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

WBZ Midday News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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Boston - Patriots Fans Agree With Postponed Game

WBZ Morning News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Patriots Fans Agree With Postponed Game

"Jets again this weekend as the team is sidelined as Corona virus kicks this week's game with the Broncos. Next weekend. Honestly, I just thought like we're going to keep getting cases surprise for that fan but certainly disappointment to the NFL postpones the Pats game from what was scheduled to be an afternoon kickoff today after another player tests positive this weekend, shutting down the Patriots facility at Gillette Stadium. Now three players have tested positive and another is sidelined. After either a positive test or exposure to someone with the virus. This is the second weekend in a row Patriots games have been shuffled questions about the quarterbacks. Availability are still off of the air and now Cam Newton's own father. He's throwing in his two cents on the subject. Let's check in on Fort Foxboro this morning at the latest with W. P. Z's James Ross. Good Morning, James. Good morning. So this is the third schedule change for the Patriots in the past 10 days because of covert concerns. But the good news is when the Patriots do play the Broncos Cam Newton maybe back behind center, according to his dad, Cecil, who spoke too optimistic Lee to ABC News. I'm sure he's roaring to go to play. We were close in the last game. Kansas City that is, and I know it was kind of eating him to not be a participant, but you can't compromise the safety of the team. Yeah, good news, though. Cam Newton, apparently not experiencing symptoms, and his dad says he is prepared. The Patriots Broncos game rescheduled for this upcoming Sunday pending Koven 19 test results. James RoHaas W. B

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Collapses at a religious retreat in the southern New Hampshire town off New Ipswich late yesterday, as well. More than half a million mail in ballots have been rejected from this year's primary elections. The Washington Post reports a quarter of those come from battleground states, and many are the result of missed delivery deadlines. Meantime, here in Massachusetts more time for counting mail in ballots is on the agenda at the state Supreme Court today, BBC's James Ross tells us the state's high court will hear arguments related to concerns about post office delays. Good morning, James. Good morning So under current law, mail in ballots for the upcoming primary election must be received by the U. S. Post Service by September 1st. But a lawsuit found by noon City Councilor Becky Grossman would make it so male imbalance would still be counted if they were postmarked by election Day. This would also extend the deadline for counting by 10 days Now, Grossman is worried that recent changes at the USPS are slowing its ability to deliver mail and balance. She's running to replace US Congressman Joe Kennedy, who is trying to replace US Senator Ed Markey. Now the state Supreme Judicial Court will be listening to him. Arguments of via teleconference later this morning. James RoHaas W B Z, Boston's NewsRadio James Thank you less drama and more Mama. The motivation for Kellyanne Conway, the longtime adviser to President Trump says she's leaving the White House next week. This president's policies have helped the job creators. The job holders and the job seekers of the president's favored senior advisor says it's time to spend more time with her family. Her husband, George Conway, says he'll give up his work with Project Lincoln. A controversial political action committee aimed at defeating the president and flipping the Senate to Democrat. The move comes almost immediately after the Conway's teenage daughter announces on social media. That she wants emancipation from her parents. CBS NEWS White House reporter Finn Gomez with the departure of Kellyanne Conway, the president is losing one of his most vocal defenders, who is battled the pressure on a nearly daily basis, her very combative Press conferences with the press have become sort of infamous at the White House. Killian Conway signs off less drama More Mama in a nutshell. That's what it is. She's focusing on her family. She says she's leaving the sort of the drama that surrounds the White House to roll her position. The decision, and the announcement comes just as the Republican National Convention gears up in North Carolina tonight. It's 603. Let's take you onto the highways this Monday morning we check in with traffic and weather together. First, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Laurie Grandi is with us. Morning, Laurie. Good morning, Jeff. Good to talk to you. We do have a couple of problems out there. Already a serious condition on Route 28 north and south on in stone on that roadway is closed off. North between Mafia lab and Elm Street and the South on sat between North Street in al Mystery. The problem is a leading utility pole. So crews on the scene there trying to deal with that this morning. Also gotta crash This is south on for 95 at 93 in and over. You want to keep it away over to the left hand side approaching this situation. Lever connector down Rapids Jam now from 93 getting onto Storrow Drive. 70 Storrow. Already this morning story, Dr. Eastbound Box track wedged under the silver Way footbridge. The right hand lane is blocked off their stored Ivy's not at Kenmore Square and heavier volume North, not expressway as well. The Ponte it circle getting a past Southampton Street. Let's see how true one is rolling Now. David struck Feli No with the mob for insurance copter. It's a quick trip south on one this morning Glory, no troubles through the traffic lights and PVT. A light volume through Lynnfield and dogs all the way through the route. 16 David Pelino by pre insurance doctor All right. Thanks, David. Yeah, the Tobins still in good shape. Just keep in mind. We get that right lane restricted now between center Street and I'm sorry between Carter Street that center span Laurie granted doubly busy traffic on.

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Boston - Massachusetts Updates Guidance On Schools Reopening Based On New Coronavirus Map

WBZ Morning News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Massachusetts Updates Guidance On Schools Reopening Based On New Coronavirus Map

"Virus here in Massachusetts, you need to do all you can to keep your family in yourselves safe, but families they're calling on Governor Charlie Baker to release a unified message for what it's going to take to get kids back to school around the state health officials say most cities and towns are good to go with some face to face instruction. But W. B C's James Ross tells us this morning, Mork communities are now at elevated risk for the virus. A new color coded map shows the level of community risk and recommendations. The state Department of Education and Secondary Education says school districts in red zones should go with all remote learning yellow zones could go with the hybrid or remote learning model, and that's followed by green and white zones where the risk is low and full in person. Instruction is allowed. In Boston Public schools falls into the yellow category. Mayor Marty Wolf says they're prepared For any possibility. We're providing Plexi glass in vinyl separators. Oh, I ordered over five. Almost 5000 pizza plexiglass, providing nurses rooms with properly ventilated isolation spaces. 46 communities in the state are in the red and yellow zones. James RoHaas W. B Z Boston's

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Boston to reopen tourism industry⁠—with safety measures

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston to reopen tourism industry⁠—with safety measures

"The tourist industry in Boston is preparing to reopen with some extra safety measures WBC James Ross tells us how one popular tour company is evolving you could start seeing the old town trolley tour buses rolling again as soon as June twenty ninth that's if things continue to go well general manager Chris Compton says it's been a challenging few months and they're glad to see things starting to re open hopefully winning the battle I don't wanna be too over confident but it's it's nice to see that it looks like we're moving in the right direction he says they've taken steps to mitigate the virus's spread all the trolleys a white stand inside every surface will be sanitized during the day we repeat this whole process we're going to be wiping Charlie stand silent sizing throughout the day disinfecting all the areas trolleys then normally said forty to forty five people well only have ten to twelve in the meantime drivers and riders wearing a

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Boston protesters call for defunding of police department

WBZ Morning News

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Boston protesters call for defunding of police department

"Marks two weeks since the death of George Floyd and and protesters protesters continued continued to to fill fill the the streets streets of of Boston Boston and and beyond beyond please please tell tell us us protectors protectors began began its its in in Boston Boston among among other other things things calling on mayor Marty Walsh to de fund the police department most of the protests have taken a peaceful turn in the city outside governor Charlie Baker's house in Swampscott and in Lawrence as well we're WBZ's James Ross tells us at least two were taken into custody peaceful protests were held on Friday Sunday afternoon at a makeshift one on Sunday night near the Lawrence police station the majority of those participating in the last demonstration was made up of mostly late teens and those in their twenties including this young woman brothers and I don't think they're going to have to going to see the chief of police did come out to talk to the crowd which was still upset following the arrest of two protesters wanted that challenged officers after climbing over a barricade and another for throwing water bottles at them

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Start of twenty four south is backed up a bit and then further down on twenty four delays and random that's a lane taken by route forty four miking for WBZ's traffic on the threes some clouds building in this afternoon is it been a couple of sprinkles around mostly to the the south and the west into what parts of Connecticut out parts western mass couple sprinkles around we'll see a few areas of drizzle tonight with some fog developing late Ron temperatures in the mid sixties tomorrow will start out damp and dreary talk to drizzle then breezy humid in the afternoon eventually a stray shower could pass through the area seventy seven for the high in Boston low eighties north west upper sixties over the Cape and islands as we head into tomorrow night and Saturday morning a shower or thunderstorm or two around and then we get some sunshine in here by Saturday afternoon a little bit lower humidity to five seventy seven Sunday less humid plenty of sunshine high near seventy as we look ahead staying cool as we had early into next week they'll be sunshine around the temperatures for Monday even Tuesday only in the mid to upper sixties city seventy six degrees right now in Boston a man is killed four others were injured in an overnight shooting in Dorchester WBC's James Ross tells us there was also a separate shooting and a stabbing that sent to other people to the hospital a shooting on Ames street off of blue hill Avenue happened just before midnight and left five men shot candles have already been set up for one of them who died Boston police commissioner William cross says this incident happened around the same time that another shooting and stabbing took place on mass house one person was reported shot and another stabbed those two individuals so ply to local area hospitals now it's not clear if there's any connection between that and sedan and the shooting here on Ames street no word on motives or suspects in Dorchester James Rowe Haas WBZ.

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Pop-up drive-in theater opens up at Gillette Stadium

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Pop-up drive-in theater opens up at Gillette Stadium

"Have been many long touchdown drives on the few Victor let stadium now outside the stadium a drive in WBZ's James Ross with more in a temporary drive in theater next to the stadium in Foxboro the first film to play outside showcase cinema deluxe and patriot place is one of the most popular movies of all time raiders of the Lost Ark the driving is such a great way for showcase to be the first step towards welcoming movie goers back mark Milanowski VP of global marketing says all proceeds of that film or going to the Foxborough food bank this pop up drive in is also a blast from the past showcase was one of the first movie exhibitors to start drive ins and we had the sunrise drive in in nineteen thirty eight on Long Island and then through the thirties forties fifties and even early part of sixties drive ins were a big part of who we work newer films like onward and sonic the hedgehog will play the following Friday's in June check

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Boston - 1700 newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts

WBZ Morning News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Boston - 1700 newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts

"The battle along the front lines continues on as Massachusetts continues to be right in the center of the corona virus pandemic WBC's James Ross joins us live this morning and tells us the state the state is seeing a spike after a moderate decline of day today confirmed cases morning James good morning so the state recorded over seventeen hundred newly confirmed cases on Wednesday that's after experiencing a slight decline over the past previous five days federal guidelines for beginning to reopen businesses require eight consecutive fourteen day period of confirmed cases going down governor Baker says despite the dip we saw it's still too early to draw any conclusions first a few days does not represent a trend we seen this data bounce around before and secondly the number of positive tests is entirely dependent on who you test now there are nearly forty three thousand confirmed cases in Massachusetts with over twenty one hundred deaths attributed to cope in nineteen in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston

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‘This Is Not Boston Marathon Day’: Runners Reminded To Stay Away From Course

WBZ Morning News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

‘This Is Not Boston Marathon Day’: Runners Reminded To Stay Away From Course

"Well today we would have been the one hundred twenty fourth running of the Boston Marathon but it's a virus had other plans the coronavirus has postponed the marathon but some runners are defying advisories against running the route WBZ's James Ross joins us live now from Boylston street with more good morning James good morning Jeff now several people were seen at leaving Hopkinton early this morning taking pictures and hugging family members before beginning to run the twenty six point two mile course that's exactly what town and city officials are discouraging people from doing saying it puts first responders and others at risk this is Boston mayor Marty Walsh's message to those ignoring state home advisories it's not a great accomplishment you're not gonna be celebrated for it no one's gonna be clapping for you and I would ask you not to do it there's no need to do it yeah this is the first spring in a hundred and twenty four years there will be no Boston Marathon it's been postponed until September here at the finish line at the moment it's quiet and empty and that's so officials want to

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Massachusetts, Boston see rising number of COVID-19 cases

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts, Boston see rising number of COVID-19 cases

"Massachusetts right now has the third highest rate of coronavirus cases in the nation behind New York and New Jersey Suffolk County is seeing the biggest spike in cases including Boston that's where we find WBZ's James Ross this morning the peak of covert nineteen cases is expected to hit the city of Boston in about a week and a half but mayor Walsh says that means we're still going to see more new cases and deaths afterward going into may and possibly June we're still seeing a pretty steady increase here in the city of Boston five positive coronavirus cases he says we need help from the federal government to expand testing even more so we can catch the number sampling of people to really get an understanding of of what we're dealing with the city of Boston has over forty seven hundred confirmed cases with a hundred and twenty two

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The ‘surprising’ number of asymptomatic COVID-19 cases in Boston’s homeless shelters has advocates scrambling

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

The ‘surprising’ number of asymptomatic COVID-19 cases in Boston’s homeless shelters has advocates scrambling

"Growing concerns that the homeless population and Boston is spreading coronavirus without even knowing it WBZ James Ross tells us it is spreading a symptomatic of the three hundred and ninety seven people tested at pine street in about a third came back positive for cove in nineteen never showing symptoms no one expected this degree of a symptomatic spread Dr Jim o'connell as president of the Boston health care for the homeless program we worry about what happened what is happening in shelters all across the country wait no one is being tested X. unless you have a symptom so if it's if I'm treating is typical of what may be going on in other search cities we have a major problem and how to control the and contain the virus he says unlike most people the homeless can't practice mitigation efforts like washing hands on a regular basis or staying alone with no resources he says universal testing is the best option

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bringing the total number up to two hundred and sixty with the very latest track on the cases across the state WBZ's James Ross is joining us live with more good morning James good morning Jim now of the two hundred and sixty recorded deaths in the state nineteen of them are right here in Boston right now the state looking at nearly fourteen thousand cases an increase of thirteen hundred compared to the day before the city of Boston has just over two thousand confirmed cases of that only about two hundred people have made full recoveries it also appears that Middlesex County now has the most cases outpacing Suffolk County for the first time still the age range with the most cases continues to be those between fifty and fifty nine years old however this is now followed up by those between forty and forty nine years old in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio at five oh one at yesterday's coronavirus task force briefing at the White House president trump offering up his best wishes to British prime minister Boris Johnson who has now been transferred to the ICU at St Thomas hospital in London his condition taking a turn for the worst as he fights his battle with covert nineteen he tested positive some ten days ago meantime here at hall Boston sports clubs now facing a federal lawsuit over charging members dues while the health clubs are close because due to the corona virus outbreak Attorney General Maura Healey sending the company's CEO a letter last week demanding they stopped charging customers who ask to have their accounts frozen or canceled they shut down on March sixteenth and also had layoffs in the federal government's also sending in help for two private nursing homes in the state department of Veterans Affairs providing assistance for the hunt nursing home in Danvers also the trial well a nursing home in Norwood twelve VA staffers have been deployed to those two facilities also at Monday's coronavirus task force briefing at the White House the president highlighting the number of tests have been conducted for covert nineteen across the country saying there is a light at the end of the tunnel Dr Anthony Fauci S. yesterday if the country will be going back to normal when all this is over sometime down the line right now we are in a very intense mitigation if you want to get to pre corona virus you know that that might not have happened in the sense of the fact that the threat is there but I believe with the therapies that will be coming on line with the fact that I feel confident that over a period of time we will get a good vaccine that we will never have to get back to where we are right back now is getting back to normal they will get back to normal and the number of confirmed infections across the country is out over three hundred forty seven thousand the number of dead across the U. S. has eclipsed ten thousand three hundred five oh three as we get going on this Tuesday morning let's head to the roads with traffic and weather together Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on three's good morning Laurie Grady Hey good morning to you Jim and things are moving well for so far out there really no major problems likely no accidents no incidents to tell you about right now but just wanna remind you of course that the expressway is a ten minute ride from Braintree to Boston and that HOV lane is closed of course until further notice because we just don't need it right now north of town you're okay I. ninety three southbound through with doing all the way into Medford earlier work crews at that we have had cleared out of the Ted Williams tunnel and things are looking good in the airport tells right now real one is wide open through Saudi so no complaints so far in the pike between Middlebury and Boston will keep an eye on everything for you this morning I'm Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast in this portion of the news is brought to you by rabino allaying wealth partners as we look out there today it's going to be another beauty on top we're getting up to sixty degrees with sunshine and patchy clouds and weather yesterday as long as you're keeping that social distancing and keeping some of the time on the down low outside that you are going to be enjoying some good weather out there for the afternoon once again today will be getting up to a high of sixty for the afternoon with sunshine just a few clouds around then we head down to a low of forty three degrees later tonight things are taking a turn Wednesday into Thursday tomorrow it's going to be cooler we'll see some morning rain showers out there a high of only forty eight for your Wednesday similar conditions on Thursday in fact we'll see some afternoon showers instead of the morning rain on Thursday looks like though even though we're not gonna be warming up we should be clearing up a little bit as we had Friday into Saturday into Sunday this weekend we might see a passing shower on Friday with a high of forty seven Saturday into Sunday we're looking at staying dry right now into the lower fifties in and around Boston right now we're looking at forty six degrees up in Salem we're at forty five in Sudbury right now thirty nine in Randolph and in Boston we are at forty eight degrees with a few clouds around it's five oh five on WBZ newsradio one news conference at the headquarters of eastern.

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"james ross" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Started actually in the Bible where it talks about how tribes coming out of the north countries out of the hollow earth on a highway of ice and then let's see Edmond Halley in sixteen twenty nine came up with the theory of multiple crafts and then then add real bird and then it was marshal Gardner in nineteen sixty five he patented the idea of a hollow earth and actually died on one of the wages got pneumonia and died and one of my own ancestors back in eighteen thirty one Sir James Ross was driven like a mad man to to find the north magnetic pole and he did not succeed at first try his C. ship got caught in the ice and crashed and they had to bail out of the ship on the ice and survive the winter and were picked up the next you know spring and then we got another ship and did it again and that time he found it how did you how did you discover the north magnetic pole they used a primitive magnetometer in those days you just kind of follow the flux lines along the the seat until you reach a point where they reach zero in other words all the flood plains of the plans are coming in right on top of you and it was later verified after we had submarines in the early nineteen hundreds and he was nineteen thirty seven I think they validated the north magnetic pole discovered by Sir James Ross in eighteen thirty one now let's talk back about admiral Byrd at the some of the things he saw were pretty dramatic occupants restore gamble's UFOs.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is bill Rakoff the house is making a concerted effort to enforce social distancing during today's voting on the corona virus relief bill according to guidance from the house sergeant at arms members will be divided into sixteen voting groups of thirty each that will minimize the number of people on the floor at any given time they'll be required to use sanitizer before entering and leaving the chamber afterward it heads to president trump's desk he has said he will sign it into law all right away CBS news update Ahmed Piper governor Charlie Baker on loading his frustrations and im leasing the crack in during his news conference yesterday calling on the federal government to do much more when it comes to providing for the state's health care workers this request comes as the number of cases in hospitals continues to and Reese W. B. C.'s James Ross's at Boston Medical Center and joins us now with more blive good morning James good morning yeah governor Baker would have really hardest to hide that frustration saying the entire country is struggling other currently well over twenty four hundred cases of carbon nineteen in the state over a hundred involved Boston health care workers Baker says it's been enormously frustrating trying to get medical professionals the gear they need to confirm the orders for millions of pieces of gear is separate in front of us and I can't tell you how frustrating it is you know we now have other orders that are outstanding that are probably quote unquote concerned but we literally got to the point where a basic position is until the guy until the thing shows up here in the Commonwealth of mass it doesn't exist yeah Baker recently telling the president that we should not rely on a stockpile of equipment but.

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Harvard tells students not to return from spring break

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Harvard tells students not to return from spring break

"Harvard university's taking measures to reduce the risk of corona viruses spreading on their campus the BBC's James Ross tells us students are being told to stay away after spring break in addition to students being told to stay home after spring break students living at the dorms must be out with their belongings by the fifteenth I have an exam in an hour and to my body still shaking after getting those emails freshman Benton Nagle says he can't focus on his exam today because he needs to figure out how to leave though he understands the precautions my bigger concern is like everyone going home whether to internationally or domestic and coming back to campus the and then bring it to the Cambridge community Harvard also in the process of transitioning courses to be taken online as well as having nonessential gatherings limited to no more than twenty five

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio WBZ and I if eight thirty in Boston Friday morning starting to look real good here in the city and warming up quickly to now forty one degrees will make a run at fifty little bit later today the clouds back in the picture and some rain overnight tonight thank you for driving to work with us today I'm Jeff brown here's what's going on in flight on a Boston bones aircraft from Los Angeles it lands at Logan just before midnight but a heated arguments on board and state police surround that aircraft when it touches down WBZ's James Ross has more on the flight that led to a woman being escorted off the plane flight three eighty two from LA to Boston was met by three state police officers at the gate around eleven thirty overnight they pulled the woman off after she allegedly berated fellow passengers and flight attendants when this is tell WBZ TV the woman seemed restless irritated swearing at others and at one point pushing past another woman who was left shaken the person pulled from the flight allegedly got into a verbal argument with other passengers in another section of the plane before trying to switch seats state police say the captain of the flight chose to not press charges and no one was arrested at Logan James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio eight thirty one breaking news the labor department says last February's jobs report employers added more than two hundred seventy thousand jobs the unemployment rate stands at three and a half percent the US it surged last month jobs numbers the biggest gain since may of two thousand eighteen and that indicates the labor.

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Boston: Newton North Students, Staff Who Went To Italy Told To Stay Home Amid Coronavirus Fears

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Newton North Students, Staff Who Went To Italy Told To Stay Home Amid Coronavirus Fears

"Coronavirus remains front and center in the US the latest illnesses in Rhode Island and New York City for those on the west coast fears are heightened after a second person near Seattle dies from the coronavirus WBZ James Ross reports a group of north Newton north high school students and staff are being told to stay home this is out of an abundance of caution according to superintendent David Fleishman he says under the direction of the state department of public health the group of new north high school students and staff will stay home until further notice they got back from Italy on Saturday after a month long trip Italy currently has the most corona virus cases of any country outside of Asia Fleischman says they want to prevent any potential exposure to staff and students at Newton north high school James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"James Ross telling us police will soon be on the lookout for all you distracted drivers state police are going to be four patrols beginning Sunday when the hands free bill goes into effect most say it's about time idea I mean it's better to be safe than sorry like always with because people driving the taxes accidents I'm also guilty of it it's too tempting I think this will help your accident now though the law kicks in on Sunday police will begin giving warnings through March but after that expect to pay hefty fines at the garden James R. O. hasta you be easy Boston's news radio it's twelve forty seven members of a family killed in a crash while vacationing in Florida said to be honored tonight at a vigil in Whitman mother Julie Smith two children eleven year old Jackson and five year old scarlet grandmother Josephine Faye died after a pick up truck struck the van they were driving in just outside of Disney world WBZ TV show in NYC Donald has more say in Smith family said in a statement today greatly appreciate the outpouring of support and prayers as we process the events of this horrific tragedy we are truly heartbroken there are no answers that makes sense about what happened marine Patterson CD of Boston Medical Centers good grief program encourages local parents to let kids lead the way in processing this grief for when we're letting kids ask ask the questions we're finding out what's worrying them why information is hard for them to understand that could including society about gas car safety and travel for a while we want to protect our kids and we want to shield them from hard things there's gonna be some pain and the visual be tonight at seven o'clock at Whitman middle school it's twelve forty eight now the signing of a peace agreement between the United States in the Taliban set for just days away a reduction in violence will start at midnight in Afghanistan the Taliban leadership is told regional commanders to stay in touch twenty four seven and remain in a defensive position in an audio message to its members it says this is a week for peace after the seven day period a U. S. Taliban peace agreement could be signed at del hop which would pave the way for Afghan to Afghan talks and possibly a draw down of some US forces and is CBS's Cammy McCormick reporting for more details about what the space force will be looking for in its officers shipment at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland decide upon graduation whether they want to serve in the navy or the marines and so it will be for graduates from the US airforce academy in Colorado springs starting this spring graduates can decide whether to become commissioned officers in the airforce or they could serve in the new US space force which was authorized in December as part of the national defense authorization act but the space force will be selective only sixty cadets will be cross commission into the space force from this initial class Jim shot of the C. B. S. news it's twelve forty nine players on the U. S. women's national soccer team taking on the U. S. soccer federation and this time the playing field is the court's WBZ's lower Kirby is here with more I guess Megan Rapinoe knows how to win she and her teammates believe.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty degrees in Boston with light rain at eleven thirty good morning I'm Laurie Kirby here's what's happening winter rearing its ugly head for the first time in a while this morning several inches and more in Fitchburg widget in in Lunenburg as Worcester county receives the jackpot of snow taking my time a plane to catch so in a little bit of a rush is a tricky ride to work does it get better soon dean devore almost there is now gone over to rain still some icing is north and west of the city this morning it'll stay rainy and drizzly through the afternoon clouds linger low forties and then sharply colder temperatures real feels ending up in the teens later tonight into tomorrow traffic and weather together coming up in two minutes hazmat crews are clearing a drug manufacturing company in Newbury port after a series of explosions rocked the facility early this morning WBZ's James Ross reports no one was injured the very force five fighters had just responded to the manufacturing building here on opportunity way when they saw black smoke starting to billow and immediately accounted for explosions so we evacuated the building deputy fire chief Steven Bradbury shortly thereafter within another ten to fifteen minutes we encountered three more explosions pulled out of forty five by three foot hole in the roof a level two hazmat team was called in to assess the damage at the moment a cause for the explosions is unknown the company PCI synthesis has been cited before for multiple violations paying thousands of dollars in.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Storm sandy will now come once a decade Vicki Barker CBS news London planters peanuts presses pause on a marketing campaign leading up to Sunday's Superbowl the company killed off the fictitious Mr Pena after more than a century as the peanut pitchman now pulling its ad campaign following the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others planters gonna take a closer look at its strategy and next steps and while it's not clear how the campaign in the run up to the big game will play out the company says there are no plans to change the commercial that airs on Sunday which features Mr peanuts funeral a manufacturing mix up ends in missing messages on your Valentine's day candy WBZ's James Ross's on Boston common this morning to get reaction to the lack of sentiment he joins us now live good morning James good morning so not only will supplies be limited this year but of the chalky heart shaped candies that are released many will not have the ever so loving messages that we usually see on them the I love you and will you be mine now back in twenty eighteen at the spangled candy company bought the revere based company that used to make them for nearly a hundred and twenty years they've been trying to work as quickly as possible to bring back the Valentine's day sweets but the equipment needed to print on the tiny candy has it worked properly hence the blank slate I'm talking to folks out here many did tell me they in actually enjoy them I'm I guess the in the minority who just can't stand them but they are still excited that they are coming back even though they will not be sharing the messages of love but don't worry the original flavor is returning and as a bonus the company is bringing back the original recipe and two flavors banana and winter green just in time for your own sweetheart in Charlestown James row hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio and James another Superbowl commercial thinks it can teach us a thing or two about pack and I can.

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CDC confirms 3rd case of new coronavirus in U.S.

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

CDC confirms 3rd case of new coronavirus in U.S.

"The U. S. consulate in the epidemic stricken Chinese city of Wuhan will evacuate its personnel and some private citizens aboard a charter flight on Tuesday meanwhile here in the US health officials have confirmed a third case of the corona virus WBZ's James Ross tells us more the third case was confirmed in southern California's Orange County late last night the traveler had just come back from Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak that patient is in isolation at a hospital and is said to be in good condition confirmed cases in China meanwhile have risen to nearly two thousand with at least fifty six deaths reported Massachusetts health officials say the risk here is low at the moment but to take precautions to avoid getting sick while urging those with flu like symptoms to stay

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Downed Utility Poles Damage Cars, Knock Out Power In Cambridge

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Downed Utility Poles Damage Cars, Knock Out Power In Cambridge

"After several utility poles on Washington Street come down overnight and while initial reports said that a vehicle knock them down now there are questions about the cause WBZ's James Ross is on scene and he joins us live now with this update good morning James good morning now ever source says they believed a car or truck can damage the power poles leading to for being heavily damaged and of two of them coming coming down crashing to the ground damaging several cars but now Cambridge police and they say the power poles fell for no reason I just spoke to a couple of people who live in the apartments on Washington Street who saw the polls come crashing down themselves they say the same thing the polls came down on their own in the meantime power is out on Washington Street between Windsor and Portland streets power generators are being brought in to restore power preparing these polls look like they will take quite awhile to fix as the damage spans the entire block of

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Manhole Fires Knock Out Power To Several Businesses Near Faneuil Hall

WBZ Morning News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Manhole Fires Knock Out Power To Several Businesses Near Faneuil Hall

"Power is out for several buildings and businesses in the area of Boston city hall after manhole fires overnight would you please use James Ross is on scene and he joins us live now what's happening out there James so cruise with ever source they're keeping busy right now they're making repairs to damaged cables that cause smoke to start building out of man holes in the area of city hall and Faneuil hall about twenty or so businesses are without power also street lights in the area not working now can he manages one of the buildings affected here and I got a call around one o'clock this morning it was a manhole cover that I guess for about a hundred feet in the air I guess because some kind of fire on the ground and kind of changed around different areas around the city so is everybody notified department because somebody was on here and they'll ever sources trying to restore all the power throw Boston we lost power so in your cars but is still out it's still out yeah it's been out since right around that time twelve thirty one o'clock this morning now ever source is still evaluating what happened but says it couldn't find an explosion but did find an equipment issue with the cable meanwhile looks like Boston police and fire are packing up and are

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For like good canine ambassador who recently died here's WBZ's James Ross Carly Copley was with the hotel for six years acting as the canine ambassador before recently passing away a black Labrador was a quiet but friendly addition to the family who help the guests feel at home and she provided a lot of pet therapy for our guests and people in the community Mike eads is the Copley's doorman he adopted Carly before her retirement this past fall Carly been sick for a bit we weren't sure if she'd make her birthday slash retirement party and we're thankful that she was able to do that and she had a great day that day you know she did well she loved it she got to see some of our dog friends and yeah it was it was a nice moment Carly told her replacement the ropes or rather the leash Cory is the thirty canine ambassador but is already eager to follow in his predecessors paw prints in Copley square James row hasta UBC Boston's newsradio rallying around a Quincy high school hockey player seriously injured in a game last week WBZ's Chris fama spoke with Connor colleague who is still recovering normally stoic Connor cooling choked up as he described his thoughts laying on the ice motionless red be the scariest thing I've ever felt and after surgery to remove a disc in fuses spine in place I just started bawling riser and I'm I'm not a very emotional person but could I don't think I could control myself it was scary all I could think about is how close I air to being a mac fail to never move fortunately the surgery was a success some of his movement is back today he was able to feed himself tomorrow he hopes to take its first steps he knows the road to recovery will be long and he knows exactly what he wants to do once she's discharged from the hospital go see everyone go talk to everyone and go for a hug every single person and then because you're Hakim Harmison Chris fama WBZ Boston's news radio federal health officials say they've lifted the recall on letters the recall involving romaine lettuce grown in Salinas valley California has been lifted the CDC making the announcement following an investigation into an E. coli outbreak traced back to the leafy greens the strain at the height was reported across twenty seven states with a total of one hundred and sixty seven people affected no deaths were reported the FDA says it continues to look for the source of contamination at farms where the lettuce was grown Michelle Franzen ABC news U. S. immigration and customs enforcement has subpoena Denver law enforcement for information on for foreign nationals wanted for deportation and may consider expanding the unusual practice to other cities if necessary it's an escalation of the conflict between the feds and so called sanctuary cities like Denver and if city officials don't respond ice the homeland security agency responsible for arresting and deporting people in the U. S. illegally could take the subpoena to a federal judge who can order compliance and find them in contempt coming up we'll check traffic hi everybody this is Dan right Marcia age sixty six from Lexington chose Boston prolotherapy over invasive surgery for her hip I walk my dog a lot my social life is in the conservation woods in Lexington and it was getting harder and harder for me to walk to be with my grand children I was in pain I look like an old lady and I didn't want to be like an old lady I went to another orthopedic surgeon just to see if there was anything else that I could do besides prolotherapy that wouldn't be invasive and the doctor immediately set up the only thing I can do for you after looking at your X. ray is a hip replacement and I thought oh really well I'm not going to do that and I went back to doctor Frankie and I said yeah let's do the prolotherapy and I've had a series of five or six shots a year ago and miraculously the pain when I was walking completely went away so before going under the knife call Boston prolotherapy for a non invasive solution online at Boston prolotherapy dot com or call one eight three three GoPro that's one eight three three go.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For like eight canine ambassador who recently died here's WBZ's James Ross Carly Copley was with the hotel for six years acting as the canine ambassador before recently passing away a black Labrador was a quiet but friendly addition to the family who help the guests feel at home and she provided a lot of pet therapy for our guests and people in the community Mike eaves as the Copley's doorman he adopted Carly before her retirement this past fall Carly been sick for a bit we weren't sure if she'd make her birthday slash retirement party and we were thankful that she was able to do that and she had a great day that day you know she did while she loves you got to see some of our dog friends and yeah it was it was a nice moment Carly showed her replacement the ropes or rather the leash Cory is the thirty canine ambassador but is already eager to follow in his predecessors paw prints in Copley square James row hasta UBC Boston's newsradio rallying around a Quincy high school hockey player seriously injured in a game last week WBZ's Chris fama spoke with Connor colleague who is still recovering normally stoic Connor cooling choked up as he described his thoughts laying on the ice motionless red be the scariest thing I've ever felt and after surgery to remove a disc in fuses spine in place I just started bawling my eyes out and I'm I'm not a very emotional person but could I don't think I could control myself it was scary all I could think about is how close I air to being a mac fail to never move fortunately the surgery was a success some of his movement is back today he was able to feed himself tomorrow he hopes to take its first steps he knows the road to recovery will be long and he knows exactly what he wants to do once she's discharged from the hospital go see a go talk to everyone and go for a hug every single person and then because you're Hakim high muscle Chris Palmer WBZ Boston's news radio federal health officials say they've lifted the recall on letters the recall involving romaine lettuce grown in Salinas valley California has been lifted the CDC making the announcement following an investigation into an E. coli outbreak traced back to the leafy greens the strain at the height was reported across twenty seven states with a total of one hundred and sixty seven people affected no deaths were reported the FDA says it continues to look for the source of contamination at farms where the lettuce was grown Michelle Franzen ABC news U. S. immigration and customs enforcement has subpoena Denver law enforcement for information on for foreign nationals wanted for deportation and may consider expanding the unusual practice to other cities if necessary it's an escalation of the conflict between the feds and so called sanctuary cities like Denver and if city officials don't respond ice the homeland security agency responsible for arresting and deporting people in the U. S. illegally could take the subpoena to a federal judge who can order compliance and find them in contempt coming up we'll check traffic this is Dan rape you change the oil in your car regularly you don't wait for a problem to develop so why would your family's financial future be any.

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Weekend Warm Weather Breaks Records

WBZ Morning News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Weekend Warm Weather Breaks Records

"Three awakening here in Boston this morning and back to reality to is thirty six degrees and some snow flakes here in the greater Boston region this morning otherwise we're going to be warming up to the lower forties today so still above average but it's backed clouds and maybe a couple of breaks of sunshine that's the best we're gonna do today and probably the best we're going to do for the next couple of days to as temperatures will stay in the forties and lower fifties by Wednesday and then it gets a little bit dicey after that as we start to see some cooler temperatures on Thursday and pretty cold on Friday and the possibility of some snow moving in this upcoming weekend which by the way for most is another holiday weekend right now thirty six in Boston a nine oh five and certainly we go from shorts and tee shirts back to winter coats in the blink of an eye this morning WBZ's James Ross tells us it certainly is back to reality for us here in New England say goodbye to the warmer weekend weather and say hello to new England's cold frigid temperatures once again talking to folks out by the garden this morning most enjoy the warm weather but now they're convinced that that they're going to get sick with a drastic change in temperature right it went from seventy five to like thirty thirty five house that she's been for you a lot of people get sick from lot of people like cats and Cole gonna get sick hopefully that will move enough so when I call them which is find a way to get back inside okay so we broke record highs on Sunday reaching seventy four but now the National Weather Service says we're back to reality looking at a possibility of snow over the

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three day that is not bad out the door for mid January standards but not what we've been accustomed to especially this past weekend were thirty five degrees and mostly cloudy skies here at sun up in Boston and we're going to be dealing with mostly cloudy skies today maybe some breaks of sun but again above average temperatures will get to the lower forties much the same story tomorrow we're into the fifties on Wednesday and then we take a turn south is it gets much colder heading into the upcoming weekend were watching a potential store mmhm system moving in that could bring us some snow this upcoming weekend so stay tuned to that right now it's just clouds and thirty five in Boston at seven oh five you're gonna need the jacket as you kick off the work week acco winter coat may be to know T. shirt weather like this past weekend's WBZ's James Ross tells us we won't soon forget the last two days absolutely perfect James he joins us now good morning yeah good morning but also say goodbye to the warm a weekend weather and say hello to new England's cold frigid temperatures once again most of the folks I'm talking to outside the garden really enjoy the winter break and wouldn't mind another glimpse of summer that's the kind of what do you see in Florida get in flower I was great I like the warm weather not a big fan of the called us so it was good good little break what's it like going from summer back to winter I don't mind it I would prefer the cold honestly when it gets too hot it's uncomfortable for me anyway yeah one concern I'm hearing out here is that people are worried that they're going to get sick because of a drastic change in temperature Boston reached a record high for the date yesterday seventy four degrees which shattered the old record of sixty one at the garden James R. O. hasta you be easy Boston's news radio all right James thank you seven oh six firefighters catching a bit of a break these days in Australia where recent cooler temperatures and a little bit of rain of actually given them a bit of an upper hand in trying to control the massive wildfires which have joined forces to create a mega fire in addition to dealing with the environmental damage there.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ thirty radio station forty four degrees we have mostly cloudy skies in Boston it is ten thirty on this Friday morning and thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening all cold this morning but we are getting a lot more comfortable as we make our way throughout the day today and then this weekend it's going to be downright warm head of us as this weather is really going to be taking a turn WBZ's James Ross says got a short sonnet Manchester by the sea it's a bit chilly today but you can bet when we start creeping closer to the sixties more people in their four legged companions will be showing up Kim is out here early with her dog she says singing beach is a well known spot but there are plenty of other great areas where folks love going out to when the weather is good KPN is beautiful with Fraport as six monster in Manchester so they're all these beautiful beaches dot they're all over the place so everybody has their favorite beach now in the Boston area we're breaking sixty degrees here in Manchester by the sea we get close but not quite there still I'm sure folks to be appreciating a break from this week's wicked weather in Manchester by the sea James R. O. hasta BBC Boston's newsradio and ten thirty one on WBZ house Democrats approving a resolution on president trump's war powers asserting he must seek congressional approval before any military.

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Residents Evacuated After Partial Building Collapse in Boston's South End

WBZ Morning News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Residents Evacuated After Partial Building Collapse in Boston's South End

"Of a long abandoned building in Boston South and crumbles overnight good chunk of that five story brick building is now a simple pile of rubble in an alley forced the evacuation of some neighbors WBZ's James Ross is there and joins us now what happened James good morning good morning well let me tell you what I'm looking at first some of the guard rails and fire escape so this five story brick building our mangled and twisted precariously hanging off the wall while other parts of come crashing down into the alley behind often street near tram on the falling debris of of metal breaking glass also knock down some wires which is very unfortunate for the owner of a lightly damage the Dan that's parked out here now this building has been vacant for about twenty years so no one was inside when this happened last night though at least five neighbors to the left and right of the building have been evacuated bossa fire believes the structural stability was compromise over the years as water got in there and froze now in the meantime police are blocking off access to the alley to make sure no one gets hurt no word when those evacuating neighbors will be allowed to come back

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Salem mayor on Trump's witch trials remarks: "Learn some history"

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Salem mayor on Trump's witch trials remarks: "Learn some history"

"President trump meantime invoking the Salem witch trials with the impeachment process thus far he sent a letter and mentioned it to house speaker Nancy Pelosi meantime the city of Salem is reacting as we hear from WBZ's James Ross sailor mayor Kim Driskell says president trump to learn some history she tweeted in Salem sixteen ninety two there was an absence of evidence and powerless innocent victims who were hanged or pressed to death she added in this case there's ample evidence admissions of wrongdoing and the perpetrators are among the most powerful and privileged I ask the locals if they think the impeachment process is compatible to the Salem witch trials I don't

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It matters where you get your news WBZ news radio twenty degrees out there under sunny skies in Boston at ten o'clock temperature heading up to about thirty four this afternoon good morning everyone I'm are towing and here's what's happening winter weather was probably the reason for a gas leak in Lawrence yesterday that left the number of people nervous we'll have that story coming up in just a minute sorry about that two people were stabbed early this morning at a condo complex in Falmouth on in mash P. and that woman in her seventies suffered life threatening injuries and was med flight it to Boston a man in his thirties was also injured but his injuries are not life threatening police responded at around two thirty this morning when they got there the suspect charged at them he was taken to the hospital released and now remains in police custody winter weather was probably the reason for a gas leak in Lawrence that left some people living nearby very nervous WBZ's James Ross recall the gas was able to make quick work of the league here on Haverhill and name streets the Lawrence fire department says the change in weather likely cost iron pipes to crack no cruise repair the leak fairly quickly fire chief Brian Moriarty understands concerns from those living nearby we do have a hyper awareness we went through what disasters of right.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With the virus ABC's James Ross is there and joins us now James city leaders are about to do something about this problem yeah that's right now the risk of Tripoli it's reached a critical point for the city if they went around three dozen communities along the Massachusetts New Hampshire state line are also at risk now that horse that was found dead yesterday with the virus comes after four people were diagnosed with eastern equine encephalitis one woman has died from it here's math doing a mayor James did yoga at a press conference last night sixteen we cautious with this we don't want we don't want anybody to get sick we are taking this extremely seriously yes so much so that between now and September thirtieth all town in school activities and if they went well and at seven PM spring will take place tomorrow west of ninety three from seven thirty to midnight health officials are telling communities along the state line to take this seriously later this morning I think the city officials are meeting once again to see how they plan to move forward and if they win James throw hasta UBC Boston's news radio thank you James will he is the guy that starts the engine on the patriots offense every single Sunday but now it's next man up David Andrews goes down with the serious health scare WBZ's Jim McKay on what this means for Andrews and the team the twenty seven year old was released from the hospital last night after being treated for blood clots in his long Sanders has been an offense of team captain since twenty seventeen he's only missed two games over the last three seasons and I started in the past three super bowls the pats have played in now there's no time table that's been sent on his potential return however there are reports that he's going to miss a significant amount of time patriots most likely will turn the backup center Ted Karras to fill his role their final preseason game is on Thursday night against the giants in Foxboro Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio the first public appearance by Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg since being treated for a cancerous tumor on her pancreas the eighty six year old known as RBG appeared healthy as she received an honorary degree from the university of buffalo Ginsburg telling the crowd many women and professors helped pave her way to the Supreme Court seven oh two at the state house yeah but no dice yesterday after a construction crew knocks out all phone service on Beacon Hill calling young of statehouse news service was one of those affected we thought it was just our phones at first then there was the realization that it was a building why the issue and then folks had to figure out alternate means of communication to use the smart phone it is believed to Verizon line was hit by work crews digging on Boden street well coming up this morning want to spare tires to being put to use in Hyde Park.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Their homes WBZ's James Ross as a road and route to the scene we'll have more throughout the morning here on WBZ news radio now to the stormy and of the four day heat wave much of the area slammed by rain hail and driving winds not to mention the thunder and lightning W. B. C. T. V.'s Daniel Niles today will be a quieter day it's already quieter this morning still warm start to the day seventy four in Boston right now wind out of the west plenty of damage to tell you about from the storms of yesterday that is coming up the son of Osama bin laden is dead the US has received intelligence that house with bin laden the potential successor to his father to lead al Qaeda died no word on how where or when or if the US played a role in his death in February the state department said it would pay as much as one million dollars for information about Hamza Bilal bin laden's whereabouts the last known public statement from him was in twenty eighteen when he threatened to Saudi Arabia and called on the people of the Arabian peninsula to revolt the second night of debate number two the Democrats gather in Detroit here CBS's Dever Rodriguez last night's democratic presidential debate on CNN was all about Joe Biden the former vice president fended off criticism over his immigration policy from Obama administration housing secretary Lillian Castro to cross the border illegally you should be able to be sent back it's a crime it looks like one of us has learned the lessons of the past and one of us has a singular brand one time Biden supporter dug in on women's.

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"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"james ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dominated right now by year two companies for sending US medical care and divvied out Robert Lang growth is a science and health reporter for Bloomberg news he says CVS health sees a business opportunity in making it easier to have a kidney dialysis device at home the device itself is new from said way inventor dean came in the idea is to make a set up simpler one of the big problems with doing the houses homes indeed JYJ quantities of purified water people don't want to have to like redo the plumbing to Alice's the dialysis business is so big that it could generate meaningful revenue even if the drugstore giant captures only a fraction of the market of the one hundred fourteen billion dollars Medicare spends on kidney care in twenty sixteen thirty five billion went to patients in the late stages of kidney failure who need dialysis I'm animosity Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio seventy four degrees in Boston it will be sunny with some high clouds and it's going to get more humid as the day goes on we'll get to about ninety here in the city and a reminder as you head out and about on your Sunday morning you can always listen to WBZ anywhere you go just take us along on the I heart radio app home in South Boston where mobster James Whitey Bolger buried three bodies is on the market for big big money WBZ's James Ross is their morning James Hey good morning yeah the property is beautiful small building compared to others here on east third street but it has two houses attached to it and near pleasure beach its price tag three point five million dollars now despite the fact that Whitey Bolger had a three bodies buried in the basement back in the nineteen eighties neighbors here believe it will be sold though that's the last thing they want George.

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