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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To clear out slowly tomorrow but another risk of morning showers at least and then we're off to the races. This weekend's with high temperatures well into the eighties on Saturday and could Because there was help from a great crossing guard. WBC's Carl Stevens tells us the Commonwealth First Crossing Guard of the Year award is a smashing success in the Massachusetts safe routes to school annual awards ceremony, Outreach coordinator Rachel O'Donnell said they received 100 73 nominees for the first state crossing Guard of the Year award, and the winner is You're thrilled to present the honor of crossing Guard of the year. Today's ledger Mr Ledger helps the kids get to school at Northwest Elementary School in lemon Stir. This is what one parent had to say David at his post every day with a huge smile on his face, a big stop sign and a happy greeting for everyone who crossed You who crosses Truly loves his job and the families that he keeps faith. There were four other finalists from Hingham. Braintree, Marblehead in Beverly. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's NewsRadio, Watertown Police sergeant's Jeff Police seed who took down one of the marathon bombers is retiring after 41 years of service. Nobody VCs true. Mulholland speaks with him about that night, which will never be for gotten around here. Sergeant Pugilist is turning 65 mandatory retirement, And that's maybe the only way to get him out because he loves this job. Being a police officer is really in my opinion, the greatest profession in the world and he knows he will always be remembered for the night of the Watertown Shootout As the son I have brothers got into a standoff with police between houses out here. Sergeant pugilist went after the brothers shooting Tamerlan nine times when he ran out of ammunition tackled him, said Ground, and then he doesn't want to make light of it. But believe it or not a moment of levity for him While while holding Tamil on my cell phone is ringing, like crazy. I answered the phone and it was my wife. Will you answer the Drew Mohammed WBZ Boston's news radio, Bad news for the Boston Harbor Islands, which face an existentially crisis, the National Trust for Historic Preservation reports. Climate change threatens the existence of those islands, one of 11 sites appearing on a most endangered list, another new study shows climate change is responsible for sucking the oxygen levels from hundreds of freshwater lakes, not only in the United States, but all around the world. Researchers say. When you start losing oxygen, you start Losing species and at the beach step away from the jelly Fish officials say the poisonous lion's mane jellyfish has recently been spotted in the waters off Hall. And a word of warning for those catching some rays and fantastic beach. The stinging jellyfish is one of the largest in the world with 100 FT, Long tentacles and even when washed ashore can provide a painful experience. 6 38.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Recommend universal and correct mask wearing inside of schools fully vaccinated people here. In Massachusetts will no longer have to wear a mask this coming Saturday on the 29th. But that ruled can vary across cities and towns even after the mandate gets dropped, with the effects of the pandemic still rippling through health systems all over the globe. Now some countries are in desperate need of oxygen as we hear from CBS is Vicki Barker, India today needs more than 14 times as much oxygen as it needed in March, And it's not alone. The London based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, says 19 countries around the world have seen their need for oxygen skyrocket since March, and it's a need many can't fill at the same time these countries of vaccinated fewer than 20% of their populations. The result, the experts fear, rising death tolls and collapsing health systems in the most vulnerable countries. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London Well, we're less than two months out from the Olympic Games and the Summer Olympics in Tokyo is taking another potential blow. The athletes representing the U. S. The training goes on, despite the fact that the State Department has put out a travel warning this week for Japan during that country's covert outbreak. WBZ Strom Oh, Holland spoke with an athlete here in the U. S. Who says All kind of a bit tough to fully block out. Former New England patriot Nate Abner also represents the U. S national team and rugby and he says, Yeah, they're human. So they see what's going on in Japan. At the end of the day, that's that's out of our control. All we can control is our work ethic and practice and what we're doing on an individual basis in a team basis to prepare ourselves for the Olympics, and he's been to the games before for rugby in 2016, so he knows what it takes to get there. My biggest town is being able to grind. You know people get worn out, and I don't tend to do that. Dead. There is now with the Giants in the NFL. That career continues on, but he looks back fondly on his days with the Patriots made dinner with block When you're in that locker room, you know Tom Brady or rookie and we don't know you when we're all treated the same the Patriot way, right? Apparently, it's all the real deal Drew Mohammed WBZ Boston's news radio 7 18 Airlines, avoiding the airspace over Belarus tonight after a dramatic incident over the weekend. Ended with the journalist being arrested. Global Airlines air starting to sidestep Belarus after a Ryanair flight was forced to land there, allegedly due to a security threat after landing, a dissident journalist was arrested. Carriers like Live Thons and Singapore Airlines say they're avoiding the airspace. Now. European authorities are urging other airlines to follow suit. That is CBS is Diane King Hall, the EU putting new sanctions on Belarus following this incident to Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary. Calling the incident a state sponsored hijacking in the Middle East today that Biden administration taking part in another diplomatic meeting between the Palestinian Authority and Israel. This is the administration tries to stabilize a shaky cease fire between Hamas and Israel. Here's the AP Soccer Megane forced in Jerusalem and then in the West Bank, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken pledged the U. S will help support Palestinians. Not only through eight, but by restoring ties. The United.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Just pro choice If someone wants to, I totally totally appreciate that and respect them. I also feel like we should all have the right to choose. As of right now, the CDC does recommend universal and correct mask wearing inside of schools, one parent going so far as to call the requirement of masks, child abuse. Believe accident. Two people in Massachusetts will no longer need to wear masks starting this Saturday. But the rule get very from town and city after the mandates get dropped less than two months to go, and the summer Olympics in Tokyo is taking another potential blow for the athletes represented the U. S. The training goes on, but the BBC's drew Mulholland Talkto one athlete who says it's all about a little. It's a little tough to fully block everything out. Former New England patriot Nate Abner also represents the U. S national team and rugby and he says, Yeah, they're human. So they see what's going on in Japan the end of the day that stuff out of our control. All we can control is our work ethic and practice and what we're doing on an individual basis in a team basis to prepare ourselves for the Olympics, and he's been to the games before for rugby in 2016, so he knows what it takes to get there. My biggest town is being able to grind. You know, people get worn out, and I don't tend to do that and needed. There is now with the Giants in the NFL. That career continues on, but he looks back fondly on his days with the Patriots made dinner with block when you're in that locker room, you know Tom Brady or rookie and we don't know you when we're all treated the same the Patriot way, Right? Apparently, it's all the real deal. Drew Mohammed WBZ. Boston's news radio, The U. S State Department recently issued a travel warning for Japan after a surge of covert cases put new restrictions in place. President, Biden said to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time next month, CBS is Stephen Portnoy, with war more on what we may expect. Critics say the president may be rewarding Vladimir Putin with a meeting. It's a charge the White House press secretary denies. This is how diplomacy works. Jen Psaki says Mr Biden intends to raise a range of issues, including Russian intervention in Ukraine. And the recent landing of a passenger jet in Belarus were a critic of the Putin aligned government there was pulled off the plane in jail. It's an opportunity to raise concerns we have them and again to move toward a more stable and predictable relationship. With the Russian government. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News Washington will be abiding administration taking part in another diplomatic meeting between the US and the Palestinian Authority today. This is the administration is trying to stabilize a shaky cease fire between Israel and Hamas worst in Jerusalem and then in the West Bank. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken pledged the U. S will help support Palestinians. Not only through eight, but by restoring ties. The United States.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 7 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Air closed with the parks are open. Like Stone. ABC NEWS Anaheim, California A sudden teenager has joined the world of dog showing. She's already earned the title of professional dog handlers We hear from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe 18 year old Lily Brenner of Sutton has been around dogs her entire life When I was born, My parents had English pointers and we still have English blenders. We breathe them. So when I was level they told me in the well thing walk with the letters. They called me the puppy socialize, er. So it's really no surprise that four years ago when she was just 14 Lily trained to become a professional dog handler, learning the ins and outs of how to position your dog in the ring had to hold the leash and all kinds of commands. Since then, she's participated in numerous dog shows with her three core G's Dante Bliss and charm. I think my dogs enjoy doing it. I think they have fun. They perked up when we get to a show surges into spend time with them, work with them and do something we both love is my favorite part of atomic clock. WBZ Boston's news radio. Meantime, horse racing fans are getting ready for the fastest two minutes in sports. Tomorrow is the Kentucky Derby. WBC's Drew Mulholland reports. It's getting busy at Churchill Downs ready to run for the Roses. Here's the biker chick. Kentucky Derby. What a race it was last year this year Undefeated, Essential quality is the 2 to 1 favorite. I just spoke with retired jockey Jeff Johnson at Churchill Downs right now, who was helping all the jockey? Check in as part of his job with the Jockey's Guild Jack Carroll, coming in violence that you can see it through their math, pretty cool scene, he says. Happy the weather like there's a lot of excitement here From then he's been around Churchill Downs his whole career I had to know. Is he picking a winner? I'm not already Then Drew Mohammed WBZ, Boston's news radio. Ah, local Olympic Star says Now that she's retired from the sport, she's made it her mission to shine a light on the realities of mental health. Needham native Aly Raisman says she's struggled with her mental health for years. She so could speak, or she spoke with CBS this morning about it. Gymnastics is so amazing that one of the things I've struggled with is worrying so much about what other people think about me and people pleasing because It's really a lot of the sport. And so it's really hard Tonto kind of dig in and really look inside myself and be happy with you. I am Raisman says Tomorrow she'll host a virtual world wellness break marking the start of mental Health awareness month. Washington now, and there's been talk about this lately, but it is official President Biden's rescue dogs or about to get a formidable companion. First lady Jill Biden has let the cat out of the bag. She is waiting in the wings, she tells NBC's today show. The first family is adopting a kitty. How will it go over with first dog Major who has been removed from the White House twice over nipping incidents? That was part of his training. They took him into a shelter with cats. Secret Service. Yeah, and he did fine, though their three year old rescue has had some trouble adjusting to his 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue surrounds, Mrs Biden assures he is such a sweet Lovable dog. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News It's 6 21. What people have said to me. I waved to Kristin when she goes by. Can she.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 7 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"See every day. The Newton Fire Department is called in to deal with a unique issue yesterday. BBC's Drew Mulholland fills us in frustrated drivers officials needed to rescue a raccoon that climbed up to the top of the light pole on the mass pike and got stuck many of you probably saying I'm raccoon. Really? Yes, Police had to shut down one lane of traffic to complete the rescue has heard on traffic on the threes with my king west of Newton corner for a little while. Here it was. They were temporary work crew here. They're already cleared out of there. Quick work rescuing a raccoon, apparently. That timing, though this went down at 6:30 P.m. Not good, better write home today, guys, hopefully Drew Mohammed WBZ Boston's news radio. I suppose it was fun while it lasted for you. Of course not the raccoon 803. Let's find out what sort of critters air out there this morning. Probably you behind the wheel right now. I didn't say that. Lori Grandi is here with the Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. What's going on? You just went their way. Still, listen things out there going on four stuff forced off on 4 95 south on it's still tied up on route 28 to 93 over that all started with an earlier crash We had on 93 South and 93. Saban is very slow, especially between Sullivan Square and that Lever connector downright, which is totally tied up and also pushing traffic back on the Tobin Bridge in through the city square tunnels to expect those slowdowns there. North out Expressway still real tight, starting at granted Avenue to was seven hill that that problem there are 95 south on a car went into the guard rail there and that cost another crash on the other side of the roadway, so 95 South on is a toughest on the south inside their Kendrick Street but also North on is affected by getting through Needham. Let's check out the Mass Pike now with Krista Neck in the WBC news, radio traffic copter. Well, Laurie things they're very busy here on the pike. Eastbound Starting background reached 16 and West. Dude, you're gonna find a lot of company heading in toward Newton Corner is that off ramp to Newton Corner? That's all jammed up this morning. So stay to the left. If you're not using that exit, Speaking of exits the exit ramp to rivers straight down to the Allston Brighton stretches also backed up in the pikeys this morning. Part of that is some construction that's happening on the other side of the river in Cambridge on River Street. They've got the left lane taken there for construction. Kristen acting, the WBC news radio traffic copter. Well, we can't really blame the sun, but it is very sluggish on the south on side of the expressway mean lots of volume there between Columbia Road and Savin Hill. Also expect delays is still 1 28 North Mount from 95 to the to Lowell Street. Some slow moving traffic through people be there and 24 North bound between Harrison Boulevard 93. Laurie Grandi, WBC's traffic on the three. Where's the Sun? We're waiting for the sun here in Boston. Some of us have seeing More of it right now. Others like here in Boston under clouds, It's gray skies. Boston looks better in blue. Don't you know 47 degrees right now we'll see some sunshine, especially this afternoon. And when we do.

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Patriots completing 1-year deal to re-sign Newton

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Patriots completing 1-year deal to re-sign Newton

"Cam Newton signing a one year deal with the New England Patriots. Big news as we hear from definitely PC's Drew Mohammed suggested that there wasn't enough of that last year touchdowns, but Cam Newton gets a one year deal. The Globe's Jim McBride broke the story this morning. Well, just heard from a source that you know this was happening. It was kind of pointing in that direction the last couple of days but could confirm this morning and as far as whether Newton will be the guy next year, you have to ask whether the path They're done shopping. No, I don't think so. I think this is just the the start of it. We'll see how it all plays out. But Cam Newton coming back. The Patriots making moves Drew Mohammed WBZ, Boston's

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day. So it appears we've turned a corner on these storms here in Greater Boston. It is 34 degrees under mostly cloudy skies right now at 8 35 on a Tuesday morning, betting on the ball game could soon be a thing. In Massachusetts. Another move to put sports betting on the books is making the rounds on Beacon Hill. WBC's Karen Regal has details. Baker's proposing a bill as are a number of lawmakers, including Senator Eric Lesser from long metal. Lester also chairs the committee. Looking at the issue. Lester says sports gambling could help US State a bit with revenues viewing sports betting is later balanced. The budget or viewing sports betting is way to generate substantial revenue for the Commonwealth is really just not accurate. It's it's going to be significant and helpful, but it's not going to be, for example, anywhere near the scale. What 23 K was on with the lottery currently is, which is you know, over a billion dollars a year, especially in the western part of the state because under Lester's bill, horse racing would be incorporated. Baker in Lester's Bills would disallow gambling on college sports. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. Top health experts around the country say they are beginning to see some light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel. But getting there still proves to be a challenge. Many first responders are hesitant about getting vaccinated against Cove. It 19 and that is the case. Right here in New England as well. In Maine, first responders were among the first group allowed to get the shots. Would I love to see 100% compliance? Yes, but as many as 30% of opted out up north. That's according to Sam Hurley, director of emergency services. That's a personal decision that people have to make. A crunch of the data in Maine shows that those opting out include corrections officers, deputies, firefighters and police. Of course, health officials all across the country urge you to get the vaccine. When you get your shot Drew Mohammed WBZ Boston's news radio off the coast of New England. Local fisherman Go Hollywood WBC's match here.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And rolling out in Austin James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio New this morning, Ah World Health Organization team concludes that the Corona virus is unlikely to have leaked from a Chinese laugh. And it's more likely to have jumped to humans from an animal. The announcement made this morning at the end of a visit by a W H o team investigating the possible origins of the virus in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. But WBC's Drew Mo Holland tells us not all are buying it. If switches Bill sergeant has taught science writing at Harvard University and Marine biology, he feels very strongly about how Cove it's started. It's always really been more likely that occurred from an accident doing what's called Gain of function research. That's a common thing. In fact, it's the standard test for flu and figuring out what the next flu will be. Basically, you take a virus. You put it into a ferret it mutates. You put it into another ferret, and it jumps from ferrets affair it, I think That's what was done, You know, successfully and then somebody made a mis take and they jacked themselves on the finger or the ferret, you know, wiggled or sneezed and that person got Kobe. But sergeant says over the course of this pandemic, everything's turned so political. The search for answers in Wuhan has and is a long process. Drew Mohammed WBC. Austin's news radio and the nation's capital. Today, the House continues to work on a nearly $2 trillion Cove in stimulus package. But for many, all that matters really is $15. The president's Cove in 19 relief package calls for $15 an hour minimum wage, though he admitted the chances of that are slim. My guess is it will not be the Independent Congressional Budget Office released a study yesterday on increasing minimum wage. It says the proposal would lift almost a million Americans out of poverty, but would also put about a million and a half out of work. Deborah Alpher owns CBS News Washington by the way that congressional Budget Office report also predicts that increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour would also dig a deeper hole for the federal deficit. By about $54 billion over the next decade..

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A work day for a lot of us. BBC's Drew Mulholland. Always working hard cut up with some morning commuters in Medford. I'm off to my my job, okay? And how was your ride? And you came in from Stone to me? Said Yes. And it was kind of slippery. Did the plows do their job Would you say are usually the roads and Maldon? Aren't that good? But it was It was okay. You know, on a scale of 1 to 10, how difficult was it to get in 10 being the worst five? All right. Kind of an average drive in that I got you. All right. Well, have a good day at work. Thank you. You, too. Drew Mohammed WBZ. Boston's news radio. Thank you woke her up there drew also an icy rescue on the National River. This happened during yesterday's storm. Around four. In the afternoon along Canal Street in Nashua, New Hampshire, Police got a call of a man standing on the ice, trying to break it with a large branch. Well, they call them off the ice, but he refused and seemed very distressed. Rescue crews ventured out onto the thin ice to try toe. Grab him save him, But he started to back away. The ice broke and they all fell through the ice and a needy by seawater. Luckily everybody okay, though police and firefighters were treated on scene. Which vaccine should you try to take? Doctors say anyone you could get your hands on Dr. Mark your whack over based a medical center served on the governor's task force for the pandemic, he says There's far too much talk among the national media about people getting a 95% successful vaccine, as opposed to a 75% successful vaccine. Let's say you have the The opportunity to get a covert vaccine that was 70% effective. Would you want to wait two months to get the 95% effective one and risk getting covert. In the meantime, I don't.

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Man Trapped In Natick, Boston Area, House Fire Dies

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Man Trapped In Natick, Boston Area, House Fire Dies

"The latest now from WBC's Drew Mulholland. Jeff, We've learned that a man is dead after fire sweeps three home on Longfellow Road, a woman his wife wife did did escape escape the the flames. flames. Firefighters Firefighters were were up up against against it it here, here, the the flames flames raging raging so so fiercely fiercely they they had had to to get get control control before before entering entering the the home. home. And And that that took took some some time. time. Apparently Apparently he he was was neighbors neighbors in in the the back's back's on on fire. fire. Way believed if I sounded in the rear of the house Neighbors saw the fire in a fire chief Michael in teeny neighbors making the call. Firefighters rushed to the scene. But again, we've learned that a man is dead after a fire in Natick this morning Drew Mohammed WBC Boston's news radio, after

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Has are more than a dozen dogs following an overnight fire in Holliston. Initially, the occupants a couple escaped safely, but one of them re entered the building in an attempt to rescue more than a dozen dogs. Top story this morning on a polished in on the eve of Inauguration Day, security stepped up on Beacon Hill, overwhelming amount of police here. That's the story in Boston and capitals all around the country, bridges and subway stations shut down to and from Washington, D. C in the hours before the inauguration Senate confirmation hearings today for Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees, retired General Lloyd Austin kicks it off with Senate. Testimony today. And just this morning word that President elect Joe Biden has tapped Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levin to be his assistant secretary of health, She would become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U. S. Senate Celtics and Bruins both off tonight. Bruins lost in New Jersey to the doubles last night. One Nothing. I'm Drew Mohammed. Now. W RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com Traffic Center on earlier crash being cleared in Newton on Route nine Hispanic Woodward Street backed up there, You're backed up on the Tobin Outbound doing some roadwork so slow between the Beacon Street off ramp in the Chelsea curves in bounds. Okay on the breaks down and rent them for 95 North bound. Ah, pothole crew working. I wrote one day there. So that is slow, pretty good ride on both sides of the expressway between Boston and Braintree, about a 10 minute drive. On either side there. You looking good on the pipe from the city out to 1, 28 and back and the upper and lower ends of 1 28. No delays right now. Your okay on Route three to the South Shore between Braintree and Plymouth and on 24 between Randolph and Fall River a nice ride heading down to Rhode Island on 95. You're heading up the New Hampshire on 95 You find up there between Peabody and the Granite State. Leaving town on 93 north bound. You're fired from the second bridge all the way up to end over and back. Lower end of 93 is okay between Braintree and Canton. Not bad on Route three.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston University begins giving vaccines on campus Today, The school received 500 doses from the state a swell as its teaching hospital. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will announce on Monday when shall transmit The article of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate. Carries a role in the Boston attorney wanted on rape and breaking and entering charges in Boston has now been arrested. Just five days away from the inauguration of the president elect, as well as vice president elect Kamila Harris, as we get closer to the nation's capital remains on high alert. Roughly 20,000 National Guard troops are in D. C ahead of inauguration Day after the massive storm of the capital last week. CBS is Natalie Brand has a preview of the inauguration. We're dealing with what seems to be a really Unprecedented security level in modern times. This on top of all of the road closures does it dozens of road closures across the region on We also know that this heightened security and the safety precautions extend well beyond the Capitol Hill complex. State capitals across the country have also been put on high alert for possible armed protests planned over the weekend. Despite these security concerns that the need for social distancing in a pandemic, WBC's Drew Holland tells us the Joe Biden team is still planning a celebratory inauguration celebration for President elect Joe Biden will bring out a Who's Who of musicians. Lady Gaga. I will do the anthem J. Lo, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato and Jon Bon Jovi also going to be a part of the show and just added three guys who have never been shy about criticizing the Trump administration. Why should any teacher trust Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos done some awful things in America? And he's a really terrible person as well. Such a flagrant, toxic, narcissistic Groll John legend Bruce Springsteen. How about that? Those three just added. Tom Hanks is gonna host and we think it will be a mostly virtual show and a talented youngster with ties. The Boston will be the inauguration poet 22 year old Amanda Gorman will be reading next Wednesday in Washington, Drew Mohammed WBZ Bostick's news radio. Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollins says today. A court ruling allows the prosecution of in young you to proceed. The state's going to try you on manslaughter charges in connection with the suicide of her boyfriend, Alexander or Tula. The incident happened in May of 2019 the day or total was set to graduate from Boston College judge found that use words could have caused her to lead to take his own life. Citing physical, verbal and psychological abuse during their 18 month long relationship or to his family says he was a loving son, brother and uncle. Police have offered mainstay a 12 year old girls been charged with attempted murder, accused of injuring her father in a stabbing at their home. Authorities haven't identified the girl, but you say she was taken To a youth development center, her father said to be in stable condition at the hospital. The Sun Journal reports that officers were called to that home on Wednesday morning at Auburn and found the man with stab wounds to the chest and stomach. Police say the girl also had cuts on her hands. Russia says it's going to withdraw from the Open skies treaty. Treaty allows countries to fly observation missions over each other's military facilities in a spirit of transparency, But the U. S pulled out of open skies last year and now Russia says that upends the balance of interests so it wants out too. It will take six months for the withdrawal to be finalized, but it will present a challenge for the incoming administration of President elect Joe Biden, who has said he supports the treaty. Elaine CARB, CBS News Israel is reportedly preparing a possible strike on Iran. More on that story from correspondent builds them for reports in Israel say plans are in the works to conduct a strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, According to the report, Israeli military leaders have asked for plans to be drawn up for such a strike. Report comes after an ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program if the United States rejoins the nuclear deal abandoned by President Trump. I'm Bill's M.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Now confirmed by Congress, winner of the presidential election that coming hours after addressing the nation, Our democracy is under unprecedented assault, unlike anything we've seen in modern times. So how this all happened yesterday? That's what we're looking at. Counter terrorism expert Roger Cressey started in senior positions under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. He says they were definitely plans in place, obviously, but they whom the president was not going to act as a instigator and ask Seen this mob to march on the Capitol. I'm Drew Mohammed now. W RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com Traffic center. Things are looking good downtown. Nothing in your way on the leverage the sycamore, the Tobin, the airport tunnels, looking good as well tuned from Logan and your are right on inside the O'Neill tunnel and on Storrow Drive to and from leverage Circle about a 10 minute drive on either side of the expressway between the O'Neill tunnel in the brain tree split. And then you're fine. Continuing on Route three from Braintree, Donna Plymouth North Bound sides, Okay, 20 Fours finds those 95 You're looking good on the pike from Boston out to 4, 95 and back upper and lower ends of 1 28 have no big delays. Lower end of 93 is wide open between Braintree and Ken and the operator of 93. You're good to go from the second bridge all the way up to end over and back. So that's looking good there, Route three towards New Hampshire's wide open between Burlington and National Those 95 on the upper end there between Peabody in New Hampshire, and 95 is also okay from Canton down to Rhode Island and back both sides looking good. I'm Dave Gardner and the W. R K o Traffic Center. Welcome back to customize and save with Liberty Mutual insurance Company. The game show where you only pay for what you need, And we're out of time on Lee pay for what you need at liberty mutual dot com. Now W. RKO Weather Channel forecast. Finally, some sunshine showing up in our forecast Big close low That's been off the coast finally moving on far away from us now and the winds relaxing some here today or still in the northwest wind out there. 40 degrees are high today, but all the rain and snow is push well away from the coast now. 25 degrees are low tonight and then sunshine for Friday. 38 in the mid thirties this weekend. Next several weather systems stay well southeast of us. I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel on the Voice of Boston. Am 6 80 WR Ko..

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Both ways from Lake Sunapee down to 93 involve reduce speeds and getting reports of vehicle sliding off the roads there If David said Ronnie WBC's traffic on the threes and now the four days WBZ AKI Weather forecast with Danielle Middle Well, we are going to see the snow continuing across the area. Now. Throughout this evening, it'll be tapering off after midnight tonight, looking between about two and 4 A.m. four to come to an end here in and around the city. We had the back edge of the heaviest steadiest of the snow now, right around the Worcester area, And this is going to make some slow progress eastward here over the next several hours, the winds right now. Also the big story, along with the snow, gusting upwards of about 40 to 45 miles an hour could have some gusts of 50 to 60 miles an hour along the Immediate coast again through tonight. Snow amounts looking at 3 to 6 inches in the city and along the coast, 6 to 12 inches north and west of 1 28 12 to as much as 18 inches in a few places northwest of 4 95. And with the wind and heavy snow could be dealing with some power outages as well. Later tonight for tomorrow we see some sunshine a windy day 39 degrees, but factory in the wind feeling like the teens and twenties tomorrow, the windows ease up tomorrow night. Impartial sunshine for both Monday and Tuesday. 36 degrees for each afternoon. Um AccuWeather meteorologist Danielle Middle WBZ, Boston's news radio. Right now we have snow, Wind and 33 degrees in Boston, right away in a brand new three road 2021 Subaru ascent, starting at 32 to 95 with 0% financing for up to 63 months. Details at Subaru of New England dot com. Let your love give back during the Subaru of New England share the love event. I'm Drew Mohammed at the WBC water cooler. Governor Baker's message Post holiday here. The same as before. Staying apart is eventually what will bring us together. No one wants to be the person who's responsible for getting a family member Sick and the latest cove in 19 data shows strong surges in Massachusetts. And that's why he was sounding the alarm about a small, socially distance Thanksgiving and now is doing the same for Christmas..

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Mbita is holding another virtual hearing tonight at six o'clock on Beacon Hill. The state Senate joins the House in improving a budget amendment that would expand access to abortions in the Commonwealth. WBC's Carl Stevens with the update, State Senator Harry A. Chandler, the prime sponsor of this budget amendment. Says it's needed because women should be guaranteed in state law access to an abortion, she said. The time has come for urgent action because of what a conservative U S. Supreme Court might do with Roe v. Wade. This amendment rights the protections enshrined by Roe v. Wade under state law. Has been re drafted to ensure it is applied to political subdivisions of the Commonwealth as well. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, It's 1 18, a chilly day, a town rivalry of football game and a Thanksgiving feast. This is the usual recipe for a good Thanksgiving in Massachusetts, but It's not a typical year, and the beloved high school football tradition is a no go this year. WBC's drama Holland tells us how this week is going to be extra tough on the kids. If not the biggest Thanksgiving is always one of the biggest games of the year for the high school football player. It's hard to get used to having so much free time during the fall. Yes, same It really makes you feel like you're missing out. No football this year at Newburyport High School or for the rest of Massachusetts, and Trevor and Jason say that this Thanksgiving is just going to be different and quite honestly rough, knowing there's no game next Thursday. We're really excited to play this year and everything that came with that. They just hope, especially a seniors. There will be a football season for them in the winter, Drew Mohammed WBZ, Boston's news radio, a Christmas tree and bright and that many considered not to have any holiday cheer. And wasn't very good looking is now gone Double. BBC's James RoHaas tells us how the city took quick action after complaints flooded social media. It was called ugly, disgraceful and was compared to Charlie Brown Street. But now the tree installed and Washington and market streets is gone. The only thing remaining is a stump and this a man stand. It was attached to The mayor's office says after giving it time to settle. It became apparent to the Christmas tree and Brian Center was not satisfactory, and plans are underway to replace it. The tree caused quite the uproar on Social Media folks I spoke to on the street were also disappointed.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Frustrated with the transition block at the White House, President elect Joe Biden warns more lives may be lost unless the Trump administration cooperates in a coronavirus strategy. And unless Congress acts to provide another financial relief package right now, he warns of a dark winter ahead right now Congress should come together. Pastor Kovar relief package like the Heroes Act, the incoming Biden administration set to fill key White House positions later today, and as the pandemic drags on, long lines are beginning to form coast to coast cars lining up for hours and miles of food banks. Long lines also being seen it at least two local Coben 19 testing sites issues in Framingham yesterday at one point had police officers telling people come back later. College hockey's Beanpot tournament will not be played this coming February, the pandemic to blame there. I'm Drew Mohammed. WR KO as your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword cash 202 100, You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard. That and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's cash 202 100. Okay. Thank you. Kiss could be investing. One more be the worst. Now they stop. Some never rest or I went back, and we have hit the ground running on this Tuesday edition of the Vinnie Penn Project here on W. R. K o Before we get to Judge Jeannine Pirro Love to hear from more of you out there. Number being 617 to.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Pennsylvania, but he also pulled ahead in Georgia, leading by a very narrow margin just 900 plus votes in this southern state. The Trump campaign just came out with a new statement minutes ago, saying this election isn't over Quoting here. The false projection of job on and as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from Final important to note here. Fact checking devil ZBZ nor any other major news outlet has called this race for Biden period. And the Trump campaign also says that Georgia is headed for a recount. Now that may well be true, because under the state's law, a candidate can request a recount if the margin is less than 0.5% and right now. It is well within the threshold for a recount. So that seems like a reasonable reality. We'll have a lot more coming up at the bottom of the hour with another special report from ABC News on the election of 2020. That is one for the history books. An investigation is underway after a vote counting side in Philadelphia faces a potential threat. ABC is Mark Malard with Maura Adelphia Police investigating an alleged plot to attack the city's convention center, where votes from Philadelphia County are being tabulated. Police reportedly got a tip that a group was driving up from Virginia in a Hummer to unleash an attack. ABC News affiliate W. P. V. I reports one person has been taken into custody, but it's not clear how he may be connected to the investigation. Police say they've recovered a weapon and located what they believe is the Hummer mentioned in the tip. Marker. Malard ABC News Philadelphia In Springfield, a retired police officer, is now charged with attempted murder. In an attack on a current officer there. This story from Devil BBC's John Bay Back officers responding to a disturbance call where they found Leon Moultrie. He was on the force for 32 years he became combative was actually taste once by police. But he pulled the prongs out. And then he went after police with a hammer, striking one of them in the head. That officer being treated for severe but not life threatening injuries. Moultrie was taste a second time and then apprehended. He was sent to Bridgewater for an evaluation. Police Commissioner Cheryl Clap, Rude says. It's another example of why you always have to send a police officer to a mental health or site call. It is flat out dangerous. Nothing from the arraignment session yet. In the Springfield bureau. John Bay Back W busy Boston's news radio. The Massachusetts Cove in 19 Command center, sent out a message last night. A lot of them and definitely busy Drew Mohammed reports. They could be classified as simple reminders. They reminded people of the new measures announced by Governor Charlie Baker this week, the text messages designed to land around dinnertime 5 P.m. in early dinner, I guess the alert also part of a broader campaign's a high risk communities to remind residents that the pandemic is not Over it reached some 4.5 million phone lines, including cell and land lines. I gotta text my wife got a call. Interestingly enough.

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd after he was seen on video kneeling on Floyd's neck during a May arrest. Governs. Conditional release on bond follows four months in prison and means all four officers charged in Floyd's death are now no longer in custody, Court records said. Shove it is due back in court in March. He has not yet entered a plea. But his attorney is blame Floyd staff on fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system. In a statement, Floyd's family said shamans really shows we are still far from achieving justice. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News in time or details have been released in the investigation into the shooting death of Briana Taylor in Kentucky. The report shows contact between Taylor and a former boyfriend who was suspected of drug dealing. But the files do raise questions about what led police to raid Taylor's home, resulting in her death following a burst of gunfire. And during last night's vice presidential debate, Senator Kamala Harris proclaims. Justice was not served in the grand jury case with Vice President Mike Pence, saying he trust the U. S justice system. Koven 19 coverage now and half. The people in a new seven country survey say the pandemic has negatively affect their mental health details now from W. B. C's Drew Mohammed. The survey by the International Committee of the Red Cross found that people badly need to be listened to, especially the frontline workers have actually more need for mental health support than average person worries and fears about losing loved ones becoming sick. Or about health systems being overloaded, all play a role. Robert Mardini, the Red Cross director general, says the number of frontline workers reporting struggles is staggering. Three and four survey responders 75% of Frontline workers reporting negative effects to mental Health Mojo on W. B. C. Boston's news radio play along or pay off. That is the idea behind new finds being lodged against people in Natick, who Violate Corona virus restrictions breaking quarantine, for instance, among the list of violations that could set you back up to $1000.18 sunshine Windy 53 here in Boston. A bad decision costs this guy. Ah, big game..

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"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"drew mohammed" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"A hybrid model expected to kick in next month and amid the pandemic businesses are finding new ways to survive with Coben restrictions. Nightshift brewing, making a movie that a lot of brewing companies are going to focusing on distribution. That's when the major growth engine process last few years cofounder Rob Burns, saying their distribution business is the main focal point these days. Police in Sudbury say they may bring charges against the family who hosted a huge house party last week and forced Lincoln Sudbury regional high School to go backto online learning mode to start the year and the New England Patriots almost started the year off to know they dropped a one in one after losing a heartbreaker. Last night in Seattle. The Seahawks stop Cam Newton at the goal line with a chance to win the game, so I don't get credit for one coach Bill. Hello, Check. I'm Drew Mohammed. W. No Voice of Boston on my heart radio station. Oh, Tyler Sagan of the Dallas Stars, apparently has this thing where he has to be the last guy off the ice. No matter what, And when this Tampa guy started messing with him after Game one, Sagan blocked them and made it look like he was leaving the ice. And then when the Tampa guy came off second came back out. Skated on the ice because he can not do that, apparently. So it got us to thinking, Waterson. What's the weirdest superstition you ever heard of in sports? We can do the Nomar thing all day, and I always hated that. Even when I love Nomar, I hated that. What? What's the weirdest superstition in all of sports that you've.

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