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MIT issues warning about visits from immigration officials

"And my tea is warning international students that federal immigration officials may visit their work sites to verify that their employment is directly related to their studies school officials sent a memo to faculty saying the department of homeland security has been making site visits to employers of foreign students in science technology engineering and math fields immigration officials announced last year that they would begin workplace visits for some students participating in a federal program that allows them to take temporary jobs related to their academic studies other schools a sense similar notices to students in recent months I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston's news

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Easy bus W. X. K. S. F. MHD to Medford and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio seventy one degrees in Boston it's two o'clock I'm Charlie Sherman here's what's happening arcane Dorian makes landfall on elbow cay and many of bass of back goes islands in the bombers we get the latest from CBS's Wendy Gillette powerful hurricane to ever strike northwest Bahamas has made landfall Dorian's wins are hitting one hundred and eighty five miles per hour with gusts topping an incredible two hundred and twenty miles per hour some residents in low lying areas have refused to evacuate Samuel Butler it's with the royal Bahamas police force if you do not heed the warning based on our analysis the best experience very hot we know that and could be fatal ask you the bag you we plead with you to get to a place of safety the hurricane is expected to linger over the Bahamas for a couple days then move towards the US president trump spoke at a meeting at FEMA headquarters we spent much of the eastern seaboard will be ultimately impacted and some of the very very soon twenty July CBS news Dorian is forecast to turn north and west and could come very near Florida or make landfall there sometime in the next few days Florida's governor on the Santa song the storm's force Florida's had one hurricane I in our history the Labor Day hurricane of nineteen thirty five that reach at that level and that was total total destruction so that the strength of this storm cannot be underestimated on ABC's this week acting secretary of homeland security Kevin mac lean then my clean and was asked about president trump's planned to take emergency funding for the border wall major disaster fund has twenty five billion dollars and it's a hundred fifty five million dollar transfer from the base funds is not can affect our ability to to respond to recover for a major disaster in other news a deadly mass shooting in Texas yesterday this one in the cities of Odessa and Midland the gunman is dead the police chief in Odessa says the seven people killed in the rampage range in age from fifteen to fifty seven but he adds a motive for the shootings remains unclear it all started when troopers pulled over gold colored sedan in the driver fired at police through the back window and took off he killed at least seven injured more than twenty including a young girl ABC's Matt Gutman is on the ground in Odessa government used the highways and streets of the cities as his killing fields when Saddam defeat Alaska's and husband Josiah at one point on the road just behind the suspect about four or five now my husband's with me and we see these windows just shot out of these vehicles all around as last year's watch for these people rush to help this seventeen.

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02:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Thirty. I'm Charlie Sherman. Our top story trial is underway in Salem superior court for a Lawrence teenager accused in a heinous death of another Lawrence teen for the latest. We're joined by WBZ's Karyn regal. Good morning, Charlie. Matthew, Borjas end Lee. Viloria Pollino were both classmates at Lawrence high school Borges was allegedly jealous of the Viloria Pollino says the state in its opening statements ADA the ADA saying that he liked to kill was a text message that the defendants sent to his friends that he attempted to stage a break in to cover up his alleged crime of learning. The late Lee Pollino down to the Merrimack river to smoke pot and then leaving his decapitated body there by the riverbank Lino was missing for well over a week is body found in December of twenty sixteen. However, defense attorney Ed Hayden said none of this is true, text messages and social media messages are being taken out of context. And that the state has no physical evidence to is clients of the crime reporting from Salem superior court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And we'll continue. To follow this case throughout the day here on WBZ. We're learning more about we're learning more as to why notorious Boston mobster James Whitey Bulger was transferred from a Florida penitentiary to a prison in West Virginia where he was beaten to death within hours of his arrival. We get the latest from WBZ's Mike Macklin Whitey Bolger was beaten to death in his cell with a lock wrapped in a sock within hours after arrival at the Hazelton federal prison in west Virginia's very facility, Richard health and employees in union reputation says Bolger ask to be placed in the prison. General population was put there despite the prisons reputation a lot of times mates. They're being stabbed mustache or assaulted. Must staffer stat. Bulge was sent to Hazleton after he suffered chest pains. At a Florida prison and refused to see it outside doctor threatening nurse. The former warden of the Florida prison. He was moved from tells NBC news he thinks Bolger wanted to die. By bulges, killing remains, a mystery Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's NewsRadio to Massachusetts district attorneys are suing the federal immigration and customs enforcement agency. We have that story coming your way..

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03:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Charlie Sherman has the safety message from the US postal service in the interest of safety and security, dozens of collection boxes will be temporarily. Shut down for the race. The blue boxes have been sealed in won't reopen until Wednesday. The affected boxes are located in Hopkinton Ashland framingham. Natick. Wellesley Newton Brookline and Boston other collection boxes in those communities that aren't along the runners route will remain available to postal customers collection boxes near the finish line on boylston street will be removed. I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ? Boston's NewsRadio morning five eighteen already. Fifty degrees in Boston so much warmer than we thought just a few days ago for the Boston marathon today, but still we'll be dealing with showers. Some of them heavy at times and some moving right into the area right now. Well after spending a weekend at the bargaining table. No deal yet for striking stop and shop workers last Thursday. Thirty one thousand workers walked out on the job after to go. She's between the two sides came to a stalemate over pension and health benefits. They're back at this weekend and expected to be back at it again today as well. What's in a name? Well, if you're trying to run a business and you're looking for a trademark you may want to avoid a certain four letter combination. Because now the supreme court is involved companies called well, spelled F U C T and they try to trademark their name. But the US patent office said, Nope, they base their decision on his scandalous clause, which gives them the right to bar protections of marks that would be too scandalous or immoral but the artists. Erik Brunetti who tried to trademark his clothing company argues that century old clause is unconstitutional, and violates the first amendment the decision is now to the highest court in the land you will hear arguments, and ultimately decide if that one little word, or at least what sounds like it is trademark worthy. Serena Marshall ABC news Washington violent weekend, especially Saturday night here in Boston where police now are searching for suspects in two separate shootings. Two people killed after multiple shots were fired on violent street and Madda pan. It is the second deadly incident in that community in a week officials have not released a motive for the crime. No suspects are in custody as of yet and endorsed Chester. A bullet narrowly misses a couple sleeping in their bed on Westville street in Dorchester to incidents, not to believe to be related in Springfield police officer in that city recovering after he was shot early yesterday morning officer, Edwin Ariza took two bullets in the arm. Outside the Aquarius nightclub on State Street. Kenneth Hernandez of Springfield arrested in connection with the shooting officials. Expect more arrests on the way. Well, this one's a head scratcher police in Mississippi trying to hash out a mashed potato mystery of mashed potatoes have been phone on Portuguese mailboxes and even on top of cars in the Belle haven area of Jackson one residents of the neighborhood has known to do quirky things. But this is by far the weirdest. Another said some people were concerned that the potatoes might have been poisoned to kill animals. Mont? Neighbor say the police aren't involved yet because the prank appears to be harmless. I'm Mark Mayfield. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio.

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03:21 min | 1 year ago

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"In Boston. Two thirty. I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ news. And our top story after meeting with democratic leaders to discuss the ongoing federal government shutdown President Trump along with vice President Mike Pence and other Republican leaders headed outside to the rose garden where they are still conducting a meeting and press conference talking about the meeting today that was held with democratic leaders about the shutdown president also talking about another wide range of topics. They remarks followed other remarks that were held by house speaker Nancy Pelosi here to put it all in line for you is CBS news CBS news special. Our meeting at the White House produce no deal on border, wall, funding or reopening? The government house speaker Nancy Pelosi security will suffer resolve this issue. President Trump confirmed that he told democratic leaders he's willing to keep parts of the government closed for months or even years in the rose garden a short time ago. Mr. Trump said, it's an important issue. We want five point six billion dollars very strongly because numbers of thrown around one point six two point one two point five. This is national security. We're talking about we're not talking about games. The president said they will continue the work to resolve the stalemate. We're going to be meeting. I've designated a group, and we're going to be meeting over the weekend that group to determine what we're going to do about the border CBS news special report, I'm Pam Coulter. And we'll continue to follow the president's remarks, which are still ongoing in the rose garden at the White House. Here in Massachusetts, the shutdown affecting roughly fifty thousand federal workers who currently furloughed many will continue to work without pay including Transportation Security Administration, employees and customs and border patrol agents at Logan airport. The partial shutdown has also affected several local attractions. Fifteen national parks have closed buildings which can mean no bathrooms or trash pick up the JFK library that's closed as is much of the Charlestown navy yard. But the museum of African American history. The old south meeting house, the old state house and Paul reveres house are all open. Cambridge police are asking for your help as they look for killer or killers of a man who battered whose battered body was found in a public park WBZ's Mike Macklin has the latest victim sixty year old Paul Wilson lived on Sherman street at the edge of Dennehy park and frequently walked in the park. He was founded about seven Wednesday evening suffering from blunt force, trauma and dodge. Shortly after being rushed to a hospital. Neighbors like Jean who regularly walks in the park was stunned by the news God we're out here. All the time. I I'm afraid to come here. I come every day. It's terrible. Police found a baseball bat nearby. But aren't sure it was the murder weapon? Neither do they know whether Wilson who stood six feet six inches tall may have been targeted or was the victim of a random attack in Cambridge Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news station..

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02:36 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Charlie Sherman. Here's what we're following. No end in sight. It is day number fourteen of the government shutdown. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, speaking to reporters outside of the White House was asked if the shutdown could last for months, president is willing to do what it takes to make sure that we protect the people in this country. And he's going to continue to fight for that. As the shutdown drags on too. Republicans who are up for reelection in twenty twenty a breaking ranks in the Senate ABC's. Serena Marshall reports from Capitol Hill like the partial government shutdown heading into its third week to Republicans breaking ranks with their party senators Collins from Maine, telling her home state paper, quote, icy no reason why the bills that are ready to go and on which we've achieved an agreement should be held hostage to this debate over border security. Her words echoing those of Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado who told ABC news negotiations on border security should occur quote when the government is fully open. They're unlikely to sway the majority leader, however to bring up those democratic led bills, both senators are up for reelection in two thousand twenty and states. Mr. Trump lost. Serena Marshall ABC. News the capitol. There has been some pushback from Democrats on Capitol Hill following new calls for impeachment of President Trump for members of their own party sworn into congress yesterday this morning on Capitol Hill. Congressman Gerry Conway weighed in is. And this kind of newly elected congresswoman Rashida to leave a Michigan. Democrat tweeted today that she will always speak truth to power in response to the controversy over her using profanity to say that President Trump should be impeached here in Massachusetts, the partial shutdown has affected several local attractions, fifteen national parks of closed buildings which can mean no bathrooms or trash pick up the JFK libraries closed as is much of the Charlestown navy yard. But the museum of African American history. The old south meeting house, the old state house and Paul reveres house are all open the State Department issuing a travel advisory for China, they travel the level to warning is urging Americans to use increased caution and cities arbitrary enforcement of local laws, including exit bands that can be imposed without warning. And that could last for years. To keep US citizens from leaving similar travel warnings are in effect for Russia. France, Italy and the United Kingdom because of the risk of terrorism coming up the state's highest court rules for a former WPI women's softball player..

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Charlie Sherman. Here's what's happening. With yesterday swearing in ceremony. And Capitol Hill, the Democrats now have control of the house as ABC's. Serena Marshall reports the work begins today and topping the agenda are some big ticket items plans unveiled their first big ticket legislative package today on Capitol Hill, a catch all Bill on government ethics and house. Democrats say it will dramatically strengthen US democratic institutions and traditions through automatic voter registration moving redistricting power from the state legislatures to an independent commission as well as close a loophole on a ban on conflicts of interest that the president has said in the past doesn't cover presidents. They also included a requirement for presidential candidates to make their tax returns public the largely symbolic Bill is likely to go nowhere. However as the Republican led Senate would be unlikely to pass it and the president unlikely to sign it. Serena Marshall, ABC news capitol. The one hundred sixteenth congress is the most diverse in our nation's history with over one hundred women among them are the first native American congresswoman the first two Muslim Americans. A record number of LGBT members. We get more from ABC political director recline, they feel like they have been sent here for particular purposes. Maybe they're not the same purpose, but they feel like they haven't been here to to perpetuate a status quo that they don't have much of a stake in and I think to have this young energetic, vibrant, dynamic new new majority on the democratic side it matters. And I think it's going to make for some governing challenges for house speaker Nancy Pelosi, but I think it's also going to bring a tremendous amount of energy to the Democrats included in this historic group of representatives are a pair of locals, here's WBZ's. Ben parker. In addition to re elected members of congress. Some new covers took their office on Thursday one of them. Boston's on a Presley elected to represent the set of congressional district and the first black woman elected to represent the state in Washington. Presley spoke about the diversity in congress calling it heartening that we're getting closer to a more Representative democracy and says what's important to her has not changed now that she's in DC, I plan on keeping equity and Justice. The center every decision that I made the seventh congressional district is the most diverse unequal district in our delegation. Arguably one of if not the most intercountry Trahan from the third congressional district was also sworn in on Thursday. Ben Parker WBZ Boston's NewsRadio.

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Forty two degrees at eleven thirty. I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ news. Here's what's happening. No end in sight. It is day number fourteen the government shutdown. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, speaking to reporters outside of the White House was asked if the shutdown could last for months, president is willing to do what it takes to make sure that we protect the people in this country. And he's going to continue to fight for that as the shutdown drags on too. Republicans who are up for reelection in twenty twenty you're breaking ranks in the Senate ABC's. Serena Marshall reports from Capitol Hill the partial government shutdown heading into its third week to Republicans breaking ranks with their party. Senators. Susan Collins from Maine, telling her home state paper, quote is he no reason why the bills that are ready to go and on which we've achieved an agreement should be held hostage to this debate over border security. Her words echoing those of Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado who told ABC news that goes on border security should occur quote when the government is fully open. They're unlikely to sway the majority leader, however to bring up those democratic led bills, both senators are up for reelection in two thousand twenty and states. Mr. Trump lost. Serena Marshall ABC news the capitol here in Massachusetts, the partial shutdown has affected several local attract. Fifteen national parks closed buildings which can mean, no bathrooms or trash pickup. JFK library is now closed as is much of the Charlestown navy yard. But the museum of African American history. The old south meeting house, the old state house and Paul reveres house all remain open during the shutdown after days of bad news from Wall Street. Finally, some good news on the economy. More than three hundred thousand jobs were created last month. TD Ameritrade chief market strategist, j Kenna hand says the healthcare food service construction and manufacturing sectors were the primary contributors to last month's hiring the real sort of gems if you will in the report is the fact that we saw so many people leave jobs voluntarily over the last couple of months surface. You may say that's a bad thing. But what it usually means is a lot of confidence in the economy and Wall Street is happy. The Dow is up more than five hundred points. So far today. The State Department issuing a travel advisory for China the travel to the level two warning is urging Americans to use increased caution and cities arbitrary enforcement of local laws, including exit bands that can be imposed without warning. And that could last for years to keep US citizens from leaving similar travel warnings are in effect for Russia, France, Italy and the United Kingdom because of the risk of terrorism. Many new faces on Capitol Hill as the new congress gets to work. We have that story. Just ahead..

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

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"New year. I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ news. Here's what's happening. One person is dead after crashing or car into a Fall River apartment complex and igniting a blaze it happened around nine forty five this morning at the four wins apartments on north main street in Fall River significant damage can be seen on the exterior of the three story building and the fire is still raging at this hour firefighters sounded an evacuation horn and vented the roof of the building. The Red Cross on the scene there assisting residents who've been displaced WBZ's. Karyn regal is on her way to the scene in Manchester England, a terror investigation is underway following a stabbing a New Year's Eve at a railway station. Witnesses say a man shouting in Arabic stabbed three people, including a British transit police officer chief constable Ian Hopkins of the Greater Manchester. Police says the suspect suspect was taken into custody at the scene says take with incredible bravery in tackling the armed attacker at the busy Metrolink station and ensured he was immediately detained he remains in custody hearing, Manchester attack happened very close to the Manchester arena. That's where a two thousand seventeen concert bombing left. Twenty two people did the first slaying in Boston After a violent New Year's Eve man shot in Johnston. Rhode after leaving a party in Dorchester last night has died. A woman was stabbed on Clarkson street. Endorse Chester and a person with a gunshot wound into the hip went to the hospital on his own no word on their conditions at this time. There were also reports of shots fired on Mariposa street. But no victims were found there of destiny and struck in Jamaica plain on south street near Forest Hills. A woman was injured in a hit and run on boylston street. And another woman was also the victim of a hit and run that one on Dartmouth street. No word on their conditions. There have been no arrests in any of those incidents. Updating you on a story we've been following WBZ news has learned that a fugitive in Fitchburg has turned himself in at the Fitchburg police department. He was arrested without incident. The suspect led police on an hours long standoff and chase yesterday afternoon and into the night. Police cordoned off an area around summit street in Fitchburg believing Sanderson Cuevas was there later in the afternoon, they discovered he was not a bad address. They went through a second address near Massachusetts avenue.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"News sponsored by Westwood furniture. I'm Charlie Sherman. Here's what's happening. President Trump was busy on Twitter yesterday firing off barbs at Democrats as talks to end the week long partial government shutdown remained at a stalemate. There's plenty of blame. But no solution. So partisan standoff that has idled hundreds of thousands of federal workers on voting. There's no sign of a break to end the partial federal government shutdown now in its second week this weekend or before New Year's so preparations are now underway here to close some of the most popular museums in the world, those of the Smithsonian and the national zoo hang up remains President Trump's insistence on billions of dollars for the border wall that Mexico is not paying for and congressional democratic insistence on not voting for that wall construction money. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. The president has remained at the White House after cancelling vacation through his private club. Mar-a-lago down in Florida navy veteran and Boston city. Counselor. Ed Flynn wants the Boston city council to hold a hearing to ensure Boston's vets are not neglected during the partial government shutdown WBZ's. Karyn regal reports federal department of veteran affairs is not one of the unfunded departments hit by this partial government shutdown. It's up and running housing and urban development known as HUD is however affected by the partial shutdown. Now, we've heard from some vets who are concerned that benefits for veterans housing administered by HUD may be questionable. But the VA says that is not the case and those programs are fully funded counselor Ed Flynn himself, a navy vet wants the council to look into the matter. Just to be sure all of Boston's veterans are taking care of Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Well, if you follow Warren on Twitter, you might have noticed a little change in her Twitter handle overnight at the start of last night. Her handle was at Elizabeth for M A, but later in the evening, it was changed to at e Warren this immediately sparked speculation of two thousand and twenty run for president Warren was reelected to a US Senate seat in November when she defeated challenger Geoff Diehl in September, she was quoted as saying that after November sixth. She would take a hard look at running for president the campaign office for Warren did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the change. In her Twitter handle US flags will return to full staff on Monday following the thirty day period of lowering to half staff to honor the passing of former President George Hw Bush as has been a long-standing tradition since president Dwight D Eisenhower outlined guidelines for lowering the flag back in nineteen fifty four the flag shall remain. In at half staff for thirty days following the death of a former or current president after the deadly collapse of the Genoa bridge.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Charlie Sherman. WBZ news our top story. Former President Barack Obama stirs up Democrats for the November elections at the university of Illinois yesterday CBS's Steve Futterman, says the next stop is California. The former president will be on the campaign trail here in California today. Mr Obama will appear alongside seven Democrats running in key congressional districts in the state. This will Mark the beginning of his efforts to help Democrats in the midterm elections. Mr. Obama's also expected to campaign and several other states, including Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Ohio. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Los Angeles. Obama was in the land of Lincoln, President Trump stops to talk to the press before a rally in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The president had a few things to say about the anonymous White House staffer op Ed that was. Published by the New York Times this past week people that either I don't like or respect, but they're there because in some cases, they have to be governmentally, meaning they're protected. You know, we have a lot of people that are protected and a lot of people call those people bad names, but I thought of two or three or four people Mr. Trump says he also liked attorney general Jeff Sessions to investigate and uncover the identity of the senior administration official who penned the peace. Meanwhile, back in Washington, the Trump campaign adviser who started the whole Russia investigation sentenced to fourteen days in prison on Friday before sentencing him, the judge accused George Papadopoulos of placing his own interests above those of the country. His defense lawyer Thomas Breen says his client was only trying to serve the.

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Explosive wildfire shuts Calif. freeway, burns abandoned rigs

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Explosive wildfire shuts Calif. freeway, burns abandoned rigs

"Twenty and Redding, California and explosive wildfire closes down a major freeway only weeks after a nearby blaze killed eight people and left neighborhoods. In ruins the delta fire erupted yesterday and within hours devoured, nearly eight square miles on both sides have interstate five near the Oregon line about seventeen. Big rigs were abandoned at least four caught fire a forty five mile section of I five remains closed. This morning officials are investigating the

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President Donald Trump goes after AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka on Labor Day

WBZ Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

President Donald Trump goes after AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka on Labor Day

"President. Trump started his Labor Day with an attack on a top. Union leader in a tweet this morning the president said. That AFL CIO president Richard Trumka. Represented his union, poorly on television this weekend he added it is easy to see why, unions are doing so poorly a damn Trumka appeared on Fox News Sunday where he said efforts to, overhaul the North American Free trade. Agreement. Should include Canada he also, said of Trump the things. That he's done to hurt workers outpace what. He's done to help workers Trump then touted the. Economy saying our country is doing. Better than ever with record unemployment that is the record employment at record lows the unemployment. Rate of three point nine percent is not at the best point ever. It is near the lowest in eighteen

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The remarkable life and times of Senator John McCain

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The remarkable life and times of Senator John McCain

"Four day March. To the Smith and Wesson headquarters in Springfield they're expected to take a demonstra stage demonstration outside a gun manufacturers. Offices later today right around, midday union employees Walt DisneyWorld will be voting next month on a proposal to raise the starting minimum wage from. Ten to fifteen dollars an. Hour by the year twenty. Twenty, one they deal covers about half? Of a seventy thousand workers or, Landau park and, Rhode Island hospital is getting a twelve million dollar grant to establish. A research center on. Opioids back to our top. Story this morning. Senator John McCain a Vietnam war hero with more, than thirty five years. Of public service has died

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03:17 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Charlie Sherman, WBZ news our top story President. Trump warning of dire consequences, if he's impeached CBS news. Update impeachments the president's speculate I don't know how you can pick somebody who's done a great job I'll tell you what if I. Ever got a piece I, think the market would crash. I think everybody would be very poor Trump on FOX CBS's major Garrett It is. Not a live wire now but it is if Democrats win in, the midterms of. Much bigger concern political analyst Leonard Steinhorn there's now a cloud over this president he's clearly worried the Muller investigation is advancing Michael coons guilty. Plea Paul manafort's verdict these are all wearing the president because he, sees the walls closing in on either himself or, the people close to, him about the assertion, impeachment could mean a market crash. Crash from President Obama left office and if President Trump leaves. Office for whatever. Reason businesses will still thrive consumers will still, buy and the market will do fine as long as the economic fundamentals stay strong CBS news update I'm Jim Taylor President Trump is calling out his former lawyer Michael Cohen saying that he flipped after Cohen told the court, that Trump instructed into break campaign. Finance laws by directing him to make hush money payments, to two women alleging that they'd. Had affairs with then candidate Trump ABC's senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega Says. The president is still standing behind his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who has now. Been convicted of Bank fraud but yet to strike a deal with prosecutors president seems to be walking pretty fine tight rope when it comes. To Paul Manafort and this new FOX interview he also said that, he didn't know him that well when of course, Paul Manafort rose to, the highest ranks of, the president's campaign running the Republican. National convention he was also asked directly about the possibility of. A pardon since. He clearly seems to be gearing up for, one giving all of his kind words for Paul Manafort in the wake of his conviction the president's answer I have great respect for what he has done in terms of what he has gone through it seems that he, is clearly not ruling out yet Dozens of students they are Fifty miles between Worcester and Springfield making their way to the them Smith. And Wesson The protest gun violence among, the marches is David Hogg he's a survivor of the school, shooting in parkland Florida which took place. This past February months after shootings in Texas and Florida claimed the, lives of, twenty three of the hot button issue revolves around arming school personnel ABC's Jim Ryan in Dallas says a new voices entered the, debate while. Some states debate the wisdom of arming teachers at. All for Texas governor Greg Abbott the question is how many. Teachers should be armed what's more is not always a schoolteacher could be. A, coach it could be an administrator could be anybody. Who works in that school now Abbott might, get help in paying for the weapons the New York Times reports that education secretary Betsy. DeVos is looking at a plan to use, federal funds, to buy, firearms for educators it would be a I in, US history Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas governor Charlie Baker in Springfield at this hour he's touring the new casino there we'll have that.

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Top North Korean and U.S. diplomats exchange pleasantries and barbs

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

Top North Korean and U.S. diplomats exchange pleasantries and barbs

"And home I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ. News our top story the US department says. President Trump's replied to North Korean leader Kim Jong UN's latest letter has been handled over to the North's top diplomat the response was given to north Korean Foreign Minister re Yung ho at an Asian security forum taking place in Singapore where both re and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo briefly shook hands and exchange pleasantries Pompeo says. Washington has become aware of reports that Russia has been allowing for joint ventures with North Korean firms and granting new work permits for. North Korean. Guest workers actions, that if. True could be a. Violation of the u UN Security Council. Resolution Twenty-three dash seventy-five expect the Russians and all countries to abide by the UN Security Council resolutions. And enforce sanctions on North Korea Pompeo says a nuclear-free North. Korea remains a top priority for the, United States eighteen. People are dead after a, helicopter crash in. Siberia earlier this morning the Russian airline UT air says the, helicopter's blades collided with another aircraft that had taken off earlier this morning in. Vancouver that's above the Arctic circle about. Sixteen hundred miles northeast of Moscow there were fifteen passengers and three crew members aboard the second helicopter landed safely the. Helicopter that crashed was manufactured in twenty ten. And the, pilot had nearly six thousand hours of experience including twenty three hundred as a captain the wife of a former US marine is left the country after facing deportation orders from immigration officials Alejandra wire is returned to me Mexico after an. Emotional farewell at Orlando international airport immigration and customs enforcement had been monitoring her since. A traffic stop in two thousand thirteen democratic congressman Darren Soto was among those at the airport offering support her husband team served. In the marines in Iraq North Africa while she was at home on the. Home front raising two lovely young.

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World Cup 2018 final: France 4-2 Croatia – as it happened

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

World Cup 2018 final: France 4-2 Croatia – as it happened

"Charlie sherman he's in the ace hticket dot com sports studio charlie all right thank you garo well it is all over in moscow the world cup now belongs to france the france wins it by a final score of four to two they went up one nothing croatia would even at one one but france would score couple of unanswered goals three answered goal unanswered goals croatia added one more before it ended but france wins at four to two they are celebrating enga power red sox and blue jays wrapping up their four game series hand well is the first half of the season down at fenway park red sox have just scored three more runs to break a two two tie brian johnson started for the socks against the blue jays marcus stroman socks leading that one by a score of five to two in cleveland the yankees and the indians are all tied up at two in the sixth inning all star games right around the corner mookie betts jd martinez mitch moreland craig kimbrel and chris sale all headed for the all star game who will get the start well his alex alex cora's thoughts severino you got sell i don't know how he's going to work this weekend but obviously he's going to be arrested one in is not gonna hurt him actually he's going to benefit us the all star game is tuesday in washington dc at wimbledon earlier today novak djokovic won his fourth men's title six two six two seven six over kevin anderson the serb has waited more than two years for his thirteenth grand slam title with his previous victory coming and the two thousand sixteen french open in golf bart brian scott mccarron and jeff maggert are tied atop the leaderboard at the senior players championship michael kim leads the john deere classic and brooke henderson.

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Stephan Kaufman, Boston and Alfie Boe discussed on

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Stephan Kaufman, Boston and Alfie Boe discussed on

"Model comedian jay leno owner j garage is antiquated some interesting wheels he can bring lamborghinis and ferraris if you want it'll be regular people with cars they've modified in some way to make some a faster or more interesting are better looking leno says the car hobby is stronger than ever there's something new and hot wheel stephan kaufman cbs news the boston pops is kicking off it's two thousand eighteen season this week it opens on wednesday with pop artists andy grammer later in the month british singer alfie boe will perform heads from paying floyd along with queen the who the rolling stones and led zeppelin and pop singer superstar taylor swift she paid a surprise visit to an eight year old girl at a phoenix hospital the girl has been recovering from severe burns as she suffered at neighborhood party the girl's family made a video asking taylor swift if she could come for a visit sends a girl was going to miss swift's concert next week well taylor swift made it happen she stayed for about twenty minutes and saying the girl the boston celtics pull off a stunning playoff win in overtime last night wbz's charlie sherman we'll have that story for.

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Human Rights Watch asks Dubai's ruler about runaway daughter

02:51 min | 2 years ago

Human Rights Watch asks Dubai's ruler about runaway daughter

"Wbz newsradio ten thirty and wbz news time seven twenty six new court filings reveal a plot to execute a former new england mafia boss using a remote control plane rigged with explosives that was during the nineteen nineties documents filed ahead of the may ninth murder trial of francis cadillac frank salami included 2016 sixteen fbi report detailing the alleged scheme the report says mob enforcer kevin hanrahan plan to fly in explosiveladen plane into salam as home in sharon he also wanted to detonate a suitcase with explosives at a restaurant in providence frequented by rhode island mobster luigi baby shacks manako saw salomon codefendant paul redick are accused of killing boston nightclub owner and federal witness stephen dasaro whose remains were found in providence in two thousand sixteen there are new details about the abduction of a newborn at a florida hospital decades ago at her sentencing hearing friday gloria williams testifying that you put baby kamara in a bag and worried that she would be caught she's also begging for the parents forgiveness abc's eva pilgrim tells us what's next rank can't take a baby gloria williams claims he was in an abusive relationship depressed after a miscarriage when he walked out of that maternity ward with chameleon mobely now get caught the new it that secret would catch up with williams nearly two decades later told us last year she still loved williams he loved me for eighteen years prosecutors arguing the abduction was a selfish act williams told her true identity shortly before her arrest after realizing come i couldn't get a driver's license without a valid birth certificate or social security card human rights watch is asking dubai's ruling sheikh to reveal the whereabouts of his daughter after a french expi and others say she fled the marin only to be arrested off the coast of india the organization says that dubai silence on sheikha latifa bint mohammed al maktoum could qualify as an enforced disappearance to buy declined to comment publicly about sheikha latifa since the associated press reported in april on her disappearance the human rights watches middle east director says that emirates authorities should immediately reveal the whereabouts of the girl confirmed her status and allow her to contact the outside world wbz news time is seven twenty eight right now we've got fifty eight degrees partly cloudy skies in boston wbz's charlie sherman is up next he'll have the extended forecast and all the top stories the new.

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Dozens suffocate in suspected chemical weapon attack in Syria, opposition says

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

Dozens suffocate in suspected chemical weapon attack in Syria, opposition says

"Furniture good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news our top story at this hour according to syrian state media syrian rebels have agreed to leave duma a suburb of damascus just hours after an alleged chemical gas attack killed at least forty people and injured hundreds more the chemical attack is not confirmed the syrian observatory for human rights says another forty people were killed in buildings that collapsed during the attack serious forces attacked the rebels and after a ten day negotiation collapsed on friday cbs news national security correspondent david martin says the trump administration has warned the assad regime not to use chemical weapons bill after previous reports of gas attacks on the damascus suburb of gouda defense secretary mattis said quote it would be very unwise for them meaningless syrian regime to use weaponized is gas and i think president trump made that very clear early in his administration that was a very obvious reference to the cruise missile attack last april in which the us maybe launch sixty cruise missiles against the syrian air base in retaliation for a sarin gas attack against a rebelheld village in reaction to the reports of the gas attack president trump tweets president putin russia and iran are responsible for backing quote animal assad unquote mr trump also took a shot at former president obama in another tweet if president obama had crossed his stated red line in the sand the syrian disaster would've ended long ago animal assad what have been history a shooting in brockton last night leaves one man dead it's the third shooting in the past thirty six hours wbz's charlie sherman has that story and police responded to woodland avenue around ten o'clock last night that's where they located a car with several bullet holes in the windshield victim crashed his vehicle into a tree after being shot police described him as a twenty four year old male who was suffering from several gunshot wounds he was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead state police detectives assigned to the plymouth county district attorney's office and brockton police are investigating the.

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Governors could be powerless to deny Trump troop request

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

Governors could be powerless to deny Trump troop request

"The news watch never stops wbz news time seven o'clock good morning we have overcast skies and thirty seven degrees in boston temperature going up to a high of forty seven today traffic and weather together coming up i'm charlie sherman wbz news our top story four hundred national guard troops from arizona and texas heading to the mexican border in response to president trump's directive the president has called for up to four thousand troops to prevent illegal immigration and drug trafficking we get more from kbc kcbs televisions dave ryan troops will provide reconnaissance operational and logistic support and will construct border infrastructure according to the associated press former arizona governor jan brewer says the guard will be a great help at the border they can be the is in the years of the border patrol they go off and cherry picker type and they can see down the border the governors of california and new mexico have so far not announced they'll participate in the national guard border support mission texas will be sending two hundred and fifty troops by monday while arizona says it's sending one hundred and fifty next week new hampshire governor chris sununu says his state has been contacted regarding the deployment of national guard troops from the grand state to the mexican border and the republican governors office is not saying whether they would comply with the request a spokesman for governor sununu said sending troops will depend on the details of the specific request he is the first republican governor not to publicly take a stand on the plan federal reserve chairman jerome powell says some business executives have begun to express concerns to fed officials about the.

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"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the wbz newsroom oblast of winter it hit the southern part of the country first now it's here snow falling throughout the region a winter storm warning in effect until seven am tomorrow a truck hauling more than five thousand live chickens overturns on interstate eighty four in connecticut president trump's are trump arrives in mississippi doubt open a civil rights museum some black leaders including congressman john lewis are boycotting the event saying the president has sown racial division instead of harmony president trump says he's supporting alabama candidate roy more because republicans can't afford to lose his seat in the closely divided senate abby philip reports the president tweeted his endorsement this morning he sat a big contingent of very enthusiastic roy more fans at the rally last night we can't have a police show schumer democrat jones in that important alabama senate seat alabama senate runoff election is tuesday amid numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against moore who force has rejected those accusations and aggarwal i'm a woman is facing her third oh you i offence after being pulled over on interstate ninety one driving only 10 miles per hour with missing tir and a crushed traffic cone wedged beneath her car wbz's charlie sherman says there's more to the story once they chop barasch 32yearold arbor god butter she had been drinking she said i don't drink before driving i took a few shots of jameson whisky godbolt later acknowledged i only drink jameson when the trooper had askar how many shots she had hadji replied allott god bout pleaded not guilty in springfield district court oh you i liquor third offence negligent operation failure to stay within marked lanes and leaving the scene of a property damage accident in addition to having won drunk driving conviction god bout is awaiting trial on a second oh you i arrests that took place back in august i'm charlie sherman wbz newsradio 1030 please locate a pickup truck involved in a fatal hit and run last month in shrewsbury the truck was found by an officer on road detail the telegram inc because that reports fifty nine year old alma chico died after being struck while walking along the street shrewsbury police say the owner of the truck who lives in west boils stand was unaware he hit anyone with the suv market dominating auto sales luxury carmakers are looking to.

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"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In boston i'm charlie sherman wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom joe arrested in connection with an attack on an elderly wednesay woman reactions are the attack on a mosque in egypt a royal engagement across the pond burien megan arroyo engagement his in the london air are fourday accu weather forecasts will have a gusty wind on this busy travel day but no rain or snow balanced sunshine temperatures in the 40s and charlie merger on has four upbeat thirdquarter leaves the celtics past the pacers patriots of dolphins bruins at oilers later today and topping are this half hour to people under arrest charged with robbing in assaulting a ninety two year old woman a week ago and quincy under arrest 26yearold kaelin noel brown of quincy and 27yearold marquel crew somerville the woman doris prendra ville was seriously hurt she was assaulted as she returned from our sunday morning walk to buy a newspaper the patriot ledger reports that a good samaritans helped prindiville get back inside her building may have a had been seen walking with a robbery suspect and may have been involved noel browning cruiser both charged with an armed robbery of an elderly person assault and battery on an elderly person in he was scheduled to appear in quincy court tomorrow the held without bail it was a busy otics seen in tewksbury yesterday during a shopping day day after black friday police chase three shoplifting suspects who tried to make off with chain saws from a local home depot police chase the suspects down main street one person was taken into custody quickly a case continued into a neighborhood altima the two men and a woman were arrested all three charged with uh uh sunny nobody was injured the terrorists drove up in five suvs fired into the windows and doors of an egyptian mosque than tossed grenades this was during friday prayer services in sinai peninsula more than three hundred people.

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"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Roxbury for more affordable housing framing him set to become a city the two candidates vying to become framing ham spurs mayor debate the issues today we've got the accu weather forecasts unifil weather for the rest of this day them becoming pretty stormy by late tomorrow ended in sports bruins in celtics bald than action locally in the world series resumes tonight in houston the astros a two two one lead dapa go news or two o'clock of federal grand jury has headed up the first indictment in the investigation into alleged russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election that according to serve rule media reports we get the latest on our top story from cbs' gary nunn bed least one person to said to face charges as part of special counsel robert muller's investigation into meddling in the us election cbs was errol barnet on the story most telling aspect of all of this is the speed at which it's happening special council mullah was only appointed in may and within five months you have the first charges which could potentially be the first round of charges being presented in front of a federal judge that that judge has signed off on several media outlets report chargers are imminent but there's been no confirmation by cbs news the nature names or the charges these are unclear so far trump we going to in pole financial offensive onequarter another well i mean they're serious but it doesn't necessarily affect the white house political analyst larry sabato a federal judge signed then seal the indictments the one person could be taken into custody as early monday cbs news update i'm gary phnom he was governor of massachusetts 'sunday done successful bids for us senator from the base date and for president now we're the mitt romney may give politics another dry wbz's charlie sherman with the latest longtime utah republican senator orrin hatch is reportedly telling friends that he won't seek reelection and three people close to romney have told the boston globe that the former massachusetts governor what explorer run if hatch bowed out romney has a vacation home in new hampshire but sold is home in belmont in is now a resident of utah a prominent utah republican speaking on the condition of anonymity he said mit doesn't do it unless it's in coordination with orrin i'm charlie sherman wbz newsradio 1030 the number of affordable housing units on the rise in.

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"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The fourday wbz accuweather forecast with meteorologist barry bourbon of fog will be slowly lifting and burning off it'll be giving way to a sunny to partly cloudy sky farther inland first and work its way toward the coast but it may linger near the coastline much of the day rather sticky with little or no win high tim your 82 well in the weather is more sunshine but ranging down to near 73 at the coast becoming cloudy tonight with areas of fog especially of the coastal plain low's near sixty three some foggy places tomorrow morning otherwise generally cloudy for most of the day and cooler with some patches of migrating missed and showers not out of the question sixty eight of the costa 74 in sporadic missed in spotty showers in the mall with bands of heavier rain arriving in the afternoon as a win gets gusty you're out of the northeast on tuesday with high temperatures 66 in on wednesday rain may be heavy at times especially near in south of the mass pike northeast winds of thirty to fifty miles per hour south south the pipe possible especially on the south coast to fifteen to thirty miles an hour north of boston i'm wbz tv meteorologist perry bre bank on wbz see newsradio 1030 and right now we're starting to see the sunshine through here in boston and sixty nine degrees a fire on a boat and boston harbor resulted in two people being rescued by the coast guard a man and woman were the only two people on board the thirty foot well craft cabin cruiser which was about a hundred and twenty yards from shaw four between the fish pair and the world trade center about seven o'clock last night it happened initial reports indicated that it was an electrical fire and the the boat became engulfed in flames and sank after the fire was extinguished no injuries were reported i'm charlie sherman wbz newsradio the views expressed in this program do not necessarily the views of this nation do not use.

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"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One the only reason is down nine thirty seventy degrees of boston i'm charlie sherman wbz do want we're following in the wbz newsroom an 18yearold taken into custody in britain there has been an arrest in connection yesterday subway train bombing an early morning fire in the land in goes to three alarms are wbz fourday accu weather forecasts rather murky this morning with some areas of fog through sunshine of takeover very locations from time to time of year is scattered showers and barry jolly bergerow brazil with sports over six hours of baseball all last night in tampa has the red sox outlasted the raids and topping the news there is a halfhour an arrest has been made in connection with yesterday subway train bombing and london one a bomb partially exploded at the parson green station cbs's larry miller has more police say they have arrested an eighteen year old man in the port city of dover in connection with yesterday's bomb attack on a london subway train in which twenty nine commuters were injured scotland yard says it's a significant arrest however for west described as strong investigative reasons further details about the suspect are being withheld they say the investigation continues and this arrest will lead to further police activity apparently police believe the suspect may have been operating with others larry miller cbs news london again an 18yearold man has been arrested in connection with yesterday subway attack in london police call this a significant arrest although the man has not been charged identified the terror threat level remains at critical lynn firefighters called out just after five thirty this morning to ablaze on kingsley terrace the fire quickly went to three alarm several residents had to be rescued over ladders from the threestorey apartment building as smoke in flames filled the hallways on.

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"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"charlie sherman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The umbrella will get a little damp with the bit of rain at times that will be cooler tomorrow clouds break to las son mike riley wbz sports red sox of the west coast against the angels david price on the mound and at the british sharpen it is moving day round three good saturday afternoon here is what's happening topping our news at four thirty an arrest has been made in connection with a grisly murder in brockton wbz's doug cope reports the victim was found in a closet in a third floor apartment on greenstreet in brockton he'd been dead for some time plymouth da tim grew says a woman has been taken into custody they police arrested catherine e a brocton pagrotsky is charged with one count of victory up the murder in the death of prettier give boyfriend joseph yar in fact investigators said was put girsky you done bullies last night at liver the closet where shaw's body was founded been stabbed to death shaws view family had reportedly missing last monday doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 thank you dad well da tim crews has hired a new first assistant district attorney former judge richard seven yano seventy yano prosecuted congressman nicholas nevertheless on corruption charges he was a pointed judge in nineteen eighty six and returned to the the plymouth county d a and 1993 as a second da to manage superior court staff and handle homicide cases progress in the battle against opioids the new hampshire's largest city wbz's charlie sherman has the numbers the city of manchester new hampshire which has been hard hit by the opioid epidemic is starting to see some positive results from their efforts in the war on drugs through the end of last week the number of overdoses during july was forty seven down from eighty one during the same period last year so far this year the total number of overdoses and the queen city stands at four hundred thirty eight compared to four hundred eighty six at this time last year the now number of fatalities down as well at this point in 2016 sixty people died from opioid overdoses this year there have been thirty eight deaths according to the union leader there has been a surge in intakes it's safe stations many of them are not repeat clients but a first time addicts i'm charlie sherman wbz newsroom radio 1030 wbz news time four thirty three that means traffic and weather to gather we begin with a subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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