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Hull, SE of Boston, to install generators, take legal action against National Grid after suffering 6 town-wide power outages

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

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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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston getting the bomb threats from downtown crossing the back bang outside the city threats coming. In all over the state, including hingham and Lowell all the fire engines are here and all the cops and everyone some companies inside the cross point building just off route three in Lowell evacuated. We think about nine eleven other bombings, so yeah. It's a very scary thing nationwide. Authorities are saying the threats are not credible. Sources tell CBS news. They were sent through emails which demand bitcoin payments. Mass state police in the Boston FBI office are monitoring the situation. Again, Boston police do not believe there is any threat to the public. No one was hurt when a vehicle smashed through a home in Templeton, Tracy Samuels who was napping on the couch at the time a walk to a loud, bang and a pickup truck in her living room the truck destroyed the family's Christmas tree and the gifts underneath the home has been temporarily. Condemned police are investigating so far. No charges have been filed. The owners of a sports arena in Connecticut are ordered to pay two hundred thousand. Dollars to the family of an eight year old boy who fell out of the stands while trying to high five hockey players. A jury ruled in favor of David and Laurie Friedman in their negligence lawsuit against Webster Webster, Bank arena in Bridgeport. There's some was at a sound Tigers hockey game in two thousand thirteen when a railing gave way and he fell five feet onto the floor below the boy now thirteen suffered a concussion and head trauma that impacts him to this day wearing green and gold in Chicago during a bears. Packers game is never a good idea. And a federal judge agrees. A judge rules against a Green Bay fan who tried to sue the bears after they told him he could not wear his Packers jersey on the field during pregame warmups. Russell Backman argues the rule prohibiting fans from wearing opposing team gear on the sidelines. Violates his rights to free speech. Backman is a season ticket holder at both Lambeau and soldier. Feels the two teams square off this Sunday in the windy city along with a full slate. Sox socks games up. To a dozen more concerts could be scheduled this summer at Fenway park. WBZ's Doug cope got some feedback from residents who live around the.

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Doug cope. And here is what's happening this afternoon. The gas crisis in the Merrimack valley man, what it's done to the people of that area front and center during a Senate committee hearing and Lawrence today Luciana condone the sister of leeann Rondonia was killed when a chimney fell on his car during an explosion told the committee, how the crisis has affected her family. We will not have the Julia Athene, the wonderful, man, we know he would have become to ever go through my family has done through ever again WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe covering that. Hearing for us has this report from Lawrence Senator Markey wants Justice for the residents of the Merrimack valley. We want the leadership of this company to cease to exist. Marquee is calling for top executives at nice source in Columbia gas to step down company leaders, endured hours of sharp questions and criticism. From members of the Senate committee, Senator Elizabeth Warren was not impressed with their performance. Is there something lower than an ass? Reporters. Asked Luciano Ron, Don, the sister of Leonelli, Ron. On the only victim of the gas disaster. What she thought of the utilities testimony? Honestly, my opinion. It was a lot of lies and a ladder covering up. Luciano says the Rondon family wants to make sure leeann ell's death is not without meaning Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, News Radio ten thirty. Lots of people continue to line up outside the newly opened retail pot shop in LeicesteR as a result. There's been lots of traffic on local streets Lester board of selectmen holds an emergency meeting tonight to talk about traffic concerns discuss the Russians more than a thousand customers showed up at the marijuana store when it opened last Tuesday officials say the rush of customers has lasted longer than expected. Tonight's meeting seven PM Lester, townhall, state officials say any website will be created to track reports of hate crimes here in Massachusetts. Governor Baker also asking each police department to designate at least one officer is civil rights officer who will coordinate response to hate crimes and report those crimes to the website governor sent a letter to police chiefs following recommendations from a hate crime task force which has been meeting for about a year. He is separately asked a statewide training group to develop specialized courses for those civil rights officers. Well, he is tweeting again once more it's about Robert Muller and the Russia probe ABC's. Karen Travers, telling us what was in that tweet. President Trump is tweeting. An anticipation of a final report from the special counsel's office asking on Twitter, if Robert Muller will be quote covering all of his conflicts of interest. In a preamble the president's making unfounded claims of conflicts among Muller and members of his team since July twenty seventeen deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein told congress in June. He personally was not aware of any disqualifying conflict of interest. Mr. Trump on Twitter, also asked whether Muller will include statements from all of the people in his campaign who. Never met saw or spoke to a Russian during the election season. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. The president is heading south.

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. WBZ news. Our top story. Saudi Arabia confirming the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi. They say a fist is to blame. President Trump says the Saudis have taken a good first step. But also believes there has been some deception maybe lawmakers and leaders skeptical about the Saudi account calling it a cover up on ABC's this week program. Republican congressman Peter King says he believes the Saudi account is not credible saying the Turks should release audiotapes. So we can learn what actually took place saving up until ready now to show us what they have it's important enough. So this this isn't just become a fight between earn Awan and the crown prince. This is basically civilizations coming together to find out what happened democratic congressman Adam chef also appeared on ABC's this week saying the White House must take action. We have essentially delivered a message. Through the Trump family that it's carte blanche for the Saudi family, they could do what they want where they want and the US will never stand up to them. And that kind of a policy has got to come to an end Turkey's president says he'll announce details bear investigation into the Saudi journalists killing on Tuesday. In europe. There is some support for President Trump's move to pull out of a Cold War era nuclear missile treaty with Russia. CBS news reported Larry Miller with the story from London, although the Russians are blasting President Trump for planning to pull out of the short and intermediate range nuclear missile treaty. They don't like it anyway and are happy the US is taking the heat for cancelling. It putin. Saw the IMF treaty is a legacy of garbage. Weakness. Says Malcolm Chalmers the Royal United Services institute. Russia has violated this treaty. Chalmers says whenever the US has expressed its concerns they've been ignored by Moscow. Larry Miller CBS news London. More criticism of President Trump's praise for Montana. Congressman Greg Jian Ford who body slammed a reporter while campaigning in last year's special election. The president made his comments during a rally in Missoula Montana. Nebraska, Republican Senator Ben Sasse made his feelings known on CNN state of the union program. We need to have a president who celebrates the first amendment and not pretends that meeting up reporters. Okay. Jillian Ford later pleaded guilty to misdemeanor. Assault was ordered to perform community service. A man shot by police in Brockton Friday after a wet at two officers with a knife has died. Twenty five year old Christopher Calabro died following the incident on court street in Brockton Calabro I taken to good Samaritan hospital then transferred to Brigham and women's hospital in Boston and independent review of the incident will be done by the Cape and islands district. Attorney at the request of the Plymouth to you. Progress is being made in the Merrimack valley that story coming up on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. WBZ news time to thirty three. It's traffic.

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And now WBZ's Doug cope with the parent report, many feel it's an unfortunate commentary on today's society. Some parents have bought their kids the latest in protective gear bulletproof backpacks, and that price that some parents would want them. And I'm not surprised at some school. Districts would adopt them, Randi Weingarten, at the American federation of teachers who says it is unfortunate, but guns are out there, and they are being used in school shootings. So many parents are doing what they feel. They have to do the sad moment in America that we have not done enough to get guns out of the hands of people who are not happen that we would be resorting to poop. Backpack. These backpacks are not cheap. They cost an average of about one hundred forty dollars Weingarten is concerned about their cost. I don't oppose that we have to make sure that all kids can get not just kids. Parents kind of the demand for bulletproof backpacks is rising and Weingarten is not surprised you can't ignore that these horrible incidents happen. And that there are three things three wheel buckets that has to be addressed school safety protocols, mental health supports and sensible anti gun violence measures including the red flag laws. There are also bullet resistant inserts available that can go into regular backpacks. For more information on parenting, go to WBZ ten thirty dot com with his parents report, I'm Doug cope. WBZ newsradio. Ten thirty WBZ news time, eight twenty six forty five degrees. Some rain falling in Boston. The temperature. Will remain in the mid forties. Most of the day today. Coming up at the bottom of the hour with Tina go with no lottery winners in the latest drawings Powerball and mega millions rise that and more coming up next. The following message from monster contains multiple uses of the F word, it may not be suitable for younger audiences and those easily offended. Free. It's a bad word that a lot of job sites us, and it's creating a lot of noise, you know, those sites they tell you a free posting we'll get your small business qualified candidates. And then the candidates you get aren't the candidates you want. So they aren't free because you end up paying a lot or there are those other sites where you post your job in the same environment is someone selling a human sized hamster wheel. Or we're qualified candidates. Can't find you because your job post gets buried really quickly way. Deep down at the bottom of the site. Posting your job on monster means you don't have to post on those sites because we don't do any of those things we deliver candidates and qualified once monsters job posting start at just forty nine dollars..

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Doug cope. WBZ traffic on the threes. Has you covered folks are heading west for the long weekend getaway. So this is what we go has those of you who went away for the holiday weekend. Kumbo busy Friday at thought. Wow. What a busy Monday. It's going to be ended his delays started late this morning. We're always traffic. WBZ newsradio. WBZ news time four twenty three. Every ten minutes. We check traffic and weather together. Mike king now with the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Jeff lotta familiar delays up to the north like one twenty eight north which is all stop and go route three up into Wakefield southbound is tough four to twenty-five down into Waltham as well as for three north is heavy and slow going from his AAC bridge up to Roosevelt circle again from four ninety-five pass river road. Route three northbound is jammed up right from one twenty eight a past concord road route ones inching along route sixteen most of the way up into lynnfield and four ninety five south is locked up shortly after route twenty eight down into Tewksbury. Let's see how things are shaping up downtown over the city is Kristen Eck in the mall Frei insurance copter. I'd like let's start over east Boston with the Sumner tunnel that is back toward the airport roadway headed down toward the entrance. The Ted Williams tunnel. Westbound backed up into the air part or the Tobin bridge inbound at the bubbas, okay? The Leverett connector is jammed both sides. Storrow drive east backed out to pass, Sal. Kristen Eck, Bob, fry insurance copter. It's tough on the mass turnpike. I've got westbound delays from Allston Brighton. L towards the state police barracks. Eastbound backed up to starting around Fenway park in towards ninety three the expressway's inching along from the tunnel down past south bay granted after the split northbound slow east Milton past neponsit and then coming up towards the tunnel. Next report four thirty-three with WBZ's traffic on the threes. General cancer center would like to give you these next few seconds to reflect on the everyday amazing people and moments that make your life wonderful. Mass General cancer center every day..

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Aretha Franklin’s lack of a will could make things rocky for heirs

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Aretha Franklin’s lack of a will could make things rocky for heirs

"In sausalito Kim, Wanderley KCBS well it may be. Labor Day weekend but it's, a different kind of holiday weekend in one section of Boston WBZ's Doug cope tells us about Allston Christmas you all trucks are a common sight on the streets. Of Allston on. This annual move in move out weekend if you're moving out, what you need you take with you what you don't you'll be on the curb this guy's a firm believer. In Allston Christmas half the furniture I have it's made out of wood is stuff that I've taken off the sidewalk so better than. The trash it's a neighborhood tradition it, is is is you don't take any furniture that has upholstering on it why is that bedbugs and now it's on to bigger and better things Boston's been good but very expensive to, live

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Health Officials Warn About Possible Measles Exposure In Boston

WBZ Midday News

03:23 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Measles, Dr Jennifer Yeager and WBZ discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:18 min | 2 years ago

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..

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Ex-Trump aide Omarosa Newman pens 'Unhinged' White House memoir

WBZ Morning News

03:29 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Police Officer & Innocent Bystander Killed; Suspect in Custody in Weymouth, Massachusetts

WBZ Morning News

03:00 min | 2 years ago

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.

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For sports and doug cope on his bike dot com sports studio i didn't know they allowed bike riding in there well you know i it's this time of day it gets you going yeah but you know what before we start with sports we have to wish ring ingo star happy seventy eighth birthday today happy birthday ringo yeah now seventy eight good number but you know what one hundred is a good number two you know why no because mookie betts let off last night's game by launching the one hundred home run of his career as the red sox beat the royals tend to five last night jd martinez also at is twentyseven years ender bogart's is fourteenth bets joining tony kanal jim rice and ted williams is the only players to at one hundred or more homers with the red sox before turning twenty six and chris sale stuck on twelve to win his ninth of the year and that was the one hundred victory of his career socks and royals again casey this afternoon two fifteen pm red sox now one sixty games this year two games up on the yankees and the al east that's after the blue jays beat the yanks and a sunny gray once again in toronto six to two grey says well he's had a lot of bad luck this year if not early in the season anymore it's not i mean this is when you're expected to go out there and contribute and in getting some type of rhythm and go out and and put together solid stars back to back and and i haven't even been close to being able to do that sunny graves had a rough year for the yankees this year and that's good for us rosters for the two thousand eighteen all star game by the way we'll be unveiled to morrow night quarterfinals of the world cup halfway done in russia france shutting out uruguay two nil friday belgium aging brazil to belgium and france will play each other in the semi on tuesday quarterfinals continuing today russia host russia facing croatia sweden clashing with england tenant serena williams advancing to the fourth round at wimbledon or sister venus has been eliminated serena going for eight the wimbledon singles title takes on that you have genius rodeina on monday on the men's side roger federer advancing to the fourth round with twenty nine th consecutive match victory of the all england pub a decision over yon leonard struck that is sports just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio to get live local news on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six thirteen it's traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes now and once again here's rob hackler art we're looking at a good ryan heading north of town the update brought to us by.

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Boston, Twenty Eight Year and Seventy Degrees discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

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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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine it is very easy to listen to be on your echo smart speaker just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio reactions are still pouring in to the guilty verdict for former mob boss cadillac frank salami and his codefendant paul we'd in the nineteen ninetythree murder trial of boston nightclub owner stephen desario again i murder happened back in nineteen ninetythree wbz's doug cope talks boston defense attorney tracy and get his take and reactions on his trial i think the reaction will did the sarah family who had to suffer you know so long it's gotta be cathodic and certainly gratifying that the united states government is has been able to you know close this close this close the door on the old time map here in boston this is i think i don't think there's any more organized crime you have the top notch prosecutor why shack and his team probably the best bob prosecutor in the country and the defense put up a very good defense attorneys zang weinstein crow and they and they did a great job in trying to say look there's a reasonable doubt that fleming isn't telling the truth and maybe he could have been the killer things like that so you know it was a tough case and the jury took the time went through it and came back with i think what is the correct verdict and also a very lengthy case this took a long time to prosecute well liked the bolger case these types of cases take a long time because bodies disappear but it was almost right out of central casting of the sopranos godfather goodfellas the the sex for all school mafia hit a body cronin a body buried in a location a body dug up for whatever reasons eventually they criminals turn on each other and give the information that they have in return for something and in this case a jury believed that it was true information again that's boston defense attorney phil tracy and by the way both salami and we'd face life behind bars when us district court judge allyson burroughs hands down their sentences.

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are swimming pools open june twenty third doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty and it's not just the beaches which have opened up for the summer you can cast off your boat as well warm weather coastguard stations in scituate block island rhode island and fishers island new york are open for business and will stay open through labor day each station is equipped with rescue boats and crews able to respond twenty four hours a day wbz news time is five eleven and now it's time for sports and charlie berge ron is in the as hticket dot com sports studio good morning charlie good morning art it's game seven tonight celtics in cleveland at the garden nba eastern conference final i mean we know we haven't lost on this is one game ago to finance i saw we just one game that's the celtics jason tatum cleveland will be without kevin love that concussion from game six keeps him out eight thirty tap wbz's doug cope live reports from the garden tonight the winner to the finals the opponent still to be determined western final is even at three games each golden state rallied from seventeen back in the first half crushed houston one fifteen eighty six in seven tomorrow in houston fenway red sox came from deficits of three nothing in five three to be that lanta eight six andrew benintendi three hits three rbi kinda scuffling there for a few games but just trying to stay up the middle and use the other of the field left field and trying to drive something and it will do that today steven wright pitched three innings of scoreless ball in relief to get the win angels beat the yankees eleven four red sox to up in the east major league soccer ribs and white caps a three three draw in vancouver at gillette yesterday men's division one lacrosse semifinals yale and duke advanced to play in the game tomorrow in foxborough charlie birger on wbz's be prepared for your day with the wbz morning news good morning i'm josh binswanger lawler adam kaufman wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news.

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Active shooter in Panama City, Florida

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

Active shooter in Panama City, Florida

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Kitty Dukakis talks about overcoming depression with shock therapy

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01:05 min | 3 years ago

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.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz news time six in sports celtics battling the philadelphia seventy sixers and phillies celtics lead the playoff series three games to none but they're having a tough time with the seventy sixers tonight the third quarter philadelphia leading the celts eighty eight to seventy six red sox off tonight they head to new york tomorrow they will take on the yankees i'm doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty now time for nightside with wbz's dan rae you found nightside with dan rae fewer looking for some intellectual challenge you're in the right place tonight lock us in and enjoy great conversation all we ask is that you'd be willing to engage in a conversation and you not engage in personal attacks the news watch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty good evening everybody welcome on back it is eight zero seven doug cope thanks very much vic wins don coming back dog as he's he's left us here high dry it's unbelievable you guys are doing a great job i'll tell you when he comes back i don't know i'm telling you dodge i don't know i don't want him don't want it to be like wally pep lou gehrig remember that situation i don't know i think he's on a big big adventure and we'll hear from dominic back doug cope in the newsroom tonight with a cast of thousands taking care of everything good and here it is robin i just robin me that's it robs behind the glass i'm in the studio and you're at home that's the show we don't have like seven co hosts here in the studio nope it's you and me you're at effect my co host rob's kind of a co host to doesn't get to talk much i can hear him we don't have a microphone for rob so rob is rob will tell me stuff in my ear and sometimes they pass on at rob says but you can tell me stuff on the phone and you can pass it on to people in thirty eight states that's.

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Hawaii braces for long upheaval from volcano as new vents open

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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.

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Police: Manhunt for gunman who killed Maine deputy, stole cruiser and robbed store

Nightside with Dan Rea

02:20 min | 3 years ago

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.

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Study: High school friendships have long-lasting effects on your mental health

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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.

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Frantic search for teen who apparently fell into sewage pipe

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01:09 min | 3 years ago

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.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of a busy street and passersby barbara heads as the procession arrived somerville doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 an oxford man is under arrest after nearly five hours standoff in the woods behind situa police headquarters douglas amenity rich allegedly got out of a car on route three a around eight thirty this morning and told police he was suicidal and made threats against them he claimed he had weapons none found areas schools were put into lockdown for a time businesses as well warrant was issued force amount of its out of hang them district court roughly six days ago for allegedly violate in a restraining order and in taunton police are trying to determine how it teen got his hands on his mother's gone before shooting a 12yearold boy in the arm wbz tvs on a miler says this apparently stemmed out of a dispute some kind of bullying online at taunton mother says her thirteen year old son was home monday afternoon when a group of kids showed up and began calling him names and threatening him oh lead can had it been corner deny fund for theonas is this may be a facebook type of bullying fay where two or three young men juvenile's went to his house hi he was confronted by them they were in his yard the comments that they had made as i understand it brought fear to him police say the teen went into his house and somehow accesses moms rifle from a secure cabinet came back a second time and so my simon that have gone outside right and then my thumb when outside with a guy and he shot like head and arm the boy was taken to a rhode island hospital where it last report he was.

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"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Teams doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 president trump is not letting go of the national anthem protests story last night on fox news he said the nfl cannot disrespect the anthem i think it's very disrespectful to a country and the world picked it up and guess what most people agree with me danny at manila says he thinks he and his patriot teammates will stand during the anthem this sunday in foxborough but he says it is not sunday yet today at the hollywood walk of fame definitely an icon some women is coming liberating experience a panicky homeless has not people reacting to the death of hugh hefner who helped to ignite america's sexual revolution we have more now from cbs's deborah rodriguez the founder of the playboy empire hugh hafner has died at the age of ninety one media expert robert thompson would they put your name you're part of 20th century american culture jeff napkin leads tours past the playboy mansion in los angeles people make jokes you have it all that but in you think about who he is and what he what he's done huge huge guy more on the life and times if you hafner from cbs's john blackstone he spent his life making sex sexy with the best things on this planet the founder of playboy magazine turn provocative photos into an empire and the bunny into a billion dollar symbol of freewheeling sexuality where i think we were there to ignite the flame that became this revolution a statement from playboy magazine says hafner west surrounded by family when he died of natural causes at his home last night i'm deborah rodriguez wbz news time nine thirty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes we check on.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To extort jobs from the reality television show wbz's doug cope reports from the federal courthouse in boston as the not guilty verdicts were where there was a collective sigh of relief from the four defendants followed by hogs and pats on the back between the four their attorneys along with members of the audience who have been following this trials insufficient there was even our hope at a hollow of joy for one woman outside the courtroom the bad woman threeman joy was thank for their servers by judge douglas woodlock told them they've been grappling with some tough issues and they should take some time to get back into daily life that whilst in federal court doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 meantime boston mayor marty walsh is defending is is administration from any alleged ties to the top chef case and wbz's bernice core pools has that part of the story mayor walsh she says he's relieved that the child is over outline is now witnesses testified that canberra set a top aide to the mayor threatened to pull permits for top chef if the show did not higher union workers but the mayor says an internal review showed no evidence of criminal activity is clear in our report in generally we do on that note low city employee had anything to do with holy permits up they showed their video on watson they shot i was on the show any says the verdict does not mean it's okay for teamsters to intimidate anyone idle with what will gather so what trade it is what union it is on that activity never have another way in boston bernie scorpio's wbz newsradio 1030 tom cutting now in the eighth ticket com sports studio red sox yan cardinals twogame fenway series rick per cell throws in game one red sox divisional lead four and a half games patriots practicing jointly joint practicing with a youth and texans at greenbrier resort in west virginia patriots receiver brandin cooks is a big fan of the joint session you know is great to be able to have this you know like you said last rejects will now have a great defense in houston olives don't exist stockman in your game gin the.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"doug cope" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Can save the snapshot from progressive visit progressive com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates snapchat not available in all states or from all agents wbz news time 509 the dow just falling short of that sweet spot and twenty two thousand bark mills from bloomberg joins us now i'm mark i just about a point short of the broader stock market fell slightly today even as tensions have eased with north korea positive economic news may actually have weighed on stocks today strong retail sales were reported for july that boosted speculation that the federal reserve might raise interest rates again this year that could have wait on the stock market the dow gained five points closing at twenty one thousand nine ninety eight point nine nine so just below twenty two thousand the smp 500 down appoint the nasdaq lost seven about a tenth of a percent the bloomberg wbz massachusetts index down half a percent business reports at eight and 38 past the hour i'm mark mills bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 thank you mark not guilty on all counts a federal jury cleared four teamsters today of extorsion charges in the top chef trial wbz's doug cope was in the courtroom when the verdicts were rat hush claim over the core grown as the verdicts were about to be read that a collective sigh of relief from the four defence dense as not guilty on all counts of conspiracy dork stored and attempted extortion word judge douglas woodlock thanked the nod woman threeman jury for their service it praised them for paying careful attention and grappling with some tough legal issues they left the cortas quickly after deliberating for some twenty hours over four days as the courtroom clear the a hugs and pats on the back between the defendants their attorneys people in the audience who had stood by them through the whole tro boston federal court doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 in our leonard jones with reaction from the defence defense attorney oscar cruz says his client is pleased to put three difficult years awaiting trial behind him i also am pleased with the fact that the jury was able to see through the.

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