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01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Mind if you're traveling on 1 25 south on Of the rap to 93 South on remains closed off because of that crash we had last week. Laurie gratitude. Levi's ease traffic on the threes Thank you. Weather forecast with Dean Divorce, cloudy and cold Today We'll see some snow flurries. You could wind up with an inch of snow. Not much more than that, Maybe just a coding. Sleet and freezing rain can also mix in will be around the freezing mark in England's areas, But if you're closer to the water, it will be in the mid and even upper thirties, the snow the sleep. The freezing rain tonight will change to rein in Boston and along the coast, but inland it's going to continuous freezing rain and it could get very dangerous Winter weather advisory up tonight at seven o'clock until tomorrow morning at seven. Now, where is the concern? It's mostly to the north and west of Boston, the Worcester Hill So the New Hampshire that could be a significant build up of ice tomorrow otherwise for Boston, points out, that should be rain and temperatures in the upper thirties right now in Boston, with clouds were at 30 Degrees live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron here. The five things you need to know at 7 15 Governor Charlie Baker ruling out, adding them or age groups to the covert vaccine distribution plan for now. A memorial service held for stone in high school soccer and tennis coach Jim Carino, a victim of covert 19, federal health officials say 50 million covert vaccinations have been given two Americans. 37 million. Have received their first shot 13 million, their second vaccination, and starting today, several ice rink in the Worcester area opening up for free Public skating. Three registration is required. With ex President Trump's impeachment trial ending in acquittal lawmakers on Capitol Hill now turning their attention to Kobe relief. CBS is Debra Alfa Romeo president Biden has said he is willing to compromise.

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02:18 min | 9 months ago

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"And sun in Boston at nine thirty good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron is what's happening while virus data in Massachusetts continues to trend in the right direction at least five other states yesterday reporting their highest single day record of covert nineteen cases also yesterday for the first time since the twenty seventh of April members of the White House coronavirus task force taking questions from reporters to first task force briefing in more than two months began on a positive note we have made a truly remarkable progress at vice president pence then noted a precipitous rise in cases across the south how the societal responsibility Dr Anthony Fauci reiterated the importance of social distancing especially as more young people test positive in the newly emerging hot spots CBS is Paula Reid asked pence whether the president's campaign rallies might contribute to the spread even in a health crisis the American people don't forfeit our constitutional rights Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington president trump has decided to stay at the White House this weekend rather than go as planned it to his New Jersey golf resort no official reason given for the change in plans this coming as an adviser to the president announcing that he's tested positive for the coronavirus White House economist Thomas Phillips and will be leaving his role soon but he's not revealing he tested positive for coke but nineteen earlier this month he is at least the third person that works here in the White House complex have tested positive we know several campaign staffers have tested positive as well dozens are in quarantine this morning after the president's rally last week but the vice president's still defended those large scale events C. B. C.'s Rachel Scott reporting here in Massachusetts the health department reporting fifty new coronavirus deaths the toll overall now since the pandemic began over eight thousand half past two hundred thirty three new coronavirus cases reported yesterday but that's only about three eight percent of the eight thousand five hundred were tested governor Charlie Baker proposing a two hundred seventy five million dollar covert nineteen economic recovery package for the state at a press conference yesterday the governor rolled out details of the plan and spelled out the economic impact of the pandemic the pandemic brought with it a massive.

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02:07 min | 10 months ago

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"Brought to you by town fair tire good morning welcome I'm Charlie Bergeron and here's what's happening Boston firefighters do have that fire in South Boston on Columbia road knocked down and contained but not before one to seven alarms and spread to five connected to triple deckers several firefighters taken to a hospital with minor injuries no word on any cause has yet WBZ's Kevin Coleman is at the scene and we'll have a live report coming up in just a little bit now to the protests in Boston across the country yesterday seeking justice for George Floyd who died earlier in the week in Minneapolis after police officer Derek chopped and pressed his knee into Floyd snack even after Floyd stopped moving trough and taken into custody yesterday charged with third degree murder and manslaughter three police officers injured in Atlanta as demonstrators set a police car and an American flag on fire on the west coast pretty much all of downtown LA has now been declared an unlawful assembly it is a huge area of the LAPD telling residents they should stay inside and businesses are being told they should close anybody in the streets is being told to leave the area immediately the LAPD saying protesters have been violent at least two officers have been injured they're now clearing the streets Alex down ABC news Los Angeles president trump says he has spoken with Floyd's family and he says he does support peaceful protest of police men and women that I've seen have been outstanding when you have something like this happen you really you look at it and you just say how does a thing like that happen because she just seems so bad to watch the president last night on Twitter urging people in Minnesota to vote out Democrats in their state in south the south end of Boston yesterday hundreds demanding justice.

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01:41 min | 11 months ago

"charlie bergeron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In store at curbside or have them delivered help is just around the block C. ace hardware dot com for details Robert heckler WBZ's traffic on the three fifty fifty on whether we can today the pick of the two sunny pleasant not as chilly temps will be in the fifties along the water near sixty inland clouds tonight forty one of them tomorrow here we go again cloudy chilly windy with some rain around mainly in the afternoon and a high of about fifty or thirty nine degrees partly sunny in Boston this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning on Charlie Bergeron and here are the five things you need to know at six forty five just about fifty one thousand confirmed cases of the corona virus here in Massachusetts two thousand five hundred fifty six residents have died from cold at nineteen eighty thousand residents in Massachusetts filing for unemployment just in the past week the death toll from the virus nationwide stands now at over fifty two thousand as some states begin the process of opening businesses which have been shut down and rest restaurant in Boston that now allowed to sell grocery items including paper products and even produce go back to our top story of the morning it's the very latest on the corona virus outbreak CBS news update even as the nation markets fifty thousand deaths from the cold at nineteen pandemic three states started easing up on state court orders to start letting some small businesses open president trump signed a new small business relief bill and claimed he was just being sarcastic and suggesting medical any virus testing for.

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01:55 min | 11 months ago

"charlie bergeron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty four degrees in Boston at eight thirty good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron here's what's happening well no continues to fall and is even accumulating here in Boston and there is a winter storm warning for Worcester county Dan the Burke Sheeran said that's where the heavier snow has been falling and that's where we find WBZ's Kevin Coleman who joins us live now from Worcester Kevin good morning good morning Charlie crews have been going up and down the mass pike this morning clearing off the highway as the snow continues to fall even state troopers are spread out to make sure everyone is driving safely earlier I did notice some cars slide off the highway on ninety three and the pike because there are some slick spots of snow will continue to fall this morning and into the early afternoon as parts of central mass and western mass will see several inches of snow reporting live on the mass pike Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio over fourteen hundred Massachusetts residents have lost their lives to complications from covert nineteen the numbers are frightening in nursing homes and assisted living facilities for every two deaths in Massachusetts one has been from a resident of a long term care facility close to one hundred fifty thousand residents have been tested over thirty four thousand four hundred have tested positive so that comes out to about twenty three percent of those who have been tested coming back with a positive result Middlesex and Suffolk counties still the areas that have been hardest hit let's get to a great story of recovery it's the story of Jim bellow from him forty nine years old healthy dad three kids no health issues the sickness started on March seventh on a ski weekend with family before the stay at home advisory within a week Jim was on his way to mass general to be intubated before he went under and he's.

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01:47 min | 11 months ago

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"Home to yours the team at rocket mortgage is with you visit rocket mortgage dot com rob backlit WBZ's traffic on the threes spectacular bright start to the day sunny windy chilly today says province game will get to the fifties but it's going to feel a lot colder than that with that wind chill still with us clear let's win tonight thirty seven and then for Easter Sunday tomorrow morning should be nice sunshine and clouds later in the day with temperatures to about sixty will probably see some rain by tomorrow night right now thirty eight degrees sunshine in Boston this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron here the five things you need to know at seven fifteen there are twenty thousand nine hundred seventy four confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts that's more than a two thousand person jumping cases in just the last twenty four hours government investigating death and illness at the soldiers home in Holyoke the investigation will focus on whether residents rights were violated Francis celebrating Easter weekend at the bad again with no crowds because of the corona virus pandemic police in Providence investigating a double homicide two bodies found in a car on train tracks to go back to our top story of the day and of the week at the corona virus outbreak raging here in this country and all around the world CBS news update there are spawning new numbers out on the told of the corona viruses taking here and in other nations one hundred thousand people have died of the pandemic around the world as of Good Friday more than eighteen thousand of them in this country and the U. S. has had a half a million covert nineteen infection cases summing up to.

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02:24 min | 11 months ago

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"Thirty degrees sunrise in Boston at six thirty good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron here's what's happening surge in cases in the corona virus pandemic continuing here in Massachusetts with over two thousand new cases reported yesterday the statewide total now for those testing positive for the virus just under twenty one thousand five hundred ninety nine residents have died a federal investigation opening up into circumstances at the Holyoke soldiers home were at least twenty eight veterans have died of cold at nineteen an investigation by state Attorney General Maura Healey's office also proceeding and an independent investigation being called for by governor Charlie Baker is WBZ's Madison Rogers and what the governor had to say governor Baker welcomed the federal investigation launched by the U. S. attorney's office for Massachusetts and the department of justice civil rights division Baker said the situation is a tragedy and the most important thing is figuring out exactly what happened clearly by the time our folks showed up there the place had real problems and that was obviously demonstrated by what everybody saw there on the ground on Monday and that's why we're doing the investigation and by the way it's why so much has been done over the course of the past twelve days governor Baker says he didn't receive word of the situation until the night of March twenty ninth and now the former superintendent is disputing that saying he had been providing the state with daily updates Baker says this discrepancy will be a subject of the independent investigation at the state house Madison Rogers WBZ Boston zoo's radio and this is the beginning of a surge in corona virus cases in and around the Boston area the number of infections in Massachusetts has been on a steady incline and from now until at least April twentieth Boston mayor Marty Walsh told ABC news could be the worst so sassy these numbers go really really high I think fifty percent of our cases maybe forty percent in the in the last five days the city just turn the convention center into a temporary hospital thousand that is still the five hundred for covert possible positive homeless folks and in five hundred for backup rooms for hospitals Walsh's told all residents to wear a mask any time they're in public Erin cutters he ABC news New York a meal delivery service in Peabody teaming up with the patriots to help feed medical professionals during this pandemic here's WBZ's Kevin Coleman as the surge of Corbin nineteen rises Nutri meal plans a meal.

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03:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron here's what's happening department public health reporting an increase of thirteen hundred thirty four coronavirus cases and twenty four deaths yesterday in Massachusetts total number of cases now up over eleven thousand seven hundred and two hundred sixteen have died part of the reason for the recent spike in cases is increasing testing a total of sixty eight thousand eight hundred people have now been tested in Massachusetts the age group least affected by covert nineteen those under the age of nineteen those between the ages of fifty and fifty nine have seen the largest number of positive testing for coalbed nineteen residents at long term care facilities make up four hundred eighty cases and according to the Parma public health one thousand sixty eight patients have been hospitalized actions now being taken inside Massachusetts prisons after a third inmate dies from the corona viruses WBZ's Kendall Buell it's not a lock down state corrections officials stress but movement inside Massachusetts prisons is being strictly curtailed to keep covert nineteen for running like wildfire through their populations under new restrictions the movements of some eight thousand inmates will be prison officials say strictly limited inmates will still have contact with their attorneys and with the outside world over the phone and through mail the Massachusetts treatment center in Bridgewater which is recorded the highest number of coronavirus cases among state corrections facilities saw its third inmate died yesterday a man in his sixties would be in quarantine since exhibiting symptoms nine days ago can the Buell WBZ Boston news radio at the federal level Attorney General William Barr ordering the bureau of prisons to increase the use of home confinement bar says the agency must expedite the release of eligible high risk inmates beginning with three federal prisons where coronavirus cases have skyrocketed they include FCC Oakdale at the prison in Louisiana where five inmates have died and more than a dozen others are hospitalized at FCI Elton in Ohio three inmates have died and twenty inmates have tested positive for corona virus at FCI Danbury in Connecticut congressional leaders present advocates have been pressing the justice department for weeks to release at risk inmates ahead of a potential outbreak president trump warning of many more coronavirus deaths in the days ahead Italy and Spain the two hardest hit European nations expressing hope now though that the crisis has peaked in their countries while the endless scramble for desperately needed medical equipment and protective gear continues in this country the number of confirmed infections now topping one point two million globally including more than three hundred thousand in the United States the death toll worldwide sixty five thousand the state of Massachusetts becoming the first state in the country to actively trace where the corona virus specifically spreads to being called the community tracing collaborative is WBZ's Mike Macklin as the state braces for the expected surging coronavirus infections and deaths Massachusetts is breaking new ground in the fight against the spread of the deadly virus governor Charlie Baker announced the launch of a new bishops covert nineteen tracing program to track the spread of the contagious virus from person to person we have the ability.

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05:48 min | 1 year ago

"charlie bergeron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Boston at eight thirty Hey I'm Charlie Bergeron here's what's happening state of Florida now reporting its first two deaths from the coronavirus old people who died had recently traveled overseas and one of the two did have some other health issues meanwhile CDC officials alongside the Coast Guard in public health officials in northern California continuing to screen three thousand five hundred passengers and crew on the grand princess cruise ship still being held offshore near San Francisco there are twenty one a positive cases thus far on board president trump has been dismissing any fears that there are not enough testing kits on board saying anyone wants a test can have a test passenger Stephen Smith who is confined to his room inside the ship confirms that not every passenger is being chosen to be tested by health officials they chose a hundred people to be tested non I think those are the people that were left on the cruise ship from the previous crews were the passengers had come down with coronavirus closer to home eleven Norwood town officials and employees including the general manager self quarantining after they attended a private event was someone who had tested positive for corona virus the person who tested positive is a Norwood resident not a town employee there were about thirty people at the event and they have all been contacted by their local health department and are informed of the need to self quarantine for two weeks eight people in Massachusetts have tested positive thus far for corona virus more positive coronavirus cases are linked to a bio Gen meeting held in Boston last week the Cambridge based biotech company holding a conference at the Marriott long wharf and officials say at least eight from that gathering have been infected of the eight three from Boston one from Wellesley the other from Norfolk County the other three one from Tennessee to from Europe Brigham and women's hospital announcing yesterday afternoon they were asked to help test people who were at that conference it is eight thirty two the town of Ossipee now facing a federal discrimination lawsuit WBZ's Madison Rogers joins us here in the studio with more more advanced good morning the lawsuit filed this week in Concord federal court comes from the town's first full time police officer Kimberly had worked for the Ossipee police department between twenty twelve and twenty eighteen in that time hatch says she was the victim of repeated gender based harassment and comments and one institute incident in the lawsuit a colleague used a stun gun on the back of her neck allegedly and then wrote something on her forehead while she was disabled from the shock the suit doesn't say exactly what was written hatch says she was fired in twenty eighteen minutes after a dispute over damages to a police cruiser she says she didn't file complaints while she was working for the Ossipee police department because she was worried she be fire aired Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio and another lawsuit to tell you about TD garden and Delaware north being sued or Kelleher filing a wrongful death lawsuit claiming staff at the garden continue to serve her son Michael alcohol ignoring what is being called his impaired condition Michael Kelleher was last seen on March twenty ninth of twenty seventeen after leaving a Celtics game he was found in the Charles river two weeks later eight thirty three just ahead super Tuesday's delegate count has been tabulated we'll get to that story coming up check the roads traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and good morning to you Charlie we're getting word of a rollover this is here again south of town it sound one ninety five it's being reported in the fair haven stretch of one ninety five east between exit eighteen route to forty and exit nineteen north street so that's one ninety five eastbound again reports of rollover otherwise said not seeing any big delays south of town on twenty four or ninety five down towards Rhode Island route three is okay along the south shore between Plymouth and Weymouth the expressway is fine ten minutes between Braintree and Boston no issues downtown the lower deck say command lever connector clear the Tobin airport tunnels are flying out west to tell no troubles along the mass turnpike from Boston out towards Sturbridge Northtown rude one is clear through Saugus and three ninety three and ninety five still in great shape heading up to the New Hampshire line rob Jacquelyn WBZ's traffic on the three and now the four day WBZ accu weather forecast is Samuels says today will be windy with clouds and sun temperatures to the low forties but that accu weather real feel might make it feel as much as twenty degrees colder in the twenties instead of forty is very windy across the Cape today wind gusts fifty to sixty miles per hour partly cloudy the wind dies down tonight thirty for a low and then tomorrow is great milder pleasant plenty of sunshine an extra hour of sunshine later in the day fifty three AM and Monday partly sunny sixty four then Tuesday clouds maybe some rain at night a high of about sixty right now when it switches thirty degrees in Worcester it is thirty one degrees in sandwich thirty one snow was finally ended on the Cape and here in Boston sun peeking through the clouds we are at thirty degrees at eight thirty five the delegate winner on super Tuesday former vice president Joe Biden the Associated Press delegate count shows Biden with a lead of ninety seven delegates over Vermont senator Bernie Sanders big.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"charlie bergeron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fries slaw on a biscuit churches bringing that down home flavor rob Hackler WBZ's traffic on the threes weekend shaping up to be just great weather wise advances says a brisk and chilly today clouds and sun cannot rule out an afternoon snow flurry but will be in the mid and upper thirties the accu weather real feel keeps it in the twenties tonight will drop down to about twenty three degrees clear skies teens and some of the suburbs and then tomorrow sunny brisk once again at a high of about thirty eight degrees right now twenty seven degrees all right sunshine I'm off this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning thanks for joining us on Charlie Bergeron here the five things you need to know at six forty five women from revere facing assault and battery charges attacking two women near the maverick T. station because they were speaking Spanish three patients on the west coast contract in the cold nineteen virus from on known sources will have more on that coming up Suffolk County grand jury deciding not to indict in the death of an Emerson College student South Carolina holding the first in the south presidential primary today former vice president Joe Biden leading in the latest poll go back now to one of this morning's top stories CBS news update there are more cases of novel coronavirus of unknown origin the test has come back positive there's at least one presumptive case in Washington state says health.

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05:55 min | 1 year ago

"charlie bergeron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty eight degrees in Boston at five thirty the morning Charlie Bergeron here's what's happening prosecutors in Boston charging two women with attacking a mother and a daughter for speaking Spanish in public the county district attorney Rachel Rollins announcing that the two twenty five year olds from revere will face assault and other charges Jenny Lee Anna Marathi and Stephanie Armstrong will be arraigned on March ninth the victims say they were assaulted on February fifteenth police say the assailants told officers they approach the mother and her teenage daughter because they believed the two were making fun of them while speaking Spanish health officials in the state of Washington announcing two new cases of the corona virus K. I. R. O. T. V.'s Ryan Sims reports from north of Seattle health workers say a teenager never traveled out of the U. S. yeah he's still got the virus they tell us he started feeling sick on Monday and spent the whole week sick from school by today health workers say the boy felt better and even tried attending class the diagnosis came in right as that boy was arriving at school and the other patient is a woman in her fifties who had recently visited South Korea face masks were becoming a hot commodity during this latest scare over the corona virus a number of stores have run out as WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports there is some question as to how effective the masks really are for the general public both mass health officials and the CDC say there's really no reason for healthy people to wear face masks since they may not be effective in stopping the transmission of the corona virus but that's not stopping people from seeking them out Michael would do Sir from eastern supply hardware in Attleboro says as soon as he gets in order in the fly off the shelves besides your regular educational shovels for snow storms I've never seen anything like this for anyone item DPH commissioner Dr Monica Burrell says despite shortages of face masks at stores and pharmacies hospitals and medical centers seem to have plenty of time there are adequate supplies throughout the healthcare facilities we don't recommend space actually general public accepted your sections on the cliffs WBZ Boston news radio to Massachusetts troopers accused of receiving rifles as gifts from a prospective vendor have been sentenced to probation former lieutenant Paul walls me former trooper Michael will not order to serve two years probation after accepting plea deals they were sentenced after being found guilty of violating the standards of conduct for a public employee the two men retired from the state police in twenty sixteen they'll also pay a fine of seven thousand five hundred dollars was the Walmart were initially charged late last year after an investigation by the state attorney general's office revealed the owner of Troy industries gave them each rifles valued as much as three thousand dollars for free the rifles were personalized using the trooper state police ID numbers as the serial numbers while the company was lobbying to become a vendor for the state police it is five thirty three and the focus on the Democrats in the presidential primary shift to South Carolina today we'll get to that story coming up go check the roads the traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes one of rock morning to you Charlie we're in great shape out of west of town no issues on the mass turnpike this morning moving well both ways between eighty four in Sturbridge chan the proof channel also good ride out west of town along to ninety routes to eight nine north of the city three ninety three ninety five look good to and from New Hampshire the upper end of one twenty eight moving well from Waltham up towards Peabody and route one looks good through Saugus downtown the lower deck say command lever connector clear no troubles over the Tobin bridge sure in the airport tunnels south of town expressway wide open route three clear along the south shore in twenty four in ninety five flying to and from Rhode Island rob Pacolli WBZ's traffic on the three major robless check that four day WBZ accu weather forecast met Ben says today it will be brisk and chilly clouds and sun cannot rule out maybe a flurry here or there but nothing too significant accu weather real feel will make it like that it's in the twenties today but temps will be in the mid and upper thirties clear cold tonight twenty three teens some of the suburbs tomorrow nice sunny brisk mid and upper thirties Monday clouds milder forty eight on Monday and then Tuesday cloudy a lot milder again some afternoon rain could come into the area but we'll get to fifty nine for a high on Tuesday right now in Lakeville it is twenty eight degrees in Braintree were at twenty four degrees so August twenty five and here in Boston it is twenty eight degrees at five thirty five the Democrats twenty twenty primary season entering a critical for eight day stretch that will help determine whether the party rallies behind Bernie Sanders war battles on until the national convention former vice president Joe Biden hoping to slow down Sanders momentum with the wind today in the South Carolina primary Sanders believes he is positioned to seize a major delegate advantage when fourteen states including Massachusetts vote this coming Tuesday on the eve of the primary Democrats campaigning across the state speaking to the plight of the middle class worker former mayor people judge telling a crowd in Colombia that he thinks one job ought to be enough for someone to get by in this country right now there is an American majority that can agree that the time has come to end the days what a corporation can make billions in profits and pay zero in taxes and bring.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Like screening questions in school says will help you see beyond the resume post your next job on indeed dot com slash higher homes will certainly be Z. bosses is radio six thirteen let's go back check the road traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three step for the most part we're doing pretty well but we have a couple of things to be aware of the south of the city this report is sponsored by nature valley sweet and salty bars on route three south bound state police assisting with an over heated vehicle before the Sagamore bridge on route one ninety five westbound we're seeing some brake lights through wear him on route three on the lower end of ninety three northbound state police or with the disabled vehicle a pocket park traffic is very light there so that shouldn't be much of an issue no troubles on route twenty four ninety five be tween the lower end of ninety three and one twenty eight and the Rhode Island state line if you love nature valley sweet and salty bars you'll love the new sweet and salty minis it's all of the indulgent savory goodness you know now we're smaller size in it one hundred calories snacking has never been so sweet new nature valley sweet and salty minis David struck Pelino WBZ's traffic on the threes and the great weather continues Matt Benz says today will be sunny and pleasant will get to about fifty four for a high clears out tonight thirty seven AM tomorrow mild sunshine clouds fifty eight right now in Boston thirty five degrees this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron and thanks for joining us this morning here are the five things you need to know at six fifteen today is the day the long awaited new hands free driving law takes effect here in Massachusetts a back the blue rally held outside Boston police headquarters yesterday got heated protesters from.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Thirty five degrees in Boston at five thirty good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron and here's what's happening senator Bernie Sanders projected to win his second straight caucus with a convincing win in Nevada senator Bernie Sanders was already in Texas when those Nevada votes were being counted looking ahead to super Tuesday in the Lone Star state this is the most consequential lectured in the modern history of this country Texas will play an enormous role if we win here in Texas it's fetish between now and then there are some Carolina where Joe Biden hoping to revive what so far has been a disappointing campaign he finished second in Nevada what were the key issues health care especially Medicare for all was it really critical for a lot of voters who came here as immigrants it was just something that was top of mind for them it's also something that is a key issue for young people people who are more transient and their jobs are who can't necessarily depend on their job for health care coverage CBS is Caitlin Huey burns CBS news update on top add Massachusetts voters can start casting early ballots in the presidential primaries beginning tomorrow Massachusetts one of more than a dozen states that hold their presidential primaries on March third that's the so called super Tuesday for the first time though local residents can start voting early in a presidential primary that begins tomorrow and runs through Friday early votes can be cast in at least one location in cities or towns across the state during the regular business hours of local election officials communities can also choose.

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05:18 min | 1 year ago

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"Where you get your news WBZ news radio sixteen degrees clouds in Boston at nine o'clock AM Charlie Bergeron and here's what's happening well this incredibly good stretch of winter weather is about to change here comes the snow and accu weather meteorologist dean devore joins us with the latest information we have foreseen well the cold air that's in place here this morning Charlie's going to fuel the storm temperatures are going to be on the slow rise to the teens only into the twenties this afternoon that sells good arrive in some of the western suburbs mid afternoon get into the city by this evening there's gonna be a few hours of heavy snow I think of for the first part of tonight and when that occurs even down to the cave one to three inches up to about the city of mark there with the changeover to sleep then playing rain before ending city north and west it's just snow mixing with some sleet and some freezing rain as much as three to six inches but again first part it's only very slippery and in most areas near the coast and even the suburbs go way above freezing into the forties into tomorrow morning and then will crash back down tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening it's gonna be quite a storm here but this afternoon this evening is gonna be the worst will keep up to date WBZ bosses Israeli identity in two separate crashes overnight in the town of Easton one woman flown to a hospital with serious injuries after her car collided with another vehicle near the entrance to Stonehill college this is about ten o'clock last night three children also injured and then about thirty minutes later another accident a woman hit by a car in the parking lot of McGuire's bar and grill that woman that flooded to tufts Medical Center with injuries to her legs a member of the Holy Cross women's rowing team injured in a crash in Florida the claimed the life of a teammate has been released from the hospital senior Megan Moriarty from old Lyme Connecticut released on Thursday five other members of the team and a coach remain in a hospital grace read a sophomore from Oxbridge died in that crash Wednesday in vero beach one day after her twentieth birthday a body for found in the Merrimack River yesterday morning the Middlesex district attorney says it is Susan will land of Chelmsford who was reported missing back on the twentieth of December knoll foul play is indicated it's cold here it's not cool weather but the kind of Braintree is looking forward to having their own WBZ's can talk with reports that after decades of delays the town finally granting the wishes of a resident who died decades ago fifty seven years after tugboat captain August Peterson bequeathed money to Braintree to build a swimming pool in his neighborhood work has finally begun on the project on the grounds of the high school we have a shovel in the ground we have the permit being executed we're really looking forward to its completion mayor Charles cook chorus says over the years the project faced opposition litigation studies and changes in design plans he says the final design has the pull being housed in an indoor complex this particular project will provide to swimming pool as promised to captain Peterson's family in addition to that there will be two getting ranks the complex will also feature in indoor synthetic turf field no word on how long it will take to complete the work Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio new documents released that could mean trouble for a New England congressional candidate we'll get to that story coming up check the roads at nine oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is one of rock good morning to you Charlie we've got delays on the south shore this morning ball signed to Bruce freezing delays in the hand over area this is due to utility work with occasionally the highway being temporarily blocked with work on those overhead wires so that's what's happening on route three both ways and that's why it's bunched up north bound starting around the north river coming out of the Pembroke Norwell area and it is slow going up toward sieve fifty three in Hanover at the southbound side is sluggish after two twenty eight in Rocklin down towards fifty three in Hanover also watch occasionally the ramps from fifty three to route three will be closed as well that'll be going on until about ten o'clock they should be wrapping up twenty four ninety five okay to and from Rhode Island no complaints along one twenty eight or the expressway downtown the lower deck say given lever connector fine no problems over the Tobin nor in the airport tunnels north of town three ninety three ninety five look good heading up towards New Hampshire rob Pacolli WBZ's traffic on the freeway I robless check that for day WBZ accu weather forecast Indian divorce says the clouds will increase as we head to about thirty for a high later today snow over spread the area later on this afternoon into tonight and then along the coast it will eventually change to sleep and then to rain however the further west you go more snow more sleep one to three inches of snow and ice in Boston on the south shore and the south coast before we get to the changeover north and west of one twenty eight could get as much as six inches of snow out of the storm tomorrow clouds windy even don't rule out a flurry and then it gets milder as we get to the forties.

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Court weighs whether Boston Marathon bomber got a fair trial

"Did the Boston Marathon bomber receive an unprejudiced trial when he was convicted back in twenty fifteen WBZ's Charlie Bergeron with the story a federal appeals court in Boston will consider whether Jowhar's are not yet received a fair trial in the same city where the bombs exploded the globe reporting that oral arguments before the first US circuit court of appeals scheduled for Thursday start I have convicted and sentenced to death for carrying out the attack at the marathon finish line back on April fifteenth twenty thirteen with his older brother Tamerlan was killed by authorities three people died more than two hundred sixty were wounded start IVS lawyers argue it was impossible to find a fair jury in Boston because the explosions traumatized in the region they're trying to get his death sentence overturned prosecutors maintain an impartial jury was carefully selected Charlie Bergeron WBZ Boston's news

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"Exclusions may apply may not be combined with other offers offer instead of ember thirty of twenty nineteen rob Paco WBZ's traffic on the three is nice day shaping up intervals of clouds and sunshine it will be milder than yesterday with temps in the low fifties partly cloudy forties tonight and then tomorrow for the same clouds and sun fifty four for a high tomorrow Tuesday the rain it comes back in and enjoy the next couple of days thirty seven degrees sunshine high clouds of Boston this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron and here are the five things you need to know at seven forty five New Hampshire man arrested for pulling a gun on another driver during a road rage incident police in Braintree arresting a man allegedly assaulting a lift driver I juvenile facing assault and theft charges attacking a police officer driving off in a stolen car last night in Worcester a small plane forced to make an emergency landing on route ninety five in Exeter Rhode Island no injuries reported progress on identifying the possible cause of lung illnesses that have been linked to vaping the latest with ABC's Zachary key Chevrolet officials announcing a possible breakthrough involving this severe long illnesses that have been linked to vaping the CDC is zeroing in on a talks in there now calling a strong cold for it for the first time federal officials have identified vitamin E. acetate as a possible cause of that deadly outbreak that has claimed thirty nine lives across twenty four states and the district of Columbia medical marijuana users in Massachusetts on track to regain access to vaping products starting next week after the cannabis control commission did not uphold.

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"Fifty nine degrees cloudy in Boston at ten thirty I'm Charlie Bergeron good morning and here's what's happening. Jane Dorian finally bidding our area very well storm blowing away conditions improving on the Cape pot Dorian still a category one storm winds eighty five miles per hour but moving away from the coast very quickly in about twenty five miles per hour the area hardest hit Cape Cod with tropical force winds plenty of rain earlier this morning let's head to Chatham and check in with WBZ's camac down a cliff morning came. morning Charlie will I've been hanging out with the seals here at the fish here a trio of feel him right up to the pier they came in very close they were all out sticking their heads out of the water looking at bay now there are white capped off shore out beyond the sand bar where those he'll tend to congregate there's been some minor damage in this area. and there are there's been some minor flooding on coastal roads I saw one down three and one ever source crew out making repairs power repairs the good news the rain has stopped and the winds have subsided in Chatham Kent Tomah cliff WBZ Boston with radio I came in at this hour about three hundred fifty customers without power on Cape Cod though that number was significantly higher earlier this morning the areas that were hardest hit a one point Dennis had four hundred forty outages down to about a hundred now and there are other scattered outages throughout the Cape implement three hundred thirty four customers at this hour without power the strongest wind gusts were reported earlier this morning in Provincetown sixty three miles per hour and twenty two flights out of Logan airport cancelled earlier today stay with WBZ radio from start to finish take as long as your day begins on the I heart radio out be happy to keep you abreast of all that is going on with Dorian and so much more in the news today the death toll now forty three as a result of hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas hi I'm Gerry nine for many impacted by Dorian the skies are clearing today but hundreds of thousands of lives have been impacted by disaster and devastation numerous islands in the Bahamas have been flattened CBS's Errol Barnett in Freeport there is no power so places a running on generators that's if they have them there's also no running water we've also been warned that due to the high number of people missing we can expect the death toll to increase significantly forty three known dead there are no estimates of the number of missing CBS's Omar be a front collision Kitty Hawk North Carolina what a difference a day makes twenty four hours ago the wind gusts here at about eighty miles an hour where I'm standing right here in the surf was up to my knees but now Dorian has moved farther.

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"News radio WBZ am thirty if two eighty two degrees in Boston in the sunshine at ten thirty dean devore calling for a mix of sun and clouds warm and humid we'll get to about ninety degrees I'm Charlie Bergeron and here's what's happening police in Methuen arresting Joseph's hand right early this morning wanted in connection with the Friday stabbing death of sixty four year old John Dillon a waiver of Concord New Hampshire the arrest this morning was unrelated to the murder investigation the twenty nine year old alluding police yesterday can write charged with possession of a stolen motor vehicle and receiving stolen property after a fatal hit and run in Charles town on Thursday police in Everett finding a white Ford F. one fifty truck yesterday founded at the intersection of Waverly and Warren streets in Everett that truck may have been involved involved in that hit and run the identity of the victim not released big poppies seven weeks in the hospital finally released that's fantastic there is a red Sox fan outside Fenway Park after hearing the David Ortiz was back home after being shot in the back at a bar in the Dominican Republic on June ninth the red Sox were told that Ortiz was released from Massachusetts General Hospital following three surgeries and fans were glad to get some information is in there a long time instead of you know several operations no it's hearing directly from him at all even now with big papi is an icon in Boston having won three World Series titles he embraces Boston and we embrace him Ortiz who's forty three has been home since Friday and will continue his recovery they're taught it to ABC news a frightening explosion on a boat yesterday in Laconia New Hampshire the twenty five foot power boat catching fire forcing six passengers to jump into lake Winnipesaukee the boat had just been re fueled a sixty seven year old man treated for broken ribs two juveniles and one woman okay with minor cuts and bruises damage estimated at thirty thousand dollars Boston mayor Marty Walsh says a drug used to treat opioid overdoses will soon be made available in all.

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