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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees also moved today at the White House it's regarding private business and the nation's shortage of medical supplies will be invoking the defense production act and just in case we need it in other words I think you all know what it is it it can do a lot of good things if we need it and we will and that is president trump so what exactly is that act well it's been around since the Korean War back in nineteen fifty and this allows the president to require civilian businesses to help me orders for products that are deemed necessary for the national defense Massachusetts senator ed Markey says last night he talked to vice president pence about this asking him to make this exact move to talk with the senator about this earlier today I'm very glad that the president made the announcement at noon time today because we are far short of the testing equipment of the protective gear for our medical personnel out first responders that we need we need more ventilators we're going to need other equipment in the only way to ensure that our country is responding is it a water production capability is invoked Markey says products like face masks gloves gallons respirators ventilators all of those right now we're desperately needed by medical professionals especially here in Massachusetts he said he hopes this move will have to deal with that shortage something else that's in short supply our covert nineteen testing kits that's the case not just here in Massachusetts but all over the U. S. in Quincy they're also talking about another way to tackle the problem turning an old hospital building there into a potential testing operations site WBZ's Jim McKay spoke with the mayor Thomas cook about this the old Quincy Medical Center building still has an emergency care unit but other than that the building is set to be demolished in the next year it's becoming high end apartments however mayor coaxes right now all options are on the table when it comes to fighting corona virus I've spoken to the developer to see the chances are if that building could be used however we're not there yet it's there if we get to that point where we really need these major emergencies with the army corps command just with the need to do and there are logistical issues involved for.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at five o'clock good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening another miserable day for Wall Street after yesterday's gains the market taking it on the chin again the Dow losing thirteen hundred and thirty eight points the SP five hundred loses more than five percent of its value in the nasdaq in the same position Susan Smith is head of US equities at Aviva investors says the coronaviruses impact on businesses hard for investors to deal with that kind of environment short term valuation tools don't work because there is so much uncertainty in the markets are really stepping back from that I think a lot of investors continue to want to move to the sidelines and stay out of the way manufacturers retarded shutting down plants in Europe and the U. S. in a bid to limit the spread of corona virus or because of the demand for goods evaporating the U. N.'s international labor organization estimates the fallout from the virus outbreak could cost nearly twenty five million job losses worldwide and drain up to three point four trillion dollars worth of income by the end of the year a lot of Massachusetts working families just got harder WBZ's Karen Riddell explains come Monday March twenty third the state's daycares and early education centers will be closed says governor Charlie Baker we have issued emergency procedures to set forth the process for opening exempt emergency childcare programs this will provide priority access for families emergency personnel medical staff and others critical to fighting the code nineteen outbreak volunteers teachers and staff from some child care programs have already reached out to the department to say that they are ready and willing to continue providing care which will be a relief to many of the parents who are working day and night to come back cove it nineteen at the statehouse Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio Boston mayor Marty Walsh again stressing the importance of social distancing and staying at home if possible the BBC's competitive tells us the decision on whether or not they should with shelter in place order the city depends a lot on how well residents are here to those practices mayor Walsh says there are no plans at this time to institute a city wide lockdown there is no shelter in place order there's no current plan to issue such an order on any particular day that's kind of gone room with a few times a day as of right now that is not a situation that I think we can talk about but the mayor says never say never inevitably there could be possibly a reason for shelter in place right now we are monitoring this little hour by hour to see where we are not critical situation and I think when that comes that's a very serious doubt that would have to take in and something that none of us should take lightly we also should be aggressive in the fact that if we think you can make a big difference in this break will stop the corona.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Station forty seven degrees and cloudy at four o'clock good morning I'm Steve greenfield an economic package to help with the fall out of corona virus will have to wait house Democrats in the White House failed to reach an agreement last night the bill introduced by Democrats includes paid sick leave expanded unemployment insurance increased food assistance and free coronavirus testing for most people New York has banned gatherings of more than five hundred people and that includes Broadway theaters Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center all of which are holding performances Blasi oh it's that some city employees are working remotely but parts of the city will remain open there are three things we want to preserve at all costs our schools are mass transit and most important our health care system and all those pieces interconnect the mayor predicts that New York City will have one thousand cases of the virus at some point next week and that schools will remain open but activities will be scaled back Blasio is authorizing ten percent of the city's workforce to work from home and officials will try and stagger schedules for city employees New York city's two hundred fifty eight St Patrick's day parade has been postponed governor Cuomo got on the phone with parade organizer G. and told him it wasn't a good idea to bring millions together amid the corona virus outbreak it's two million spectators you can't do that in this environment parade organizers disappointed but they say it's the right thing to do I have to see if any of the people of New York NY and what does your intro governor Cuomo promising the parade will take place when this nasty virus is gone no one laden W. O. R. news Sophie grow are true to life of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has come down with cove in nineteen the test came back positive on Thursday while she was already in isolation and experiencing symptoms Justin Trudeau isn't showing any signs of the respiratory illness but he's in self isolation for fourteen days ESPN senior NBA insider Adrian Welch now ski spoke on ESPN sports center a few hours ago to discuss the NBA's to Cision to suspend play as owners are urging commissioner Adam silver to reevaluate this decision after thirty days the owners they they had a conference call again today they had one yesterday but today you know with the league office with Adam silver and I'm told that the owners on the call and also offline have been encouraging to him that a thirty day a reevaluation might be the number that makes sense I'm pulled up for the even the Players Association you know it might fit for everybody the league office so Hey Adam silver will make the final determination and I'm told that will come sometime soon bought one month and then to be able to look forward for sports info.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at eleven thirty good evening I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening former vice president Joe Biden gaining a lot of ground today thanks to the results of super Tuesday Biden taking up wins in the states so far including the Massachusetts also upon winning Virginia North Carolina Alabama Oklahoma Tennessee Minnesota and Arkansas huge night for Biden WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe is out of buying the van at the fords in Quincy and cannot imagine the mood they're quite jovial given today's results yeah been supporters absolutely ecstatic the erupted into wild cheers and broke out in chants of biotin and let go gel one supporter Toby this is one of the greatest comebacks in the history of politics in his mind he said Joe Biden was counted out early on but he's proven tonight that he's got what it takes to pull together a wide coalition a broad coalition of voters this is something that no one thought he could do with Massachusetts what people thought it would be a tight race between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren but Biden did pull it off winning another odd number of other states as well yes well that's a really took off after Saturday's antiquity in South Carolina that's the state he called his fire wall he's been picking up endorsements and funding since then in Quincy Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news three persons of the Biden campaigns saying tonight our campaigns one for anyone has been knocked down counted out or left behind in Massachusetts send a message to the rest of the country this is the campaign that will send Donald Trump packing may dot the husband of White House adviser kellyanne Conway now put himself on team Biden George Conway tweeted a screenshot of his twenty eight hundred dollars donation to Biden's presidential campaign Conway a conservative lawyer and a harsh critic of president trump for win so far for Bernie Sanders he won his home state of Vermont along with Colorado Utah and the big prize of California some good news for Sanders supporters attending a watch party at democracy brewery in downtown crossing that's where WBZ sherry small isn't very pretty good night for the Vermont senator pretty good night and then I will tell you some people were a little disappointed earlier with fighting using that newfound momentum well especially when you took Massachusetts when you're working really hard on his on his campaign really thought the standard was going to take down to keep later in the night now when we were neck and is also in the accident.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at nine thirty good morning I'm Lori Kirby and here's what's happening the opening bell on Wall Street slanging chimes of doom once again investors trying to stay optimistic after the Dow plummeted more than a thousand points yesterday all over the fears that the corona virus could have on the global economy following this and joining us live Bloomberg's Tom Busby some signs of optimism yes Lori what a difference a day makes on Wall Street seeing a bit of a snapback rally right after the opening bell a big change from Monday's massive meltdown right now the Dow up a hundred sixty five the nasdaq ahead by eighty five S. and P. five hundred up by eighteen I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio and will go back to Tom at nine thirty eight updating this story president trump was asked about the corona virus during his trip to India today president Jean the other day he is so committed to solving that problem he's he's working very hard he is very capable the country's very capable and it's not a problem but I think he's going to do well president trump they're referencing the Chinese president meantime the head of the Iranian coronavirus task force has tested positive for the virus he just gave a news conference yesterday on the situation laying out dozens of new coronavirus cases in Italy health officials now say at least two hundred and eighty three people in that country have been infected seven have died the country is now shut down schools museums and theaters into northern regions where most of the cases are clustered CBS's mark Phillips is in could Dona southeastern along police have cordoned off areas near Milan.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Staples connect today he need a mail live Somerville and government center Mike king with WBZ's traffic on the three is out to get a check of the four day W. B. C. accu weather forecasters Brian partly cloudy for tonight low thirty six in Boston closer to thirty in one of the most the cloudy sky for tomorrow still mild for early February high forty six partly cloudy for tomorrow night low thirty six then for Wednesday rather cloudy looks dry though with a high of forty two well some snow or sleet likely later Wednesday night and a messy morning commute Thursday with some snow sleet and rain that should go over all rain a lot of areas by the afternoon high thirty seven west of four ninety five to forty four in Boston and then another storm system brings mostly rain Friday I'm accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBC Boston's newsradio forty six degrees right now in Danvers forty seven Chelsea forty eight Milton and forty seven degrees in Boston a pretty good weekend for Novak Djokovic TV celebrated his record extending eighteenth career Australian Open championship his seventeenth grand slam title and the excitement spilling over into today as took pictures now back atop the ATP rankings back at number one after winning that Australian Open title Djokovic sh rising one place taking over the top spot for Rafael McDowell he would break Roger Federer's career record for the most weeks spent at number one if he can stay there until October we'll see it's the other Superbowl contests which of the commercials produced for the big game was the big winner among viewers WBZ's James Ross asked folks near the garden.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mostly sunny forty seven degrees in Boston at eleven thirty good morning I'm Suzanne saws well here's what's happening a sixteen year old is fighting for his life after being stabbed in Boston it happened a blue hill lab just before five yesterday afternoon police commissioner William cross says the sixteen year old was rushed to the hospital in critical condition officers from area B. two responded to several radio calls for a group fighting a thirteen year old and another sixteen year old suffered minor injuries we now know the cause of the fire overnight in Charles town that sent two adults and a child to the hospital officials say the fire started when a candle was accidentally knocked over in the second floor apartment it happened at around one thirty in the morning on tough street a college student in Middletown Connecticut is in isolation and being monitored for the corona virus the Wesleyan University student recently traveled to China and came down with a fever and cough meanwhile there's a third confirmed case of the virus in the U. S. WBZ's James row Haas has more the third case has been reported in southern California's Orange County it was confirmed last night after a man had come back from traveling to the hard hit epicenter of Wuhan China this comes after the latest number of confirmed cases in China rose to nearly two thousand and a death toll of at least fifty six Daily Times reports the patient is in good condition and in isolation at a hospital there appears to be no evidence of the virus is spread to others living in southern California James R. O. hasta you be easy Boston's newsradio in China there's now a way out for American stranded in Wuhan the U. S. consulate general there is organizing a charter flight for its personnel and other US citizens the charter flight will depart from Wuhan on Tuesday headed for somewhere in the U. S. most of what Klay San Francisco the capacity is quote extremely limited according to an email to U. S. citizens in the region because the flight will carry the majority of the consulate general staff or being evacuated American citizens have been warned not to travel to the province with the consulate general now largely closed to the public Conor Finnegan ABC news Washington the defense team for president trump began laying out its case against the charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the Senate impeachment trial political analyst Eric Hamm says the president has used the impeachment to raise a lot of money for is twenty twenty campaign this is a president who even though he's deeply unpopular does not have a majority or even a plurality of the nation behind him has raised more money up until this point that any other president in history quoting Barack Obama so this president is using this impeachment process to rake in a horse of cash and trust me he's going to need every single dime because this is going to be a very tight race democratic impeachment managers finish their arguments on Friday Senate testimony resumes tomorrow a four hour standoff in Hingham yesterday ends with no injuries the suspect Farrow yet truce is charged with armed assault with intent to murder WBZ's Kevin Coleman has that after hours of negotiations the active shooter in the apartment complex.

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WIBC 93.1FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Forty seven degrees in the American standard heating weather center the time is seven seventeen as projection when you see a flaw in yourself and then you apply it to other people right when you see something that's your own personal taboo and you say other people are guilty of it rejection right Tony Katz ninety three W. IVC good morning it is the former governor of California Jerry Brown telling Congress that president trump is responsible for the ongoing fires in California California's burnings as governor brown while the deniers make a joke out of the standards that protect us all this is I'm just telling you what the man is saying here don't don't yell at me I'm the blood is on your soul here and I hope you wake up because this is not politics this is life this is morality this is a year this is real he's testifying against the efforts to rescind California's waiver that allowed to set its own emissions standards for vehicles now to understand the situation to understand what is going on in California have to understand a couple things that the idea that this is these fires are because of climate change is laughable these are full hearty people who willfully lie and take anything and want to make it to their ideological desires the fires are happening because a it's a desert be there has been no maintenance of brush and other things that have been a conversation for as long as I live there and I was there for six years I'm in the decades before that it was known that it was a problem and it continues to be because while yes fires do basically clean the lan and help in the regeneration of soil not having any level proper maintenance creates opportunities for these fires to spread and spread massively into a tremendous amount of damage the issue here in California is actual location mixed with environmental policy disasters that's what happens I'm not saying you could stop fires all together I am saying you could limit their scope and you could l'image that limit the damage and for Jerry Brown to go out there and says all climate change and all trump's fall all Republicans fault is garbage claptrap nonsense it's nonsense that's all it is from beginning to end that's all it is it's a shame too because we could be having better conversations actually doing something for California but if Californians don't want Hey it's not for me to get too wrapped up about of all days are back at Lowes meaning you can save big on tools for yourself or you can start checking off your gift list early and save stop in today and pick up a global twenty four volt maxx brushless cordless.

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at three o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening at three. After deliberating for nine hours. Jurors have reached a verdict in the murder trial of Lawrence teenager. Matthew Borjas and the verdict. Guilty Borjas on trial at Salem superior court for the beheading of Lawrence high school classmate Lee Paulino in twenty sixteen. The teens body was found in the Merrimack river. Now right now court is in a brief recess. A sentencing date will be set shortly. Keep it here on WBZ radio. If you have to step away from the radio, we are also on your Alexa, demise in the iheartradio app. It's three a one and secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he warned his Russian counterpart foreign ministers air Jay Lavrov against any unacceptable meddling in US elections. Speaking in the resort city of Sochi Pompeo said he hopes the two countries can become closer this good faith effort on the part of each of our two nations as directed by President Trump and President Putin will stabilize relationship and put it back on a trajectory that I think would be good for not only of our two countries and each of our peoples, but for the world is well and Labra expected this evening to jointly update. Putin on their meetings. We'll update you as well. And the talks com is attorney general Bill bar appoints. Connecticut, US attorney John barren to examine the origins of the Russian vested Gatien CBS's Paula Reed with this story at the White House is clearly something that will be pleasing to the president who has repeatedly claimed that there was illegal spying on his campaign. Even though several top Justice appointed officials who he selected personally part of his cabinet have denied this ever occurred. It's at any surveillance was supported by a judge's authorisation Durham, we'll be working with intelligence. Chiefs to see how the surveillance was conducted. Parents coming from all over the state today rallying on beacon hill. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports they joined together to call for education equity..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock. Here's what's happening. Bruins fans cheering tonight. The black and gold advancing to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Speedy the Maple Leafs at the garden tonight five to one winning the seventh and deciding game WBZ's. Adam Kaufman tells us the Bruins will host the blue jackets Thursday night at seven it was a scare for a little while down three to once again in series, and you know, a nail biter throughout many moments in game seven, but the Bruins able to prevail against the Maple Leafs. They can breathe easy just a little bit knowing that they won't have to play an elimination game for the first time in a few on Thursday, and they'll take care of a or take on a very difficult. Columbus blue jackets team that you can't understate just how good it was in that first round against Tampa. The blue jackets ousting the lightning the playoffs. Top seed in four straight games Bernie Sanders in Cambridge earlier in the day. Addressing supporters following his controversial remarks during a CNN townhall last night that prison inmates including the bus. In marathon bomber should be allowed to vote. The centers supporter has no problem about the democratic presidential hopeful had to say telling WBZ's James Rojas, he realizes that the slippery slope of voting discrimination in the history of that is just going to continue if we don't put our foot down and say every American has the right to to take, you know. I mean, I could see why would for some people senders.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening of Don. Huff, here's what's happening. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells fellow Democrats they should not rush to impeach president. Trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi questioned at a time magazine forum thing she is open to impeachment. The past finding takes us there. We had no choice, but we're not there yet. Other Democrats saying the mullahs report obstruction facts already give them no choice. Andy field. ABC news, Washington. Pelosi held a conference call with House Democrats last night south Boston, congressman Steve Lynch among those on the line there. I think was unanimous agreement that we needed to get an honor redacted version of the report, but but also the was contingent not a big contingent. But you know, a vocal contingent of members that I think wanted to proceed to to if not impeachment articles of impeachment, then certainly a resolution to begin the impeachment process Lynch, adding he'll make his own decisions on a peach and will not take orders from the house speaker on how to vote Lynch last hour on nightside. With an Ray the White House pushed to at a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census is now before the nation's highest court lower courts have blocked the president from adding a census question asking, whether you're US citizen. The Commerce Department saying they wanted to help enforce the Voting Rights Act. Critics say that question would discourage undocumented immigrants from being counted and affect how many seats states have in the house of representatives. The high court could decide in June with enough time to include or exclude citizenship question in the two thousand twenty cents. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. A manhunt on tonight for two suspects wanted in an armed home invasion in Fitchburg during the afternoon hours. WBZ TV's Paul Burton's spoke with one of the residents attacked by the intruders day broke in. And that's when I started fighting a brazen break in the middle of the day turns violent destined to Paul says he was lying in bed. When he heard two people banging on his door, not knowing that a gun when he opened it just get on the ground like three or four times that's been Dustin in his roommate. Adams started fighting with the burglars. I chased one guy out the building. And then I grabbed a shovel and turn around like to come upstairs and came around the corner and the dude had the gun.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Station. Forty seven degrees at two o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. President Trump reacting today to attorney general William bars claim that the F B I spied on the Trump campaign. What he said was absolutely true that it was absolutely spying into my campaign. I'll go step further in my opinion. It was illegal spying unprecedented spying and something that you'd never be allowed to happen in our country again bar yesterday, telling the Senate appropriations committee that he'll investigate the alleged surveillance WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, arrested in London taken from the Ecuadorian embassy where he had sought refuge for the past seven years. He was arrested at the request of US authorities, and he's not been indicted for stealing classified documents. His case connected to that of Chelsea Manning. This ABC's Aaron Katersky. Julia. Assange has charged in this country for an alleged role in the theft of classified information by former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. Federal prosecutors in Virginia accused Assange of helping men in crack a password to open more sensitive files than Manning's access otherwise allowed in twenty ten Wiki leaks published what manning stole including classified information about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and sensitive diplomatic cables that embarrassed the United States and forced the country to relocate confidential sources marital Blasios signing an executive order immediately ending the purchase of single use plastic items for New York City agents talking about a whole variety of things that somehow we got used to, but we really don't need anymore. Plastic straws plates. Plastic bowls plastic forks and knives spoons and the mayor railed against the fossil fuel industry accusing big oil intentionally poisoned with pollution, given the petroleum as a main ingredient in most plastics. Federal prosecutors in California, say former stormy Daniels lawyer, Michael avenue. Stole millions from his clients and is being charged in a thirty six count federal indictment. US attorney Nick says indictment alleges fraud perjury failure to pay taxes, embezzlement and other financial crimes if convicted of the thirty-six crimes alleged in the indictment. Mr. naughty would face a statutory maximum sentence of three hundred thirty three years in federal prison. It's unclear if the top charge of murder is going to stick to the estranged husband of Staten Island teacher whose charred body was found in a storage locker Michael Cammarata and his girlfriend did not appear in court, but their attorneys did and they left confused and annoyed. Now, prosecutors refused to give the charges at a grand jury. Indicted their clients on do not require to camera. Naish Jia were originally charged with murder and a few felony counts after the body of cameras. Estranged wife Janine was found in a storage shed last week. The case documents were transferred to state supreme court, and one of the attorney said that they should be able to find out if it's a murder charge and then proceed with bail applications. Meanwhile, students and faculty. TPS Twenty-nine wore purple today to honor Janine where she taught I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O art an off duty police officer is dead after crashing his motorcycle. In queens this morning. He says the forty two year old officer was on his way to work at five thirty AM when he lost control of his Yamaha on the bell Parkway near Merrick boulevard. The officer fell off his bike. When it struck a guardrail. Police say he was wearing a helmet, but was unconscious and unresponsive. No other vehicles were involved. And no other injuries were reported. The officer was a sixteen year NYPD veteran assigned to the departments highway patrol. I'm Lisa G for seven ten WR. It's a chilly day, just forty seven degrees. And we the forecast coming up next glucose Lucille to believe everyone.

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WGN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's forty seven degrees at O'Hare Cook County. Prosecutors have filed charges against the woman insists arro- accused of forced labor. They say forty nine year old Concepcion Melania killed thirty three people move to Illinois from Guatemala help them. Get jobs at a factory in Romeo. Bill then lied to them by telling them they owed money police found nineteen adults in fourteen children living in her basement. An unofficial ceasefire has halted fighting between Israel and militants on the Gaza Strip after two days of escalating, air battles airstrikes. Both sides seem to have backed off from air strikes and rocket attacks after Egypt and the United Nations brokered deescalation, here's ABC's Jordan Miller, she's into Roussillon very early on Friday morning militants in Gaza fired a long range rocket on central Israel, and it hit a home. I just about a half an hour north of Tel Aviv, and this is kind of unusual because usually milk. We're fine. Rockets are doing it on the communities the Jewish communities that live right on the other side of the border. But this was a really kind of brazen attack back locally three. People have been shot at Clark division tonight. Or last night rather a twenty year old man did not survive. The other two men one of them just nineteen years old survived. They suffered gunshot wounds to the legs. And there was a a bus nearby when it happened with passengers on board. None of them were injured. They've given statements to police it's under investigation. But no suspects in custody and today marks the anniversary of this country's worst nuclear accident. On March twenty eighth nineteen seventy nine one of the reactors at Three Mile Island partially melted down it happened at the number two generator about four o'clock this morning nuclear plant, south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Lives.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty seven degrees in Boston at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. He says, I am truly sorry. Patriots owner Robert Kraft issuing a statement today regarding the to charges of soliciting a prostitute pending against him in Florida Dana's statement craft said he's wanted to say something for the last four weeks put a state silence and deference to the judicial process he said, I know I have heard disappointed my family, my close friends. My co workers are fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard. I talked with ABC's Joey Waller about this latest statement from craft and about how craft is hoping to regain the public's confidence. While Robert Kraft, obviously is a guy who for an owner has been in the media spotlight for a long time. He certainly knows how to deal with the media how to manipulate the media, obviously, it's a new situation for trying to do. So from this kind of a microscope where he's, you know, under this sort of negative public spotlight, Robert Kraft. Most of his negativity publicly to this point in his career has been somewhat football-related. Obviously this goes way way off the track. And so this is new waters for him new orders for his team. And it'll be interesting to see how it plays out. Both in terms of what the NFL in three ways. I think one in terms of what the NFL eventually hands out in terms of a punishment to in terms of what this does to his public image and Persada, and then three it'll be interesting from a legal standpoint to see what happens with the warnings down the road as to how the evidence in. This case was gathered because it would seem obviously not a lawyer. But just as a lay person that that's the one area, or or that's at least what area where he might have a shot to mitigate circumstances. He'll be happy ABC's Joey Waller craft will be arraigned in Florida next week. We'll top department of jus-. Justice officials still reviewing the mullahs report today CBS's Steve Dorsey, attorney general William bar and his deputy rod Rosenstein or working with principal advisors. Reading and processing the special counsel's final report at the Justice department. DOJ official says quote, very few people inside the building have access to the report Boras still expected to deliver the report by the end of the weekend as he promised in a letter to top members of the house and Senate Judiciary committee's yesterday. Democrats calling for full public disclosure of that report local lawmakers calling for the immediate release of the entire report, congressman, Steve Lynch. On what happens? Next depends on the evidence. Set part of our coverage from WBZ's Donna for the number of indictments and guilty pleas. Lynch says the special counsel's investigation has gone a lot further than initially expected Lynch, adding the Muller investigation was limited to Russian election meddling congress. He says can dig deeper what the next of Republicans and Democrats in congress and the house and Senate it'll have to if you're going to proceed to impeachment already any other censure. Then it would have to be based on the evidence. Lynch tells nightside's Dan Rae. He can't say whether this will end with a bang Horo whimper, Don huff WBZ Boston's NewsRadio coming up ISIS done in.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And it's forty seven degrees right now. More clouds than sun at four o'clock. Good afternoon. Expanding the supreme court President Trump during a rose garden news conference makes it clear he's not interested. I wouldn't entertain that. The reason is that they're doing that. Is they want to try and catch up several Democratic White House hopefuls, including Kamla, Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten gillibrand say they would not rule out expanding the supreme court if they were elected president the Massachusetts Senator says this is not about expansion. It's about de politicizing the court currently nine seats on that panel. President Trump has appointed to conservative justices and the story more fallout this hour from the state police overtime scandal here in Massachusetts court documents show quotas were in place for issuing tickets to drivers even though the practice has been deemed unconstitutional WBZ's. Kim Tunnicliffe got a look today at the sentencing may over Eric chin one of the troopers charged in the scandal. Troopers. The now disbanded troop e were expected to issue a minimum of eight to ten citations for each air overtime shift worked air stands for accident and injury reduction effort and its goal was to reduce crashes on the pike by targeting aggressive and speedy drivers court documents indicate that any trooper who didn't make the ticket quota had to explain themselves to their superiors. Repeated failures often resulted in troopers being blocked from receiving overtime. Federal prosecutors say troopers working the airships routinely failed to work the full four hours required. Instead writing the minimum number of tickets in an hour or less, and then going home the documents indicate when there was bad weather. The troopers didn't have to work or write any citations at all and treated it as if it were a paid holiday Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Massachusetts state police denied the existence of quotas in Palm Beach, Florida. Prosecutors throwing a legal pass to patriots owner Robert Kraft, they are now offering a plea deal. In your human trafficking bust. Adam Assange parlor, the Palm Beach state attorney confirms that it's offered Robert Kraft and twenty four other men charged with soliciting prostitution, a standard diversion program. That's offered the first time offenders, a spokesman said the men have to concede that they would have been found guilty would perform one hundred hours community service attend a class on the dangers of prostitution and pay five thousand dollars per count. Craft was charged with two counts last month. He has not commented on the offer Bill Rakoff CBS news, Robert Kraft is losing fans survivors of sex trafficking. And advocate groups have sent a letter to the NFL Commissioner asking for Justice, roughly, ninety sex trafficking, survivors, organizations and others have signed onto a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressing quote, deep concern regarding the criminal charges of soliciting prostitution against Robert Kraft. The letter calls on the NFL executive committee took conduct an investigation, and it Furthermore says it if that. Investigation finds it Kraft did in fact pay for sex the NFL should ban him from team ownership. Mark Remillard, ABC news next. They exchanged ideas and soccer jerseys at the White House to presidents now. Apparently, very good friends. It's four zero three.

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Forty seven degrees at three o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. A bond hearing this afternoon for empire actor jussie smollet now that he's been charged with a felony related to filing a false. Police report allegedly staging a racist and homophobic attack last month. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson saying empire after jussie smollet paid to men thirty five hundred dollars to help him stage the attack as far as we can tell the scratches and bruising that you saw his face was most likely self inflicted Johnson. Adding the stunt was orchestrated by Sma let because he was dissatisfied with his salary the superintendent saying police believe was also behind the threatening notes sent to the empire studio a week before the alleged attack. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago and President Trump is calling out jussie smollet, President Trump weighed in on Twitter after Chicago police said empire actor jussie smollet staged in attack as publicity stunt, the president writing directly to smell at quote, what about maga- and the tens of millions of people you insulted with. You're racist. And dangerous comments smell at said. He was attacked by two men who yelled maga- country and racist and homophobic slurs. President Trump was asked about the alleged incident late last month and said this at the time. But I can tell you I've seen it. Last night. I think that's horrible. Doesn't get worse. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House controller Scott stringer says federal immigration officials are specifically targeting New York City's stringer says according to statistics take for mice. New York City deportations have risen two hundred sixty five percent since President Trump took office the highest figure among the country's major cities advocates rallied at Foley square in lower Manhattan. Today calling for is to be kicked out of the city. The job creators network is letting everybody know they're not happy with queens, congresswoman, Alexandria Cosio. Cortes, the group has put up a billboard in Times Square that reads in part Amazon pull out thanks for nothing. A c organization is talking about Amazon's recent termination of a plan second headquarters in Long Island city, queens Suffolk County. Police investigating an apparent carbon monoxide death today. For the daughter came to the house on Scott driving Melville this morning after her mom called her saying, she got sick. And her husband was unconscious. Firefighters arrived in found a gas leak in the hot water heater where they suspect part of the heaving exhausted. System was detached sending carbon monoxide ended a house Stephen Yan kofsky died his wife being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning in the hospital. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten w o r..

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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Forty seven degrees at five o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. A high school in the Bronx placed on lockdown this afternoon after a police chase ended in the vicinity with the suspect on the loose. Mount Vernon police pursuing a vehicle crossing into the mold section where the suspect crashed and fled on foot. Mount. Saint Michael high school was placed on lockdown at last word an intense. Search was still underway for the suspect who may have been injured in that crash. The Senate this afternoon considering two bills to end the shutdown both were defeated. Here's ABC's Mark Remmel ours to Republican backed plan to fund the government as well as President Trump's border wall in exchange for temporary protections for so called dreamers. That was shot down on this vote. The yeas are fifty-one the nays or forty seven. Three fifths of the senators duly chosen and sworn not having voted in. The affirmative the motion is not agreed to then a democratic back plan to temporarily reopened the government to allow time to debate border security failed. The Senate intelligence committee today shoot a subpoena to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen to appear next month Cohen yesterday postponed. A February house appearance citing threats from President Trump and Rudy Giuliani. And Trump says Cohen is threatened by the truth. A third person has died as a result of the hammer attack that was launched nine days ago inside a sheep's head bay Brooklyn restaurant. The manager of seaport buffet died today, the owner in chef already succumbed to their wounds. The attacker is locked in a psychiatric ward MTA today postponed, a fare hike vote and mayor de Blasio says he's happy about that. Thursday's decision by the MTA board came as a surprise to many who expected that a fare hike would be approved mayor de Blasio says the postponed vote should be a signal. The state lawmakers that they must act. To establish long-term funding and pursue a restructuring of the MTA. We need to put pressure on all made to decide on the package that they can live with. I am open to different options. But it has to be something that will actually pass by April. First the mayor prefers a millionaires tax to say congestion pricing which many are in favor of, but he noted other options exist as well such as revenue from taxing marijuana. Should it become legal James flippin for seven ten W O R, and there's news today that five victims of the Florida banks shooting were all women? Police say twenty one year old Zaphon Xaver entered the SunTrust Bank and see bring and immediately shot four, Bank, employees and one customer..

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Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests

"Washington debate is slated this evening between two candidates in unexpectedly. Contentious Mississippi Senate race, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith faces a runoff next week against democrat. Mike Espy the runoff race has become embroiled in controversy after a video surfaced on Twitter from a campaign event for Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith in Tupelo Mississippi earlier this month, and it she can be heard praising supporter by saying, quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row given Mississippi's history of racist violence against black people many observers heard that comment as a disturbing reference to lynching Hyde Smith who is white said in a statement that quote, any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous her opponent. Former congressman in US agriculture secretary. Mike Espy is African American. No candidate got more than fifty percent of the vote on November six sending the race to a runoff. Next week. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, the head of New York City's board of election says the ballot is the reason for long lines on election day, the perforated to page ballot presented a series of problems never before experienced by the board or anywhere in the country. The only executive director Michael Ryan, he spoke to city council members during a nearly four hour long hearing today said his agency just didn't have enough time to test the scanners with that amount of paper city council speaker Cory Johnson said he expects a full plan from the city and state officials about how to fix these issues for quote, the next election and the one after that and the one after that. The man accused of killing a New York City. Toddler best known as baby hope has died in custody. The New York Times reporting that Corrado Juarez died Sunday due to complications related upon create a cancer. The fifty seven year old former restaurant worker was awaiting trial for the last five years. What is was charged in the murder of four year old on Djelic Custodio whose body was found in a cooler left in a wooded area area in upper Manhattan back in nineteen Ninety-one. Prosecutors say she had been suffocated and molested her killing remained unsolved for more than two decades, and predatory lenders in New Yorker taking advantage of an arcane legal document that allows them to immediately sees borrower's assets when they default, and in some cases, even when they don't the loophole is called a confession of judgment it forces small-time borrowers to forfeit their rights. If the lenders. Decide to sue Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporters Meyde Meidlinger says that most of these lenders are actually from out of state. The lenders have figured out that the New York state court system is the best for what they're trying to do here. And so they typically go to upstate county clerk's offices where people are just kind of sitting there rubber-stamping these judgments, there's no judge involved and mitre says these are impossible to overturn forty seven degrees. Support for NPR comes from i-drive may grow remote PC, providing real time remote access to PC's Maxon servers from anywhere for use win telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote dot com slash NPR. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. Ari Shapiro before heading to his mar-a-lago resort for thanksgiving today. President Trump took questions from reporters on the lawn of the White House as his helicopter waited. The topics included his statement on Saudi Arabia. A legal setback on his new asylum. Restrictions and his daughter Ivanka is use of a personal Email address. He spoke out against the ninth circuit court of appeals the federal appeals court for the western US. That's where judge yesterday temporarily halted the administration's new restrictions on asylum-seekers, Trump suggested the court was biased. No matter. What you do? No

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Boston, England and Vice President discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Boston, England and Vice President discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Equal opportunity lender news traffic weather and business reports this is wbz newsradio ten thirty serving boston and all of new england wbz news time three eighteen it's forty seven degrees cloudy in boston top stories now speaking from the sidelines of a summit in peru vice president mike pence says the us led airstrikes on syria degraded and crippled the regime's chemical weapons capability fan says the attacks show the us won't tolerate the use of chemical weapons the un secretary general is urging restraint following the air strikes the un says chemical weapons watchdog group is in syria now to examine the targets struck by western forces at pakistan is saying that is it has grave concern over the syrian missile attacks in is calling on all sides to refrain from actions that violate the un charter pakistan also says it condemns the use of chemical weapons by.

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Dc, Facebook and Florida discussed on Colorado's Morning News

Colorado's Morning News

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Dc, Facebook and Florida discussed on Colorado's Morning News

"In all fifty states equal housing lender nmls number thirty thirty next update at eight forty on koa newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather station beautiful day for denver the front range in virtually the entire state of colorado will top out right around seventy degrees this afternoon under mostly sunny skies and just a little bit a win tonight partly cloudy we'll keep it dry the wind starts to pick up tonight will fall to forty five tomorrow we'll be very breezy at times wind gusts up to thirty five miles per hour and much warmer as well highs almost eighty degrees in the metro area tomorrow the combination of the warmth and the wind and a low humidity means fi fire danger red flag warnings already been posted for tomorrow afternoon and then thursday mostly sunny even windier with a high of seventy six from cbs four ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm clear skies forty seven degrees in denver now on colorado's morning news koa newsradio breaking news there's another shakeup in the white house to tell you about press secretary sarah sanders is confirming homeland security advisor tom bossert is leaving he's resigned there are reports that he was asked to step aside by new national security adviser john bolton sanders says the president's grateful to bossert for his commitment to the safety and security of our great country the president went onto wish him well response from the white house on syria's use of chemical weapons could come soon president trump will be staying in dc this weekend to oversee the situation instead of heading to south america for a summit the president held a meeting late yesterday with his military fficials this isn't the first time a president has canceled a foreign trip in order to deal with an urgent issue in two thousand thirteen president obama canceled a four nation week long trip to asia in order to stay in washington because of the government shutdown president trump was scheduled to travel to peru and colombia next week he's hosting japanese prime minister obey at his maralago resort in florida karen travers abc news the white house facebook ceo oh he starts the day one of his.

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Bill Cosby trial: Cosby paid accuser nearly $3.4M, prosecutor says

Morning Edition

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Bill Cosby trial: Cosby paid accuser nearly $3.4M, prosecutor says

"Say it's only for research studies not doctors and their patients john hamilton npr news bill cosby's defense is scheduled to make opening statements today at cosby sexual assault retrial in pennsylvania cosby's lawyer is expected to highlight nearly three and a half million dollar settlement cosby paid to the woman that he's accused of assaulting at his home in two thousand four district attorney kevin steele revealed the settlement in his opening statement yesterday cosby's first trial last year ended with jurors unable to reach a unanimous verdict i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington support for npr comes from the lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the us and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation of inventors more information is available at lemelson dot org and the robert wood johnson foundation at our w j f dot org this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson rain and snow early this morning but it'll switch all to rain after eight am otherwise mostly cloudy through the day today high near forty seven degrees tonight partly cloudy with lows in the mid thirties it'll be mostly sunny for tomorrow wednesday high near fifty four by the afternoon and on thursday look even better partly sunny through the day the high reaching about sixty one degrees on thursday afternoon scott pruitt's ethical lapses aired out on fox news have you made mistakes i think this is something needs to be corrected and it was a mistake it was a mistake by my team so you take responsibility to fix us i'm fixing it do you take responsibility on fixing the problem mistakes by the head of the catch up to him but will he keep his job next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine fm.

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Saudi Arabia says Yemeni rebels fired ballistic missiles, killing 1 in Riyadh

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Arabia says Yemeni rebels fired ballistic missiles, killing 1 in Riyadh

"The center of the case are three statements nor salman gave to fbi agents in the hours after the twenty sixteen massacre that left forty nine dead in them she confessed to having supported her husband's plans for the rampage but cell phone evidence presented earlier during her trial contradicts wanted mission that she and her husband case polls before the mass shooting the evidence suggests salman never went near the club her attorneys contend the statements were coerced and falls salman is charged with provide material support to a terrorist organization and obstruction of justice for npr news i'm amy green in orlando russian authorities say at least sixty four people are dead after a fire swept through a shopping mall yesterday it happened in the siberian city of kemerovo about one thousand nine hundred miles east of moscow according to some news reports the alarm system failed to go off and some fire exits were blocked who the rebels in yemen have fired ballistic missiles at riyadh the capital of saudi arabia npr's ruth sherlock says the attack took place on the third anniversary of yemen's war a streak across the sky and then the impact residents in saudi arabia's capital filmed the ballistic missile attack on their cell phones and shared the videos on social media the saudi military said the country's air defense system intercepted seven ballistic missiles but the fragments still hit the capital saudi state media said one person was killed and two others were injured in the attack these would be the first casualties in the saudi capital since the kingdom got involved in yemen's war saudi supports yemen's government against toothy rebels who it says are supported by its regional opponent iran more than ten thousand people have died in yemen's ongoing conflict wreath sherlock npr news beirut this is npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four it's thirty five degrees highs near forty seven degrees today with sunshine a farreaching pay equity bill is expected to pass the.

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Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy

Chris Krok

01:24 min | 4 years ago

Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy

"Host to a slew of tournament games for the next four days these kids made the trip from lubbock with their parents to cheer on the texas tech red raiders and are looking forward to the excitement people getting polarized shots three pointers fan buzzerbeaters loud very loud fan bases from west and east texas with stephen f austin making the terni and places like tennessee florida and chicago will all be in big d clayton neville wbz news oklahoma could soon be the first state to use nitrogen to execute death row inmates oklahoma is among several states that have not been able to get the drugs required for lethal injections in part because manufacturers don't want their chronics used for executions so the state's attorney general and correction director say nitrogen will help them resume carrying out the death penalty oklahoma has had one of the nation's busiest death chambers but has not carried out an execution since two thousand fifteen after a series of mishaps i'm jan johnson and didn't county sheriff's sergeant ended up behind bars after tarrant county investigators arrested him for online solicitation of a minor in a statement didn't county sheriff tracy murphy said that west jordan's alleged actions brought dishonor to his department and profession again clear overnight with a low near forty seven degrees right now it's fifty two.

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