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"dennis white" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:11 min | 8 months ago

"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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"dennis white" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"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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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:05 min | 8 months ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dennis White after careful deliberation after this morning's hearing, Biden administration calling June a month of action as they try to meet their goal of getting 70% of Americans vaccinated a shake up in the Celtics front office, Danny Ainge is retiring and head coach Brad Stevens promoted to president of basketball operations. And President Biden arrives in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, after meeting with Senator Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia. She's the top Senate Republican negotiator on infrastructure. The president is pushing a $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal, while the GOP offered a counterproposal of more than $900 billion. CBS is Natalie brand has more on the continuing negotiations. The White House has expressed concern The Republican plan does not include money for additional priorities include fixing V A hospitals. Removing lead pipes and funding clean energy jobs. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge has indicated there needs to be some kind of clarity on the direction of the bill by next Monday, when Congress returns from its recess. In a letter to Senate Democrats, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said they would take up the bill this summer wither without Republican support, and Senator Manchin says he's opposed the president's plan to raise corporate taxes to 28%. Referring corporations pay 25%. Instead, the White House may be open to the compromise. Growing marijuana indoors accounts for 10% of all industrial energy consumption in Massachusetts. That's according to the Northeast Sustainable Cannabis Project, a representative for the group says that goes against the state's goal of reducing greenhouse gasses. San for Lewis calls on lawmakers at a hearing earlier to let marijuana growers use organic farming practices, which could lead to more cultivation outside a state Supreme Court ruling could have you thinking twice about what you text on your cell phone, WBC's Carl Stevens reports. Jorge Delgado. Rivera of Massachusetts may have thought he'd win this cocaine trafficking case when a Middlesex County judge ruled that text that he had sent to an alleged drug dealer in Texas were not admissible because on his cell phone, he had a reasonable expectation of privacy. The problem is that those texts like all texts, Ended up on somebody else's cell phone. That is why the state Supreme Court has ruled there is no expectation of privacy. Two techs are admissible, the court writes, a recipient can forward the contents of the message to hundreds of thousands of people at once or post a message on social media for anyone with an Internet connection to view Bottom line. Be careful what your text because it could be used against you in court. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. The Olympics in Japan are just a few weeks away now, and there's still calls to postpone the games again or cancel them out right. A BCS and his day look, Utara reports, A number of Olympic volunteers are now having second thoughts. Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics say about 10,000 volunteers have withdrawn from the Games. As of Tuesday, They were among the 80,000 volunteers of the organized In committee had secured for the Tokyo Games. The withdrawal of volunteers began in February after the organizing committee chairman made comments. Some viewed a sexist but others air now, citing fear of infection. The games were already postponed by one year due to the Corona virus pandemic and as delicate Terry ABC News at the Foreign Desk. U. S Russian relations appeared ahead another low Russia's upper house of parliament, has voted to withdraw from the open skies treaty after the Biden administration said it wouldn't renew it. Treaty allowed for surveillance flights over military facilities. This could also tightened travel restrictions on diplomats in both countries. It comes just ahead of the plan summit between President Biden and Putin. The treaty was intended to build trust between the two sides. Back here at home. Authorities and Hanson want to spread with word after multiple residents report seeing at least one black bear roaming in the area. It's not a typical complaint filed that Hanson P D. We had a call came in that it was sitting in their backyard. But it's also not the first as the imposing, often timid and constantly hungry animals have been spotted all over town, according to Hanson, police chief Michael Mitch. Most of the sightings are taking place. Suffer with 58 near the Whitman line. Rockland they were seen in the panel. The line. It's not likely you'll be attacked. But if you see a bear, make some noise, then try to get him to wander off. They don't really want to interact with humans. They're just looking for food. So says the chief. Secure trash barrels inside. If you have compost, get one that's bear proof or stop for a short period of time. Bird feeders seem to be his favorite. If you take away that food source, he should wander off. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's NewsRadio. British researchers find no fans and the pubs they claim no amount of alcohol is safe. The study of more than 25,000 people in the UK found even so called moderate drinking adversely affect nearly every part of the brain of the more alcohol consumed the lower the brain volume. Even modest alcohol consumption had a negative effect, the researchers found. Alcohol explained up to 8.8% change in gray matter volume, which doesn't seem like much, but it's far bigger than any other. Factors four times the contribution, for instance of smoking or obesity. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London, Italian scientists are working to create a robot that can detect all kinds of emotions. They say the benefits could help patients with a range of mental health disorders. CBS is Ian Lee has more right now someone has to wear sensors for the robot to recognize their emotions. The next step may seem like something out of science fiction to give Abel a human brain, with the help of tissue taken from stem cells organized basically a nagra good of stem cells, which self assemble and self organized. To resemble the structure and function off many human organ. Scientists say that would allow able to read our expressions all on his own and if they're successful Expect the team and able to look a bit smug. Family. CBS NEWS The Loop podcast updated every morning and every afternoon of everyday major developments on a number of story..

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"dennis white" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:17 min | 8 months ago

"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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"dennis white" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBUR

"Force, an additional police training. Legislation passed by just one vote with even some Democrats in opposition. Forecasters are warning the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will be an active one. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released an updated outlook today just ahead of the June 1st start of the hurricane season. Coming off the busiest hurricane season on record last year. Acting NOA administrator been, Friedman says coastal areas should brace for another busy year. Noah's outlook for the 2021 Atlanta hurricane season indicates that an above normal season is Most likely the outlook is for 13 to 20 named storms up to 10 of them Hurricanes with 3 to 5 major hurricanes. Forecasters say the active hurricane period is due in part to a combination of warm ocean temperatures and weaker win cheer and trade winds. Meteorologist are already watching a weather system in the Atlantic Ocean That's expected to strengthen into the first named storm of the season, but it should pose no threat to land. Debbie Elliott NPR news when it comes to who is getting vaccinated against covert 19 and who isn't geographical patterns are clearly emerging. While experts say a multitude of factors are to blame, ranging from political leanings from religious beliefs to income and education levels. Northeast clearly has the highest rates from one is the most vaccinated state with 64%, which population receiving at least one dose. Compare that to Mississippi with just 32% of residents vaccinated. You're listening to NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Josie Glory No in Boston, but judge is considering whether to temporarily block Boston's acting mayor Kim Janie from firing the police commissioner. Jamie is trying to remove Dennis White following an outside investigation into decades old domestic violence allegations..

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"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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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To City Hall from the acting mayor, also deflecting the question about the fate of Boston suspended Police commissioner saying she expects a report on the investigation into Dennis White to be completed this week. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio coming up on WBZ, there could be more charges connected to the death of George Floyd. 34 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic God the threes Getting from here to there has been a real challenge today, Mike to save to say the least here have been, Yeah, Things are pretty awful on the upper end of 1 28 North bound. We've got delays that stretch from Winter Street right up into Lexington again from wind street up into Wakefield and again from 95 past Lowell Street South bound to grind from one day and Beverly back into Peabody. 93 stuff coming out of the tunnel. It's like that most of the way a past commerce way in the usual delays on Route three North bound route 62 up into Bill Rika. Oh, how about Ruwan? Let's check in here with the WBC news radio road report. Everything runs out of steam. Your wonder uptown started back around sergeant streakers theories, but he really top heading all going up the hill toward route 99, Saugus. After that, the delays become a little more sporadic on again, off again slowdowns up toward the Littlefield tunnel, but definitely not fun. Kristen acting the WBC news radio road report. Yeah, There's the expressway Just problematic. Today. South bounds Just a grind from the tunnel to Columbia Road. Granted, have all the way to reach 24 north founds at a standstill Now, Braintree up into East Milton. I'm just getting word of a crash. I believe it's right under the East Milton Square Overpass just happened. 95 South is backed up before we won 40 down past 4 95. 1 28 South is stalled out Highland have all the way down onto 93 north to route 24, but a half a Knauer from Needham to Randolph, A downtown The Ted Williams Ted Williams Tunnel Chand up both directions. The lower decks back to Assembly Square. Storrow Drive back to Mass half my king WBC's traffic on the three..

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"dennis white" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"dennis white" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"If you're running into a brick wall because your legs are tired and you can't make the watts like you used to could when you refresh fresh. That's your body telling you the rest. Listen to it. It's valuable piece of training advice and again. I don't think hey i can do that. That's but you're whoop. Can you use your whoop to take in to account. And i have this conversation with phil. Every time he calls me after. He's in the red and we talk about okay. You're in the red. But how do you feel think about it. Do you feel tired. You feel good or or is the whoop telling you they say this jedi mind trick anyway. That's a whole different. Podcast is well. How do you feel if tired. Rest if great. Continue on but remember my greg wrestling with the grill. Algae this is an example when you let the gorilla win your body and your legs. They're the boss in this case the grill. And if they're telling you know moss rest rod less and then switch over to the high intensity inner work. I promise i see this happen with athletes a lot and it used to happen a lot with the u twenty three national team athletes. I coached the in the manner of two weeks. They would go from really tired riding like crap to arrest week a few interval sessions. And then it's like flipping a switch the switch for base race and then their power is create and they go on to smash a race so that's number two in the really just to go back to number one. The number one reason to switch from based race is if you're about to start racing soon. That's our number one reason soon as in six weeks or less when you're hungry like the wolf to steal the duran duran song cage tiger frothing at the mouth and you're motivated to ride harder than the the base training has stated number five previously. That's it that's the top ten reasons to switch from based race that is a continuation from our podcast two years ago for the north american in northern hemisphere athletes. That is relevant to your training right now. Because you're either wrapping up your base or beginning to do your interval training as it relates to the racing this spring. The racing is coming back here in colorado. We have some collegiate racing that the amateur levels can do. That's happening in april in. May i do think we will see the return of maybe some bigger races hopefully june and july and then maybe god willing get back to some normalcy in the second half of the year. And i hope see you. All the steamboat gravel. That could be our first return to a big race but thank you so much for listening. That's all. I got a been recording. These thirty to thirty five minute podcasts lately. 'cause i can get in make the point not bore you to death keep from digressing and then hopefully you can take those in in a to your training right away. Thanks for listening. Hit us up on. Our form formed out fast cat. Coaching dot com. To ask as your question about your switching from based on race and remember don't just sweet spot all year round..

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"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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Boston Ministers, Officers Call On Walsh To Reinstate New Police Commissioner

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Boston Ministers, Officers Call On Walsh To Reinstate New Police Commissioner

"That that Boston Boston police police Commissioner Commissioner Dennis Dennis White White be be reinstated. reinstated. As As he he was was placed placed on on leave leave just just days days after after being being sworn sworn in when decades old allegations of domestic abuse resurfaced. WBC's James RoHaas joining us live and telling us Supporters believe he's been unfairly targeted. Jim. So Mayor Marty Walsh and his administration are facing criticism for how is handling the investigation into the new commissioner, Reverend Eugene Rivers. The third and other black clergy members walked in this white back on the job as the investigation takes place. The Boston Globe reports. They and the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers believe that domestic violence allegations from 22 years ago were known as White moved up the ranks and that he's not facing undue scrutiny because he's black now. Supporters added that they do not condone domestic violence or oppose the current investigation. They just want to see it take place before any decision about whites. Future is made The city not commenting, inciting independent investigation. James RoHaas

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So here's what's happening a lot right now in Washington, Boston there Marty Walsh, making his case to be the next secretary of labor before The U. S. Senate is a Senate committee hearing underway and this is Mayor Wall. For the past seven years. I've had the honor of serving as mayor of my hometown box in Massachusetts. We've proven that we can create a world class economy that works for working people. We secure the $15 minimum wage. We expanded workplace training. We created groundbreaking policies to close gender wage gaps and increase racial equity and businesses, drives as well. We attracted $43 billion of investment We grew the base of jobs is an American major city by nearly 20%. We manage public resource is responsibly, earning a triple a bond rating for each of the seven years for the first time that's ever been done in Boston's history. Mayor Walsh has a long history of involvement with organized labor. He says he'll bring Boston with him to Washington if he's confirmed. WBC's Karen Regal is monitoring and continuing coverage throughout the afternoon with Karen on WBZ News radio in the I Heart radio APP. After only a couple of days on the job, the Boston Police Department's new commissioner is on leave the WBZ TV. I team says Mayor Walls plays Dennis wide on leave after domestic violence allegations from the past resurfaced. James RoHaas from police headquarter the allegations of domestic violence made against Dennis White or from over two decades ago, Mayor Walsh calling them disturbing issues and says they were not known to him or his staff Just days ago, the mayor says this of white as he was being sworn in as commissioner, I'm confident he will continue the Boston Police Department's reputation. As a leader in community policing. And advance the.

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the way 31 degrees. Right now we'll get to 40 later on. Thanks for being with us this Thursday morning. I'm Jeff Brown. And here's what's happening. Some encouraging news in the weekly unemployment report just released from the Labor Department. First time claims are lower than expected, and there's a drop in the number of longtime claims as well. We bring in chief market strategist Art Hogan Art Hogan with National Security's this morning. Art. Is there a hidden message in that number the long term unemployment claims. Yeah, That's a great question, And I would say there is what we're seeing. Is that numbers to getting back to where we were in November? So we saw post Thanksgiving in holiday season surgeon and unemployment claims that's starting to dissipate with. This is the third week in a row. We've seen this number come down, so I think that's a good sign that that at the very least, some of these pandemic related layoffs are slowing down and hopefully some light at the end of the tunnel. How much of the continuing claims number is it because people have just given up looking for work? I would say that when when they calculate that number and put in seasonal adjustments you're likely to say about 40% of that is just people that are no longer of the able to access long term unemployment. So unless and until we get a new AIDS baggage, there are those people have fallen off the dole so this number probably represents in total about 60% of people that are unemployed. In about 40% Don't show up. Alright, overall what you're seeing from the Labor Department this morning. Do you take this as good news? I do. Take this good news. We got an ADP report that came out yesterday. That is a foreshadowing of what the jobs number might look like this week. And I think we're turning a quarter here. So it Zillow progress, But it's good news. And I think that with the combination of the virus slowing down a bit in vaccine picking up a bit, we're gonna start to see these numbers get better as we head into the month of February and March. Good to talk to you again. Art Hogan, chief market strategist of National Security is the market is set to open higher. Dow futures are up 45 points and this morning Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says America has some tough months ahead in dealing with the Corona virus pandemic. And for that reason, she says, it is critical that Congress passed President Biden's $1.9 trillion relief package. The House has passed that on record reconciliation already, it's off to the Senate for debate and votes today and tomorrow off the job just days after getting the job. Dennis White, Boston's new police commissioner, is now on leave on disturbing allegations more from WBC's James RoHaas. The city of Boston has had three different police commissioners in less than seven days. William Grass retired Friday. Dennis White was sworn in as top cop on Monday. But today superintendent in chief Gregory along is serving as acting commissioner. Mayor calls the domestic violence allegations.

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning. I'm done. Huff. Here's what's happening. Austin's new top cop is off the job. Dennis White placed on leave by Mayor Marty Walsh, while an outside investigation into what the mayor calls disturbing issues is conducted here's WBC TVs and Regis Rodriguez. According to eye team sources. Years ago, Dennis White was involved in a domestic incident and White's wife at the time accused him. Hitting her and threatening to shoot her and a restraining order was issued. There was an internal investigation and white State on the job. The item is also reporting tonight that his wife is a Boston police officer. Has been on paid medical leave for at least five years. The couple is now divorced. The city has hired an outside lawyer to investigate and white is now on leave all of this coming after the sudden retirement of Commissioner William Cross last week. In a statement released tonight late tonight, Mayor Walsh writes quote. These disturbing issues were not known to me or my staff but should have been at the forefront. Mayor Walsh says that Superintendent in chief Gregory Long will now serve as acting commissioner Long will be the third commissioner the city has had in the past week. Mayor Walsh is in the nation's capital for today's Senate confirmation hearing on his nomination to be the Bidet administration's labor secretary. Boston City Council votes to skip any special election. Should the mayor be confirmed as a member of the Biden administration? Here's WBC's carrying regal. If the city were to do things by the book, Boston could have four elections between now in November, a preliminary and a special election depending on when Major Walsh vacates the office and then the regular preliminary an election this fall. During a pandemic and a fiscal crisis that seemed unwise to many. So counselor Ricardo Arroyo introduced the home rule petition to just let the council president be the acting mayor for a bit. The vote docket 0155 his received Well votes in the affirmative, and one president, counselor. George, who was running for mayor voted president Counselors. Campbell and Wu, who are also running voted Yes, the Legislature must approve the home rule petition. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, the latest covert 19 numbers for the Commonwealth. In this report from WBC news, Carl Stevens. We are pumping the brakes a little bit on the road to recovery, while the latest daily virus update from the state Department of Public Health does show a decline in the estimated number of active covert cases in the state, now down to more than 64,000. There's been a slight increase in the number of virus patients in hospitals upto 1635. There are also 53 new, confirmed covered related deaths, bringing that total in Massachusetts. 14,415 1. Positive trend, though that continues in this latest report is a decline in the seven day positivity rate.

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here's what's happening. Boston's new top cop is off the job tonight, Dennis White has been placed on leave by Mayor Marty Walsh, while an outside investigation into what the mayor calls disturbing issues is conducted The Globe reporting that in 1999 White had threatened to shoot his former wife, also a police officer, a charge that White had denied in court filings. White sworn in just this past Monday, succeeding William Gross, who retired last week. Superintendent in chief, Gregory Long, has been named acting Police Commissioner Mayor Walsh in the nation's capital for tomorrow's Senate confirmation hearing on his nomination to be the Biden administration's labor secretary. Rhode Island Governor Gina Re Mondo bidding farewell to her state tonight, using her final state of the state message to praise the resilience and sacrifice of Rhode Island citizens during the pandemic. Re Mondo is awaiting Senate confirmation to be secretary of Commerce in the Biden administration. The latest coronavirus numbers for the Commonwealth. The latest virus update from the state Department of Public Health shows that the road to whatever normal is going to be is going to be a long one. After seeing regular declines in the number of covert patients in hospitals in the state. This latest update shows the number actually going up just by a few by 4 to 1635. The hospitalization capacity right also went up a little bit just proof that we're not getting out of this mess overnight, another reminder that the virus is very much with us. There are 53 new covert related deaths, bringing the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts to 14,415 Carl Steven stop BBC. Boston's news radio governor, Charlie Baker says the state is ramping up its vaccination efforts. And is hoping to administer up to a million vaccines a month by the spring. In the meantime, the governor is urging residents to be patient. Capitol Hill, Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney remains part of the House Republican leadership. House Republicans deciding to stand by Cheney is their number three leader. There had been criticism over Cheney's vote to impeach former president Trump. Republicans also dealing with a controversial congresswoman from Georgia House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, saying Marjorie Taylor Grain told her fellow party members she's sorry for her past conspiracy theories support. I denounce all those Um, comments that were brought up everybody and she came to the floor. She came inside our conference and announce them as well. She said she was wrong. But Green hasn't publicly denounced her. Q and on support. US. Democrats will now vote on whether to remove her from committees. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington That House vote is expected tomorrow. Virginia appears to be on the verge of abolishing the death penalty. The Virginia Senate voted Wednesday to abolish the death penalty, and advocates say the House is expected to follow suit. It would mark a major policy change for the state that's recorded the most executions in U. S history. And since the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976, Virginia, ranks second only to Texas in the number of executions carried out. But there have been no executions in Virginia. Since 2017 have no death sentences have been imposed since 2011 on Lee. Two men remain on Virginia's death row. The Senate bill would commute.

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You. Yankee. See one Ocean Frank again. Superintendent Dennis White being sworn in as New Bpd COMMISH today. Germany Holland WBC Boston's news radio off to the roadways Now at 7 33 Every 10 minutes we checked traffic and weather together. We get started is always with Lori Grandee and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How's it looking? Well, Jeff, we do have some issues out there. The roads still in pretty good shape in our area. 93 south on just watch out for cars that went off the road into the media 93 south on my route 37 the expressway north and heavy seven Hill to South Hampton Street, but it's actually not as bad as it was earlier. Lever Connector is fluctuating. It's moving, but it's you know, it's not. It's a lot of people out there, but it's moving. Okay, getting out the store will drive. Just getting word of a problem. Now on 1 28 south on a Jeep is overheating in the breakdown lane. That's what's going on there, right by 93. All right, let's check in now on the Route one with Krista Neck and they'll be busy news radio traffic copter. Laurie. Things are looking good here on Route one South found out a Topsfield heading down toward Chelsea and the Tobin Bridge about 25 minutes overall to make that trip, with no big issues getting by the lane, dropping 99 or into the work so down in Chelsea. Kristen acting the WBC news radio traffic copter Alright to 90 West found the right hand lane is taken up for emergency vehicles as they deal with the crash right by College Square in Worcester to 90 westbound, also by armored Street, A crash versus a car versus a tractor trailer crashed being cleared there in Auburn. Laurie granted WBZ is traffic on the three started to see the snowfall in portions of western Massachusetts specifically That's no line is started also to creep in on central mass as well here in the Greater Boston area.

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That, and that is going to be sticking around with us all weekend long we'll have more coming up on that four day forecast with traffic and weather together. In just a few moments. Meantime, at 501 a change in leadership coming to the Boston Police Department. When mayor walks left, I was going to go to Boston Police Commissioner William Grass heard on WBC's night side with Dan Ray last night he will be retiring. And not running for mayor. After all, With more on the decision from William Grass, WBC's James RoHaas joining us live with more good morning, James Good morning, So William Grasses name started being thrown out almost immediately after Mayor Marty Walsh was nominated to join President Biden's Cabinet. He said earlier this month that he would give it deep consideration and that's what he did, as he tells the BBC is Dan Ray on night side. My passion is with law enforcement and I followed my heart and I made a promise to my family. We planned out retirement and when Mayor wash whenever you left I was going to go to so I kept the word to my family, which is important. And he also thanked everyone who was encouraging him to run for mayor, he says that's a blessing to you and being even be considered now. Superintendent Dennis White takes over as acting commissioner today before he is formally sworn in James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio. Alright James at 50 to be patient. That is the message from Governor Charlie Baker to seniors who have been frustrated with the sign up process. Get their vaccinations. WBC's Carl Stevens has more this morning better. Baker said the state will soon have more resource is available to help seniors deal with the vaccination process. But he said, even as the state ramps up the number of vaccination opportunities, there's not enough supply for the demand. They're currently somewhere around a million people.

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"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dennis white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes, No letting up that snow continues to fall along the coast. North Shore South Shore Boston Seeing additional snowfalls gonna be clear and cold tonight, says Dean DeVore, and we'll check in for the wintry details about the cold moving in and the potential for a major snowstorm coming up in 10 minutes. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good Thursday afternoon to you. Here are the five things you need to know. At 1 45 lot going out of Boston today, Mayor Marty Walsh announcing that Boston Police Commissioner William Ross will retire affected tomorrow. And the outgoing mayor has already appointed Dennis White to replace cross white becomes the city's second black police commissioner withdraws being the first Boston City councilor at large and Lisa a zombie. George has announced her run for mayor. And with frustration growing, Governor Baker says today, the state will soon have more resources to help seniors go through the rather problematic vaccination process online. There are new concerns in the United States about the potential threat from the anti government extremist. Just weeks after the deadly siege of the U. S. Capitol. We have a new warning from the Department of Homeland Security. It says the January 6 assault left those groups quote, emboldened and capable of new violence. CBS is Catherine.

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"dennis white" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"dennis white" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"I hope you listeners take a lesson from my story. Don't get married and bet the over. I don't think he'd get married, but the marriage part was in the problem, then is white. But paulie kid. This is a good one. This is right there. Right might really show about Harry's. Hot and be WNBA tips. However. He was one in seventeen last year the guys. He's absolutely delusional. He's out of his mind. Boy, he he's he's in salad. This is a good one. I I have there's some definitely a great story. And even a half of it's true. It's pretty great. That's that's the only thing that bothers me. I read it a few times. How man this if I had to sit down and write a letter that this would be this would be similar to what I would. Right. But I'm gonna to I'm gonna guard. I probably could brother briolettes here. Would you say? Yeah. No. I mean to me, this is probably this might be the best story. We've had so far. Right. You know, it seems like he's got his facts pretty straight here. I mean, he had the may whether McGregor under nine which would. Yeah. Right right at nine nine and a half. Yep. Yeah. Matches up. I mean, the amount of money gets from his parents probably makes about sense of what everything would cost though, I think this is. I think this is legit. I liked to this story Motassedeq. All right, Harry. I agree with Bri. This might really be the best one. We've had I feel for you. Dennis white. Then there with the many ATM trips in the same night. I have to say, yes, I'm I'm putting them in. Okay. I hear you. There little emotional Tate. You wanna make it a clean sweep? Yes. Absolutely. All the way in nothing. Nothing else to say. I mean, just the WNBA common alone shielded at the end. So that was good. That was good that that made me think he really does have problems needs our help. But yeah, I mean, there were two factors here that I could I can relate to the inlaws being mad at him banging on the door. I've been there before and the uncontrollable sobbing on the floor due to gambling for those reasons and many others. Dennis white. Welcome to the the general games fame. You did it. And if you want to be like that and join us Dennis in the rest of us in the degenerate, gamblers all fame reach out cousin Sal against all odds at g mail dot.

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Baltimore cop suspended after viral video shows him punching, kicking man

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Baltimore cop suspended after viral video shows him punching, kicking man

"A Baltimore compass suspended after a viral video shows him repeatedly punching. A man and knocking him down police have not released details of, what led to the encounter but apparently one of the officers knew the man identified as Sean. Maguire, his friend, Terry Williams, was there You, know it was clean See that. This was definitely over aggressive the city's interim police Commissioner was deeply disturbed by the video of, that.

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