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Boston - General Public Shouldn’t Expect COVID Vaccine Until Spring, Gov. Baker Says

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Boston - General Public Shouldn’t Expect COVID Vaccine Until Spring, Gov. Baker Says

"Has reported 2845 new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts and 30 more deaths. Meanwhile, Governor Baker says Kobe 19 vaccines could begin arriving in Massachusetts this month. But he says the vaccine likely won't be available to the general public until the spring. Governor Baker swore

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Lawmakers on Boston's Beacon Hill Approve Police Accountability Bill

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Lawmakers on Boston's Beacon Hill Approve Police Accountability Bill

"Lawmakers on Beacon Hill. Discussing a massive bill that would bring police reform to the base. State state rap Carlos Gonzales says the bill addresses central issues, accountability and transparency. And I am proud of the work that the black and Latino caucus address and provided the agenda to make this a reality today. I'm not all lawmakers are on board Governor Baker first of all safe He's not saying if he supports the bill or not. Instead, he says his office hasn't even talked to their lawyers about it yet. Meantime, both representative Patrick Purity of situate and Senator Dianne Jihad Leo of Methuen, say less than 24 hours isn't enough time to review or 129 Page Bill. There was discussion going on right now on Beacon Hill on that bill Compromise announced yesterday,

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Massachusetts Lawmakers Reach Agreement On Police Reform Bill

WBZ Afternoon News

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

Massachusetts Lawmakers Reach Agreement On Police Reform Bill

"State lawmakers announcing tonight that after months of negotiations they have reached an agreement on a police reform bill. The House plans to meet in a full formal session tomorrow to vote on the bill. Governor Baker, along with members of the Black and Latino Legislative caucus, initially proposed police reform bill in June following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Centerpiece of his proposal was a creation of a police officer Standards and Accreditation Committee, which would oversee a statewide certification system that Massachusetts House of Representatives and the state Senate, each passing their own police reform bills back in July that included measures like licensing police officers to setting standards on an acceptable use of force. Both pieces of legislation sought to change state law unqualified immunity, which drew controversy. Meanwhile, six state lawmakers We're assigned to work behind closed doors in a conference committee to draft the final version, which will be submitted to Governor Baker.

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Lines to get tested for coronavirus are growing long ahead of Thanksgiving

WBZ Morning News

02:40 min | Last week

Lines to get tested for coronavirus are growing long ahead of Thanksgiving

"Still line of cars stretched down Pauline Street and wrapped around the corner summer getting tested before seeing FAM. Leave this Thanksgiving. I'm personally gonna be traveling and just staying with my immediate family. But we all want to be safe while others are looking for some peace of mind. I was in contact with someone who tested so I just want to be safe. It seems like the holidays coupled with the rising number of coronavirus cases or motivating people to get tested. Even know Thanksgiving is a time to be surrounded by friends and family. Governor Baker is really urging people to lay low and on Lee spend time with those in your immediate household. It's WBZ TV Is Tiffany Chan reporting positive cases of covert 19 in Massachusetts. Yesterday's numbers, registering the second highest total since the pandemic began 2991 cases It's just 2.7%, though of the 109,000 tests. That were conducted patients being treated in intensive care continuing to climb 187 patients in ICU statewide this morning just one month ago, that number was just 103. The search continues for the suspect, who shot a Massachusetts state trooper during a traffic stop on Cape Cod on Friday night that trooper suffering a serious wound to his right hand and is being treated at mass general. Police have not yet identified that trooper who works out of the ER meth barracks busy morning yesterday for the mayor of Boston in Dorchester, helping out those in need. Here's WBC's Matt Sure, James Morton, president of the Y M. C. A of Greater Boston is standing next to hundreds of stop and shop bags full of uncooked Thanksgiving feast feast to to go. go. This This is is the the most most beautiful beautiful morning morning we've we've had had in in five five years. years. But But it's it's also also the the most most important important time time that that we've we've been been doing doing this this work. work. One One of of the the volunteers volunteers distributing distributing donations donations is none other than Mayor Marty Walsh himself were just talking about the increase in need. I think it's like four or five times what it was this time last year, so they need is certainly greater for Dewan Olson Cook who lives down the block. This is my first time because I'm out of work because of Colin amount of work, But James knows that tough times Don't last, and what we do now will determine how we come out on the other side, Covert 19. Is behind us. We'll all be stronger because of what we're doing today in

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Don't rely on a negative test result to see your family for Thanksgiving

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Don't rely on a negative test result to see your family for Thanksgiving

"Almost here in the pandemic in full swing demand is rising for covert tests for families who want to spend the holidays with their family. ABC chief medical correspondent, Dr Jen Ashton says, Look for facilities with 24 to 48 hour turnaround for results than be prepared for false negatives. Or positives. He CR is considered the gold standard. But it's not perfect and should not be used in someone. We know who's had Cove it because you can pick up viral debris, and that doesn't necessarily mean they're actively infected. Although people have been re infected with Coben in Massachusetts, health officials and Governor Baker have recommended That you celebrate Thanksgiving with your immediate household only or move the festivities online or even outside. Of course, that depends on the weather, doesn't it?

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240-bed COVID-19 field hospital to be set up in Worcester, SW of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

240-bed COVID-19 field hospital to be set up in Worcester, SW of Boston

"Governor, Charlie Baker, providing more details today about the resetting of field hospitals as cases continue to search. The governor. Baker announced that by December 1st, a field hospital will be set up again at the D. C U Center in Worcester with 240 beds available for patients if needed. Governor also spoke on that tragic occasion. More than 10,000 deaths related to Covad Census started the pandemic. This merciless viruses undoubtedly impacted practically everybody one way or another here in Massachusetts. Reaching this unfortunate milestone serves as a reminder that Cove it is a complex and potentially deadly virus way get the fact that for many people, it can be mild or even invisible, which is one of the things that makes it particularly insidious. Weekend. All if we have it spread it to some others, for whom it could be a life threatening an extraordinarily dangerous illness. The governor also stressing that seemingly harmless small gatherings are in many cases where Cove it is finding its opportunity to

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Boston Preparing For Field Hospitals As COVID Hospitalizations Surge

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston Preparing For Field Hospitals As COVID Hospitalizations Surge

"Massachusetts State officials are considering reopening field hospitals to deal with the rising surge of Cove in double BBC's James RoHaas is at the Boston Convention Center. With more on this, we could be hearing by the end of this week where new field hospitals are going to be set up. Back in April, Boston's convention center was transformed into a makeshift hospital with about 1000 beds, treating hundreds of patients. Roasters DC you center also used to help alleviate stressed out hospitals. Now, Governor Baker says they've been preparing for this expected rise of cases and hospitalizations. No folks are tired of those covert fatigue is probably a new word in Europe in Dictionary Cove. It is merciless and will continue to grow and spread whenever is given the opportunity. As of yesterday over 600 people were in the hospital for Cove in 19 and 150 in the I C

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COVID-19 field hospitals may be returning to Mass., Charlie Baker says, Boston

WBZ Midday News

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 field hospitals may be returning to Mass., Charlie Baker says, Boston

"And looking at Massachusetts for the third time in five days. The status had 2000 daily cases of of Cove Cove in in 19. 19. So So that that has has prompted prompted Governor Governor Baker Baker to to say say that that Massachusetts Massachusetts has has once once again again preparing preparing to to erect erect field field hospitals hospitals to to deal deal deal with with with a a a surge surge surge over over now now to to the the Boston Boston Convention Convention Center Center and and our our James James Ross. Ross. The The convention convention and and Exhibition Exhibition Centre Centre was was dubbed dubbed Boston Boston Hope Hope when when it it was was transformed into a field hospital earlier this year, as well as the D. C U Center in Worcester. Those closed after the state was able to flatten the curve. But now numbers are going in the wrong direction again. It hasn't been said where the new field hospitals maybe set up. Governor, Baker says. Like last time, they will be fully staffed and ready to take inpatients converting unused space inside hospitals on standing up field hospitals. Obviously I'd capacity, but our resource is ultimately will be limited. But Baker is is hoping hoping we we won't won't need need to to use use the the field field hospital, hospital, saying saying it's it's up up to to the the everyday everyday actions actions of of everybody everybody to to keep keep the the virus virus under under control. control. At At the the convention convention center center James James RoHaas RoHaas W W B B Z Z Boston's NewsRadio

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U.S. fights COVID-19 surge amid record new cases

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | Last month

U.S. fights COVID-19 surge amid record new cases

"The covert tracking project is reporting 103,000 new cases yesterday. This is the highest daily total on record. 52,000 people are in the hospital right now. Yesterday's death toll 1116 locally the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported more than 1600 new covert cases yesterday. That again is going in the wrong direction. And as thes numbers remain quite high, the latest effort by Governor Baker to stop the spread kicks into gear. One minute after midnight here in Massachusetts,

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Boston - Governor Baker announces tighter mask mandate, other Covid-19 restrictions

WBZ Overnight News

01:06 min | Last month

Boston - Governor Baker announces tighter mask mandate, other Covid-19 restrictions

"Baker announces new restrictions to curb the rising number of covert 19 cases in the state first Department of Public Health will once again issue a stay at home advisory. This time, the advisor will be in fact, from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m.. Residents should stay home between these hours with exceptions, like going to work into the grocery store. I've also signed an executive order that will require indoor recreation facilities, theaters, casinos. And virtually anything else that's open. That's an entertainment venue to close at 9 30. I will also require restaurants to stop providing table service at 9 30, but they continue to provide carry out Will also shut down liquor sales in restaurants and grocery stores and package stories and convenience stores at 9:30 P.m.. We've also updated the gatherings order to reduce the gathering limit of private homes to 10 people for indoor gatherings and 25 people for outdoor gatherings. These will go into effect at 12:01 A.m. Friday morning. W. B C's

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Massachusetts issues new restrictions and a stay-at-home advisory

Howie Carr

00:55 sec | Last month

Massachusetts issues new restrictions and a stay-at-home advisory

"Baker today ordered to stay at home advisory from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m. in an effort to block the Corona virus. Indoor recreation, casinos, entertainment venues and restaurants must close at 9 30, but takeout service can continue into the night, Speaking from the State House That afternoon. The governor also said everyone in Massachusetts over the age of five I must start wearing a face covering the new restrictions start on Friday. Baker issued the new rules today as covert 19 cases continue to surge. Baker also limited private indoor gatherings to 10 people and outdoor gatherings to 25. Governor Baker today also activated upto 1000 members of the Massachusetts National Guard. To ensure Massachusetts quote is position to maintain public safety. Following Tuesday's election. Secretary of Public Safety Tom Turco said there's no indication of any public safety risk but that the administration is making resources available in case municipal officials Request state assistance.

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Stay away order issued for Boston community activist who dumped needles outside governor’s home

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | Last month

Stay away order issued for Boston community activist who dumped needles outside governor’s home

"Been ordered to stay away from Governor Baker's house after his wife testified today that she felt unsafe, the latest from W. B. C's Karen Regal. Mingo. So Rosa is a community activist who was known for collecting needles in the south end in Roxbury, in demanding elected officials do something about the crisis late last month, and earlier this month, his organisation took massing cast to the governor's house in swamps. Kitt. I think that's incredibly frightening on DH is incredibly first lady Lauren Baker said. The South End Roxbury Community partnership went too far. By dumping used needles on the sidewalk. I don't want to walk out of my house and get you know and have to interact with Like biohazard. How do you feel that we call buried? You could hear a listener. That virtual hearing interjecting, angering the judge who ruled the stay in place will stay in place. Karen Regal W busy Boston's news radio Coming up

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Boston - Disease experts raise concern as Baker says state will ease restrictions on indoor venues

Howie Carr

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - Disease experts raise concern as Baker says state will ease restrictions on indoor venues

"Experts are expressing concern after Governor Baker lifted restrictions on performance venues and other social spaces and communities deemed lower risk for Corona virus transmission. Doctors and epidemiologists tell the Boston Globe. They don't think it's a good idea. Hours after Baker's announcement yesterday, New numbers showed a 40% increase in hospitalizations in the state and a 26% jump in the rate of positive cases.

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Boston - Massachusetts Prepares to Enter Phase 3

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - Massachusetts Prepares to Enter Phase 3

"Ready to enter Phase three part two of their reopening plan. Well, not for everybody lowers communities are being put on a longer leash, says Governor Baker Starting October 5th indoor performing venues can open at 50% capacity with no more than 250 people, trampoline parks, roller rinks, laser tag places they can open to a 50% capacity. The governor was asked. Is this the right time? Most of our new cases, most of our clusters have involved unstructured. Non rule based gatherings that have taken celebrations parties that have taken place between and among people where there aren't any rules. These new rules do not apply to read communities where the rate of new infection is too high. At the Statehouse. Karen Regal

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Police brutality protest in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Police brutality protest in Boston

"Are protesting What they say is police brutality That is in Massachusetts, eight families whose loved ones were killed by police rallying with supporters in front of the state House today, they want Governor Baker to assign a special prosecutor to reopen all past cases. Of what they call police brutality in Massachusetts. The rally is also expressing solidarity for Jacob Blake, a black man shot multiple times by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Attorney General William Bar speaking in Chicago today, taking credit for a drop in crime there

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Boston - Gov. Baker ends state of emergency issued in 2018 for the Merrimack Valley gas explosions

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - Gov. Baker ends state of emergency issued in 2018 for the Merrimack Valley gas explosions

"Nearly two years since the Merrimack Valley Gas explosions. Governor Baker declared a state of emergency in that region and his W. B C's Karen Regal tells us that was just recently lifted. For almost two years, Lawrence and over and North Andover have existed in the state of emergency terminated just recently by the Baker administration. It was time to do so, says state Senator Barry Feingold. We don't need to be in a state of emergency. However, there's still some businesses that have not Received settlement dollars on there's a large 100 million out of puff settlement of that many people have seen relief that there's some businesses and some members of the community that have not. Feingold says he hopes federal covert help comes in for the Merrimack Valley and everywhere else because these communities just got knocked down. Just as they were starting to get back up.

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Boston Parents Protest State’s Student Flu Shot Requirement Outside Massachusetts State House

WBZ Midday News

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Boston Parents Protest State’s Student Flu Shot Requirement Outside Massachusetts State House

"A protest on Sunday in Boston at the Statehouse against that new mandate that requires all public school students in Massachusetts to get a flu shot. Officials say this is a matter of safety. But others say the state shouldn't tell parents what to do. I think that parents are vulnerable right now they need their kids to go to school, and they've backed us into a corner so that we feel like we have to either just comply, or now we have to rearrange our whole lives and homeschool our Children on Tufts Medical Center, Dr Brian Chow says. This really is just about taking all precautions in a year of Corona virus. You want to make sure that our Children whose Educations already been disrupted so much this year have every opportunity to learn so the new mandate, the governor, Baker announced and his health and human Services Secretary Secretary Sutter says students need to get the flu shot. This is pre K all the way through college by the end of this year. If they do not, they won't be allowed inside of a classroom. But there are exemptions. You can claim either a medical exemption for the flu shot or a religious exemption for the flu shot in Massachusetts,

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Boston - Gov. Baker Signs Executive Order To Expand Child Care Options For Start Of School Year

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - Gov. Baker Signs Executive Order To Expand Child Care Options For Start Of School Year

"Now expanding childcare options for the start of the new school year, Governor Baker signed an executive order that gives working parents more childcare options. For Children who are engaged in remote learning when the new school year kicks off. It allows the Department of early education and care to authorize license after school and out of school programs to operate during the school day. Also y M C. A s boys and girls clubs, family, child care homes and other facilities. It will all be allowed to care for school age Children who are learning remotely.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Governor Baker signs a bill allowing drinks to go with your takeout food honoring Congressman John Lewis. Eighth graders in Massachusetts stepping up I will make trouble by building a world based on kindness, and it's called Project 3 51 ambassadors. They're letting loose on video make good trouble by fighting for equal treatment from all 350 One communities in Massachusetts, hoping to kick off high school sports in this state. One thing is for sure, very lesson learned from others dealing with Corona virus. Look at the Southern states were four weeks ago. They were in full product you fast forward to today, and they're like the epicenter Jeff Brown. W. R. K O as your chance to win $1000 tax. The nationwide keyword home to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard. That and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's Home to 202 100. But on the other hand, I think people should lose their thin skin BB. I mean, I think people should just be a little bit less sensitive. It's b B in the middle to realize that you know what's perfect. Everybody would say everything in ways that caused nobody But you know, everybody's on W. R. Howard of the three of you in the middle on an 80 W. R. K o as we speak. Joe Biden is announcing his economic recovery plan, among other things, 12 weeks paid family leave, etcetera. Flighting. You've got the TV screen on where you are. Oh, I'm looking at the year. You see that? Look to me. That's the worst look of all of them. Biden came out. He's got a blue suit he's wearing Hey! Heard black mask. He then takes the mask off of it's right here.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Governor Baker reinforcing that the re opening can only continue with the virus being contained and everybody must do their part to follow social distancing recommendations including wearing masks and working remotely wherever and whenever possible it is June nineteenth is known as Juneteenth and the history of this day takes on new meaning this year across the United States a renewed importance of course with the backdrop of national demonstrations against racism and calls for universal police reform with more on this historical significance of the day here's CBS's Gayle king one hundred and fifty five years ago today the Union Army general told the last and save people they were free more than two years after Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation June tenth is the date was later called it's been celebrated in some form since its first anniversary back in eighteen sixty six many companies have now begun to recognize it as a holiday there's a growing movement in Congress to make Juneteenth a federal holiday as well and his WBZ's Karen regal reports some communities are making changes as well Lawrence mayor Dan Rivera says he's been thinking about this for a few weeks anything's it's probably have to make sure we're doing every little incremental staff to change the way people of color black folks specifically in our community our dolls you know of a more even handed and Karen have to start by saying there was a time this country where we have grateful in bondage yeah we change that we can change the way what we're doing today just the family would change that the mayor is asking the city council to make this a holiday every year in the Merrimack valley Karen regal.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Governor Baker at the state house today releasing details on a new bill on police reform if passed the bill would create a police certification program officers would have to renew their credentials every three years any officer who uses excessive force like chill cold would be decertified moment officers who witnessed events like that and don't intervene third creates incentives for advanced law enforcement training and education focusing on de escalation community building collaboration human rights and bias meantime more cities are following suit after Boston mayor Marty Walsh declared racism to be a public health crisis last week ever mayor Carlo de Maria says racism or discrimination in any form won't be tolerated but Framingham and Everett now issuing orders to immediately review and update police policies hi Nicole Davis RKO voice of often radio station war happened as Trian street festival of sorts of these restaurants are open there's couches in the middle of the road there's gardening taking place the autonomous zone is turned into an almost street fair like atmosphere with free food art displays and outdoor movie nights it sort of looks like a street possible look behind you can see all these people in the street I street festival that's all that's going on in Seattle six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight is the number here I'm sandy.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Governor Baker welcomed the federal investigation launched by the U. S. attorney's office for Massachusetts and the department of justice civil rights division Baker said the situation is a tragedy and the most important thing is figuring out exactly what happened clearly by the time our folks showed up there the place had real problems and that was obviously demonstrated by what everybody saw there on the ground on Monday and that's why we're doing the investigation and by the way it's why so much has been done over the course of the past twelve days governor Baker says he didn't receive word of the situation until the night of March twenty ninth and now the former superintendent is disputing that saying he had been providing the state with daily updates Baker says this discrepancy will be a subject of the independent investigation at the state house Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio the city manager in Chelsea says they are now the epicenter of corona virus in the state here's WBZ's resents hospital Chelsea's infection rate is one hundred six per ten thousand city manager Tom member see no says that's the highest in the state these are people that live in dense crowded housing units where it's not feasible that they can easily isolate themselves a lot of them work in essential industries like grocery stores a food manufacturing places so he wants people to stay home twenty four hours a day doctors from nine PM to six AM there's no magic to those hours but he's not calling it a curfew and not arresting people right now the last thing I want my police do is engaging with people bringing them to the station and putting them in a crowded jails Chelsea has teamed up with revere to get a hotel on route one to house people who test positive but are unable to self quarantine in Chelsea Suzanne's house bill.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By Tuesday storms governor Baker is put the National Guard to work WBZ's can Tunnicliffe reports the five hundred guardsmen are being spread out evenly among the four communities hardest hit by the tornadoes Yarmouth Dennis Harwich in Chatham they'll be assisting those towns with tree and debris removal and the clearing of roads Yarmouth police chief Frank Fredericks and says the help is greatly appreciated he says the town's biggest problem right now is tree removal you can go down route twenty looks relatively normal but in a couple of isolated neighborhoods in west Yarmouth and right to sell the within this generally if we ever have master about their some heavy tree damage and so is a lot of the breeze and the side roads the National Guard troops will be joined in their efforts by more than two hundred department of corrections employees and inmates Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio Boston is doing its part in the cage recovery at sending two front end loaders dine dump trucks and five cruise to Harwich in Yarmouth mayor Marty Walsh says Boston is happy to do whatever a cab so far all is normal this morning on the commuter rails profit in Stoughton line of fire in the engine forcing evacuation of a train in canton around eight thirty last night WBZ TV is Michael across several people we spoke with say it was a very confusing few minutes and then I told her to get back on so we'll start again back on after that not even ten seconds later only got back on they said all right back off keel is this is the fire started after a short and was contained to the engine it went out once the engine will shut off no one was injured a woman remains hospitalized in critical but stable condition after being hit by a falling metal railing in the north end mayor Walsh.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The story governor Baker calls the president's tweet shameful and racist and adds the language Mr trump used telling the four democratic congresswoman they should go back to the countries they came from brings a tremendous amount of disgrace a public office anybody who spent any time at all public life and appreciates the fact that our role and I job is to represent everyone we serve and to listen to everyone on the server into value have long research Marty Walsh's also calling the president's remarks racist the Lawrence man accused of causing a weekend crash that killed an eleven year old girl was arraigned from his hospital bed on Monday twenty three year old cell than men well Lima faces manslaughter and motor vehicle homicide among other charges he's pleaded not guilty police say they pulled over Lima in Lawrence on Saturday for driving a radically but he sped away and crashed into a car carrying five people eleven year old tie you show Silva Peabody died for others in the car suffered serious injuries the new encore Boston Harbor casino rate in nearly sixteen point eight million dollars and paid four point two million in state taxes in its first week of operation Sherri small WBZ Boston's news radio okay Simon what do you wearing right now yes that's right and what people normally where exactly cinnamon is going to try to dress yourself close it is warm they look good and if we go out without them the neighbors will talk so it's important to how to get dressed here's how it's done other were always comes first name taken aback then pants and shirt give the first button on the right hole if the star ledger if during Tigers over round round through and pull tight thank you Sir and your pants and if I prefer socks one first then shoes right on right left on that which relates to just take the end customer switch loop the rabbit hole pull tight enough for many years now remember it's possible the stripes octoechos handles and if you're talking you're sure we're about where you're panting ahead.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Four thirty eight hundred. We welcome your feedback reaction, whatever. Absolutely. We welcome feedback. Good bad, ugly. But not route we will not allow rudeness on the Pat mccrory show. No name calling on the Pat mccrory show. No personal name calling. You call a name about their ideas. But not them personally bossa. We also don't have political correctness except for personal attacks and name calling him. We just don't do that. Because I couldn't do it at my house. I couldn't do it at my workplace, but you can call an idea idiotic. But you can't call the person idiotic. Because the person might be just naive. And we're going to talk about that just a few seconds. Well, there's a lot going on with the current governor ROY Cooper, he was in New York recently the earlier this week he was in Washington. He was in New York for a fundraiser. I he was announcing his gubernatorial campaign in New York City unique place to announce a campaign for North Carolina. Governor in New York City, we don't know where but somewhere near Union Station, then on Tuesdays on Capitol Hill. The house natural resources committee with a friend of mine. Governor Baker from Massachusetts Republican governor Charlie Baker was with him. And this was on Tuesday. Want to hear some of this? Yeah. Sure. All right. It will start with some of the questioning here and off we go. Let me just get get get this out of the weight. First of all, do you believe? That there is any legitimate scientific debate over whether human induced climate change is occurring as we speak. No, I did not there is overwhelming scientific consensus that that is the case. When he said. We can't afford not to take urgent action to fight climate change. It is not too late. But it soon maybe that's why we need to take significant action. We everyone's concerned about cost. Can we afford not to do this? And when you look at cost, and profits and jobs, a move to a clean energy economy brings with it. Significant jobs. It brings a significant hold on. I gotta get something.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At national grid. Governor Baker is responding to new criticism WBZ's Carl Stevens reports lucked out national grid workers were not happy at all with governor Baker after the state announced it was lifting the moratorium on work being done by national grid. The governor responded by indicating that he does care about those workers we spent a lot of time this week talking to our colleagues in the legislature about what we all might be able to do collectively to ensure that the lockout continues that the workers assoc-. Hit with that. We'll continue to have access to unemployment benefits. And it's our hope that we can find a way to put something together for them. In the meantime, the governor says it's his hope that both sides get together and hammer out an agreement by the end of the year, Carl Stevens WBZ, News Radio ten thirty construction worker killed in the elevator. Shaft in havendale has been identified as forty one year old Carlos Ortiz. Progressive roofing company. Authorities say Ortiz was working on a nine story building Tuesday morning when he fell through a hole in the roof. Eleven migrants have been found dead in a boat off the coast of Spain thirty three others rescued all the migrants were from sub Saharan Africa and had been missing for two days. A Spanish navy scientific research vessel found the drifting boat east of the strait of Gibraltar in the early hours of this morning. Ninety nine days until Brexit, and the EU is putting in place a plan to keep the planes flying and the money flowing just in case England fails to finalize its divorce deal in the effort to break the political logjam over the agreement. Britain's Conservative government has released an immigration plan. It claims we'll take back control of.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Governor Baker is expected to update the public about the gas restoration efforts in the Merrimack valley this morning. A press conference is scheduled with local officials in Lawrence where a new deadline for Columbia gas is likely to be announced. Meanwhile, the ongoing gas workers causing some headaches for first responders WBZ's, Bernice Corpuz explains driving through south Lawrence is like going through a maze. Several road closures detours have been posted while gas crews replace the main lines for firefighters police and EMT's responding to a nine one one call has been a bit tricky. According to Lawrence fire chief, Brian Moriarty. It's really almost crazy because we have so such a difficult time covering the south Lawrence because of all the construction that's going on all the different projects that. Are underway. The roads are blocked necessarily so for for this construction to happen. But it makes our response difficult. Little longer a spokesperson for Columbia gas had no comment. When asked about the November nineteenth deadline, Bernice Corpuz, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. It's been just over two weeks since hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida, panhandle. And there is still a lot of help needed. Ben Parker spoke to one local police chief whose department is leading efforts to help first responders who were affected by the storm morning. Good morning. Josh in the central Massachusetts town of Templeton, they're collecting supplies and monetary donations police chief, Michael Bennett is friends with a Panama City police, captain who reached out saying that help was needed for those who've been helping others just kind of like reaching out to our brother first responders in helping them out Bennett Benneton, his department of collecting donations at the police station in town, and he's also heard from other police departments in the state that want to help things like toiletries baby supplies, nonperishable foods among the items needed, though, gift cards, and monetary. Donations are also being. Accepted. Just how will all the supplies? Get down to Florida. My wife, and I have volunteered this brainchild. And so hopefully, we're going to get a box truck donated. We're gonna leave late on November first we're gonna drive November first second, hopefully, get there on the third will unload in my wife, and I will fly back on the fourth. Police have already received the five hundred dollar cash donation for fuel to pay for their trip, and they still need donations from the public John's wish them safe travels. Thank you very much BBC news time,.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now governor Baker at this news conference last hour with the mayor in the midst of the disaster that took place last night. I think we thought it was appropriate to give people an opportunity to put a plan in place and then to follow through on that plan and the follow through just wasn't there. And we don't have time the people that the mayor was talking about the we've talked to don't have time we need to get on with this. I certainly believe at this point that is in the best interest of the people of Lawrence and north Andover. Andover for us to get a new team leading this effort at for us to be in a position to do that through a declaration of emergency. And and I do believe this will lead to a better game on the ground. So the new team will be managed by eversource. He made that clear and the DP you the department of public utilities here in Massachusetts will have responsibility for the gas pipeline eversource will be in charge of operations on the ground. The head of Columbia gas seem to indicate they would stay on the job. To assist eversource bowing to pressure. He just held a news conference as well. The president of Columbia gas Steven Bryant speaking for the first time since yesterday's fires and explosions says the company's main priority is shutting off gas to around eight thousand homes in Lawrence Andover north Andover. Andy apologized to the people affected. We are. Sorry, we sorry in deeply concerned about the inconvenience. This is this.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The vote counting begins the polls in Massachusetts close at eight o'clock, and there will be winners and a number of races tonight. Governor Baker is being challenged by activists, Scott lively WBZ's, Mike Macklin is at baker's campaign headquarters right now in Dorchester, Mike, how's the mood there? Well, Lori the mood here is pretty stashed of there's an atmosphere of upbeat music and Baker campaign videos, playing the crowd begins to arrive the doors just opened at seven o'clock Baker as you mentioned has a challenger in today's Republican primary and Scott widely. They'll also be facing challenges who are facing off in the democratic primary, which we'll get you in just a minute on the Republican side, though. It's Scott lively, conservative minister from Springfield governor Baker. Meanwhile, I elected to governor the governor's office in twenty four. Is wrapping up his first turn it when she's been a centrist who's enjoyed good relationships with the democratic legislature. Conservatives meanwhile, have labeled bak- rhino Republican in name only. So he would like his Republican credentials ratified by voters in today's body. Primary. Baker served in the Republican administration of former governor Bill weld and also the administration of governor pulse. Lucia's a cabinet secretary. He is not embrace Donald Trump while he's been governor. And in fact is sought to distance himself from Trump, and that's the meanwhile, while it helps them with the overall voting population in Massachusetts could create some problems with the more conservative wind of his Republican party. So that the governor is hoping for a big win here that will certify his Republican convention credentials that he hopes sent him onto a big win in November at Baker headquarters in Dorchester, Mike, Macklin, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. I thank you. And we'll be listening tonight, of course, on the. Democratic side. Jagan Zala says running against entrepreneur and environmentalist. Bob, Massey Gonzalez was former governor Deval Patrick's administration and finance secretary. And one of the more closely watched congressional races is in the seventh district. Incumbent democrat Mike copy wanna was facing a strong challenge. From Boston city councillor, Ianna Presley WBZ's, Carl Stevens joins us live from copy on a headquarters in Somerville. Carl Laura good evening ballroom here at the Holiday Inn in Somerville is set up for a celebration. We've got balloons era podium with flags behind it over in Dorchester at the IB w headquarters there's another room setup for a celebration for supporters of Ianna Presley. Now, the reason this race is being watched so closely across the country is because of the stunner back in June in New York, we're a political newcomer Alexandria, Okasha Cortez defeated ten term incumbent. Congressman Joe Crowley, a woman of color defeating the white man who's held the office for two decades. Will that new? New York history repeat itself right here in Massachusetts. Well, that's what we're here to find out from Somerville. Carl Stevens WBZ News Radio ten thirty Karl. Thank you and ten Democrats are running for congress in the third district. There's one Republican in the GOP primary there. His name is Rick green WBZ's. Karyn regal is covering that race and joins me now live from Andover. Karen? A decent flow of turnout here. Laurie in Andover. Where two of the ten tenets running our from I'll try to bend over high school, which is one of the polling places. And then co Marty Walsh is former chief of staff is among those asking for votes outside and over high school. How do you feel right now? Right. I mean, this is it.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The phone and says call a one call a three qualified call us heaven dial back you just got gotta land as caller number eleven you that's you can call multiple times to that all right governor baker weighed in this today little more cautiously than i that i would have hoped but this is what the governor had to say about the sentence on two years probation to eight drug dealer who the judge said was doing what the drug dealer was doing what the drug dealer taught within the best interest of his family did matt i bet you didn't sell sell heroin to his own family people who are dealing heroin just dealing heroin not dealing with an addiction just dealing heroin my view on that it's those people ought to be treated to the full extent of the law i don't know the facts in this particular case but as it's been described to me it's disappointing disturbing even well i think it's more than disappointing governor i think it's much more than a disturbing i think it is an absolute miscarriage of justice and i think it's disgraceful and i wish the governor to tough it up on that and i hope that when the governor does have the time to sit down and understand the specific of this case and in the judgements that that this judge render the judgment that he rendered this is what this judge said governor according to the salem news this was not a drug addict who is dealing to fund his own addiction but rather a person who made some terrible judgments and decisions but may the for what he thought was in the best interest of his family he basically considered this an economic crime like maybe you know shoplifting shoplifting what a jerk what an idiot this judges this judge and i hope you listening timothy feeley of marblehead because as a matter of fact that should be your nickname model head feely it's a simple as that you you're living in a community that perfectly perfectly describes your judicial view from the bench and judge feeling if you want to come in here some night and talk about this you know feel free we're ready willing and able any night you want jack in boston jack welcome i this hour nightside how are you i'm doing excellent dan once again great show i'll tell.

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"governor baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Pay attention i think to withdraw them and act national on their behalf headlines one of the things and i wanted attention to touch on was and on climate of course change a great deal of attention at a among forum voters yesterday here most i voters was kind of intrigued know by this who used to justed building more a barrier healey is in and boston harbor she is a heavyweight to deal with in climate the democratic change party outlets and probably how would that the worker best best most popular democrat statewide right now i would say and if she was running against governor baker we'd see a whole different race seventy one so i think that's why it's not being talked about as much as the lack of compelling candidates well known candidates people are just an people the economy is humming along fairly well here in massachusetts there's no crises there's a bunch of sort of smaller scandals at baker's dealing with but no major crises that people are dealing with so i don't think there's a sense of urgency there for people to jump on one candidate or another they're going to wait and see or or or as most voters seem to be doing just saying governor baker i kind of like him he's a good guy i think i'll keep him but it's not it's not a rousing endorsement of baker i would say it's not a it's not he's not in an unbeatable position let me just say that it looks like he's going to be the heavy favorite going in by don't think he's unbeatable the answer is definitely.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WEEI

"Massachusets coalition is our organizations like the master has pulled a coalition greater boston p flag uh the aclu of of massachusetts glad freedom for all americans hrc mass equality in baghli and many others who come together and say we are going to work together to defend the rights that we have worked so hard to get answers that will be a major focus of the work that we are doing over the next year um what i want to say is when we pass this important 2016 one of the important notes here is that we passed with an overwhelming vetoproof majority uh the it was a a bipartisan vote both democrats and republicans voted to support transgender rights in public combinations um and it was signed into law by governor baker a republican governor and so it's important to note that this is not a matter of party politics uh this is supported by democrats and republicans not only that we we have gathered a huge amount of support from all over the state we have a over three hundred fifty faith clergy and congregations who support transit or public accomodations nondiscrimination we have over two hundred and fifty businesses as both large and small who support this legislation and support transgender rights um small fund note given the the audience here um all of the major massachusetts sports teams the patriots the red sox the bruins the celtics and the new england revolution all of them have signed on in support of the legislation and of the ballot initiative so this is really not a matter of a small community uh but actually of all of us together fighting for the human rights and the dignity of transgender people in massachusetts um so with that i i just wanna say you can go to freedom massachusettsorg to find out more and to learn more about this coalition the businesses and the sports teams who are supportive of this work may from thank you for the rundown on those probably uh you know tough topic four was there to grasp if they haven't been paying a lot of attention and and the i should have you're really won't be very highly public until after we probably turn the year past the holidays and we get into the actual uh campaign year of 2018 but one of the.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You know and and and i get frustrated listening to you know i i have i've heard you know um governor baker and and and i can't even remember her name their engevity every devon yeah insinuating us go if these continue winning though with guys like me that don't know how to operate the equipment up consulting very insulting i totally agree with you on that will i will remember that the next time i have to go to the to the police are not like other people that will forget our number that well again the bangladesh stray should tell us about competence and i think they pride themselves in confidence but this is one that could be a crack in the arma who knows i feel like uh you know uh kinda feel like i don't know a little bit agree perhaps but i'll let you go arrogant on taking my call they ever ever great napkin night libya opened up the busy box office before we do that don half which was kind enough to bring bringing a piece of information is a story out of mass live from a year ago in which uh governor baker said in july of two thousand sixteen that massachusetts we begin issuing driver's licenses to comply with new federal requirements in the fall of 2017 now maybe they'll missed that deadline to going to push it however the governor did say to security standards improper federal documentation requirements set out in this bill of imperative as the registry begins the gradual process of implementation so credential holders that means license drivers may continue to board domestic flights at inter a federal buildings in the coming years at the time the current register motor vehicles.

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"governor baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"And a few other political role hub rather to campaign percent at the end capture at i think we ought to one of the group that helped governor baker said he'd been route permit ears involved in the political process but also in get involved in policy in either in at a critical role to executive director of the lottery and of course him on his cabinet so she's got a very wide array of experience what are your thoughts i mean certainly it looks as though there folks ready to line up behind her elizabeth warren is a very strong candidate by the you know a lot of race certainly with another woman and out with somebody who has deep ties here in massachusetts how do you think guy how do you think this would go well anybody runs against elizabeth warren has got to have an uphill battle although i will note that she is less popular than governor baker who is also about this year that being said that the said what he'll bring a lot of experience the race a lot of connection the deep ties the commonwealth she served at stake before in a number of different streptococcal while the before the number of different capacities and would be i take a serious candidate her biggest problem is likely going to be proving it to donors across the country that she's worthy of an investment parading that money is raised at yoshida this from the scott proud campaign scott proud did not raise a great day you'll money until people begin to realize that he was syria on on the muddy started to clinton so to tell her cell to donors prove that she's worthy of an investment if she decides to run an the raise the financial resources that you'll need to be competitive with warren who courses of is a.

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"governor baker" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"governor baker" Discussed on WCHS

"His campaign to challenge us senator joe manchin in two thousand eighteen jenkins launched his campaign back in may morsi speaking on today's metronews talk kwon i've open for debate i would challenge governor baker update on the issues and i welcome that guy awad jenkins appearing on five eighty live says more see should fulfill his 2016 promise booked at the voters leon said give me a chance to represent you for the next four years and now he's throwing up almost that commitment uh took a win former coalminer bow copley and activist polishing swearing jin are also running for the republican and democratic nominations respectively longtime charleston police chief brent webster will take another job in city government webster is retiring to become the city's new public works director following the retirement of gary taylor muster says he's looking forward to the opportunity as an opportunist brimob wings a little bit go to learn about another area and try to help the city m live in the city so i believe in the city and i wanna stay in public ministration chief of detectives lieutenant steve cooper will become the new police chief when webster leaves the city of charleston has a trash problem says building mr tony harmon army says harmon says homeless people are digging and trash cans for recyclable metals and other valuables leaving a trail of garbage harmon listing the most common places this is happening roida grocery store anywhere lose the pled area another a hot hotspot if you will sampson or moral church right now era layoff of way we cleaned it up three or four times last time we had a head back come in to actually was too much debris he adds there are services for these people but some choose not get help governor jim justice meeting today with members of the labor union leaders to show his support for training initiative will unit providing workers the opportunity for training.

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