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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fair skies humid, though in Boston at 11 o'clock, Good morning. Here's what's happening. We have a big news story here in Massachusetts education officials with the state have just voted. Approving giving Commissioner Jeff Riley the power to mandate masks in class. When schools open for the fall. Let's get more now. In this live update from WBZ is Karen Regal. The vote was 9 to 1 Lorry, Kirby, with one member saying that a mass mandate was not a hill to die on. That is a quote. But the other nine members voted yes, giving the education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley, the authority to issue this for mask mandate, which would likely go into effect next week and stay in effect until at least early October, Commissioner Riley telling his board members That because of this Delta variant Because more people need to get vaccinated. This mask mandate should go into place. All students were talking about K through 12 grade. The commissioner said that he hopes this will be done with by October 1st. But if need be, the more students may have to wear masks at different times. Well the year depending on what Covid 19 and its variants do. Let's hope there aren't any more variance. I'm gonna knock wood here. Lori will have more throughout the afternoon. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Alright Karen An R. James Rojos is also in the On scene I should say outside of where the vote took place. There is a small protest underway right now, with some parents who are very angry, some holding signs saying no muzzles, no masks and apparently one shoving his microphone. Police are on scene as well. We hope to gather more information as James RoHaas and Karen Regal worked this story for us. But again, essentially, masks are coming to schools. It's just a matter of making this official Karen says. Next week. It probably will. But the vote is overwhelming 911 to center with the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education authorizing The education commissioner, too. Move forward with a mask mandate. So masks are coming. All right, so moving forward the Pfizer vaccine now that the FDA is given full approval to it for all Americans, 16 and up now a number of employers and universities have begun issuing ultimatums. CBS is David Begnaud reports from one of the areas hardest hit by Covid. That is Lafayette, Louisiana. The FDA is full approval was swiftly met by several new vaccination mandates. The Pentagon is moving ahead with the vaccination requirement for all active duty service members. New York City public schools mandated at least one shot for all teachers and staff by September, 27th and United.

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That the science is on their side, smaller crowd of counter protesters advocating for a mask mandate. They say they're here to counter what they call misinformation against supporting the move by D. S d. E S c. To implement a mask mandate for the upcoming fall school year. There were things have been relatively peaceful. They have state police, modern police officers out here, maintaining the peace that we have had some shouting matches one gentleman. Who is advocating for the for against the masked man pushing my microphone away, and he had a talking to with police afterwards, But for the most part, things been pretty peaceful. But yes, the education commissioner Jeff Riley, has been authorized to implement a mask mandate all across Massachusetts for grades K through 12. And Maldon. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio that's drawing as a reporter in the field. All right, Thank you, James. Take it easy out there and again, D. E S. C stands for the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Who and they just authorized Commissioner Riley to move forward with implementing a universal mask mandate for schools. So this is developing. There is a small protest of parents who don't like mask mandates outside of that building where the vote took place in Maldon. We have team coverage Karen Regal covering the vote, and Riley and we have James Rojas on the beat with demonstrators right there, who apparently just Tried to shove his microwave, um, microphone away from his face, so we'll try to find a little bit more about that. Luckily, police are there as well. Looking out for our good James Rojos. The state's third largest city takes steps to reduce concerns about resuming in person learning. John Bay back with more when Springfield students return to class next week, Superintendent Dan Warrick says it will be absolutely safe after a million dollar top to bottom rehab of HB ABC systems in the city. And the school boss says he's thankful the city is way ahead of the state when it comes to requiring masking for kids, absolutely ecstatic that we beat the state out of the box where the mass mandate because again I think we conveyed Public health is number.

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Hurricane Watch Issued for Parts of the Northeast as Henri Strengthens

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Watch Issued for Parts of the Northeast as Henri Strengthens

"Baker Holding a news conference on the incoming storm named Enrique. A storm surge in Hurricane Watch is off four portions of southeastern New England. James Rojos is at Boston Harbor Beach. A forecast from the National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Andrea will likely strengthen to a Category one hurricane passing near or just offshore Cape Cod. And the islands. Now, those of us closer to Boston should still expect heavy rainfall, damaging winds and flash flooding this Sunday into Monday, paying attention to whether watches and warnings folks are encouraged to prepare. Now that includes keeping your phone charged gathering supplies, keeping gas in your car and having nonperishable food handy in case we lose power. A

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And 72 in Cambridge, Quincy in Boston is 10 05 Learning during lockdown has certainly hasn't been too fun or easy for millions of American teens. Let's find out more from CBS Is Vicki Barker protected from the virus deprived of the contact they need to thrive. New research finds High school students who attended classes remotely during the pandemic suffered socially emotionally and academically, the researchers call it the thriving gap on a 100 point scale, they say in person. Students rated 1 to 2 points higher than remote students. In all categories. Vicki Barker CBS News Whether you've been vaccinated or not so far, Northeastern University will be requiring everyone on campus this fall to be tested regularly for Covid. The school already requires vaccinations for students but is taking another step. That testing would also be mandatory. Starting on the week of Sept six. Everyone on campus at Northeastern will be required to test once a week as long as they're on the northeastern campus one day a week or more. Also, students Syrian, saying that college lifestyle WBC's James Rojos is over at the State House and tells us about the effort that's underway. The Joint Committee on Higher Education is listening to the people who would benefit from legislation that opens the door for those with severe disabilities. Kate Barlett has down syndrome and is a member of the Massachusetts Development Disabilities Council. She also studied at Middlesex Community College Without college. I wouldn't be where I am today. Computer skills I learned in college. We're really important in the computer skills helped me to get the job I have now bills introduced would make it so People with intellectual disabilities can participate in college courses and campus life by removing barriers such as minimum GPA requirements and passing the M casts at the Statehouse. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Look at that the 2021 Emmy nominations are out and dominating. Many of the categories this year are Netflix and other stream..

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Still dealing with that situation in which a car in a deer collided 1 28 south bound by Walnut Street in Lindfield, the Deer's Okay. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three think of the gray skies is a warm, cuddly blanket on a July morning. 66 degrees and nothing but Grey in Boston this morning the city is wearing. It's grout fit again today and it's going to be Hey, these clouds are going to hang tough all day. Long morning showers will eventually go away. We're still left in the clouds and the cool temperatures only about 70 for a high way off the mark for this time of year. More clouds tomorrow, but more like summer to it's humid and Highs around 80. We start to see some sunshine. Finally on Thursday, maybe Friday to imagine that temperatures will be well into the eighties and pretty uncomfortable at that. So we'll have something new to complain about. By then. For now, it's all about the clouds and the uncomfortably cool condition of 66 degrees 705 on a Tuesday morning can we buy a little sunshine, please? Together. Is that a no? Come on. This has been a very tough weather pattern. No doubt about it. WBC's James Rojos tells us frustration is building on the streets. Is in Dover this morning talking to some weary warriors and joins us now live morning, James. Good morning, Jeff. Yeah, Things have been pretty rough for a lot of people, especially with when you're dealing with flooded roads on the way to work or flooded backyards and basements at home. Many are still dealing with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Allison from last week. Now I ran into Jeremy this morning. Who does construction? He tells me it's been absolutely miserable lately. This time of year is typically it's It's really nice outside, everybody's getting a 10.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And also here in New England with heavy rain and high winds. That can only mean one thing. We are talking power outages they were spiking last hour. How are we doing now? WBC's Drew, Mo Holland, with the latest like Jim was because of Salem, Massachusetts. Kind of out of nowhere. We weren't necessarily expecting that on the North Shore. There were some 5000 customers in the dark in Salem. They have now cut that number in half. So that's good. The lights are coming back on and say. Some random has also been hit hard this morning. Some 1000 in the dark there, you add it all up Some 5000 customers in all right now without power in Massachusetts, meme is all over this. We're watching it for you as well. And please charge up that phones. You can keep listening to us on the I heart radio app Drew Mulholland WBZ Boston's news radio Right now Down the Cape in Falmouth in Mashpee. There's about a dozen or so customers in the dark. We're doing pretty good. The power outages on the Cape. But how are those conditions? WBC's James Rojos. He's traveling down Cape Card at this hour as he joins us live, James, Where are you? And what are you seeing in? So I'm here at Sandy Neck Beach in West Barnstable, where the wind is strong. The rain starting to pick up once again after stopping briefly enough to Get a glimpse of the sun. Now this storm is doing a lot of that at one moment, dropping down a torrential amount of rain, making it hard to see 30 ft. Ahead of you. And then the next seconds it's clear. I ran into aerial here at the beach, the human, not the mermaid. Her family lives in Westbourne Barnstable and tells me they're being extra cautious for Elsa. This morning. My dad.

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mind that are found side there. There is a left lane crash One car spun out right by the Rockingham Road off ramp. Laurie Grandi, WBC's traffic on the three. All right there, Laurie a look now at that forecast. It is a brutal one as we keep it going here with Tropical Storm Elsa on this Friday, heavy rains and also winds starting to pick up as well. This Justin, also from the National Weather Service in Boston, down in Westerly 37, mile per hour winds have been recorded at Woods Hole. 33 MPH as we're talking about different parts along the coast, anywhere from 40 to 60 MPH, and that's mostly going to be in southern parts of Rhode Island and then off to the South coast and into the Cape and, of course, the island. So that's pretty much matching up to what the forecast has been like now For today, all of this heavy rain high of 75. It'll be sticky tonight after Elsa gets out of here, and the weekends are bad. We have a shower thunderstorm possibility tomorrow highs into the upper seventies. Sunshine and clouds throughout and then pretty much the same deal on Sunday. But take away the precipitation looks like we'll finally be able to wring out the tele cloth and get a little bit dry on Sunday with some sunshine and a high of 80 degrees right now, though, absolutely pouring in Worcester 62 degrees at 61 with rain in Fitchburg 67 showers in Boston. It is 906 here on WBZ NewsRadio. Let's head over back across the Cape Cod Canal on to Cape Cod. WBC's James Rojos is there as he joins us live now from situated. How are we doing there? James? Well, let me tell you, the rain is taking a little breather at the moment only coming down lightly here at Sandy Neck Beach. But the wind is definitely picking up, which is evident by the American flag that's flapping in the wind right behind me. Now. The windy and rainy conditions aren't stopping people from coming out here to get a look at Mother nature in person. This storm pretty unpredictable at the moment. Dealing with a light Sprinkle, then the next second, a torrential downpour that forces drivers to slow down something that you have to also keep an eye out for pulling water. I'm running into a lot.

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bands from Elsa start to push northward, especially near in south of the Mass pike. We have pretty much widespread soaking rain now and they're even farther north. We're seeing some boxes, heavier rain as well. So we'll continue to see this arraign heavy at times here as we head through the rest of the morning. And into early this afternoon. We're looking at a general 1 to 3 inches of rain, with some flooding. Flash flood watch in effect through the afternoon. We do have this tropical storm warning in effect near the coast as well as winds could gust decides 40 to 60 MPH near the coast. Well, the high today right around 75 degrees. Now late this afternoon, I think after we get past two or three o'clock we'll really starts to the bulk of the range shift north of the area and we have a bust. The cloudy sky heading into tonight It will be warm and muggy, low 69 times of clouds and sun tomorrow with a couple of showers Perhaps thunderstorm high 75 subsided by the cloud Sunday High 78 men, mostly cloudy Cuban Monday of the showers. Star breath. And high against 78 with the meteorologist. Brian stops the WBZ Boston radio. All right there, Brian. We're tracking Elsa's 67 degrees with that heavy rain here in Boston. A 26 now and I check on New England business. Well, we've got some more big time Hollywood productions heading to Central Mass. Netflix has plans to film An upcoming movie and Oxbridge and already are starting to set up shop in the small town in Worcester County title of the movie has not been released by Netflix suggest yet, however, people in Uxbridge while they're already two, starting to take notice, sharing photos on social media of some movie trailers set up near an old mill. That was shut down many years ago, after a fire back in 2000 and seven It's now 8 27 and Elsa is here. The heart brain hard rain's gonna fall and that is going to be taking place all day today. The very latest on Tropical Storm l So we've got rough surf. All over the Massachusetts and Rhode Island coast slides will take you down the Cape WBC's James Rojos, just arriving, seeing how things are faring out your top stories at 8 30 Next.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Celebrating 100 Years of public service to New England. This is WBZ news radio and I Heart radio station. 65 degrees. We have rain showers and fog in Boston. It is 7 30 on this Friday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jim McKay. Let's get so it's We could just need to look outside the door this morning. We know a storm is coming in. Here She comes Tropical Storm Elsa, making its way up the East Coast and is not slowing down the doors of cracks and everything. A lot of water. It was pretty powerful. I've been to earthquakes in California, but this was devastated. Other people have gone through and elsewhere around the country. Oh Tornado down in Jacksonville, Florida There were tornado warnings even off the coast of New Jersey early this morning to mention severe flooding, wreaking havoc on New York City. Let's get the very latest on the track of this storm as it is fast approaching, and it's basically here. WBC AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson joining us live a busy man he is today, Brian. Yeah, Jim tracking also which is off the New Jersey Coast, but moving quickly northeastward and we're seeing some more and more heavy downpours starting to crop up around the area, and the rain will continue to intensify here and become a little steadier as we have throughout the morning hours, and that will continue through early this afternoon. You mentioned the the tornado warnings we had earlier along the New Jersey coast. It's not out of the question that we could have a tornado warning. You're an isolated tornado. Here locally, especially toward the South Shore. Cape areas Farther south and east will keep an eye on that, as the day goes on. Worst of the weather again late this morning earlier this afternoon, I'll have a strong winds gusting up to 40 to 50 MPH even up to 60 MPH in spots, But things will improve as we head into this evening, Jim All right, Jackie Weather meteorologist Brian Thompson. He'll be with us all morning long. Also will James RoHaas our intrepid James Rojos? He's out on the South Shore this morning down employment, seeing how the coast is going on right now, as he joins.

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is brought to you by Toyota Toyota's official website for deals. Buy a Toyota dot com Thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening. Early morning thunderstorms Getting off this Thursday started on the wrong foot for us weather wise. Band moving quickly Right now. It's just off to our coast. It's clearing out East Later today, though, some pretty decent weather as we experience a cool down, mostly clouds break for some sunshine at times today, it will be much cooler hides it back into the seventies. Man has also moved through. We'll see some heavy rain at times late tonight into tomorrow with some gusty winds. And that is WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson this morning. The National Weather Service upgrading the tropical storm watches as they are now. Tropical storm warnings for different parts of southern New England, Connecticut, right Island, also parts of the Massachusetts coastline, including the Cape and the Islands. And as we deal with overnight and early morning storms were also getting ready for Elsa WBC's James Rojos is out trying to find out how local utilities are getting ready. With the threat of power outages heading into the week. It's time to start crossing things off that storm safety checklist. Every source is expecting to have its hands full, thanks to the incoming tropical storm, which could down or damaged power lines. That's why they're encouraging us to make sure we're prepared for before, during and after the storm. Among the things were urged to do is to get a storm kid ready with items including batteries of water and a first aid kit. Unplug sensitive equipment. If you don't have search protectors and check for damage after the storm passes, but never approached or touched down the wire. Rather reported as soon as possible. In Roxbury, James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 602, now to more people who were arrested.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is what it is. I mean, it happened. I just let everybody is okay, and they're going to clean it up and Another day in roll. It was lightning that chased Caylee Freeman from her home and send firefighters hunting for the smoke that residents spotted seeping from the attic. For me. It was like as long as I have the kids and we're safe. Everything else could be replaced. Some 50,000 people lost power at the peak of those storms. And this morning just about everybody is back in business. Those storms have been so bad for some this week. Six flags New England is still cleaning up the amusement park in a Guam closed again for a second consecutive day after a wild storm flooded out the park and sent trees and branches tumbling into rides. Officials say the hope is to be back in business tomorrow. It begins today. Vaccine is free, and it now could be your ticket to winning $1 million registration for Governor Baker's new kind of state lottery kicks in today. WBC's James Rojos joins us live and James is going to take more than luck to win these prizes. Yeah, we'll take it will take you luck and maybe 30 seconds. That's how long it took me to register this morning. But let me tell you five lucky people in the Commonwealth are going to win a million dollars each. The vax millions giveaway is spread over a span of five. Weeks, with one winner selected at a time and that's for those over 18 years old 12 to 17 year olds are also getting the chance to win specifically $300,000 in scholarships grants folks I'm talking to are pretty excited..

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On your Wednesday morning. Good morning. I'm Laurie Kirby. Nice to be with you. Here's what's happening. It is the final day of June, and it's the final day of the Heatwave. Day three. But again we are now pushing 99 degrees. The record is 95 on the state June 30th at Logan that was back in 1945. So again today we are on target for a record breaking day of heat and humidity. Perfect recipe for some showers and storms later on. WBZ TV meteorologist Zach Green with more thing. Six PM to 10 PM That is our four hour window for some of the strongest signals to come out of the West. So I think the best case to see the severe weather potential will be out towards the Berkshires. But we are certainly going to get the rumbles of thunder. With heavy downpours possible, along with gusty winds. Probably the two main component to come out of this system. These wind gusts could be 40 50 even 60 MPH your full forecast just ahead. Man is dead after drowning at a popular but dangerous, cool down spot in situ it WBC's James Rojos reports. Officials there are now warning Be careful. Locals are telling me that the currents under the Edward Foster Bridge right by Situate Harbor is very strong makes that with the still very cold water, and that could spell disaster and that's what we saw yesterday after a man jumped into cool off with his landscaping co workers. William writings lives nearby and says the bridge is a common place for people to jump. It was low tide. And I knew that I was coming in. I said, they're going to be jumping off here today just because of the heat, And then I was I was at the lighthouse. And then I saw all the cops is circling. And, um, yeah, it's just it's this terrible. A search and rescue was conducted almost immediately.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"Degrees hazy sunshine right now. It's 10. O'clock. Good morning. The news is brought to you this hour by Massachusetts General Hospital. I'm Laurie Kirby. A lot going on. Let's start with the heat. The final day of June is here and it is the final day. Thank goodness of record breaking heat for now, anyway. WBZ TV meteorologist Zach Green with the very latest, We do have another scorcher ahead of us. Probably not What we got two yesterday afternoon when we topped the triple digits in many locations. Middleborough Medford Stovall checking off 100 degrees Hudson mascot to 1 to 1. We were met there out towards West Town in the top spot. Wilmington at 102 degrees, But today we will rival record breaking territory once again 97 expected so we will officially check off the heat wave where you recorded 10 days. Of 90 plus so far this year, and this will likely be the second heat wave for the month of June alone. All right, so the record at Logan on this date 95. The date was 1945 Hold onto your hats. It's not just the heat and humidity. It's going to be strong storms later this afternoon. The payoff refreshing air finally arriving at least by tomorrow. We'll have a lot more traffic and weather together coming up in just a couple of minutes. Landscape. ER, trying to beat the heat in situate drowns after taking a dip. Let's go to the South Shore and James Rojos with more witnesses say the man who jumped off the Edward Foster Bridge and shortly went under after work for a landscaping company. He and his co workers stopped to cool off, along with other people who were already out here. The town manager says the very cold water could lead to cramps, making it.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Turtle Pond in Hyde Park, and we have now learned the name of that swimmer 19 year old Jason Bania, WBZ TV's Julie MacDonald. Has more on the attempted rescue. It was a real team effort from first responders trying to quickly find and help that missing swimmer at Turtle Pond State in Boston Police worked with firefighters throughout the search. The state police air wing was called in as well as dive teams. Obviously ultimately a 19 year old Boston resident was pulled from the water and did not survive. He began struggling yesterday afternoon, trying to swim across the pond again. His friends tried to help to no avail, and police say bony a was known to be a very good swimmer. But he may have spoke marijuana right before jumping in the water. We are standing by for a news conference with both state police and a government health and environmental leaders that is coming up at around 1 30 this afternoon are Kendall Buell will be there Well, by the way, is also a firefighter. He'll be joining us with new information and tips to stay safe this summer. All right. Switching gears here at 12 32. Rumors are swirling around in Worcester that Disney's next big Marvel movie is going to film in the area. Let's get right to James Rojos who loves Hollywood, and he's there. Rumor has it the sequel to Black Panther is gearing up to film here. You heard that rumor again. Yes, I have heard about. Yeah, That's Tiffany, who is attending college in Worcester. She says it wouldn't be surprising if that rumor is.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Continue our search and rescue effort. That is our priority. That is where we're focused. And protecting our first responders who are on the scene. It has been very dangerous for those responders in a difficult wait for families of those missing. I just want my mom like I want to go back a day. Rachel Spiegel's mother is among the missing No matter what happens, I want everybody in the world to know how wonderful my mom is. And how much how great of a person she is and how much we love her, and she loves us. I'm Cammie McCormick. It's sentencing day for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, convicted in the killing of George Floyd. Prosecutors want Shoven to serve 30 years behind bars His lawyers are being are asking for time served. Three other officers accused in the killing of Floyd will face a criminal trial next year. All four of them will face civil suits later this year. Summer is just getting started, and it's already been tragic in the water in and around Boston, the body of a teenager pulled from a pond and Hyde Park is the latest The BBC's James Rojos has more. The 19 year old young man has not been identified but was from Boston. According to state police. They got a call of a missing swimmer at Turtle Pond just after five o'clock yesterday, and that's when the diving air team showed up to start searching. After more than two hours, they found the swimmer who was pronounced dead at the scene. Now there have been over half a dozen drownings in Massachusetts over the past two months. State and local officials are said to be planning a press conference later to talk about water safety in Hyde Park. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, We've got a deal, President Biden says. The White House and a bipartisan.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Here officially, here we go. First full day of summer and again, I do want to reiterate because this just in from the National Weather Service if you're out in our Greste Great Western Massachusetts, part of the state. Right now we're traveling through that area. There is a risk of some thunderstorms today that could be intense with hail and strong winds. Now the rest of us could be getting some strong thunderstorms in Tuesday's forecast. Otherwise today just very hot. It's going to be 90 inland. It'll feel like it's 100 closer to 80 at the beach, but we're already at 81 degrees in Plymouth, for example, Worcester seeing 87 right now, Boston is at 85 tonight. If you're headed out for dinner, there is a risk of some showers. Later on, So I think you'll be able to get out and have a meal. Get home. And then here comes a little bit of rain ahead of that stormy Tuesday hot and humid tonight Low around 70. Getting a shot before catching a flight. A temporary Covid 19 vaccination clinic is opening up at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut. Now this clinic is right in the baggage claim area. It will run daily from 11 am until seven PM until Friday. No appointment is necessary to get the shot. And a major airline is warning customers. Bad weather and labor shortages could affect your flight. Let's get right to James Rojos at Logan Airport. There's a lot of strain on the airline industry and the same goes for American Airlines. They released a statement saying the first few weeks of June brought unprecedented whether to their largest hubs, heavily impacting operations that combined with labour shortages and the incredibly quick ramp up of customer demand. Over the weekend. Some 300 flights were canceled nationwide, with the airlines, saying there could Be another 50 to 80 cancellations a day through mid July, and Logan James RoHaas WBZ, Boston's news radio, and at Logan Today, five American flights were delayed so far, one was canceled. So do call ahead or check online. Just a horrible father's Day. Weekend tragedy in Wrentham for Family in Mourning, A one year old boy drowned in the family pool during a gathering Saturday. This is rent the police chief Bill McGrath. Don't think it's going to happen, especially when you have so many people in the general area who can miss this. You always think if it's not your eyes on on the president on the on the child. It's someone.

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03:09 min | 2 years ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The 7 37 Max has been grounded since March of 2019 following two deadly crashes and that CBS is Diane King. Hall reporting. The National Institutes of Health announces to clinical trials investigating a treatment for those battling the Corona virus. N I. H director Dr Francis Collins says it is being developed by drugmaker Eli Lilly will be earnestly seeking individuals. Have been found to be infected with SARS Kobe to virus and who are interested in taking part and seeking answers to a critical question. Can monoclonal antibodies reduce severity of covert 19? Can that approach even saved lot. Collins says that he is thrilled that they've reached this stage of development so quickly and division among doctors on using the malaria drug hydroxy Chlor Quinn to treat the Corona virus. Doctor Kristen held Head of the Association of American Physicians. Insurgents points to a study that was done by the Henry Ford Health System, a known drug that we have it's cheap. It's plentiful is shown to be a zinc ion afford that gets the sink into the cell and fights and protects the long and prevents the virus from replicating. Meanwhile, though, infectious disease experts like Dr Anthony Fauci say that that study was flawed because it was not randomized, and it did not include a pussy. Ebo group to show any differences in those who were treated with or without the drug. Our health authorities say that we could see another resurgence of a polio like disease since the mysterious illness first showed up in 2014. CDC Chief Robert Redfield says there seems to be an outbreak every two years of a FM, and that means 2020 could see one coalition should suspect at them. In patients with sudden limb weakness. Actually during the month of August through November. Acute placid myelitis or a F Him is a neurological disease that's rare, but very serious. More than 90% of the cases have been in young Children. Pretty Cupid for CBS News Atlanta one impact of the Corona virus outbreak disinfectant wipes have become harder to find than a snowflake in August. A B C's Alex Stone says. It could be this way for a while. There's a chance we could get a vaccine before you can buy Clorox wipes the CEO of Clorox, saying today that store shelves likely won't be fully stocked with wipes until next year comes down, he says to a complex supply chain ingredients come from China. Rocks keeps extra products on hand for bad flu seasons, But the company says this demand has been far beyond anything it anticipated at like Stone. ABC News, A new pop up covert testing site is open in South Boston. BBC's James Rojo says it's free and anyone can get a test those with or without cove. Its symptoms are being encouraged to get tested here at Moakley Park off of Columbia Road. There are over half a dozen white tents that have been set up and we'll begin testing today and continue through. August 15th week days are from 2 p.m. to seven o'clock at night on Saturdays. It's 10 a.m. to 3.

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"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"james rojo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For doing them. Business meetings with the federal mediator continued today between Bath Ironworks and its biggest union, More than 4000 workers have been on strike for more than a month. Progress on a new contract is close to hitting a wall for a change. It's not raises that's driving the stalled talks here. It's the insistence that the General Dynamics Shipyard in Maine step up. It's subcontractor deals at less money. The union is turning to the Navy secretary to find out if it even endorses such a move. And being in the business of textbook publishing is not for the faint of heart. These days, Boston's Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has been taking its lumps one of the hardest hit public companies throughout the pandemic. Some encouraging news, though, is the world goes online. The publisher is ramping up its digital game. It's new online platform for teachers is giving the company a bounce in its Wall Street step after getting pummeled for much of this year, even though the car came before the horse when it came to announcing New International and American base steals. At 6 26 If you want a martini or maybe a whiskey sour to go with your takeout order, you Khun do that here in Massachusetts. Now, W. B C's James Rojo says everything you need to know about a brand new law. Ifyou're still now ready to sit down at a restaurant and order a cocktail. Well, now you can take that drink on the go. Governor Baker has signed the bill that allows mixed drinks and sealed containers to be sold alongside food orders. There's a two drink limit per transaction. And each container having a 64 ounce cap. If you are picking it up while in the car, it should be left in the trunk. Bars and restaurants will be allowed to do this until the state of emergency and Sze or by the end of February of next year, James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio I've heard the jokes about the pandemic. 15. All that look, everybody's allowed to indulge once in a while, we all do it. If you're looking for an excuse to do so today, other than you want to today's apparently national junk food Day. Not exactly clear where this holiday came from, among many others, but the term junk food and it's bad rap came from a man called Michael Jacobson. He's a microbiologist who studied at MIT E. Back in the seventies, he was focused on getting us to cut our consumption. Stephen and Margie Kate's co owners of kitchen views at national lumber. When customers come into our showroom, they want to learn about the process and what.

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President Trump, Los Angeles and Leeann Tweeden discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:20 sec | 4 years ago

President Trump, Los Angeles and Leeann Tweeden discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

"Campaign adviser for President Trump has been sentenced to jail, and we'll have to pay a fine for lying to the FBI. President. Trump said he's had no contact with George popadopoulos popadopoulos. I don't know. I'm sitting in what picture that's the only thing. I know about I don't know. They got him on. Guess a couple of lives

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Syringes found at Sherman Oaks park sparks concern

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

02:45 min | 4 years ago

Syringes found at Sherman Oaks park sparks concern

"The fire department. Now Supporters of LA, congresswoman Maxine Waters are happy that members of an all right group did not follow through with their plan to. Protest yesterday members of the oath Capers an anti-government. Group it didn't show up to protest the lawmaker who told people to confront members of President Trump's cabinet in. Public, however dozens of her. Supporters the data said that Maxine Waters is a terrorist and that she's, violent, right and she incited violence yet they never said anything about Trump who actually incited, violence no confirmed members of the outright group showed up though several, people suspected of being members were chased away and their American flag Burnden though no injuries were reported in south. LA James Rojo's KABC, news Republican party activists have selected, Charlotte North Carolina for the site of their twenty twenty political. Convention police are warning parents at two syringes were found at a playground in Sherman, oaks one. Syringe the first one found that the playground at the Van Nuys Sherman oaks rec center. Yesterday afternoon so the playground was shut down. While parks and recreation workers sifted through the. Sandbox and found a second syringe LAPD officer Michael Perez tells NBC four news at they're stepping up their parole. Patrols of the park now anyone smoking drinking loitering. Camping in the park officers are going to be stopping them talking to them getting their information and see if. They, have warrants and this. Is going to be a total enforcement of of this park police believe, those, syringes were left behind by a group of homeless people who live nearby Walt Disney, studios fired James Gunn today as director of the upcoming sequel to, guardians of the galaxy after some old Twitter posts resurfaced which included joking references to issues like rape pedophilia and. Aids according to the, Hollywood reporter gun has been working, on the script for the third installment of the guardians of. The galaxy film series which was expected to begin filming this fall in Atlanta when, guns Twitter. Posts began surfacing this week he tweeted a leg These. Statements saying the old comments do not reflect who he. Is today and in a victory for California gun owners the ninth circuit court has upheld a temporary order to stop the. State from confiscating high-capacity ammo magazine it was a surprise that the normally liberal-leaning appellate court. Upheld, the lower court's temporary, injunction the decision was largely based on the argument that until the constitutionality of the confiscation of once legal ammunition clips legally purchased, decided the state should not take any of them because there can be no presumption that the taking is lawful and that part of the second amendment does include. The right to own a gun that has potential militia use so for now anyway gun owners in California can hang onto their high, capacity magazines until the constitutionality.

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ACLU sues Los Alamitos over anti-sanctuary ordinance

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

01:07 min | 4 years ago

ACLU sues Los Alamitos over anti-sanctuary ordinance

"Kabc news live and local four thirty i'm john wolf aclu is suing the city of los alamitos after it officially passed an ordinance to opt out of california's sanctuary state law here's james rojo's with more over a dozen immigrant rights advocates delivered the lawsuit to city hall by hand attorney henry joseph berg los alamitos resident and plaintiff on the lawsuit says the courts are the ones to determine constitutionality the department of justice is suing the state of california to determine the constitutionality of the california values act that is how it's supposed to be done in a statement los alamitos mayor pro tem warren coosa modo said it would be prudent to speak about the lawsuit without having gone into close to session with his colleagues in los alamitos james rowe haas kabc news dsp's is a preliminary examination of the engine that failed on the southwest flight yesterday showed evidence of mental fatigue the cause of death for jennifer reardon of new mexico is now been determined to be blunt impact trauma which it dr drew mentioned earlier this afternoon as his guests and it's been reported by a local media outlet fellow passenger joe marcus praised.

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