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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five more have been accused in getting paid for extra hours. They never worked among them. The ex wife of former commissioner Dennis White and a former union president, also, a Boston police officer, is placed In Boston Municipal Court. A nationwide sprint to the vaccine finish line threatens to turn into a crawl, and the president's goal is now in jeopardy. Last month, President Biden said, a target our goal by July, 4th is to have 70%. Of adult Americans at least one shot. But with less than four weeks to go until Independence Day, it appears that goal may fall short. The number of vaccinations nationwide is less than one million per day down 77% from the peak in April July, 4th is not the end of the CDC director, Dr Rachelle Wolinski noted. The shots are working the first time the seven day average of cases has been less than 15,000 since March. 27th 2020 Laura Podesta City Yes news, good news and bad for America's jobs. The nation's unemployment rate is down to 5.8%. But companies still cannot find enough workers and they're getting desperate. Many are getting creative in getting potential workers to sign on with incentives other than cash, ranging from free appetizers for restaurant workers to hotel stays and Even tuition payments, which are now being extended to family members, all some of the new perks being offered just to get workers back on the job. There are more than nine million jobs available in the United States right now, or at least in the latest report from the Labor Department, which says the April number is the highest. It's seen. In two decades for job openings and two million more job openings. Then, when the pandemic began at the French Open tennis tournament, a chance to go to the semifinals goes proof for American phenom cocoa Goff. Sure.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:11 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on Radio Boston

"You know what marx called our army of labor which was a problem because when there are too many people to a a to Fill the number of positions that are available workers lose power so now there's at least a perception that workers are desired. As opposed to the other way around right so this is the time potentially where this leverage can have an impact but we have to be very careful because the the notion of Not enough people to fill. Jobs always comes under question of in their their reason. Why employer employers say that. They'll often say that are not enough trained workers at there's a skills gap of it in fact workers who are seriously looking from roy are willing to train them and are willing to pay them adequately There's a large part of the workforce for both men and women are little leery about coming back right now for good reason. They have childcare issues of other issues. On some people we have to keep in mind have long covid. So they're disabled to some degree at this point but quite a few actually. So they've dropped out of the workforce but potentially temporarily so this is a temporary potentially a temporary situation and i hope that employees can build on it. I'm hopeful. I don't think it's quite certain yet whether they can all right. So that is ellen. Rupel shall author of the job work and its future and a time of radical change and kim merriman professor of management at the manning. School of business. At umass lowell ellen and kim. Thanks so much for joining us flashing. Thanks welcome back to radio boston. I'm tci during earlier. Today i informed dennis white of his termination as commissioner of the boston. police department. Effective immediately rat is acting boston. Mayor kim janey announcing just this hour that boston police commissioner. Dennis white is out of his job following decades old allegations of domestic violence. Wbu our senior correspondent. Deborah becker is on the story and joins us now. Deb welcome back. Thanks for joining us. Oh you're welcome so. I know this basically just came down dab and we've been looking for this waiting for this announcement for a while. Tell us what's what's the decision. Malaysia said acting their janey says dennis weight is terminated effective immediately. He's also off the police force entirely. Not even some had wondered if he might go back to being a detective. Lieutenant but that will not be the case here Acting janey says interim commissioner. Greg long will stay in that role for the time being. And she says she's forming a committee and laying the groundwork to conduct a national search for a new commissioner and she says the that search will include extensive vetting and background checks of any candidates going forward so again. We've been at this a while. I know that it was mid may when acting mayor janey originally planned to fire dennis white but take us through the. Why and did she address that again. Today she did Ademir janey plan to fire dennis white once. She received an independent investigation that was done about decades old domestic abuse allegations concerning whites ex wife. Who's also a boston. Police officer now then. Investigation on covered The domestic the allegations of domestic view abuse and another allegation of abuse involving whites niece by marriage. The investigation also described a culture of fear within the police department and indicated. That officers were concerned about speaking to the investigator so today janey said whites reluctance to completely cooperate with the investigator and his conduct around. All of this led her to conclude that he did not possess the qualities to lead the boston. Police department going forward now. She had said some of that..

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Boston Mayor Fires Police Commissioner After Domestic Violence Allegations

Radio Boston

01:17 min | 8 months ago

Boston Mayor Fires Police Commissioner After Domestic Violence Allegations

"Earlier. Today i informed dennis white of his termination as commissioner of the boston. police department. Effective immediately rat is acting boston. Mayor kim janey announcing just this hour that boston police commissioner. Dennis white is out of his job following decades old allegations of domestic violence. Wbu our senior correspondent. Deborah becker is on the story and joins us now. Deb welcome back. Thanks for joining us. Oh you're welcome so. I know this basically just came down dab and we've been looking for this waiting for this announcement for a while. Tell us what's what's the decision. Malaysia said acting their janey says dennis weight is terminated effective immediately. He's also off the police force entirely. Not even some had wondered if he might go back to being a detective. Lieutenant but that will not be the case here Acting janey says interim commissioner. Greg long will stay in that role for the time being. And she says she's forming a committee and laying the groundwork to conduct a national search for a new commissioner and she says the that search will include extensive vetting and background checks of any candidates going

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on Radio Boston

"And to quote. Send a message that this kind of unlawful treatment must not be allowed to happen again to anyone and quote so it does appear that there will be further legal action Going forward so in our couple remaining minutes. let's turn our attention to former mayor. Marty walsh the scandal heavily. Implicates him in his. He's now in a new job in washington. He's now labor secretary he went on. Wbz tv this weekend to reiterate that he had no knowledge of the allegations against white. I no knowledge. A of dennis whites passed in the police department. No understanding of it if i had Obviously decisions would have been different in. The acting wouldn't be going through this situation. Alan boston lengthy It's disappointing And and i wish. I had known so. What's at stake for marty. Walsh well That has been marty. Walsh is consistent explanation that he did not know about these allegations And i guess walsh's continued involvement and all of this will depend on on any future legal action and how that might play out and if there is a lawsuit Walsh might have to explain under oath what he knew and when and we should say that that white and former police commissioner william ross allege that walsh knew about these allegations against white when he was first promoted to the command staff in twenty fourteen So white could argue. That janey has no grounds to fire him Because his past had already been disclosed that would be the essential argument and former police. Commissioner evans did wall and said that he was not aware of these allegations against dennis. White so you know. Depending on what happens further legally there could be. The story could stay in the public eye and there could be Testimony certainly involving former mayor. Walsh all right. Wb our senior correspondent. Deborah becker thinks that quick turnaround appreciate it it welcome..

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:17 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Embattled police commissioner dennis white losses legal appeal to remain in his job. But now he's calling on acting mayor. Kevin j consider video from to family members. Some say he never abused his former wife. Jane was jonathan discuss the latest in the police department. And you'll take your pulse from another edition of the mayor. Look back at the boston public library and copies greg. Today on his first day of opening two in person visits across the city public library branches will always open by mid june. Young present day. Letter will join us. Discuss the importance of public spaces and how to navigate reopening with hobart restrictions. Still place although the have the radio eighty nine seven. Gp h broadcasting live for the.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So called methadone Mile. The intersection of massive ammonia cast Boulevard is the heart of where the Suffolk County DEA investigation is taking place. It announced 36 diamonds against three men who district attorney Rachel Rollins says prayed and profited from the vulnerability, desperation and afflictions of others. J. Candelario of Lowell, as well as Dale Clark and Robert Lewis of Boston are facing charges, including the trafficking, offensive mill, unlawful possession of firearms and receiving stolen property, Theo Dia's office says. If convicted, they face a lengthy state prison sentences. In Roxbury. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio Future of Boston Police commissioner Dennis White could be decided as soon as tomorrow following a virtual meeting with acting Mayor Kim Janey and other top city officials. Quite as recently lost to court cases in a bid to hang on to his job following decades old accusations of domestic violence, which didn't surface until he was just days into his new appointment. White is asking the city to review video affidavits from his family before making any final decisions. The weekend. Rain washed out many Memorial Day weekend plans, but nothing stops. Those intent on a long lost kick off to summer on Cape Cod knew going into Memorial Day weekend. It was gonna be stronger. Wendy North Cross is the CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, saying the weekend bookings for short term rentals and hotels were wrapped up in a higher pace weeks before last weekend, leaving it to chance they were making a solid reservation. And that hasn't happened in years. Memorial Day weekend is always a big one for the Cape. With restrictions being lifted. Businesses were all systems go to tackle the tourism crowd. They've been desperately missing. Quite the 1 80 from the summer of 2020. Not this year. Everyone was just itching to get away when he did go on to say, however, restaurants down the Cape, much like greater Boston are still in search for help, and they're still hiring as the summer season heats up. Jim McKay, WBC Boston's news radio. Other comeback.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Also dead. Elizabeth Newman is a former official of the Homeland Security Department. She focuses on threat prevention and counter terror, she says. When it comes to the investigation, instigators were going to family members friends they're trying to understand. What happened in this person's life? What was the motivating factor here? This does appear to be workplace violence. That usually means they're going to be looking to talk with Vita and find out if anything that happened. Recently, his employer if there was any particular individual that he might have been targeting. We're hearing tonight as well from Vice President Kamila Harris, speaking with reporters at the White House, calling the attack in her words absolutely tragic. Also it's six or seven and update tonight on the investigation into Boston's suspended police Commissioner Dennis White. The judge, who ruled this week that acting Mayor Kim Janey could move ahead and fire him, has now issued a stay on the judgment while Whiten his legal team appeal, So this means this means rather today's move. Insurance. Janey cannot carry out her plans to fire white, at least for now, what has been suspended since two days after he was appointed to serve over reports of domestic violence allegations from the nineties. Mayor Janey says she wants to remove white in the wake of that investigation. White continuing to deny those allegations before we talk business at 607 a bit of retirement news, a familiar name in the NFL Adam Vinatieri, former Patriot calling it a career today. The 48 year old making the announcement on the Pat McAfee show Vina Terry, of course, coming through the clutch time and time again throughout his career, But he is best known for kicking that game winning field goal is time expired to beat the Rams and Super Bowl 36 from afar. Hash.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Another New England state, opening up at full capacity. Rhode Island, joining up with New Hampshire and Connecticut, Maine of fully reopens on Monday on the USS Constitution, Old Ironsides, setting sail for the first time. And over a year at 9 46 back to that nationwide computer outage earlier this morning, affecting airports all across the country, including at Logan Airport's here in Boston has thousands were left grounded at airports all over the country. CBS News correspondent Chris van Cleve saying that to the company behind it well, it was named Saber and they suffered this place. Three U. S Airlines, You savor American jet Blew in Alaska. They would be the airlines that were affected. Here in Saber is the reservation system is basically the nerve center of all of the customer facing systems and airline uses without a reservation system. You can't check flyers in. You can't check bags and you can't close out a flight for departure. And there were flights allays and still, some lingering delay is going on at Logan, but to the glitch was fixed awfully quick, but It was now just for a short amount of time before five o'clock this morning, but still caused a mess all morning at Logan. Well, the case of Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White going before a judge now WBC's Karen Regal as that story, A turning to Carter says his client commissioner Dennis White, has done nothing wrong as police commissioner and is entitled to a hearing on allegations that the acting mayor says Should boot him from office there. Walsh appointed him with knowledge of these two incidents the 1993 in the 1999 incidents and decided they were not reason not to appoint. Dennis Wise commissioner that he was qualified former mayor now. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh denies this. But former Police Commissioner William Cross filed a sworn affidavit saying just that City attorney Kate Hodge says the law is clear that the mayor in this case an acting mayor him, Janey is the hiring and firing authority. And can indeed can Dennis White Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. It's now 9 48, a massive fire in revere, spreading through at least six multi family homes. At least two of those homes engulfed yesterday, firefighters worked into the overnight hours to put out those Flames and there were no injuries reported a vintage arcade in Providence is once again going full tilt. After suffering through a very tough year. WBC's Kim China Cliff is there with tokens in hand? Whether here into air hockey, dance, dance, revolution race card games or pinball over 21 Free played bar arcade here in Providence has a vintage game just for you. Co owner Anthony Sam. Torrey says. Covert almost decimated their business, but they're coming back strong for their customer base of Gen Xers and Millennials. You pay one flat cover. Listen to eighties nineties songs. You're in an atmosphere with the lights and sounds and games, all bringing you back to a time you could relate to their on the price. Sense of opening another free play bar Arcade and Worcester at the old Maxwell Silverman's location. We were supposed to open the day the world engine I called him. We're looking to open by the end of June. In Providence, Kim Tomic lift.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bear are acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey is pushing to oust Boston's top police officer, the mayor yesterday, releasing potentially devastating details. Of an investigation into domestic violence allegations dating back more than 20 years. That's how the commissioner suspended since shortly after his appointment to that position. But as WBC's Karen Regal reports, Police Commissioner Dennis White is not going quietly as WBC news radio was reported near. Janey received the report into suspended Police Commissioner Dennis White at the end of April. However, White's attorney Nick Carter, says his client did not see that report until two hours before Janey spoke at City Hall. Carter, offering comment to a voice memo said this there's already a Boston police commissioner and that's Dennis White. Acting Mayor Janie doesn't have the power to remove him. White is going to court asking for an injunction and a restraining order against his removal. His attorney in that statement says he has nothing against the superintendent who, according to multiple sources, was supposed to ascend today. Nora Bastian Karin Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. Merry Janey says an independent investigation into the allegations against White revealed ah culture of fear and silence within the Boston Police Department. White was put on leave in February after the alleged domestic violence surfaced. And another update to a scandal within the bpd. Two more officers charged with filing overtime for shifts They didn't work. Former Boston Sergeant George Finch will plead guilty to multiple charges allegedly collecting more than $11,000 fraudulently, and current officer Michael Murphy also pleading guilty collecting $16,000 in overtime. He didn't work 11 people in total, have been charged with in the Boston police. Three. Have pleaded guilty. Newly released surveillance video shows the death of a 31 year old black man who was repeatedly taste in his jail cell in January. The video shows his spit hood on Jamal Sutherland's head and details Charleston, South Carolina deputies that he couldn't breathe, deputies say Sutherland refused to leave for a bail hearing. He was arrested for alleged fight outside a mental health facility. Mayor John Tech Lindbergh. We still have war questions and answers. Sheriff Christian Graziano's supporting an investigation by not 20 figures that what its second day See what other agencies did and didn't do. The Sutherlands treatment was for schizophrenia and bipolar. Chuck's Iverson ABC News Some girls in Quincy received address today a very important one for free more in the event coming up in around 4 45. Right now we go to Bloomberg Business is more Americans get back to the office and restaurants reopened. Plastic surgery is experiencing a comeback, liposuction and tummy tucks very often which your postpartum or post NASA weight loss have become very popular and, of course, from the non surgical end of things, the fillers and the neurotoxins or things like Bo Tox. Dr. Alan Matarasso is past president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, he says. Demand for work on the abdomen has been especially high. We don't know if this is because people have been home and perhaps I'm exercising or weight fluctuations. Online meetings during lockdown may have prompted interest in having a little work done above the mid section. We saw an increase in people wanting to do neck liposuction, lower eyelid surgery because they were sitting at home on a zoom and you don't normally look at yourself all day long. The S. P s says it also saw 22% jump in buttocks. Implants in 2020 I made Cory Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Your place of work.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Kim Janey is pushing to House Boston's top cop the merry yesterday, releasing potentially devastating details of an investigation into domestic violence dating back more than 20 years. That's had the commissioner suspended since shortly after his appointment to the position. But as WBC's Karen Regal reports, Police Commissioner Dennis White isn't going quietly as WBC news radio was reported near. Janey received the report into suspended Police Commissioner Dennis White at the end of April. However, White's attorney Nick Carter, says his client did not see that report until two hours before Janey spoke at City Hall. Carter, offering comment to a voice memo said this there's already a Boston police commissioner, and that's Dennis White. Acting married. Jamie doesn't have the power to remove him. White is going to court asking for an injunction and a restraining order against his removal. His attorney in that statement says he has nothing against the superintendent who, according to multiple sources, was supposed to ascend today. Nora Bastian Karin Regal WBZ Boston's news radio MARYJANE, He says an independent investigation into the allegations against White revealed a culture of fear and silence within the Boston Police Department. Why was put on leave in February after the allegations of domestic violence surfaced and another update to a scandal within the bpd. Two more officers charged with filing overtime for shifts They didn't work. Former Boston Sergeant George Finch will plead guilty to multiple charges. Allegedly collecting more than $11,000 fraudulently, and current officer Michael Murphy also pleading guilty for collecting $16,000 in overtime. He didn't work 11 people have been charged with in the bpd. Three have pleaded guilty. Newly released surveillance video shows The death of a 31 year old black man repeatedly taste and his cell in January. NBC's Chuck Secrets and has details on that the video shows a spit hold on Jamal Sutherland's head and details Charleston, South Carolina deputies that he couldn't breathe, deputies say Sutherland refused to leave for a bail hearing. He was arrested for alleged fight outside a mental health facility. Mayor John Tech Lindbergh still have war questions and answers Sheriff Christian Graziano support An investigation but not 20 fingers at what its second guessing what other agencies did and didn't do. Sutherland's treatment was for schizophrenia and bipolar. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Right now it is 2 37, and we go to Bloomberg Business. Now that travel is picking up again. One big traditional hotel operator is king into the kinds of trips were taking Marriott is growing. It's rental home business with properties that Bloomberg pursuits Travel editor Nikki Eckstein says can be good for big family gatherings or destination weddings. You might want.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bacon and juicy chicken all for just five bucks. Secure the bag with the most value. Get the biggie bag Pricing participation may very rob Tackle a WBC is traffic on the threes Accurate the forecast with mad bends all what a great weekend we've got coming sunshine clouds today a passing shower campy ruled out but nothing significant 75 to 80 degrees today. If you're on the cape down the islands you're in the sixties. Today. Patchy clouds mild tonight only down to about 64 alone And then tomorrow partly sunny and afternoon shower in spots 74 to 78 sixties. On the Cape and islands right now, with bright sunshine in Boston, 65 degrees local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. Some Charlie Bergeron. Here are the five things you need to know What 8 15 Boston's Police Commissioner, Dennis White on leave from his position due to allegations of domestic violence now in court to try to block the city from firing him. Ah, former Boston police officer and one current officer pleading guilty Charges connected to an investigation into overtime fraud at the department's evidence, warehouse shootings and Lawrence and in New Bedford in the past 24 hours and two are dead. Homer Fall River Mayor Jason Korea has been found guilty on federal extortion and fraud charges. Theo gasoline shortage along parts of the east coast following the shutdown of the colonial pipeline..

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees in Boston at seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bird run, and here's what's happening. Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey pushing to House Boston's top cop any yesterday, releasing potentially devastating details of an investigation into domestic violence allegations dating back More than 20 years, but is WBC's Karen Regal reports suspended Police Commissioner Dennis White not going quietly as WBC news radio was reported Mary Jane he received the report into suspended police Commissioner Dennis White at the end of April. However, White's attorney Nick Carter, says his client did not see that report until two hours before Janey spoke at City Hall. Carter, offering comment to a voice memo said this there's already a Boston police commissioner and that's Dennis White. Acting Mayor Janie doesn't have the power to remove him. White is going to court asking for an injunction and a restraining order against his removal. His attorney in that statement says he has nothing against the superintendent who, according to multiple sources, was supposed to ascend today. Nora Bastian Karin Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio. And he says an independent investigation into the allegations against White revealed the culture of fear and silence within the Boston Police Department. Why it was put on leave in February after the alleged domestic violence, accusations surfaced. Well, you can add two more names to the list of those charged in the Boston police overtime scheme. Former Boston police sergeant George Finch will plead guilty to multiple charges for collecting more than $11,000 for overtime hours. He never worked, and current officer Michael Murphy also pleading guilty for collecting $16,000 in overtime. He didn't work. 11 people have been charged. Three have pleaded guilty. It was a one time wonder kind. But now former Fall River mayor JSA while Korea facing sentencing after he's found guilty on 21 of 24 federal charges to believe easy's Tim Dunn breaks down. The conviction returned yesterday. The 21 counts Korea's found guilty of include extortion, wire fraud and filing false tax returns. It was guilty verdicts are from when he first defrauded investors out of over $200,000 for a nap he created called Snow Owl. Korea used that money to buy luxury watches, cars and clothing in to pay for vacations. He was arrested on those charges in October of 2018. Then, nearly a year later in September of 2019, he was again arrested by federal authorities for extorting marijuana vendors looking to do business in the city. The jury did find him not guilty on three counts. However, one of them a bribery charge relates to the kickbacks he received in the salary of his former assistant, Jenna and raid. The other two are related to the extortion of a Rolex Watch. Korea has been released with a GPS tracking bracelet until a sentencing hearing, which is scheduled for September. 20th Tim Don WBZ Boston's news radio shooting in New Bedford leaves one dead. This was yesterday. At a rich Dale convenience store on Brock Avenue in the city, South end police finding a wounded man who was taken to ST Luke's Hospital where he died from his injuries. And then Lawrence. A man found shot dead yesterday. Has been identified as 25 year old Edward Harvey ER found dead at about 8 30 yesterday morning in the backyard of 4 61 Behavioral Street. The Essex County district attorney's office is Harvey or suffered multiple gunshot wounds. So far. No word of any arrests. Seven Oh, three to wear a mask or not, Where a mass what? We're getting that question a lot lately. Our Let's get to that story in just a couple of minutes..

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Highways to the north are good. That includes the upper end of 1 28, 4 95, Andrew one, My King, deputy busies traffic on this Reese, right. It looks like the rain is filling back into the city of Boston again and again. Light showers out there right now, certainly seeing the heavier of this rain to the north and the West, especially seeing some downpours right out there long route to is you make your way through lemon Stir and Gardner and Fitchburg. And parts of the Berkshires later on tonight, we'll just see if you leftover showers late, patchy fog filling back in as all this moves out temperatures staying pretty much study within a couple of degrees either side of 50. Now tomorrow, the fog burns off in the morning, and we have a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. Not a bad day, actually behind your 65. Except for one factor here. The fact that the wind is going to be quite gusty who got gusts up to 50 Miles an hour, especially during the afternoon and evening hours, So just watch your porch furniture. Might decide to take a trip. Otherwise, tomorrow night. Mostly cloudy with the winds dying down a bit a couple of showers as well. Later, on and alone. You're 45. It's 47 right now in Nashua, New Hampshire, and it's raining, raining as well in Springfield at 56. 53 some clouds work now in New Bedford and right now in Boston at 7 35, some light rain and 49. Well, it turns out, we're gonna have to wait a bit longer to learn the fate of Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White WBC's Karen Regal tells us why Commissioner White was on the job two days when he was put on paid leave in February after decades old domestic violence allegations service involving his then wife, also a Boston police officer. Then Mayor Marty Walsh's office indicated it did not know of those allegations..

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have cloudy skies in Boston. It is 5 30 on this Thursday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jim McKay. And here's what's happening as we continue another day in the impeachment trial of former President Trump has more disturbing. And new footage was shown from the Capitol attack on January 6000 pizzeria manager spent their second day of former President Trump's impeachment trial building their case that Mr Trump was solely to blame for last month's attack on the Capitol Word Island Congressman Dave Cecil Eating fax are On January 6 Donald Trump did not once Condemned this attack. He did not once. Condemned the Attackers. In fact, on January 6th, the on Lea Persson. He condemned His own vice president. Before the session adjourned. Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee accuses Selenia of incorrectly quoting him during his presentation. Shipments were attributed attributed to me repeatedly. As to which I have personal knowledge because I am the source. They are not true. I never made those statements. I ask that they be stricken. Lead manager Jamie Raskin argued that the statements were in fact correct but agreed to withdraw with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. Daria Aldinger, ABC NEWS 5 32 Black clergy members in Boston are saying that police Commissioner Dennis White is being unfairly targeted. He's now on administrative leave after allegations of domestic violence surfaced from 20 years ago. Just two days after he was sworn in. Superintendent in chief Gregory Long is now serving as the acting police commissioner. On Wednesday. Reverend Eugene Rivers, demanding that Mayor Walsh reinstate Dennis White, also calling for racial diversity for members on the independent investigation that's now looking into the allegations. White was accused of domestic violence by his ex wife in the late nineties and had a restraining order against him and Olympic Committee resignation. A. B C's Anthony Trotter explains from Tokyo. Japan's public broadcaster reports the embattled president of the Tokyo Olympics Organizing committee is resigning. 83 year old Yoshino Morty has been in serious hot water.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"45. U S Senate Committee set to vote next Thursday confirmed Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, his Labor secretary Governor, Charlie Baker, announcing capacity limits and businesses going up from 25% to 40% starting on Monday. Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says she regrets some of her past comments as the House considers removing her from Committee assignments. Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White's on administrative leave after years old domestic violence allegations come to light the Boston Police Department being asked to be more transparent in its investigation of one of its own WBC's James RoHaas tells US city counselors wanted know if officers participated in the capital riot last month. Counselors Andrea Campbell and Julia Mahia say they're concerned about reports that a Boston police officer May have been a part of what they call the insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. They say it's not enough to conduct a thorough investigation into any officers who may have participated in the events. But it's imperative that a report of the investigation's findings be made public. Boston police can't say much but do confirm there is an active investigation after tweets were shared with the department's Bureau of Professional Standards. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio, The Justice Department spend busy, They're requesting assistance in prosecuting the capital riot cases there have been 400 suspects identified in hundreds of arrests. There's so many prosecutions resulting from the January 6th right at the Capitol. The U. S attorney's office in Washington, D. C is overwhelmed. ABC News has learned. The Justice Department issued an urgent plea for help asking US attorney's offices around the country to spare a prosecutor or two to help handle the case load. The prosecution's involve anything from unlawful entry and disorderly conduct. Possible charges of conspiracy and sedition that is ABC, Sam and his trusty the Defense Department tackling and a parent growing issue. Extremism in the ranks sent Secretary Lloyd Austin has told military leaders to talk to troops about the issue. He's ordering a stand down for that to happen. A Pentagon spokesman says The attack on the capital was a wake up call some of the National Guard personnel assigned to Washington afterwards where either sent home Or not deployed at all, because background checks turned up some issues, including potential ties to extremist groups. CBS is Carrie McCormick, more than 500 members of the Massachusetts National Guard now in Washington, D C. Helping to maintain security there. WBZ TV reports The guard will be working with local and federal law enforcement, including the Secret Service and the District of Columbia National Guard, The guard says, said least 5000 troops will remain in the city through mid March, providing assistance for such things as security, communications, medical evacuation, logistics and safety support. There were about 25,000 Guard members in D. C around the presidential inauguration. Marijuana is legal in Massachusetts. But if you have a past conviction that's still on your record, and there is a renewed effort to fix that is quite the quandary right now, with pot in the Commonwealth. He apply for a job, apartment or other states services and that prior marijuana conviction will show up on your criminal record. It's been a problem in all states that have gone the legalization route. Massachusetts has yet to pass significant legislation to allow people to have their records expunged. And in past attempts, it failed to get widespread support on Beacon Hill and has received pushback from law enforcement. This has been a similar problem in Washington state in Colorado. It took them several years to allow people to request expungement. You can technically do that right now. In Massachusetts, however, it's time consuming costly and usually requires a court appearance. Legislation could fast track that process. Jim McKay, WBC Boston's news radio. Quincy Man is being held without bail pending of dangerousness hearing after being arraigned today on charges that include kidnapping and assault and battery. Matthew McAuliffe allegedly held a woman identified as his girlfriend against her will and assaulted. Her police were called to your residence yesterday after a called 911 Police credit neighbors for contacting them and providing information along with them too quickly locate the victim. Police have Dayton identifying those involved in the vandalism incident that occurred. It died in Rehoboth High School over the weekend. In the fall of doughnuts on the school fields. Police were able to identify a vehicle observed in the area of the high school field in those responsible were identified and have been in contact with the Dayton Police Department and school administrators. At the request of the high school police turned the matter over to school district officials. A new government report says baby food from some of the country's largest manufacturers is tainted with toxic heavy metals report says. Compared to the levels allowed by the FDA and bottled water. The results were up to 91 times the arsenic level up to 69 times, the cadmium level and up to 177 times the lead level. We asked all seven companies for comment. Those who responded said they're committed to safety. All told us they either comply with government standards have developed their own internal Kuala The in testing standards or both, and several said they're part of the Baby Food Council, a group formed with the goal of voluntarily reducing heavy metals in baby food. CBS Susanna Warner Legislations being drafted by some Democratic congressional representatives to beef up FDA oversight. Real estate market's still white hot during the pandemic, low inventory prices off the tarts dozens of offers for every home. There is frustration, desperation, even heartbreak for prospective Homebuyers. WBC's came to Nicholas spoke with a Cape Cod realtor who debunks the myth that cash is actually the king. Be cash, or can you Katie Clancy, team leader at the Cape House team for William Ray? Vis, Cape Cod says you can. She suggests buyers interested in a house Google. Everyone involved the owners, realtors and attorneys to see if there's any kind of connection. She calls this creating emotional capital for all you know, the people who are selling the house are Of your parents. Oh, my God. Kimmy. They feel like they've got it. There's some connection rather than this stranger coming in to buy this whole myth living their kids. They got married, so they have a connection with someone can sometimes put you right across the edge. Clancy also suggests using a realtor who's well known and well liked in the industry. You want some evidence agent that you're working with someone that other agents want to work with? Because that's gonna matter, And she reminds people always work with a licensed realtor.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Encouraging news in the weekly unemployment report. First time claims are lower than expected, and there's a drop in the number of long term claims were turning a quarter here. It's slow progress, but it's good news, and I think that with the combination of The virus. Slowing down a bit is actually picking up a bit. We're gonna start to see these numbers get better as we headed for the month of February and March. That's chief market strategist Art Hogan with National Security's problems at the top Boston's new police commissioner, Dennis White, placed on leave after disturbing allegations from two decades ago. This was Boston Mayor Marty Walsh just last week at the swearing in. He certainly is a season and well respected veteran of the Boston Police Department. It was a domestic incident with White will keep you posted on that more than 500. Members of the Massachusetts National Guard are now in wash. In D. C. To help maintain security will be there in the next few weeks. I'm Germany Holland now. W. RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com Traffic center. It's busy but moving on the expressway South band between the O'Neill in the split No delays there. The North bound sides looking good from Braintree to Boston and downtown, your okay on the Leverett, The Tobin and the sake. Um, the upper and lower decks moving well, it's OK inside the airport tunnels and the O'Neill Pike's wide open from Boston to 4, 95 and back. Looks like you're slow on the little connector South bound before 4 95. Some road work. They're not bad on Route three to the South Shore from Braintree, down the Plymouth and back there doing some work on the cape on Route six. Westbound in West John with your slow before Willow Street for the road work down there on the Cape. Looking pretty good on 24 from Randolph down to fall River and a nice ride towards word island on the lower end of 95. It's all clear from Canton down to protected Both sides you find 95 towards New Hampshire is a good ride as well between Peabody and national and no big delays for now along routes to.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police commissioner for the city of Boston WBC's Karen Regal has more on his introduction. So help me God. Congratulations. Commissioner Dennis White Raise his right hand was sworn in by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as Boston's 43rd police commissioner, the second black man to hold the post after just retired William Cross, who adjusted his successors lapels and was there to watch. White spoke of his mother who died in 2014 and of a dream she had there was that I would meet President Obama. Next that I would be the Boston police commissioner five months later. 2014. I lost my mom to cancer in March of 2015. I had the honor of meeting and taking a picture with President Obama. So today, February 1st 2021 Nepalese dream came true. Faneuil Hall, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, There's no 406. There have been some positives to take out of some of the recent cove in 19 numbers in Massachusetts. The latest from Monday years, WBC's Carl Steven. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been more than half a million confirmed cases of the virus in Massachusetts. That's according to this latest update from the State Department of Public Health, which shows nearly 2300 confirmed cases of the virus. Bringing the total to more than 500,000. The number of estimated active cases that fewer than 72,000 is the lowest number of this new year. The number of covert patients in hospitals that 1676 Is the same as the previous day. And there are 30 new confirmed covert deaths, bringing that total to 14,317 Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio.

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"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Congratulations. Commissioner Dennis White Raise his right hand was sworn in by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as Boston's 43rd police commissioner, the second black man to hold the post after just retired William Cross, who adjusted his successors lapels and was there to watch. White spoke of his mother who died in 2014 and of a dream she had there was that I would meet President Obama. Next that I would be the Boston police commissioner. Five months later in 2014. I lost my mom to cancer. In March of 2015. I had the honor of meeting and taking a picture with President Obama. So today, February 1st 2021 Nepalese dream came true. Faneuil Hall Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, a federal grand jury, opening an investigation into some former but through and city officials, the Globe reports investigators are trying to find out if they conspired with the former police chief, Jo Solomon. And one of his captains to cover up a union contract that gave the chief and others sky high salaries. Officials say male or wire fraud charges could be on the horizon for city officials involved if the investigators find that they helped to cover up costs of that contract. Dustin Pedroia announcing his retirement today, the Red Sox second basement, calling it a career after battling injuries for the better part of 2018 2019 and missing the 2020 season. That sucks second baseman is moving on WBC's match here spoke to someone who knows all about the injury that kept Pedroia in the dugout. Dustin Pedroia has been a familiar face around Fenway for 14 years. But former Red Sox team Dr Thomas Gill is familiar with more than just his face injuries. Shorter injuries. Soft tissue injury sprain strains that type of thing, but the one that ultimately ended Pedroia is career was an articular cartilage injury of the knee. Dr. Gill, who is now the chairman of orthopedic surgery for Stuart Healthcare, says those are very hard to treat and only get worse when you're over 30 when you play the position so hard, the way he did really would sacrifice his body for any ball that we get to the procedure he had is not always successful. So while some Sox fans may have held out hope for one last PD season, Dr Gil saw this coming. There's no surprises. I'm able to continue, Unfortunately, because what a great player what a great athlete he's been, that's your WBZ Boston's news radio It was a year ago today, coach 19 was first detected in Massachusetts. Last week, Officials from the World Health Organization landed the Wuhan, China to investigate the origins of that virus. CBS is Rami Innocents, SEAL tells US China is perpetuating in anywhere but here narrative when it comes to where it all began. Fighting administration says Chinese officials are spreading misinformation. Let history be the judge Peter Dash. Jackie is a U. S based investigator and part of the W H O team here. He says the work so far has been productive. Today, the team.

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