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02:10 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"She loves those kids and so for her. I mean this tragedy is forever. Marie was convicted of a salt and battery on a child to animal abuse. She'll be sentenced next month at Wester superior court, Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. And a man hunt tonight for unknown. Firearms enthusiasts wanted in a child sex assault case out of New Hampshire Londonderry, police, captain Patrick cheetah tells busy, they've reason to believe that fifty nine year old Dewey, webs Ganz is on the run and headed down south somewhere in South Carolina, or Tennessee, where he owns property to be a danger of the general public anytime someone is facing charges that seriously. Behavior can be unpredictable. One does see him or as vehicle to not approach him to consider him dangerous into. Call nine one report that to local police say it was last seen. Driving a white two thousand two Nissan, exterior SUV with a vanity Tennessee played crosswind spelled. C. R. O S, W, N D, this story, a dozen alleged traffickers are off the streets tonight, all the result of a huge drug bust in the Merrimack valley. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe with more from the attorney general's office Torney general Maura Healey's, calling it the largest down of a major opioid trafficking operation in her office's history, law enforcement sees twenty four kilos of cocaine fennel and heroin and arrested twelve people in the Methuen and Lawrence area. Healy says this bust will make a big dent in the amount of dangerous drugs that are on the streets. Twenty four kilos represents millions of dollars worth of drugs as importantly, if not more importantly, it represent. Cents hundreds of thousands of lethal doses of drugs that we have kept from affecting communities in our state police executed search warrants at fourteen locations in making the arrests. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's News Radio. A highways dumped by day police nets more than one thousand bags of heroin, the driver.

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Verdicts today at the trial of Blackstone mother Erika Murray split verdicts from judge in Worcester. Superior court have to Murray wave her right to a jury trial in the end, she was not convicted of the most serious charge against her as we hear from WBZ's Karyn regal Erica Murray was found guilty on assault and battery and a child. Those are the two children three and five months, who were kept in filthy trash-filled rooms guilty of two counts of animal cruelty, but judge Kenton Walker cleared every Murray of reckless endangerment in regards to her two older children and murder in the case of an infant, who appears to have lived just a few days, regardless of how disturbing the facts around in this case are to the community at large. And to me, as a parent. I cannot take into account those feelings two other sets of infant remains were found in the house. Murray's attorney Keith helper and says, it's not exactly a victory. She's enormously relieved in happy that she wasn't convicted of murder. But you know, it's not a happy day for anybody at Worcester. Superior court Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio teenager is under arrest after allegedly carrying a loaded handgun while standing in front of the New Bedford district courthouse today. A state trooper was sitting at his unmarked cruiser outside that court when he observed four males walking back and forth and two vehicles parked nearby state police say the trooper watch for about twenty minutes is the men repeatedly looked around as if monitoring their surroundings. Police say one of the men walked away from the group and met up with another person, and then spotted colors of a local gang says he saw what are the suspects reach into a car and hand something to the other person eventually police moved in arresting. Eighteen-year-old Allante Brown, who allegedly had a loaded handgun a second man identified, as many Andrews from New Bedford also taken into custody, both facing weapons charges and receiving stolen property that gun had been reported stolen from Wareham will there or won't there be sports at schools. In Warwick, Rhode Island come the new school year. Well, it depends who you ask the school committee took a controversial vote this week to cut out the entire sports program that prompted a protest by students at city hall or from WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe. Who spoke with the mayor about the issue cuts come amid a budget dispute between the school committee and the city council and mayor which fund the school district's budget. The school committee has asked for an additional eight million dollars from the city, they are Joseph Sullivan tells me, he's confidence something we'll be worked out by September community. Keeping after school sports hand programs in place, because I believe that, that is important part of education, as the bricks and mortar of the school building and the science and mathematics books. The school committee has complained about years of flat budget, appropriations by the city. The committee says it will always put academics over sports when deciding which programs need to be cut. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio. Coming up some TSA agents are going to be heading to the southern border. We'll tell you why. Five thirty three traffic.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Week, workshops, including emergency medical care. WBZ's Karyn regal had attorney akin applied by Melrose police officer. Wound to the left, art. Nick it put on because I've been shot in the arm. This is going to get tight. What's Gerna gate is basically it's a medical device that cuts off the circulation to the arm stops the blood flow, and eventually gunshot wound or a massive hemorrhage incident. Not. So the most important thing afterwards is that the fact that we did put a to on their heads. So I have sharpie here in what we're gonna go is I'm gonna put a big T on the forehead in remember, it's better to wake up with a sharpie t on your forehead, then not to wake up at all a tough sign of the times, but these are absolutely necessary active shooter drills will be going on Melrose throughout the week. It's now eleven thirty seventy federal grand jury is investigating the Harvard fencing coach who sold his Needham house, to the father of the teenager, who is interested in the school in two thousand seventeen shortly after the house was sold. His son was accepted the buyers family never lived in the house seventeen months later. It was sold at a loss for over three hundred thousand dollars. Harvard is now conducting its own investigation. New research is suggesting a startling rise, when it comes to marijuana use among pregnant women, the new report from the journal of the American Medical Association says cannabis use increased in the US among expectant, women. From two thousand to two thousand fourteen however total frequency and win. Exactly. The marijuana was used is still largely unclear many states have approved marijuana use for nausea and vomiting is associated with pregnancy. But Dr still are hesitant to recommend it research shows that low fetal birth weights and length could be more pronounced in cannabis users, especially for expectant mothers, using it in the first and second trimesters Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. And we are at eleven thirty eight now on WBZ. It's time for businesses. We go live to Bloomberg with Tracy jonky Jim evanger, is end game is a three hour movie as it is.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees in Boston at six thirty Good Friday evening. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Blackstone woman accused of second degree murder and McClatchy is now in the hands of a judge. WBZ's Karyn regal reports from Worcester, superior court, the crux of the case is this the is Eric Murray lived in a squat home, but didn't have the capacity to understand how bad it was or that her children were endanger. The Commonwealth says were two sets of rules for children. One for the wanted and the neighbors children. In one of the unwanted and prosecutor Christopher Hodgkins says Murray knew she had done something wrong, did if we look at which he said to Nicklaus on that day when the veil of secrecy was lifted. We have the answer. She said to him. How could you do this to me? Superior court Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio getting closer, but they're not there yet. How the red line were continues near where a red line train derailed. This week near JFK UMass station signal issues, still need to be resolved. And the t says passengers should plan to allow at least fifteen extra minutes to get around that area and BT a general manager, Steve. Pathetic also talked about the derailment investigation would like to recap where we are in terms of the investigation of the incident. Right now, we're able to rule out any signs of foul play or operator error our investigators continued continue to closely examine everything from the track infrastructure to the train at self in an effort to find a cause TA expects to have an update on repairs on Sunday. WBZ, of course we'll keep you posted..

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03:10 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Blackstone. WBZ's Karyn regal is following all the developments inside the courtroom, and we'll be hearing from her throughout the day. Well acting secretary of homeland security, Kevin michelina appeared before the Senate Judiciary committee today to talk about the problems at the US southern border and what to do about it. Here's ranking member Senator Dianne Feinstein in her opening comments. I g concluded that immigrants are held in facilities that and this is a quote show a disregard for detainee health and safety, and quote, this is. Unacceptable, and Senator Feinstein pushing legislation that she would help say would help fix that problem committee chair, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham recently introduced legislation that would extend the amount of time the US government can hold children in custody up to one hundred days. Well in Iran, a permanent resident of the US was locked up there for four years after being accused of spying has now been set free ABC's, Matt mcgarry has more addition to his, permanent residency status in the United States needs are DACA is also a citizen of Lebanon, and so it was here in Beirut, that he landed after a flight from Tehran for his first taste of freedom. In four years, Zaka is a businessman specializing in information technology, and he was living in Washington DC, when he visited Iran for a conference in two thousand fifteen once they're Zaka was arrested charged with being an American spy and sentenced to ten years in prison. Matt mccarey ABC news. News, Beirut, Lebanon twelve thirty seven the US conference of Catholic bishops meeting in Baltimore today for their annual spring meeting, and it comes as American bishops are facing more scrutiny than ever before this month. Attorney general's across the nation sifting through files on clergy sexual abuse that were seized through search warrants and subpoenas as ABC's Philly Kabushiki tells us at the conference of Baltimore today, the sex abuse scandal will be at the forefront of bishops for new accountability measures in place that their November meeting that included a special commission involving lay experts and clergy to review complaints against the bishops. But the Vatican put that plan on hold a new that can measure would require priests and nuns reports sex abuse cover ups to their church, superiors and that again, but many outsiders, wanted to go right to the police Phil Yaacobov, ABC news. Baltimore land at twelve thirty eight it is time for business. We go live to Bloomberg and join Tracy jonky, Tim Wall Street started the day nicely. But it's now looking the snap is longest winning streak in a couple of months. The dow. L up initially by about two hundred points now down ten the NASDAQ's down seven points. Yes. It's down to leading losers Raytheon day after announced its merger with United Technologies. Aerospace division, now, these lower prices are easy to get behind gas, buddy forecasts, the job of another sixteen cents a gallon in the coming days as the impact of lower. Crude oil, prices works its way through the pipeline. I'm Tracy jonky, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio twelve thirty nine check on sports is on the way next. You're listening to WBZ..

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03:02 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In twenty fourteen. The defense has been arguing its case all morning WBZ's, Karyn regal is inside the courtroom can follow her on Twitter as we'll be hearing from her throughout the day as well. The president has picked in acting director of US, citizenship, and immigration services can coochie Nellie from the state of Virginia known for his hardline stances on a silent will temporarily head the agency, that's in charge of legal immigration, the president, though, still has not nominated anyone for the open position of homeland security secretary speaking to the media outside the White House today White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked why the president has not put forth a permanent nominee has taken a number. Of actions, he's got an acting secretary who's more than capable of doing. The job has really stepped up over the last couple of months, he has significant knowledge, having decades worth of service. Meanwhile, President Trump also saying there is still more to be announced on the immigration deal with Mexico, we get more than that, from ABC's. Karen Travers on Twitter, this morning continues to defend his use of tariffs. The president writing a message directly at the host of the morning show on FOX business channel says quote terrorists are a great negotiating tool. A great revenue, producer and the ads that taking this approach will bring companies back to the US. Is there Trump once again insists that the quote, biggest part of the deal with Mexico has not yet been announced despite Mexican leader saying, there's nothing more to be revealed from the deal reached last week in Washington Karen, Travers, ABC news, the White House possible turning point in the Catholic church is decades long effort to address clergy abuse today. Baltimore is hosting the annual convening of US bishops. The church leaders are facing new. Pressure to acknowledge their oversight failures. Michael Lachlan is national correspondent for the Catholic magazine America spoke about. It's on ABC's start here podcast debate that we're going to hear is, how involved will lay people be in this process of holding bishops accountable. There's concern that the church cannot police, it self that lay experts have to be brought in, and I think we're gonna see some back and forth as the bishops meet this week. We will also be following the developments shout of the convening of Catholic. Bishops in Baltimore City, Maryland right now, it's eleven thirty eight. It is time now for businesses. We go live to Bloomberg with Tracy jonky Jim a bidding war might break out for Barnes and noble. A hedge fund reached a deal last week to pay six hundred eighty three million dollars for the bookseller, but there's at least one other interested party and the Wall Street Journal says the book publisher and distributor, reader link is looking at top Elliott management's bid CVS health and Aetna closed their merger late last year. But a federal judge may still move to block it. The New York Post reports the giants is close to a ruling on the basis of price increases and customer choice. Dow's up seventeen points. Nasdaq is now down one the SNP up point point. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. And now breaking in the house of horrors trial, the judge dismisses, a single charge of second degree.

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Meantime, former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Jose Ryol is a friend of OT's and says, there's a lot of concern from a lot of people for big Papi. Somebody much world of so much Dominican. The Red Sox have a plane to the Dominican Republic, which will be bringing Ortiz back to Boston. For continued treatment day five of the so-called house of horrors, murder trial, and Worcester superior court. Erica. Murray's attorney today. Trying to explain the fear of Murray's alleged locked away, children by blaming reactions on autism and not on abuse, medical doctor, Heather four key saw the three year old five month old girls days after they were removed from. Erica. Murray's Blackstone home that three year old appear terrified reactions to that fear were unusual in terms of what a three year old normally does in terms of fear. She when approached or any noises she would fold herself up in close. Her body down defense attorney Keith helper. And suggested had made up. Remind choosing severe neglect over autism near other issues as we have heard throughout this trial found a magnet in the wax in her right year as well. That was superior court Karyn regal WBZ Boston. Newsradio. For the driver of a pickup truck involved in a hit and run a woman was struck in critically hurt last night, while walking or jogging along Washington street. Police today put out a surveillance photo of the truck asking for the public's help in finding the driver. According to WBZ TV that trucks model, dark-colored ram that should have passenger side, front end and headlight damage. I helicopter crashed onto the roof of a building in midtown Manhattan this afternoon in what appears to Abedin emergency landing the pilot of that chopper was killed CBS's Mara. Ruben says there's no threat to the city, according to build the plaza. Cuddling incident. And he said the chopper hit the roof causing Talay believed to be the pilot, but he stressed. There was no threats in New York City, and there was no danger of any kind of New Yorkers. He did say they're looking into why the chopper was so close at Trump Tower because this is a temporary flight restricted area, say the helicopter that struck the skyscraper took off from Manhattan, helipad and was in the air for about eleven.

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

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"Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio Democrats, frustrated over the handling of the Muller report on Russia's twenty sixty election meddling now have an ally from across the aisle, ABC's David Wright reports, a House Republican saying, President Trump should be impeached for obstruction of Justice issue, Republican, Justin Amash, read the full Muller report, and he says he came to the conclusion that attorney general William bar misled the public, he says that quote, President Trump and gauged in specific actions and a pattern of behavior that meet the threshold for impeachment and quote. Now house speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she will not pursue impeachment unless there is bipartisan. Season. Support 'em is the first Republican to come out in favor of impeach Amash saying attorney general William barred deliberately misrepresented the report by not emphasizing clear evidence of obstruction by the president secretary of state. Mike Pompeo recently spoke with a Chinese diplomat discussing the current trade dispute between the two countries this according to the State Department speaking on the next revolution. With Steve Hilton on Fox News. President Trump says the tariffs are putting pressure on China, getting killed with the tariffs. China's getting totally companies leaving massive amounts of because of the dares they're getting hurt badly. China's foreign ministry says there diplomat toll Pompeii a Washington should show restraint because America's actions have harmed the interest of China and the US should not go too far coming up the family of a woman killed in a hit and run still searching for.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Six thirty and good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Twenty nine degrees under a clear sky in Boston. We'll see a mostly sunny day today with a high Tampa forty four our top story. Now inactive seeing behind a home in Ashland this hour, the scene of a shed fire. And we are learning new details. Let's get right to WBZ's. Karyn regal. She's at the scene. Good morning. Karen? Good morning. A very cold morning here in Ashland. It is below freezing medical examiner came and has left here. On oak street, a beautiful little house here with a garage. With the words his and hers over the double garage for this couple's respective cars, one would presume I can't see the show that went up in flames out back, but I can't tell you according to authorities here. One person is dead who appears to work in side that shed Ashland fire remaining on scene, and we can also tell you that no one who lives on the premises was hurt in this fire. Other than that details. How you will give the cliche sketchy. We don't know why that person was in the shed were we don't know what precisely happened to make that shed go up in flames. I can't tell you. This is a fairly suburban neighborhood it. We're not too far from the mass pike. Maybe a two minute drive. Maybe a ten minute walk in Ashland. Karyn regal WBZ, Boston NewsRadio. And this just into the WBZ newsroom..

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01:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Forty nine degrees and partly sunny skies in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm art Cohen. And it is two o'clock. Here's what's happening. Three people have died in a two alarm mobile home fire in pittsfield two people survived. Firefighters will call to the home on Lakewood drive, just after three thirty this morning. This is state fire Marshall, Peter or Strauss who picks up the story on arrival. They found some serious fire conditions existing building of origin was heavily damaged a neighbouring unit was also damaged on the exterior by radiant heat. Ultimately, it was determined that. There were people were unable to escape from the building of origin. And we are in the process of working that seem right now and again three people perished too are hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries district. Attorney Andrea Harrington says the fire is not suspicious. What are the next steps for the New England casket company in east Boston? It's building destroyed yesterday in a massive nine alarm fire. If I broke out yesterday afternoon and took hours to bring under control, the building a total loss, the owner of the New England casket surveyed the damage this morning, and it's trying to figure out what's next WBZ's. Karyn regal reports. Look at the damage and the bright March sunlight the overwhelming damage, but he's most concerned about is one hundred employees. Well. Oh. They put their pants on the same way he wants to keep paying them as much as he can for as long as he can. He also says he's always paid for their health insurance. This employee came to look at the place he used to work, and he's worried too. But I hope you know, everybody. Everybody lose the job, many people only have this. And he's Boston. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

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"Against President Trump's emergency declaration getting underway right now in Harvard square. It's part of a series of coordinated protests across the country today. WBZ's Karyn regal is there. Karen? Couple hundred people turned out for this particular protests. I n personally speaker here the newly elected congresswoman, I'll be not the -chusetts southern district. She calls President Trump the occupant of the White House. She says he has earned the title of president speaking to reporters afterward. She says the only emergency in the White House is that he president has declared this emergency. She says there is no emergency. And she can't say whether or not when congress votes to say that there is no emergency whether or not there will be enough votes to override the presidential veto that is certainly to come. She says there are other emergencies in the country clicking off listed, bows, including health care and other issues such as that again a couple hundred people were here all hosting signed the number had kind of orange golden blue made to look like President Trump in Harvard square. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Radio. Thank you. Karen? It's to to President Trump's declaration of a national emergency on the southern border is creating problems for the Pentagon, which is expected to provide a big chunk of that emergency funding. Mike Bauer report the three point five billion in military, construction funds could be taken from landing pads and maintenance facilities for new fighter. Jets in California. A high school for military children in Japan or special operations forces training facilities in North Carolina. Saturday acting secretary of defense Patrick Shanahan said that he had not yet made any decisions on how much money would be directed from the military budget. And he also told reporters that he hasn't determined. If there is a military necessity for a border wall. President Trump claimed Friday the military officials told him they felt the border wall was more important than the projects could be cancelled or delayed. It's two oh three and aims. Retain is remembered after a fatal snowmobile accident..

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Should be. Following her announcement tomorrow Senator Warren, we'll head out on a seven state campaign tour starting in New Hampshire. The candidates control commissioned announced today, it has issued a cease and desist order against Massachusetts wellspring and acted patients were directed to the Commission's online listings of other medical dispensaries to visit until that facility is allowed to reopen. A surprise inspection of wellspring turned up violations involving product labelling sanitation and security, according to the Commission's records. Wellspring has not applied for permission to sell recreational marijuana. It's too much. That's what fifteen central Massachusetts lawmakers say when it comes to propose increases in commuter rail fares, but how do you pay for improvements and upgrades owner old system? WBZ's Karyn regal asked that of one of the lawmakers asking the t to pull the emergency brake on rate hikes state. Senator Jamie Eldridge says train commuters into Boston are already paying more to park and a lot more to ride on a crowded system. He says that's not how to get more people off highways and onto mass transit where do you get the money at some point? You've got to pay for a better system. Absolutely. And interestingly governor Baker has proposed transportation climate initiative, a carbon pricing proposal demonstrates hundreds of millions of dollars that I would love to see go towards public transportation. The idea that we're just gonna continue to. Theory that that's really not what we want to happen in Massachusetts. The fare increases proposed last month are six point three percent and would raise thirty two million dollars. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. If you're going to be riding the thi this afternoon on the green blue or orange lines, expect thirty minute delays. There are some power issues involving all three of those lines. We'll keep you posted throughout the afternoon here on WBZ..

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"WBZ's Karyn regal joining us live now with new information on the case. Karen, what do you have for us? New information in deed. I just had a conversation with Boston Police Commissioner William grop who tells me he's been in advised by Rachel Rawlins. The Suffolk County DA the surviving men and that afternoon shootout yesterday on Washington street on the Roxbury JP line will be charged with murder. I was there yesterday. And we have this on the air yesterday. You'll remember this Washington street closed down after that shootout in a store front in the afternoon. The shots rang out around three thirty in the afternoon after some sort of altercation. Belief say the two men began shooting at each other. It's unclear whether the two knew each other Commissioner grants could not comment on this. But I was told. By witnesses a woman in an SUV ran into a beauty salon wish. She had an appointment after the windows of the SUV. She was riding in or shot out. It was a very dangerous situation. Commissioner growth again, thanking the community. They got a score of nine one one call and the guns that was left on the street were picked up by police instead of being recirculated back into the community to be used again for God knows what the Commissioner is quite pleased without and he cannot say thank you enough. But the new information here told to me by the Commissioner is that the surviving Berkman who is still in the hospital in serious. A critical condition will be charged with murder when he is able the other man in that gunfight as we reported yesterday. Died with the Commissioner in Boston. Karyn regal WBZ, Boston NewsRadio. Karen? Thank you for that live report. It's twelve thirty eight. It's the Boston RV camping expo MLK holiday weekend. January.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Karyn regal caught up with some of them in the parking lot. After the big win. Patriots fans are not subtle nor gracious to west coast chargers fans who suffered through temperatures in the twenties only to be humiliated entire time. Let them freeze. They were indeed frozen out. And yet these better chargers fans dare to ask for more. From this view. Kansas city. Kansas City is this your. Dying wishes to get reimbursed by the chargers at Foxboro. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Sarah Thomas made history yesterday, the first female raff to officiate an NFL playoff game. Sarah Thomas still remembers the day. She got the call the invitation to join the NFL as the league's first full time female official. They came Thursday morning. The second at ten forty seven AM. She also remembers what she didn't know then when I started in football officiating I had no idea the pride and the amount of time that they put in to try to get the game. Right. A quick study. This groundbreaking mother of three says she now sees the game of football differently. You don't watch the game as a fan anymore. You try to pick up on every little thing. You can what Thomas picked up yesterday was another piece of history. Chris pharma WBZ Boston's NewsRadio the government shutdown and pizza. There is a connection. We'll have more on that. Straight ahead, nine thirty three traffic.

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Number of TSA officers not showing up for work has more than doubled compared to a year ago. ABC's David curly with some numbers on average about three and a half percent on a regular day of TSA officers. Call in sick that bumped up to about five point one percent over the holidays when the shutdown started. And then we saw it really jump to five point six on Friday Saturday and then over the weekend it jumped to seven point one percent, that's a significant increase. I think we get to double digits. There's a problem airports in Houston and Miami down some security checkpoint. Over the weekend due to a lack of staffing nationwide worries with this government shutdown become a bit more real. After a passenger carries a gun through a TSA checkpoint in Atlanta, and makes it all the way to his destination in Japan TSA says the man boarded a delta flight January second with the gun and flew to Tokyo, Narita international airport. He reportedly told airline workers about the gun when he arrived in Japan. The TSA says standard procedures were not followed, and it will hold those responsible accountable. It denied that it was related to staffing issues stemming from the government shutdown CBS's. Anne, Marie green more than fifty thousand. TSA agents are among the government employees working without pay or on furlough during this shutdown. We're learning this morning. The White House requested options for a military strike against Iran. Last September, the Wall Street Journal cites current and former US officials who say the request was made by the. National Security Council led by adviser John Bolton a report says Pentagon and State Department officials were alarmed the journal says it's not clear if President Trump knew about the request or if concrete attack plans against Iran, we're actually formulated nine oh, six at Boston's NewsRadio gangs continue to be a problem and getting bigger for law enforcement all around the country. ABC's Pete combs talks with one district attorney in the Atlanta area. He was announcing to massive cases against Georgia kings involving one hundred thirty defendants at at least two murders. Cobb County district attorney Vic Reynolds said it's a drop in the bucket. The last FBI number all the way back in two thousand eleven was one point four million gang members rentals eight years later that number is more like two million. He compares that to thirty thousand ISIS members in Syria and Iraq, listen, Pete. There is no greater threat. Criminal Justice speaking in the United States than criminal street gangs. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta back to Faulk. Foxborough now at the patriots playoff game to strangers in a parking lot. Find some joy in much more than a victory. WBZ's? Karyn regal with their stories George from Waltham. Another man wrapping up a tailgate walked over. And I said that you want to.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You by Westwood furniture Garowe ago, paean, here's what's happening. Kickoff is just an hour away in Foxborough as the patriots begin the two thousand nineteen playoffs at home. WBZ's? Karyn regal is in Foxborough. Where fans are braving the cold as they pray for their team. Karen? Cold enjoyment? Share lunacy of Foxboro stadium on this game day people have to park like a mile away to make their way down to the stadium. Route one just filled with pedestrians all doing their best Tom Brady impersonation as they make their way down to the stadium. People wearing number twelve shirt number eighty seven those are the big ones here. And of course, the infamous patriots pom pom had making their way down to the stadium. Make your way into the parking lot itself tailgating people blasting run DMC Aerosmith as they make their way down to the stadium. It's I hate to say that it's almost like the game doesn't matter. It's the party that what matters right now cold people couldn't care less Garowe at Foxboro. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Okay. Karen? And WBZ's. Adam Kaufman has also at the stadium. Adam set the scene for us. Well, I'll tell you what I'm inside the stadium, and I can tell you the game does matter very much. Maybe a party out there in the parking lot. But everybody is excited here inside is the places slowly filling in you. You see a lot of people just around the actual field in the lower level blue seats that are trying to get close and listen in and get closer to the players who are out there warming up. See a lot of chargers players that are out there either practicing kicking or throwing or just running around to stay warm. I mean, I think that's going to be one of the biggest things to get used to especially for team from Los Angeles is how do you cope with the twenty degree weather now, the wind is not bad? Obviously, there's no snow. It's blue skies. But it is cold. That's going to be one of those things that this team has to get used to not to mention being out there on a ten AM body clock for them having come from the west coast. So kickoff coming up just an hour away. The big one it's win or go home in the patriots case win or stay home. And they're hoping to go to Kansas City next week for the conference championship around. Okay. Adam. Thank you. We'll check in with Adam Kaufman throughout the afternoon here on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio four people, including a father and son from air are hurt in a crash.

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"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"karyn regal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A woman is dead after the car. She was in crashes into a Fall River apartment complex, the crash sparking a gigantic fire WBZ's Karyn regal with the very latest on our top story. Fall River firefighters thought they were responding to a car fire. But quickly realized the crisis had expanded says Fall River fire chief John Lynch when they put the car fire all that was on fire and the flame just kept coming back. And they realize that the car had ran into the gas service rupture those lines. So now you had natural gas fire. So they had to find the shut off the shut the gas down to the building. And then they were able to actually go into fire suppression the fire alarms and burn through the roof which collapsed. Dozens of apartments are destroyed on New Year's day in Fall River. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty fleeing suspect lead state police sought to chase down route four ninety five in April this afternoon officials say the car had to occupy. Would've tried to avoid a traffic. Stop and began speeding southbound on the highway troopers attempted twice to use deflation devices before calling off the pursuit in the interest of public safety. The suspects began driving aggressively striking to other vehicles in the process. No, injuries were reported eleven people were forced from their homes this morning what a three alarm fire breaks out at thirty four Ridgewood street in Dorchester it happened. Just after one in the morning all of the residents managing to escape. One lucky. Survivor Darryl Johnson returning to retrieve photos of his late father. My father..

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1 missing after Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

1 missing after Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

"If can't give them rooms we're gonna try to get into market rate housing, all these things. Kind of like move fast. But in the end if we have to shelter people and Lawrence Karyn, regal WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Facebook says it does not know who hacked into fifty million accounts technology writer, Kate Bevan says to followed from the cyber attack will be enormous. He used Facebook to sign into any other sites. Like, I didn't like tend to like Airbnb like delivery like anything that uses these third party signs that also potentially compromise. And that's

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China ‘strongly outraged’ by US sanctions over Russian fighter jets deal

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

China ‘strongly outraged’ by US sanctions over Russian fighter jets deal

"WBZ's Karyn regal who's been in revere. All morning, and she can tell us why. Yeah. I got the assignment of the day. Nicole? We have a juvenile humpback whale which washed up here on the beach in revere. It is this. Well, second appearance. Well, I washed up on the beach in Cohasset. It was towed back out to sea on nine fourteen. No, one does say a land disposal is preferable. In a statement WBZ.

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Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

"Gopi and WBZ news. It's a sigh of relief for some residents of south Lawrence told that they could start returning to their homes days after being forced out by the gas. Fires and explosions that hit that city and two other Merrimack valley communities for some homes will never be the same. But as WBZ's Karyn regal reports for others. It's good to be home walking around her neighborhood in south Lawrence. And she's very happy to be here. Very lucky. I don't see any damage inside out. Side so far.

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Gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians kill 4, wound 9 in tourist area

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians kill 4, wound 9 in tourist area

"News time twelve nineteen eighty degrees. Mostly sunny skies in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm art Cohen WBZ news. Our top stories now the communities in the Merrimack valley are returning home today. Hard at work picking up the pieces after Friday's gas explosions, the National Transportation Safety board says the cause of the incident may take up to two years to nail down. But right now, it does not look like it was caused intentionally amid the cleanup in Lawrence a fire broke out in a three story residents on diamond street. Authorities say thirty say it is not related to the gas incident.

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Ethnicity not a factor in Elizabeth Warren's rise in law

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Ethnicity not a factor in Elizabeth Warren's rise in law

"Senator Elizabeth Warren says there's no hidden message in her release. Of employment. Documents to the globe WBZ's Karyn regal explain ask, Elizabeth Warren over and over again if she's running for, president you'll, get the, same, answer I I'm running for the United States Senate we have. Sixty three days until the general election I am all in on that that's, why the timing of a Boston, Globe deep dive into the senators records is interesting the report shows Warren did not claim. Native American heritage to get hired despite, what political rivals in conservative talk show hosts have said so why release all that paperwork now I finally got all of the

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President Donald Trump goes after AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka on Labor Day

WBZ Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

President Donald Trump goes after AFL-CIO head Richard Trumka on Labor Day

"President. Trump started his Labor Day with an attack on a top. Union leader in a tweet this morning the president said. That AFL CIO president Richard Trumka. Represented his union, poorly on television this weekend he added it is easy to see why, unions are doing so poorly a damn Trumka appeared on Fox News Sunday where he said efforts to, overhaul the North American Free trade. Agreement. Should include Canada he also, said of Trump the things. That he's done to hurt workers outpace what. He's done to help workers Trump then touted the. Economy saying our country is doing. Better than ever with record unemployment that is the record employment at record lows the unemployment. Rate of three point nine percent is not at the best point ever. It is near the lowest in eighteen

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U.S., Canada Fail to Reach Deal on Rewriting NAFTA; Negotiations to Resume Wednesday

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

U.S., Canada Fail to Reach Deal on Rewriting NAFTA; Negotiations to Resume Wednesday

"Thirty negotiations on NAFTA resume on Wednesday after, they abruptly halted last week following the publication of off the record comments President Trump made to Bloomberg news in which he. Said that he wouldn't be willing to make any trade concessions to Canada yesterday the president warned, Canada that it would be out of a revised, North American trade agreement, unless it's fair to the United States on Friday the president notified congress that he would sign an agreement with Mexico in. Ninety days and hopes candidate can, be brought on board to Richard Trumka, president of the AFL CIO says he. Supports, the deal to scrap NAFTA but thinks Canada needs to be? Involved NAFTA has had a devastating effect on the working, people this country for, the last twenty five years so we've been aggressively pursuing an agreement that works for the workers in all three countries and. I can say we're not done, yet

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Senator John McCain Doug, Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Francis discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Senator John McCain Doug, Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Francis discussed on WBZ Morning News

"News the Catholic churches abuse scandal is getting attention during pope. Francis trip to Ireland the pope. Met with eight abuse survivors and. During a speech to the Irish government authorities he vowed to end sex abuse and cover ups ABC's David. Wright reporting from Dublin describes the high stakes with the pope's visit the survivors of sexual abuse who met privately. With the pope said. That they urged him to, address this issue in the papal mass on Sunday in Phoenix Park and pope, Francis I promise that he would address it This is the. First visit by. A, pope to Ireland in forty years meantime WBZ's Karyn regal tells us about a small protest outside the cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston where. People were demanding action from the church They opened with song before they proceeded with what, they call a survivor station on the cross. Kelly west is with Catholics for action which was formed after. The Pennsylvania report more is always needed you know there. It was great. For, the pope to come out to

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Hurricane Lane could get close to Hawaii next week

Consider This with Big Joe Clark

00:44 sec | 4 years ago

Hurricane Lane could get close to Hawaii next week

"Do it now the, National Hurricane Center predicted hurricane lane could follow roughly the. Same path as its predecessor earlier this month hurricane, Hector and just south of the Hawaiian islands the eye of the category two storm is about fifteen hundred miles east southeast, of Hilo Hawaii the storm was moving west at six Eighteen miles, per hour and packing one, hundred ten miles. Per, hour maximum sustained winds the agency expects the storm to strengthen into a major hurricane category three or higher, by Friday the renew coastal advisories in effect the. National Hurricane center's cone of, probability should the storm could come close enough to Hawaii to. Cause. Tropical storm

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On Twitter, Trump accuses 'social media' of limiting free speech of conservatives

Family Financial Focus

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

On Twitter, Trump accuses 'social media' of limiting free speech of conservatives

"Well it's not just the, media but social media that's in President Trump's crosshairs, president is accusing social media. Companies of, quote totally discriminating against Republican. Conservative voices apple, YouTube and Spotify, have. Permanently removed info, wars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from their platforms while Facebook has suspended him for thirty days and Twitter has given him a weeklong timeout Trump did not mention Jones by name in his Saturday morning tweets but he complained too many. Voices are being destroyed some good and some bad he warns we won't let that

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'K2,' Drug Behind New Haven Mass Overdoses, Killing Nationwide

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

'K2,' Drug Behind New Haven Mass Overdoses, Killing Nationwide

"To our top story now a conservative free speech rally on city hall plaza turned into a screaming match, today WBZ's. Karyn regal was right in the middle of it A couple dozen conservative demonstrators. Were, met by leftists counter demonstrators entering city hall plaza it almost looked to be over. As the counter demonstrators marched off the plaza and then The two, sides raged at each other in a slogan smack down for about ninety minutes hoisting signs with Boston

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Hundreds take to Charlottesville streets a year after far-right rally

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 4 years ago

Hundreds take to Charlottesville streets a year after far-right rally

"Security is tight in Charlottesville Virginia today is the city marks the one year anniversary since the death. Of Heather higher during a white supremacist March the demonstrations this year have been largely peaceful w. I n. a. radio's Dory's ERC says there could be more demonstrations today someone, I know very well was, there when they had surrounded the Robert E Lee Statue and he said that he heard. Them shouting for joy that they would be back nine o'clock Sunday. Morning obviously we don't know that. But that's clearly something, that people. Have to keep in mind certainly or at least it's a it's a reasonable assumption that there will be more antifa in Washington DC on Sunday then. There will. Be people. In Charlottesville but. That doesn't mean we won't have anyone he a white supremacist group is holding, a rally in the nation's capital today after being denied a permit to hold a rally this weekend in

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India's Ola to launch in Britain as Uber rivalry heats up

WBZ Midday News

03:13 min | 4 years ago

India's Ola to launch in Britain as Uber rivalry heats up

"Regal is there the construction elevator snaking sixty five stories up the outside of one dalton is noisy but he gets the job done taking boston mayor marty walsh up to check out the view after the building is topped off that is the last beam latam place it up uh skyline more anything i it just shows grow boston's growth it shows where we're heading as as the world class city international city and spoke with developer john fish as we were i'd i with the pru directly across the straight of the high rise billings of every appropriate densities i think is important big one of the biggest challenge we have to keep an eye on his affordable housing who can build all these beautiful building but we have to we have to take care of people on top Top of one Dalton Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty by the way to developer says. From the highest point you can see, as far as the Boston Harbor. Even Charles river from the berkshires. The White Mountains and on a nice clear day you can even see all the way down to Cape Cod in North Carolina police say a kid selling. Lemonade Saturday in, town of Monroe was robbed they. Call it a, new low nine year old Mark David says the thieves us what looked like. A gun and took seventeen dollars in cash box Union, County sheriff's spokesman Tony Underwood says they found a camouflage. Hat along with a black BB handgun and a stolen metal ten in the nearby woods working, with neighbors were looking for, surveillance camera video anything that might lead us through their densification of this person deputies also believe the suspect left a bicycle. And a brush for his getaway. And in Rhode Island police shut down a children's lemonade stand and Newport's famed cliff walk citing, a local ordinance that's, aimed at keeping the trail commercial free the kids Reportedly were not charging. For the lemonade but we're accepting donations a police officer was captured on video saying they had to move, along the department says it is, not hunting lemonade. Stands but defended the officer the, ordinance currently banned all concessions on cliff walk including by people accepting tips for free, items by the way the. Cliff walk is the most visited tourist. Attraction in Rhode Island WBZ news time to fifty. Two. And now this story a national shortage of a lifesaving drug has apparently only gotten worse no. One knows how many. Kids carry epipens in their backpacks emergency treatment in the event of an allergic reaction but in case after case families are having, trouble finding epipens Megan Brunson lives in suburban Dallas. This is really a bigger issue than just me trying to. Get a prescription for my son her eleven year old son has a peanut allergy that could threaten, his, life she bit the bullet, skip the insurance and. Found a, supplier of injectable medication before the start of the school, year Jim. Ryan ABC ABC news from horse and buggy to more traditional right. Shares across the pond Indian ride hailing service Ola, is stepping up its. Entire international expansion with ongoing plans to launch an, a UK its, second overseas market the company. Has one operating, licenses for South Wales as well as Greater Manchester the app based company says it will be offering. Private cars as well, as Britain's famed black taxis Ola says it is working closely with. Local authorities to expand across Britain by the end of this, year the company's ambitions and goals are to set. And to add pressure on, Uber in Britain where it.

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Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, prompting tsunami warning

WBZ Morning News

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, prompting tsunami warning

"Going on because like I said the alert went off and I just, ignored it because it was down pouring so. I just thought, that it was just so regular normal thunder and lightning alert that happens we don't get tornadoes in Massachusetts so they're. Okay but her car. Is crushed by a tree in Webster Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty I remember if you can't get to a. Radio and you want to very latest news. Download the iheartradio. App and you can have WBZ on your. Phone mass dot says all four lanes of I. Ninety are now, open a day earlier than expected, the on, and off ramps to. WBZ's Bill Marcus has more I ninety had been reduced to. Two lanes each way and wasn't previously scheduled to open up again until Monday morning but. The DOT now says it's. Commonwealth avenue bridge repair work his running twenty four hours ahead of schedule so the highway is now. Fully open highway administrator Jonathan Gulliver says the. Contractors still have a few More incentives to achieve but as of now they're, hitting or beating the schedule in this case we have just just about five. Million dollars in incentives put up so that if they hit all their major milestones that's what. They could earn on the other, hand if they. If they blow their schedule miss everything there there was. A endless amount of disincentives that. Will keep on piling Gulliver says come app still has to be opened asked us the green line and that, adds up to another week of work at. Least the goal, is to have traffic back to normal by next weekend Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a magnitude seven earthquake strikes. Off the north coast. Of Indonesia's island of Lombok this morning triggering so NAMI warnings only a week ago the island was hit by a. Six point four quake which killed seventeen people. And injured scores. More Indonesia's meteorology agency says the island's experience. More than one hundred aftershocks in the four hours. After last week's, quake and had predicted and other A major tremor was imminent so far we have no word of. Casualties WBZ news time is nine oh three Venezuela's president is targeted by Sassoon's tell you who's accused coming up in.

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Thailand's rescued cave boys complete their time as novice Buddhist monks

WBZ Afternoon News

04:40 min | 4 years ago

Thailand's rescued cave boys complete their time as novice Buddhist monks

"Box office so WBZ box. Office is now open be the seventh, caller, at, six one, seven nine three one seven thirty and win a pair, of high-speed passes aboard highlight cruises with services between Hyannis and Martha's, Vineyard for, more information visit. Highline cruises dot com WBZ, news time. At three twenty five the PawSox. Are sending a signal they're ready for. A move to. Worcester WBZ's Bill Marcus has that story will we soon be calling the minor league, PawSox the worst socks. The Boston Red Sox AAA affiliate filing three trademark applications for. The word woo socks the applications would lock in the teams. Right to woo socks branded merchandise if, they went to Worcester but are they going? Lawyer for the team reportedly says the application made by a Delaware. Based limited liability company his. Just precautionary and not the team hasn't informed the league that. It wants to move the action comes a month after the, state of Rhode Island authorized the city of Pawtucket to, fund almost half Half. The cost of a new eighty three million dollar stadium at Slater mill Bill Marcus, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. The members of the boys soccer team rescued from a cave. In northern Thailand have completed their time as not as Buddhist. Monks the ordained ten days ago to, give thanks for their three week ordeal and? Show gratitude to all those who helped them about three hundred people. Gathered for the ceremony on. A rainy Saturday morning that saw the boys leave temple life. To return to their families those attending gave arms flowers food, and money as a gesture of their religious devotion WBZ news time three twenty-seven severe weather including a tornado have been tracking east much of the day today the story's been dominating the newscasts here on WBZ and our Karyn regal. Has been reporting from Webster, where the tornado touchdown and she joins us now Karen Horribly destructive. See now even more so than, it was before I, got here shortly after the tornado hit and people were gathering around. To see what had happened on main street and their town in Webster in what had happened was as we learned later yeah a tornado there are, three He's inside. Buildings on main street and you've seen these buildings and main streets all across America on the bottom for our businesses and on the top floor apartment then what happened is tornado came through and I'm on the other side of the street is. NATO, came from. Right to left The roof off the first building took the second roof of the building with it and ripped off the third the. Roof of the third building and just, kind of like a blanket over, the third building and what I'm watching now is that building in the center of these building being torn down the fire marshal. And the fire chief here have decided that they are structurally deficient in simply cannot stand they are in danger of collapsing Daryl So how many buildings. Are we talking about all told that will. Have to be raised we're talking about at, least two here's a third that may have to be raised at his, directly next, door to the buildings where people lived in people work it was a supermarket there's another one across the street that's in danger it's, allergic reeburg industrial buildings have been converted into apartments that's in some trouble there's another one that the dance spoiler that's in a former house there, are people out here boarding. Up windows there's another one next to that that houses I believe a pet shop with sighting was just walked, off the building you know like a like a kid like ripping off construction paper for for. A project on the mobile station next door to the vacant supermarket which is also endangered possibly being torn down the the roof of that is twisted in such a way that we were told by. The fire chief supporters overstating under there Get out of the rain that we should move like right now 'cause that thing was in danger of coming down like a, like a piece of ten Wow A lot of damage in the, town and you got to remember this. Happened Yeah So it feels a lot longer and we're and they're just starting to go through people live here and work. Here I talked to the owner of the building that I'm watching turned into toothpicks now he bought it three years. Ago We just started renovating it a year half ago it was with the town administrator at the grand opening of a. Furniture store the streets of the emergency alert started going off and they were hoping oh maybe it's not too bad All right Karen Destroyed Yup Karen we're going to have to. Leave it there WBZ's Karyn regal. And Webster WBZ's Mike Macklin is coming up right now and he'll. Have the, latest Threes.

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Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

WBZ Midday News

04:04 min | 4 years ago

Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

"Boston and all of New England WBZ. News time is ten nineteen right now we've got eighty three degrees and cloudy. Skies in Boston. And some, wild weather on the way right now there's a tornado warning for southeastern, Worcester county and south central Middlesex County and there's a flood watch in effect for the city and most. Of the inland suburbs through five today WBZ's Karyn regal is on the way to Worcester county to check out the storms that are heading our way and WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore we'll have an update coming up in. Just, a few minutes here on WBZ again a tornado warning for southeastern Worcester county and south central Middlesex County in effect until ten. Forty, five this morning in other news now Portugal and Spain are sweltering under an intense wave of heat that is produced near record temperatures in the southern European countries and the Russian airlines has one of its helicopter Has crashed. Shortly after, takeoff inside Syria killing all eighteen people aboard the YouTube airline which operated, the m one m I eight helicopter says in a statement that preliminary information indicates the aircraft's blades collided. With another helicopter that had taken off earlier this morning from the pad in Vancouver which is just above the Arctic circle eleven members of the Thai soccer team who were rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand last month. In, their time is monks said a Buddhist temple they serve nine days in the monastery along with their coach in honor of a. Volunteer, diver who died during their rescue the boys and their coach spent more than two weeks in the cave before they were rescued in an international operation that captured world attention As President Trump, heads to, a rally in Ohio today he may face, some serious backlash after reigniting the feud with. Hometown hero LeBron James James accused the president of, trying to divide the country through sports during an interview with CNN's Don lemon President. Trump tweeted in response to that interview saying it, made James, Looksmart which is an easy to do ABC news chief political analyst Matthew Dowd looks at how this one tweet could affect the president support his basis moved by this I think it only what it does more much more importantly as solidifies the, opposition to Donald Trump and it raises. Questions about whether or not there are racist tinge elements to this he seems to refer. To successful black people as dumb he did it with Maxine. Waters the congresswoman he's done it with Don lemon and broadcaster and now he's done it with LeBron James so I don't, think it fundamentally affects his base but it does make people that are opposed him much more post to the president also added in the The tweet he liked Mike which many believe refers to the basketball all. Star player Michael Jordan Say. It, ain't. So we may soon be cheering for the Red Sox AAA teams by going whoa whoa whoa WBZ's, Bill Marcus says Moore patent application that would lock, in the Red Sox, minor league AAA, teams right, to sell branded merchandise from a new, locale his raising the question whether the Pawtucket Red. Sox a. Really on their way, to Worcester the teams applied for three trademarks to the name woo socks lawyers for the team say the applications are just precautionary. And that no official word has been sent to the league that the team, intends to, move securing the, trademarks would ensure the teams, intellectual property rights to Worcester oriented merchandise Rhode Island lawmakers in June gave the. City of Pawtucket the okay to float thirty eight million dollars in bonds for a new eighty three, million dollar. Stadium for the team built Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ. News time is ten twenty, two we are watching a tornado warning for parts of. Middlesex County And parts of wister county. AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore we'll have details coming up on traffic and weather.

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Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

WBZ Morning News

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

"Like to thank the Virginia state police the FBI and all the federal agencies who coordinated a tremendous amount of resources to make sure that she was safe and obviously we're all happy with the outcome now the FBI is investigating whether any federal crimes were. Committed. Including visa fraud, since her parents had been living in the United States but the, girl had not the members of the boys soccer team rescued, after almost three weeks trapped in a cave in northern Thailand complete their time as novice Buddhist Monks today about three hundred people gathered for the. Ceremony that's our eleven boys in their, coach leave temple life to return to their families a twelfth boy did not. Go through the ritual religious ritual because he isn't Buddhist. Although they are giving up their Buddhist robes it is likely that the boys will retain some of the solitude of temple life the Thai government had discouraged any interviews. With them wielding, the threat of legal action under child protection laws. Brian chevalier has pleaded not guilty in the, murder of his girlfriend and our north Andover home buddy sent a letter to the eagle Tribune newspaper addressed to report. A brianna Eggleston saying the state of New. Hampshire, is at fault for quote this whole terrible incident WBZ's, Karyn regal spoke to the reporter who's received the verified letter the letter. Is handwritten and address the eagle Tribune reporter brianna Edelstein, Brian chevalier has pleaded not guilty in the murder of Wendy Davis in her, north Andover home back in April Oh but argues, the state failed him reporter zoey Matthews drove. From court. To court to help indicate that letter driving around New Hampshire two different. Courts in different counties to get those documents. That sort of detail that and in attaining those documents there were actually a couple. Of handwriting samples that he had written well on incarcerated and they we sort of matched them to this. Letter that we received in the letter chevalier says he told his parole officer he was about to snap Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. This is Josh binswanger certainly hope you're enjoying your weekend hotter temperatures are here and it. Appears they're, going to be staying. For a while we'll take a look at the extended forecast Boston. About to.

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U.S. judge allows lawsuit over end of immigrant protections to proceed

WBZ Morning News

02:57 min | 4 years ago

U.S. judge allows lawsuit over end of immigrant protections to proceed

"Five northbound after. A crash in Westford let's bring in Chris Culkeen Yes it was an, earlier. Crash northbound. Up in. Westford up by Boston road that is now clear Josh but what's happened is we have seven miles of backed up traffic, trying to filter its way out hopefully now that the crash has gone we'll. Start to see that traffic than out. As well, Josh all. Right my friend we'll check back. In with you in a few minutes here on WBZ the, family of New Hampshire journalist murdered. By ISIS did not know his. Image was being used in a Washington DC burger chain add Karyn regal joins us with details good morning good morning James Foley was from New Hampshire he. Was a journalist and he was murdered by in Syria four years ago in twenty fourteen now Michael valor owns valor media they were hired by the DC based z burger and he created a Twitter campaign that used, James Foley's image while he was, being held. Hostage. By ISIS. And the ad essentially. Indicated that to. Be held. Hostage by ISIS was a better choice than having to go to McDonalds and that. Set off a small fire Storm in Washington that ad was, quickly. Taken down z. burger apologize Michael valor apologize and in a series of tweets where he apologize he. Said quote I am not an ISIS. Sympathizer and that he learned a lot about how news, works. With this. He's twenty. Three years old and owns that company Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a. federal judge in Boston has denied the Trump, administration's bid to have an immigration lawsuit thrown out and says the president will. Not be removed as a defendant in. The case, the suit. Filed by the lawyers committee for. Civil rights economic Justice is seeking to block the termination of, temporary protected status for thousands of. Immigrants the suit alleges there was. Racial motivation behind the administration's decision to end special, protections for Haitian El Salvadoran and Honduran immigrants hundreds of people missing in Laos where hydroelectric dam has collapsed. And flooded six nearby towns with five billion cubic meters of water authorities say several people have died nearly seven thousand homes have been swept away the international federation Of the Red Cross as it will issue emergency relief for Laos within the next twenty-four. Hours we'll continue to keep you updated on this. Story throughout the day here on WBZ if you're not near a radio you can keep apprised of the news through the iheart radio app and, a show of force in France is farmers let. Tour de France, cyclists no they're not welcome stage sixteen of the epic. Cycle race was brought to a screeching halt by bales of hay thrown onto the road. Outside the fortress. Town of Carcassonne by local farmers furious at the race is disrupting their busiest, time of year police used, tear gas to disperse the protesters but it ended up blowing into the faces of the writers who were left staggering around with. Streaming. Is, the race has now. Resumed Vicki Barker CBS news at the foreign desk in London WBZ. News time eight thirty three time for a check of traffic and weather together on this Tuesday morning the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive..

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