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01:57 min | 10 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The House will vote today to remove just elected Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments. Congressman Jim McGovern of Worcester is chair of the House Rules Committee. None of us get to decide for the voters who they sent to Congress. But as members of this body and his leaders of this country It is our responsibility to set standards of conduct for those we serve with. That is especially important when somebody crosses the line into violence. The Georgia Republican Taylor Greene has apologized privately to her colleagues. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy condemns the comments made by her butt is not on board with removing Taylor Greene from committee assignments. And ironically, this is a day to come together. President Biden will address the National Prayer breakfast today. This is a tradition that calls on political opponents to set aside their differences for one morning. 6 18 clouds and, yes, some snowfall once again here in Greater Boston. It's 29 degrees in the city hunger reality for many Children during this health crisis, WBC's Chris Mama says there's a new bill on Beacon Hill that hopes to get food to families in need. The bill calls for all Children in all schools to receive free breakfast and free lunches at a time in the Commonwealth when the number of people who aren't sure when their next meal will come, has reached alarming heights in five households with Children, food and secure and of the Children who live in those homes. 27% did not qualify for free or reduced price school meals. Critical problem at a critical time, says Jen Linderman, with Project Bread, which is launched the feed Kids Campaign and support of Universal School meals, which jen believe should be viewed just as any other basic function of schools. A child gets hurt. They go to the school nurse and the family does not need to pay or prove me. They don't put in a co pay for using the textbooks. All of these services critical to learning provided Susan's is part of their school day. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. Just days before the team's second straight Super.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That someone of the public might come forward. Massachusetts Senators Elizabeth Morning Ed Markey among 44 senators seeking the inclusion of supplemental energy funding and this next Cove in 19 relief package. The low income Home Energy Assistance program helps low income households and seniors. Just weeks into the new year, and already we're hearing about the first tax scam of 2021. Some of us may have recently received our W two's, and as it turns out, we weren't the only ones waiting for them to arrive. We are in the season of tax returns and people were going to take advantage of others with any number of scams, the latest of which targets those who plan to file electronically. The scammers will tell them that their taxes have already been filed by an unknown entity and then urge victims to resubmit ASAP to website they Give them revealing all your personal information. Chelmsford Police chief Jim Spinny says Cons from another scheme demand immediate payments, which he says the iris would never do over the phone. So be careful Once you load funds on with an independent Deva card and send it on its way or wire the money. It's gone forever. Chris Mama WBZ, Boston's news radio, and now Andrew Oh, Dave Bloomberg. Are easing back right now. The Dow losing 52 points. NASDAQ still gaining 45. SB 500 right now rising eight. Roughly the same number of stocks moving up as down even as economic reports point to strong hiring by U..

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At this hour. A little bit of sports news, as well as the Celtics were out on the West Coast They take on the Warriors later tonight at 10, and as it's now, 5 16 digging out from this heavy wet snow is gonna be quite a test this morning for the young. The young at heart. WBC's crisp on the handsome tips from a local chiropractor on how to stay pain free from this storm has a chiropractor Dr Brad Weiss has treated his fair share of shoveling injuries commonly little low back many, which can be avoided if we remember to use your knees, not your back when you bend. Dr Weiss has a whole checklist of shoveling dues and donuts all to prevent injury like stretching first pushing snow rather than flinging it off the shovel switching sides to exercise. Ending muscles on the left and the right of the body and hydrating. But should we feel it Tweak, he says. Stop. You could only make what's bad, worse. And if injured cold is the way to go. Many people will think about heat or taking a hot bath. And that's kind of the worst thing you can do when there's pain, especially in the joint or along your spine. Ice is preferred ice reduces inflammation. Chris Mama WBZ, Boston's news radio and WBC's Jeff Brown, joining us live in studio and Jeff, you're coming some of from the hardest hit areas in the states. How was it coming in? Look, I mean, it's not easy. I mean, people in Massachusetts should know this by now. Right? Anytime you get a snow storm, you gotta don't crowd the plow. Stay off the roads. Do the things you're supposed to do to let them, you know, clean up where they should, Um, I will tell you that the the consistency of the snow that has fallen in my neck of the woods on the North Shore. Is like lifting bags of cement. So that's not gonna be good, eh? So we'll take the chiropractor's advice there. But beyond that, I mean, it was a mix of of rain and sleet. And it came down pretty heavily after well after sundown yesterday, because for a while along the shoreline, you're wondering Where's the kaboom? That was yesterday? I'm south of Town. Weymouth Quincy area. It was the same deal. Yesterday afternoon. We had some flurries. And then as I'm going to bed It really stood there. You could really see the heavy, wet snow coming down and it was pretty much the same deal on terms of we didn't have as much as the North shore. But that slush and again Jeff, you said that heavy wet almost dangerously heavy. At times, you could feel it as it's soaking.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fall asleep naturally and wake with no next day grogginess Zeke will pure Z's naturally superior sleep. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes as we sleep tonight, more snow could fall after getting hit pretty hard. Late yesterday into this morning. Another round of some snow showers heavier ones. Possible for tonight in between some Sprinkles or flurries this afternoon. We'll get up in the mid upper thirties that snow tonight into tomorrow morning coastal areas. City area's main get a coating. No intention of some slick spots will keep an eye on that. In the cold air, Really dimes in Friday's temperature's going to stay in the teens and twenties. Real fields are going to be below zero much of that day, and we're watching the storm late Sunday into Monday here in Boston, I thank you with meteorologist seen before WBZ Boston's news radio. Remember the January Thaw? Boy seems like a long time ago. Right now, though, we are warm enough to see that snow turn over to rein in the last hot spots of the precipitation, which was Cape Cod. You might be seeing a raindrop or two along the beach. Otherwise, it looks like the snow has moved on. And guess what The sun is actually glimmering behind the clouds in Boston, Boston getting more than 3.5 inches of snow, some of you nearly getting six inches of snow and speaking of the weather and, of course, the pandemic whether and pandemic. Permitting. The Boston Marathon will run this year on October 11th WBC's Chris Palmer reports. Selecting a date was no easy task. We had to work with cities and towns, state officials and public health officials in order to find a day that could work. And while the 11th is a holiday weekend, and the weather conditions appear conducive, be a CEO Tom Group knows there are some drawbacks that will call one goes after the Chicago No. But the only way we can All right, so the field may be smaller with fewer elite runners. But should the starter's pistol fire he's assured. One element of the marathon will remain unchanged. Crowd of Spectators have been part of the magical and all the way back to 18 97. We need this to be a safe for them as it is the runner Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This to be a safe for them as it is the runner Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. It's 603 some snow on the roadways this morning. Let's check it out right now. Traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Laurie Grandi. Good morning. Well, you know, Jeff, when we have a lot of snow out there, people always make sure they use caution. But sometimes when it's just a little bit of snow there, like okay, totally deal with this, but you can't Because you could get in trouble when there's nothing on the road, so we do have some slippery conditions, especially on the secondary roadways where there's more snow. Keep that in mind out there this morning with the lower temperatures. You wanna watch it on all the on and off ramps and the bridge decks and stuff like that. All right, We got a problem right now. It's a car fire that will warm things up. It's eastbound on the mass pike right by a route night and framing him. Watch out for delays there. Also in and over another crash. Now, this one in the left hand lane 4 95 North bound right by route 28 at some problems as well on the upper end of 1 28. Let's go right to Christa Neck in the WBC news radio road report. But Lori Real, we'll start with the upper into 1 28. Things have been fairly quiet. But you do want to watch out for possible I see spots here on 1 28 years you had a cape and down towards 93 cloverleaf. So it's nearby over on 95, or we've got some trouble. 95 South. The Fire Department's out looking for someone that flew right off the road spot out into the media will see where they end up eventually here once the fire department gets on scene It's up in box for Dara Endicott Road, Christian Act in the WBC news, radio road report. All right, thanks, Kristen. We're still dealing with that situation west of town on to 90 westbound. All three lanes on the left hand side. They're closed off. Only the far right hand lane is getting past a jackknifed tractor trailer by 1 22 and, of course, the situation. Is ongoing because the fire Department has to empty all of the fuel tanks is a fuel spill involved with this, and they won't move it until all of those fuel tanks are empty. So it's gonna be there for some time again. All three lanes are blocked off to 90 west about it. 1 22 Lorry granted WBC's traffic on the three. So the thing about this storm is it's getting a little bit comfortable here in greater Boston, meaning it's going to be hanging around for a while. We're talking about the snow flurries in the snow showers that'll be a feature. Throughout the day today,.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the vineyard north of town. It's 41 in Nashua. Hey, we might know in Boston at 505 still overcast and we're down to 40. Johnson and Johnson, now expected to apply for emergency use authorization for its vaccine in the next few weeks is coming as demand for the shot in the United States exceeds supply. Dr. John Brownstein is an infectious disease expert over at Boston Children's. He says he's not a fan of the plan to delay the second dose of the Madonna and Fizer vaccines. In order to hopefully spread out that supply. The issue is that we've expanded access improved. The groups that had can have access. We changed our policies, and it's all happens in creates new bottle next, so we're not ready for this sort of major rush and Italy is getting ready now to sue Fizer after sudden delays and delivering preordered vaccines to Europe got the medical insane head of at least Corona virus. Vaccine rollout. Domenico, Ala. Cody says government lawyers here are preparing legal action against Visor. It's after the U. S drug company announced delays and delivering pre ordered covert 19 vaccines to Europe. Last week, Fizer said it would temporarily reduce deliveries of the vaccine to Europe and Canada. That's while it upgraded the amount it produced to two billion doses per year at its Belgium plant. Cody said Italy had to cut its daily average of vaccines from 80,000 to 28,000 Meghan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome Carnival Cruises says they're extending their cancelations, now through the 30th of April, comes on the heels of similar moves by Royal Caribbean in Norwegian cruises Carnival also canceling European cruises until the end of October. Company says it is notifying booked guests and offering future credits. Or you can just get a full refund. And speaking of cruises after an off year last year for obvious reasons, ticket sales on the ferry to and from the vineyard and Nantucket well, the ones for vehicles were already through the roof. Reservations of first come first serve, and they have been moving quickly, but it's not as if they're sold out. You got to think of it like this. Everyone can't necessarily go to the Yankees Red Sox games, But you can get Red Sox tickets what Sean Driscoll of the Steamship Authority is saying for those who didn't I understand the analogy, those sort of prime time a trips go first after work on Friday and late Sunday, the noon trips going over for the week of Fourth of July, so the season is off to a good start in cars will be cruising all over the islands. But until we realistically return to what we all considered normal, cautious optimism as much as one complaint and Kobe times, the big question for us will still be those welcome passengers and how much there is an appetite to travel in that manner is Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. And it's 50 Wait. Let's see what the appetite was this week on Wall Street time for Bloomberg business, and Here's Andrew Day. All straight end of the week by mixing it down, lost. 179 NASDAQ gained 12 to a new record has to be 500 lost 12 as worries over new local and state restrictions to help stem Covitz spread overshadowed optimism over strong earnings in more financial pandemic rescue money from Washington. 2019 Popeye's launched its new chicken sandwich, and customers lined up around buildings to get it. This year. Already McDonald's KFC and Shake Shack of announced new chicken sandwiches on the way all that chicken attention is sidelining, at least for now. A different protein plant based meat. An analyst with investment from BT I G has downgraded his rating on stocking beyond meat expecting still study but slower growth in demand. But does anyone listening beyond meat stock rallied 6% today? And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa played WBZ news rays. Were you talking to me? No. I'm just telling election to play WBC news radio on my heart radio, Honey, are you downsizing,.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Going to be feeling cooler than that. Lots of sun, though. And for your Monday we start to see the wind calmed down a bit and high just about 35 or 39. Right now in Fitchburg 44 in Brockton, north of town. It's 41 in Lawrence. Right now in Boston. At 305. It's overcast and 42. Johnson and Johnson now expected to apply for emergency use authorization for its covert vaccine, and this could come within the next few weeks. All this happening is demand for the shot is exceeding supply all over the country and the world. Dr. John Brownstein is an infectious to these expert over at Boston Children's. He says he's not a fan of delaying that required second dose of the five year and Madonna vaccines. In hopes of trying to spread out the supply issues that we've expanded access improved. The groups that had can have access we changed our policies, and this all happens in creates new bottle next, so we're not ready for this sort of major rush. Now. The body administration says its goal is to get 100 Million Americans vaccinated over the 1st 100 days. Nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says that is possibly a realistic goal. Over in Europe. Italy is getting ready to sue Fizer. After sudden delays and getting pre ordered vaccines over to Europe. He died. The Millikan saying the head of it least Corona virus Vaccine rollout. Domenico, Ala. Cody says government lawyers here are preparing legal action against Visor. It's after the U. S drug company announced delays and delivering pre ordered covert 19 vaccines to Europe. Last week, Fizer said it would temporarily reduce deliveries of the vaccine to Europe and Canada. That's while it upgraded the amount it produced to two billion doses per year at its Belgium plant. Cody said Italy had to cut its daily average of vaccines from 80,000 to 28,000, Meghan Williams, ABC News Rome and 307 after a pretty off here last year for obvious reasons. Ticket sales to and from the vineyard end and tuck it for vehicles on the ferries are already through the roof. Reservations of first come first serve, and they have been moving quickly, but it's not as if they're sold out. You got to think of it like this. Everyone can't necessarily go to the Yankees Red Sox games, But you can get Red Sox tickets what Sean Driscoll of the Steamship Authority is saying. For those who didn't understand the analogy, those sort of prime time trips go first after work on Friday and late Sunday, the noon trips going over for the week of Fourth of July, so the season This after a good start in cars will be cruising all over the islands. But until we realistically return to what we all considered normal, cautious optimism as much as one complaint and Kobe times, the big question for us will still be those walk on passengers and how much there is an appetite to travel in that manner. Chris Mama WBZ, Boston's news radio and a different type of cruise on the water, you could say your typical carnival cruise. Many of us just want a vacation right now, but unfortunately, Carnival says it is extending its cancelations through the 30th of April. Today's announcement, coming on the heels of similar moves by Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines, Carnival says it is also canceling European cruises until the end of October. See how we're doing on Wall Street right now. Cruising into Bloomberg Business had 308 by Andrew Andrew Haigh and cruising for a bruising Is the Dow here in the final trading our losing 108 NASDAQ down Rather, NASDAQ is up. 18. SB 500 down five, with more stocks falling that rising housing and manufacturing readings, helping erase some of Wall Street's early slide, While much of the economy grinding to a halt last year, the residential real estate market had its best year in 14 years. National Association of Realtors says US existing home sales unexpectedly tech tire in December A 0.7% where makes the increase. Especially remarkable is the fact that the inventory of homes available for sale stood at an all time low in December, just over one million units. Andro to Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio..

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:25 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Modern is doses spoiled by a freezer problem in the Veterans Administration. We get the latest now from WBC's James RoHaas. He joins us live. Good morning, James. Good morning, So this is all under investigation, but it appears that this is all was is being treated as an accident. A spokesman for the V. A Boston healthcare system, says the 1900 motor no vaccine doses that were compromised after a contract cleaner accidentally loosen the plug to the freezer that was storing them again. This is under investigation. That mistake discovered by via Boston pharmacy staff. The freezer was in a secure location and had an alarm system. But that alarm apparently didn't work. That's also under into under investigation as to why replacement doses are said to be on their way. In Jamaica plain, James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio, a state surrounded for fans in Massachusetts, sports betting is still not allowed. And much of the rest of the region. It is or is about to become legal. And now nobody, B C's Chris Mama tells us a state senator is taking another crack to sports sports betting on the books. Legislation was filed by Senator Brendan Crichton, who is well aware this type of gambling already takes place in the Commonwealth. Many folks already picking up their phones in betting or traveling over the state lines and betting which in these times we look at a very uncertain FY 2022, as well as a likely in a number of years of recovery. Letting this revenue go down the drain into the black market and bordering states just doesn't make any sense. So he's proposed responsible Gaming available, adds pretty mortar casinos as well. The swamp our horse racing tracks as well, a simulcast facilities and also for mobile applications, Because, as he sees it, this would just make it okay for and you'd be putting money back into the state. They could really help me some pain of our constituents. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. Six away to record setting week on Wall Street looks to be headed in the wrong direction this morning. Let's check in with Bloomberg Business now and Tom Busby. Good Morning, Tom. Hey, Good morning. Jeff is shaping up to be a rough one. Today on Wall Street. Dow futures down down to 143 points that's on jitters about a worldwide spike in new coronavirus cases and new restrictions. Housing market has been a real bright spot throughout the whole pandemic, and later this morning, we get existing home sales for December. It's usually quiet month in real estate. Not this year, though, and another setback for the social messaging site parlor popular.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trump Trump from four more years. There's one of our players did mention that they had heard a racial slur, which would not surprise me one bit at all. McCall praised his team for the manner with which they comported themselves In the face of anarchy. They showed tremendous resilience. And just character to not get caught up and the things that the people were saying, This is bigger than that. This is this is way bigger than Sports Chris Mama WBZ, Boston's news Radio Massachusetts man Among those arrested during the attack on the capital, top federal prosecutor Andrew Welling in Boston, says his department will prosecute anyone from around here who took part in the violence. Couple of high profile people in New Hampshire among the mob, a former corrections officer from Keen entered the Capitol building and now calls for the police chief and Troy to resign after he was seen in the crowd. Also the man shown with his feet on the desk. And House Speaker Nancy Pelosi s office says he was prepared to meet a violent death. The death toll from the violence this week has increased to five as a U. S Capitol Police officer dies from injuries sustained during the fracas on Wednesday and with the chief of police of the capital resigning, we are learning the three days before the attack. On the U. S. Capitol building. The Pentagon asked police if extra support was needed from the National Guard at The Associated Press reports this morning that on the day of the siege, police turned down assistance from FBI agents. At the Justice Department. Has been a route one staple for decades. And now there's talk of change. Owners of the Cow Loon restaurant in Saugus on route wanted looking to the future and the iconic restaurant, possibly not being part of it. WBC's James RoHaas with the low down from Saugus, the owners of Callen are exploring different options for the property, submitting preliminary.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:47 min | 11 months ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One woman was shot by police. We're now learning that a Massachusetts man and a New Hampshire resident were among those taken into custody. Now, all this as lawmakers, a growing number of them call for President Trump to be removed from office. Maura on that from ABC News before review, underway within the D C police and federal law enforcement response to the violent mob of Trump supporters at the U. S Capitol yesterday. Washington D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser calling for the president to be held accountable along with she says anyone involved in carrying out or inciting terrorist and we know that the current president must be held a cow. Want to ball but this unprecedented attack on our democracy. What happened yesterday is what he wanted to happen, and we must not underestimate the damage he can to to our nation and our democracy over the next two weeks. There are some calls for the president to be removed from office. Meantime, former Attorney General Bill Bar and Trump loyal allies speaking out against his former boss, saying, quote orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable. The president's conduct yesterday was a betrayal of his own. If a sense supporters Michelle, France and ABC News While the violence of yesterday was underway. The U Mass men's basketball team was in D. C for a game against George Washington University only miles from the capital building WBC's Chris Pharma with more from the moment he arrived in D C U Mass men's basketball coach Matt McCall knew this wasn't going to be any ordinary trip. I could survive right When we got to the hotel on Tuesday night, there was a number of protesters there they started chanting. Chanting at us. I knew that this this vibe was extremely negative, immediately clicked into safety mode and got on the horn with school administrators. The next afternoon has made him quickly erupted at the Capitol. His team was on a bus taking your right towards the interstate. Now had we going left? We're going right into the whole deal. We didn't really know what the next step was. We knew the game was being played, and we needed we needed to get out of there. And that was the most important thing. And it took about 30 minutes for us to gather all our stuff. Chris Mama WBZ, Boston's news Radio and Chris is you know, a divided nation has been coming to grips today, with the side of that angry mob seizing control of the Capitol building. Many who have served this country in a word. Stunt double BBC drama Holland with more on that My client is a former Army major and a combat veteran. Very disappointing to see. He was sad, upset, frustrated. You pick whatever word you want, And he says while soldiers fight for freedom is like the right to protest this. This just missed the mark. People in the path of a proper this country didn't really fight for our U. S citizens to storm our own capital here and this is you know you're taking your country down from within. This is very disappointing to see And from a tactical perspective, my client says the fact that this could happen now, 20 years from now. From 9 11 should be a red flag for the country. Germany. Holland WBZ Boston's news radio. At least one state lawmaker is facing an uncertain future after what happened in the nation's capital. Here's CBS is Steve Case in one of those who apparently invaded the U. S. Capitol, a West Virginia state lawmaker capital, Republican delegate, Derrick Evans, celebrated with others and posted video on social media, then pulled it down. Democratic leaders in West Virginia are now calling for his resignation a month after he was sworn into his first term and for him to be prosecuted. Steve Cave and CBS News. Iran continuing to hold a South Korean tanker, they have reportedly rebuffed diplomatic efforts. Iran says it is not interested in negotiating with South Korea for release of the oil tanker. South Korea claims the ship was seized because Iran once assets held in South Korea to be released. Iran claims the tanker violated environmental regulations and there is no need for a diplomatic meeting. They added. The crew of 20 was being treated well, I'm Bill's in for In New Orleans Carnival season is a time to eat, drink, have fun, throw some love beads all ahead of lent a time of fasting and sacrifice. But of course, things will be different this year because of the pandemic. We won't see parades rolled through the streets of New Orleans. That doesn't mean we won't feel the Marty Grosz spirit artist Dana Bueller is building flowers to transform homes into floats. This is really the year to sit back and pay attention to the artistry. She's part of the crew of red beans, hiring Mardi Gras Artists Project. It's providing work to Mardi Gras artists and flow builders who are out of work due to Cove in decorating houses instead of making floats this year, red beans founder Devin DeWolfe says they've also partnered with.

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03:07 min | 1 year ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And all the doughnuts. It's about half an hour from it switched out of the Tobin Bridge. Kristen back on them Operate Insurance Copter. I'm Laurie. Granted WBC's traffic on the three actually see some sunshine to start the day today here in Boston will be good quickly covered up by some clouds. And as we start our engines this morning, it is just 19 degrees here in Boston, But winter storm warnings and advisories are being posted throughout much of the state. They go into effect tonight and continue through much of the duration of this upcoming winter storm. We're expecting the snowflakes to start flying here in greater Boston overnight tonight, picking up in intensity just in time for the morning commute tomorrow, and the snow will fly for much of the day tomorrow, and when it's all said and done, much of the area will be dealing with at least Off foot of snow, so snow shovels and snow blowers will be cranked up and ready to go and and utility companies serve getting set as well. Once this system moves out of here, it's back to some sunshine. And cold temperatures are going to be hanging around as we get towards the upcoming weekend with temperatures little bit warmer than they are now we'll get to around freezing by them that will feel downright balmy. Right now. It's 19 here in Boston. And partly cloudy skies six. So six we have been talking about this major winter storm for days and power companies. Yes, a lot of lead time They're getting ready. WBC's Chris Mama tells us they're preparing for the worst, hoping for the best and offering a word to the wise and important factor to keep in mind when talking about power outages. They don't only impact the lights. Some natural gas heating system certainly can be impacted and affected by a power outage. And there are steps you can take during the storm to help preserve your service. It's very important for our customers. To keep all their meters and their outdoor events clear of any snow in any ice build up, But please remove it carefully Ever, sources read Lamberti suggest you use your hands or broom to gently clear away any access powder or ice And if natural gas supplies your heat, remember if you smelled gas in your home or business immediately leave and call 91 once and then give us a call. Remain outside until we clear the scene. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's NewsRadio. Timing is everything with this storm as it hits in the peak of the holiday shopping and shipping season that acts and ups are turning some retailers away from deliveries, pushing them instead to the U. S. Postal Service. And pushing the post office to the brink. There are some fears that the storm could slow down delivery of the Corona virus vaccine to hospitals throughout the East Coast. Time is of the essence for that, as well. Those vaccines need continuous storage and arctic like temperatures fall out from Thanksgiving still being felt across Massachusetts daily coronavirus cases have doubled. Here in this state in the weeks since the kickoff to the holiday season, and now Governor Baker is telling people to keep Christmas in the family this year. Good news, though The FDA approves the first ever at home Rapid covert test This one works with no doctor prescription and no lab work, either. The new test will be available next month and costs about 30 box. Time to dig some of your favorite holiday sweaters out of the attic.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"The unusual mark this day down on your calendar, December 21st, which astronomer David Arugula reminds us it's a Monday the first chance to see a celestial phenomenon. 800 years in the making at sunset. When you go outside and look to the West that sunset, you're going to see a Very bright star like object and what it really is is Jupiter and Saturn have come together so close. They look like one bright star like object and with the aid of a small telescope both appear in the eyepiece together. Something angular says won't happen for another four centuries. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. Well with everyone stuck in the house since the early part of 2020 just how busy have maternity wards been heading into the new year? WBC's match here has that story. Back in March, There was a ton of speculation that a baby boom could occur as a result of pandemic. Stay at home orders. Well, that was nine months ago now and turns out we were probably wrong. In fact, Dr Jeff Ecker of Mass General Hospital has seen a decrease in the number of birth, some couples may have decided. You want to be pregnant, but right now isn't the time. The data is a tiny bit different at Brigham and Women's, according to nurse Kate Gregory, That's are we really haven't seen a change and our numbers of babies being born for her hospital does tell me that they're expecting a slight increase in births Come the spring. It could be that nine months back from March April May, people were killing, perhaps a little less concerned, Max. You're WBZ, Boston's news radio. It's 5 51. We're gonna be seeing a bit of a warm up today, although it is still Pretty cold out there this morning. Check on the roads as well. We've got traffic and weather together next in the early going on this Thursday at 5 51. Listening to WBZ during your commute is an easy way of multitasking.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rochelle Walensky, chief of infectious diseases at Mass. General Hospital as director of the Centers for Disease Control, the CDC on CBS News confirming and now other outlets at Baden intends to nominate retired Army General Lloyd Austin. To be his Defense Secretary. Austin retired is a four star Army general in 2016, CBS News, military consultant and retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland says. If confirmed, Austin will be the first African American to lead the Pentagon. Some Pentagon leaders Hopefully expressed concern about a growing racial divide in the military that General Austin will confront if, in fact, he is confirmed as secretary of events. Then Secretary defense Mark Esper launched a serious of initiatives during his time in the Pentagon, focusing on diversity and inclusion. Holes of show in service personnel have shown signs of white supremacy are racist ideology among troops and because General Austin retired from the military less than seven years ago, he would also need a waiver from Congress. This is a technicality, but he would need a waiver. In addition to, of course, the Senate confirmation The DACA immigration program is back up and running. The Trump administration has restored Dhaka. The program that gives immigrants illegally brought to the U. S. Is Children a path to citizenship. There are 300,000 potential new applicants and 640,000 current recipients, including immigration Attorney Don't Say Garcia. This is about our families. It's about her community. The Trump administration said the Obama era program was unconstitutional and tried to wind it down. Ah court fight ensued, culminating in Friday's ruling by a federal judge. Reinstated. Wendy Gillette CBS NEWS The U. S attorney's office for Massachusetts, says an elderly property manager in Chick a Pee was demanding sex from tenants. In exchange for a place to live. WBC's Carl Stevens would details. The U. S attorney's office filed a lawsuit alleging that a manager of a couple properties and chicken P 79 year old Salazar does. Santos was subjecting female tenants to unwelcome sexual contact, sometimes locking them in his office and making it clear that if they didn't do what he asked It could be without a place to live. U S attorney for Massachusetts, Andrew Welling issued a statement saying no one should be forced to provide sexual favors in exchange for housing. It is a lawsuit meaning somebody might have to pay. In this case, the owners of the properties to family trusts could ultimately pay for this alleged behavior. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, police say a Fox for a man sent naked pictures of himself to undercover police posing his teenage girls in three different communities. The new report. News says Devon shot was ordered held on bail following his arraignment and Newburyport District Court yesterday. Shaw was charged with sending obscene matter to a minor and enticing a child under the age of 16. He was also arraigned in Behavioral District Court on similar charges, and he's also likely to face additional charges in Ipswich. Bringing the environment to the Internet. WBZ is Chris Pharma tells us about a new program in Somerville. It's about education and outreach to engage Somerville residents in climate action with an ultimate goal to try to get what folks are learning through the program. And bringing that out into the community. The program is led by Hannah Pain, and it's part of a larger initiative called Summerville Climate Forward, which is actively seeking volunteer ambassadors. You needed to be an environmentalist or an activist, just a member of the community, interested in learning and cultivating ideas that could help promote sustainability in this city. Really, we encourage you to hell out with your own skills and what you're interested in and really make it your own. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. Make WBZ news radio part of your morning.

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Boston - COVID-19 Cluster Found At Arlington School

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - COVID-19 Cluster Found At Arlington School

"Chris Mama WBZ Boston's news radio. We are learning from the public health director in the town of Arlington that the Health Department is closely monitoring a cluster of covert cases as saying Agnes That's a private school in town. That cluster is isolated to one classroom. At least nine cases of covert have been associated with the recent outbreak. The grade that was affected transition to remote learning on November 21st After there was one positive case, the remainder of the school has been in remote learning this week. The school will return to

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And the judge is honored. I tell you what I've told you throughout this process. I'm honored by and I will show my honor and my respect for this position by working as hard as I can to do the best that I can by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Governor Baker calls Judge George is a rock star. His confirmation moves to the Governor's council next In New Hampshire. An investigation is underway into the suspicious death of a two year old girl. That little girl was found unresponsive earlier this week in a car parked at a truck stop in Londonderry. He was rushed to a nearby hospital but did not survive. Results of an autopsy are pending 6 48 and looking good here in Boston. It's just a little chilly 30 degrees out the door this morning a grocery store chain teams up with a local nonprofit to feed the critically ill this holiday season. Details from WBC's Chris Mama what the flower down and the Rolling Pin aside Community servings of JP has got you covered this Thanksgiving. See, they're selling pies to support our mission to see Critically ill patients across Massachusetts, apple pies, pumpkin and in some select locations. Pecan. It's the nonprofits annual pie in the sky fundraiser Last year, they sold 25,000 pies and fed thousands with life threatening ailments. But with covert, they're less bakeries open to donate pots and fewer volunteers to bake them. So they had to scale back, which is when CEO David Water says Whole foods markets stepped up there. Going apple and pumpkin pies between now and Thanksgiving. Each pie that you buy $5 of the price will be donated to feed our client. Chris Mama WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio happening right now. Advisor says in final review, Its analysis of clinical data shows its covert 19 vaccine is now 95% effective, even Maura, effective than previously reported..

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way to toss out the legal ballots in the election. Here's a B C's Derek Dennis Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, facing allegations he asked Georgia's secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger to throw out legally cast mail in ballots, some say to try and help President Trump win. But Senator Graham denies I never said that. I said. Do you have power as secretary of state to require buy parts and verification of this signature? Because right now they don't know to. Graham says it was just a conversation if he feels threatened by that conversation, he's got a problem. I actually thought it was a good conversation. Secretary of State says he's come under pressure from Republicans to exclude ballots, something only a court can do and has even received death threats. Derek Dennis ABC News The Pandemic drove a record number of voters this year it off from mailing Bullit ballots or early voting, and tonight leaders in Braintree will consider a future with fewer polling locations. The idea is to consolidate the town's 12 precincts into three voting centers, which, with recent changes in how we vote just makes sense to town. Mark James Casey would be introduction on early voting by mail and early voting in person. Prior to the election. We saw significant less number of voters on Election Day, how significant two thirds less than 2000 and 12. The plan was originally employed for safety during the pandemic, but his case he points out It also saves the town money. You need to have a constable or a police officer at each polling locations in the consolidation, you could reduce that down to one. We saw a sudden overseen for precincts so you'd need three verses. 12 Chris Mama WBZ. Boston's news radio,.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To keep it viable in Hingham? Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio at 506 a hearing today in Pennsylvania in a federal lawsuit from the Trump campaign to prevent officials from certifying vote results. Judge has already denied a request for a delay that the Trump camp was looking for. Right now they're trying to prevent certification of state voting results, saying election procedures were not uniformed across the state as they questioned the 20 electoral college votes that Joe Biden is projected to have one. Meantime, Georgia's top elections official is under attack from the president. Another fellow Republicans in the aftermath of the heated election season. Secretary of State Brad Raffles Burger has been disputing claims of widespread voter fraud in Georgia from the Trump camp. Since unofficial returns have shown Democrats you'll Biden with a 14,000 vote lead when the once reliably red state, meantime, with the success of mail in ballots and early voting in terms of user EADS. Leaders in Braintree will review a proposal to reduce the number of polling locations available during elections get more on that from WBC's Kriss Farm. The idea is to consolidate the town's 12 precincts into three voting centers, which, with recent changes in how we vote just makes sense to town Clerk James Casey would be introduction on early voting by mail in early voting in person. We saw significant less number of voters on Election Day, two thirds less than 2000 and 12 the play Was originally employed for safety during the pandemic, but his case he points out. It also saves the town money. You need to have a constable, our police officer at each polling location in the consolidation. You could reduce that down to one police officer overseeing for precincts So you'd need three verses. 12, Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. You've always got us on the go with the I heart radio app until you're smart device at home Play WBC news radio on I Heart radio and you've gotta says at home as you're getting going in the morning as well. It's now five await on this Tuesday morning. It's time now for business. Live to Bloomberg. We go then Here's Tom Busby. Well, thank you. Jim. Positive test results for a second to potential covert 19 vaccine. This one from Cambridge based Moderna sent stocks soaring. On Monday. The Dow up 470 points it closed at a new record high. The NASDAQ Up 95 in the S and P 500 also add a new all time high right now. On Wall Street, though it looks like investors may hit pause after that record setting run up. Dow futures Now down 97 economic data. We get retail sales data for October U. S manufacturing for that same month. Also home builder sentiment for November. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg.

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"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris mama wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Get your news WBZ News Radio. Six o'clock in Boston. Beautiful star Tuesday morning, bright, sunshine, and fifty six degrees. Good morning. I'm Jeff Brown. Thank you for getting your day started with us. The news at six sponsored by Toyota's official website for deals. Buyatoyota dot com. Here's what's happening. After a blast of summer heat yesterday. A return to more spring-like temperatures today, WBZ, TV meteorologist, Danielle Niles says, things will be a lot calmer as well right now fifty nine in Boston. Sixteen in Chatham. Mid to upper fifty s for many of us, a nice start. But about ten to fifteen degrees, cooler in spots in this time yesterday winds gusting over twenty miles per hour. We're not gonna have a damaging win today. But you'll notice the breeze kicking up at times. Clear skies for many of us. Some clouds building morning commute know whether related issues, grad, the shades son is now up and shining. Tampa cher's sixty five to seventy for most of us the evening commute very pleasant. We hit eighty eight degrees in Boston yesterday. That was the warmest temperature in the city we've seen since last September many homes and business owners faced with the decision of whether or not to turn on the AC for those without central air. Was it too early to install the air conditioners in the windows? Well, WBZ's Chris pharma, always cool, calm and collected. He's live in Beverly with us this morning. A look at this dilemma, good morning, Chris. Good morning to you, Jeff. You know, there's no doubt God's steam yesterday far cry from this morning's cool and breezy conditions here in Beverly where this woman had her hand yesterday afternoon on the dial ever air conditioned to what you got home from work, but then she thought twice no I held off. But I was going to what kept you from holding on the price. 'cause I figured we'll get cool during the nighttime today. So different is this much more refreshing. Yeah, but it's cooler. It's crazy. One extreme to the other extreme in being nearly twenty degree difference from yesterday and with all of that sheet humidity. It's dry and cool today in the high temperature you mentioned Jeff eighty eight degrees, just three shy yesterday of an all time high live in Beverley, Chris mama WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio, thank you. Chris, six oh to trouble this morning for the MVP TA, specifically the red line Ashman branch shuttle buses replacing service in both directions between Ashmawi JFK, UMass.

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