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02:15 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz news radio 1030 the news watch never stops the news watch never storms wbz news time twelve noon beautiful sunshine sixty seven degrees in bonn stand did saturday afternoon nineteen a gal wbz news here's what we're following the wbz newsroom reports out of washington about robber muller's russia investigation had the first charges which could potentially be the first around of charges being presented in front of a federal judge former massachusetts governor mitt romney may soon be running for us senate seat in utah and no shame rally being held in rent thundered to call for them to monitor darker except how wv the accu weather nice today turning storming late tomorrow still windy on monday and sports i think we after continue to work hard i feel like were making progress but still have a long way to go topping our news this hour multiple reports today that there has been a grand jury indictment in a russia probe led by special counsel robert muller that charges are sealed under order from the judge cbs news has not yet confer the reports which were first issued by cnn confirmed by reuters and the wall street journal correspondent iribarne at says so far no reaction from the top president trump has not responded directly to this news and neither has the white house but at the time this news was breaking late friday night president trump tweet a message that hillary clinton had fooled the media and that really it was the clinton campaign which has colluded with russia and according to these reports plans were prepared yesterday for someone to be taken into custody as early as monday he was governor of massachusetts and has run and lost elections for us senate from the base state and president wbz charlie sherman tells us mitt romney might give politics one more try longterm utah republican senator orrin hatch was reportedly telling friends that he won't seek reelection them three people close to romney have told the boston globe that the former massachusetts governor water explore run if hatch bowed out romney has vacation over new hampshire but sold is holman belmont.

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"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio 1030 one watch never stops it is ten o'clock i'm wbz mostly clear fifty four in boston wbz accu weather clear chilly 30s to some clouds mild tomorrow rain on sunday the weekend forecast coming up good evening i'm john have wbz news there's word tonight that a grand jury in washington has approved the first charges and robert muller's investigation into russian meddling in last year's presidential election and that is all that is known right now the judges remained sealed and it's unclear who would be charged with what but the sources say lawyers for anyone involved will be contacted as early as monday with a possibility one or more persons could be taken into custody before the revelation white house press secretary sarah sanders at friday's briefing continuing to dismiss speculation of how close to the president the probe is as this investigation needs to completion the same as it started they're still no evidence of collusion between the president and anyone muller has reportedly been looking into business ties of paul manafort one time trump campaign cheer and the done junior arranged meeting involving russians who have promised to bring dirt on hillary clinton bob costantini washington an investigation by the suffolk da's office says four boston police officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a man who opened fire on them last year the dea says peter fan fan was shot after confronting arriving officers following a violent home invasion twelve people have been arrested in what's being called a major drug trafficking operation take down and lawrence lull peabody and haeberle involving large quantities of heroin and federal they'll appear in court monday beacon hill speaker bob deleo orders an immediate review of sexual harassment policies in.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio 1030 one nourished the news watch never stops it's eight o'clock gone wbz showers sixty two in boston wbz accu weather scattered rain showers overnight areas of rain possibly some thunder in the late afternoon tomorrow full forecast ahead good evening i'm done have wbz news a federal court jury in boston clear as a pharmacist of second degree murder in the nationwide meningitis outbreak linked to an closed framing and compounding pharmacy but convicts him on racketeering and false labelling as well as mailfraud charges here's wbz's lahaina jones his lawyer says glen qian is remorseful more than seventy people died and hundreds were sick and after injecting drugs contaminated by mold which led to fungal meningitis seven hundred people in twenty states were infected necc president berry kaddan was cleared of second degree murder earlier this year the convicted of racketeering in fraud and is now serving a nineyear sentence lanna towns wbz newsradio 1030 chan will be sentenced in january disturbing details revealed at the arraignment of a lynn man accused in the attempted kidnapping of a one year old girl from a laundromat prosecutors say prussia's chick boom wanted to kill the child wbz tvs beth germano with more from the courthouse his family.

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03:36 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The notification jay talking videos at cbsbostoncom bradley j on twitter jay tugging wbz wbz newsradio 1030 high sixty five degrees that seems to be going happened degree an hour we're now at three o'clock and we heard from uh person yes ivan author of world not a novel based on the austin rock scene of the 80s and dr peter psycho phd parapsychologist in how's the paranormal profile us six on seventy five or ten thirty what did you think of dr peter sacco what is you think of his endeavors pera normally speaking what did you think of a caller marcus that that that was interesting a market says he has machines break and things happen mechanically that each of these two paranormal activity that maybe he had it happened to him more or something but no he has the same things happened to him that happened to us that he tributes them he feels strongly there paranormal e uh sparked like he said he had one of his smoke detectors one off and the other one didn't and he contributed to a paranormal activity what do you think about that to me it seems like just one smoke detector detected smoke and the other one didn't and other one was he is a using a machine that you put bottles and cans returned the men and while he was using it it broke and he attributes that to paranormal activity in maybe the machine broke his maybe just broke things break it's not like it happens to him more he's very convinced that that's that's it that's interesting things do just break you know that's like i'm guessing if he's at home and his cable signal goes out or his internet access temporarily goes down that that is perceived as paranormal activity maybe it is maybe he's right maybe all that stuff that lavigne's normally to us is not normal maybe it's paranormal pera normal other than normal i just think why those internet service providers speaking of the internet the internet does make a set of vulnerable it does you know what i got today a thing from echo facts but says you may have and compromise here's what may have been compromised in his list the stuff is very serious and gives me tips for at being secure and and all and you know what i think that we should be able to sue them if our identities and that.

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio 1030 one his watch never stops wbz dusan tuivaga overcast skies right now fifty seven degrees in boston good afternoon on mike macklin here's what we're following of the wbz newsroom heavy rain produces flash flooding old little will sure good samaritans rescue a driver from his flooded out car now he wants to say thank you were save in my life president drop of the barroso warrant at odds over hurricane relief to puerto rico one can visit as a follow up or one can miss and to make sure that thing stepped on the right way the accu weather forecast jerian gray today temperatures in the fifties but a warm trend heading into the middle of the week sports socks in astros scoreless in the fourth same score same ending in the bronx bombers and blue jays stopping your news a two o'clock parts of the northshore recovering from heavy rain the produced flash flooding wbz's kim tunnicliff has the latest on our top story from live durrell niles car started taking on water and floating on its own after he drove through what he thought was a small puddle near market basket here in land that puddle was more like a lake niles wrestled his way out of the window and climbed up onto the roof that's when two good samaritans drove by and through niles a rope pulling him to safety derail says it was a very harrowing experience all the water was up to the stairway in the car and those guys rover around and came back i really appreciate that to be alive is warning i was really skiers appreciate those guys i wish i could see him again we give them a big hug for savory we kept tunnicliff wbz news radio 1030 the job a sudden he goes to court to challenge you'll lease between the mbta you debra shooras that allows the utilize berry a power line below an interactive royal cord the lawsuit argues the leases illegal because of ri purposes public land without the passage of special state legislation every source agreed to pay the t nine point three million dollars over the course of 20 years for the use of the land and fund up to four a billion dollars worth of environmental cleanup every source still seeking state approval for its proposed nine mild one hundred.

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02:27 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz to him what his watch never storms four o'clock and right now little bit of rain and overcast skies fifty nine degrees in boston you're listening to wbz newsradio and here's what we're following a murdersuicide in foxborough leaves a sixyearold boy dead a neighbor talks to wbz a new register that moment deal isn't gonna make it i mean you could tell just by looking adam senator john mccain says he will vote no on the latest gop healthcare bill to repeal obama care mccain's decision is likely a fatal blow accu weather with eric fisher scattered showers and drizzle and areas of dusty wednesday night's then tomorrow some improvements sunday it's summer closing bell ring on wall street dow down fourteen points nasdaq up for the bloomberg business report is coming up sports with tom cotti in playoffbound run socked in cincinnati it's a threegame series rick were selo throws the opener good afternoon this pm commute is brought to you by the new england honda dealers enjoy a road trip this fall in a new honda we begin in foxborough where police are investigating a horrific crime police say a young child's life was cut short at the hands of his father that father then turned the gun on himself in an apparent murder suicide here's wbz's karyn regal from foxborough richard shane lives closest to the house where sixyearold anthony scaramucci l was murdered the the boy's grandmother banged on his door screaming held came to the door explained to me that there was just a fire on our house up in the grandson was up in the house still that she didn't know if you've still alive then he learned there was another risk your now she was just in such a state of panic she couldn't see she couldn't find a glasses good and find her daughters number she then inform me that the guy was her that is dad would probably someplace around that uh he's the one that will let the fire that he says he feels like he didn't do enough in foxborough karyn regal wbz news radio 1030 sentencing delayed for the former police chief in amassed court officials in north hampton tell us that edward flurry has been admitted but they're giving no details he was found guilty yesterday of twelve counts of improperly storing of firearm this all stem from an incident outside of a bar a few years ago when he allegedly pointed.

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Usher cycle wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio swath watch never stops it's eleven o'clock on wbz clouds and 73 in boston wbz accu weather muggy overnight maybe some downpours in the '60s clouds partly sunny warm muggy tomorrow full forecast ahead good evening and a half wbz news massachuset special operations soldier has been killed seven others hurt during a training exercise involving demolitions at fort bragg north carolina the arming identifying the dead soldier as 32yearold steps sergeant alexander delete of done civil cause of death under investigation reporter robert richardson we don't know exactly why what happened during the exercise but we have confirmed with the us army special operations command debt there was something that went wrong gearing beat demolition training toledo enlisted in two thousand six and was assigned to the first special warfare training group airborne for second time in a month north korea fired a missile over japan defense secretary james mattis calling it a reckless act hinge on in had threatened to retaliate after the latest round of sanctions passed by the un security council on monday pretty aggressive in an author com after really striking comment on sean yang about wanting to bury your and where if their weapon that president was briefed here at the white house and cbs news has learned us intelligence had been expecting lines thursday or friday we jiang cbs news the white house the president back in washington having travelled to south florida today the get a look at the damage from hurricane erma cbs's manuel bojorquez in the florida keys with this scope of devastation in parts of the keys becoming more clear the focus is now on relief linrung county officials say they have checked on all homes in the hardest hit areas and have found no additional victims name lives water and food are reaching those who stayed behind but it could be days before running water power and cell service are fully restore nearly three million homes and.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On sweat not on skin of wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time eleven o'clock good monday morning to you i near a lake wbz news sixty three degrees in boston and here's where following in the wbz newsroom sighs of relief but still dangerous he dodged a bullet here but the wind gusts are still taking up i just checked the florida power and light website and you're looking at about three hundred fifty thousand people without power right now in manatee and in sarasota county is a special report on erma coming up the nine eleven attacks sixteen years ago one after another the reading of the names of those lost on ninety levin in the courts awards ran faces a long list of charges and a fatal hidden ron when it involves a child he hits us even in harder accu weather a fantastic start to the week today with mostly sunny skies high temperature around eighty mostly clear tonight low of sixty downtown 50s in the suburb on wall street dow up two hundred twenty points nasdaq up fifty seven the bloomberg business report it is coming up tapping our news this monday to stories remembering nine eleven sixteen years ago and the path of hurricane erma here cbs with the latest on that cbs news special report when we face hardship we emerge closer stronger and more determined than ever president trump says erma won't break america's spirit now tropical storm urban bringing high winds and flooding to southeastern state after a terrifying nights thousands of floridians are emerging from hurricane shelters says fema director brock la last i checked it was well over two thousand it's hard for me to keep up with all the numbers right now because it's a moving target but it was over over two hundred.

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02:09 min | 4 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio the news watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time is six thirty eight degrees that good afternoon mary lane wbz news of over following in the wbz newsroom florida burma's part of the possibility of life threatening inundation from storm surge in the next forty eight hours florida's governor issuing stern warnings from shane cutting down trees and shrubs in this linfield neighborhood may have broken this is our home accu weather glenn dissenting clouds this afternoon couple leftover showers possible high 76 clearing cool tonight low of fifty nine a little cooler and the suburbs on wall street stocks slightly lower as irma barrels toward florida the dow i was down thirty six the bloomberg business report is coming up and we begin the one o'clock hour with the latest dan hurricane erma its ferocity and its path at least ten or dead thousands homeless on islands across the northern caribbean eramet has weakened only slightly at this hour down from its peak of one hundred eighty five miles an hour to a one hundred seventy five miles an hour but still a powerful category five storm nearly nine hundred thousand people in puerto rico don't have power on bourboule to which took a direct hit sixty percent of that island was flattened florida is bracing erma is expected to hit southern florida early sunday mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for parts of the miami metro area and the florida keys as his governor rick scott this storm has potential catastrophic lead devastator say you have to you have to take this seriously this is a catastrophic storm their see has never seen airports in the bahamas as shutting down with the approach of erma the international airport and nasa as closing late today and they're battening down there hatches on turks and caicos chandra craig lives on province he alisyn talks about what she's been dill i wanted to make sure that i was very prepared this time so i've done everything i'm going to go home and shortly i'm going to be fillon at benz of water dissing hazem don't have access to water in the next couple of days i have food supply for i'll be about a week water supply or we the us.

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01:55 min | 4 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This week history of sports is megan ideal for the boston herald referred to the new york baseball club as yankees today 1928 ty cobb made his lasting appearance open catcher al lopez it major league last recorded bell solemn run this week 1930s between 1963 major during baseball had it's one hundred thousand game nhl great gordie howe retired this week 1971 lorca went up he's here is wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news watch never stops wbz news time one o'clock sixty four degrees and boston i karic wbz news here's over following in the wbz newsroom the president returns to areas hardhit by harvey's flooding rains believed that the people have died from the storm tens of thousands of people are still in shelters fiber dead in kalamazoo when vehicles in a crash burst into flames and extended police chase but boston police have two in custody to lend men under arrest after allegedly leading staple lease on a chase from waltham to plymouth checking our weather highpressure dominates that means sunny skies throughout the rest of the day 70s for most of us 60s along the shoreline the full forecast coming up and sports patriots after get the roster down to fifty three by the safter down epa latest from the delaware technologies championship at the tpc boston wbz news time one o1 as expected after a major hurricane things in texas are anything but normal president trump is back in texas today for an update on the damage caused by harvey's historic rainfall the numbers are staggering at least fifty people have died from the storm tens of thousands of people are still in shelters four hundred and forty thousand have registered for emergency federal assistance and.

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02:26 min | 4 years ago

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"Playing in two thousand one hundred thirty one straight games this week in 1995 as we get two thousand thirteen serena williams won her fifth women's singles us open title right here wbz abc of hd 3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio to him his wife never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time to our claude what happen it's mostly cloudy now seventy nine degrees in boston good thursday afternoon i'm teeny gal wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom vice president mike pence isn't rock poor tax says where harvey first slammed ashore as a categoryfour hurricane meanwhile people and balls dinner helping harvey victims they raised hundreds of dollars at a lemonade stand in charlestown blerta that happened to me and i add my own closer to home held on one million dollars cash bail attempted murder now on the list of charges facing a withdrew a man who allegedly threw a sevenyearold girl off a bridge wbz accuweather has red 80 degrees today clouds develop in a stray shower possible through this evening on wall street dow up thirty nine point in apples those leads me that our place the bloomberg business report is coming up topping our news at 2 o'clock vice president mike pence is visiting with texas storm victor sam's and surveying the damage close to where harvey first slammed ashore as a categoryfour hurricane mr pens landed in corpus christi and then travel to the coastal town of rock poured to see the extensive aftermath of harvey meanwhile fire broke out this morning at the arkham a chemical plant and crosby says that near houston meanwhile arkhan officials warned that combustible materials could degrade and explode after floodwaters from hurricane harvey caused power at our plan to fail bob royal with the harris county fire marshal's office says while the smoke from the fire may not be lethal it's also not good at all for your health while jemaine for people sale you don't want to stand and smoke do you show aged the sheriff says is larger caviar if hydrocarbons burning nevada injured made above arbor gordon are komo says the fire was caused by the degradation of chemicals lacking refrigeration and that up to eight more containers could burn and explode dozens of marines have arrived in katie taxes to help in the.

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02:13 min | 4 years ago

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"Wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio to him one the news watch never stops wctc news time ten o'clock beautiful sunny day seventy six in baath deemed wednesday morning antid gal wbz news years of we're following in the wbz newsroom president trump defending himself alleging that the media misrepresenting his remarks the upcoming boston rally on a common reach beach rally organizers meeting with boston police everything it had ordering everyone a happy day hallelujah for drivers back above a move on the road then the rails but palm average reopened wv the accu weather mostly sunny low humidity eighty five rough surf on a southfacing beaches due to hurricane guards mark mills on wall street stocks off to a guy good start the dow's up sixty nine the bloomberg business report is coming up wbz news time ten oh wine president trump says he was right the first time about protests in charlottesville mr trump's renewed criticism of both sides is now drawing a torrent of criticism in a very fiery exchange with reporters at trump tower yet today the president backed off monday's statement denouncing white supremacist groups instead he repeated his original response from saturday and asked whether leftwing counterdemonstrators have any semblance of guilt the president already this morning's posting tweeds alleging that this is the media misrepresenting his remarks if you will listen jew his remarks in full you will hear each and every phrase that became politically complicated form he put himself in his rhetorically complicated place of appearing to defend white nationalist while at the same time saying he disavowed the hate groups that cbs news white house correspondent margaret brennan five business leaders have now resign from president trump's american manufacturing council because of the way mr trump responded and handled the charlottesville chaos and violence president richard trumka of air fell cio condemned mr trump's initial remarks over the weekend but he tells cbs this morning yesterday's comments.

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01:47 min | 4 years ago

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"May be tend to take a risk look before you leap and virgoe of flirtatious exchange this week may lead to something unexpected or as the furor shopes are coming up soon by here truck wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio the news watch never stops wbz news time 5 o'clock we have sunshine n d five degrees right now involved with good afternoon implied like back loathed deers what were following of the wbz newsroom awarding from police in jail fleet could and in over built puppy tallied than thou discussed friday delayed it was supposed to be done by tomorrow morning now it looks like mid we were talking about the combat for raja the organizer of yesterday's protest that ended in death than charlottesville virginia says don't blame him we've got the accu weather forecast hyper sure stays in control through the started the workweek keeping things quiet may be cleared comfortable night tonight mostly sunny pleasant moral dandan sports chris sale goes after his fifty th win of the season for the red sox tonight in the bronx rubber game with the enke's dapa go news at five policemen chelsea issue we get alert after four fatal overdose cases suspected to involve no the victims all believed to have died after using heroin laced with the deadly drug chelsea police chief brian keys on why the universe is being issued kind of a balance between sending an alert out there and for those people that are struggling to to retail to their police department retail to their medical camelia what have you just to try to get the help they need otherwise m p consequences as we've seen in the past couple of days could be fatal there have been a rash is certain overdoses some fatal.

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02:41 min | 4 years ago

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"Personal finance advice for over 25 years this is the riggleman jio wpcu wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz news swath east watch never stops eleven o'clock on wbz we have seventy degrees in boston wbz accuweather meteorologist toward these favoured calling for sunshine refreshing breeze at times high temperatures near 80 degrees longitude late forecast coming up in just a few minutes i'm charlie sherman wbz news dropping our news this hour in early morning lord our inland north shore wbz's doug cope joining us live in lynn with details doug what's the latest world surely this curve just before two of this morning police said they got several nine one one calls at that time and when they got here to curl one circle that's off of holyoake street if out a man shot to death he has been identified as thirtyfouryearold a pedro correo of lynn this is in the neighborhood of us city public housing one local woman says usually pretty quiet here no arrests have been made investigation ongoing inland doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 thank you delegates an allpoints bulletin for a man who police say attacked his mother and sister with a rubber malik wbz tvs david robishaud has more the manhunt is on for assessed 'spect the melrose police chief calls very dangerous we have the whole northern area massachusetts is one of our right now on friday night melrose police were called to this vinton street home and found a woman covered in blood walking on the sidewalk there was another woman in distress inside when officers got into the as she was in a chair with some type of wire ties around a wrangles to the cheer police say fiftyfouryearold john ferreira viciously assaulted those women who neighbors identified as the suspects mother and sister both had been beaten with a hammer ferreira's described as fifty four years old five seven two hundred pounds he has spatial hair and graying mustache partially shaved head these driving a red toyota corolla with massachusetts license plates five four six x l one he may have a pet rottweiler dog with them the car a cell phone and and atm card was stolen from the victims if you see ferrari your encouraged to call nine one one wbz news time eleven all three of the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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02:13 min | 4 years ago

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"Wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz news radio 1030 the news the news watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time charikar sunshine seventy nine degrees in boston good morning by mike maitland here's what will follow him to the wbz newsroom a landlord boston eatery up been blamed as small smoky buyer horses the evacuation of the oldest rose drug in boston police bacon arrests do not skirting case zone cape god a grand jury convened to the trump russia investigation the fbi has been following the money and sources tell us that that is a big part of this probe we've got the accu weather forecasts mix of clouds and sun humidity five isolated storm mainly north and less tracey jockey john wall street dow going for his eighth straight record nine at nineteen points the bloomberg business report is coming up said we'll check sports along the way top news turns boston's oldest restaurant is closed today in the wake of a small fire last night we get our top story from wbz's doug cope at the universe your house diner dinners at the always arouse were interrupted around eight thirty last night when fire alarms went off the rhythm and small blaze right outside the front of the building it didn't do much damage what a did send a lot of smoke inside the building forcing the evacuation of a restaurant venting the building became an issue the evacuation was conducted safely nobody hurt because of that ways which dealers small amount of damage to the outside the press out of the building is being investigated city inspectors also have to look at the damaged today in boston doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 route four 495 in the hopkin jin stretch reopened to traffic this morning in the wake of a fatal headon crash near state police reported woman driving nissan altima south on the northbound side of the highway crashed headon into a honda pickup truck traveling north shortly before six this morning the wrong way driver pronounced dead at the see the man driving the pickup take it to you as medical center in west drew with what were described as serious injuries all three northbound lanes of the highway were shot down until about eight this morning now crash remains under investigation forber production assistant for the.

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01:54 min | 4 years ago

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"It stands banning ties ricki god has ties great guys a gear also accepting boats motorcycles rvs and real estate donations wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio 1030 he was was never watched numbers cbs news i'm jim chenevey the trump administration is signing on to legislation that would reduce legal immigration to the us by about half president trump says the bill sponsor right you republican senators favours the immigrants to the us based on skills his competitive application process says will favour applicants who can speak english financially support themselves and their families and demonstrates skills that will contribute to our economy it would do away with a lottery system that grants green cards to many immigrants it would also limit the number of family members immigrants can bring with m that could have legal immigration over ten years steve dorsey cbs news washington the president has signed a bill imposing a new round of sanctions on russia even as he described the bill as seriously flawed the sanctions are pushback over moscow's meddling in the presidential election correspondent bill racal says that investigation has taken a new turn with requests for more records related to the meeting donald trump jr head with a russian lawyer during last year's presidential campaign cbs news has learned of the interest in the phone records surrounding the meeting at trump tower last year after it was revealed that president trump played a role in the crafting of a misleading statement about the meeting in addition a congressional source says they're looking for any and all relevant records involving anyone who may have been at that meeting the.

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"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"cbsbostoncom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By then danny kaye god in god's working together also accepting boats motorcycles rvs in real estate donations wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz news radio the news watch never stops the news watch never stops videos eight o'clock wbz mostly clear all off beatty nine degrees in boston wbz accu weather temperatures in the '70s overnight backed up on the night he's tomorrow with sunshine good evening i'm huff wbz news well today in washington lunch at the white house president trump hosting fifty one republican senators lobbying them for healthcare passage cbs's we do jiang from capitol hill president trump is telling republican senators they have to keep their promise for seven years you promised the american people that you would repeal obamacare people are hurting inaction is not an option he summing gop lawmakers to the white house for the second time in less than a month as they struggled to find consensus on a health care overhaul but we have to stay here we should leave town and we should hammer this out and get it done and nudge just the repeal senate majority leader mitch mcconnell promising a vote next week the congressional budget office out with its estimate of the impact of repealing obamacare without a replacement the nonpartisan budget in a list for congress says if the affordable care act is erased but not replaced an additional thirty two million people will be uninsured in less than a decade the report says average premiums for people buying their own health insurance would double by 2020 six.

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