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Gov. Baker Orders Flags To Flown At Half-Staff In Honor Of Boston-Native, Officer Billy Evans
"The officer killed in the attack on the Capitol yesterday, identified as Billy Evans, a Massachusetts native from North Adams governor Charlie Baker has ordered flags to be flown at half staff in Evan's honor until
Mass vaccination site to ramp up doses to 7,000 a day in Boston
"And the Commonwealth. The CDC director, Dr Rochelle Walensky will be joining Governor Charlie Baker and one o'clock to tour the Hinds, Mass vaccination site. The state is teaming up with FEMA to ramp up vaccinations at this site. They're bringing an extra 6000 doses a day and again this all comes his health officials say they are concerned about the recent spike in new cases this week in particular here in the Northeast ABC is Eva Pilgrim continues our coverage. Despite all the people getting vaccines, the U. S averaging more than 60,000 cases every day. Hospitalizations of more than 10% across 17 states in the last week on the number of deaths is rising to the CDC director, warning of another search a little more than
Anti-Semitic language renews push for education
"And reports of anti Semitic language and play calls on a high school football field is renewing a push for genocide education before seniors congratulate. The Massachusetts Senate last year approved a bill that would require genocide instruction before students graduate from high school that legislation failed to reach Governor Charlie Baker's desk. Senate President Karen Spilka tweeted this week that she expects the Senate will again approved the bill that the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum says as many as 17 states require Holocaust education as part of their secondary school
Changes to voting laws across the United States
"We have all just lived through an election in which the way many of us voted changed. A lot of Americans voted early in 2020. A lot of Americans voted by mail because of the pandemic. Now across the country, state lawmakers are weighing what our election should look like going forward. Hundreds of bills have been proposed that would restrict voting access. Hundreds of others would expand access, and this is mostly happening along party lines. Republican led states are broadly looking to add voting restrictions, while many Democratic legislatures are exploring expanding access. Well, we have got reporters. From three states with us to give us a glimpse of what is going on in there. Patch. Let me welcome Been Giles from Cage's in Phoenix. Katarina so historic from Iowa Public Radio and Anthony Brooks of W bur in Boston. Welcome all three of your primary Louise. Then I'm gonna let you start. Let's go to Arizona, which along with Georgia are maybe the state getting the most attention. Those two certainly at both swing states, both with total GOP control at the state level and all kinds of bills. That have been proposed. What what is standing out to you in Arizona? So the biggest proposed changes I see are two what's called Arizona's permanent early voting list. That's our super popular mail ballot system. That a clear majority of voters here use and have increasingly been using in years and years and years. So not new in 2020 is what you're saying. Definitely not new. No, This is a very long standing system here. You sign up for it, and you regularly get sent your ballot, So one change would make it to that. That's not permanent anymore. If you don't actually use the early ballot, you get sent before an election for two straight election cycles. You get a notice that you're getting kicked off the list, and you have to respond to that if you don't want to be removed. Democrats here say there were 126,000 voters in that situation who cast about in 2020 after not voting in 2016 or 2018, Arizona's, of course, very competitive state now so That margin. You know, 126,000 voters could matter. There's also another bill that would shrink the amount of time voters have to cast that early ballot and then new voter I d requirements when you mailed about back or being considered Catarina is any of this sounding familiar. Let's talk about what's going on in Iowa, another Republican controlled state. New restrictions have already been signed into law here. The governor did that on Monday. Ah big changes that early in person Voting and absentee voting will start 20 days before Election Day instead of 29. It was 40 days just four years ago and then deadlines for requesting a melon ballot has been moved up and those ballots have to be returned earlier, so it's really shrinking that time frame. Then in person. Polls will close at eight p.m. instead of nine PM, as they had been before for state and federal elections. Okay. And why do supporters of these changes who we should note are overwhelmingly Republican. Why did they say this is needed? Unlike in Arizona, where Democrats one big races, Republicans in Iowa one pretty much everything and retained full control of the state government. But they have said that these changes are going to help restore Iowans confidence and trust in elections. Here's representative Bobby Kaufman, speaking about the new law. This protects Iowans right to vote, and it adds certainty and security to it. This bill does not suppress one single vote. Of course, we should say that it was Republicans themselves, who created this distrust by questioning election results with false claims of widespread voter fraud. This is something these false claims have been repeated in debates in Iowa over the selection bill, and I'd also add that a lawsuit challenging these changes have already been filed. Mary Louise. I'm hearing similar claims from Republicans in Arizona, broadly speaking there, justifying these bills by arguing that voter confidence and the election must be restored. They don't acknowledge that some of them are responsible for sewing that distrust in the first place. Democrats are quick to point that out and are lining up in opposition to these bills. Here's Senator Martine Cassata, speaking about the voter. I d legislation. We hear communities tell us That this will hurt my community, my neighborhood, my vote and the people that look like me and the people that vote like me. This is going to hurt us. Okay, so a taste of the conversation under way there in Arizona and in Iowa, Anthony Brooks. Let's turn to Massachusetts, where you have got a very different story unfolding. Yeah, It's really different. Mary Louise Esso last summer. Here's a bit of background because of the pandemic, Lawmakers approved a temporary vote by mail law and as in other states, Massachusetts saw ah huge jump in voter turnout in the presidential primary and general election with with relatively few problems. So now there's a push by Democrats who control the state legislature by big numbers. To make vote by mail permanent. So here's Bill Galvin, the Democratic secretary of state, who's a big proponent of this last year test of us in many ways, it was a very challenging year. But at the same time he showed us what we could do. And I think the result was is that we had a very successful election cycle on. We want to make sure that progress is not lost. Is this controversial in Massachusetts are Republicans. They're fired up in opposition and saying similar things as we were hearing from Republicans and other states. Well, there are concerns. I mean, one concern is that any law to make mail in voting permanent will have to include significant new funding for cities in town clerks to do training and to process the big increase in mail. Balance. But in terms of pushback, Republicans have questioned why mail in voting is necessary now that it appears that the pandemic is lessening with vaccines being distributed. But even the moderate Republican governor, Charlie Baker, has said that he would favor making the law permanent. So I think chances are very good. That vote by mail is going to become permanent in Massachusetts and in the months ahead. I do want to know this debate is playing out at the national level, of course, as well. Big Fight looming in Congress over HR one. This huge bill, backed by Democrats that would expand voting access would curtail Jerry Mandarin would have something to say about some of these changes that are being proposed in at the state level and just quick lightning round for each of you. Maybe Anthony you first. How how much attention is HR one getting is this part of the conversation in Massachusetts? It's part of the conversation because our congressional delegation is all Democratic. It's very much behind HR one. But my sense is that no matter what happens in Washington, Massachusetts move toward a permanent Vote by mail legislation is coming, no matter what and Banner, Catarina, where you're so in Arizona, I think Democrats are going to make a big push for our U. S. Senators Mark Kelly and Kirsten Cinema. Get HR one through to undo a lot of what's happening at the state level. That means there's gonna be pressure on cinema to abolish the filibuster. If that's what it takes, because HR one might be the only way to get around some of this state laws that Republicans are certainly gonna pass here and are expected to be signed into law by the governor. And in Iowa Republicans are going to be more focused on this pending lawsuit that they
Boston's Fenway Vaccination Operation To Close
"Will yield to the boys of summer, says Governor Charlie Baker Eyes Convention center will open and start accepting patients on Thursday, March 18th. Fenway's last day to accept patients will be Saturday, March 27th So these sites will open overlap for a couple of weeks. Both will be operating from March 18th to March 27. Meantime, no appointments and all were available. Offend wage a lead and the Reggie Lewis Center because of limited vaccine supply with the governor in Lawrence, Karen Regal
Family of man killed by Boston police after Brigham and Women’s confrontation continues push for new investigation
"Times by police in Boston last February. Is now calling on state officials to open a new investigation into his death. Justin Roots family are among those talking, taking part Rather in a rally yesterday at the Statehouse organizer's want governor, Charlie Baker and state Eiji Maura Healey to reopen the case. Norfolk D. A. Michael Morrissey's office had concluded the officers use of force was objectively reasonable and justified. Justin route was shot at close range after threatening security guards at Brigham and Women's Hospital with a BB gun last February. Lady Gaga Stolen
Lady Gaga's Two French Bulldogs Have Been Returned Safely
"Are safe and sound after they were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog Walker. The Frenchies were recovered yesterday unharmed. Here's more from CBS a Susan cell. Earlier Goggle repeated her offer of half a million dollars for the safe return. No questions asked. Well, tonight, officers say a woman brought the dogs into the LAPD Olympic Community station near downtown L. A. The shooter is still on the loose tonight. The investigation is ongoing. Meanwhile, Lady Gaga is currently in Rome filling filming Rather a moving governor Charlie Baker signing
Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Website To Be Tested With Thousands Of New Appointments Thursday
"In Massachusetts will be available today, and Governor Charlie Baker insists the state's vaccine website can handle it. WBC's Carl Stevens. We all know what happened last week when all those vaccination appointments became available, and then the website crashed, Governor Baker says. That's not gonna happen again. This site has been upgraded to handle the traffic. And equipped with a digital waiting room with that basically means if there's high traveling, travel and traffic on the website, some users might be placed in the waiting room. The page will display more information about when you'll be allowed to proceed, but it's basically the equivalent of creating a line. But the governor urged everybody to be patient. There are around 50,000 new vaccination availabilities and around a million eligible people who want to get vaccinated the whole issue here. Requires a certain amount of patients. Carl Stevens WBZ
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker addresses COVID-19 vaccine signup problems, website critics push back
"Last week's crash of the state's vaccine. Senate website Governor Charlie Baker's says his administration's working to make it better. Governor Baker didn't address the website failure head on, instead waiting for reporters to ask questions about it. He rebuffed again calls from lawmakers to dump the complicated Web site and go with the pre registration system, saying the issue here is anxiety when you get 450,000 requests for vaccine new first dose vaccines each week. You have 130001st dose vaccines that are available. That creates anxiety when you have a million people. Are eligible. Get a vaccine and you only get 130001st doses a week that creates anxiety Website. Critics have pushed back against that, saying the issue is the process of signing up at the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio
'A Death Sentence': US Prisons and COVID-19
"People are some of the most vulnerable took over 19 since March, researchers say more than 1600. People in jails and prisons have died of the disease, and tens of thousands have been infected. Some states have started to vaccinate people behind bars while others have not. And we're gonna look now at how this is playing out in three states. Alison Cherry is with Colorado Public radio and she joins us from Denver. Conrad Wilson is with Oregon Public Broadcasting, and he's in Portland. Joining us from Boston is dead Backer with W. B. You are good to have all three of you here. Hi. Hi. Hello, Dev. I want to start with you. In Massachusetts. Your state included prisoners in the first phase of its covert 19 vaccine plan. What was the rationale for that? Well, we know that the virus transmits quickly in correctional settings in the risk of contracting the virus and dying from it are much higher inside prisons and jails compared with outside. So in deciding to vaccinate prisoners. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, a Republican, said that correctional settings are no different from other congregate living situation, such as shelters and group homes where people are living in Copan close quarters and the virus can easily spread. So here's what he said last month when he explained why prisoners were included in the first phase. Our facilities are congregated facilities and we need to make sure that the people who work there and the people who live there because of the possibility of outbreak that that should be a place. We focus early in this exercise. The governor says it's strong public health policy because it's not just vaccinating prisoners. Workers are getting the vaccine to any pointed out. There are lawyers to go in and out of prisons in jail's medical workers, visitors those who provide programming, so the states thinking is that offering vaccines and correctional settings will help prevent the spread in the community. And so far, how is the vaccine rollout going in jails and prisons in Massachusetts officials say it's going smoothly, but it appears that a lot of people are not taking it. Court documents in particular shows that about a third of prisoners in more than half of prison workers have not received the vaccine. Now. That number does not include workers who may have been vaccinated elsewhere. So some correctional facilities are holding vaccine education sessions to encourage people to get the shop. Okay, let's turn now to Oregon More than 40 prison inmates have died after testing positive for covert 19 in that state. So Conrad give us a sense of what's happening with vaccines there now. Almost 7000 inmates have been vaccinated. That's more than half of the state's prison population. Many of those inmates have received their second dose, prison officials say, but vaccinating this many inmates this soon wasn't something Oregon health officials were willing to do on their own. Took litigation from a group of inmates on din order from a federal judge here in Portland. Basically, the inmates argued Oregon's vaccination plan didn't treat them like others living in nursing homes and other congregate care facilities where the vaccine has been administered. Your state representative General Bynum. She's a Democrat and chairs the Oregon House Judiciary Committee. I didn't understand how our adults in custody, we're any different from any other group in a congregant care setting. And I certainly don't believe that a prison sentence is a death sentence. The judge's ruling at the beginning of this month force the state to offer inmates vaccines immediately, So that's why about half of all prison inmates have been vaccinated. Let me jump in here. This is Alison and Denver Advocates here wish that that would have happened in Colorado that court ruling con artist is talking about in Oregon. Is something lawyers here have been trying to use as a tool to get inmates vaccines, and I know there's been a back and forth over this in Colorado. Alison tell us more about what's been happening there. Yeah. Democratic Governor Jared Pulis hasn't prioritized inmates at all. And initially he did in one of the early plans, but then Was called out for that by some prominent conservatives, You know, people saying, Do you want the murderer to get the vaccine before your next door neighbor and he was apparently sensitive to that, and so he removed prisoners from the lists and put them in just the regular population. So in other words, he's making no distinction that these people are in a group setting a 70 year old prisoner would be prioritized. A 70 year old non prisoner and so on. So the majority of prisoners are not being prioritized. I will note that prison staff has been prioritized in those vaccines are being administered now. So tell us more about the pressure that Colorado's governor has been under Well. He's gotten a lot of pushback for his decision to not prioritize inmates for vaccine for getting a vaccine, and he's also been sued. He has thought that lawsuit successfully so far. Rebecca Wallace is an A C l U lawyer, she says. Public health officials have been universal in saying that people in groups heading should be prioritized for a vaccine and governor pull. It has actually not only ignored that guidance but rejected that guidance from his own Colorado Department of Public Health on by think it really stand out because he's such a data driven individual in his other decisions. I'm curious. Early in the pandemic, there was pressure to release inmates to create social distance inside facilities that were often crowded. Have vaccination efforts change those conversations in the states that you're all in? Well in Massachusetts. Despite the early vaccination of prisoners, there has been little movement to release people. The fight over that continues mostly through litigation. There are pending lawsuits, but with so many prisoners getting vaccinated now, it does weaken the argument for big releases. Yeah, and in Colorado. Interestingly, the state's prison population has gone down by a few 1000 people since the start of the pandemic, But state officials attribute that almost 100% to the fact that there were no no criminal jury trials last year at all in 2020, so there's this massive backlog in the States Criminal justice system. So you've brought us three very different stories about policies around vaccinating, incarcerated people in three states that are very different across the country. How does this fit in with what we are seeing across the US nationally, Conrad Well, every state is really dealing with this a little bit differently. And, you know, really, This is another symptom showing a lack of a national strategy. Despite the risks, it's another way of, you know, also showing how inmates are marginalized by society. And this isn't just about those who are incarcerated. In a recent report by the nonpartisan Prison Policy Initiative, researchers found that there were more new cases and counties that have large incarcerated populations.
Baker Joins Group Of Governors Calling On Biden To Make Vaccine Rollout Changes
"Governor Charlie Baker, part of a bipartisan group of governors, calling on President Biden's administration to make changes to the vaccine, Rolla, so they've sent a letter. Calling for better coordination distributing the Corona virus vaccine and the governor's outlined two key areas here of concern. The first is the public's confusion over the vaccine rollout process. The second is concerned over the lack of coordination between the state and federal governments on the use of pharmacies and federally qualified health centers to administer vaccine doses. And, of course, the continued cry for more vaccines supply and demand. The demand outweighing supply continually
Massachusetts will vaccinate companions who accompany older people to appointments
"To sign up for so called companion appointments for the coronavirus shot yesterday, Governor Charlie Baker said people who accompany those 75 older to their vax appointments at the big sites such as Gillette can get their shots as well. Ads are popping up on Craigslist and read it with people offering to pay to transport senior citizens too. Get their shots. Meanwhile, teachers are not so
Governor Baker responds to ‘Disturbing Reports' of People Seeking to Use Seniors for COVID Vaccine in Massachusetts
"People accompanying seniors to mass vaccination sites also get a shot leads to a flurry of online advertisements offering rides to seniors at today's coronavirus. Briefing, Governor Charlie Baker reacted to the chaos and Danvers that a vaccine side yesterday after hundreds of people showed up without appointments. Hoping to get the vaccine. Governor Baker's message was clear. If you are not eligible to be vaccinated, who do not have an appointment? Don't show up in a vaccination site, hoping to get a shot. Baker also Addressing reports that strangers are preying on seniors online and elsewhere, offering to drive them to a vaccination appointment so they can get a shot. Don't take cause or offers from people. You don't know well or trust and never share your personal information. With anyone If you're contacted by somebody soliciting to take you to a site Please report it to the authorities. Baker urged vaccination site managers to do a better job of managing their supply of the vaccine. So shots are not wasted in East Boston. Mike Macklin
"governor charlie baker" Discussed on WTOP
"To a site Governor Charlie Baker says he hopes the program will ease some of those fears and encourage more people to get the shot. It doesn't happen often, but there was plenty of warning about the incoming ice storm for the southern half of the nation. We are prepared. I'm ready to go that man in Arkansas, where a lot of people stocked up on supplies. Yesterday in Fort Worth, Texas, pastor Chris Branigan was setting up cots for the homeless at his church. How cold it's gonna be the next 10 days. We wanted to do something more than just Give them clothing They are requiring masks. Scientists may have finally come up with the Holy Grail of medicine, a weight loss drug that works, CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker reports. The major international study found more than 30% of the Volunteers on Sema. Clue tied lost 1/5 of their body weight over 15 months, compared with fewer than 2% on the placebo. The drug normally prescribed for Type two diabetes appears to act as an appetite suppressant to checking Wall Street before the opening bell. Dow futures Higher. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP 703 On Thursday, February 11th were 32 degrees with wet snow sticking around in spots this morning. Good morning. I'm John Aaron. And I'm Nick I Nellie the top local stories. We're following this hour. Yes, Snow is falling, and there's slush on the ground throughout the area this morning temperatures right around that freezing mark. It's all from the first phase of a winter weather pattern that's going to last all the way through the weekend. The snow was going to come to an end later on today in the afternoon hours, But then late tonight, more snow will fall 1 to 2 inches expected in this area. Another round of nasty weather is going to hit a Saturday. Sleet and snow expected then, along with below freezing temperatures will have more on the timing of all of this up ahead in the forecast in traffic and weather on the eighths Now to our closings and delays this morning, federal agencies in the DC area are open with the option of unscheduled leave or tell a work for workers. Loudon County.
Massachusetts Governor Baker announces easing of capacity restrictions for businesses amid improving COVID-19 data
"That's it is his governor Charlie Baker, announcing businesses like restaurants, gyms and other businesses will be able to increase their cap capacity limits after improving Cove in numbers in the state sector, specific rules for restaurants and close contact personal services. Both of which were subject to the 25% capacity restriction that was adopted in December. Will be updated to include the same 40% capacity requirement. All other safety guidelines remain in place for all industries. That means places like Jim stores, arcades, libraries, museums, offices, places of worship driving ranges. Movie theaters can all increase from 25 to 40% capacity. The state's gathering limit will remain, however, it 10 people for indoor events. 25 for
Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh
"Voted yesterday on the home rule petition to wave a special election to replace Mayor Marty Walsh. He is President Biden's choice, of course for labor secretary. All the City Council has voted in favor except for any service, Avi Georgia voted present. The city's charter calls for a special election if the mayor leaves office before March, 5th, which would have been holding as many as four elections this year, the home rule petition. We still need the approval of the Legislature and Governor Charlie Baker. By the way, Mayor Walsh's Senate confirmation discussion. They will have a Senate committee talking about the nomination tomorrow. President
Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh
"Boston City Council today. Voting yes. On the home rule petition to wave a special election to replace Mayor Marty Walsh. All of the city's councilors voted in favor. Except for any sort of South Georgia voted present. The city's charter calls for a special election. If the mayor leaves office before March, 5th, which would have been holding as many as four elections this year, Mayor Walsh has been tapped to become president by this labor secretary. In fact, tomorrow, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions holds a hearing on the nomination. In addition of the city's approval of this home will petition the state Legislature and governor Charlie Baker did decide off. The governor's already indicated he supports it.
Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine sign-ups plagued by problems as Phase 2 rollout begins
"Medical researchers who work remotely have been rolling up their sleeves to get the covert vaccine. Meanwhile, seniors are waiting on the sidelines not yet eligible. Massachusetts has one of the nation's largest hospital workforces, and officials there have decided to put all of them at the front of the line. Gabriela Emanuel of member station GBH in Boston reports. Carol Helper set is 82. She's been in her apartment just outside Boston. Since the beginning of the pandemic. Nobody comes in. Nobody goes out. I become more and more despairing and lonely cut off some human contact helpers that has a long list of complex medical issues. The most urgent one. She's going blind, She says. She's desperate for ice surgery. But in order to safely be in the hospital, she needs a vaccine. The vaccine would change my life. It would give me the future for weeks. She's been desperately trying to figure out how to get a shot. I am still Totally Totally in the dark. She's watched with jealousy as seniors in many other states have started receiving vaccines. She studied data from the CDC finding Massachusetts in the bottom half of states in per capita vaccinations. But perhaps most baffling is seeing healthy young people get inoculated before the elderly and the sick. We're seeing just a huge number of people get vaccinated. Who I think you know, should frankly be way down the line. Michael Mina is at Harvard School of Public Health, the other people who have nothing to do at all with Cove ID or with Patient care. We're really with the hospitals. They just happen to be employed by a hospital, and thus they can get the vaccine. Ah, few things are happening here. First, the federal level nationally, vaccines are being distributed to states based on their total population. The federal government has told states to prioritize certain groups like healthcare workers with lots of hospitals. Massachusetts has lots of health care professionals at the front of the line and effectively means that the elderly and vulnerable people who might need the vaccine first will generally be pushed back the second factor state and hospital level decisions. Here. The health care worker category has been defined to include all hospital employees. Those in research labs and telemedicine in HR, including people working remotely. Paul Bettinger oversees the vaccine rollout at the Mass General Brigham. He says his hospital network needed to bring in some of those working from home during the first surge. They called up researchers and administrators and others in the intensive care unit listening for the alarms of ventilators because the federal surge ventilators that we had wouldn't plug into our alarm systems now a third issue, individuals have been flaky. Dana Farber Cancer Institute sent out a mass email saying quote we have had far too many researchers not show up for covert 19 vaccinations over the past week. The result of the email says, is vaccines that may have been wasted. These challenges have been compounded by communication missteps and technical glitches, and Massachusetts has admitted hundreds of thousands of doses are sitting unused in hospital and pharmacy freezers. Governor Charlie Baker has announced. Those over 75 will be eligible on the first of February, and he's hoping they'll have enough vaccines to meet all the pent up demand. For NPR News and Gabriella
Massachusetts To Open Three New Mass Vaccination Sites
"Vaccination sites opening up in the next couple of weeks here in Massachusetts, Springfield, Dampers and Roxbury, the locations these in addition to Fenway Park in Gillette Stadium Governor Charlie Baker at the end of this week, there will be 103 publicly available vaccine sites in Massachusetts. Between these sites, another vaccine clinics for places like long term care facilities. We'll have capacity to administer. 242,000 vaccinations per week on by mid February, way planned to have 165 publicly available vaccination sites. With the capacity to administer 305,000 vaccines for weak governor also says Phase two of the distribution plan will begin next Monday for the first priority Group, which includes those 75 older, those 65 older and individuals with two or more calm abilities will be in the second priority group. Seven
"governor charlie baker" Discussed on WJR 760
"It's the latest When you need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon Alexa President elect Joe Biden promising a quick reversal of a controversial Trump administration Environmental order Joe Biden pledging Saturday to rejoin the Paris climate accord on the first day of his presidency that promised coming his world leaders staged a virtual gathering celebrating the fifth anniversary of the international pact aimed at curbing global warming. The US quit the Paris Accord under president And was not represented at the federal level during Saturday's event, Joe Biden, repeating his campaign pledge to cut US emissions to net zero no later than 2050 American representatives at the virtual meeting, including Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Apple CEO Tim Cook, Paul Stevens, Fox News. It's going to be a bleak holiday from any workers and states, locking down restaurants and other businesses to help stop the Covad surge in Pennsylvania, where the governor banned indoors. Chinese starting today. Some customers show a waitress they understand it was Friday night at the Graystone Public House in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The restaurant was about to close its doors for at least the next three weeks. That's when several customers pull their money to give waitress and bartender Sherry Lyons Ah $500 tip. She tells a local TV station. It just really touched my heart that people realize what we're going through, the waitress says they went through a three month shut down earlier in the year, and it's very, very upsetting to do it again. Roger Stern Fox News 2020 will go down in the record books for lots of reasons, but you might not have expected this one. UFO sightings are up really up. The National UFO reporting center says they skyrocketed 283% across the country compared to two years ago, when on Lee a dozen were reported. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News. I'm gonna see a rain three forecast here as we move past our Saturday Still the possibility for stray shower. Early files otherwise and 32 bodies, guys 38 4 hours Sunday Monday mix of sun and clouds mid thirties from the letter General on Jeffy No.
"governor charlie baker" Discussed on KTOK
"Alexa President elect Joe Biden promising a quick reversal of a controversial Trump Administration Environmental order Joe Biden pledging Saturday to rejoin the Paris climate accord. On the first day of his presidency that promised coming his world leaders staged a virtual gathering celebrating the fifth anniversary of the international pact. Aimed at curbing global warming. The US quit the Paris accord under President Trump and was not represented at the federal level during Saturday's events. Joe Biden, repeating his campaign pledge to cut US emissions to net zero no later than 2050 American representatives at the virtual meeting, including Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Apple CEO Tim Cook, Paul Stevens Fox News. It's going to be a bleak holiday for many workers and states, locking down restaurants and other businesses. Help stop the Covad Surge and Pennsylvania, where the governor banned indoor dining. Starting today, Some customers show a waitress they understand it was Friday night at the Graystone Public House in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The restaurant was about to close its doors for at least the next three weeks. That's when several customers pull their money. Give waitress and bartender Sherry Lyons Ah, $500 tip, she tells a local TV station. It just really touched my heart that people realize what we're going through, the waitress says they went through a three month shut down earlier in the year, and it's very, very upsetting to do it again. Roger Stern Fox News 2020 will go down in the record books for lots of reasons, but you might not have expected this one. UFO sightings are up really up. The National UFO reporting center says they skyrocketed 283% across the country compared to two years ago, when on Lee a dozen were reported. I'm Carmen.
"governor charlie baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's the latest when you need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa. Supporters of President Trump marching through the streets of Washington, D. C. Today it was a massive turnout for President Trump in Freedom Plaza. You even had the president on Marine one buzzing over the crowd, the crowd absolutely going nuts and what the speakers were saying today was that even though the Supreme Court ruled against them yesterday, and even though they haven't had success, another lawsuit that this is far from over Fox's Griff Jenkins one person And was reportedly stabbed President elect your Biden promising a quick reversal, the controversial Trump Administration environmental stance Joe Biden pledging Saturday to rejoin the Paris climate accord on the first day of his presidency that promised coming his world leaders staged a virtual gathering celebrating the fifth anniversary of the international pact aimed at curbing global warming. The US quit the Paris Accord under President Trump and was not represented at the federal level during Saturday's event, Joe Biden. Peed in his campaign pledge to cut US emissions to net zero no later than 2050 American representatives at the virtual meeting, including Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Apple CEO Tim Cook, Paul Stevens, Fox News Some generals, customers in Pennsylvania tried to make a difference for it. Some restaurant workers It was Friday night at the Graystone Public House in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Restaurant was about to close its doors for at least the next three weeks. That's when several customers pull their money to give waitress and bartender Sherry Lyons Ah $500 tip. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe is banning indoor dining and closing gyms and movie theaters until January. 4th, the waitress says they went through a three month shut down earlier in the year. And it's very, very upsetting.
"governor charlie baker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Of President Trump marching through the streets of Washington, D. C. Today it was a massive turnout for President Trump in Freedom Plaza. You even had the president on Marine one buzzing over the crowd. The crowd absolutely going nuts and what the speakers were saying today was that even though the Supreme Court ruled against them yesterday, and even though they haven't had success, another lawsuit that this is far from over functions, Griff Jenkins, one person was report. Brutally stabbed President elect your Biden promising a quick reversal. The controversial Trump Administration environmental stance Joe Biden pledging Saturday to rejoin the Paris climate accord on the first day of his presidency that promised coming his world leaders staged a virtual gathering celebrating the fifth anniversary of the international pact aimed at curbing global warming. The US quit the Paris Accord under President Trump and was not represented at the federal level during Saturday's event, Joe Biden repeating his camp. Pain pledged to cut US emissions to net zero no later than 2050 American representatives at the virtual meeting, including Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Apple CEO Tim Cook, Paul Stevens, Fox News Some generals, customers in Pennsylvania tried to make a difference for it. Some restaurant workers It was Friday night at the Graystone Public House in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Restaurant was about to close its doors for at least the next three weeks. That's when several customers pull their money to give waitress and bartender Sherry Lyons Ah $500 tip. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe is banning indoor dining and closing gyms and movie theaters until January. 4th, the waitress says they went through a three month shut down earlier in the year. And it's very, very upsetting to do it again. Roger Stern Fox News that I've joked Europe Fox News. This'll reported sponsored by Merrill in San Marcos, 78 westbound before Sycamore Avenue is a roll over on the right shoulder. But the right lane has blocked traffic is very slow from last post road, westbound side slowing as well waiting at the border, an hour and a half..
"governor charlie baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Haven realist 52 in Boston, overcast skies and 53 degrees. It's 605 Governor Charlie Baker unveils a new $171 million initiative today that he says will help tenants and landlords cope with the fiscal challenges of the ongoing Corona virus. Epidemic pandemic. I should say the goal of the initiative is to keep tenants in their homes and also ease the ongoing expensive of landlords wants the state's paws on evictions and foreclosures expires this coming Saturday. Baker says that the plan was developed by a team assembled by his administration in coordination with the Massachusetts trial Court all to manage the end of the moratorium, But housing advocates have pushed for tougher protections. Nantucket High School is transitioning back to hybrid learning tomorrow after going fully remote last week because of two positive student covert cases and about 25 identified close contacts. As of this afternoon, the majority of test results among those close contacts came back negative. Some are still waiting on results, but there have been no additional positive cases among the group. All close contacts of the two infective students have been notified. The school was Early, sanitized and disinfected last week, all athletic at activities will also resume. The other schools in the district will continue with their current normal operating plans. And determined at a high risk for Covad 19. Lawrence area public schools are holding off on hybrid learning school committee member Jonathan Guzman, superintendent With, you know the guidance of elected officials. I decided that it's best to postpone the opening day. Phase. One of the hybrid learning model was supposed to start next week, but it will now be delayed until November. 30th Guzman says that is subject to change, though depending on the Kobe trend. Phase one includes hire needs students pre K kindergarten in new English.
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"45 Governor Charlie Baker says a new report on containing the virus hasn't make some good news and not so good news. Somerville in Medford mayor's raising concerns about Tufts University's plan to reopen the students this weekend. Protesters calling climate change justice arrested for hanging a banner of the landmark Citgo side of Kenmore Square last night. At Seinfeld Down Thie criminal case for President Trump's former national security advisor Michael Flynn, continuing to bed for the Full D C Circuit Court of Appeals. A stimulus stalemate continues. In Washington, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, blaming Democrats for slow going over another economic package, share life and death matters it shake. The Democrats are treated this historic national crisis. As a political kind. They Kentucky Republican argues that Democrats are insisting on an open ended slush fund of federal dollars for Democratic led states and cities and accused them of hostage tactics in the ongoing stalemate. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, meantime, spoke on the Senate floor. He took aim at the Trump administration, saying there was still no national strategy to deal with the ongoing crisis. Schumer argues Congress must continue to act aggressively on a number of fronts and says Democrats ready and willing to be Republicans in the middle Frustration from some city leaders about the lack of progress coming from Washington, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio once Congress who include help for cities in any package, it comes up with a Corona virus crisis of was just a health crisis. That would be one thing, But we all know it's so much more on the economic crisis has had such a painful impact on so many New Yorkers so many people without a livelihood. So many people can't afford the basics anymore. State leaders in Massachusetts returning to Washington asking for help for some local tribes during the patent on a Senator's Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey are among members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation pushing their request that the Trump Administration direct FEMA toe wave cost sharing requirements for covert 19 related assistance for the state's federally recognized tribes. That includes that Mashpee Wampanoag tribe and the Wampanoag tribe of Gay head. The delegation writes in a letter that these tribes do not have it. Tax base to help cover the cost of service to their citizens, which makes it more challenging for them to follow all the emergency measures during the pandemic. The letter also cites other financial hardship caused by the pandemic. So far no response from President Trump. The delegation sent their first letter back in April. Tina Gal W. B C. Boston's these radio hotline set up in Rhode Island for people to report violations of restrictions on large social gatherings apparently is busy these days. State police Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Berry said the hotline, which is manned by Bird Island, state, police had received more than 400 calls. As of Sunday. Troopers responded to 56 of those calls and found four events that violated the 15 person limit on social gatherings. Events included a reception after a funeral and a college party very says officers reminded people of the restrictions and asked them to comply. New York City is asking a judge to toss out a lawsuit from the family of Eric Garner, the family of the Staten Island man who died in 2014 shortly after being placed in a police choke hold once Mayor de Blasio and the police commissioner to testify under oath. About details surrounding Eric Garner's death, according to Politico. Lawyers for the city leaders argued this week that city officials do not have an obligation but rather is discretionary to discipline officers involved in misconduct. Will the gardener families using a rarely used city rule that allow civilians bring about a case alleging that public official's neglected their duties that is correspondents got Pringle the cuts to the police department in Seattle. We're not what demonstrators were seeking. About a 14% cut is coming. And NBC's Alex Stone says the impacts already being felt in Seattle shock within the police Department chief Carmen Bashed, a 28 year veteran of SPD, announcing she is retiring after the City Council voted to slash the police budget and the pay of top commanders. Money will be pulled out of Seattle SWAT and police public affair. Demonstrators had been calling for a 50% cut in police funding. The death toll stands at two in Baltimore after a gas explosion leveled three roll houses. On Monday. Baltimore Fire Department spokeswoman Blair Adam's telling W. M A. R Another victim has been recovered from the rubble as firefighters.
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"Governor Charlie Baker says he's encouraged by an emerging pattern in Massachusetts less than ten percent of the test reported yesterday came back positive that percent of positive tests per day has remained at or below ten percent for about a week now that's a very promising development and a promising trend Boston Roman Catholic archdiocese planning a memorial mass next week to remember those who have died during the pandemic without the consolation of the funeral mass and it's been very difficult for people they have been able to greet bishop Robert reed will be hosting a memorial mass from Watertown next Friday morning it'll be broadcast online he went on to say churches and parishes opening back up can expect big changes at the state begins to reopen Attorney General Maura Healey announces enhanced resources for workers to report safety concerns he says most businesses are trying hard to comply hi Ben Parker all right I want to talk with you about boomer naturals face coverings many people have expressed an interest so let me try to explain it as clearly as I can the world is certainly change the face coverings and now the new normal this kind of the the kind that you use a type of face covering issues really does matter because as I've learned not to offer the same protection and that's what you want to face covering my go to face covering is the boomer naturals is may with three cloth players interviews with nano silver technology to reduce particles getting to your nose and mouth and you can use the boomer naturals for up face covering for up to thirty days what do you do you just hand wash it like I did today with mine with a little soap and.
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"Governor Charlie Baker today signed an executive order requiring residents to use a face covering in public places when they cannot socially distance the order goes into effect may sixth Baker made the announcement at the state house today as protesters chanted outside demanding that bakery open Massachusetts immediately the governor's covert nineteen economic restrictions were recently extended two weeks to may eighteenth in new Bedford mayor Jon Mitchell said he's now speaking with business owners about what it's going to take to re open the economy whatever we do we've got to learn the way we're open and we're gonna do it very carefully he said the virus will be with us for some time and that a phased approach will be necessary and we've got to be ready in case there's an outbreak through closely things back up again we don't want to do that and the best way to avoid that is to you know departs holes in the water and I jump right on in to me says he now wants to hear ideas from all sectors of the community a man from Easton was allegedly on St accent had YouTube open on his phone when his Cadillac escalade slammed into a kia sedan taking the life of another driver that's according to court records viewed by the Brockton enterprise a twenty five year old Jake McCabe was arrested Tuesday night and charged with manslaughter in connection with Sunday's crash in Easton that took the life of thirty seven year old Scott Lewis Plymouth county is seeing a spike in drug overdoses police said in the last ten days of April they documented thirty eight overdoses eleven of them fatal they said fentanyl is being mixed with a lot of street drugs these days including cocaine and counterfeit pills they want to remind people that pharmacies across Massachusetts have narc hand on hand and that there is an open prescription for everyone that means you can go to your local pharmacy and ask for nor can and your charge will be whatever your insurance co pay is in sports the NHL could start their season several months late commissioner Gary Bettman tells NHL network there's no magic to beginning in October that man says a November or even December start will be considered overcast and damp for much of the.
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"Governor Charlie Baker spoke on face the nation about Massachusetts being in the middle of the servers the city of Brockton instill stricter social isolation guidelines a ten year old in Boston was shot by a stray bullet Boston police now want answers the latest now on a global pandemic an update from ABC news Nancy Pelosi highly critical of president trump's handling of the corona virus crisis after Mr trump jabbed the speaker in tweets this weekend pelo see on ABC's this week in turn blamed him for the loss of life during the initial first phase of the corona virus outbreak because he failed he's failed in the testing and the rest and it's a hoax and and though it's going to magically disappear that's not based on science this isn't magical this is scientific after pushback from governors over the White House plan to reopen the country president trump this weekend saying the concerned about covert nineteen testing is becoming a quote partisan witch hunts the hardest thing of all by far by factor of twenty is the ventilators and now we are thinking of ventilators we have ventilators were gonna be helping other countries very soon demonstrators across the country defying social distancing orders and taking to the streets demanding states get back to business but experts warn easing up on the restrictions too soon could be dangerous and cost more lives Dave Packer ABC news over the past month more than twenty two million Americans have become unemployed because of the effects of corona virus on businesses and ABC's Deirdre Bolton says some experts are now warning things could get much worse so what that shows that in a one month we have lost essentially the job creation that we had in the past decade since the last recession I think that's a staggering statistic some economists that I've been speaking with say that our national unemployment could go as high as thirteen percent by July the volume of Laos is prompting calls now to pump more cash into the government's paycheck protection program treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says a new relief package is coming together with the apparent blessing of Democrats and Republicans that would include a corona virus testing on CNN's state of the union Maryland governor Larry Hogan at the chairman of the national governors association said right now states cannot land enough test fast enough and he also takes issue with the president blaming it on governor's administration I think is trying to ramp up testing try they are doing some things with respect to private labs but to try to push this off to say that the governors have plenty of testing and they should just get to work on testing somehow it we are doing our job is just absolutely false during yesterday's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump praised efforts by a handful of governors to allow certain businesses to re open tomorrow but he did criticize other state leaders accusing them of trying to politicize the issue of testing for this virus how did president trump do all he did terribly let's see he did yeah he did terribly.
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"About it governor Charlie Baker reflecting on his momentary loss of composure Thursday as he expressed his gratitude for the arrival from China of more than a million protective face masks for the doctors nurses and emergency responders on the front lines in the fight against covert nineteen talk about getting it themselves because they're worried about what it might mean for them they talk about it because they're worried about what it might mean for some mothers one for those stories can you get free about your inability to help the help arrived on board the patriots team played a deal brokered by the governor momentarily yet momentous victory for Massachusetts in a battle thus far from over at the state house Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news radio the number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Massachusetts topping ten thousand yesterday we also saw the largest number of single cases in a day with over fourteen hundred residents testing positive for the disease one hundred and ninety two in Massachusetts have lost their lives just under sixty three thousand in the state have been tested Middlesex Suffolk counties reporting the highest number of confirmed cases the centers for disease control now telling all of us it's a pretty good idea to wear some type of protective mask over your nose and mouth when we head out president trump stating yesterday that he has no plans on following those guidelines himself but a lot of talk about N. ninety five masks recently in the fight against the coronavirus they can be cleaned they can be re used it's a massive undertaking and a state of the art machine can handle that task and it's coming to Somerville this weekend here's WBZ's Jim McKay I'm at Somerville city hall with mayor Joe Curtatone who says this massive cleaning machine is now on its way to assembly row it's coming on Sunday they will immediately begin setting up its operation it comes in six containers will be housed in a vacant building that used to be a Walmart right next to partners healthcare they're helping bring in this cleaning unit with Patel medical lab company based out of Ohio these units can clean.
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"It's three. Oh nine. Governor Charlie Baker refiled legislation aimed at toughening penalties for child. Rapists, he points to the case of Wayne Chapman, seventy year old convicted child rapist earlier this month. The state's highest court ruled the Chapman can no longer remain civilly committed based on the state sexually dangerous person law because to mental health professionals ruled that he is not sexually dangerous will the supreme judicial court rejected arguments from governor Baker and attorney general Maura Healey. Who both said juries, or a judge should decide whether the mental health professionals were correct in the case baker's Bill would mandate that any disagreement among experts within result in a trial at which a judge or jury could hear evidence about whether a person is sexually dangerous and make a decision on their release in Tokyo. President. Trump plays golf with his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo ABI then attends a sumo wrestling tournament where he handed out a presidential Cup to the winner. But he also takes the time to tweet including a message that appears to downplay concerns by national security adviser, John Bolton about North Korea's recent missile tests more now from the BBC's Rupert Wingfield. Hayes tweet from Mr. Trump today, demonstrates exactly why Japan is nervous in it. He described recent North Korean missile tests, says small-weapons, which disturbed some people, but not me. They may not bother Mr. Trump. And they certainly do both Japan which is well within range, Japan is DP skeptical of Mr. Trump's friendship with North Korean dictator, Kim Jong UN, the US president still appears to believe it can lead to a historic peace deal. And among the political topics on the Sunday morning. Talk shows the pros and cons of President Trump's decision to send more troops. To the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran. Also, the president bypassing congress in order to sell more weapons to Saudi Arabia to neutralize Horon on, on Fox News Sunday, the president's ally, and South Carolina, Senator, Lindsey Graham, criticized the weapons move. Yeah. I've got a real problem. We're going back to business as usual. Saudi Arabia Jordan, great as been problematic in Yemen, but a good ally, Saudi Arabia's a strategic ally. But the crown prince was in my opinion involved in the murder, Mr. kashogi, and he's done a lot of other disruptive things. So I don't I don't support the arm sales net and another topic on the Sunday, talk show, circuit the push by some house members to impeach the president speaker, Nancy Pelosi has pushed her caucus, to take a slow approach spelled out on NBC's meet the press by house. Democratic caucus chairman Akeem Jeffries of New York, we need to follow the facts we need to apply to law when. To make sure that the constitution is the guiding principle in terms of the way forward. But newer members like Michigan's Rashida to, to leave says, impeachment is the way to go. All right. It's three twelve and time now for sports. Here's WBZ's Mark. Bennett RBI single. And the first that has stood up thus far as the Astros lead, the Red Sox won nothing in the third look for the sweep at water Rodriguez against Justin Verlander Bruins, and blues finally, get the Stanley Cup final going tomorrow night to ask is obviously been a big reason why the Bruins are back in the final Bruce Cassidy thinks making a conservative effort to rest and during the year and has really paid off to wasn't a specific number that I think this year if you had forty nine wasn't like he's going to have exactly what we wanted to keep it under probably closer to fifty to fifty five euro allowed us to rest them a little more. So I would assume it would help them this time of the year, I still think. He certainly capable of plane while this time of the year. If you had a few more starts, you get into the sixties, then I don't know. Meanwhile, said news from the NFL's Packers legend, Bart Starr's died star, the leader of the grey Packers teams in the sixties winning five titles, including the first two Super Bowls, where he was MVP, and both he was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen seventy seven star was.
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"News. Twenty eight degrees under cloudy skies. President Trump is leaving the fate of the special counsel investigation and the hands of attorney general William bar. There are reports that Robert Muller is planning to submit his final report on Russia's attempts to influence, the two thousand sixteen presidential election next week bar must decide what happens to it. After that, including if it will be released in full or redacted to congress or the public former Donald Trump, personal attorney Michael Cohen is getting a few more days of freedom. A federal judge agreed today to delay the date. Cohen reports the prison by sixty days because he has recently undergone shoul shoulder surgery. The delay will also allow Cohen testify before three congressional committees. Governor Charlie Baker is named the new head of the Massachusetts emergency management agency. Samantha Phillips, we'll take over from outgoing director Kurt Schwartz as head of the agency that works to make sure the state is prepared to respond to a virgin season disasters. Phillips has served to mayors is the director of emergency management for Philadelphia. And it's worked as an emergency management. Consultant Baker said Phillips extensive skills and experience in the public and private sectors as well as academia will help her lead. This critical state agency the Republican governor also thanked Schwartz who said he said has spent three decades in public service. Baker said Phillips was key to Philadelphia's response to several emergencies including superstorm sandy twenty twelve and a fatal Amtrak derailment in two thousand fifteen and a man known on social media as the thong man to residents of Fall River has been arrested on charges of making terroristic threats and stalking. Fall river. Police say on Monday afternoon, a woman reported that Thirty-one-year-old Joseph Angela Fall River had made threats toward her and the city of Fall River in a social media post. According to police, the threat included blowing up cars and his former employer with homemade bombs and also strangling the woman who later reported the post to police after reviewing the post police, located Angela's plane street, home and place them in custody. Charging him with stocking and terroristic threats and till is known to Fall River residents on social media as the thong man because of his social media postings of himself wearing only a thong while in public. News time now is five thirty three in WBZ FM sports. The Bruins are in Las Vegas tonight to skate against the Golden Knights. The Celtics are back from their all star break tomorrow when they will be in Milwaukee..
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"Governor Charlie Baker is preparing to submit his latest state budget proposal on beacon hill amid signs of a looming. Economic slowdown and calls by some to raise taxes for education and other initiatives, Massachusetts, finishing the last fiscal year with more than one billion dollars in surplus money. Most experts don't see that happening. Again, Baker will file has roughly forty two billion dollar spending proposal on Wednesday. Many Democrats say additional revenues are needed to implement reforms to the states education funding formula Baker proposed an increase in the state excise tax on real estate transfers to help communities prepare for climate change. President Trump at Dover air force base in Delaware today for a ceremony honoring the four Americans killed in. That suicide bombing this week in Syria. The president standing. Solemnly so living the remains of civilian Scott Wirtz of Saint Louis as those remains were carried from a C seventeen military aircraft to awaiting verse the three other transfers to be conducted brightly with the president's observing on CBS has face the nation. Vice President Mike Pence defended President Trump's decision to withdraw troops from Syria, saying, the ISIS state has been defeated and whatever remnants remain will be dealt with by coalition forces with the support of the US the president wants to bring our troops home. But he also wants to make sure that we hand off the fight against ISIS in Syria. What remains of ISIS in Syria to our coalition partners? And that we continue to support them with American assets in the region. Mr. Trump touting reporters as he left the White House that relatives of the country's fallen heroes might be the toughest thing. He's had to do as president consoling them. WBZ.
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"One governor Charlie Baker, dozens of homes were destroyed or damaged in last week's blasts, a teenager was killed and dozens of. People hurt officials say it appears Columbia gas pipeline control center in Columbus. Ohio registered a pressure increase in the Lawrence area before the explosions murder charges in Arizona against a man accused of kidnapping too, young girls. Christopher Clements has been indicted in killings of six year old Isabel Celis and thirteen-year-old Meribel Gonzalez sell us went missing from her home in twenty twelve Gonzales disappeared in two thousand fourteen while heading to a friend's home. A disturbing case of child neglect in the mid west back on August. Twenty eight the five year old Minnesota boy, wet himself, so his father and the woman he lives with decided to punish him. They left him alone in the woods. Police say a motorist spot of the boy, a wet from the rain and crying near the town of Saint Peter GOP say the child told them he'd been naughty police soon found the couple they were searching for the child. However, they didn't report him missing thirty two year old Gregory Wilson and his forty two year old companion, Linda. Michael have been charged with child neglect as well as militias punishment of child the boys in protective custody, but Wilson and Michael have a court date, October, ninth Carib McHugh, Fox News animal rights, activists are demonstrating in Lithuania demanding a ban on using wild animals in circuses. After the reported death of a bear cub. The demonstrators carried a tiny coffin today during a symbolic.
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"And clouds and fifty two degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories were watching the pentagon says north korea has lost another intercontinental ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to almost anywhere around the globe special report president franz seconds from mark president trump says they will take care of the situation president trump celebrates as a gop tax reform bill is passed through the senate budget committee the president who says he is confident the package will be passed by congress and governor charlie baker announces lieutenant greg turk show will run for a second term the governor says he is proud of the work they've done that he is committed to growing the economy back to our top story now out of new york this morning today show hosts matt lauer has been fired after a complaint about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace the today show leather broadcasts with that news this morning bc until today at the cia at this morning because this is a sad warning here it today and at nbc news we're both woken up with the news kind of preddawn and we're trying to process it and trying to make sense of an and it'll take some time for that we're processing it with all of you at home and we promise to be chance here in be straightforward and continue this important conversation savannah guthrie and hoda caught be again today show host matt lauer fired from nbc may time massachusetts senate president's stan rosenberg says interns may undergo training for avoiding sexual harassment in the workplace wbz's don hoff has that roosenburg notes one of the two complaints brought during his tenure was made against an intern who works at the state house we realized that there is a deficiency in training and one of the three cases that occur by one of the two ks that occurred during my three years involved and interim so identified that as a weakness will fix rosenberg credits his predecessor therese murray.
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"Council as republicans in congress prepare for a final push on their tax overhaul bill the top senate democrat gdp gop colleagues to do the right thing for their constituents it's a dagger to the heart of new york it's a jagger to the heart of new jersey senator chuck schumer speaking today at an anti gop tax plan rally in new york city many republicans worried that eliminating the federal tax deduction for state and local taxes it could hurt the voters in those states uh scandals growing in massachusetts massachusetts rather involving the claims up changing protect water on the uh uh the head of the massachusetts state police richard recue and retired after a state trooper was told to alter a drunk driving arrest record the person arrested daughter of a local governor charlie baker quickly together both of us he took full of stability during the order now trooper is bringing that trooper saying she was told to shred a log treat regarding the judge's daughter and admitted heroin addict who allegedly off actual favors for leniency fact bill marcus and big bank big game rather is making a comeback in alaska something may be in the water liquid mountains north fairbanks alaska for the karabakh taken tips from rabbits the 40mile caribou herd population is exploding from 50000 in 2010 thousand this year news from abc department of fish and game made the estimate after flying over the herd which migrates between canada's yukon territory and the white mountains in the 1970s population crashed to five thousand predator control program was put in place to kill wolves in the area and ordered protect the cavs now honors harvest a quote of as many as a thousand caribou from the heard and state organiz hunts each year.