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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | Last month

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fitchburg, right, 63 degrees in Cohasset were at 64 in Framingham in Boston. Right now, clouds and fog 66 degrees. It is 605 Now on W. B. C. News radio. Well, President Trump facing some criticism for his words over the Fourth of July weekend after claiming that 99% of covert 19 cases are quote, harmless something health experts say or anything, but ABC is Andrew Dimmer has more President Trump continues to dismiss the new numbers, suggesting the spikes are a result of more testing. Almost 40 million people. By so doing, we showcases. 99% of which Are totally harmless. FDA Commissioner Dr Stephen Han disagrees. What I'd say is, you know any case we don't want to have in this country. Any death. Any case is tragic. A vaccine is still a ways away with health officials, hoping one could be produced by the end of this year or early next year. Find it's now 606 Meantime, the president is heading to New Hampshire this upcoming weekend on Saturday night, he'll be holding a rally at eight o'clock. It is it set to be an outdoor rally at the Port Smith Internet. National airport. The Trump campaign is starting to go outdoors versus their last rally, which was inside of an arena in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 607 to political rivals reaching a truce that may help keep the Tokyo Olympics back on track. CBS's Vicki Barker is that story. Tokyo's rising star governor Jerry Coco, Ikea, and her political rival, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, have agreed to cooperate to make sure it will be safe to hold. The postponed summer games there next year is just one landslide reelection, driven in part by public approval. Love her handling of the pandemic in Tokyo. She only that goodwill to keep the Olympics on track, a new poll shows some 75% of Tokyo residents believe the Tokyo Games cannot and should not go ahead next year. Vicky Parker, CBS News London, Remember, You've got us on the go with the I Heart radio app. You can take us with you anywhere you go on at home. Just tell you're smart device play W B C news radio.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:54 min | Last month

"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"What's in a name changing games in taking down statues in Fitchburg this well some are fighting for education writes these stories and more on the KDKA radio ten twenty morning show all right stretch and ban movement that range of motion it's physical therapy and the pandemic we continue our series in conjunction with the Allegheny health network of course I'm mark a health care company about what they're doing at that great health care center and of course across the region when it comes to dealing with a pandemic and tonight it is physical therapy in conjunction with the Allegheny health network orthopedic institute and a preview at all joining me right now your host since nineteen ninety one will be with you to start the program in just about a half hour but he joins us now with a preview Dr Gerald pie for so it's important even during a pandemic to keep moving right doc absolutely you know one of the side effects of this pandemic and people stayed isolated and so on because we don't get enough movement people are laying around an account you're dead you're sitting around and we have to make conscious efforts to stay moving though go out for walks that type of thing if you go out for a walk what were massacred and so on and keep her distance from other people and so on but walking is an excellent excellent exercise and not enough people are doing that through this and then I will be talking with the political circles are compelling about that and how people can feel safe even if they need to have physical therapy at the physical therapy facility what precautions are taken so that people can feel safe by going on meeting a physical therapist face to face some of the the things that were done during the the total isolation of lockdown is the physical therapists were talking to their patients to resume and face time and so on trying to help them that way but there's nothing that really sh substitutes for that face to face hands on physical therapy you know I have noticed because I have obviously be treated at the Allegheny health network orthopedic institute and whether it's out in cranberry or on federal street you have that area were occupational therapy is taking place on a regular basis and it has to be hands on because when you think about what you're dealing with that physical therapist has to see what the games are and if they're making progress and that's pretty hard even though technology is great it's pretty difficult if you think you can just do it in the virtual world as opposed to what is cyberspace right doc absolutely unders applications of our usage he sort of course you can do that at all there's electrical stimulation that is sometimes used there are units that can be used at home for electrical stimulation but like I said there's nothing like to substitute relay for going through the physical therapists that have that hands on approach we're gonna talk about that you know physical therapist now are able to see patients like positions are seeing patients in our office and there are precautions we are taking so that people can be saved well the reason I have to believe the show so important tonight if you continue with the series concerning the corona virus you know we heard just recently Allegheny county had more cases that tested positive but more selective surgeries are underway now so everybody's got to be on the same page and there's going to be a lot of people getting hip replacements knee replacements and meniscus surgery ankle surgery and shoulder surgery so they're going to be going in getting the procedure done but there is a lot that takes place after that surgery as far as post op so right now this this show is very timely because probably physical therapy is gonna be one of the busier things at the Allegheny health network in conjunction with high mark in the months to come Dr bye for and after any procedure rehabilitation business support does the the corrective surgery if you don't carry out the physical therapy at a rehabilitation center surgery may be for naught it may just be wasted time and money if you don't follow rehabilitation guidelines and physical therapy guidelines to get that joint moving again to reduce the pay increase the motion that center all of those things are extremely important you know one of the things doctor pie for that I've learned from you during the show on and off since its inception in people at the Allegheny health network you know back in the day bed rest bed rest bed rest but now if you talk to somebody even gets a knee replacement there pretty much up at it you know shortly after that surgery so the idea is to get up and get moving and we haven't been able to do that show equally important is why people need to just remember they've got to get in and get those appointments and all follow through with the physical therapist for the Allegheny health network and in the health care industry because you have to get moving now that's the that's the way it is now as far as post operations are when it comes to some of the soldiers that we were discussing it's not bad rest it's up and moving doc absolutely and there is a backlog of people who needed hip replacement shoulder replacements knee replacements and so on I was talking to one of our group group the engine replacement surgeons a few weeks ago on the show and he was saying it's going to take him to the three months to get caught up to where he was before as far as the number of ships and needs the beginning because he said it is like booked her for months ahead and do so would you take three months all then does that the the push everything all on the whole and so new patients that are coming in for a valuation close to the patients that were already evaluated in a surgery that all has to be fit into the schedule and you can only expand your schedules two of the three level not of significant amount because there's just not enough time and enough personnel one slow one it took to work twenty four hours a day and and the people doing that type of work also need to get the rest so it is going to take a few months for those your your poll schedules to get back to normal doc always a pleasure looking forward to tonight show we will talk to you soon okay okay all right again physical therapy they're gonna be talking about it tonight of course Allegheny health network with boutique Instituto does a great job with that Dr Piper will be hosting tonight with his special guest one remind all of you for to reach the physician tonight his gaster anything that has to do with what we're talking about four one two doctors and you can also get everything that you needed a H. N. dot org and then.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The seven degrees at Fitchburg international at eight o'clock on Bruce Ryan Douglas as Congress works toward a compromise on a police reform bill president trump has signed an executive order encouraging police departments to take steps to address the concerns of demonstrators he also met with the families of black men and women who have been killed either by police or in civilian violence that was believed to be racially motivated more from CBS's Stephen Portnoy sources described as an emotional meeting S. Lee Merritt represents the family of Ahmad armory who was shot in Georgia wall jog there certainly were were tears flowing in the wrong relatives of those who were killed did not join the president in the rose garden where he signed an executive order aimed at modernizing use of four standards White House adviser to Ron Smith pushed back on reports the families refused to publicly appear with Mr trump I think it's really unfortunate that all some civil rights groups have even attacked them for coming Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington Michelle Kenny the mother of the late Anton rose did not meet with the president although he referenced her in his remarks in a tweet she says she chose not to meet with him but to speak with senators that could have an impact see the whole story at KDKA radio dot com the trump administration has sued former national security adviser John Bolton to block the publication of a book at the White House says contains classified information Bolton's attorney has said Bolton worked for months with classification specialists to avoid releasing classified material Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf says there can be no return to shelter in place rules even if the state experiences a second wave of covert nineteen this fall here's KDKA radio's Jody steel wall says their children place rules imposed in March where to buy time to avoid swapping the hospital system where a different place now than we were and and I think you have to recognize that that the economic and social personal toll having to shoulder replace all those things but we just can't do that well tells the KDKA radio morning show expanded covert testing and contact tracing will help even if there is a full resurgence show distinct newsradio ten twenty KDKA a proposal to study expansion of a revitalization district in east liberty has been defeated in Pittsburgh council Ricky Burgess who represents east liberty wants to keep new housing near the former Penn plaza apartments whose residents were evicted several years ago for redevelopment council president Theresa kail Smith voted with Burgess but once new housing I really like to know that there's going to be something in place that we can help people and work with people whether it's this or not that we're doing something funding for this study comes from a consent decree with the re developer of the former apartments Pennsylvania game commission officials were called Highland Park this afternoon to tranquilize a large black bear that had wandered into the neighborhood during the drama residents were told to stay indoors the bear will be taken to an uninhabited area outside of Allegheny county you can see a picture of the pair at KDKA radio dot com in sports Ohio governor Mike DeWine says it is highly unlikely that crowds of twenty thousand or so would be allowed for the pro football hall of fame game and induction ceremony at August hall is still evaluating its options and said no decisions have been made about the August six game between the Steelers and Dallas nor for the enshrinement two nights later the hall re open to a limited number of fans last week it is eight oh three we'll check Tripoli traffic and accu weather next cleaning blinds.

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Boston - Woman dies of injuries after tire smashes into windshield of her SUV on Route 2 in Fitchburg

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - Woman dies of injuries after tire smashes into windshield of her SUV on Route 2 in Fitchburg

"Woman was killed when a a large large tire tire and and rim rim came came off off a a truck truck slamming slamming into into the the jeep jeep he he was was driving driving is is identified identified as as a a first first grade grade teacher teacher at at Hudson Hudson state state police police say say or or in in the the case case of of Templeton Templeton died died in in that that incident incident it it happened happened on on route route two two in in Fitchburg Fitchburg yesterday yesterday Hudson Hudson schools schools in in a a statement statement say say she she taught taught at at the the forest forest Avenue Avenue elementary elementary school school and and had had been been working working for for the the town town for for twelve twelve

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"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The voice of Fitchburg this is KDKA radio ten twenty the station started all one hundred years ago welcome to holy Thursday I'm Larry Richard that Kevin battle yet today is the day that many commemorate the lord's supper and the time Jesus spent in the garden of disseminate agonizing prayer the start of the passion today Larry yes the last I saw somebody had posted you know everybody's doing these soon conversations yeah where people are in multiple places in they all pop up on your screen in little windows and they had a picture of the looks up to the one of the most famous paintings that you've seen of that evening and they had jeeps in the middle in all the apostles were in different windows all around the screen that's interesting just I have presenting it we'll see how he does it every Thursday at this time we check in with Pittsburgh magazine and then their disk Institute of Pittsburgh is line editor Brian hi slippers with us this morning Brian how do you hold now I'm doing okay I'm probably like everybody else getting a little stir crazy but otherwise hang in there yet as you point out in Pittsburgh magazine's little tougher this weekend because especially if you have little kids with the Easter weekend in a lot of people will not be able and won't get together but everybody's trying to figure out a way to do it virtually yeah I mean we are we can't get get get together a family given biggest entities your mailbox for you Sir but yeah we were figuring out ways whether it's like the zoo meeting that you're talking about or you know our other matters and we found a lot of other restaurants we read about others or take out she doing a curbside Easter brunch pick up because you know people are going out the Easter brunch which you're a big tradition everywhere then the parents can also enjoy a few ideas from the Pittsburgh magazine as well regarding the different social distancing efforts with the with the kids this weekend yes her and her having a really hard time of it did but there are actually places what about Edgewood borough and other neighbors are doing it you were doing a free Easter egg hunt so you can like take your kids to be walked on the sidewalk yes the way mother people of course in the poor people of town paper Easter eggs in their windows or doors or whatever Bob in that way so it's kind of a little later do any very kind sometimes or even doing them online they're big pictures of that room and then it hit me straight you can kind of spot in those photos so many activities to keep your kids from you know going crazy at Easter time is probably a good idea yeah Brian you bring up a good point about the restaurants for particular in particular this weekend in a lot of them have gone to this no contact where you drive up you've already prepaid even prepaying your tip and you just pop your trunk and they they drop the stuff in and you go and so people are really comfortable with that what are some of the restaurants doing for the used weekend yes spirit and tails it'd be open hotel in Oakland is doing one of those exactly where they you know you pay ahead online yeah they have a special brunch kicks and baked goods even from me even on a grill if you want to and they come and put it directly into your trunk and you never have to you know have your contact with somebody like that be sure to go is doing their locations are doing take out they have like ham Turkey lasagna di digit printing things you can order their you can even go to like grand concourse route and get you know some of their their meals people I know that's a really popular Easter brunch destination and people are going to have to give that up this year the food's all fine and good but what about some of the wash it down some I have been a wash it down in the face or they're taking orders they're so behind the people are getting are be able to get things so we have a lot clearly a lot of local places like that for example with a whiskey in the strip district I had a great drive through pick up the order online you get there you can call telling them to bring it out put it in your car for you there's so many award winning their spirits they make there so it could also local winery yeah in other places you can you can you can get something to carry through with people like a little business during the holiday well you're right over the last few days Brian and Kevin I tried to see.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"That damage currently Fitchburg police have an arrest warrant out for him earlier this week crews were sent out to the apartment building in the eight hundred block Boggs Avenue about twenty four firefighters had put out the flames and Hammond's apartment after was out a firefighter found Hamlin on the floor and paramedics took him to UPMC mercy for treatment fire investigation unit determine the cause of the fire was a firework that had to be intentionally late investigators say other people were inside the building at the time of the fire is estimated to have cost about thirty thousand dollars in damage he's now charged with several counts of arson and criminal mischief as college tuition continues to rise a more students and parents are asking if the cost of college is worth it KDKA radio's Jody CO reports because the college in western Pennsylvania has risen thirty five percent over ten years according to the U. S. department of education that tops in average thirty percent increase of public colleges nationwide and twenty five percent of private colleges according to the College Board Leslie Watson the Watson college counseling to students must make sure they're ready for college much of the student that in this country is actually students who are college and don't finish is a students and parents must also ask if the potential return on investment is worth it Jody studio newsradio ten twenty KDKA confirmed cases of the corona virus are popping up now in American states including California Oregon and Washington but health care workers say they have to be healthy to work with sick patients and that's causing issues these days in pandemic scares K. V. O. R. T. V.'s Rick Boone reports from Sacramento California's nurses say they're getting sick of fighting their bosses at the hospital for fairness on the job in the middle of the corona virus for obla I'm not sure that were adequately prepared in our local hospitals to face an outbreak more suspected patients show up at hospitals in our area more medical staffers are being affected this week at UC Davis Medical Center thirty six R. ends in eighty eight other health care workers had to self quarantine after coming in contact with the nation's first corona virus case of unknown origin and there's another overseas casualty of the international corona virus scare theme parks now in Japan are shutting their doors more from CBS news's Lucy craft in Tokyo in Japan sports tournaments school graduations weddings concerts business conferences almost every large gathering is being canceled or downsized theme parks like Universal Studios in Tokyo Disneyland are shutting down for several weeks underscoring the massive economic toll of this epidemic in sports the penguins extended their losing streak last night with a three two loss in Anaheim they'll face the San Jose Sharks tonight at ten thirty the pirates lost one of the Orioles yesterday in spring training they'll take on the twins tonight at six oh.

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Overloaded Power Strip Sparked Fire That Killed 2 Brothers In Fitchburg

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Overloaded Power Strip Sparked Fire That Killed 2 Brothers In Fitchburg

"Overloaded power strip determined to be the cause of yesterday's fatal fire in Fitchburg the fire claimed the lives of two brothers sixty one year old Greg Wilson and his younger brother Frank among the appliances plugged into that power strip before the fire a space heater lamp TV and

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2 Dead In Fitchburg House Fire Likely Caused By Overloaded Power Strip

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

2 Dead In Fitchburg House Fire Likely Caused By Overloaded Power Strip

"House fire early Sunday morning from an overloaded power strip killing two men in Fitchburg fire was reported around twelve thirty in the morning on Sunday one man was found on the first floor the other men on the second floor both pronounced dead at a local hospital the fire marshal's office saying the power strip was the focal point of the investigation also that the home had no working smoke

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"An early morning fire at a home in Fitchburg with the start of the new year democratic political rivals ed Markey and Joe Kennedy the third are ramping up their campaigns with Margie Senate seat hanging in the balance Kennedy opening new campaign offices in Lowell western Roxbury neighborhood then Roxbury neighborhood wallow marquis is planning a Sunday town hall discussion on his green new deal resolution Kennedy is challenging marquee in the Massachusetts democratic Senate primary the race pitting two well known politicians against each other the incoming marquis is served in Congress for decades first in the house and later in the Senate Kennedy who currently represents the state's fourth congressional district in the house hails from the state's most storied political family the democratic primary also includes a third candidate Shannon Liss Roydon a worker's rights lawyer all three candidates will meet for their first debate February eighteenth and the primary is set for September the first radic twenty twenty presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren spoke to WBZ TV is political analyst Jon Keller this morning about her confrontational approach when it comes to big companies and the new green deal Franklin Roosevelt in four star antitrust laws again was very aggressive in enforcing them and in fact it was one of his biggest arguments in trying to get this country righted after the Great Depression it was that giant corporations had gotten too big and were exercising too much power both in our economy and our democracy backed off that war broke out he's blood he backs off after he is done enormous enforcement in this area in force with that it really died off for three decades before then John Keller also asked Warren about which team she shared for yesterday's game against the Titans go pats was her answer meantime democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang is launching a writing campaign after we did not make the Ohio Democratic Party primary ballot in comments he made to the hill published on Friday Yang blames the wording in the state law for the snafu he says his campaign submitted three times the number of signatures required for him to be included on the March seventeenth primary ballot the writing effort officially launches tomorrow other democratic presidential candidates are reacting after the president tweeted this weekend saying that more than fifty targets were already lined up if for Ron retaliates this after the U. S. killing of a top around me in general twenty twenty candidates on or any clover charm weighing in after her events in Las Vegas the Minnesota Democrat says trump's decision to approve the strike of classroom solani is quote illegal yeah you have to be tough the tough doesn't mean that you set and send a bunch of tweets making threats and not appearing to take seriously the mass that he has now gotten ourselves and asked if she would be for or against the war with Iran center the clover Shaw said she wants to hear all the facts when lawmakers are brief next week before making a decision while adding that she did not support the war in Iraq meantime in New Hampshire representative Tulsi Gabbard who served two tours in Iraq as a medical operations specialist and as a major in the Hawaii Army National Guard address the foreign policy crisis a declaration of war must come from Congress that hasn't happened for a very long time and so this overstepping of authorities that trump has taken has been taken by virtually every president for a long time which is a problem bass presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard resident from claims that his move to kill general Soleimani what is the right call for the United States A. B. C.'s George Stephanopoulos explains why the strike was not expecting it to look at the facts here and the past history of Jerusalem money no question he has American blood on his hands but both president George W. bush and president Barack Obama refused to target soul of money because they feared that the risks of a wider war with Iran outweigh the benefits the killings all the money one of the reasons that Pentagon officials were surprised by the president took that action thousands have gathered today in Iran to mourn solemn money there have been a red flags of vengeance as Ron says they will retaliate against the US president trump responded on Twitter saying quote let this serve as a warning that if Iran strikes any Americans or American assets we have targeted fifty two around the insights representing the fifty two American hostages taken by around many years ago some at a very high level and important to to Arron Iranian culture in those targets and around itself will be hit very fast and very hard the selective service website went down as a result of increased traffic C. B. R. CBS's Jaffna because one says people shouldn't be concerned about a draft just yet at this moment our military is pretty overstretched and a major conflict did it come to that might actually force any administration to consider the possibility of selective service he does say a large scale war with Iran might make the U..

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mix of ice and snow is falling in Fitchburg covering the roads with the slippery slide **** making driving tough I put a few times a getting ICS beginning slick came gates says she doesn't have a choice she has to be out on the roads today being a home care nurse we have jobs that we have to do it about a what the weather is so that's always a concern this time of year Jennifer's Indiana shares the same concerns she's also heading to work where she takes care of people with disabilities on my way to work I go to the back roads they're super at I just came from an appointment and my car literally slid sideways so I was kind of freaking out we will check your ride and whether to coming up in just a few minutes starting with traffic on the threes meanwhile several reports of icy roads and spin out of north today WBZ's Karen regal joins us now live with the latest from Windham New Hampshire Karen how bad is it or you confirm a couple of those us with their grades and that spin I was because I was a couple of them like myself you can't go too slow in this kind of weather I think we're down to hail at this point there are sharp little balls of ice pulling out of the sky like twenty eighteen given no word in Chino so far I've seen a rain I seen on those watch about two inches are on the ground I see no snow and we turned over to rain and now what now as I mentioned we're down to to retail we may see a plague of frogs appear next in the ameribag valley and southern New Hampshire but the driving is treacherous the good news is at least on the main road on the highways are ninety three and four ninety five there have been plenty of wild though and that is certainly slowing down traffic as we put in traffic on the three the side roads are kind of a mess here the plows really have no chance let's say you get out here and deal with them so every time you go around the corner you're back wheels are going to go in a different direction for more than twenty your car might want to go reporting from Windham New Hampshire Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio thank you and with first night celebrations in Boston starting tomorrow city officials are talking about protecting public health and safety at a city hall press briefing mayor Marty Walsh went through some of the safety measures being taken as always our top priority is safety all of our public safety agencies have been working hard to make sure that this is going to be a safe night and continues to be a safe night for everyone they'll be a strong public safety presents all throughout the city of Austin our office is going to be doing their part along with IMS and firing the MBTA and actually why some say please helping in different areas as well the celebration starts tomorrow at lunch time and goes right through midnight in the Copley square area in downtown Boston the Sherin police chief is reminding the community will tell you what he has to say coming up in just a few minutes here WBZ newsradio about your right right now this treacherous day on the roads to three traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes David how bad is it code so worse north of the city or in the Merrimack valley and heading in and out of southern New Hampshire weather related slowdowns of four routes three ninety three and ninety five and the four ninety five throughout the Merrimack valley the other highways have mostly reduce speed with rain including one twenty eight between Lexington and Peabody around the downtown area it's just wet roads but otherwise lower deck is looking good on to this acre bridge lever connectors so okay in both directions Tobin bridge is fine and the airport totals are clear under Boston Harbor the pike has no reported problems between framing him in Sturbridge expressway south bound about a twenty five minute ride from Boston to Braintree north out of seeing delays around Furnas per parkway David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the three ice storm and winter storm warnings continue into early tomorrow especially north and west of four ninety five makes a rain and sleet for the rest of the day and into tonight watch for those icy conditions temperatures in the low thirties tonight rain ending tomorrow morning.

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Providence Man Dies After Fitchburg Car Crash

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Providence Man Dies After Fitchburg Car Crash

"Well this morning a Providence man died after his van with off route two and crashed into a tree the fifty four year old Ben found after troopers it just governor Ford transit van in the area of exit twenty nine just after five o'clock this morning the man was taken eleven stir hospital where he was pronounced dead that crash remains under

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Worcester. Thirty in Fitchburg thirty eight in Bellingham thirty-three in Boston. Heavy hearts in the pine tree state tonight. After a main firefighter was killed in the line of duty Berwick fire captain Joel Barnes died from injuries while battling flames in an apartment building on bell street. State fire Marshall, Joe Thomas says as many as seventy five other firefighters from a dozen departments in Maine and New Hampshire helped battle the four alarm fire. This was a difficult situation for all of the fire departments responded to this event. I tip my hat every single one of them for the work that they put into saving their own trying to make as much progress as possible. Saving any lives of the public who lived there. For other firefighters were injured the cause of that blaze. Still under investigation in Boston south station commuters may have been exposed to measles officials say an individual diagnosed with the highly contagious disease passed through the Boston terminal on a trip from New York to New Hampshire on Tuesday night. The traveler took a four PM greyhound bus from New York to Boston before continuing on a ten PM, Boston express bus to Manchester. Anyone who rode either bus or pass through south station between eight thirty at midnight on Tuesday could have been exposed to measles virus? Well, two different tales are coming out of North Korea. And the Trump administration over why their summit in Hanoi was cut short has both President Trump and Kim Jong-Un are trying to communicate their message on what transpired during the summit to their people back home North Korean officials are disputing President Trump's claims that the talks fell apart after North Koreans insisted on full sanctions removal won't be proposed. It's not the removal of all sanctions, partial removal, US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said President Trump had a quote, exactly right. And that they basically asked four full sanctions relief. Lana Zak ABC news. The White House. The president tweeted earlier today, quote, remember I got auto out. Of course, I hold North Korea responsible for autos mistreatment and death this tweet coming just days after the president said he believes North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN did not know about what led to the death of auto warm buyer this morning. His parents push back against President Trump for taking the word of the North Korean leader. Fred incendiary bomb buyer. For least a statement saying, quote, cameras evil regime are responsible for the death of our son. And the no excuses or lavish praise can change that seven thirty eight on this Friday time for a check of business news now with Bloomberg's Tracy jonky gap is leading old navy sail off on its own and investors said it's about time gap shares jumped the most. In a decade after it revealed plans to split old navy into its own company gap is also closing two hundred thirty stores, but it reportedly wants to add about one hundred children's clothing stores Gymboree is bankrupt and liquidating, but seeking the cell. It's Jamie and Jack chain. The Wall Street Journal says gap is interested. The Dow is up one hundred ten points. Nasdaq up sixty three SNP up nineteen I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. We'll check the latest sports news next on WBZ. You've done.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A fugitive on the run in Fitchburg after an hours long standoff WBZ's, Chris pharma has more. The search continues this morning in central mass for a suspect. Police believed is armed and dangerous. Sanderson Cuevas is wanted for a number of charges, including assault and use of a firearm. He reportedly duct away from a home on summit street in Fitchburg early yesterday afternoon when police responded to a domestic violence, call that allegedly included a gunshot that led to an hours long standoff in a nearby wooded area complete with heavily armed police units and negotiator with a Bullhorn Sanderson is approximately six foot one inches tall. And again considered armed and dangerous. Authorities implore anyone with any information to contact Fitchburg. Police Chris on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty judges ruled then actor Kevin Spacey will have to be in court next week on it WBZ's Doug cope reports. Spacey's attorney had requested the actor be able to skip his arraignment January seventh Tucker district court judge Thomas Barrett said no. So the actor will. Answer a charge of indecent assault and battery on a person over fourteen for allegedly groping the son of former Boston TV news anchor Heather Unruh her son in eighteen year old busboy at an at restaurant back when the incident allegedly occurred in two thousand sixteen Spacey's attorney had argued as clients appearance in court would only serve to a heightened prejudicial media interest. In the case and brisk contamination of the pool of jurors available for trial Spacey who was referred to in court documents his real name Kevin Fowler has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen men over the last year Doug, cope, WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. Some federal workers have gone to court in an effort to get paid. A large union representing government workers has hired a DC law firm to protest an estimated four hundred twenty thousand government employees being required to work without pay during the partial shutdown of the federal government ABC's Linda Lopez says so far it's unclear how the shutdown. Will end L real progress over the holiday at least before New Year's Eve toward any deal to end the shutdown, but then House Democrats submitted to bills, which they say they'll be ready to vote on when they're back in session on Thursday. It's six forty and we have fifty two degrees and cloudy skies in Boston. And this news out of Washington. Pentagon spokeswoman Dana white is resigning is resigning. That is Brian shook has the details on Twitter Monday. She wrote that she's been honored to serve alongside Defense Secretary James Mattis Mattis resigned two weeks ago amid a disagreement with President Trump over Trump's foreign policy earlier, Monday Madison issued a farewell message. Encouraging defense department employees to keep the faith in America. Now is Brian shook reporting and James Mattis resigned after President Trump decided to pull US troops out of Syria. We have fifty two degrees, cloudy skies mild day ahead. It's six forty one in time for sports Charlie Birger on this year. Happy new year. Charlie happy new year to you aren't happy new year. Everyone not a happy new year for the Celtics back to the five hundred Mark playing on the road losing last night in San Antonio to the Spurs one twenty to one eleven how they lost. This one is the story the Spurs. Scored forty six points in the first half. Then in the third quarter. They matched that with forty six points in twelve minutes. Celta coach Brad Stevens said it was not for lack of effort. We were battling played.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Charges nights to back in court today for a pretrial conference investigations underway. Now into just what caused a commuter rail train to become derailed yesterday stranding riders and causing extensive delays. A train was carrying about eight hundred passengers at the time became disabled after snapping and axel right near the. Waverley station in Belmont after more than a ninety minute. Wait passengers were eventually transferred onto other trains. Some chose just to get off the train and walked the half mile to another station. No injuries were reported and services back to normal this morning on the Fitchburg line five fifty one on WBZ thirty five and cloudy right now in Boston After ten terms in congress house speaker Paul Ryan is getting ready to say goodbye to a life of public service today secretary of defense James Mattis will present house speaker Paul Ryan with the DOD's distinguished public service award for its focus on the military tomorrow from the house floor of the Wisconsin Representative will thank the people of his district and a staff before his official portrait during his tenure. As budget committee chairman is unveiled next week. Ryan will deliver his farewell address at the library of congress and announcing he would not seek reelection back in April, the outgoing ambassador to the United nation says she was able to bring Carolina values to that organization. Nikki Haley made the comment yesterday while accepting the citizen of the Carolinas. Award Haley served as the governor of South Carolina from twenty ten through early last year now in that speech yesterday. Haley praising those who live in the Carolinas saying people there take pride in standing for. What's right? Even if it means they have to stand alone last month. Haley announced she planned to step down from her role at the UN that it's not clear what she plans to do next.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News this half hour of Fitchburg state basketball player is suspended kicked off campus for sucker punching an opposing player WBZ's, Mike Macklin says it was a flagrant foul captured on video right near the end of last night's. Game against Nichols college. Berg state was trailing Nichols with less than three minutes to go in the game. Nichols Nate made a three point basket from the quarter to extend his teams ten point lead to thirteen points. That's when Fitchburg states key one Platt runs toward Tanaga appears to glance at a referee who was nearby, but with his back turned to the exchange and throws a sucker punch. That catches today square in the face leading him on his back on the court. Another ref whistles platform foul. He leaves the game. But it's not clear whether he was a Jack did by the ref for merely benched by his coach Tenaglia made the two free throws from the foul line. Nichols went on to win the game. Mike Macklin WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Marlboro police establish a list of homes for door to door sales for people to stay away. From in other words, get out and fast. Here's KENDALL Buhl to explain it's a win win for everyone says Marlboro police sergeant Dan Campbell. Residents who want to be left alone will be vendors won't waste their time. Where they are welcome. And the police department won't get flooded with call when we do have people coming into town. Sometimes our dispatch will get dozens of calls at a time of old people listening in the area, the solutions quite simple residents who don't want to deal with two doors sales people can get their addresses put on a list at the Marlboro PD vendors get that list from police when they get their permits which will be yanked. If they knock on the wrong, doors, only nonprofit, fundraisers and political campaigners are exempt, KENDALL Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty announce sports with Tom Cuddy, no surprise at all no surprise to any Red Sox fan Red Sox rewarding manager Alex Cora with a one year contract extension through two thousand twenty one with a club option through two thousand twenty two Salvatore. Chicago Bulls highly regarded, Celtics only seven at six listen to Kyrie Irving. That's really what it comes down to. An excitement isn't as. Israel basketball now. So it's not just about the potential of the team this season is right now for us all to be special. We just have to get through some challenges.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're brought to us by Harvard pilgrim healthcare, what happened today. Laurie imported cars don't cost more yet. It's Bloomberg reports. The Trump administration will hold off for now on the threat of twenty five percent tariffs on foreign made cars and trucks. New car prices fell in October met used car prices were up the most. In nine years. As part of the Labor Department's consumer price index which found slow overall growth in the US cost of living last month. So it is up two and a half percent in the past year on Wall Street, widespread losses. The Dow fell two hundred six points, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. Logan airport comes in tests in the first ever Wall Street Journal rankings of the twenty largest US airports. Denver International comes in. I are we talking about just size or quality here. Let's dig a little bit deeper the rankings cover a range of categories from on time reliability. Here we go to the longest walk. They also looked into things like security, wait times average fares and rental car costs cost rather the paper weighed fourteen key factors, plus a survey of more than forty eight hundred readers in the Denver airport, which is kind of a joke years ago when? For the most expensive airports is now number one. So really kind of turn things around out in Denver and other news recovering today of Fitchburg state basketball player is suspended kicked off campus for sucker punching an opposing player WBZ's, Mike Macklin says it was a flagrant foul captured on video near the end of last night's game against Nichols college. Fitchburg state was trailing Nichols with less than three minutes to go in the game. Nichols Nate Tenaglia made a three point basket from the quarter to extend his teams ten point lead to thirteen points. That's when Fitchburg states key one Platt runs toward Tanaga appears to glance at a referee who was nearby, but with his back turned to the exchange and throws a sucker punch that catches to dagley square in the face leaving him on his back on the court. Another ref whistles platform foul. He leaves the game. But it's not clear whether he was adjusted by the ref for merely benched by his coach to nag and made the two free. Throws from the foul line. Nichols went on to win the game. Mike Macklin, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty traffic in a minute. Tom Cuddy right now with sports selfish down Bruins at work tonight. Celtics home to the Chicago Bulls, highly regarded Celtics on the seven and six listen to Connery Irving. That's.

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Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan dies at age 80

WBZ Morning News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan dies at age 80

"The world is honoring the life and legacy. Of former UN Secretary. General Kofi Annan he died this morning in Switzerland at the age of eighty he was one of the world's most celebrated diplomats a very charismatic symbol of. United Nations he rose through its ranks to become the first black African secretary general that's the highest diplomatic office in the entire world a non. Let the UN from nineteen. Ninety seven through two thousand six and really grateful for his mission I can think of no, other job in the world that, would have, been so rewarding his death has shaken people in the west African nation of Ghana where he was born Ghana's President announced that the. National, flag will be flying at half-mast at home, and also in a country's diplomatic missions around the, world for one week in honor, of Kofi Annan back in two thousand one as a world was still reeling from nine eleven a non was awarded. The Nobel peace prize for his work to. Create a more peaceful world in a more better organized society on social Media that Kofi non foundation described him. As a global statesman and a deeply committed internationalists who fall throughout his. Life for more fair and peaceful world he was. An ardent champion of peace sustainable development human rights and the rule of law and by the way he. Also has a local connection he studied at the MIT's Sloan school of management from nineteen. Seventy one to seventy two in a Sloan fellows program and he, earned a master's degree in management current UN chief Antonio Gutierrez voice very deep sadness at this news of his staff today and described his predecessor as a guiding force for good Kofi Annan passed away peacefully this morning after a short illness he leaves behind his wife and their. Three

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"New Hampshire until eight, fifteen this evening again a tornado warning for Cheshire and Hillsborough counties in. Southern New Hampshire until eight fifteen meantime heavy rains KO power to about sixteen hundred customers. In Massachusetts some three hundred of them still in Chelmsford WBZ TV meteorologist Pamela Gardner on what's ahead for. The rest of the evening back to our west and there is a severe thunderstorm watch three eleven o'clock for western Massachusetts. That's where we could see some damaging wind gusts and also small hail, with those storms but any storm that moves through for us here in Boston to produce. Localized flooding and damaging wind gusts perhaps as we get a. Strong wind here, and there, a severe thunderstorm watch up, for western Massachusetts until eleven o'clock tonight a state. Trooper released. From a. Hospital after being dragged following a traffic stop, in west Two. Occupants of the goal that fled the. Scene eventually taken into custody and Fitchburg WBZ's Carl Stevens from Webster recalled this started as a traffic stop right here. Off a main street police say the driver took off dragged a state trooper with him this man who lives right. Here, said he was just coming home so all the police cruisers any also saw the injured, trooper then I saw the EMT people just taking off the, off uniform off the officer not I didn't see anything major NGOs like he was fine standing up talking this happened right next to a wear, a tornado hit two weeks ago from Webster Carl Stevens WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty six state trooper charged in the overtime scandal investigation Kevin Sweeney agreeing to plead. Guilty to receiving more than eleven thousand dollars and not pay for hours he did not work more jail. Time for a former state lawmaker for hiding his finances John George junior in prison for embezzlement the feds say George gets. Five extra months for hiding more than two and a half million dollars in cash along With Rolex watches and jewelry he had been sentenced to nearly six years for. Embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from a regional transit authority well Worcester to be home. To the Pawtucket Red Sox as we. Hear from WBZ TV's Palmerston the AAA.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's like that's like a complete game you know fitchburg derek holland i wanna game we shouldn't brings i'm kidding i really do enjoy the guy so joe as i like to call them jones e as i like to call why not stone them all thirty four saves yeah and then you had four different guys scoring beautiful and they donskoy hurdle and little joe according to my sources to the the sharks stymied the vegas penalty power play they did they didn't need more by the way i have to ask you a quick question it's a it's an accuracy question now i'm at a moment here with my chronicle prior to the show i looked at it prior yes and i'm getting ready i'm like starting to look at what my friday night might look like right i got my kids coming over and i'm thinking like are we gotta watch the warrior game right so that's that's gonna get going to five pm now murph i say well who's going on thursdays what i'm saying to myself and go who's going thursday in the nba let me just brush up on this a look down here's what the chronicles telling me today murph no they're telling me if i if if i tune into espn at three pm today i'm getting lebron james and the cavaliers something smells a foul a three pm start murph ron brown dental bury the king at three pm gonna go ahead and can usually goes a fine i can confirm six eastern three pacific okay well just based on accuracy i i was getting a little nervous it could have been a mishap was very good of you to look out because pass inaccuracies but you know what i'm blaming i'm blaming the fact that everything's weird and canada canada okay six o'clock tip well then they're making room for the eight thirty tip which is five thirty our time six or celtics yeah that'd be fun so they so they're going late night in boston going early evening going supper and theron i wonder if the king is.

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Police: Mother of girl who died used super glue to close son's wound

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Police: Mother of girl who died used super glue to close son's wound

"W x ks fm hd two medford an iheartradio station this is wbz newsradio ten thirty where the news watch never stops wbz news time four o'clock it's mostly cloudy right now up to forty three degrees in boston we'll check traffic and weather together coming up but first this pm commute is brought to you by the new england honda dealers featuring the all new two thousand eighteen accord and the all wheel drive crv for life around here topping our news at four today a fitchburg boy whose sister died after police say both were beaten by their mother told police they were attacked by bullies he also said his mom closed a wound on his neck was superglue wbz's lana jones with more on our top story the police report says the bruise had injuries to his face and the girl had bruises a barriers ages over her entire body it says shayna pedroso had a note in her possession indicating that the children had been bad and were beaten grosso and the father marvin brita were held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing next week the boy is now in the custody of the department of children and families in pittsburgh landon jones wbz newsradio ten thirty the city of boston settles with the family of kaiser willis he's the young boy who drowned in the summer of twenty sixteen playing at the beach the summer camp at carson beach mayor wall says he knows the money won't bring the boy back but he hopes to provide some closure for the child's family one of the democrats running for paul ryan's house seat was kansin says the speaker decided to quit rather than face the voters ryan announcing today he is not seeking reelection he says serving in congress has been one of the two greatest honors of his life it's easy for to take over everything in your life and you can't just let that happen because there are other things in life that can be fleeting as well.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"fitchburg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"At forty years old you still loved to play football you up to key it he cold out got guided vibe black on a all the time at forty years ago you win i blackie dis and you do do single in all four in m two yard to go the man took their quarterback sneak itself and dane into yet r s so that's something that that that lots of which bill would fitchburg in that game gulf tried that's like key he gets up five guard behind center in you know what you took them five go back where you only need to yardstick online applied guard batch to the man who you think's gonna win still win than we thought i i think new england to win all right by the also mostly quickly bob dylan help you to it's no it's no surprise me about new poll dizziness fainting clothes that what what would two 2014 took over that team and let him the rest of the season saddest you said it's not because he can dan when he when he started out there well williams are the call he started out there well i didn't know his future was i thought at some point he might come back down to earth and sad to see you you know most people thought that and they were right but he still has and that's what's gonna make him interesting here because of someone's been offered some picks for the sky and it's going to make it very interesting and if they go out of next year i don't think any philadelphia eagles finch worry anything at all by next year got next year and you struggle a little bit who knows what happens with people because he is playing very very well but next year next year they're excited about them doing it right now eight five five 212 for cbs me at the bob in michigan go ahead bob you have some great callers um this is my first time but i i'm gonna pick the the eagles and i have a little different slant on it all me why doug peterson is one of those alumni other world league of american football nfl europe along with jason garrett scott mitchell warner jake down home john getting a very aggressive league those guys want to go to the nfl and they see that in.

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"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fitchburg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston wednesday sunny and warmer high 82 thursday partly sunny high again 82 all malkey where the meteorologist karolinske wbz newsradio 1030 i'm not khaw wbz news a train conductor working for keo lives the company that runs the ts commuter rail operation is seriously injured in an incident at waltham as a train in the fitchburg line was rolling into the brand station here's wbz's tvs ken macleod a conductor is apparently making his routine safety checks on the train in the doorway when he somehow tumbled off the train it appears that conductor was then run over by the train he had bent on crushing his lower left leg investigators say the train was going somewhere between ten and fifteen miles per hour at the time the twenty nine year old conductor was taken to a boston hospital norwood police say a tractor trailer drivers struck and killed a coworker while delivering roofing materials at a construction project on upland road police chief william brooks the driver backed up the officer did see him and and and random over the pleasures particularly difficult for the operate under the victim and with a uh they know each other's work together police saying an investigation is underway but it appears to be on tragic accident at the boston federal court trial of four teams tres union members the host of the top chef reality tv show padma lakshmi testified she was petrified when union members confronted her her outside a milton restaurant when the series filmed in 2014 the union allegedly demanding jobs from the nonunion production company the jury could begin deliberations later in the week down half wbz newsradio 1030 take a closer look at unlimited data plans and you'll see they're not always upfront with.

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