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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston pride is welcoming the U. S. Supreme Court ruling that a landmark civil rights law protects gay lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment here's WBZ TV's Michael Krawiec court's decision means that employees no longer have to hide their true identities and worry about being fired because of their sexual orientation or gender identity the supreme court's landmark ruling extends the protections of title seven of the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four to the L. G. B. T. Q. could be ET the six to three decision protects gay lesbian and transgender individuals among others from being discriminated against in the workplace everyone should be able to have people working opportunity no matter what your sexual orientation is gay straight bi pan and etcetera it's a first step it's very much a preliminary step and we have so much more work to do Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey tweeting the decision is a win for LGBTQ people everywhere governor Charlie Baker also weighed in this afternoon I think certainly here in Massachusetts but I would argue across the country it's important for people to not have their employment status jeopardized by their gender identity other sexual preserve persuasion or their sex this is a landmark decision well you know protects thousands and thousands of LGBTQ workers across the nation Janson Wu executive director of glad says the LGBTQ community has been fighting for workplace rights for decades I think this is that a long time coming the vast majority of Americans support fairness for all particular workers and now it's a number of lives that the U. S. Supreme Court agrees but now it's time for Congress and the present to catch up justice to Brett Kavanaugh writing in his dissent that the court is re writing the law which is not what they're supposed to be doing as judges instead he says that's Congress's

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning I'm don Huff here's what's happening governor Charlie Baker looking ahead to re opening the state our goal starting on may eighteen is to begin re opening certain types of businesses in a limited fashion where can be done more safely than under normal operations but this phase in process can't begin until we see sustained downward trends in many of the data elements that we talk about every day the state is reporting more than seventy two thousand covert nineteen cases with more than forty four hundred deaths the governor in Foxboro presiding over the swearing in of the latest class of state police recruits governor Baker says he's extremely proud of the two hundred and forty state police recruits were sworn in as new troopers in a ceremony at Gillette stadium I asked the governor why he decided on a live in person actuation when he won't allow high school seniors to have the same his response the governor needs every single one of those troopers out on the streets now I had mixed feelings about whether or not it made sense to do something like this but I needed to swear the man before they can actually go to work and I need them to go to work this was deemed as a way to accomplish both of those objectives as quickly as we possibly could if we try to do this and small gatherings over the course of many days we would lose time that would otherwise be available for us to get them to work in Foxboro Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio in Boston mayor Marty Walsh says the city is expanding corona virus testing our goal in the coming weeks is to reach at least fifteen hundred tests per day in the city of Boston before last week were testing less than half that rate and even after a significant increase last week we're still hundreds of daily tasks short of the fifteen hundred mark so we certainly have some work to do but we have a plan to get there the mayor says.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their symptoms don Huff WBZ Boston news radio state police say one person died early this morning in a fiery rollover crash in Weymouth troopers responded to the crash on route three south after two AM the car rolled over into the median and then caught on fire the cause of the crash is under investigation police haven't released the name of the victim well the three time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes good afternoon to you and we're gonna start on one twenty eight on the southbound side we have to reduce speeds from an earlier crashes through the Dedham area we thank Barry the WBZ phone for success is still sluggish a little bit after one oh nine down to route one but he says all lanes are open well you will still have a state trooper over in the left shoulder there is some repairs to they will have to be made to the guard rail on one twenty eight south bound so just use some caution stay over to the right to get by there but not not too bad ninety five north is slow at the top in from the Dedham street overpass to one twenty eight in canton route three is okay along the south shore the expressway north bound is heavy from east Milton I'll pass the gas tank and more delays around Columbia road southbound is slow at the Braintree split downtown a lower deck is sluggish coming in from community college under these they can braid celebrity nectarine bounty slow most of the way down to stroke stroke drive west is busy out to Charles circle east bounties heavy of leverage circle soldiers feel road eastbound is sluggish getting by work near western have north of town route one little building volume in the Saugus here in your main street three in ninety three year okay up to New Hampshire rob Paco WBZ's traffic on the threes and now a check of the WBZ four day accu weather forecast this afternoon it's going to be windy and sunny up to forty four thrill feels in the twenties tonight partly cloudy down to thirty tomorrow is.

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Boston: Second Person Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Massachusetts

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Boston: Second Person Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Massachusetts

"Radio concern is growing in Massachusetts over corona viruses second person tests positive for the illness WBZ's don Huff with details health officials say a Norfolk County woman in her twenties who recently traveled to Italy has tested positive she's recovering at home her test results will be sent to the centers for disease control and if confirmed she would be the second case of the virus in Massachusetts the first confirmed case the UMass Boston student is recovering they also say the risk to the public from the virus remains low New Hampshire is dealing with what could be its first coronavirus case a hospital worker who recently traveled to Italy testing positive and is currently at home in Grafton county recovering from what are described as mild symptoms his state test results will be sent to the CDC for

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US imposes new sanctions on Iran

WBZ Midday News

01:02 min | 9 months ago

US imposes new sanctions on Iran

"Says you're right Iranian general costs solemn Mani and others were planning major attacks on for U. S. embassies but president trump and secretary of state Mike Pompeii continue to rebuff questions about what they meant when they say those attacks were quote imminent meanwhile the president is ordered new economic sanctions against Iran targeting senior Iranian officials an important sectors of an economy that is already straining under previous sanctions two members of Massachusetts democratic congressional delegation weigh in on the president's Iran policy we get more from WBZ's don Huff congressman Jim McGovern says the world is not a safer place because of the president's around policy I'm tired of endless wars and I think that there are alternatives here to pursue them and this president doesn't have a clue what he's doing the governor adds diplomacy is a better option than war congressman Steve Lynch says Congress should be involved I wish the president would I live up to its constitutional obligation to inform the Congress so that we can be part of this process and

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening. I'm Don huff, here's what's happening. Actor Kevin Spacey in attendance at today's court hearing in untuckit where he listened as his attorney blasted. Prosecutors WBZ TV's Christina Hager with today's developments Spacey's attorney says prosecutors knew his accuser deleted phone messages from the night of the alleged assault and hid that information. Prosecutors say it was just a misunderstanding. But the defense wasn't buying that. Are you kidding? Kevin Spacey's defense team on the offense bet is unjustified. And it's outrageous. I've never seen a government agency. Protect information and hold back information. The way that it's been held back in this case, he says the man who accused the Oscar winner of groping him or his mother, a former Boston news anchor deleted texts from his phone, went through the phone, and they cleansed it a couple years ago, Heather Unruh publicly accused SP. Casey of getting her starstruck son drunk and sexually assaulting him in the club car restaurant, where the eighteen year old worked prosecutors denied Jackson's allegations space as pleaded not guilty in the case and other court hearing is set for next month. A nine year old boy dies after being pulled from a lake and Hopkinton during the weekend. WBZ TV's, Paul Burton tells us what police are saying purely looks like just a tragic accident, but was supposed to be a fun day at the lake with family, and friends turns deadly after a nine year old boy, named Jorges, Santiago goes under and never comes up. Police say he was in lake mass pennock with other children about fifty feet from the shore. He just kind.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police Bates never pointed a gun at him. But Montas says he thought he was in danger. And then pulled out a folding knife state police say they're considering charges against Montanez. He's from Boston Bates back in court in June. Under report finds the state is not doing. Much when it comes to increasing funding for preschool, the National Institute for early childhood education finds Massachusetts is kind of holding steady when it comes to funding preschool education. The institute is part of what goes university, and it spokesman Stephen Burnitz as misuses can do Massachusetts has not invested more in quality pre K is something of a mystery perhaps Massachusetts been resting on its laurels as a high performer in education overall. It does have a great k twelve system, but increasingly Massachusetts is falling behind in the early years. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio in sports Celtics beat the Pacers ninety nine to ninety one the Celtics lead the series, two nothing. Bruins over the Maple Leafs six to four tying that series at two apiece. The Yankees beat the Red Sox five to three Don huff WBZ. Boston's newsradio. When I grow up. I wanna be new pair of blue. When I grow up. I wanna be kid's first computer. When I grow up, I wanna be glass countertop in new home. When I grow up. I want to be a kid's best birthday present. I I want when I go up I wanna be a warm place on a full day. I grow up I wanna be a fancy back law. I wanna be a bike that races around. I grow up. I wanna be bench on a four trail. I wanna be a rocking chair or NBA skyscraper. I want to be be. I wanna be I wanna be. When.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. Tomorrow's the day. The mullahs report will be released. He oh, see a lot of very strong things come out tomorrow on the eve of the report's release President Trump told Washington's WMA L radio he may take questions after the attorney general's news conference, and Mr. Trump again praised far he's been fantastic attorney general scripted by the horn last week bar said he believes the Trump campaign was spied on the president told WMA AL he believes Barack Obama knew of it which could about pervasive horrible things that were happening. And it would certainly be hard to believe that he didn't know Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House tomorrow morning. The attorney general will hold a news conference on the mole report at nine thirty will be carrying that live. You can listen on your radio or from anywhere. Just say Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty on. Iheartradio. Oh, authorities in Colorado say young woman, they feared might be planning an attack. There has died from a self inflicted gunshot wound. This threat ended with the death of this young woman reportedly infatuated with what to students suicide killers did twenty years ago, but concerns continue school district safety director, John McDonald? Warren's against possible copycats at Columbine or not a tourist attraction, and we're not a place from your common gain inspiration increased security and counseling are planned when schools reopened Lee. Frank CBS news, Denver Denver area schools were closed today. An Hampshire teacher accused of raping a child while working at a Newton summer camp appears in court WBZ TV's Beth Germano from Newton district court special education teacher, how we Leong came to the attention of school officials last December students reporting he was behaving inappropriately, but they say he managed to single out one seventh grade girl at the Rundle at middle school in concord New Hampshire through her freshman year at concord high school, including giving her ride. It's home..

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A racial slur against four DeMarcus cousins, they did conclude. The fan was verbally abusive toward the Golden State bench reaction from Celtics fans makes me so upset to so unnecessary. The is all about. Could have gone further. The ACLU of Massachusetts has filed suit against the city of Fall River WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us it has to do with that city's treatment of panhandlers, Ruth, Berquin senior attorney at a C L U. Massachusetts tells me the Fall River police department is aggressively using an old state statute to target low income people who stand on the side of the road asking for help from people in their cars statute that they're relying on is we think clearly unconstitutional. Hit the first amendment to the United States, constitution and our state constitution. The ACLU filed suit in Bristol superior court asking the court to find that the statutes unconstitutional and order Fall River to no longer use it to target low income individuals Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. The city's lawyer says they disagree with the ACLU and will defend the Fall River police department in sports the Celtics edge the Pacers one fourteen to one twelve Don huff WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Today. Would you sign it to walk to school at the corner? We waited across the street. The stoplight counted down fifteen fourteen. I mean, thirteen we took a left on Carol garden.

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Trump appears upbeat as Mueller probe ends

WBZ Morning News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Trump appears upbeat as Mueller probe ends

"Special counsel submitted. His report on the Russia collusion investigation to attorney general William bar last night. And now it's up to the attorney general to decide when and how to release the report's conclusions Muller was appointed. By deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, twenty two months ago to investigate Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and investigate claims of collusion between the Trump campaign in Russia. Something CBS correspondent Mola langey tells us the president has vehemently denied, it was no collusion. I didn't need Russians to help me when I awoke President Trump has repeatedly denied he had any help from the Russians and has consistently attacked the Muller probe. No collusion. No, nothing all the phony which forty which during the nearly two year. Pro- Muller has charged six of the president's associates with crimes ranging from lying to the FBI to tax evasion. Muller also indicted twenty-five Russian nationals on charges related to hacking or disseminating false information. But it could be a while before the public learns if any of the reports detail. Dell's attorney general William bar will send a summary to congress as soon as this weekend, and then decide which parts to reveal my goal and intent is to get as much information out as I can consistent with the regulation. The White House also wants to see the report prior to congress and local makers are calling for the immediate release of the entire report. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren tweets released, the mullahs report to the American public. Now Representative Jim McGovern says we deserve to know the full unabridged truth, we will settle for nothing less congressman Steve Lynch says what happens next depends on the evidence. Here's WBZ's Don huff with a number of indictments and guilty pleas. Lynch says the special counsel's investigation has gone a lot further than initially expected Lynch, adding the Mueller investigation was limited to Russian election meddling congress. He says can dig deeper what the Knicks of Republicans and Democrats in congress in the house and Senate. It'll have to. Proceed to impeach mentor. Any any other censure? Then it would have to be based on the evidence. Lynch tells nightside's Dan Rae. He can't say whether this will end with

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Around them gunfire. Erupts in a canton neighborhood in what police are investigating as a possible road rage incident. Two cars involved one driver firing several shots at the other. Then taking off no word of any injuries. Police hope surveillance footage from homes will lead them to the drivers and vehicles involved. Two skiers collide on an open trail at cannon mountain ski resort in New Hampshire killing one of them and sending the other to a hospital with several injuries cannons. General manager tells the union leader the skier from out of state who was killed was not wearing a helmet at the time. No names have been released in sports exhibition baseball the Orioles beat the Red Sox four to two Don huff WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Welcome back to the cat show up next. We have Nico. Nico is a member of the shelter pet group. That's right. A group known especially for their sunspot sleeping, ball chasing, leg rubbing, couch purring bed. Leaping. And of course, companionship. Wonderful, and what breed would you say? Nico is. I'd have to go with a tabby ish Persian kind of mix. Temendous cat. I'd also like to point out her coat's wonderful mix of colors is a black gray gray black Brown somewhere in between. Indeed, you know. It's boys special when we get to see a cat like this just look how. It's actually owns the place and how she's so incredibly cute difference to command a strong willed feline. See how she calls up and cuddles her person the pitch on her purring is simply perfect. Nice on. I know fantastic cat fantastic. Indeed. But really the best way to know an amazing shelter pet like Nico is to meet one. Visit the shelterpetproject dot ORG today. Adopt. Brought to you by Maddie's Fund, the humane society of the United States and the Ad Council. This is the Morgan.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. The ongoing political scandal in Virginia. More calls for Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax to resign him at a second sexual assault allegation. Here's CBS's. Ed O'Keefe continues to Lieutenant is denying a new accusation of rape from when he was a student at Duke University in two thousand woman says that she was raped by the Lieutenant governor, and that she told friends Fairfax calls the allegation a political. Smear of meantime, a senior official and governor Ralph Northerns administration says the governor has told top staffers. He does not plan to resign over a racist photo despite intense pressure to step down. There's word tonight. Federal prosecutors in New York now looking into whether the national enquirers parent company violated a cooperation agreement in its handling of a story regarding Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos claims American media threatened to publish itimad photos of him unless he stopped investigating how the tabloid got a hold of that material American media disputes the claims a black male. Extortion and reporting it's story saying it acted lawfully for acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker, six hours of testimony today before the House Judiciary committee Whitaker declining to answer. A question about whether the special counsels Russia investigation is a witch hunt citing the ongoing investigation committee chairman Jerry Nadler says he plans to subpoena Whittaker to get him to answer more questions. This NBA update some sections of the green line and orange line are experiencing delays of up to fifteen minutes because of a power problem. Those delays had been better than a half hour a man found dead in an apartment building and the central Massachusetts town of Clinton Berlin man in custody yesterday. Joe early says Roger has had been dead for several days. It was a well being check the police was called and they responded properly to the residence being vouchers of Berlin in custody facing assault and battery causing serious bodily harm charges. He's hospitalized. After the DA says police found him on the ground. Having fallen from a tree stand. Boston police, captain, Tim Conway free on his own reconnaissance tonight following a court appearance for allegedly assaulting his wife has attorney John mcglone speaking with.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. Both sides firmly entrenched with a threatened government shutdown two weeks from today. That is if there is no agreement on border wall funding in the interview to air Sunday with CBS face the nation host Margaret Brennan, President Trump slams house speaker Nancy Pelosi for her refusal to fund the wall when you have a porous border, and when you have drugs pouring in and when you have people dying all over the country because of people like Nancy Pelosi who don't want to give proper border security for political reasons. She's doing a terrible disservice to our country, the president ads he's closer to declaring a national emergency for building that border wall damage control for Virginia. Governor Ralph nor them following a photo in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. That shows two men wearing black face and a Ku Klux Klan costume northern has apologized for appearing in the photo. He did not say which person was him. This fight go north apologizing. Democrats Republicans and the NWEA CP's Reverend Kevin Chandler says he must step down. How is it that given the current climate? We can recover from something such as this northern saying that behavior is an in keeping with who. He is today in the values these fought for in the military in medicine in public service. Another picture now revealed from his military academy yearbook with the nickname that contains a racial slur. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. The state inspector general finds a former through and mayor and city council likely violated the law in approving a contract back in two thousand seventeen that awarded pay raises to several high ranking police officers current mayor chief of staff Paul Fahey says the report did not come as a surprise. And they are now working on a response. State. Health officials confirming two child deaths from flu related illnesses. A twelve year old boy from Milford on a young girl in Middlesex County. Doctor Larry made off with the department of public health. This is unfortunately, a tragedy that we see most years we have one or two more pediatric deaths. Associated with influenza, Massachusetts nationally. There has been over twenty pediatric influenza associated jets this year last year in the state just one flu related child death in New Hampshire. Divers recovered the body of twelve year old annual Belay of Dover from a river. It's believe he fell through the ice and drown. This is Dover. Police. Lieutenant Brent Thalmann in location is between his home in school. And our officers were working along that route to try and find anything that they could in the in. The course of that search area locate some evidence that indicated he had gone into the river there Dolomon ads this appears to be an accidental drowning Super Bowl weekend is here and CBS's. Steve Futterman is in Atlanta where the patriots and Rams are getting ready for the big game Sunday. The fans are arriving here in Atlanta in mass, and everyone seems to have a prediction we found to fans with a slight disagreement who's.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. The partial government shutdown over for the time being tonight. The president signed a Bill to fund the government until February fifteenth. It does not include any funding for a border wall tonight. The president tweeting this was in no way, a concession on his part, here's CBS's major Garrett the one opening for this White House is this congressional Democrats remain unified. We will not negotiate on border security and tell you we've opened the government. Okay. Now, the government's reopened. What is actually your position on border security? The White House believes they can apply some of the pressure on border security to get Democrats to be more specific than they have been. So far, the president says no deal by February. Fifteenth means yet another possible shutdown or he'll use his constitutional powers to address what he called this emergency. These thoughts tonight from democratic Worcester. Congressman jim. Mcgovern. That's frustrating as hell that we had this thirty five days shut down the with the president agreed to today was the same deal. It was on the table in December. As I have no idea what this shutdown was about other than him. Having a temper tantrum thing now is to make sure it doesn't happen again. And you know, we will proceed trying to get a homeland security Bill together that has the support of Democrats and Republicans McGovern, adding he is relieved that the government is reopening state. Police investigating a road rage incident on the mass pike and western during the afternoon commute that while having a man riding on the hood of another vehicle. How Richard come Russky of framingham. Ended up on the hood of Mark FitzGerald of lens vehicle is under investigation. Both men facing charges. Hateful police questioned the owner of a vehicle that matches the description of one involved in a fatal hit and run Charles borough of hey died after being struck on his way to catch a bus for work this morning. The Essex DA's office says the investigation is continuing Super Bowl sendoff Sunday morning and Foxborough fans invited to the ten AM rally before the pats had to Atlanta to take on the Rams and Super Bowl. Fifty-three wide receiver Julian Edelman looking forward to the game. It's been a heck of a year to get to go out and play with your teammates and see how this thing's evolved out. And you know, it's it's always a great thing getting to play in the last game of the year. They spend it's been a crazier for me your two years. Advocate. Oh, he missed four games. I mean, it's it's it's been mentally physically and emotionally exhausting year. And and you put all that effort in to overcoming that for this game in Connecticut, a Jesuit school part of a sixty million dollars settlement in a child sex abuse case more than one hundred thirty people say they were sexually abused as children by a now.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening. A job opening at the Pentagon. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis resigning today over differences with the president. President Trump initially announcing Mattis was retiring in February press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said the decision was not motivated by any recent foreign policy shifts like the ordered withdrawal from Syria. The president always listens to the members of his national security team. But at the end of the day, it's the president's decision to make he was the one that was elected to be president to be the commander in chief in his resignation statement Mattis wrote that the president deserves a Defense Secretary whose views are better aligned with his alley. Rogin ABC news, the White House, not only Syria. But now planned a US troop reduction in Afghanistan, here's CBS's David Martin. The Pentagon has been ordered by the White House to begin landing for the withdrawal of seven thousand of the roughly fourteen thousand US troops. So really Afghanistan. So roughly cut the number of troops. Taliban, insurgents control, nearly half the country. The Republican led house okays funding for the president's border wall in legislation that pushes the government closer to a partial shutdown house voting tonight, largely along party lines. Bill now goes to the Senate where it has almost no chance of passing senators already gave their thumbs up to their version of the Bill to avert a shutdown by extending funds to February eighth. It did not include the wall funding. People demand being held without bail Emilio Morozov charged in the shooting death of his estranged wife in Everett one.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Welcome back. Thank you very much. Don huff, it is channel six in Boston Massachusetts, and we have in studio with us. Guy's been a friend for a long time. And if you're a hockey person, and I hope some of you are hockey people the Bruins and having a good night in Florida tonight. They're down they were down for nothing. I'm not sure where it is. Now. Yes. Five nothing now. And they have the tougher team tomorrow to play the Panthers are not a particularly good team this year, Paul Stewart who has just written his own autobiography, you'll wanna go, and he has a story to tell Paul Stewart. How are you? Good to see you happy Hannukah and all of the festivities. Happy Kwanzaa happy. I'm the same way. As you are let me tell you, whatever you celebrate. I will. I will. Well, I'm at the party. Paul for those in the my audience who do not know who you are. And I suspect that they are in the minority Paul Stewart's friend of mine for many years the entire Stewart family his his dad was a coaching legend here in Boston. Anybody who went to Boston English high school and played any sport head Bill stewardess a coach. His grandfather was a National League umpire end was the coach of the nineteen thirty six Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks later, thirty eight thirty seven thirty eight thirty seven thirty eight. How did he I mean? Look, I was one of those kids who grew up thinking the Tommy Williams at squaw valley was the first American to play in the NHL, which is not true. You've told me that how how was your dad? Why was your grandfather received as an American coaching? I assume a team that was overwhelmingly Canadian no was not actually major McLaughlin who was a coffee magnate from Chicago. And he used the term major because he was with the Blackhawk division, which was in World War One. And after he came back, you always insisted upon being called major. He was married to Iranian castle, the famous ballroom dancer, and he was at Wrigley field one day. And my grandfather was impairing home plate and Frankie Frisch came out to argue. My grandfather at five six turned around took his mask off pointed at at Frisch said Franklin back to the bench. And major mcglaughlin who was sitting. There said that's the guy I want to run my hockey team. He had a dream major mcglaughlin did of putting a team of all Americans in the National Hockey League. And at that time there were many people who were born in the states but were raised in Canada and very similar to those that were born in Canada and lived in the United States. Fort Francis, Ontario, is is a spit just across from international falls where a lot of great hockey players, including my my roommate Tim Sheehy Boston College player it just so happened. The hospital was on the other side of the river. All of that nationality stuff was such that it made for good press. Good printing and years later, good history. But really what it came down to was can you skate, can you shoot? And it doesn't really matter. What side of the Saint Lawrence? You're on interesting. I'll learn something there. So so you've written a book great picture. On the cover of the book, you want to go a picture of you and Terry O'Reilly about to have added on the ice in -tario rally wrote the forward to the book. There's no doubt about the fact that no tough guy would ever admit to beating another tough guy. And when I think of Terry O'Reilly, I think of him as one of the royalties of hockey is numbers retired in the rafters at at Boston Garden now TD garden, and the fact is that he is the heart and soul of what a Bruin was. And as a boy growing up. Of course, I always wanted to be a Bruin. But I ended up playing for two Canadian teams Edmonton. And and Quebec. And the fact is that I didn't play a lot. But I go out there. You've got your in the book as they say and then went on to this great career as as a referee. You were the first American I know this this is true to referee a thousand NHL games and at the same time, you also finding cancer. So. You got a real story to tell her. Well, I I think part of the reason Dan that I wanted to write a book was over the years people had said to me when they heard me speak at various functions, you should write a book, and I thought about it and toyed with when I go out to Russia. I had an awful lot of time on my hands. And I contacted a friend a fellow that had been my intern. When I was with the Bruins. He went onto a great career a still working in the in the media business, Chris Smith and he worked at Lawrence eagle Tribune he worked in Saint Louis covering the Saint Louis cardinals. Now, he's the in house writer for the Boston Red Sox, and as well Bill Meltzer was editing and works with me on on hockey buzz and worked on the Huffington Post. So we started to do Skyping. Chris I and the book started to take shape, we edited it edited it edited it to the point that we finally had to hire an attorney to go through it. Gleaner call out everything that could potentially. I did get sued once by a guy that wore number eighty eight and he he didn't like what I wrote. Although it was true. And eventually it got settled. But I'm just looking at the the names in the book here. One just struck me an old friend Mike Nolan NHL linesmen. Yeah. And he was a referee. He was my roommate. He started maybe as a linesman he ended up as a referee and the guy. Yeah, he's from up toward air gratin. Sure. But the interesting thing about that is it his son worked the other night, the Cornell Harvard game as a linesman, and he works for us in the it's in the blood, and you also went on by the way after your career at the NHL you the head of the Russian Federation's hockey referees association. What are the title was the K H L the continental? Hockey league. So you've had many stories to tell I can't wait to get to some of the stories, and I also want to give folks an opportunity to join the conversation does a second book that you've written which is a little shorter. It is a a children's book, and it's entitled the the magical Christmas for Paul us. We'll get the both of these books. Let folks know how they can get them. This is the time of year, you're a hockey fan. I do think you should have you want to go in your hockey library. We have to go to a commercial. We'll take a quick break. My guest Paul Stewart. Stick six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. He is a storyteller, and I'm going to sit back and enjoy some of his stories, and I hope you will as well. But don't hesitate to call and in prompt him along the way, we'll have some fun for the next hour coming back on nightside with Paul Stewart..

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Don huff WBZ news. Our top story this hour with election day less than a week away. President Trump kicks off his final campaign blitz and Florida accusing the media of sowing division, the far left media has spread terrible lies and stories about the Trump administration, and the tens of millions of people who make up our great movement. The greatest political move. In the history of our country. The greater the greater the president contends. The country is thriving under Republican leadership the Florida visit the first eleven events the president will hold across eight states over the next six days as he tries to bolster Republican turnout encountered democratic enthusiasm heading into the midterm election. Former vice president Joe Biden stumping for Illinois Democrats says the upcoming election is probably the most important in his lifetime. We're in a situation where the character of the country is on the ballot Biden, vows Democrats will not stay silent. Hundreds of thousands turned out in Boston for today's duck boat parade honoring the World Series champion Red Sox. Getting out of town, though, saw some frustration this afternoon at north station. Longline some people waiting as long as two hours just to get into the station to catch a train. A spokesman Tori Mazzola says they anticipated huge service day and expects a new ridership record could be set for. Today, the largest ridership in a single day with from the two thousand seventeen patriots parade where we saw two hundred fifty thousand people used commuter rail today, the Red Sox parade early estimate again, wait saw about the same number of people and then for the evening with the additional ridership on the new before Rodber line for Halloween. Surpassing that and setting a new record today for the largest single day ridership on commuter rail. And as far as the parade goes Boston police say they had only six arrests they all clear in Quincy following the evacuation of a commercial building that houses Quincy, college and other businesses. Some people sent to the hospital after being sickened by an unknown substance a fatal crash on the mass pike eastbound just prior to interstate four ninety five and Hopkinton state. Police say a Beverly man died after his vehicle crash this evening into the rear of a tractor trailer truck truck driver was not hurt being too skinny can be harmful to your health. This study published in the journal, the Lancet concerns body mass index or BMI and the short story is you don't want your BMI to be too high or too low to high means, you're overweight. Too. Low means you're underweight. And in either case, researchers in London say you're more likely to die being overweight is linked to most cancers, heart disease and other issues being underweight is linked to. Alzheimer's and suicide as well as heart disease, but diet and exercise factor into this. The ideal range for BMI is from twenty one to twenty five it's easy to calculate yours. Online. Scott Goldberg ABC news..

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Don huff WBZ news. Our top story this hour people back in their homes tonight and Lawrence Andover and north Andover. But the recovery continues from last week's gas explosions and fires and funding plan is being put together to help. There's a big need for hill for those impacted by the fires and explosions here in Lawrence north Andover and Andover. That's why governor Baker this morning met with a group of people, including leaders from those communities to talk about setting up a fund to meet that need. I promise you. There's all sorts of things that are going to happen over the course of the next weeks and months that that are going to need a solution at an answer. It's going to have to happen in a relatively short period of time. And he hopes to have the fund established in a relatively short period of time. He's aiming for the end of this week from Lawrence Carl Stevens, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty house speaker. Bob deleo says he would support a supplemental budget appropriation to help. If that's what's needed. I offered on behalf of the house to make sure that you know, we would take pot wherever it was necessary to help these folks get back to get back in their feet, which in many cases is going to be difficult Dalil earlier this evening on nightside with Dan Rae along time worker at UMass Amherst who is African American says, he's the victim of racial. Profiling reg Andrei tells WBZ NewsRadio he was questioned Friday after someone call police report an agitated blackmail on campus and all he was doing was following his normal daily routine walking to his job. This will impact me for the rest of my life. I don't feel comfortable anymore walking around campus. Get stopped again. Somebody will make a phone call from UMass spokesman at black ski we recognize the challenge here, we believe, you know, the police responded properly based on details in the anonymous message. But it's a very difficult experience for the employees because he was just going about his business. The chancellor at UMass Amherst says he hopes the call was motivated by desire to protect public safety. Third congressional district. Primary winner Laurie Trahan says she got a congratulatory phone. Call from challenger, Dan code today. Graciously offering his support in the upcoming campaign. Her hands name will be on the November ballot. The Senate Judiciary committee holds a hearing next Monday. What supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault when they were teenagers the Trump administration imposing tariffs on two hundred billion dollars more in Chinese goods that starts next week thirty one deaths confirmed from Florence and the Carolinas and Virginia WBZ TV meteorologist Eric Fisher tells us what we can expect from the remnants of Florence tomorrow. Most of us take one to three inches of rain. But when it comes down to a poor, and they'll be some of these isolated higher amounts that could be. Four five even six inches. WBZ news time ten three traffic.

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Middleton Fire Department, Middleton and Middleton Fire discussed on Overnight Talk

Overnight Talk

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Middleton Fire Department, Middleton and Middleton Fire discussed on Overnight Talk

"Six inmates at the Susa Baranovsky Correctional Center in Shirley indicted on assault charges following a Malay earlier in the week, six guards were injured none, seriously the inmates will be arraigned at a

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Springfield, Marijuana and JIMBO Cassani discussed on Jay Talking

Jay Talking

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Springfield, Marijuana and JIMBO Cassani discussed on Jay Talking

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Drako, Michael Mcglockton and Dave Prokopyiv discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Drako, Michael Mcglockton and Dave Prokopyiv discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"In Boston cloud sun maybe a thunderstorm tomorrow traffic and weather. Together coming up good evening I'm Don huff WBZ news, our top story this. Hour the growing state police

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Republican senators meets Russian senators in Moscow

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:15 min | 2 years ago

Republican senators meets Russian senators in Moscow

"At twelve oh three I Mitch thank you for joining us NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD traffic alerts met is being described as a super duper mega heavy traffic problem it's on thirty five. W. that's get the latest from John. Little? I, think that's a good way to put it northbound thirty five w. right at one fourteen and accident takes. Up the left lane doesn't sound that. Bad right well consider there's, no service road to get. Around that leaves only one lane to get all this traffic through so the backup is to alliance boulevard if you wait. Through it we're talking an. Hour delay you've gotta take an alternate like one seventy east to three seventy seven north. L. or if you're already in the backup take that eagle Parkway exit. Take that east follow it to Cleveland Gibbs wrote in head. North up to. One fourteen we'll have. More with traffic and weather together coming up. At twelve John thank you a State Senator from our area is in Moscow investigating Russian meddling. In US elections And ask them if they're. Going to meddle in our elections come November Republican. State Senator Don huff fines. Part of a, delegation led by US Senator rand Paul SMU political science professor. Cal Johnson. Says and his opinion find should leave international relations to other politicians, in Texas we have to be careful that our elections are protected and secure but I'm not sure that that we necessarily need state legislators in Moscow To do that work for Jones is up I could be making a trip to Russia because he's, running for reelection in November fines did point out that he is paying his own way as did his twin brother Phillip the, National Transportation Safety board, is holding a hearing into last year's fatal. Bus crash that. Occurred in Biloxi Mississippi this involved a bus operated by a Dallas company. KRLD l. p. Phillips reports the driver apparently, ignored warnings that the bus might not be able to make. It over the railroad crossing the bus operated by echoed transportation of Dallas got stunk at a crossing less than a minute before, a slow moving train came down the tracks. The mostly elderly passengers could not get out four. Were killed the NTSB says. The crossing was, far steeper than the law allows investigator Pete catalysis ski says. There were. Warning signs but the driver had no idea just how steep it, tracks he saw the steep decline and was startled and the motor motorcade Coats became grounded on the tracks it was. Shortly after that that the signals activated he then opened the front door and, told the passengers to evacuate the motorcade only four passengers managed to get off that boss there had, been twenty nine other stuck vehicles at that same crossing LP Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD Dallas. Man has been missing for, nearly a week his, family begging for help and KRLD's Austin York. Has more seventy. Year old ROY Lee Cooke was last seen on Thursday it was captured. On security camera leaving his nieces home on, lot and drive in the pleasant grove area after midnight his. Niece says cook has dementia and need several medications just to survive.

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Flooding threat extends hundreds of miles as severe weather hammers East Coast

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Flooding threat extends hundreds of miles as severe weather hammers East Coast

"Eighty degrees cloudy in Boston. Humid weather may be a couple of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow traffic and weather together. Coming up good evening. I'm Don huff WBZ news our top story. This weather, this hour that is severe weather, leaving flooding and power outages in parts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire here WBZ TV meteorologist Pamela Gardner, sledding reports and damage reports all from this line that moved through with vengeance. We had multiple tornado warnings at one point. Nothing confirmed at this hour and the national weather service doesn't have any plans to survey damage hundred still without power tonight. A rare tornado in the Big Apple, you're in New York City, weather officials confirmed a tornado touchdown right here next to this church. It traveled three quarters of a mile with winds up to eighty five miles. Sales per hour down dozens of power lines and trees in Victor barriers. Wettest backyard this tree snapped in half and landed on, his window holding onto my. Bedroom window. Does it felt like it. Was going to burst open thunderstorms are in the forecast for much of the east. Coast through Saturday Joba. CBS news New York if you think are. Hot weather, is a bit too much try, Europe they're battling searing heat and no rain Spaniards warned about the surge of hot air, sweeping informafrica, heading for Spain and Portugal took expected to set a new European record temperature. Above one hundred and eighteen degrees sweltering on. A Spanish beach meteorologist Clare Nasir says there's a red alert threats as well as wildfires in Madrid this American traveler is. Taking care.

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Texas fetal tissue burial law on trial at U.S. court

Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

02:34 min | 2 years ago

Texas fetal tissue burial law on trial at U.S. court

"KLBJ news time five oh two good afternoon I'm Eric like this is a service of Texas Kubota dealers the state's controversial fetal remains law is back in. Federal court, KLBJ's Chris FOX reports requires. Fetal remains from abortions to be buried or cremated the shame district, court blocked the rules from taking effect can twenty seventeen. That's governor abbot rolled them out since then the state legislature passed. A Bill making the rules law state Senator Don huff fines authored to this is about giving are on board dignity at their final. Resting place the same abortion rights groups who. Fought the rules have also filed suit against the law that's in court this week or women's health CEO Amy Hagstrom. Miller I think it's disrespectful to women I think women should be. Given the autonomy to make choices about what happens to their bodies at the capitol. Chris FOX News Radio KLBJ nearly five million dollars worth of drugs is off the street after an Austin cop stopped a truck for speeding along I thirty five and also, for not, having a, front facing licensed APD sergeant Anthony hip Alito. Says a drug dog signals something was off about the truck they took it entertain the driver. Forty-three-year-old Armando Martinez, was removed they, were basically, two moon-shaped casings that were around the tires which should be there a drill was, that still casing and white powder. Basically build test was performed on that and tested positive for cocaine Yep Alito says they found more cases on, the, truck wheels also found with cocaine meth and heroin the national convention of. The n. double ACP opens in central Texas and chairman Leon. Russell says the theme will be black votes matter overall effort, from certain persons policy-making positions to prevent folks from actively testing on better voter suppression across this nation is something that we have to work The convention will feature classes on how to get active and political and social issues a hip hop summit all under the slogan defeat hate vote drivers on six twenty, can expect to see construction ramping up through. The rest of the year whether pushback dots plan to. Repay between, Mansfield dam at twenty to twenty two but that's begun and should carry over into this fall but the biggest change will begin late in the year as grounds broken on that new bypass at twenty. Two twenty two bypass will help not only. Traffic coming. From the south. The traffic coming from the north as. Well so I think they'll see, immediate, relief that's sticks. Dots. Bruce Byron it's expected to significantly increase traffic low by letting drivers make a, speedy turn on. A twenty two twenty two without having to stop and that project should wrap, up by summer, of two thousand twenty Patrick Osborne NewsRadio.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the fifties including fifty eight in downtown boston then friday it'll be mostly sunny and pleasant highs near seventy along the coast in seventysix farther inland friday night increasing clouds low of fifty six saturday and much cooler day with plenty of clouds there'll be a shower on some occasions the high sixty four sunday though partly sunny warmer and rather humid there'll be a shower and thunderstorm around especially during the afternoon and evening sunday's highs between seventy six and eighty on accuweather meteorologist kirk inskeep wbz newsradio ten thirty our top local story a lawsuit filed in state court against boston in public schools over the sharing of student information with federal immigration officials matt crater with the lawyers committee for civil rights and economic justice says they've been unsuccessful in two attempts to determine the extent of the practice following the deportation of a high school student based in part on information shared with ice we want to understand the scope and extent of these information sharing practices school officials say they have not yet seen the lawsuit bristol county sheriff tom hodgson is demanding a public apology from attorney general maura healey who has called for an outside investigation into conditions at the county jail hodgson contends it's one of the cleanest and safest jails in the country i'm calling on the attorney general to apologize publicly to my staff to the employee's our officers and the medical staff that work here day in and day out in lead in massachusetts the programs that are being talked about even nationally for prisons in jails to adopt to prevent suicides into address the mental health issues no comment from the geez office several boston police officers injured one seriously following a struggle with a man who refused to comply with a court order requiring him to go to a hospital he was eventually placed in an ambulance and taken to mass general he faces numerous charges no names have been released in sports the red sox beat the twins nine to two don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty.

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Maine AG Janet Mills wins in biggest test of ranked-choice voting in U.S.

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Maine AG Janet Mills wins in biggest test of ranked-choice voting in U.S.

"News time seven nineteen at sixty nine degrees more clouds and sun right now we'll see highs in the mid seventies today president trump defending his hardline immigration policies during a rally in minnesota just hours after backing off his administration's policy of separating families at the southern border the president said quote we are going to keep families together and the border is going to be just as tough as it's been an quote a worcester couple fears for their safety after arrows are shot at their home on three separate occasions the latest arrow was found on the roof of their garage police are investigating and the boston city council declared yesterday june twentieth desharnais linden day in the city honoring the first female u s winner the boston marathon in thirty three years in other news down more than a week after voters main cast ballots to primary races have finally been decided wbz's don huff has more attorney general janet mills wins the democratic nomination for governor in means first in the nation use of ranked choice voting on a statewide contest her election day lead held after additional rounds of tabulations under the new system that had voters rank candidates from first to last on the ballot it took eight days to come up with a winner because no one got a majority of first round votes mills will face republican shawn moody for governor in november democratic state lawmaker jared golden wins the democratic nomination to face republican incumbent bruce polokwane for maine's second congressional district seat don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty actor peter fonda apologizes for late night twitter rant regarding the president's twelve year old son the two time oscar nominee suggested barron trump should be quote ripped from his mother's arms and put in a cage with pedophile he went on to call the president and expletive found out later deleted the tweet which drew sharp criticism from members of the trump family including the president who called fonda a sick individual in a statement the actor apologized and said he was upset over children being separated from their families at the mexican border jimmy fallon is expressing regret over the now infamous hair mustang tonight show appearance by donald trump could i miss your here the late night host says he made a mistake and adds he would do it differently looking back on the episode in two thousand sixteen trump opponents criticized fallon for.

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Bear that killed hiker likely mauled volunteer looking for him

WLOB's Morning News with Ray Richardson

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Bear that killed hiker likely mauled volunteer looking for him

"Tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty more than a week after voters in main cast ballots to primary races have finally been decided wbz's donhoff has more attorney general janet mills wins the democratic nomination for governor in mainz i in the news use of ranked choice voting on a statewide contest her election day lead held after additional rounds of tabulations under the new system that had voters rank candidates from first to last on the ballot it took eight days to come up with a winner because no one got a majority of first round votes mills will face republican shawn moody for governor in november democratic state lawmaker jared golden wins the democratic nomination to face republican incumbent bruce polokwane for maine's second congressional district seat don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty state police say it was obvious why a troop are pulled over a pickup truck driver yesterday on i ninety one in springfield the agency posted the judge hopping photos have chairs cabinets and more items piled high in the bed of the truck and at teetering tower a trooper cited the driver for having an unsecured uncovered lote authorities in anchorage alaska believe the same brown bear that killed a hiker also attacked a volunteer yesterday who has searching for him michael salt had been missing for two days before being found dead close to where the unidentified searcher was mauled the volunteer suffered serious leg injuries but is expected to survive the bear has still not been captured wbz news time six twenty two and with today's entertainment report here's kissed one awaits billy kosta instagram hitting a new milestone yesterday a billion monthly users which is up two hundred million from september model g hadid hit a milestone this week her thirty fifth vogue magazine cover on the james corden show this week share takes a bite out of raw cow's tongue rather than say one good thing about president trump with the jamiat report i'm billy cost the mattie show on kiss one oh eight detention centers along the us mexico border liberation policy and family separation exchange at the white house over the gracious system that secures our ongoing controversy states will.

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"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"don huff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Okay thank you very much don huff no music there the bid must be on break i don't boy i don't know all right that means we get right back to the phone calls we're talking about the crisis on the southern border what can be done about it it's it's it's a difficult situation that has lingered for a long time needs resolution love to hear what you think by the way tomorrow night marty walsh at eight o'clock dr bradford singleton talking about your eye health bradford shingles and a great great doctrine very generous with his time and also he's at nine o'clock and then we'll johnson who has played basketball professionally on several continents and is now living amongst tibetan monks where he's teaching him teaching him basketball will is a really interesting guy never met him but i have a mutual friend and i think it's gonna be fascinating tomorrow night kind of take us away from some of the conversations that is if you want to get your lixin on the crisis on the southern border what can be done maybe it's the separation families that has just appalled you maybe you're concerned about where we go from here we've we've talked about it for a couple of hours we're going to keep it rolling going to go to my pal ernie up in new hampshire interesting subject you know i never voted for trump but i'm with the president on this enough's enough i mean he's the first l it actually doing something you're not gonna make a lot of people a lot of people have dance something has to be done you made a very good point about social security healthcare and everything this is a crisis going on so kudos go out the president trump and never voted for him i don't like him but what's him on his policy because of the dressing the nation that no other president ever ever addressed so i'm winning one hundred percent in a session i don't like sessions because of his past but hey you're doing the right thing again it's ugly but it has already early by the way i don't know the truck like sessions or like they don't seem to be the closest guy in the world on there yeah i mean it's no one likes to see the pictures of these children being separated but i i don't know maybe this will force congress to do something i don't know if that's what what trump's plan is i it's interesting because i know you pretty well and i know from my previous conversations that you're not a fan of donald trump good point here's a is a very very like this again i'm not going to tell you what i what i was i was a captain show on for years i see what you're not tell you it is a big percentage of these young people coming in this country from these third world countries when they get here they get anything else ripples dan i'm a moderate ripple show you these situations they show you the baby books they pick what they want to dan and a lot of these kids young people are teenagers do they have been tensions i just wanted to express myself on that subject interesting subject keep it up donald trump and keep it up sessions great job keep collins show come by more often i always appreciate your call thank you so much.

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3 bodies found at kidnapping suspect's Massachusetts home

Jay Talking

02:06 min | 2 years ago

3 bodies found at kidnapping suspect's Massachusetts home

"A police involved shooting in boston sends a man in his thirty s to a hospital with what are described as non life threatening injuries police say it happened on westminster street in hyde park when a man pointed a gun at two officers and they fired their weapons the officers were not hurt but we're taken to a hospital for evaluation three bodies now found at the springfield home of a man charged with kidnapping sexually assaulting and torturing woman hamden d a anthony looney says stewart weldon has not been charged in connection with with the discovery of the bodies were considering this an active investigation we're not declaring any suspects the woman he was with wasn't acquaintance of his and that's all i'm willing to confirm right now well done was arrested sunday following a car chase and is being held on a million dollars bail a woman in the vehicle claims she had been held captive for a month she is still hospitalized a newton man is being held pending a dangerousness hearing next week christian amaral allegedly assaulted a boy at brookline playground on memorial day deputy brookline police superintendent michael graffman tells wbz tv what happened plan with a family pet and they went to get the pet some water and as they were getting the pet some water then who's unknown to them locked up to them stopped grabbed one by the throat and then picked him up and thrown down and told them not to treat animals obviously the kids both on the thirteen water metabolized enrolls attorney says his client did not try to strangle the boy in sports the astro's beat the red sox four to two don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty the year was nineteen eightyfive reads very it already been building sheds for twenty five years and things were honky dory but then home improvement stores i orange ones them blue ones tons of women they all sold sheds reads very oh my we thought they were gonna put us out of business so eightysix we held a staff meeting what are we gonna do about these home improvement stores in a guy in the bag raised his hand.

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Why the Red Sox parted ways with Hanley Ramirez

Overnight Talk

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Why the Red Sox parted ways with Hanley Ramirez

"In congress held last week in the aftermath of the deadly school shooting in santa fe texas molten says he refuses to participate on lawmakers don't want to take action there are commonsense things we can do that the vast majority of americans even gun owners agree with and yet congress doesn't have the political courage to have a debate molten is calling on his colleagues in congress to do their job and stop the violence a wareham man mondale johnson is indicted on charges that he assaulted a woman left her for dead then set fire to a home in march johnson will appear in court at a later date elsewhere in sports the red sox beat the braves six to to the socks also have parted ways with hanley ramirez designating him for assignment president of baseball operations dave dombrowski says manager alex cora made the recommendation he said this is a move that i would like to make i recommend make ultimately comes into my final decision but he said i really wanna play mitch moreland more the move opened a roster spot to activate dustin pedroia don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty okay let's say.

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Arrest made in Super Bowl burglary of Rob Gronkowski's house

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Arrest made in Super Bowl burglary of Rob Gronkowski's house

"In two others remain at large after last month's break in at rob gronkowski spouse in foxborough we have more from wbz's don huff anthony alameda of randolph appeared in court charged with breaking and entering receiving stolen property and militias destruction of property in the burglar we got bronx house while he was playing in the super bowl police are still looking for two others shame dan of tewkesbury and eric terrell foxborough items recovered so far include to watches and too rare coins from the eighteen hundreds police say firearms owned by roommate robert goon have not been found don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty and wbz news time is nine eleven and that means it's time to check sports and charlie berge run is in the ace hticket dot com sports studio good morning charlie morning our great night for the local pro teams both.

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Arrest made in Super Bowl burglary of Rob Gronkowski's house

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Arrest made in Super Bowl burglary of Rob Gronkowski's house

"One man is in custody and two others are being sought in the break in last month at rob gronkowski's house in foxborough we have more from wbz's don huff i'll meet of randolph appears in court charged with breaking and entering receiving stolen property and militias destruction of property in the burglar we got gronk house while he was playing in the super bowl police are still looking for two others shane dan of tewkesbury and eric torello foxborough items recovered so far include to watches and to rare coins from the eighteen hundreds police say firearms owned by roommate robert guven have.

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Male birth control pill could be closer to becoming reality, study finds

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Male birth control pill could be closer to becoming reality, study finds

"Eight o'clock wednesday to eight am thursday chance of sixty mile per hour wind gust and some minor coastal flooding will be with you through the storm mostly cloudy tonight though low twenty nine degrees we'll have a lot more on the nor'easter the easter coming up at eight o'clock in the news with don huff followed by dan rae have a good night oh back now to the cbs evening news of course with jeff glor on wbz we are getting closer to the day when men will have the option of taking a birth control pill but will they here's chief medical correspondent dr john lapook decided on the pill the birth control pill is nearly sixty years old there's never been one for men dr stephanie page says it's about time one of the issues for man is that they really have very few options available dr page and colleagues conducted a small study showing a male birth control pill which mimics testosterone was safe when given daily for a month it dramatically lower testosterone levels with no change in mood or sexual function at.

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