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"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees in Boston it's breezy and sunny is twelve noon good afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening right now governor Baker is on the road again today is touring the another company this time in fall river so we bring his daily coping nineteen update from fall river at around twelve thirty we will carry that live for you here on WBZ newsradio and we will stream it on the I heart radio app now as of this morning there were eight hundred and seventy new cases of covert nineteen in the Commonwealth the lowest in weeks also the death toll down but health officials caution that it could be due to low reporting around the mother's day holiday is on Monday phase one of the governor's re opening plan could begin it's scheduled to begin and WBZ's James Rowe Haas says restaurants want a piece of the financial pie the group says of the three hundred thousand hospitality jobs in the state path have been lost since restaurants were ordered to shut down for banned the dining experience they believe sixty thousand of those jobs may never return the Massachusetts restaurant in job group says they want to re open next Tuesday with a limited capacity and go back to full capacity next month reconfiguring dining rooms and patios sanitizing menus after every use and spacing table six feet apart now Baker's plan to reopen the economy is going to be a gradual one because there's concern opening up too quickly will lead to a resurgence of cases James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio fed chair Jerome Powell warning today of a prolonged recession he's urging Congress and the White House to do more to prevent long term economic damage from the viral outbreak will Democrats right now are working on a new three trillion dollar stimulus package speaker Pelosi the heroes that focuses on three pillars opening our economy safely and soon honoring our heroes and then putting much needed money into the pockets of the American people Senate Majority Leader.
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"Forecast which affords some warmer numbers in fact above average for a change here in the Chicago for Saturday fifty one degrees our low tonight with some cloudy weather the lakeshore mostly cloudy Saturday morning partly cloudy Saturday afternoon and warmer high of seventy three sunshine and mid sixties
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We have fifty one degrees now four oh six and if you that our country can be rolling again pretty quickly pretty quickly we have to fight that invisible it would be the biggest unknown but we're getting to know what a lot better this is no time for Donald trump's record of hysteria xenophobia hysterical xenophobia to and fear mongering to lead the way instead of science only twenty nine days jail J. coast to coast from order to order two shiny the to Sean Hannity show glad you're with us toll free eight hundred nine four one showing you want to be a part of the program it is two hundred and twenty nine days to use the American people the ultimate jury you'll get to decide a lot of issues on the table we are now worldwide two hundred thirty six thousand four hundred and twenty that have contracted corona but with this number of deaths we don't want any deaths but it does include those in China and Italy and Iran we believe nine thousand seven hundred and ninety in the US eleven thousand two hundred and seventy four have contracted the virus confirm now that number we expect to rise dramatically in the next few weeks as testing is expanded out drum also in bigger numbers a hundred and fifty seven Americans have died two offers some specter of ducks let's just go back to the hang on a sec my daughter just walked in it would come up hello there now what did you say hello M. K. and K. very say hi to everybody Hey you have this big what's gonna numbers okay so once a day or every other day my daughter you're eighteen right yes eighteen years old okay you and your friends what do you say Mr Hannity Mr Hannity what you say are you ask me questions about what the current virus right and I'm on a scale of one to ten how freaked out are you ten and all your friends are a man and I every day I get the same questions are we going to die no you know you just used social distancing right now we're not using social distancing you're very close to me using the same microphone and pure relative you want gloves a mask but you know there is something good about this every boy in the in the world fourteen through the you know whatever guess what they all have germs that's a good it's a bit when the right that's a great thing yeah absolutely M. K. listen to everything your father so give us an everything your father says on this is all good now no you don't think so oh man all right listen thirty twelve more days the idea is we want to get a cure the president in case you haven't been following the news which I know you don't how often it was in a show like never right never never okay however the watchmen TV show do you have any idea what I do for a living yes barely right okay well the president announced today along with the are you had it once we'll say goodbye to everybody don't be rude hi okay we did have some announcements to faith can you believe this that we have three fast track FDA approved of these are we have two drugs that have been used and are showing extremely promising possibilities both prophylactic Lee and in terms of of diminishing the facts of of this corona virus one is called core Quinn and the other is called a run disappear and that's what R. N. A. an inhibitor was used for the ball and sars core Quinn what's amazing is that mostly been used since nineteen forty five as of malaria drug and if you look at those areas of the world where they have had high incidence of malaria and they've been using this medicine you have very low incidence of covert nineteen which is a lot of promising we have some other issues now before us we now China whether we can trust it or not apparently we do have some other outside observers on the ground they are now saying that their infections are down to zero meaning new infections no locally transmitted coronavirus case for the first time since the pandemic began for them first identified we now know earlier than they said around December seventh the World Health Organization they actually said all users no person to person transmission of this virus they said that on January fourteenth the World Health Organization is useless and then and then slammed Donald Trump the first case in the U. S. January twenty one this year the travel ban into fact yeah the one that was called hysterical xenophobia and fear mongering by Joe Biden yeah that was ten days later are we gonna get to Kevin McCarthy in just a second but I want to just point out a couple of things of relates to China you know there's a report out now that the corona virus outbreak could have been reduced by ninety five percent worldwide if China acted sooner ninety five percent now this is it a recent study university of Southampton and they said that the global outbreak would have dramatically been reduced had the government acted sooner I asked Mike Pompeii secretary of state last night on Hannity and said well if you had gotten a call from China early on and they said Hey we got something going on here maybe you want to come and bring your medical researchers scientists doctors take a look at it would you have acted as like yeah we would the reason that Americans even offering a ran some medical assistance because if Iranians travel abroad then they're going to be infecting other people around the world to so just good common sense ninety five percent is outrageous and if China now we can't calculate how many people would have contracted this virus had the president not shall shut down shut down the borders as quickly as he did it's it's just unbelievable to me and then we have media there was a a great piece winter I've read this earlier today news busters had this house CBS and other media are praising how China attacked the virus there's nothing much that is Chinese propaganda there's a article on foxnews dot com China recast themselves as the global get this corona virus response leader really because the world wouldn't have this but for the their irresponsibility recklessness and this and and deceit and deception in hiding what was really going on another on the hill in article China and the world health organization's chief hold them both accountable for this pandemic I agree with that we have senator Tom cotton another's introducing a bill to end US dependence on Chinese manufacture pharmaceuticals that's gotta happen we can't rely on them for anything and Wall Street journal report China reports no domestic coronavirus infections for the first time anyway the deal with all of this we have GOP minority leader in the house Kevin McCarthy with us how are you congressman I understand two members now have tested positive for corona yes we got to Mario D. az Malard from Florida Republican and then we got to Ben McAdams out of Utah Democrats we have some members who are around them self quarantine themselves none of them have any symptoms that sh one of this idea do we ever get to a point where members could vote from home you know you have to change the rules to do that we we've done some research on that in the past when it came to the Spanish fluent others there's a there's a way you can't pass something by unanimous consent but everybody have to agree to it so we're looking at different options talking the speaker about how can we make sure to have this happen we can come back and vote because the Senate is working on another package now we want to make sure that packages what is needed we wanna make sure we have time lines in there but we want to really focus on small businesses those employees making sure they're staying working and getting to the need that they need right now I don't think there's anybody is fiscally conservative as I am this is the country though that rebuilt Europe this is the country that be back fascism Nazism imperial Japan communism and radical Islam ism we pay the price constantly and the world benefits I always say there's never been a country in the history of the world but the U. S. that has accumulated more powers but Barry Farber says abuse at last I say that is also used it to advance the human condition more than this one so we have the first bill and they're arguing about abortion in the house that is the Democrats set up that that bill is talking about four hundred thirty five million for global health poor programs not not to help Americans three hundred million international disaster assistance to R. sixty four million diplomatic programs the hundred million worldwide security protection two hundred fifty million economic support fund please please focus on corona related workers in industries and small business people in big industries that are impacted by this why does Congress do this every time well you saw what we were able to do with that billing changes that bill before came to the floor we put a sunset we took the abortion language out of that we put the hide which is a high demand it it's been there for so long protecting taxpayer money not going for that we gave them options for small business is less than fifty we make sure that we gave the ability for the labor secretary treasury secretary to write regulations without come back giving flexibility greater to small businesses we gave small businesses advancement on the money so they can actually pay their employees but the changes that we had to made that started with the speaker of what they try to do each and every time they try to grab legislation that could never passed in the middle of a crisis and put it in we made him focus just on the coronavirus that that was the only thing you may want to share their free testing and the other thing that your your listeners really have to understand you know this crisis we have when it comes to mask what we wanted three M. because they have these millions of more mass that are industrial we made but they could work for our nurses and others thank you they just will get sued if we don't change it to allow them to sell it we've been that's the red tape of the I mean I thought today was very very hopeful today I thought today was a big step talking about core Quinn and written this severe and and god bless you last month younger and so we tried to get that legislation in the supplemental the very first bill the Democrats wouldn't let us luckily we got it into the second one so now millions of more master there but I thought the press conference was very good today I talked to the president in between his two meetings and here's a guy who is definitely never sleeping in it I think he has the right team sitting in there when you watch this but think about this it took us two years to get to the clinical one testing level four vaccine when it was sars we are already there there are people in Washington state they're already being injected with the vaccine being tested that's unbelievable you've got these therapies and Gilly add to the others watching that how to best treat that and that was the focus of this president and the FDA and others and remember president trump was the one and I got the phone call he pushed us to be able to change the FDA to allow people who are who are sick and at the last stages to have the right to try meaning there is a drug out there but it hasn't been approved but it's very promising doctors test you can try it if you want to be able to save your life that is going to be able to move and shape people's lives just like with this president making that decision early on to not allow those planes from China to come to America now the World Health Organization saying the epicenter is Europe you know why because their leadership didn't do the same thing the president trump did and people criticized him for are you getting some some emails as I am that there are for example people that have been on church missions is still can't get out of Peru that there are Americans on is being held on some of these cruise ships and they can't get out I I know it may sound individually but I hate any American caught anywhere and and what can we do to help these people you know I did get an email like that today there are there are pockets around the world Americans can come back home and we're working through that it sometimes it it becomes a challenge with that country itself but we work through that I've talked to at the very beginning and this will bring Americans back from China working personally with the the secretary Pompeii taking a hands on approach giving individuals out and sometimes it's the country allowing them out because you have a situation that may be there is an American citizen and the spouses here on a visa and that countries holding them up but this is something that they've been working through and you your rights on when you talk about what the compassion of America if China had allowed our scientists our researchers and our doctors and at the very beginning we could contain this and China because there is a prime example memory bold which is even more deadly what's happening in Africa here we are even in Congress we appropriated money why because it was smart to keep it contained in Africa and you know what the American from the NIH and the CDC was able to do contain it and now we have a vaccine for it and we're safe from China and this is where America's gonna save the world tell you what's going to happen we're going to the world again they have a couple of minutes to to hang with us or you got a rough idea all right have a McCarthy GOP leader house of representatives talk more about the aid that as much needed for American workers and industry big but small businesses across the country I know I have so many friends of mine I'm worried about waiters waitresses people that are in industries that are getting clobbered here and the long term help that they deserve has to be you know forthcoming quickly in the right help Hey cyber criminals they never take a day off always looking for ways to rip you off new account fraud as a tactic in which they open an account in your name that's on the rise another identity fraud trick is they.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station fifty one degrees with clear skies at one o'clock good morning I'm Steve greenfield and south Korean officials say that North Korea has filed several unidentified rocket steam Usha reports at least three projectiles were fired towards the sea of Japan from a city near the country's east coast just last week the north launched what military officials believe we're too short range ballistic missiles as denuclearization talks have broken down between North Korea and the US the north is repeatedly fired missiles the country is also recently bragged about developing a new weapon system the new jail N. B. C. news radio Scarsdale has canceled school for more than a week because of covert nineteen a faculty member a here at Scarsdale middle school tested positive for covert nineteen and school officials out of abundance of caution closing down all school buildings until March eighteenth New York City meanwhile currently has thirteen reported cases four people are hospitalized nearly twenty displaced following a fire at a New Jersey home which broke out Friday night at about nine fifteen along Market Street in Perth Amboy firefighters rescued two children and in adults were trapped in the attic the red cross is assisting the eighteen people who were displaced a woman currently hospitalized after she was struck riding her bicycle in Brooklyn public Castro report the forty two year old victim was hit by a dollar van around five fifteen PM Saturday at the intersection of Avenue U. and Flatbush Avenue near kings plaza in mill basin police say the driver tried to flee the scene but several witnesses held him down until cops arrived charges against the driver are pending the victim was taken to Kings County hospital she is said to be in stable condition all the Castro W. O. R. news a girl in Iowa who lost your sight after nearly dying from the flu has regained her vision just weeks after leaving the hospital following her recovery from influenza family members of the four year old girl noticed she was walking to the bathroom all by yourself no assist ins the girl who had gotten the flu shot came down with the virus days before Christmas after rushing her to the hospital she suffered a seizure and Christmas day doctors told her that the flu had caused significant brain damage oil prices tanking over twenty percent of them thirty percent in Monday trading overseas global markets steeply sliding and Wall Street Dow futures nose diving it's all corona virus related says A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson oil producers can't agree on production cuts to allow for reduced demand caused by business downturns workers staying home and other effects of coronavirus and now Saudi Arabia's apparently triggered an oil price war with Russia Tom Kloza head of the oil price information service I think it's gonna be a little bit of a black Monday for oil markets and perhaps with financial markets rough weeks is closer you make to your four oh one K. drop by eight or ten percent let's say well I can buy gas with dollar eighty nine the latter would be an economic stimulus in better circumstances chucks Iverson ABC news star gazers got a special treat today first there's a super moon which is projected to be at its fullest and in addition before the moon sets planet Saturn Jupiter Mars and mercury will be visible in the.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees in Boston at seven o'clock good evening I'm Suzanne saws bill here's what's happening a holiday rush is under way with the millions taking to the road skies and rails with triple a estimates nearly seven million people will travel by air this holiday and you work at Logan airport it's go time we try to have all hands on deck Judy works for one of the airlines and she says they've been training new staff for months but even with the beefed up work force today's influx of passengers through her and her colleagues for a loop it sure did it sure did but we had a ample staffing with much staffing as we could we do our best handling such mania provides a sense of satisfaction it makes us so happy we're happy to get everyone on their way and it's quickly and safely as possible and once they have they give a gift to themselves we'll be relaxing vacation ourselves where are you off to Aruba that's nice this time of year yep that is can't wait to go at Logan Chris former WBZ Boston's news radio police are investigating after two people are shot in Brockton this afternoon it happened on Scheffer shepherd St at around three thirty one person was rushed to the hospital mayor Walsh makes a move to protect Boston against climate change he signed a local wetlands ordinance approved by the city council last week the city's chief of environment Chris cook says it gives the city more authority to protect its wetlands and took actually expand our jurisdiction to look at properties and say Hey I know you feel like you're a little bit off the coast but actually you could be the victim of coastal flooding and so you need to start preparing your buildings to make sure that you understand that Brett the ordinances stricter than state standards well if you're driving around Quincy watch out for a water main break it's out west Squantum street and fire it if you're traveling southbound on Newport have you could not take it can not exit at west Squantum street bridge police say the area is expected to be closed through mid night the house is arguing in court that it still needs to hear from former White House counsel don McGann because that could lead to more articles of impeachment against president trump CBS is Stephen Portnoy tells us Democrats say against testimony could provide evidence that the president obstructed justice in the special counsel's Russia investigation the question for the court is whether this is a continuing controversy given the fact the president has now been impeached well the house counsel said today that the fact that the president has already been impeached is not exclusive of a possible second round of articles of impeachment president trump says the house speaker is breaking all rules by not sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate a woman response to what she calls a crisis of literacy in Milan that story coming up it is seven oh three and that means it's time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes might getting it to work earlier tonight was a really tough is it any better now things are much better now Suzanne yeah I think rush hour pretty much over with now some exceptions the expressway south is much better coming out of the city it's heavy and slow from Squantum street down to the Braintree split about twenty five minutes Boston to Braintree now northbound final the way in route three south has some stopping coming off the expressway then you're good all the way down to nor will hand over ninety three south slow going route thirty seven to twenty four twenty four south is good all the way into west Bridgewater the mass pike back up to speed the outer edge of four ninety fives okay now downtown the lower deck of ninety three the Tobin bridge in the liver connector of all these doubt strode drive looks good a Kenmore square all the airport tunnels are fine up to the north through one has a few slow spots here and there through G. Aaron Saugus but on its way to easing out I'm sure routes three in ninety three are good up to the state line one twenty eight north is fine from Wall them up in the wake field a little stopping the what has ninety five in Peabody but that's typical miking WBZ's traffic on the three mainly clear tonight low thirty four in Boston upper twenties inland tomorrow sunny breezy and cooler but still pretty warm for this time of year hi.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees in Boston before sunset it's four o'clock good afternoon on Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening right now a judge has just sentence David you his role in the death of Massachusetts state trooper Thomas Clardy after we heard from his widow in court Thomas clarity was a forty five year old man let his whole life ahead of him although he wore his uniform proud because he was so much more than a state trooper he was my husband he was the father he was a son a brother and a friend WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe is at Worcester Superior Court she joins me now live Laurie the judge sentenced David you're gonna to five to seven years the prison and the death of true for clarity before sentencing to build his attorney told the court room that his client is a good man who did a bad thing and that he is truly remorseful during those victim impact statements Carty blaze and two of his six children got up and spoke about the deep lost their family has experienced Mister Carty told the judge that with her husband's death the entire family has lost its sense of stability normalcy peace of mind and strength she said when she kept her husband goodbye and told him she loved him the morning of the accident she had no idea it would be the last time she would ever see him a number of fellow troopers attended the sentencing date had asked for ten to twelve years in prison Portugal and more stir can tell the cliffs WBZ Boston news radio and more testimony being delivered today on Capitol Hill we get the latest.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Abington fifty one degrees in Jamaica plain farther north Nashua New Hampshire it's fifty degrees at three thirty five firefighters in Ventura county that's north of Los Angeles continue to battle the Maria fire which spread quickly late Thursday through Friday the fire attracting the most attention again today as Tomar re of fire a bit north of LA in Ventura county between Los sent listen Santa Barbara it is still an active fire now twenty four hours ago fire crews thought they pretty much have the upper hand but then some winds kicked in then shifted fire crews are still fairly confident they can prevent the fire from destroying homes but the battle goes on at CBS is steep Fetterman reporting meanwhile in northern California more people were allowed to return to areas that had been evacuated due to the huge huge Kincaid fire burning for days in the cinema county wine country the California department of forestry and fire protection says its tally of destroyed homes reached one hundred sixty seven there were thirty three more homes that were damaged president trump it's the road defending himself against the impeachment action on Capitol Hill we get more now from CBS's Gary none impeachment is on president trump's mind and in his campaign rhetoric CBS's Natalie brand the president as we know is in Mississippi at last night campaigning for the Republican gubernatorial candidate there and he's heading to Kentucky on Monday the day before the gubernatorial election there and so this could be a real indicator of how Republicans whether Republicans or Democrats are fired up over this issue the president mocked former Texas congressman Beto o'rourke after he ended his democratic presidential campaign how did you hear.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees and cloudy in Boston at five thirty good morning I'm double Lawler and here's what's happening terrorist Abu Bakar al Baghdadi is dead elite US forces chased him into an underground tunnel in Syria where al Baghdadi blew himself up with a suicide vest president trump praising the raid calling it a great success for counterterrorism operations worldwide ABC White House correspondent Cecilia Vega is on Capitol Hill where top congressional Democrats were among the last to know Democrats they're not happy they say Russia got advanced warning about this raid before they did they got no warning now speaker Nancy Pelosi calling on the White House to brief lawmakers and she said in a statement the house must be briefed on this raid which the Russians but not top congressional leadership were notified of in advance and on the administration's overall strategy in the region the New Hampshire mother of a journalist killed by ISIS is speaking out well I'm very grateful I'm grateful to our president travel agents and troops for finding out that Daddy Diane Foley voicing her gratitude to president trump and the U. S. special forces who tracked down and killed the man responsible for the gruesome death of her son James Foley was a freelance journalist covering the Syrian civil war when he was kidnapped in northern Syria and held hostage for nearly two years before becoming the first U. S. hostage killed by the Islamic state in a violent be heading there are very shrewd and you know he'd call group that this is a huge blow to them fully implored president trump to keep US troops in Syria to ensure that isis cannot kill or take hostages any more Americans Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news radio five thirty to five people doing court in Worcester today after a brawl outside a bar over the weekend it happened as Worcester beer garden was trying to close early due to a fight inside responding police officers were attacked as they tried to break it up suspects punch police also bit them and pull their hair they're charged with assault and battery res sing arrest and disorderly conduct fire this hour in Somerville it's on Jackson road and that's where we find WBZ's James Ross good morning good morning dead now that summer bill fire department they just updated us moments ago about what's going on we were told that this fire was reported around three o'clock this morning a car at.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees in Boston at nine o'clock good evening I'm Suzanne saws bill here's what's happening Dedham teachers rally for better pay WBZ's Kevin Coleman tells us a large crowd marched to Dedham high it was a sea of red at the American Legion in Dedham as the teachers strike continues as they come together to rally for better pay big red signs were held up that said support Dedham teachers and fair contracts now seventy two wires the union president and he describes his thoughts on the amount of people that came together for the rally hence it's unbelievably moving it's it's very clear evidence all our members are completely United in Dedham Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's newsradio graduate students at Harvard have voted to authorize a strike but no date has been set for any walk out the union represents close to five thousand teaching and research assistance what's being called unsavory graffiti has been found in Stoneham the superintendent of schools says graffiti was found at the playground at Robin Hood elementary school on oak street and that other places around town school officials have contacted Stoneham police the superintendent says he takes these incidents very seriously and will continue to teach and encourage inclusion and tolerance a chaotic scene in Worcester early today when a fight at a beer garden flares up and several police officers are attacked it happened at a place called the beer garden on Franklin Street in western hundreds of people were there when a fight broke out an officer called for help then the crowd turned on the officers who responded police say a female officer at a large chunk of her hair pulled out an officer was kicked another bitten on the arm by a woman another woman is accused of punching an officer in the face she was a dude by a police dog at least five people were arrested and will be arraigned in western District Court on numerous charges don't cope with WBZ Boston's news radio a woman from Douglas was killed in Milbury as she tried to cross the mass pike on foot last night state police say the woman had gotten out of her car and was crossing the highway when she was hit by another car the driver of that vehicle stopped and called police the woman was rushed to St Vincent hospital in Worcester where she died her name has not been released a new mixed income housing unit opened today in Roxbury at the ribbon cutting mayor Walsh and other city and state officials called for even more affordable housing for the families moving in it's a day of celebration but the victory carries with it a sad reality the seventy six units had over four thousand applicants there wall says that's indicative of Boston's affordable housing crisis and why more and more families are having to leave the city the reason why we're in the housing crisis were in is because people it means come into the city of Austin bay by one family's at two families at three families and what happens is the families that live in those housing units pay rates of six hundred Bucks a seven a box now it's two thousand Bucks and three thousand Bucks and we can't do that we have to double down in twenty fourteen the washer ministration made a goal to build fifty three thousand new affordable housing units by twenty fifty so.
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"With thousands of people marching again despite a police band the B. B. C.'s Nick beak reports at shops banks a metro stations have been vandalized we had a a peaceful protest once again today but only for about two hours or so there were families the old and the young but pretty soon it was clear that trouble was brewing I'm sorry we had the hard core of protest is picking up the pavement uses petrol bombs being thrown at one police station in particular the police responded in kind with tear gas we've also seen the war to kind of come through the streets to clay people today this powerful jets aborted dyed blue so that the police can identify people at a later stage so or the police tactics being used today to try and disperse the demonstrates as tens of thousands of Californians eligible to receive compensation from the utility blame for devastating wildfires are running out of time and here's a be held reports tomorrow is the deadline to file damage claim CG Andy has set aside billions of dollars for payouts after state investigators determined it was their power lines that sparked a series of recent wildfires in northern California that includes last year's camp fire that destroyed the town of paradise and killed more than eighty people those who lost homes belongings work even their emotional well being are eligible to file claims say lawyers representing victims but they worry many will miss out P. Jeannie has advertise the processed and mailed millions of claim forms but many victims are displaced or remain true overwhelms trying to get their lives back on track lawyers have filed court papers requesting an extension to Monday's deadline Amy held NPR news and this is NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first Vermont senator Bernie Sanders hit the presidential campaign trail yesterday picking up up high profile endorsement in queens W. N. Y. C.'s Bridget Birken reports in addressing a crowd of thousands Sanders wanted to make one thing clear so put it bluntly all I am back this message was enthusiastically received by the people who filled a slice of park land wedged between Manhattan's million dollar skyline and the nation's largest public housing complex at the event to congresswoman Alexandria across the accord has endorsed the senator saying their path to victory was clear how we're going to do it is with a mass mobilization of working class people at the ballot box this was Sanders first event on the campaign trail since recovering from heart surgery New York senator Chuck Schumer is calling on the food and drug administration to examine a report that found dozens of baby food products contaminated with lead and other metals the Senate's top Democrat says the FDA must take more action to regulate the baby food industry a study by healthy babies bright futures found the presence of heavy metals in ninety five percent of the one hundred and sixty eight baby foods that were tested Schumer says consumers expect those foods to be safe and appropriately regulated he says federal regulators should examine the study and release a public statement of their findings fifty one degrees now expecting a high right around sixty degrees this afternoon with mostly cloudy skies and that yes we are expecting some rain it's unlikely this afternoon should continue this evening as well will drop down to an overnight low of fifty degrees and then tomorrow mostly mostly sunny and a high of sixty five degrees this is W. one Y. se support for NPR comes from.
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"Fifty one degrees with overcast skies in Boston. It is ten thirty on WBZ. I'm Jim McKay, and thanks for joining us, and here is once happening. Well, some breaking news at this hour as we are continuing to follow some news out of Washington. What exactly? Are we going to be hearing from Robert Muller as really? Now, some thirty minutes away from a live statement that is coming up at the department of Justice with Robert Muller. He is set to speak about Russian interference and the twenty sixteen presidential election. We got word of this earlier this morning with a statement that was put out by the department of Justice saying that the lead investigator for the Muller investigation Scone to be making a statement. Let's get the latest now from ABC news. Is about to make his first public statement on the Russia investigation. He'll do it at eleven AM eastern time. According to the Justice department your seibt's Aaron Katersky Muller issued a four hundred forty eight paid for port last month, but has never spoken publicly about the nearly two year investigation until now. The Justice department said mother would make a statement, but take no questions mother has been a sought after witness for congressional investigators. But has resisted public testimony out of fear. We're told of being used as a political pawn in recent weeks. Mother is sought guidance from the Justice department about what he could or couldn't say in public. Testimony Muller report concluded there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. But the report did not reach a conclusion on obstruction of Justice charges against the president. Attorney general William bar summarizing. The evidence in the report did not support an obstruction allegation, Robert Muller's, privately written to William bar saying, bars summary, did not capture the investigation's findings. I'm Cheri Preston ABC news. We will take that live when it. Happens at eleven o'clock, right here on WBZ. If you're on the go, we'll have on the iheartradio app. Just search WBZ downloaded on your smartphone or more. Severe weather striking the United States twelve straight days with at least eight tornadoes in different parts of the country, setting a new record just outside of Kansas City was delayed area to get hit CBS's, jerick Dunkin has more from Lynnwood, Kansas. Kansas City international airport cleaned up thousands of pieces of debris into the night, warning one piece in an engine can be catastrophic all.
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"Currently the bay area. Sixty two degrees in the valley. Fifty one degrees and in the late Tahoe region. Forty one degrees. You're listening to news ninety three point one k of became in the last hour, we reported a story about a school fundraiser in grass valley had to be canceled because this online conspiracy got blown out of proportion and ended up looping in this. School mistakenly. Okay. If the case my blunt spoke with David mccranie, his new book about his about how conspiracy theories change minds. The book is called how minds change is going to be published share. And the he says most conspiracy theories are born out of tribalism and a sense of wanting to belong people former to unity. Visit the social where everyone has the same would've -ation that seem goal is the same idea interest when they deliberate everyone's just magnified each other justifications and arguments, and they ended up becoming homogeneous and viruses group mccranie was we interviewed him about conspiracy theories. And he says people who subscribed to political conspiracies like, Hugh and online our new different psychologically than those who might believe in Bigfoot or a flatter or the moon landing was faked political because taller ticks gives us these natural tribes that we feel very very motivated to protect and he says conspiracy theorists just are. Wanting to belong to a group and prioritizing the group's beliefs above any contradicting information. That's presented no matter. How consequential this? Just feels to me like a subset doesn't feel mainstream to me. I mean Embiid maybe there's a group out there. That's doing. But most of the folks that I talk to don't really engage in stuff like this. Oh now. Now, definitely definitely a subset of people who do this online. And indulge these conspiracy theories theories together people sometimes you see an article like you would classify vis fake news. You know, being posted on social media people talk about these conspiracies. But sometimes they spill out into the real world. Like, they did with this school that got looped up in this crazy conspiracy theory with hashtags and just to the school. And they just said, you know, what we're done. We're not we're gonna cancel the fundraiser and not have it because we don't want to take the risk that anyone's going to try to assist. Just a weird story. It is. It's very story. So if you're looking to sell your home, there are five specific days that you should know. About five the five best days to sell your home coming up in three minutes..
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fifty one degrees at six o'clock in warning. I'm Joe Bartlett. President Trump says it's done he says, congress should stop the investigations dulling, Fox News. The mullahs report shows he didn't do anything wrong of it after two and a half years and all of that money spent nothing very few people could have sustained that Trump also says he's now going to block former White House counsel, Don Mcgann from testifying before congress because he's already cooperated enough. This comes after Democrats accuse the attorney general of lying to congress. Democrats have not decided if they plan to hold attorney general William bar in contempt after bar decided to stand up the House Judiciary committee, but speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says she believes that bar lied to congress. The attorney general of the United States of America is not telling the truth to the congress. Of the United States. That's a crime. Lana Zak ABC news, Washington. A Long Island high school students have been arrested accused of planning to bomb their school didn't sound at school bus overheard three sixteen year old that connect quite high school talking about building a bomb and setting it off the students told a school administrator. And now the three or charged with conspiracy to detonate a bomb. Police searched the teens homes and found one had a copy of the anarchists cookbook, which details how to build explosives, no other bomb making materials have been found Alice. Stockton Rosellini, wwl New York City. You've seen a surge in hate crimes chief of detective Dermott. Chase says the rub sixty seven percent in the first four months of the year drill down on the anti semitic. Crimes that we're seeing approximately eighty percent of the drawing of swastikas in some way, shape fashion throughout New York City on the positive side overall crime in the city down nearly seven percent last month. Mayor de Blasio says he will decide this month whether or not he's going to run for president mayor de Blasio confirms. Is fairness pack is paying for polling and the key early. Primary state of Iowa asking questions like do, you know who build a Blasios is poll numbers not good for the mayor so far, but the Blasios seems unfazed by the challenge this is extraordinarily rich field. But anytime I get in a race. I get in it to win. I'm James flippin w new we'll have more necessary coming up with Len Berman, and Michael real is part of their big.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"My king WBZ's traffic on the threes. And checking the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. It's going to be chilly as we head into the evening hours. Periods of rain or drizzle, some snow and sleet convicts in initially that's out towards four ninety five north and west of Boston low tonight, thirty three inland and thirty nine at the coast tomorrow a shower and spots early in the morning, otherwise clouds breaking for some sun, much warmer in the afternoon, high there sixty inland and sixty five downtown Sunday morning, sunshine giving way to some clouds in the afternoon. A pleasant day high of sixty two Monday, cloudy chillier with rain at times and a high of fifty one degrees. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty with the news watch never stops. It's two fifteen forty one degrees under overclass overcast skies in Boston. Our top stories now a Walpole man wanted for knife attack on a relative has been taken into custody in Vermont. Thirty seven year old Dartmouth police officer facing charges related to an alleged rape of a child in an alleged indecent assault on another child. That overturned cement truck that cause nightmares. For drivers. Today is finally upright. Congressional Democrats are ramping up their investigations of President Trump making formal requests to the IRS to provide six years of Donald Trump's personal tax returns. Good chairman of Boeing acknowledged yesterday for the first time that a new maneuvering system was responsible for two plane crashes that killed almost three hundred fifty people ABC's. Aaron Katersky told me earlier today that Boeing is taking full responsibility. Well, it's a just coming to realize that the two crashes are linked to suspicion that many of held for a while. But it's now been confirmed because it was a faulty center that abuse to involved in the Airways play do crash. Don't you series of events that caused the pilots to lose control despite following the manufacturer's recommended procedures that chief executive of Boeing Dennis Muilenburg put out a videotape statement acknowledging the link between the two crashes and saying that any technical hurdles can be overcome. Is there a timeframe of how long these grounded jets will stay.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees. Mostly cloudy right now. Very windy in Boston at two o'clock. Good Thursday afternoon. I'm Tina gal. Thank you for joining us. Here is what's happening. We begin as two o'clock hour with heavy police presence at our hotel in revere WBZ's Carl Stevens joins us live Carl what's going on. This is a drama that ended about ten minutes ago. Tina, it all started about ten o'clock this morning report out of Chelsea of a woman who was assaulted their police track down, the suspect Forty-seven-year-old, Anthony Bulbul right here. His car was right here in the parking lot of the call it again route one here revere state police swat team moved in residents of the quality here. We're told to get out. It's crazy. I mean quality in its revere, Massachusetts, and the fact that the hotels, not tell us anything, there's no firearms exit. There was no pulse of the rooms exit. Other suspect Anthony Botha was in his room for awhile. He's got a lengthy criminal record after police finally moved into. I mean, he finally surrendered after police moved in and the whole thing ended peacefully. That's the bottom line in the most important thing from route one inch Rivera Carl Stevens WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio Karl thank you very much bucking, the international community. President Trump says it has feuded Golan Heights region between Israel and Syria. Properly belongs to Israel, CBS news, White House correspondent Steven Portnoy fills us in occupied the disputed Golan Heights along its border with Syria since the six day war of nineteen sixty seven the world has seen it as Syrian territory. But President Trump says after fifty two years it's time for the United States to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the area. Mr. Trump's announcement on Twitter comes weeks before hotly contested elections in Israel and days before Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits Washington for the annual pro Israel APEC. Conference and meetings with Mr. Trump speaking of which those upcoming meetings between President Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House will begin on Monday, March twenty fifth when they will discuss Middle East issues, and Mr. Trump will be hosting Netanyahu for dinner the following day on Tuesday, the twenty six this by the way, we'll be Netanyahu's third White House. Visit since President Trump took office Rhode Island state police have targeted a number of residents in an ongoing investigation of public assistance fraud WBZ's, Kim Tunnicliffe, fills, then she reports from state police headquarters in north Scituate, Rhode Island approximately ninety Rhode Islanders are being charged with illegally collecting half a million dollars in welfare benefits state police major Timothy Santi says the suspects lied when filling out public assistance applications about their criminal backgrounds. These eight men and women were found to have been wanted on outstanding warrants for variety of felony charges ranging from attempted murder. First degree robbery. Narcotics violations of felony shoplifting. Major Santi says this is all part of an ongoing crackdown on public assistance fraud rolling people accountable depriving people who can get this benefit from Rhode Island state police headquarters. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio coming up a lawsuit against Boston..
Brits, bad weather and vitamin deficiencies
"It's not something we in Australia have to worry about too much. But as Britain, emerges from the worst of its winter weather, most people are crying out for a bit of vitamin d we often laugh at the Brits as they son bake in Hyde Park in any other piece of grasping the temperature peaks at anything over twenty degrees. But Europe correspondence meant the holy is laughing. No more. She says she's got her swimsuit ready to go. It comes. Oh, the sun, I've spent most of my life trying to stay out of it. But after just six months in the UK, I'm yearning for its return. And it's not just in my head and heart. That's in my blood will actually the problem is it isn't a routine blood tests revealed, I'm vitamin d deficient after just six months living in London. The doctor pops me on seven-week, intense course vitamins to boost the liberals, given the rather anemic son. Here has no chance of helping me. Just yet if I'm deficient after such a short time living in London, then surely the rest of the population is two population should consider taking her Lodo supplement during winter and spring months professor Adrian Mazur news, an expert on vitamin d at the London School of medicine. So I gave him a call. Richmond. And we are designed as humans to meet our requirement from the action for some because the UK or London in particular is fifty one degrees north ultraviolet b intensity is insufficient to stimulate synthesis of d in the skin for much of the winter and spring a lot of the population have low levels by the time we get to this time of year. It's not something I think has straightly ins have to deal with so explain to me, Walt the side effects in all having a low vitamin d count. Where were low vitamin d levels are best known for causing problems with bone and calcium. So very very low levels can cause rickets and children, which is the problem with the growth play of the bone or stay Malaysia and adults which is a problem with softening of the bone. There are deaths due to vitamin d deficiency. In the U K every year and says, the less dramatic manifestations. There's growing evidence that these important for your immune system in particular for defense against restriction factions in our own work has shown that taking vitamin d supplement can actually reduce your risk of getting a prescription fiction so cold the like that that's a lot of people in a lot of money. I think on vitamin D tablets if deterrence with away then yes that is potential expense. My personal feeling is that in the UK the prevalence of profound deficiencies such that we need to start thinking about vitamin d fortification that is adding vitamin d. The into foodstuffs. This isn't approach that it's being used successfully number of countries, for example, for many decades in the United States all milk has been fortified routinely with additional vitamin d. And as a consequence they see very little of the profound deficiency that we see here in the UK. Fennell limp alone into the sun, emerges. And when it does you find me in solidarity with the breeze with my beach towel in Hyde Park. Yes. It's always a good. Look seeing skin turn pink before your eyes cement the holy. They're looking for a break in the London clouds.
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Raining in hacienda heights. Fifty one degrees. We lead local from KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Amy king. Was I gotta. KFI AM six forty you have Dr Wendy Walsh with you. This is the doctor Wendy Walsh show. You can follow me on social media at D R, Wendy Walsh. Remember if you have a particularly beautiful Instagram. I will give a follow you. And I will give you a shout out on the air. All right. A few weeks months ago. I can't remember I spoke at an event called women's entrepreneurial day. And I was talking about speaking up being brave when you see injustices, etc. And afterward somehow in my care package in the mail. I don't remember how a book landed in my hands and just to let all you authors. No out there. We get so many books every week. And I do want people to your books. I can't read them all I put them in a bundle. Every now and again, and I walked them into the public library, and I give them so they're all in a library somewhere. I do not throw books that would be sacrilegious. But this one had an interesting title, it was called the feminine revolution. And so I stuck it on my night table and it sat there for like oh six weeks. You know, how it is? We're tired. I fall into bed dead tired. I say I'm going to read and then it doesn't happen. And one day. I pick up the book and outcomes a personal note and a card I felt so how come I phone be ringing off that's bizarre outcomes, a personal note and a card from someone who saw me speak at that event. And said, you really need to interview my boss who wrote this book, and then I felt. That I hadn't responded so quickly. And there's a handwritten who does that nowadays little phone number on there and everything Selena her name was anyway, so whipped through this book and went on. I got this one of the best books. I've read in a very long time. So I called up that author and said you have to come on the show and talk about the feminine revolution. So I'd like to welcome Amy Stanton. Hi, amy. Hi, wendy. Thank you so much for having me to tell people who you are first of all, your marketing, genius amazing, brand builder. You used to run one of my favorite companies. You were with your PR agency. You're the CMO chief marketing officer is that right of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia love that woman. I'm telling you when she went to jail. You know, what I call my broker unlike go buy stock now that dragon ladies coming back, and it's true, we made more money later, and she's a frequent speaker on topics of women's sports, branding entrepreneurship, and we just found out. She's my neighbor. I didn't even know that Amy Stanton. The book is called the feminine revolution a start with the obvious. Question. How'd you get the idea for it? Some for my personal experience. I was feeling out of balance. I think we talk a lot about work life balance. But in my case, I was feeling like I developed this work persona, which was direct and assertive, and maybe more masculine, and maybe I wasn't letting some of my feminine qualities shine through my emotionality. My says, a the fact that I cry easily these are huge person me, maybe even more important parts of me in some way. And then I started thinking, maybe I was bringing this more masculine bossy, Amy and my personal relationships and that was not working. So I wondered why that was and started looking broadly at how women were expressing this part of themselves their femininity, and I was introduced to an amazing woman named Catherine Connors who ultimately became my writing partner, and we had a lot to talk about we realize there were so many important conversations going on around feminism female empowerment, equal rights. But nobody was talking about femininity. Yeah. And I have to say that I believe as a feminist that true female freedom is about expressing your feminity. However you want right. And this idea that feminists are masculine or male like or just, you know, early feminists had to copy may that was their model right for getting ahead in business, and it was a male model of everything and. Today. I think we can stop and embrace things that are feminine because we don't want to throw the baby out with the bathwater. Well, that's the whole premise of the book, which is that those masculine qualities or super valuable and yes to your point, of course, to thrive in a quote unquote man's world. Many of us modeled ourselves after Matt men and historically power has been modeled by men and as a result. We've put some of these other parts of ourselves aside because we feared that they'd be perceived as weak so many in our case, we've identified twenty one in the book, but Twenty-one qualities that historically been considered feminine and historically been perceived as weaknesses and we turn that on its head. And we show that actually are emotionality is a superpower the fact that we're sensitive makes us better in the workplace and better in personal relationships. And that actually even crying makes us more powerful. And we're going to go through a few of. Of those twenty one trades in a moment. But I'm sure, you know, the study on various studies on group intelligence and gender makeup. So when groups have let's so if there are three different groups that they're testing to problem solve to see where which group has the most intelligence, do you think it's all male, all female majority, male, some female or majority female what I say majority, male, some female or majority female some mail, which do think shows the most intelligence, I mean, I guess the fourth. Yes. And here's why this is what psychologists think anyway, so men organized themselves on a ladder. Remember they had to do the hunt. We need to know who the quarterback is we need to know who the CEO is the they see the alpha and they follow the alpha. Now, there are guys further down on the ladder who might have excellent ideas. But because of the way that men socially organize themselves. They refrained from giving that stuff and women we organize ourselves in. A village in a circle, which is one reason why some women have had trouble in management because they want to be friends with everybody at every level of the company, and it is hard. They there's some loosey-goosey boundaries. But other women use their feminine energy to be great managers and become really good. Mothers for mother's to all those employees. Right. We actually have a female Bossier program director. And that's what she does. I saw it right away. She treats all of us as our children, and we all need different things. And so in these group think problem solving groups they found that when they're slightly more women women are not only able to produce their own ideas and their own intelligence, but they're able to draw the intelligence out of more males. So they can say to the alpha male, Johnny stop talking. Now. Michael hasn't had a chance to talk because of the social sensitivity that women have fascinating. It's so true. And it's interesting because it's the opposite of how people think about femininity in the workplace or in personal relationships. So many of these quote, unquote, feminine qualities have been dismissed or perceived as weak or consider negatives. So we feel ashamed for being too emotional or shamed for being too controlling or even to agreeable. Some of these things are actually competing with each other. So there's so many things that we as women get to beat ourselves up over perpetually. And so we're saying let's take some of those negative preconceptions out, and let's look more closely at why these actually might serve us, and we should feel free to express these parts of ourselves, you said it, but for each of us, our definition of femininity would be different. This is all about figuring out who we are. And how we can bring these powerful parts of ourselves that might have been repressed forward. So let's give me a specific. What's one? You talk about in the well good one for me a sensitivity because from young age. I was told probably by my mom who I love. I hope she's listening, and I am totally okay. With it. Because it may be helped me get to this point. I was told I was too sensitive, and then it was reinforced in the workplace I was working in big ad agencies in New York City, and definitely wasn't used to this sort of corporate political environment. Because no one is when they first started job. And there are a lot of things I had to learn one of which was how to really manage my feelings, and my emotions and even my crying because I definitely Amazon satiric person. But I would get in performance reviews. You're you're being too sensitive. You're taking things personally. So what does that do their caused me to build the shell this armor, and if anything then I was taking that same armor into other parts of our my life, and that may not have been necessary. And if I had the perspective, then that I do now I would recognize that there are different types of sensitivity. There's the sensitivity where you are taking things personally. Obviously, it's not about taking everything personally. That's not a good thing. But the sensitivity that's important and powerful is that when I am sensitive. I'm able to understand. What's happening around me? I can pick up on cues that are happening in meeting. I can sense on. My client is feeling. I can sense as need exactly happened. You can use your stomach to make decisions. Exactly, we talk a lot about intuition and the book. Absolutely. And it's all these sometimes nonverbal cues that are sensitivity allows us to not only understand but to act upon right? When we come back. I wanna talk about how women can be good nurturers in the workplace, and how are talkative nece is not a bad thing. All right. I'm with Amy Stanton, the author of the feminine revolution. You're listening to Dr Wendy Walsh show on KFI AM, six forty Amy king. You've got the news for us..
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"fifty one degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"More clouds, fifty one degrees tomorrow high of sixty nine whether brought to you by Howard air, whether replace or repair, call Howard air is sixty one degrees in Queen creek. I'm Julie the van on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. This is the MAC and Gaydos. Best of our best of MAC and Gaydos from last week shows on zone is news station. KTAR news ninety two three SM. The troubling story that we've talked about the last few days we were back from vacation yesterday was the first show back twenty thousand nineteen but my goodness. I was thinking about this. This this horrific incident that has taken place at a healthcare facility hacienda health. So what happened? We'll tell you just to get you caught up speed. And what did the CEO do after nearly three decades of leading hacienda healthcare CEO Bill Timmins resigning? Amidst the investigation into how at twenty nine year old native American woman living in a years long. Vegetative state was impregnated at the facility with no one saying anything. Yeah. I find it very hard to believe that nobody over there knows who was doing this. I don't buy it. I think somebody. Knows something. There was somebody that was sneaking into this woman's room over and over again raping her over and over again that's been confirmed, by the way. And if you are telling me that nobody nobody knows anything. I'm calling Bs on that somebody knows something. And by the way, every single and I'm not saying that it's somebody who works there. It might not be you mean, the perpetrators. Yeah. But but every single man that works there, you're giving me a DNA sample, and we're going to try and find out if it's you you need to do it just to clear yourself. 'cause I mean, we can't have this happen again. So I know that the police are investigating. I'm sure they're already doing that every single guy that works. There has to give a DNA sample. But when you say that nobody knew I don't buy that. What what just shocks me is that according to the story. This doesn't come to light until she's crowning. Unbelievable. The child is trying to come out of the so nobody noticed that she wet her bed. Nobody noticed that the that the that her water broke. As they say, nobody noticed that she stopped menstruating. Nobody noticed that. She was only gaining weight in say her belly. I don't buy it. I don't and why would you wait? Why would you wait until the child is crowning? It's not gonna go away. It's it's either some of the dumbest people in the world work there. Taking care of this Yemen. And that's negligence. Or? Cover up. It's one of the two. Yeah, you're either. You're either is dumb as anybody in the world can't figure this thing out when you go in bay the woman every day or every few days, and you don't notice something you're dumb. You're an idiot. I mean, that's just or you're covering something up or I hate to say this, maybe they weren't bathing her, maybe they weren't they were neglecting are collecting. I don't I don't know. So, you know, I think one of the things that we need to do here is here from people who work there. Yeah. What is this place? Like, right because I'll tell you right now, the CEO is gone. Thank goodness. But but you're not off the hook yet, buddy. Not yet. If I had a family member in this place. I don't know how hard it is. I'm sure it's difficult to find a place to care for your loved one. But I am taking my loved one out of this place. And if I've got to pick that person up myself, put them in a wheelchair and move them myself. I am I mean, it's not easy to do. But there's no way. I would let anybody even look at this place after what happened. I mean, this place might have to be shut down, and they are very well. Credited by the state, but after this I don't know how they get credit. I mean, it would take a lot for them to be accredited again. I would assume who in the world would want to go and put a family member in this place now. Correct. Because what you have are people who are very vulnerable. You have people who cannot consent. They don't have the capacity to consent, and what we have learned. Now, it's been confirmed because you brought it up yesterday. This wasn't a one time thing. This wasn't a it. Will it only happened once and we're gonna make sure it never happened? This was a repeated act which means that somebody had to see or know something, and and you don't get pregnant most likely after one time, and that's why I said that. Yes, right. This was not just a one time thing this person. What if it's more than one person? I mean, no one's brought that we don't know me. And other people have been assaulted that come out to the this isn't the only person who's been assaulted. Right. Right. So it's the Arizona woman innovative state gave birth to a baby boy at hacienda healthcare. The CEO has resigned. Let's hear from the form of former caregiver of the woman ABC fifteen or partners over there each of you to woman, and they've changed her voice because she doesn't want people to she doesn't work there anymore. I believe she's not work there anymore, but she was one of the caregivers of this woman. The staff who cared for her the only human contact. She had for most of her life. It makes me feel like they failed her. It makes me feel angry. How could a woman who lay in a vegetative state suddenly give birth to a baby? Boy police are hoping to test the DNA of every staff member in the facility. You're damn right. You're there's no question about it. You have to be tested. No matter. What I don't know what the legal aspect of that is if the police can can can can force you to do. Why don't we asked? Monica Lindstrom that. But yeah, you gotta give a DNA sample if you work there if you did work there. If you did. Well, let's see your guy, and you actually work there. Once you offer up a DNA sample and say, listen is certainly not me I want to clear myself, and I want to make sure that I, you know, abide by all the rules, and what the police want this this caregivers said the staff was required to perform bed checks on all patients every fifteen minutes to dot how how on earth. Do you get somebody pregnant if every fifteen minutes somebody's walking nobody was walking in every fifteen minutes. But this caregiver wants to know how so many medical professionals could have missed the obvious signs of a pregnancy. Especially with bed checks that are supposed to happen. Every fifteen minutes. I can't believe it at all. I can't believe that somebody would save her. Daily for nine months and never know that she was having a period. This is a massive cover up, man. I really think this is what I see the part that drives me nuts is if you know, again, it's not going to go away. What do you think the outcome is going to be that what they're just going to have the baby and you're going to dispose of the baby. He he's just idiocy. People can't be that stupid. You hope not that. She wasn't growing midsection that nurses weren't keeping track of weights. Those things are shocking to me betcha. That's happening. When you were there sporadically, I know that people at night, they get lazy about doing them. The former hacienda employees is also calling out the facility for being lax in their security. Right. That's another great question. What was security like at this place because we talked about this yesterday. There's gotta be a log of visitors that have come in. Let's look at the log that happened eight to nine months ago and see which men came in there. And let's get you know, let's get a DNA sample from every person. But was could you just walk into you need a badge is there are back talking about eight employees, any visitor a visitor employee employees would have to clock in or at least check in. So you could keep records of that. But could anybody wander off like you or me off the street and just walk around inferences? Too many opportunities. Anybody could have come in. I myself have come in the bath. Or these other doors lock did you need a keycard sources, tell us the woman and her baby are now being cared for local hospitals in the valley. We're also hearing the facility is now stepping up security when it comes to visitors in the building little eight it's a lot late little late. It's way too unless it's somebody on the inside, which it might be. We don't know. I heard what the opportunity would be there for somebody who works there. Knowing the schedules knowing when she would be alone. It's just horrific the more. We're finding out about this. The the I'm running through like one of the worst case scenarios in my mind is that there are more people women in a vegetative state there who had been assaulted or more. Give consent. Yeah. This this will not be the only woman. Right. And you brought it up to it may not be the only person may may not be the only guy that's doing this. I just I don't you're either you again, I'll say it. You're either really stupid and do a bad job. I mean going and seeing a woman for you know, that you take care of nine months and not realizing what's going on. Or you're covering something up. You want to keep your job or I don't know. I'd be interested to find out what ABC fifteen interviewed this woman. Why did she leave? And did she know that that that it was so lax at this woman wasn't being cared for? But we don't know. That's an unbelievable. Yeah. It is. It is infuriating that this happened..
"fifty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is fifty one degrees at three o'clock afternoon and happy new year. I'm Lisa g it is the first day of the new year, and that means going to be eating better workout more get more sleep. Okay. So maybe you'll start tomorrow, but psychology professor John Norcross says his study show roughly forty percent will be successful at their goals. Six months from now, I am surprised the number is that high. But if you listen to the average person on the street, practically no one will ever keep a New Year's resolution, and that's just wrong. Well, not for members of the polar bear club in Coney Island. They jumped into the cold Atlantic Ocean this afternoon, it's the one hundred and fifteen time they've done. So on this day New Year's day. Dennis Thomas is president of the club. It's a way to ring in the new year. It's an incredible way to separate everything from the past from from your future plunging into the ocean on a date. Today. Just takes you someplace else and really resets the clock Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams, also took the plunge. There are a slew of new laws that go into effect today, including a ban on single use styrofoam here in New York City. Scott Pringle, explains mayor de Blasio points out that New Yorkers tossed some sixty million pounds of styrofoam into landfills annually when this goes into a landfill. It takes aeons to break down. And when it breaks down at only lets out toxins, so this new law bans, single use styrofoam. And that means restaurants and food vendors, they can no longer use the styrofoam food containers cups plates in packing peanuts. It's something we do for children. This is something we do for grandchildren councilman Brad Lander. We're not done now that we got styrofoam gone. Plastic bags were still coming for you. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten double d OR. In other news New York City's twenty eighteen homicide rate goes down as one of the lowest in decades. It may be hard to believe for some as it was almost thirty years ago back in nineteen ninety. In New York City earned the unwelcome label of murder capital of the United States with twenty two hundred homicides the crime rate and most precincts continues to drop for all the major index crimes and the two hundred and eighty nine murders recorded in two thousand eighteen is a decline from two hundred ninety two the year before ATar mayor Bill de Blasio often uses is the safest big city in America. And both he and NYPD top cop Jimmy O'Neill have credited community policing and changing how cops interact with residents with the turnaround among other measures James flippin for seven ten w R. Twenty nine thousand nine is bringing a rising incidence of flew to a number of growing states, the number of states experiencing high flu activity has risen from two to nine in just the last few weeks and thousand showed up last night in Times Square to celebrate. But so did folks in Manhattan, Kansas. They dropped a little apple in the town square Manhattan. Kansas, by the way is home to Kansas state university. Wwl..
Some national parks remain open during shutdown, others close
"TSA will continue to operate national parks closed. But the state of Arizona will be keeping the Grand Canyon. Open and New York state will keep the statue of liberty and Ellis Island open as well. The partial government shutdown will last until at least Thursday when lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill or at fifty one degrees right now in Peachtree street. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. The death toll has soared past two hundred and Indonesia after a volcanic eruption triggered a NAMI more than eight hundred others hurt and doesn't still miss aftermath horrifying the sue NAMI. Tearing apart hundreds of homes sweeping away hotels flooding streets and overturning 'cause the injured rushed to hospitals in the area. Rescue teams rummage through the rubble in search of survivors entire town swept away BC's. Julia MacFarlane reports the wave struck a popular beach resort in the area between the islands of Java and Sumatra.
Cohen Describes Trump’s Involvement in Hush-Money Payments
"Winning jazzing Nancy Wilson has died after a long illness. She was eighty one. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. It's three oh two. We have fifty one degrees in Seattle. I'm Elisa
Thousands attend vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims
"Federal court is expected to be a brief one to transfer the prosecution case to the southern district of New York, which is where five of the bombs were discovered. David Schaper, NPR news Fort Lauderdale in baseball. The Boston Red Sox are this year's World Series champions. They beat the Los Angeles Dodgers five to one last night in Los Angeles, Boston Steve Pearce was declared the series most valuable player. He was thrilled by the honor filling my life. And this is what you. Are gonna wishing that you could be something like this. And with the special group of guys out there to celebrate with them that was awesome Pierce had three home runs in the last two games, including two last night. The Red Sox have now won four titles in fifteen seasons. The dodgers haven't won a championship in thirty years. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Seven four fifty one degrees. Clouds right now, we could see some showers this morning, but then clearing up to partly sunny skies today with a high near fifty five degrees Jewish community. Members are mourning the victims of last weekend's shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, a group gathered outside of a family service center in flatbush for a vigil where Jewish leaders assured residents that their safety is a top priority. Several elected officials also joined congresswoman Yvette Clark called on Brooklyn residents to find strength in the community. It is up to us here in Brooklyn to set the example of how we pulled together during times of tragedy to raise up one another's Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams who helped organize the gathering called on off duty officers to carry their firearms into houses of worship also more than a thousand people attended a service in a call to action out of New Jersey synagogue in response to the shooting WNYC. Nancy Solomon reports the crowd erupted in applause when governor Phil Murphy called for more gun control. But the biggest reaction came. When rabbi Clifford Cohen help President Trump responsible for the rise in antisemitic violence. It
Linden, Vancouver and Washington discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Trends transition tomorrow so here's what's going to happen in the areas where you live i think for most of you you'll be somewhere in the mid to upper sixties with this now there will be some clouds around there will be some lingering showers but as i say we're just sort of beginning the first steps of carrying us into the weekend and getting more and more sunshine so you get an idea of what's happening in the northbound areas hello friday harbor and linden in vancouver all about sixty four sixty five degrees to the south to the west of the law and the coast we've got high temperatures right around sixty there and inland well you know it's that time of year when eastern washington gets the warmth then we get the clouds so there you have it it just pick your spot and you'll find some sunshine in eastern washington temperatures as high as eighty degrees up in the mountains got six thousand feet on the snow level afternoon pass temperatures will be in the upper forties going to go to seventy three and seventy four and wenatchee so it looks good along the foothills on the other side too so here's what we've got for you tonight the overnight low temperatures are going to drop down to around fifty fifty one degrees we'll continue to see some showers and they will be around on again off again throughout much of your day and then after that we start changing things fewer showers we bring on some sunshine tomorrow's high right around sixty nine degrees i'll be back in a little bit we'll talk more about this change coming for the weekend and oh the dads will be jumping up and down and everybody else to all right stick around back and check this out of massive dust storm is causing some problems from nasr's mission on mars the opportunity rover lasts sent the transmission on sunday it's powered by sunlight and the dust is blocking the rays signed to say it should power backup once the storm clears the dust storm covers almost a quarter of the red planet nineteen if you're looking for an office with a view the space needle has some unique openings as long as you're okay with heights landmarks looking to hire dozens of workers to clean and maintain more than twenty thousand square feet of glass that was added during the recent renovation that includes the world's first revolving glass floor five hundred feet above ground some of.
Jimmy Carter jabs Trump — just a little — in commencement speech
"Three forty nine it is fifty one degrees with off and on rain showers right now in boston to our top stories texas judge says the alleged gunman in yesterday's school shooting acted alone nine students and an adult were killed in the rampage ten other people were injured the braintree man who brought a gun to a local elementary school will be in court on monday facing a firearm charge the man had his licensed gun in a backpack at ross elementary police say the gun was not secured properly massachusetts is one step closer to its first offshore wind farm this wednesday is the deadline to announce which of the three proposed wind projects can move forward wbz news time three forty nine a massachusetts man is under arrest for allegedly beating a dog with a baseball bat dartmouth police say they responded to a report of a man abusing a dog with a baseball bat vehicle on friday and they say they found fifty year old gregory oeste guy of new bedford beating a dog meanwhile nec n reports and investigation found asta guy did strike the dog and he has since been arrested and charged with cruelty to animals dog is in the care of a veterinarian and is being treated for non life threatening injuries first lady melania trump has been released from the hospital and is back at the white house cbs's jim taylor has that report her hospitalization after kidney treatment lasted a week lengthy stay raised questions about whether the first lady's condition may have been more complicated than initially revealed mrs trump had been at walter reed national military medical center near washington since monday when she quietly underwent an embolism procedure to treat an unspecified kidney condition the white house described it as benign president trump welcome to his wife home from the hospital in a tweet that misspelled her first name a few minutes later trump posted another tweet with the correct spelling president jimmy carter delivered the commencement address at liberty university the christian institution in lynchburg virginia today the thirty ninth president spoke about what he saw as the most pressing issues seven times as many americans in prison as a woven i left the white house seven times as many more than any other country owner we also know that the partisan divisions and.
Mike Pompeo defends Israel over Palestinian Gaza border deaths
"From the water today seventy two of your downtown partly cloudy tonight a low of fifty four it's fifty one degrees in milwaukee eight or two from the wtmj breaking news center at least twenty five people were killed in a coordinated double suicide bobbing in central kabul afghanistan this morning reporter franz mardi reports the first one took place near the afghan intelligence service off the words first responders and security forces were gathering on the side also journalists were coming there to call her the first explosion and then at the same spot a second exposing took place and the second explosion was reportedly calls by a suicide bomber on folks who had a camera with himself and was disguising himself as journalists an isis affiliated group is claiming responsibility for the bombings us secretary of state mike pompeo says a resolution to the israeli palestinian conflict remains a priority despite the fact that the trump administration has recognized to roussillon as israel's capital and will soon move the embassy there over palestinian protests pompeo also says the us fully supportive of israel's right to defend itself he declined to criticize the israeli military for using live fire against palestinian protesters along the gaza border a caravan of migrants fleeing central america's seeks asylum in the us even as president trump calls on immigration officials to block their entry members of the caravan say they're escaping violence and persecution in their home countries abc's elizabeth her migrants from honduras el salvador and guatemala prepared to do whatever it takes to seek asylum in the us arrival reading by both supporters and protesters president trump calling this caravan a threat to the us tweeting he has instructed the secretary of homeland security to keep these large caravans of people out of our country but american moyers now on site offering free advice to these migrants are maintaining for so many returning home is not an option any lingering fumes from refinery explosion in superior wisconsin still being monitored by the epa the agency says air quality is improving and has been reported safe since friday on scene coordinator david morris says they are still monitoring potential hot zones we also set up some background up wind instruments so that we can tell you know is this just a normal dusty day is this a normal community level of the epa and the dnr will keep monitoring the.
Political Director, Director and Fbi discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe
"Again on the trans pacific partnership trade deal from which the president withdrew the us last year the president meeting with farm state lawmakers who urged him to rejoin the tpp or transpacific partnership because being left out is hurting american companies and farms they want to feed the world and they want a reduction of tariff and nontariff barriers republican senator ben says saying the president told his economic advisers to try and get back into the tpp unclear whether other nations will say okay andy field abc news washington defense secretary james mattis says the world's chemical weapons watchdog looks to have inspectors in syria within the week while the suspected chemical attack there has the us drawing up plans for a military strike the presence of poisonous substances has not been formally confirmed president trump said an attack could take place very soon or not so soon at all we're looking very very seriously very closely at that whole situation we'll see what happens we'll see what happens it's too bad that the world puts us in a position like that multiple investigations underway in cincinnati after the death of sixteen year old kyle plush trapped by a bench seat in a mini van in the parking lot of his high school plush called nine one one twice police never found him something went wrong here and we need to find out why we weren't able to provide that help it we hope we could ask cincinnati police chief elliott isaac says one dispatcher has been put on administrative leave in his forthcoming book former fbi director james comey says president trump sought loyalty like a mafia boss abc news political director recliners read an advance copy homey was so concerned about these interactions that he was dictating memo's writing memos in real time ultimately allowing a friend of his directing a friend of his to leak the contents put out the contents of one of those memos the white house says no comment about the book up day on wall street the dow closing two hundred ninety four points higher the nasdaq gaining seventy one you're listening to abc news komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven number one for news good afternoon it's four zero two overcast with fifty one degrees in seattle i'm elisa jaffe with tom glasco here are the top stories from.
Texas church shooting: Pair arrested after claiming attack was staged
"Breaking news station ipad alan a south korean officials says north korea leader kim jongun has expressed a willingness to discuss nuclear disarmament with the us and impose a moratorium on nuclear and missile tests during such talks president trump says many options are still in the day hopefully we'll go in the very very peaceful beautiful ban we're prepared to go whichever path is necessary i think we're having very good dialogue and you can certainly find out pretty soon what's happening but we have we have made progress is no question in the us office of special council announcing that white house aide kellyanne conway violated the hatch act weiss when speaking about last year's alabama senate special election correspondent m j lee says there are two factors that point towards violation one kellyanne conway was standing on white house grounds for the pointed that out the second thing is that kellyanne conway in both does interviews with introduced ask council to president trump's so very particular in using her title the pastor of the texas church where twenty six people were shot and killed last year told the san antonio newspaper the two people showed up for the at the church monday in claim that shooting was fabricated by the us government correspondent clayton level report tester frank pomeroy whose 14yearold daughter died in the massacre says the two claimed his daughter never existed and demanded to see her birth certificate they reportedly told him the shooting was staged pomeroy he says the two people were arrested but the wilson county sheriff's office hasn't confirmed the encounter in november investigators said the shooter died of gunshot wounds after being chased away from the church by two men who came across the attack on clayton 'evil right now it is fifty one degrees of albuquerque our next news update is at two o'clock i'm pat alamo ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio nina the company them him people's cars the manufacture mike ford gm sadi's exactly all of a major manufacturers have certified rv carpenters to repair the cars faith failed car crafters how did they get certified they have this specific training and equipment required by each manufacturer four or five in an accident i want the shot that knows my car the best while the company that builds it says car crafters klark grafters it is it's at sound choice hearing we have a.