulsive therapy or e c t m mclean hospital on sixty minutes last night anderson cooper asked her if somebody hadn't suggested easy td what do you think would have happened i think it would have gotten worse and worse to worst i don't think kidding would be here today carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty just ahead on wbz cavaliers were favored to beat the celtics yesterday but you know what games aren't played on paper sees thumped the cavs to open the eastern conference finals full recap coming up in sports wbz news time six thirty three time for traffic and weather together on this monday morning the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.

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The U.N. Calls for an Immediate Halt to 'All Hostile Acts' in the Middle East

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

The U.N. Calls for an Immediate Halt to 'All Hostile Acts' in the Middle East

"Attorney's office indicating yarmuth officers went to a home in marston mill searched and noticed installation covering an opening to a section of the attic when officer sean gannon remove the installation you was shot in the head yarmuth police chief frank fredericks and says it was important to get this information out for the public's perspective i think is important to show some more detail so that what actually transpired can be clearly illustrated to the public so they're not making their own stories the report also indicates police found more than twenty five thousand dollars stashed in a wall at that house carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty five top isis leaders have been captured and a joint sting operation evolving raqi and usbacked syrian forces intelligence services reportedly used a cell phone belonging to a detained aid of the isis leaders to contact the commanders and ask them to meet in iraq when they arrived motorcycles were placed under arrest it is the latest defeat for the extremist group isis has now lost nearly all the territory it once held in iraq and syria the un secretary general is calling for an immediate hall to all hostile acts in the middle east antonio gutierrez urgent call to avoid a new conflagration comes after israeli forces bombed iranian targets in syria israel maintains the strikes were retaliation for a barrage of rockets iran targeted on isreaeli troops in the golan heights israel is called on the un security council to immediately condemn iran's attack coming up a new study finds horses have quite the memory keep it right here wbz news time six oh three traffic and weather together the.

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North Korea frees three American prisoners

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:47 min | 4 years ago

North Korea frees three American prisoners

"White house the president also pausing to remember otto warmbier the american student who was released from a hard labor camp in north korea last year and died days later when he returned to the us michelle franzen abc news and now with more on the inner workings of the release of those three americans correspondent don kirk has that from seoul south korea korean central news agency says leader kim jong un accepted and officials suggestion of president trump for releasing the three us citizens imprisoned there on charges ranging from espionage to hostile acts the three were all granted amnesty before returning to the us with secretary of state mike bombayo the upcoming summit with president trump and kim jong un in singapore is now reportedly set to take place in june the state commission on lgbtq youth is out with this annual list of recommendations wbz's carl stevens tells us about it from the state house the chair of this commission established back in nineteen ninetytwo is alexander nellie he tells me this year's focuses on preventing homelessness addressing criminal justice issues and focusing on the health of youth in the lgbtq community these are the three key areas that our work has to be framed in an order to make the commonwealth a better place for all of us to thrive in he says massachusetts is one of the best states in the country for these kids to live but there are still too many instances of discrimination against these young people and too many of them are living on the margins of society from the state house carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eleven thirty three that means it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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On Big Island, New Fissures Force Evacuations

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01:36 min | 4 years ago

On Big Island, New Fissures Force Evacuations

"The story now the state's highest court orders new trial for a convicted killer wbz's carl stevens tells us this case dates back nearly two decades in two thousand and five of boston jury found kenji drayton guilty i degree murder in the shooting death of michael green and dorchester back in two thousand and one prosecution's case was based almost entirely on the testimony of james jackson said he saw the whole thing but a year and a half after the trial a woman named deborah bell who was dying of cancer gave a deathbed statement saying jackson could not have seen the shooting because the two of them were having sex in the bathroom at the time of the shooting the s j c said the statement casts real doubt on the justice of the convictions and therefore the defendant is entitled to a new trial carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty out on the big island police in hawaii going door to door this our telling people the time to run is now two more volcanic cracks opened up overnight at the killer way of volcano cbs's carter evans tells us officials are worried more fishers could begin spilling hot lava at any moment newly released government video show just how active these volcanic fissures remain almost a week after the first direction this view inside the volcano shows the bubbling lava lake which is draining downhill do underground rivers of molten rock there's still a lot of magma that could be moving down the rift zone so this isn't over this is not over the lab has destroyed at least thirty six structures wbz news time four twelve traffic in a minute tom cuddy right now and the ace hticket dot com sports studio.

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Top Massachusetts court clears MIT in student suicide lawsuit

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01:31 min | 4 years ago

Top Massachusetts court clears MIT in student suicide lawsuit

"To listen to us here wbz just say alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio wbz news time four forty a ruling was handed down today by the highest court in massachusetts in the case of an mit student who committed suicide as we hear from wbz's carl stevens the question for the court was should mit be held responsible for that students deaf restrict supreme court ruled that mit is not liable for the suicide of a student in two thousand nine but the court left open the possibility of legal liability in other cases where a student commit suicide twenty five year old grad student hon win killed himself jumped off a roof the court ruled that mit's not liable for his death in part because he never stated plans or intentions to commit suicide however the court did say that in certain circumstances a college or university may have a duty to take reasonable measures to prevent suicide those circumstances simply did not exist in this particular case carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty hearing about a bizarre crash in providence police say an suv they're caught fire hit two other cars roll through an intersection and run into a bus stop providence journal reporting that driver was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries no word on any charges in salem a number of pot shops could be planted in the same part of the city and that's not sitting too well with some residents and business owners six businesses are proposing to open pot shops within a three mile radius in the which city from jefferson avenue to highland dab five of them would be along busy route one oh seven including.

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Massachusetts, Wbz and Mit discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

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01:28 min | 4 years ago

Massachusetts, Wbz and Mit discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"The week little cool today with a gusty breeze off the ocean temperatures closer to the water upper fifties tenure sixty low to mid sixties ahead inland today with clouds and sun back and forth clearing chillier tonight down into the forties back up into the sixties low sixties downtown upper sixties inland tomorrow and then upper sixties downtown low seventies in lynn for wednesday and thursday with some sunshine both wednesday in thursday don't see really any big amounts of precipitation in the forecast we get closer to the weekend i'm accuweather meteorologist dean devore wbz newsradio ten thirty eight partly sunny and very bright currently sixty in boston a ruling is handed down today by the highest court here in massachusetts in a case of an mit student who committed suicide as we hear from wbz's carl stevens the question for the court was should mit be held responsible for the students deaf blistered supreme court ruled that mit is not liable for the suicide of a student in two thousand nine but the court left open the possibility of legal liability in other cases where a student commits suicide twenty five year old grad student hon win killed himself jumped off a roof the court ruled that mit's not liable for his death in part because he never stated plans or intentions to commit suicide however the court did say that in certain circumstances a college or university may have a duty to take reasonable measures to prevent suicide those circumstances simply did not exist in this particular case carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty just ahead on wbz.

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Wynn Resorts new CEO announces "Wynn" name dropping from company

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00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Wynn Resorts new CEO announces "Wynn" name dropping from company

"Hearing before the massachusetts gaming commission today there was a dramatic moment at the end of his testimony before the gaming commission when win resorts new ceo matt mattox announced the name of the casino under construction in everett is going to be encore boston harbor dropping win from the name we're very focused on doing the right thing that's what this company's about and as ceo i can tell you there is no association with steve when there is no business association with steve went on my own man the commission will rule later on whether they believe the company and the man who started the company no longer have anything to do with each other from downtown boston carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty updating a story citizens bank says it has restored online account access for thousands of customers who had been able to log.

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