17 Burst results for "Chris Samba"

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Into the west the mass pike westbound slow going through Sturbridge into Brimfield with an ongoing work selling out after I. eighty four miking with WBZ's traffic on the threes partly cloudy skies as we head into the evening tonight temperatures about sixty of the city mid fifties in the suburbs selling clouds tomorrow highs to gamble climbed close to eighty though staying in the low seventies near the coast some clouds tomorrow night low sixty two sun and clouds on Wednesday highs near eighty more humid Thursday breezy with some sun chance of some showers or thunder showers temperatures near eighty it is seventy eight degrees right now in Boston well today's the day but a local businesses and restaurants seven waiting for Chris father tells us re opening is phase two of the state's covered nineteen recovery gets underway restaurants in the bay state could begin offering dine in services with just one cavea patrons must be seated in the outdoor areas and with other safety restrictions ended here in state health guidelines retail stores hotels child care and youth sports can all welcome the public back today if all goes well like phase one residents of the Commonwealth have this to look forward to step two in phase two the start of which will be determined based on continued improvements in public health metrics will allow restaurants to serve guests indoors close contact personal services like nail salons massage therapy and tanning salons secretary Mike Camille Leo tells us case three is next which could start as soon as June twenty ninth Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio mayor Walsh hoping people don't let up on the precautions they are taking now that more restrictions have been lifted in the Commonwealth for me to still work from home as much as possible we're asking people to wear face coverings in public washing your hands cleaning surfaces phase one into now today retail outlets in child care facilities potentially take canceled or dining is gonna start so we would be doing everything we can to support some of these businesses so as they re open they can try and and and and recoup some of the losses of the experience has been a tough a tough you know ten weeks here for a lot of businesses in in four and four people quite honestly after months in the summer saying almost fourteen weeks it's been a long time the young athletes and their coaches excited to get back on the field phase two of the re opening in Massachusetts calls for a phased in resuming of outdoor youth sports they can hold practices but competitive tells us no games several out until phase three the first practice for the Southend youth athletic association in new Bedford will be held Saturday that can't come soon enough for league president Jason Alameda work started again I just have been cooped up for quite some time so it'll be nice to.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mean you don't have the virus from any of those the other thing that we have to emphasize is having anybody's does not protect you from from south thirty two again we don't know we hope it does even more concerning that's the tip of the iceberg basically I spent as much much much broader doctor that never buy says results will vary from community to community and in the absence of answers we have to do everything we can to protect ourselves just because you don't have symptoms doesn't mean you don't have positively too so it's important for all of us to be wearing the cloth mosque to prevent transmitting to other people even if we are feeling fine Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio there's almost no end in sight to the line of people waiting to get food from the Chelsea collaborative people are wrapping around the block Chelsea has some grim numbers there are more than nine hundred cases of covert fifty four people have died that makes up the highest infection rate in the Commonwealth in the city of Chelsea last night so many people came in just for basic food of the shelter lost count of how many people actually showed up at estimated around twenty five hundred people alright it's eleven OO eight and Tracy junkie joins us again over a Bloomberg business news good morning good morning glory Netflix says there is no way it can match the record sign up boom of the first three months of this year and that's not a warning that's the hope but Netflix stock is now falling from record levels homebound customers need a robust internet service for all that streaming plus working from home and taking classes at home all of it at the same time eighteen here is reporting a thirty four percent surge in broadband connections in the last three months stocks are up for the first time since Friday and they're making up for a lot of lost ground here the Dow is up three hundred sixty points nasdaq up a hundred seventy two that's a beat up forty seven points and Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio Tracy thank you is always coming up you're going to hear from the chief of hematology and oncology at UMass memorial also Adam crop and checks in the sports straight ahead I heart media no small businesses across the country are facing new challenges during the covert nineteen pandemic so to help we've put together the I heart radio small business crisis resource which is critical information.

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"chris samba" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

02:30 min | 6 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Around one thirty A. M. on August Thirteenth Shannon landed in Denver. She got a ride home from her friend and fellow Lavelle. Sales Rep Nikki Atkinson. She arrived at the house just before to. Chris was asleep when she got home but he woke up when she climbed into bed. He felt her stirring. She seemed restless. Unable TO FALL ASLEEP CHRIS SAMBA. Shannon began stroking his chest. He turned to face her and they had sex. He later said it felt strange like it was some kind of test. It was as if Shannon and wanted to know whether or not they still had a functional marriage. It felt wrong to Chris. He since that Shannon knew about his affair and he would soon have to come clean after they had sex. Chris fell asleep. He woke up early the next morning. Around four a M. He got ready for work then. Woken up to talk. He felt they had to have a discussion before he left the house. He later said he was worried that Shanahan might be on the verge of leaving him and taking the kids with her. He didn't want to go to work until they had at least talk things out as Chris sat on the bed looking down at Shinhan. He realized he didn't know what he wanted to say. Did he want to save his marriage right now or end it? He wasn't sure he wasn't even sure who he was anymore. He didn't feel like a husband or a father. At that moment he felt like he was inhabited by a stranger. The old Chris had spent his entire life walking down a set path. One where the road felt safe and familiar beneath his feet now. The Stranger in his head was beckoning him toward the darkness and suddenly. Chris couldn't seem to find his footing. Chris saw Shannon was crying. She knew it was over. The Path was in shambles. The old Chris founded all horrifying so he left. The Stranger take over. He became a new version. Chris and this one was filled with rage.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Provide food for school kids the elderly and others who could use a meal during the crisis no charge no charge right away it would call for the kids and the families with the travel much again this is what they teach at that church what to do is love our neighbor and this is what our neighbors need right now meanwhile at the roses restaurant intermezzo pizzeria Bolton will make the idea is the same people in the local community can contact them and receive a box lunch for a pizza we can't give everything but the ticket to give a sandwich too you know young boy and girl who doesn't have it during school is seems like a no brainer in sickness and in health WBZ's Chris pharmacists are normally robust business in canton is feeling the sting of corona for nearly a century blue hills Country Club has been renowned for its top notch functions and championship caliber golf course so this time of year the place is usually buzzing the phone rings off the hook we usually have five or six towards the day but since the worldwide outbreak of covert nineteen nothing we've had in terms of membership sales and catered events sales it's gone the opposite direction Brian the blue is the GM at blue hills which has been forced to cancel all events for this month and April and just this morning I had to call a bride to be to teller they couldn't host wedding this weekend we're just taking it day by day and well right now pretty much minute by minute we understand that given the pandemic that's going on that we need to keep the public safe in canton Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio the video app tictoc has responded to an internal we leaked memo bush describes efforts to suppress content based on the apparent attractiveness of those featured NF one moderators were not told to remove videos by those deemed unattractive they were discouraged from promoting such content the company says the policies were abandoned before the memo was made public in sports.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 8 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To making sure that we address those issues when it comes to actors like ever source we're certainly going to make sure that we're holding them accountable as we can Chris samba WBZ Boston's newsradio all more bad news for Boeing the company discovers yet another problem with at seven thirty seven it's another software issue involving a warning light that alerts pilots about a system that makes the plane point up or down by moving part of the tail Boeing says system activates sometimes what it's not supposed to the company says it's fixing it doesn't believe it'll push back the planes return to service around mid year the FAA says it still looking at the software issues in human factors before giving the okay for that to happen Peter king CBS news Sunday night Hollywood's big night to shine the ninety second academy award that guy Joaquin Phoenix is hoping for a big night for joker and for the nominees there's a lot on the line and for the winners a big money boost could be in the cards the second the Oscar changes hand talk about a return on your investment consider the price of an awesome issue at is twenty four karat gold plated its value is at four hundred dollars but well above analysts' Joe Gonzalez says it could mean a big pay raise for recipients should be around a twenty percent boost and I pay for a Best Actor or Best Actress winner on their next found but like any investment you can lose money on any academy award association says that no one can sell it but they will buy it back from you for one dollar Terry Alden or ABC news is eight oh eight and we are just a few minutes away from the biggest economic report of the month the January jobs numbers out at eight thirty so far Wall Street looks like it's heading south maybe this will turn things around we check in with Bloomberg business here's Tom Busby good morning Tom a good morning Jeff well economists expect to see a solid number one hundred sixty five thousand new jobs created last month and the unemployment rate expected to hold steady at a fifty year low three point five percent of course anything can happen in on Wall Street which has had a bolo out week record after record Dow futures though down a hundred ten points right now that's being attributed to stubborn worries about that corona virus and good news if you're looking to buy a.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fonda says it follows the removal of two high ranking officials one permanently and won the temporary halts for now there are two employees in the town of hall who now have the word acting in their job title acting school superintendent and acting DPW director each elevated to their new positions this week in the case of the superintendent she was named after Michael Devine was placed on administrative leave for alleged personal misconduct on the job claims the town will look into V. or an independent outside investigator a probe town police have been alerted to the new DB W. director is Joe Stickley Arnie who takes over for James dial who three years into the job was placed on paid leave for unknown reasons last summer ultimately to be fired last month the town manager thus far has refused to comment on the decision to remove that it held Chris samba WBZ Boston's newsradio video goes viral that shows a child sized dummy in an even flow child booster so he to being violently tossed around during a crash test CBS news caught transportation correspondent Chris van Cleve sits down with the New York family of Gillian brown five year old paralyzed with the car she was riding in was involved in a crash four years ago Jillian brown was a five year old in constant motion she was about to start kindergarten in two thousand sixteen when her world changed coming to parents Jane Lindsay and the first thing I did was look back to on the check on the girls Lindsay was driving her two daughters Chilean and Samantha to daycare when they were hit on the driver.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Outside of Park Street station this catenary lost its power does could not transition or need any two one of the trades that became disabled on the westbound tragedy hall of Park Street station the good news is that there's two west on tracks in the keys but able to ship service the other track that's getting passengers out the bad news is they have to move that disabled train until that's gone you can expect some delays probably about fifty minutes which they're running right now the G. does suggest use the arms one as an option live in Park Street Chris samba W. beat the Boston news radio thanks Chris it protects against cancer but at what cost a warning about sun screen is ahead right now nine thirty three let's see what's ahead of you on the roads of silver retailers annoyed with all wheel drive traffic on the three is kicking off traffic and weather together what do you see in their lore Kendall eastbound mass pike is still affected by that earlier crash we had with the two couple of trucks there before four ninety five left over volume is slowly for about four miles approaching four ninety five once you get past it it continues to be heavy approaching the supermarket over past in Newton mass pike eastbound meantime closer to the city year on the brakes and way park to the expressway the Tobin still back to the center spent still full on the lower deck in the liver connector down right by the airport totals of great westbound store rob keep it to the left of a work crew that is set up shop right by the B. U. bridge traffic slow getting pass their route one south and still hung up main street to ninety nine one twenty eight south bound just residual delays now between Wakefield in Waltham route three south I look a lot better through bill Recca getting on to one twenty eight ninety three just a slow there Roosevelt circle into Somerville I still dealing with delays due to an earlier crash as well one twenty eight north bound approaching great plain Avenue needed to route twenty in Waltham northbound express way is it slows while forty one minutes since we will take you right now we have that earlier crash inside the o'neill title that's cleared Laurie ready WBZ's traffic on the three clear skies continue to stretch over the region for the next to a couple of days and it's going to get warmer each day upper thirties today mid forties tomorrow and Thursday.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Happens and you can watch a live stream of the press conference on our website WBZ ten thirty dot com give you a chance to anticipate to everything that you could be seen if you're heading into Boston tomorrow four Dorchester man was taken into police custody early this morning accused of stabbing to others in the Dorchester AB home WBZ's Chris fama has the story police arrived at the scene just before eleven PM right as car west walk through the front door to fifteen ninety three Dorchester Avenue holding a pocket knife authorities observed that west had been injured in a search of the home produced two more victims one male one female each allegedly stabbed by west during a dispute a police spokesman says this wasn't a random act that Weston the victims knew each other and that all three are expected to survive west has been charged with two counts of assault one with intent to murder a second charge for use of a deadly weapon what exactly was the catalyst of the alleged attack remains under investigation in Medford Chris samba WBZ Boston's news radio authorities are continuing to search for motives behind two attacks a religious gatherings one near Dallas the other outside New York City over the weekend we get the latest now from CBS police are looking into a pair of religious related crimes and white settlement Texas near fort worth they're trying to find out why a gunman shot and killed two men inside a church before congregation Evers pull their own weapons to kill him this man was there is a critical had also just like we are it was a sad thing that he gets to come into the congregation of our people in settling the we got her in Rockland county New York police arrested the man they say attacked orthodox Jews of Hanukkah.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chris samba WBZ Boston's news radio the president has promised to reduce the number of refugees resettling in the U. S. but the idea is getting resistance from some of his fellow Republicans refugees are defined as people fleeing violence or civil war or persecution based on religion race or ethnicity in their home countries president trump has said he wants to cap the number allowed into the U. S. at eighteen thousand a year but he's given states and municipalities the authority to opt out of accepting refugees so far every governor has said yes to allow new comers including eleven who support the administration's policies on immigration Jim wrong at ABC news nine oh three times the traffic and weather together the super retailers of knowing when all wheel drive traffic on the three yeah thanks medicine you know we've got some delays on the expressway otherwise it's good out there this Christmas Eve south on the expressway crawling furnace brook parkway down into Braintree crash right at the Braintree split clearing away soon the northbound side fine if you're coming into the city tonight three is an easy ride Braintree Donna Duxbury the lower ends of one twenty eight and ninety three are also doing well up to the north it's pretty quiet just the way you like it or ones wide open the past landfills parkway the upper and one twenty eight's good to go wall them up into Lindfield routes three ninety three and ninety five north are all clear up into southern New Hampshire nice and quiet downtown to the lower deck of ninety three has been good all day still is the lever down ramp in the Tobin bridge are wide open straw drive looks good both ways it can more square and all the airport totals are fine out west of the city not much happening the mass pike so carrying a light volume all the way out past four ninety five routes to at nine in decent shape as well my king WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network and out of the four day WBZ accu weather forecast here's Dave Bowers mainly clear skies tonight a low in the low twenties inland bout thirty downtown Christmas.

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"chris samba" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"chris samba" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yeah you know he's he's got a quality of life he's got a dental practice here so he realizes there's gonna be a big trade off yes they're gonna save thousands of dollars. he's gonna have probably an hour commute each way apartment list economist chief Chris samba tia he said some people choose these extreme commutes for economic reasons while others are pushed into them by you know industries they work in here's a quote we break it down this way by occupation it's folks in the drilling and mining industries that actually have the highest rates of super commuting now what he he pinpointed areas of West Texas along the Gulf coast in northeast Texas Louisiana Mississippi were super commuting yes is bag yeah highly prevalent what does it do move out to those areas outside of the main core of of burnt downtown or wherever they work you know I think that's that's something that they immediately realize is going to be a reality and they're willing to do it that it's a big trade off yeah I don't know if I could do it I've never done that I know of to hear from some super computers maybe a drive an hour each way or an hour and a half each way my wife used to drive it took about an hour maybe longer each way when she worked downtown we live way up in cedar park it affects the it affects the marriage it affects the home affects used to the way you live your life yeah you you come home cranky you know every day after work it it starts to affect the dinner hour yeah so it's a it's a quality of life issue a lot of fun and a lot of people do it Mandel don't drive in from liberty hill down to downtown Austin drive in all the way from bass drop way down south almost to San Antonio and Austin the I would every day I know for you and me the hours that we come in here and their hours that we leave were able to avoid traffic it's it's it's it's one of the benefits of these crazy hours I don't know if if I was a regular nine to fiver here it relate related where I live it it it might would be vastly different life for me yeah it would be a totally different situation because me and south all southwest Austin trying to get to the station it could very well be a forty five minutes to an hour during rush hour yeah easily verses twenty minutes yeah right now so totally different deal. I'm trying to figure out right now. what we you and I talked about Bluebonnet golf course earlier this week that's right they're shutting down on their Facebook page they had a post that went out I believe it was on a Monday. that said their work closing that after after almost thirty years of operating that they were going to close at the end of the year on they were very specific on December thirty first but because their water contract with the city was going to be out they had a thirty year lease or thirty year contract with the city on the water the the the water was going to be up there in the water contract and they were it and that's all they said they didn't say that the city was not going to renew they just said but because of water we're gonna have to close so now I'm reading a K. accion story. and that job it says that the city. doesn't know what they're talking about the yes the contract is going to be up but they in no way have not denied Bluebonnet hill I've got a a haven't talked to a watercolor design yeah the the the the owners of Bluebonnet hill can you know golf course haven't even reached out to the city to renew the contract and and been more than they're over they're going out of business the done that somebody obviously bought the property and they're they're looking to cash in on a big marketing campaign just like el patio did and they're done I'm wondering I really am wondering because there's nothing that I see here that shows that there's an issue and and this this same to come for those of us is set play Bluebonnet hill and after years this seem to come from no where and yeah I think my hunch is something else is up probably an offer that they could not refuse sure yeah so you have a problem with this I don't have a problem with anybody making.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is sad but they all stayed there hurry unanimously you deserve it you have worked hard for all these years live in the north end on cross street Chris samba W. B. the Boston news radio further north and a Quincy and with the help of one big crane a dump truck that fell through the roof of a parking garage in Quincy is now gone WBZ's Kevin call made his live on the scene with that this morning Kevin this happened a lot quicker than expected it really did a good morning dead the truck has been taken out but now the big question is the clean up and when will the car while the cars trapped in the garage your turn to their owners as local authorities and construction workers are currently pacing around and discussing what the next steps will be after the damage caused by the dump truck that fell through the roof of this parking garage attached to the furnace brook medical building the truck was pulled out by a crane earlier this morning and was then taken away by a tow truck about fifty callers remain trapped in only one car is reported to be damaged there is yellow caution tape all around this building and even do not enter signs and entrance of this medical building in Quincy Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio coming right out more Miskito spraying in this state that is straight ahead it's six thirty three other together Taylor's of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three years Lori granting see some heavier volume now one twenty eight that is slowing of the upper and between main street in Lynnfield to Washington Street in Woburn and again route three to four to twenty five in Lexington let's see how things are shaping up now in ninety three southbound with Kristen neck in about a free insurance copter do you have something to look out for here at ninety three south bound to four ninety five and over a disabled vehicle over the breakdown lane with state police behind that be the one to stay to the left give them a little more room down farther south is slow at the cloverleaf and ready get it by up on sale Avenue and it's all backed up in Medford is well head before the lower doctor Kristin octave operate insurance copter want to keep it to the left of a right wing crash eastbound route to just after one ten one eleven in Harvard traffic is data for two miles approaching that scene eastbound mass pike heavier now approaching route nine in Framingham in through Weston ninety five north bound left plane crash at just after one fifty two in north Attleboro still being worked there another crash at exit eight South Main street and Sharon traffic is slow from one forty to that point twenty four north bound heaviest now here symbol of art and and over to the merge their north expressway still stopping going smokes where a past Columbia road Laurie Grandy WBZ's traffic on the three seventy one degrees in Boston we have a murky sky out there but we do have sunshine another hot humid day on tap today high temperature near ninety.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The marker for crystal Campbell near the finish line the crews that installed these historically significant pieces of chiseled rock we're very deliberate as they lowered them in place and emotional as their voice to voice them in position them from a flat bed truck to their resting places project manager Jake Liu Huan said he's never been involved in a project more rewarding there's been some great projects I worked on but this one to be on a project that's going to be here forever you know usually we build things that they last you know ten twenty years they have some that's going to be here for their forever and his as often when the first stone went into place you members of the crew shouted in excitement a few high fives were exchanged as some folks who had gathered around to watch offered a polite round of applause asper dedication ceremony city of Boston chief of operations Patrick broke the says they're working with the families to find the appropriate time winding lose Emily her parents they're here in the city today they want to come by and see the memorials when they were completed it's that important to them live on Boylston street Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio land Chris has been taking photos and video at the scene there with this memorial very cool stuff you can check it out as we re tweeted him at WBZ newsradio on Twitter cell nine oh two gun control taking center stage for a rally at city hall plaza on Sunday don't control rally took place at city hall plaza as the grassroots movement moms demand action for gun sense in America brought together a large crowd to make their voices heard to protect people from gun violence the rally began with a moment of silence for all the lives lost in the now shootings that have occurred in the United States which then led to mayor Marty Walsh to take the stage and he voiced how tired he is of seeing shootings occur across the.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Natick Chris samba WBZ Boston's news radio the man who detests the limelight and says his report speaks for itself will be in the limelight tomorrow for the world to see taking the microphone on Capitol Hill former special counsel Bob Muller will testify before two committees on his report on Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen elections but with the D. O. J. issuing a mandate to Muller last night that his testimony must remain in the boundaries of that public report some wonder what light if any will be shed CBS news Washington correspondent Paula read looks at the politics of it all whether the dems are the Republicans will have the upper hand both sides have an opportunity here Democrats can really try to drill down on the president's fitness for office on these questions of obstruction or whether the president was trying to undermine democracy but I think Republicans could win this hearing here's how pack your questions with quotes from the text messages between Peter stock and lease the page the two investigators who are having an extramarital affair but were disparaging Canada job orders during the investigation WBZ newsradio will bring your wall to wall coverage starting early to Morrow the first round is underway at eight thirty in the morning tomorrow we will also stream is always on the I heart radio wow and you can ask a laxative please play WBZ newsradio on on my car it's four oh eight were done for the day on Wall Street this is news with Tracy John kia Bloomberg Laurie stocks were flying with the help of record breakers like Hasbro and coca Cola and the word that the US and China are going to resume face to face trade talks as soon as Monday the Dow was up a hundred seventy seven points nasdaq up forty seven SMBs up twenty points delta is planned to make Logan airport one of its hubs doesn't worry jet blue the airline says is committed to winning in Boston delta.

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"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"chris samba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The afternoon and other courses such as white cliffs well they are not allowing golf carts out on the roads to for the second time this storm is impacting a vehicle with four wheels only this time at the club card well I would limit Chris samba WBZ Boston news radio all right Chris thank you rescue workers also busy in New Hampshire overnight as flash floods swept through a good portion of the White Mountains roads got washed out several inches of rain fell in just a few hours this very same system hitting at northern New Hampshire firefighters had to rescue people from the river broke RV and camping resort in Romney and a family also helped out of their home in heaven as a possible break in beaver dam because to an a and a beaver dam rather caused heavy flooding there not the only ones here in New England dealing with heavy rains these days we're talking about people along the Gulf coast of Louisiana is now starting to feel the effects of tropical storm Barry which is creeping in from the Gulf of Mexico it is expected to make landfall this weekend ABC's Jim Ryan is in New Orleans where the rain has become steadier and heavier even if it does not reach hurricane status very is expected to be the first big test of levee improvements made since two thousand five at governor John bel Edwards is feeling confident we believe New Orleans is ready the the levee system has never been better the investment the country made after Katrina has been unprecedented if the levees do hold the region's rivers and canals still might start to spill over the tops of those levees if the rain is heavy and consistent is worth watching generally in the B. C. news Jefferson parish Louisiana herds eleven oh wait let's check in on wallstreet this morning Tom Busby is watching the numbers and the business world he checks in from Bloomberg good morning Tom good morning Jeff and the numbers are good stocks on track to notch more record highs today that's on hopes that the fed will lower interest rates later this month right now the Dow up one hundred twenty one points the nasdaq up thirteen the S. and P. five hundred adding three over the past month Amazon has reportedly hired another five thousand workers at its warehouses they call them fulfillment centers gearing up for Amazon prime day sales they start Monday German automaker Daimler the maker of Mercedes Benz says profits will be a whole lot lower this year.

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"chris samba" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"chris samba" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The twenty four forty nine exit and then you're out of it after just a couple minutes of drive time there I'm Julie Rogers next reported three thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happened partly cloudy tonight a low of seventy five we do have a chance of some isolated showers and storms for the rest of the afternoon but nothing serious tomorrow it's going to be a mix of clouds and sunshine twenty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms high of ninety one fourth of July looks pretty much the same a Rick Mitchell from NBC five tells us not to cancel any outdoor plans to so it should be pretty nice high of ninety two same thing for Friday mostly sunny high of ninety three right now it's eighty nine it care all the news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now in North Texas six three thirty with Susie so lease sign Chris samba breaking news now newsradio ten eighty KRLD breaking news center where police are searching for a missing two year old child they see that little boy names summer bash was last seen on west prairie street in Denton sneer several apartment complexes just north of the U. N. T. campus as two year old boy described as Asian again his name is sore bash and police at this point have not issued an amber alert I didn't county woman is facing criminal charges in connection with the death of her child EMS crews from Aubrey were called to a home in Providence village on June twentieth after relatives found four year old case in Nalin alone inside an SUV he was rushed to the hospital but later died of heat related injuries thirty seven year old Lisa Nalin has been arrested on a charge of injury to a child at least seventeen children have died of heat stroke fish here after being left alone inside a hot car your skin her oldies Mitch car bipartisan legislation has been filed in Congress called the hot cars active twenty nineteen.

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"chris samba" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"chris samba" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Show. I do. NFL Metaxas show, and as promised on the line with me right now, our old friend, Sebastian Gorka. Welcome back Sebastian. Great to be back. Eric thank you for having me. Thank you for having that plummy accent for this program. I know that's not how you really speak. But it gives you such a thorny and gravitas. I would say go with it. I I've been gargling with waltz for you. Thank you. Thank you. Listen. There's so much going on in the news today. What what are we to make of everything that's happening? Do we talk about Rosenstein? We talk about cavenaugh. What do you wanna talk about? I think we should talk about how they're will. Connect it. I was up. All right, basically, and to me three or four AM out, whether it's the Russia collusion delusion whether it's the resistance movement to whether it's cabinet off. It's all the same thing. It is an attempt by the establishment left. I'm talking about old democrat talking about look good faith. And it's an attempt by establishment last the radicals that have taken oak democrat quality to knowledge why a presidential election. I it. It is nothing less than that. Every this is. Did that a man who has a spotless? Spotless record. Now forever. Whatever the result is whatever happens this week, whether he's confirmed or not forever when his name will be mentioned like clowns promises. Name it will be associated with these accusations. It is a blow to all things decent and good in America. Well, that's that's a fact I think that well, let me just say that it's disheartening to me that people it seems to me are unable to think clearly the media has so propagandized the electorate that many people when you talk to them about this. They don't they don't have the proper categories. In other words, the idea of the rule of law. They're not quite sure where they only want to talk about whether they think he did this. Or didn't you think wait a second, folks? Whether he did it or didn't what about the rule of law. If something happens when you're fifteen years old, and you wait until you're fifty years old to bring it up doesn't something seemed wrong with the picture. In other words, you've got to abide by the law. So if you are somehow attacked or somehow treated in a way, that's inappropriate. You must. Speak up in a timely fashion. If you don't do that, you destroy everything. So to say that now I am remembering something that. I had suppressed for many years and stuff. It's just it leads to kind of madness. And the way I see it. It's like the French revolution. Or or the Salem witch trials, obviously, neither of which happened in this great country. I mean that one of them happened when we were still just a colonial power and the other one happened, of course in France. But when you throw out what we have had in this country the rule of law, and you start adjudicating things in this way in the media and letting the metoo movement govern how you think more than the rule of law. I have to say America is in trouble. And this to me is just as a classic example of how we have ceased to be the America we need to be. Let me just modify that one. So yes, you're right. This collective hysteria. This collective ignorance or willfully ignorance. Denies the principles or for example. Innocent until proven guilty on the right for the accuser to the accused to look into the face of the accused in public. This isn't just some collective. This is deliberate. Eric this is just look at the time. This isn't some kind of Chris samba standards. You the less to entered into this was deliberate, but concept, but the two months ago this letter arrived. Desk. I'm not once not work in days and days of hearings in front of the world's this raised the vet that is the ultimate in Molter. Pitchy. You say something for the moment of which it is most useful in terms of derailing. The rule of more pro says that there is no excuse. This isn't irrational. This isn't say, this is a full perversion every system that I founding fathers fought for well, let me let me ask you, did you know that Ford his accuser was on the board of a of a one hundred and sixty six billion dollar company that had one product the abortion pill. It's called course therapeutics that just came out. I just spoke to John's miracle ear that now we're to stunning to me that somebody with a lot of money an end a lot of investment in the abortion pill would come out at the eleventh hour like this. It's just I don't know what to say except that it it stinks. It absolutely stinks. Now, you don't need to be a conspiracy theories. Plenty things actually a turn out to be part of the story. So this is. The cover story is just a viral fits a symptom of forty years. Hang on radicalization. Thank you Sebastian. We'll be right back, folks. With Sebastian Gorka, the Metaxas show. Here's Patillo Clark..

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"chris samba" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"chris samba" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Also accepting boats motorcycles rv's and real estate donations kcbs news time ten eleven a san francisco cop has been fired for the fatal shooting of a carjacking suspect last december chris samba yellow was on his fourth day on the job when he shot kita o'neil police say neal carjacked state lottery worker and led police on a chase which ended in the bay view the shooting was captured on some of your body camera the police officers union calls the firing needless and that saw me oh did what he was trained to do protesters marched on the alameda county da's office today calling for the prosecution of a bart cop who shot and killed a twenty eight year old man in early january kcbs is marquee schaefer reports from oakland the drum beating and chanting on behalf of shalini tyndall echoed through the alameda county building cpas johnson the uncle of oscar grant who was also shot and killed by a bar police officer was among the supporters that what we're doing here is not in vain this is just one of many actions to come officer joseph mattew was cleared to return to work two weeks after the shooting officer body camera video of the shooting has been made available on youtube alameda county chief district attorney kevin dunleavy says a team from his office is active with conducting an independent in parallel investigation to determine whether or not a crime has been committed this process does take time once the investigation is finished a decision on the prosecution will be made available to the public in oakland margie schaefer kcbs sports coming up kcbs news time ten thirteen sponsored by fry's electronics are.

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