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Executive Producer Doug Cole on His Ambitious Movie 'Making Sense'
"Executive producer and co writer. Doug cope talk to me about his ambitious movie making sense. I came up with about a dozen years ago. My best friend was paralyzed in a freak accident. And yeah he said doug. I'm the kind of guy that would see somebody across the street and wheelchair and turn my head. I could look at them and he just said. Now i'm that person i'm in the wheelchair and people can't look at me and it's humanizing so i. I was writing scripts the time. And i thought that's a kernel of idea for story. What if we could change the perception of help. People with disabilities are viewed in terms of You know what can they do versus you know. Are they damaged or somehow incapable of performing actions. And so that's the reason for the five senses. And it just snowballed from there and finding the actors. You're actually had actors with this bill on him. The cat how did you find them. We did a nationwide casting search. Most of the actors are actually from ironically and we put the word out through Disability organisations a frankly On facebook and whatnot and we had a series of casting calls and we had a casting workshop a month before the actual casting so that we could train people with disabilities. Who are interested on how to audition for a film.
Hull, SE of Boston, to install generators, take legal action against National Grid after suffering 6 town-wide power outages
"Saturday. The town of Hall, which is seen multiple power outages in storms this year, is now spending more than three quarters of a million dollars to prepare for winter electric outages from national grid. Able. BBC's Karen Regal with more WBC's Doug Cope tells me he noticed the utility poles going up in a parking lot. Then he he saw saw big big generator generator trucks. trucks. Then Then he he got got really really curious, curious, and and he he found found a a letter letter on on the the tone tone of of holes holes website. website. Town Town manager manager in in whole, whole, writes. writes. The The town town has has seen seen six six power power outages outages so so far far on on 2020 2020 and and to to avoid avoid a a shelter shelter situation situation in in a a covert covert 19 19 world world is is spending spending $850,000 $850,000 to to run run generators generators between between December December and and March. March. The The power power the the seaside seaside town town should should the the power power go down again? The letter goes on to say the reason there's a problem in home is because of the quote poor condition of the national grid lines that power hole. The setup is contained to a parking lot off George Washington Boulevard, owned by DC Are. The letter also promises legal action against national Grid. Karen Regal
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"With the Boston Marathon saying as of right now the April race still on that's despite global concerns over the corona virus bug things could change it's not clear when or how officials with the rays plan to come to a final decision if the marathon does proceed many runners might not even be able to take part because of a travel ban the trump administration has temporarily barred anyone from traveling to the U. S. from China which is seven hundred sixty three runners registered in the race
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"Thirty two degrees in Boston at four thirty good afternoon Doug cope and here's what's happening it's the first US corona virus death a man in Washington state it was announced today CDC director Robert Redfield says it is still safe though to travel to western stirred risk is low I encourage Americans to go about their life that includes travel to California Oregon and the state of Washington there are several coronavirus cases in Washington state Oregon and California where it's not clear how the patients caught the virus in the U. S. has suffered its first known coronavirus staff today vice president Mike pence also announcing new travel restrictions on Iran in parts of Italy and South Korea urging Americans to not travel to the areas in Italy and the areas in South Korea the most affected by the corona virus there have been a total of sixty two confirmed cases in the US according to the CDC less than two dozen are still active let's have a county grand jury deciding not to indict in the death of an Emerson College students sophomore Daniel Hollis died from injuries following an altercation in Allston last September Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins says the grand jury has spoken and we respect its findings however difficult they are to hear Rollins says the investigation that preceded the grand jury's vote was incredibly thorough and painstakingly detailed she's proud of the work done by the assistant DA who led the grand jury proceedings and the victim witness advocate who supported the Hollis family throughout what Rollins called this extremely challenging process Rolland setting her office will continue providing all the resources and support policies loved ones may need as they process and grieve his death don Huff WBZ Boston's newsradio meantime Hollis is family says they are still in shock and still have many questions about what happened Boston police investigating two people stabbed early today in rock springs police called a one seventy five Dudley street around three thirty AM police say the victims were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries no arrests at this point the US in the Taliban signing an historic peace agreement around the eighteen year war in Afghanistan warning to that deal the US will that will let withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by June of twenty twenty one president trump speaking about that deal today the other side's tired of war everybody's tired of war that's been out for chick fillet belonging to someone in exchange for the removal of US troops the Taliban is expected to negotiate a power sharing agreement with the Afghan government and prevent the country from becoming a safe haven for terrorists once again coming up they're casting ballots since South Carolina it's four thirty three time of the server retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes David strongly what's happened daca self without address way southbound still happy from that earlier crash you jam from Columbia road right down into Braintree expressway northbound gets heavy around Columbia road up through the o'neill lower end of ninety three and northbound unit delays from the mall and Braintree to the expressway route three is looking good up and down the south shore going up north one twenty eight north on that earlier crash by Washington Street in Warren that has cleared all is well just minor delays getting by there now one twenty eight south bound heavy route one twenty nine down past north have been reading through its three ninety three ninety five no complaints to and from the New Hampshire state line where one's doing well from Shah revere right to Saugus stated strongly WBZ's traffic on the threes and a four day accu weather forecast clouds this afternoon temperatures in the thirties tonight could be some snow in a few spots in clearing low of twenty.
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"Was Mary and the father of four daughters Chris Martinez CBS news Calabasas California among the people who paid tribute to Kobe Bryant Magic Johnson who played with Brian and shared some of his memories with him on KCBS TV when you have a format Laker uniform there was nobody who took more and be elected and cope with nobody four people have been hospitalized after a house fire in Dorchester this afternoon firefighters had to rescue five people at three fifty seven Seaver street a little after four in the afternoon all of them are now displaced Boston police continue to investigate a fatal weekend stabbing more from WBZ's Doug cope police now identify the victim a sixteen year old your own on Guerrero Dorchester he was stabbed and died of his wounds at a local hospital two other teens were also stabbed when they say a brawl got out of hand it happened in the area of five seventy five a blue hill lab around five PM Saturday you're the Franklin park zoo the other two injuries are said to be non life threatening no arrests made so far don't cope WBZ Boston's news radio I hang a man will be appearing in court today after allegedly firing at a swat team that responded after he barricaded himself in his apartment at the hang them shipyard Lustiger say they were first called to the scene of for a reported domestic dispute neighboring apartments were evacuated as a precaution officers and negotiated with the man of pharaoh yet to S. for several hours and he did give up without incident police say they recovered a handgun hidden in the ceiling vent they also say a GPS tracking device you've been ordered to wear had been cut off also appearing in court today in East.
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"Than ever matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio twenty four degrees in Boston it's six o'clock good evening I'm Doug cope and here's what's happening the snow has spread throughout much of our area now owned WBZ accu weather meteorologist Daniel nettle is with us and then they'll so what happens over the rest of the evening I still don't see any snow outside at least our window here in Medford but I know it is coming down in most other places yeah and finally this hour here starting to get to some light snow being reported that sells Logan airport as well so it is filling in around the area that's going to stick around here now for the rest of the evening and then those steadiest of the snow is gonna be tapering off late this evening looks like between about eleven PM and midnight tonight so we'll see things beginning to become more intermittent and a wind down and before we see things tapering off we could see some snow or even I'll simply rather even a little bit of rain trying to mix and ended around the city itself a better chance of seeing a perhaps a change over to snow rain south of the city as temperatures actually rise overnight tonight will climb into the mid and upper thirties by the time we work our way into early tomorrow morning in terms of accumulations about three to six inches of snow and sleet expected for the city in inland suburbs but the Cape southco south shore where we can see that change over to some rain looking at about one to three inches this things are all said and done here later this evening all right thank you Danielle of course will have updates for you as far as the weather is concerned and also as far as a road conditions are concerned as well have those updates for you throughout the evening and course throughout the night tonight Boston mayor Walsh urging residents to take precautions during the bitterly cold weather in tonight's storm.
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"Twenty degrees in Boston a twelve noon good afternoon I'm Doug cope and here's what's happening mother nature's back with the winter weather snow is on the way that a mixed bag depending on where you are WBZ accu weather meteorologist court these spammers with us now in court the when can we expect to see the first flakes around here yeah we're waiting for that snow to arrive still dry across all of Massachusetts right now but some of that snow starting to move into the Hudson Valley so around our area will start to see that snow moving into the region from west to east the western suburbs seeing that snow first round mid afternoon and spreading across the region as we go through late afternoon into the evening hours there could be a period of snow during that time especially in the evening or snow could come down pretty heavy and then as we continue into the overnight hours will see that snow continuing during the evening but starting to mix with a little bit of rain as we get past midnight before things wind down before the king the early morning tomorrow so until that time we will see certainly some snow across the region for the Cape in south coast in the south so we're talking about one to three inches but the city and the inland suburbs could see as much as three to six inches of snow before things are said and done by tomorrow morning all right thanks Courtney of course so we'll keep you updated throughout the day to day and tonight as well on what's happening with the weather I mean time Boston mayor Walsh urging residents to take precautions during this bitterly cold weather and with the winter storm on the way the National Weather Service issuing a winter weather advisory effective from four PM today to four PM tomorrow the mayor reminding everyone to be safe and aware at all times checking neighbors look out for the homeless also reminding folks do not leave their pets outside in this kind of frigid weather Orange Line riders on the T. take note service suspended this weekend between the Solomons where stop on the tops Medical Center shuttle buses running between Solomon and Hey market also today the Fitchburg commuter.
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"Bus W. X. K. S. F. MHD two men and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio ninety four degrees in Boston at two o'clock good afternoon hi Doug cope and here's what's happening it is a heatwave temperatures in the nineties in Boston for three days in a row even escaping to the Cape hasn't helped either actor the meteorologist Dave Samuel is here with us now and they have some of the highest temperatures in the state around the Cape and also the south shore it's a very hot out there we are as high as ninety seven degrees in Chatham even Provincetown at this hour I checking in with the nineties so it's hard to do with the wind coming in off of the water there obviously surrounded a basically by water in all directions were in data bus to work to ninety five that feels like it's one or two out there why this place in the state a checking in now in Springfield and western mass ninety seven degrees but to get just about everybody is about ninety at this hour and I will continue go up a few more degrees expecting the high to approach one hundred downtown Boston this was after a morning low of eighty three it was the warmest a morning low temperature we've seen ever in the month of July Doug they're the temperature just clicking up to ninety five degrees in Boston and we could go higher through the afternoon now despite the heat rocks for his residence turning out today to celebrate the community and its culture WBZ is James Ross is there and tells us there was a special guest democratic congresswoman iota Presley was among the four freshmen lawmakers never told by president trump to go back to where they came from well she's back in Boston for the second annual Roxbury unity parade to celebrate the community that she represents.
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"Thirty nine degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. It was scary note. But now it's all clear the crown plaza hotel in Natick after a chaotic early morning. WBZ's? Karyn regal is at the C. No one hit but native police say shot was fired at a patron as he entered the lobby at the crown plaza on route nine here, Natick state and local police responded and hotel guests evacuated. Some wrapped in blankets across route nine here in the predawn hours. Police say the public is not at risk. Everyone has been allowed back now. And it's business as usual at the stores here on route nine in NATO. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio with chairman of the state board of elementary and secondary education. Paul Sagan is stepping down was named to the post during governor Charlie baker's first term, you'll be replaced by board member Catherine craven who is currently the chief administrative officer of Babson college Sagan has advocated for a traditional Don traditional public school opportunities in Massachusetts during his four years on the board. Well, the Affordable Care Act is in a bit of legal limbo today. The department of Justice no saying it supports a federal judge is ruling the entire law should be overturned. That is a shift in the Trump administration stance on ObamaCare, a group of Republican led states filing a lawsuit in Texas last year. Arguing congress decision to eliminate the Affordable Care ACT's individual mandate. Penalty should result in the entire law. Being invalid, here's ABC news senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill is a dramatic shift that could have huge implications for Americans healthcare. The Trump administration. Now says the entire Affordable Care Act should be struck down agreeing with a federal judge that the law is invalid millions of Americans could lose their coverage, including those who have coverage through the expansion of Medicaid. And despite the fact that many Republicans and the president promised to keep those protections people with preexisting conditions. This could end that popular provision and right now there is no solid plan to replace ObamaCare. President Trump's decision to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights is broad criticism from some Gulf Arab Aloes CBS news. Correspondent Cami McCormick. With more state. Mike Pompeo was asked about criticism of the Golan decision by some key US allies, I'm saddened by that. But not surprised Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria and annexed it in a move the UN called illegal Israel was fighting a defensive battle to save its nation. And it cannot be the case that Yuban resolution is a suicide pact the Saudi say the move will have a significant negative impact on the Middle East peace process. Cami McCormick CBS. News washington. Meantime, speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi addressing the annual American Israel Public affairs committee conference today stress congressional support for Israel remains bipartisan Pelosi saying. She supports a Tuesday solution for the Israeli Palestinian conflict democratic Jewish state of Israel and a viable democratic Palestinian state living side.
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"He says he's been wanting to say something for the last four weeks. Patriots owner Robert Kraft issuing a statement regarding the solicitation of prostitution charges pending against him in Florida WBZ's Doug cope with more on that statement statement crafts said I am truly sorry saying throughout his life. He's always tried to do the right thing. And he said, I hope I can regain your confidence and respect I talked with ABC's Joey Waller about the state goes on to talk about how he has respect for women. He makes mention of his wife. He says as he moves forward to continue to use the platform. He has in order to try and make a difference. It seems as though he certainly attempted at least to cover all the bases in that one statement craft will be arraigned in a Florida court. This coming week Doug cope WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio six ten. The Pentagon has identified to US army soldiers killed in combat yesterday in Afghanistan. ABC's Luis Martinez reports killed in the attack was twenty nine year old specialist. Joseph Colette serving with a bomb disposal unit. He was on his first overseas. Deployment also killed was Thirty-three-year-old. Sergeant first class will Lindsay an experience green beret their dance. Come as the US and Taliban have been engaging in peace talks as both sides continue to fight in Afghanistan. Martinez. ABC news Washington Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo tells reporters in Lebanon, the US will continue to be involved in Syria. Making sure there is no resurgence of ISIS in the region.
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"Cares. I'm Doug cope. Looking to the future and taking a step into the pass little bit about NASA and some rocks. Nasa. Scientists are getting ready to set a moon rock that's been untouched and sealed in vacuum tubes since it was collected decades ago during the Apollo program NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein made the announce with Monday while talking about the agency's moon to Mars initiative, the samples have been left undisturbed for good reason. They were saying for a time when NASA would have access to more advanced technology needed for more comprehensive examinations of the lunar material nine teams inside NASA has been given eight million dollars to carry out the new research. Lisa carter. Maybe we'll get some more rocks from the moon because tweeted did it here on earth? And now they want to put their tire tracks on the moon. CBS is Lucy craft explicit and Japan's aerospace agency will jointly develop a moon Rover that runs on fuel cells in a I the Rover will be designed. So that astronauts can live inside without having to wear space suits, it will measure one. Hundred forty square feet and fit up to four people plan would be for the Rover to land on the lunar surface before a human expedition gets there and then travel to meet them. The goal is to launch all this in about a decade and back here on earth. Ford engineers and designers have made some significant upgrades to the Mustang GT five hundred that goes on sale later this year. The legendary pony cars going to have a supercharged v. Eight with over seven hundred horsepower engineers developed some new body panels with three D printers. That's allowing the company to speed up the development process back in nineteen sixty seven when the original GT five hundred debuted it costs a little more than four thousand dollars as you'd expect it's more expensive. Now, the third generation model is expected to run about seventy grand electric cars are getting more and more popular and Volkswagen says it is restructuring at a shift to produce more of them. Volkswagen has big electric vehicle plans. But a lot of its current workers won't be taking part in that new strategy the German automaker announced it's going to cut seven thousand jobs over the next. Five years in order to funnel that money into electric vehicle development assembly line workers. Don't have to worry VW says the cuts are in its administrative ranks VW says it's going to launch seventy new EV models by twenty twenty eight aiming to produce twenty two million vs by that time at CBS CBS's Jason Brooks, how about flying cars Intel's chief of drone technology things. We'll be taking an airborne vehicle to work in the next five years. This is seen Oetzi ensure is saying that they believe flying cars are going to start showing up in the next five years in that in ten years. We're going to start seeing it with like air-taxis, and I it's not completely divorced from what a lot of other people are theorizing. But the challenge here is that we haven't been able to even create self driving cars on the grounds that we trust especially with concerns over airlines these days and all sorts of other things I think the biggest challenge they're gonna come up against is that even if the technology is feasible, even if they're. Able to build a self driving flying cars and all of this type of stuff. Do we all wanna get inside one? And that's going to be the real question down the line car. You drive. It's likely you've encountered some aggressive drivers in your time of the road. CBS's? Diane king hall tells us a company that tracks gas prices is now out with a list of where people are the most assertive behind the wheel with the most aggressive drivers in the nation might surprise you. According to gas, buddy, Los Angeles. Motorists are the most aggressive followed by Philadelphia, and Sacramento, Atlanta, and San Francisco rounded out the.
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"Thirty degrees in Boston at six thirty. Good evening. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. Disappearance of Jesse Korea missing since Saturday night when she was last seen leaving a Boston nightclub has now turned into a homicide investigation. Her body has been found WBZ TV's Cheryl Docker river latest faith, careers family says that she was found dead in the trunk of a car Boston police. Detectives telling the family that this afternoon when they visited the home they say the twenty three year old woman went missing from a Boston nightclub early Sunday morning. Her family reported her missing on Monday. They've got concerned when she did not return to pick up her young daughter, Boston police confirm they found a body, but not have not positively identified. The suspect wanted in connection with her disappearance. Louis Coleman of providence has been arrested and is in police custody. He was stopped by police in his car in Delaware. Meantime in providence authorities involved in that kidnapping case where I have an apartment building downtown investigating Lewis Coleman's last known address WBZ's Carl Stevens was their residents of this large apartment building here in downtown providence were allowed to come and go as investigators targeted a single apartment rented by kidnapping suspect. Louis Coleman the third doctor Coleman's neighbor, then asked him his reaction when he heard his neighbor is suspect in the apparent kidnapping of Twenty-three-year-old. Jesse Korea of Boston.
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"Thirty one degrees in Boston at three thirty good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. Austin police continue to look for a providence man wanted in connection with a suspected kidnapping of a woman here. Jesse Korea hasn't been seen since she left a Boston nightclub on Saturday night. WBZ's Carl Stevens is in providence. Tells us police are continuing to look for in Louis Coleman Carl. That's absolutely, right. Duck for the past several hours investigators from the Boston and providence police departments have been in this building a looking at right now, a six story apartment complex inside. This building is an apartment believed to be the home of Louis Coleman, the third the man suspected in the disappearance of Jesse career as you indicated she was last seen leaving a Boston nightclub. This was very early Sunday morning now Boston police send out information concerning Coleman's identity earlier this morning, and since that time authorities have been right here. I just saw them fill up a dumpster. So they've apparently got a search warrant to get material that they think germane to this investigation. We hope to hear from the providence police chief where someone here about the status of the investigation. But right now, they're inside from providence Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Thank you, Carl who keep us updated on this developing story in Rhode Island now new detail. Meantime, regarding the Florida charges of soliciting prostitution are against patriots owner Robert Kraft reporter Aaron Katersky with the latest court documents filed in Palm Beach county indicated Robert Kraft pleaded not guilty to two counts of soliciting prostitution and requested a non-jury trial craft is not required to appear before a judge when he's arraigned in March craft was one of hundreds of men accused of paying for sex as part of a crackdown on massage parlors across Florida police said craft was videotaped twice inside the orchids of Asia day spa and Jupiter, including once the morning of the AFC championship game. And he's Boston man has been ordered held on twenty thousand dollars bail in connection with an overnight carjacking involving an Uber vehicle. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports from Chelsea district court, Matthew tyrus, father, a retired Chelsea.
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"I'm Doug cope atop stories now. President Trump in Miami calls on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro who stepped down protests locally and nationally over President Trump's virgin say declaration at the southern border. Hello, mom, reunited with her baby. Son after he was taken to Mexico. The town of amesbury morning. A teenager killed in a snowmobile accident in Maine. Police in a hill. New hampshire. Asking for the public's help in figuring out who left hot tub on the side of the road. A photo shows the hot tub turned over in a snowbank day on Lynch road police chief Andrew Williamson in the past where people will dumb either random, garbage or larger items such debts on back roads and effort to avoid paying for disposal through the proper channels. That is a no no hill New Hampshire. Police department asking anybody who saw vehicle transporting that hot tub last night or today to please contact them. Disturbing crime in time and one of Boston's most well-known cemeteries and WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports and Martin was taking a Sunday morning. Stroll through Saint Joseph cemetery in west Roxbury when he noticed toppled gravestone at first he thought a plow had hit it. But there were no blade or tire marks Martin thought that was unusual but kept on walking as I started walking. I started noticing more and more gravestones toppled over that we came upon this where I think seven or eight of them toppled all more than a dozen gravestones were toppled along the outer edge of the cemetery which serves as the final resting place for a number of well-known Bostonians, including winter hill, mob boss, Whitey Bulger. Martin is having a hard time comprehending why someone would do this awful Kuka to this sacred Catholic cemetery. It's one of the oldest cemeteries in the area. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio New York. Governor Cuomo directing the state police hate crimes unit to help out the NYPD investigate an attack on a Brooklyn synagogue, the rabbi at the combat of Bushwick said it. It sounded like an explosion when vandals hurled an object through the synagogues stained glass window, shattering it. It was too am on Saturday. No one was hurt. But they could have been the rabbi was still sitting at Chabad dinner table with more than a dozen people, including his wife, young children, and guests governor Cuomo issued a statement saying in New York, there's no place for antisemitism or hate of any kind in New York. Meantime, releasing new guidelines for legal recourse to individuals who have been harassed punished or fired because of their hairstyle Cornell University, professor of African studies. Dr noliwe rooks, says this is a win for marginalized communities who are targets of discrimination. Only hope that it will trickle down to other states or trickle across now to to other states who will see that denying someone in education or denying someone the ability to a job because someone is uncomfortable because people in positions of. Or uncomfortable with the with the texture of their hair Willie is wrong and needs to be stopped, by the way in the military. The marines approved lock twist hairstyles in two thousand fifteen in the army lifted its ban on dreadlocks back in two thousand seventeen in Florida student in class who did not stand for the pledge of allegiance causing some fallout. Their confrontation at a school in lakeland, Florida when an eleven year old student refused to stand for the pledge of allegiance. The boy's mom says the substitute teacher in class spoke up my son, go back to his homeland. He was confused. He was like, what do you mean? Africa, she'd say, yeah. The school district says students aren't required to stand for the pledge. But the boy who called the flag racist was charged with disruption misdemeanors. The child's mother wants to charges dropped the school district says the sub won't teach there anymore. Steve Kaethe and CBS news rarely was recruited to play. Rick. Lacrosse at Wheaton college. But instead he is on the sidelines. WBZ Sheri, small tells us watch six feet tall and weighs two hundred sixty five pounds as a lacrosse star. Goalies a definite on the field. There's one problem. Alex. Choose head is too big for his helmet. He found a way around it in high school. Helmet which is essentially to helmets combined together. But now the come the college they have strict rules Wheaton college recruited him with high hopes, but without the sanctioned helmet. He stuck on the bench one sports approved manufacturer made a special larger helmet for a star player at the university of Albany. But not for chew now, east calling foul essentially, saying this isn't fair, I guess you could say inequality they're doing something for someone else because he's a star Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. President Trump's pick to be the nation's ambassador to the UN. Now withdrawing her name that's following reports. Heather new art employed. A nanny was in this country illegally. Correspondent Josh Letterman with more a few names that have come to the service as likely candidates, including the ambassador to Canada, and as as well as ambassador Grenell, the US ambassador to Germany, but we'll have to see who the president ends up with the plan still is for this role to not be cabinet level as it had been. In the past with ambassador Haley as well as some of President Obama's UN ambassador. You know, the president now has the secretary of state that he seems to trust very much in his relying on as well as the national security adviser John Bolton who's driving a lot of policy so unclear whether he's going to be looking to his UN ambassador to do the kind of cabinet level work that Haley and some others have done in the past. Crazy. Crazy enough. That's former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick at one of his Nike ads. He and Eric read down reached a settlement with the NFL..
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"The news watch never stops. Four forty four twenty eight degrees in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope top stories now rallies across the country protesting President Trump's declaring a national emergency over the southern border wall. There are local protests as well with rallies in Boston. And Cambridge today. It aims very high school senior being remembered after he was killed in a weekend. Snowmobile accident Senator Amy klobuchar making her first stop in New Hampshire as she campaigns for president. It is president's day. And to celebrate we're going to go to Alex stone live on this president's day in stock about four presidents etched in stone, Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and teddy Roosevelt mount Rushmore, South Dakota, where they are is eighty years old today, and Alex I suppose the question for some is are these the greatest presidents. Well, that's exactly right. Doug, good job on the names. I was gonna ask you did. You clearly you do know the quiz question there, and what our friends had five thirty eight decided to do today was figure out based on popularity who really belongs atop mount Rushmore. And first of all, it's nobody in our lifetimes, those who show up at the top of the popularity rankings. They went to historians. They looked at three surveys of historians. They did since two thousand nine C span Sienna college, the US president feet Senator did them and they asked for this ranking of. The US brands it ends from best to worst. Now. Remember, it was nineteen twenty seven when mount Rushmore sculpting began. And then finished it several years later and bottom line that sculptors about Rushmore got it right on except for the leader in these polls constantly at the top is Franklin Roosevelt. But he didn't come along until later after that sculpting had already started Lincoln and Washington are always among the top four in these polls taking out Franklin Roosevelt the bowling chosen Lincoln, Washington. Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson as the top four who ended up on mount Rushmore. Now, that's a big deal that so many years ago that sculptors chose those who would be still today the most popular Lincoln, Jefferson, Washington, pretty clear choices, but Theodore Roosevelt, hadn't been out of office that long when they began the project was all they elected to one term didn't serve during a major war at that time. People said no, it should have been Andrew Jackson later on people said today would have like Woodrow Wilson to be up there. Did the polling didn't indicate until the last couple of decades. This is where it would more settle with this group who happens to be there at mount Rushmore, and I would suppose there's really no room to add any future anymore presidents to mount Rushmore that might be also popular with folks as well. Yeah. You know, there's really no plan for it at this point. And if they redid mount Rushmore today who would likely go, well, they would probably add on Franklin Roosevelt since is at the top even in front of Lincoln and Washington in these polls done by historians and Jefferson would probably get the boot because he is now lower down on the list compared to them and just go on through these names. There is no Trump. There is no Obama on their go pretty far back. It goes Roosevelt Lincoln Washington. Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas, Jefferson crewmen. Woodrow Wilson is an hour John Kennedy and James Monroe, according to these studies put together in the aggregated scores of the top presidents in US history. So we're not gonna see Millard Fillmore, Chester, Arthur or Franklin, Pierce anybody. Like that. Right. No. I think you can count that out there right now and anybody even more more recent it's it's gonna take some time. But. This the rankings? You look back nineteen twenty seven they they did a pretty good job of predicting who at least in our lifetime. Now would be considered to have been the greatest presidents ever. All right. Thank you. Alex ABC's? Alec stone and happy presidents day. Well, also, of course at the JFK library. They are offering free admissions day spokeswoman Maria control with more on several family oriented activities and programs at the library and museum..
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"Sure way to solve this winter weather energy unlimited. Fifty seven floors street right off route twenty in Marlborough. WBZ w x ks FM HD, two men food, and I heart radio station. Never it matters. Where you get your news WBZ News Radio. Twenty nine degrees in Boston at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. A winter storm is here's Noah's falling in the Boston area. WBZ store center is brought to you by muff. Reinsurance? Jan Philips auto glass all-wheel-drive till you the CNN and this winter storm moved into the Boston area. A couple of hours ago spreading snow throughout the region, Accu weather meteorologist Dave Bowers here with Dave this storm has been intensifying. We're going to see even more intensifying now. Well, let's put it this way. The next several hours. It's going to be snowing hard here. I think we are easily going to get into this range of three to six inches. We're talking about for the city and points west and North Sea. It's still snowing all the way down to the Connecticut coast. So we'll be watching that snow ice line working way northward as we get into the evening hours. Expect that kind of a change over here in the city around eight o'clock this evening, and then ultimately even over to some rain is actually rise through the thirties here tonight. But until that happens, we've got obviously some difficult travel like I said three to six inches locally and lighter amounts toward the south shore and Cape where the changes will happen a little quicker. The store will be completely over here with before dawn. So it's just a matter of getting the roads into shape for the morning commute. The weather. Tomorrow does help we'll get into the forty s with a actually some sunshine returning. And I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Bowers WBZ. Boston's newsradio. All right. Thank you day. We'll be talking to you often during the afternoon with a storm today. Boston DPW crews very busy Carl Stevens visiting the city's major DPW yard and freeport street before the storm snowplow drivers some of them independent contractors.
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"WBZ's Doug cope has more from along the parade route. It's a Tuesday. It's a school day. But it's also patriots parade day which side wins. So how old are you? What grade are you were you in school today? Why take him here or dad says day away from school doesn't hurt? We had a lot of fun. She took the day off. And we made a good day of it. We're having a good time. Right back to the third grade tomorrow, then Boston Doug, cope WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio who kids have all ages who turned out to support. The patriots today now have to make their way home, which is leading to some lines outside of T stations. But that is by design we check in now with Karl Stevens who is at north station. How are things there at this hour Carl, but we still have pretty long lines as they were. But a pretty significant way with me right now is a young lady. Who's with the patriots fan? She's got her patriots. Gary enjoyed the parade. But she works right around the corner and usually hits home disabled four fifteen train. That's not happening. What do you think about this line? The line is a very very very long, but it seems to be molding moving at a snail's pace. But moving gotta be patient. People are not being very patient. Well, I understand that. Now, you were telling me you have a little historical perspective when it comes to challenge on the commuter rail. Can you talk about that? Yeah. The the Red Sox parade which was held on Halloween. What's it like there? And you're going home to Salem going to sail up. Alouine picking bad, actually. The weather. You know, certainly makes it bearable. That's a really good point. Josh the weather today. It's fantastic. Anyway. About one hundred seventy five years and employees trying to help people. But you can you know. The demand is much better than the supply that a train. They get at survey that this is a historic day by the time. The state has done. We'll probably see more people riding the commuter rail and this single day ever in the history of this old city north station. Carl's Stephen NewsRadio. All right, Carl. Thank you. As we said patience is the key word today. We spoke short while ago with general manager, Steve pasta who says they were prepared for the crowds. You know, we're always happy to have these parades. And obviously a huge challenge for us..
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"It is thirty seven degrees at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Doug cope. Our top story. The FAA has stopped flights into LaGuardia Airport in New York at least temporarily two major staff changes because of the partial federal government shutdown, Philadelphia and Newark are also affected with delays because of that. WBZ's? Karyn regal is Logan airport right now. Rewarding of reporting a more on this story. Karen? I'm looking at the departures board now and the arrivals board here at the JetBlue terminal and looking at the delays starting to build up. You can see him in yellow here are some of the arrivals delayed about two hours. The departures are starting to build up as well. That's it. It's a fairly load right now at Logan airport. And not a lot of people are particularly upset people are coming in looking at the border going. Yeah. I guess that's what we're stuck with right now. But again about two hour delays making their way to Philadelphia some to Newark and some to New York at this point in time. And again, I've only made it to the JetBlue terminal at this point reporting live from Logan Karyn, regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Thank you. Karen? She'll keep us updated. And how this is impacting flights in our areas. Well, now, meantime, it is a second to PayLess pay day for furloughed, federal employees CBS news, Capitol Hill. Correspondent nancy. Cordis with more of the impact of workers twenty thirteen the New York Times found that nearly two-thirds of federal workers don't have enough in their savings to pay their expenses for two weeks. How.
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"Thirty two degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. It's a meeting on border security and congressional leaders are invited. Reporter Hans nickel says President Trump has invited top officials from both sides, and the really will be two meetings one with the cabinet and one in the situation room what you're going to see from the White House today from the president is initially a cabinet meeting at noon, there will be a pool spray the top of that. And that's an opportunity for the president to directly talk on camera to the American people. So this meeting in the situation room where it's very unlikely that there will be cameras. I mean, a lot of things can change with this president. But you're not supposed to even bring cellphones into the situation room. You'll have essentially doing briefings you'll have the president at noon talking to the cameras and then afterwards, you'll have an opportunity for Nancy Pelosi to come out and explain her view of things as well. As Chuck Schumer is just the beginning of what's going to be a split screen Washington here for the next two years trying to gain advantage on explaining their view of what happened. Inside. Meantime, the president takes to Twitter taking aim at former Massachusetts Governor and soon to be Utah Senator Mitt Romney Romney critical of the president. And the Washington Post op Ed ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill. Was a remarkable shot across the bow from Mitt Romney who hasn't even become a Senator yet. And now not surprisingly the president is firing back tweeting. Here we go with Mitt Romney, adding he would much prefer that mitt focus on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful. Trump says I won big and he did it. He should be happy for all Republicans be a team player. And with Romney said to take office has a Senator tomorrow says he does not intend to comment on every tweet or fault. But says he will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive racist. Sexist anti immigrant, dishonest or destructive do democratic institutions. A massive surge. Continuing today for two fishermen missing off the coast of Rhode Island. WBZ's? Ben Parker telling us one crew member was rescued after the ship. Ran into trouble early on New Year's morning. The coast guard received a distress call from the fishing boat mistress around one thirty yesterday morning. The crew reported they were taking on water about two and a half miles southeast of block island Coast Guard Petty officer, Andrew Burris says another boat. The captain Bligh was first to arrive. They were able to pull one fishermens from a life raft. And since then we've been searching for the remaining two crewmembers. The crew members are believed to have been wearing survival suits right now. This is still an active search and rescue. There were some visibility issues at the time of the distress. Call and winds were blowing between thirty and thirty five knots with ten foot seas coast guard cutters, some smaller boats and aircraft from coast guard station. Cape Cod have all been searching. Ben parker. WBZ newsradio. Ten thirty man wanted for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend in Hartford then taking off and abandoning your seven year old son on the street in Worcester. Now in police custody in New York City, Edgar Maldonado was arrested in. Midtown Manhattan early today. Use accused of stabbing the woman more than thirty times boy was found wandering on providence street in Worcester. New Year's morning police say the mother was apparently stabbed inside a car and began screaming for help as Maldonado drove off with the boy she remains hospitalized in Hartford in stable, but critical condition. Coming up getting down to business at.
Health Officials Warn About Possible Measles Exposure In Boston
"Health officials are issuing an alert after, a potential measles exposure here in the, city WBZ's dot co tells us. About the source Dr Jennifer Yeager the Boston public health commission says a, child from another country now, has measles in Florida but the child was here during an infectious. Period before that she says anyone who was at the tasty. Burger near, Fenway park on July nineteenth between seven and, eleven PM or at Logan airport terminal be July twentieth between eight thirty AM and two. Thirty PM could become ill. Between now and August tenth Yeager says though the. Chance of coming down with measles is slim we've had a four imported cases of Measles since two thousand. And eleven and in. That time there was only one case secondary case and she credits. That too high rates of vaccination here Doug cope WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty two. People are dead. After a two car crash overnight on Selma throat and cashew it first responders found a. Toyota sedan split in two and on fire both occupants were ejected from the vehicle barnstable police say one of the occupants was an obvious for tally. The second person was taken a Cape Cod emergency before being transferred to a Boston area hospital with life threatening injuries the driver of a second vehicle large SUV died as south shore hospital after rescuers. Use a Johnson live to extract them from being pinned inside at this point no information is available. About the identification of the victims pending notification of their families to massive. Social media platforms dropped almost one fifth Of their market value this week alone after, reporting disappointing user growth Twitter announced, yesterday, that it, was, down one million monthly. Active users, from the first quarter of this year causing a stock. To plunge twenty point five percent Facebook also took a disastrous, head losing nineteen percent of its value in a single, day was actually the biggest one. Day drop in company history Facebook is warning that it's revenue growth will slow down. Even more well they could continues to deal with issues ranging from a. User's privacy to technology addiction and also. Tries to figure, out just how to deal with fake news as. Well as it misinformation hate speech and also extremism on its service WBZ news time eleven forty one time to talk. Sports now with Chris Valmon in sports studio game three of four tonight between the SOX and twins Tina the two clubs split the first two. Games of the, series both close Minnesota a two one win on Thursday. Boston a thrilling four three extra inning victory last night Chris sale started. Last Tonight's game didn't factor in the decision, he was brilliant regardless after the, game, he lauded, his, offense much the way. We would, laud sale just unbelievable We know what this. Lineup can do and obviously tonight three, three homers Jackie putting us on the board I get lead they're important No picking us up Rick forsillo, will pick the ball up tonight for the Red. Sox Jayco to Rizzi will be the man. From Minnesota opening pitch just after seven ten patriots wrapping things up. Day three and Foxborough the first in full pads, on training camp the team worked on offensive and defensive drills in the red zone all. Reports say it was a physical session quarterback Tom Brady just finished addressing the media right now is the first. Time he's officially done so this. Training camp will have a full report coming up at. The.
Measles, Dr Jennifer Yeager and WBZ discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"Especially Travel is going to. Be very chaotic coming through this region so you need to be coming into the city, tomorrow You need to give yourself a. Lot of extra time drivers aren't the only ones impacted kilometers. Pushed in shove their way onto shuttle buses this morning Used to replace green line. Service through Boston university's campus mass dot is urging people. To plan ahead as travel will get even worse on Monday morning wake up an extra hour Try make do and we'll have more on this coming. Up with WBZ's traffic on the. Threes there's been a potential measles exposure in Boston and city health officials have. An issuing a health alert to details now from WBZ's Doug cope Dr Jennifer Yeager at the Boston public health commission says a child from another country now has measles in Florida but the child was, here during an infectious period before that she says anyone who was at the tasty burger near Fenway. Park on July nineteenth between seven and eleven PM or at Logan airport. Terminal be July twentieth between eight thirty AM at two thirty. Pm could become ill between now and August tenth Yeager says though the chance of coming down with measles is slim, we've had four imported cases of measles since two thousand eleven and in..
Ex-Trump aide Omarosa Newman pens 'Unhinged' White House memoir
"Reform everything from bail through the way non-violent drug crimes. Are being incarcerated former Massport general counsel Rachel Rollins cited her management experience managed over one hundred and. Fifty people I'm really excited about my chances here rounding. Up a half dozen candidates for DA state. Rep yves-andre cover although attorney Linda champion and. Former public defenders Shannon McCullough in Boston Doug. Cope WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty man has detonated a fireworks device, outside the US embassy in Beijing Chinese. Officials, say the suspect injured his hand no one else was hurt it happened a few Hours ago with reports of white smoke and some debris outside, the main compound CBS's Kris liable is in, Beijing and says that, that wasn't the only incident today author reports that a woman earlier in the day of covered yourself. In gasoline it looks like creature able to. Detain her and prevent her. From setting herself on fire After the suspect in custody he's from Inner Mongolia Chinese police say the case is under further investigation housekeepers at Miami Beach. Hotels will soon be armed with panic buttons to help combat sexual assault, the city commission unanimously, approved the safety measure set, to go into effect in August of twenty nineteen. Commissioner Kristen Gonzalez proposed the measure after, she was sexually assaulted. Last year hotels and hostels will be required to provide all housekeeping attendance with a safety button they can use the device if they believe there is an ongoing crime harassment or other emergency. A high profile by short-lived White House aide is coming out with a book if you haven't heard enough from Omarosa you'll get another chance the Daily Mail reports the former apprentice contestant. Trump aid has a book deal and is expected to reveal more about her. Time at the White House and about her relationship with President Trump the report says Moore Rosa manigault Newman signed a seven figure deal with gallery. Books a division of. Simon and, Schuster over Rosa hasn't been making any appearances and she was. On celebrity big brother the book is expected next month Pam Coulter CBS. News reaction continues to pour in after the company that bought the neck oh candy plan in revere shuts. Down shop WBZ Sheri small has more company telling it's two hundred thirty employees not to return until Friday and that's just to pick up their final. Paychecks round hill investments bought neck oh back in may at a bankruptcy, auction sparking hopes that, the employees would be able, to hang onto their jobs after all in revere. The mayor's office says the closure took, them by surprise spokesperson. Bob Mara round hill the company that had a history of resurrecting companies so we were very enthused company such as round hill was coming into potentially rescue deco in revere Sheri small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ News time nine twenty two and with today's entertainment report here. Is kiss one awaits belly cost, and latest information on Demi Levato is that she and friends were on a, drinking binge the night before insiders. Say her sobriety had been filled with ups and downs reports Facebook founder Mark. Zuckerberg's net worth plummeted some twenty. Billion dollars yesterday and a man arrested and put in jail yesterday for destroying President Trump. Star, on. The Hollywood walk of fame he. Did it. With a pick pickaxe with the entertainment report I'm Billy cost to the Mattie.
Police Officer & Innocent Bystander Killed; Suspect in Custody in Weymouth, Massachusetts
"Of weymouth is grieving the loss of two this morning an innocent bystander and police officer michael chestnut both were fatally shot yesterday we understand sometimes which is not grateful enough for the sacrifices people might win the police say emmanuel lopes had crashed a car and fled on foot was confronted by officer chester while vandalizing a home wbz's doug cope is here with the rest of the story he joins us from weymouth this morning good morning doug and good morning josh was quiet sunday morning when this all happened that quiet broken by gunshots police say suspect emmanuel lopes had run into a neighborhood following that car crash by nearby south shore hospital the home vandalized officer michael chesney responding he confronted lopes lopes then allegedly hit off chestnut with iraq stole the officer's gun and fatally shot chestnut now assistant norfolk da gregg connor says after shooting chestnut a local woman was then shot in her home i hired mike chesnot six years ago that the police department at six years has been an army veteran in fact speaking with his mom and she told me that he joined the military to help open the doors firm to get on this job is the police chief here in weymouth talking about officer michael chestnut now another responding officer was able to shoot and wound lopes in the leg lopes was captured he's under guard itself throw hospital he'll be arraigned either they're in the hospital or a quincy district court later on today black bunting draped around the front door the weymouth police station this morning in weymouth doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty the identity of the woman killed by a stray bullet insider home is not been released yet because authorities have not yet been able to notify her family members suspect emmanuel lopes has a criminal history sheriff ian daca of the wbz tv i team tells us he was out on pretrial probation on a drug charge weymouth police say he was selling cocaine to a minor in resisted arrest a judge released lopes on pretrial probation with a condition that he submit to random drug testing he was due back in court on july thirtieth sources say lopes uses a different name on facebook in told officer at the time of his october arrest last year that he was homeless lopes is due to be arraigned later today a talk show lines are busy overnight with reaction here on wbz we get more from carl stevens our hearts are broken once again that was the reaction from the mother of yarmouth police sergeant sean gannon he was the first massachusetts officer killed in the line of duty this year officer chest in weymouth is the second and his death is felt by men in blue across the commonwealth this is boston police superintendent in chief william enforcement spirit lives on route each and every one of us that are trying to do the right thing tech new all the citizens so we spirit loose on with us the superintendent was part of a large group of law enforcement taking part in a procession has officer chestnuts body was brought to the.
Boston, Twenty Eight Year and Seventy Degrees discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Mostly cloudy seventy degrees in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now trouble continuous for the state police the us attorney's office will hold a press conference at eleven o'clock this morning to announce the arrest three massachusetts state troopers charged with thefts of government funds we have learned that two of the troopers are retired another suspended without pay state police troop e has been embroiled in an overtime scandal stay with wbz for details on this developing story every spas to an aclu lawsuit a federal judge issues an order giving the us government thirty days to reunite children separated from their families at the border fourteen days for children under the age of five and a primary shocker in new york alexandria okay cortes a twenty eight year old liberal activists defeats top house democrat joe crowley crowley becomes the first democratic incumbent to fall this primary season in other news president trump is claiming vindication after the supreme court allows his travel ban to stay in place here's abc's stephanie ramos president trump says the us must make sure people are vetted when they are trying to enter the country he calls this controversial travel ban blocking people from seven muslimmajority countries from entering the us a victory this is a great victory for our constitution we have to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure democrats immigration advocates and muslim groups protested outside the supreme court's decision to uphold president trump's travel ban was announced stephanie ramos abc news the white house a local salambek organization is disappointed at yesterday's high court decision wbz's doug cope has more john robbins at the council on american islamic relations says the ruling puts a lot of uncertainty in the minds of local muslim families whether it's people who are not able to seek medical treatment for child at one of massachussetts premiere hospitals whether it's those who have children who are attending who wish to graduate from some of the top universities in the world located here in massachusetts either they'll be able to return to complete their studies or their parents will be unable to come see their children's graduation will we hear over and over and over again is that this is leading to real world pain for real world people he says the decision echoes some of the darkest chapters in american history in boston doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty and arrest overnight in eighteen year old will be and taunton district court today charged in connection with the fatal shooting of another teenager last night in north dighton joseph medeiros is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of seventeen year old michael pacheco police say the shooting happened around seven last night on forest street here's a site you don't see every day a hot air balloon drops into a neighborhood in methuen causing some residents to call nine one one it wasn't a crash just a typical flight.
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Kitty Dukakis talks about overcoming depression with shock therapy
"Saugus doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six thirty two the former first lady of massachusetts kitty dukakis is talking about how shock treatment cured her severe depression we get more from wbz's carl stevens we knew about kitty dukakis is long battled with alcoholism but we did not know what was the result of severe depression which she says has been cured with shock treatment electroconvulsive therapy or e c t m mclean hospital on sixty minutes last night anderson cooper asked her if somebody hadn't suggested easy td what do you think would have happened i think it would have gotten worse and worse to worst i don't think kidding would be here today carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty just ahead on wbz cavaliers were favored to beat the celtics yesterday but you know what games aren't played on paper sees thumped the cavs to open the eastern conference finals full recap coming up in sports wbz news time six thirty three time for traffic and weather together on this monday morning the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.
Hawaii braces for long upheaval from volcano as new vents open
"The second time in three months the same martha's vineyard ferry breaks down the ferry lost power as it left woods hole and route to vineyard haven last night with two hundred people aboard the steamship authority says it had to drop anchor because of a gas issue with the ferries generator it's the same ferry that had a similar problem in march as it made its way to woods hole from vineyard wbz news time three ten a man is dead after crashing his motorcycle on ninety three north in boston forty nine year old jose lopes of brockton lost control of the bike around two am state police are investigating the killer way of volcano continues to wreak havoc on the big island of hawaii to more events have crack the heated surface forcing out hundreds of residents reporter ben thomas says the number of vents now stands at twelve that's lava sizzling in the streets inside the evacuation zone on hawaii's big island we're more than seventeen hundred people have fled their homes the hawaii volcano observatory suspense each several hundred yards long have opened in the late lonnie estates neighborhood since thursday sam not is among those who stayed behind fuming roaring it was thundering rox refer flying out of the ground he spoke to k joanne acid cheryl griffith who says the eruptions caught many by surprise people's dash james they're not going to recruit scientists say kill away is likely to release more lava through more vents but they can't predict where i'm ben thomas wbz news time three eleven now wbz's doug cope in the ace hticket dot com sports studio and garo we are watching a couple of well pretty important games and sports this afternoon bruins enlightening of course game for the playoffs they are taking place in tampa bay that game just getting underway down in tampa bruins down three games to one they have.
Police: Manhunt for gunman who killed Maine deputy, stole cruiser and robbed store
"I'm doug cope wbz news i we should update you on the bruins game as we'd have all night long bruins now ahead five to four in the third period it's thanks to goals from jacob roskin torey krug elsewhere red sox are in toronto as well they are leading the blue jays will have more on that later our top story new allegations against the nominee for secretary of veterans affairs colleagues alleging ronnie jackson recklessly prescribed drugs and crashed a government vehicle while he was drunk the white house defending the nomination with charges of misconduct against the president's position ronnie jackson members of congress now questioning if the president thinks jackson's up to the job of running veterans affairs he didn't think he was capable of doing the job he wouldn't have announced his nomination in the first place spokeswoman sarah sanders is dr jackson past four background checks through three presidents and they hadn't heard the new allegations till he was nominated andy field abc news washington new england live manhunt continuing for a suspect police say shot and killed a sheriff's deputy in maine stoldas cruiser then robbed a convenience store somerset county sheriff dale lancaster cruiser was located abandoned we believe that the suspect has fled on foot and and he is presently at large looking for john williams of madison maine deputy eugene cole killed on route two and norge walkman and that's about sixty miles west of bangor police out in california say dna evidence led them to a man they believe is a serial killer from the seventies and eighties joseph di angelo a former police officer now charged with at least two murders michelle cruises has sister was among the victims michelle crews says she spent much of her life living in fear now i have surveillance cameras around my house window alarms and i'm i'm never home alone so that has continued until today really and i can finally breathe again there was a lot of fear twelve year old boy in plymouth recovering from stab wounds police say they were inflicted on him by his own mother police say the boy called nine one one saying his mother attacked him he and his eleven year old sister locking themselves in a bedroom officers found the woman in a bathroom suffering from apparently self inflicted stab wounds to her neck and chest boys expected.
Study: High school friendships have long-lasting effects on your mental health
"Doug cope the type of friendships kids cultivate in high school could have a lasting effect on their mental health into young adulthood rachel north university virginia let us study of one hundred sixty nine adolescence over ten years she says close friendships at age fifteen could mean down the road at age twenty five less anxiety and depression and more self worth fourteen fifteen sixteen that time period friendships are starting to be their primary sources of support and intimacy and closeness meantime kids who ran with a popular crowd and had more casual friendships experienced an uptick in anxiety in young adulthood being more popular did not predict any of those long term positive outcomes but did predict slightly higher social anxiety at age twenty five meantime study co author joseph allen at the university of virginia says being well liked dht by a large group of people cannot take the place of forging deep supportive friendships these experiences he says stay with us over and above what happens later study participants were assessed annually answering questions about who they're closest friends were reporting on their friendships and participating and interviews and assessments exploring their feelings with his parents report i'm doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight twenty seven we'll have the latest on the us led attack in syria that straight ahead with tina gow sheri small wbz newsradio springtime window grunts what springtime window grunts happened this time of year means it's beautiful out is i wanna air out the house but i can't get this dang window on the back bedroom to open springtime window grunts old windows closed all winter jammed up and out of whack well you ought to call right window that's us look at this it's radio.
Frantic search for teen who apparently fell into sewage pipe
"And madam pan to help employees get to work in watertown doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five oh one emergency crews in los angeles still searching this morning after a thirteen year old boy falls into a drainage pipe jesse anandas was playing at a park with his cousins yesterday when he ran over to an abandoned maintenance building and fill through wooden plank covering a twenty five foot pipe officials say the sewage system run hundreds of feet and feeds into the la river since it was too hazardous for rescuers to enter themselves a camera attached to a flotation device was sent into the pipes the search is ongoing we'll continue to update you throughout the day here on wbz tens of thousands of public school teachers in kentucky arizona and oklahoma are planning to walk out and head to their state capitals today is abc's daria albinger tells us the rallies come after a nine day strike held last month by west virginia teachers demanding higher wages david duval with the oklahoma education association says the l keep schools closed until teachers get what they need and after one day it could go on two days three days a week who knows says they want lawmakers to restore educational funding.