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Santa returns to Rockport for Christmas

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Santa returns to Rockport for Christmas

"A 122 year old Christmas tradition was alive and well in Rockport. This Christmas with a slightly different look. WBC's Kendall Buell was there to bring us the story. Very Christmas Christmas Tree Committee of Rockport has brought Santa Claus to town through two World Wars, the Great Depression and the last global pandemic in 1918. So, of course old Saint Nick was gonna be in town center this morning, posing for pictures with kids. I'll be at 8 ft. In the background committee chair, Buddy Wood says those happy kids didn't mind having to keep their distance. I know Santa was their farm and they're keeping their distance with the understanding that this is the way it has to be So, walking away really happy? Yeah, and walking away real happy. And did I mention this was all is the Christmas storm was really kicking up. It's the Christmas Tree Committee of Rock board has shown over 122 years. Some traditions can take whatever you throw at them

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Everyone should stop using space savers when a space saver used that car is elsewhere, presumably somewhere in the city of Boston, presumably taking up another parking space. So you've got cards. Then claiming to space is one of which confusing and abstentia reaction from selfie. I talk with Brian striding through the snow with a folding beach chair you're holding in your hand. I have my beach share that served me pleasure in the summer on the beach and saves my parking spot in the winter. Dual purpose. You get all four seasons here in this chair. That is a hardworking champ. One other question for Kelso Room. Ellie about sacred Boston car traditions. Can I still get into a fistfight that upon the circle with us Still, I'd expect nothing less from you guarantee. Karen Regan. WBZ Boston's news radio on the Cape of Hera Brewster. Natives have captured a lot of imaginations, sending a lot of treasure seekers hunting for buried booty. WBC's Kendall Buell has the details shall ever read my surface quite the way they might have done. A foreign concert is the name of the riddle that will lead some shrewd sleuth to a buried chest and it's 500 golden $1 2nd Way of coins. It was written by Aaron Lynn, along with his lifelong buddy Jordan followed put the treasure hunt together, because, well, that's the kind of thing they do. The riddle was posted on Facebook and the Hunt's caught fire. It's so many people have been reaching out, saying like they've been getting out with their family, or they took their kids hunting or them in their girlfriend or something went out so all sorts of people are having fun and fun is what it's all about. The chest isn't hidden on anyone's private property or anywhere hazardous. Aaron and Jordan are probably having the most fun of all. They say they're already planning an even bigger event for next year. Kendall Buell WBZ Boston's.

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Largest fundraiser in the country continues in Boston despite coronavirus

BZ Flashback

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Largest fundraiser in the country continues in Boston despite coronavirus

"The country walks on even if those raising money for the Jimmy Fund are only together in spirit, W B Z is, Kendall Buell explains. It would have been a perfect day for more than 1000 people to walk the streets of Boston to benefit Dana Farber. But circumstances these days, of course, far from ideal for anything of the sort Still Jimmy Fund Walk executive director Zack Blackburn, who like thousands of other people's out walking today with his family near his home. Couldn't be happier. The spirit of it remains the same. Our people are committed as ever to conquering cancer. The turnout has been amazing. And you can't deny the spirit of the Jimmy Fund in Dana Farber, and that's what you're gonna see all throughout Massachusetts, New England and frankly, in the country. We've got at least one walker from all 50 states participating today, altogether more than 6400 participants. And the event is on track to raise between 5.5 and $6. Million can will be old W B Z Boston's news radio. It's 11 3 time for

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The region's management plan for Fisheries W. B. C's Kendall Buell has that There will be no small vessels in the North East ground fishing fleet. If amendment 23 years passed, and boats are required to take a monitor along on every trip at the owner's expense. So, says Vito Giacalone, e executive director of the Gloucester Efficient Community Preservation Fund. Smaller vessels will be insolvent. They know that they don't say it, and the result will be that they lot of business in at least a fish to larger or more, you know, quote unquote. They call them efficient. So that's a re engineering of the fleet and that needs to be called out. Jack Loney notes that while money has been set aside by Congress to help reimburse fishing vessels for the monitoring, burden those earmarks or find it Amendment. 23 has no expiration dates and if it's passed at the end of the month, activists say the local fleets expiration is not far away. Kendall Buell W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio There's fear surrounding the process for creating a cove in 19 vaccine as some think the race is being rushed for political reasons. Now, The Wall Street Journal and New York Times are reporting that several pharmaceutical giants will sign a pledge to not propose a vaccine for government approval until they're proven to be safe. ABC is emergency room physician, Dr Darien Sutton. On how the promise could make a big difference with the recent missteps that the FDA regarding the president releasing incorrect information of the benefits of convalescent plasma, as well as the CDC, releasing confusing guy land over who could get tested. I think public trust right now has never been Maurin important, and President Trump has his own promise a vaccine before the elections. But health experts warn that would not be enough time to ensure that any vaccine is safe with less than 60 days until election Day and ongoing public health crisis. Voting by mail options are centre stage and voters air struggling to decide how best to cast their ballots safely and on time. Amber McReynolds of the national vote at Home Institute says one critical issue does arise when voters don't sign their envelopes before mailing in their ballots signing where it says the sign is absolutely critical. Some states also require witness signatures. Just ensure that you read the instructions and follow the procedures as outlined by your local election. Official mail in voting kicked off in the King's swing state of North Carolina yesterday. With a record 600,000 absentee ballots sent out. President Trump has consistently attacked voting by mail. Well, these are tough times in most of the travel worlds. But not for everyone. The Corona virus has been heart wrenching for those in tourism, but there are a few bright spots. Vacation clubs like exclusive resorts report huge growth this year for a fee members get a set nightly rate to say it more than 400 ultraluxury, private residences and villas around the world. The company says August sales were the best since 2013. April was up more than 500% and sales surged over 230% in July. Wendy Gillette CBS News at least 70 illegal Cases of eviction were filed in Massachusetts housing court this spring, violating the state strict protections for renters. And in some of the evictions, the tenants were only a few $100 short. Most of them without lawyers to defend them. 50 of the cases are in violation of a national ban on displacing renters in federally subsidized properties. In the face of strong criticism, President Trump and his allies are strongly denying reports that he insulted dead U. S Service members. I'm Tom Foti. President. Trump insists that never happened in the magazine report, matched by other news organizations of him insulting American war dead from the man who wants to replace him Democrat job Aiden, If what is written in landing is true is disgusting in affirms.

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Teachers Rally In Boston For Remote Learning

Jay Talking

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Teachers Rally In Boston For Remote Learning

"On Beacon Hill Teachers rally demanding all school district start the year remotely. Here's W B Z is Kendall Buell City and state officials have promised often that the health of teachers and students will by no means be put at risk. Boston Latin math teacher Trevor Smith isn't so sure. That's true. They must look at Boston line school them where the windows don't open and the doors don't open and there's no age back in their house that safe. There's a definite lack of trust there, says Boston Teachers union chief Jessica Tongue webs that making sure facilities are safe is only part of the equation. It's one thing to get the health and safety facilities. Updated. It's a total on other thing to ensure that we actually have plans and ways to teach educators the skills that they need to be able to do a remote learning really, really well. These teachers want resource is to ensure that they want inspections and repairs to all school buildings before they return. They want to believe their health and safety does indeed come first from the Statehouse Candle Bill W. B.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thing they should never have left in. Chile actually addressed the issues before US Speaker Nancy Pelosi, calling all members back for the vote to address the growing fears that there could be problems when it comes to mail in balloting this November. That vote could take place on Saturday at 4 31 So in Boston how well students get to learn this fall well this week their parents get to choose officials will be contacting parents directly. They'll get to choose who their full remote learning or a hybrid where kids go back to school a few days a week. Boston City Councilor at large Michelle Wu says remote school is the best way to go here. She says it would create a bit of stability that we're getting harmony. Friends of incorporating Marky back Peter's stakeholder. Peter's family in this town is a critical ability of people to be able to play in with the first days of school. However, of course it is that time of year. We're college students start to come back to greater Ballston. And as that happens, there's growing concerns from residents about the students coming back from other states. Some states have high spikes of Copan, 19. They're dealing with right now. And they're worried that this could put them in danger ahead of the police force have word Boston College is downplaying those concerns as we hear from W. B. C's Kendall Buell getting into his third year overseeing the security of Boston College in safety of its community. BC police chief Bill Evans says he has no plans to increase police presence to make sure social distancing guidelines. Don't go out the window when kids get back to campus. A former Boston police commissioner feels confident students know what's expected of them. Dean in residential life has sent out many emails. Students behave, but they're not going to be some overly. District policing efforts in the neighborhood at all voluntary compliance, Evan says the school's always contracted some Boston police details at the beginning of the school year to as he says, Make sure the kids respect the neighborhood and respect to health guidelines. Evan says these air smart kids he trusts to make smart choices for everyone's health. Kendall Buell W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio It's 4 33 Let's take a look at the rush hour traffic now in traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's Mike Thanks, Nicole. And just like Captain Busier highways are to the south. Now the expressway South is where we start. It is backed up outside of the tunnel down to South Bay. Now your bracket after Brian Dav count on 20 minutes, Boston to Braintree right now. North pounds. Not bad for those coming in. It's just slow passing over Neponset Circle through three South has a little stop and go coming off the expressway. By the time you're down by Union Street, you're moving along, okay? It is slow down after Route 18 93 has locked up both directions, getting to Route 24 it stays like that on 24 south for about 1/2 mile herself on the Cape or I should say getting off the Cape Route 28. He's hung up for almost a mile into the born rotary and Route six West delays cutting in past Exit two. Rou won 30 from an earlier problem before the bridge that should ease out pretty soon we had an issue up on the operative Rou won 28. Now let's get the latest from them offering insurance copter. It was a crash on 1 28 south. The exit to room one and Peabody. Everything's all cleared up. Now grips are all open but still stacked up in the two through one on 1 28 28 north on building well through well them and will burn and white field strip a lino, my friend. Sure, doctor. Alright, elsewhere to the north. Things were actually pretty good. Now Roots three and 93 or north or better up towards for 95 they reach packed up. Earlier. Not now. Route One looks good up towards the Lynnfield Tunnel Elsewhere downtown, the leopard up krampus slow and so was the Tobin Bridge. Outbound but the lower decks Okay. And all the airport tunnels air fine miking W. B. C's traffic on the three. Mike and Dave. Thank you very much. Let's check the four.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ramp up familiar attacks on the Democratic platform as a quote radical left nightmare for Republicans. Aaron Travers. ABC NEWS Washington The head of Boston College is police force is downplaying concerns that students were turning to school in a few weeks could pose a health risk toe local neighborhoods. By ignoring social distancing guidelines the story this Monday from double BBC's Kendall Buell heading into his third year overseeing the security of Boston College and safety of its community. BC police chief Bill Evans says he has no plans to increase police presence to make sure social distancing guidelines don't go out the window when kids get back to campus. The former Boston police commissioner feels confident students know what's expected of them Dean in residential life. Sent out many emails. Students behave, but they're not going to be some overly strict policing efforts in the neighborhood at all Voluntary compliance, Heaven says The school's always contracted some Boston police details at the beginning of the school year to as he says, Make sure the kids respect the neighborhood and respect to health guidelines. Evan says these air smart kids he trusts to make smart choices for everyone's health. Kendall Buell, W B Z Boston's NewsRadio, A man who used to live in the Hot is suing the town's police department. Gerald Keston, Berg says Thie undercover sting of his house wasn't legal that police never got a warrant. The undercover operation stem from an ongoing legal dispute that test in Bergen, his fiancee at the time, and with their next door, neighbors know Han police telling the daily item. There was never any Unauthorized surveillance. In Kentucky. Legislation being file called Brianna's Law as demonstrators call for more police accountability Wook wise, Natalie Grice with more Brianna's law was shaped by some of the protest. Representative. Scott said that Brianna's law is designed to take into account some of their top.

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Patriots' fifth-round NFL draft pick, kicker Justin Rohrwasser says he will cover tattoo of logo for right-wing group

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Patriots' fifth-round NFL draft pick, kicker Justin Rohrwasser says he will cover tattoo of logo for right-wing group

"The patriots new kicker selected in the fifth round of the NFL draft is getting some questions about a tattoo he has on his left arm WBZ's Kendall Buell explains Justin Rohrwasser likes his patriotic imagery he has an American flag tattoo and ones that say don't tread on me and liberty or death and then there's the Roman numeral three in circling stars wore watcher says you got to support the military but it actually represents the three percenters a group that really likes its guns and according to the anti defamation league really doesn't like minorities or immigrants telling reporters late yesterday that that's something he doesn't want to represent and that he's planning

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Year when many a person's mind turns to the links WBZ's Kendall Buell spoke with some course owners who say there are more than ready to welcome golfers back when they're allowed to from a hill overlooking the beautiful and empty beer mac golf club owner George cater tells me how in the brief time last month between the course opening and being shut down by government order golfers were observing cold but safe practices everywhere one person Burkhart nobody touching the flag poles everyone you know in force and that was that your as you know if you're out golfing not hang around with everybody and so there there was social distancing cater still as a group of employees at work on the course held by mother nature who supplied great spring weather for the fairways and greens now he and all other Massachusetts course owners are waiting for is the okay to welcome undoubtedly impatient golfers back he says he's ready to go we'll be ready that day the ten o'clock you guys got the green card to get a three o'clock you're going to now you get the ten o'clock to ten Kendall Buell WBZ Boston news radio all the famous musicians who put together the **** concert over the weekend race some big Bucks here's CBS's Matt Piper one hundred twenty eight million dollars it's how much money was raised from Saturday night to one world together at home virtual concert the broadcaster to performances seen around the world were organized by the World Health Organization and global citizen with the help of lady Gaga of that total fifty five million will go to the covert nineteen solidarity response fund and seventy three million will go to first responders dozens of artists perform from home all day to like us are sheltering in place Matt Piper CBS news in Europe leaders are planning to use cell phone technology as a way to track the spread of the corona virus but many are skeptical of the idea as we hear from ABC's Megan Williams leaders here in Europe have been long committed to protecting people's digital privacy but public health officials are saying most people will need to have trackers on their mobile phones to trace the movement of the corona virus once the lockdown lips so countries like Austria have adopted a voluntary opt in approach with the tracing device that relies on Bluetooth rather than G. P. S. it keeps track of other phones that come near to someone if they later come down with coated they can alert the others anonymously that they may have been exposed it's a solution that other European countries including Italy are considering Meghan Williams ABC news Rome I am coming up we'll have more news you wanted to see me yes please have a seat so here's the thing when this company brought you one we took a chance on you you didn't have that for your college degree we typically look for right but we gave you a shot anyway and since then you've worked incredibly hard and giving it your all thanks you've been an important asset to the team but I don't think you can be an intern here anymore we want to hire.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bosses at the nursing home about corona virus and now she's dead from that disease WBZ's Kendall Buell has our story we kept waiting for the bomb to drop Maria Cryer told a local television station she called with concerns about the nursing home where she had worked life care center of Nashoba valley she claimed was making no effort to protect its patients or workers life care center was already in the crosshairs of local and state officials who said they were being stonewalled about the number of coronavirus cases at the little gym facility in a statement received by WBZ the Senate laid bare those numbers out of one hundred nine residents at the end of March sixty seven it tested positive for the virus ten have died in a separate statement yesterday the owners of the facility expressed their condolences for the passing of Maria crier the woman who did what she could to protect her patients from the deadly virus but in the end became one of its latest victims can W. WBZ Boston news radio in the Merrimack valley Lawrence is getting aggressive with businesses that aren't city officials are about to slap some fines of up to three hundred dollars every time these businesses are caught flouting social distancing rules mayor Daniel Rivera says if these essential businesses are going to keep doing business they've got to play by the rules I'll keep them in line with random checks by police officers in hopes of keeping the social distancing rules in place seven oh six another performance built to inspire may Z. Tallien hopper star Andrea Bocelli with a stirring performance outside Milan's historic wall mold cathedral on Easter Sunday.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ ten thirty tonight it is forty six degrees and mostly cloudy in Boston at eleven o'clock on this Sunday morning good morning to you thanks for joining us I'm Kendall Buell here's what's happening increased over nineteen testing in Massachusetts means a spike in confirmed cases more than eleven thousand in the Commonwealth now WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes breaks down the latest numbers from the state public health department will give you a look now the state's numbers more than eleven thousand seven hundred people have tested positive for the virus there are more than thirteen hundred new cases in the past twenty four hours and in that same period we lost twenty four more people bringing the death toll in Massachusetts to two hundred and sixteen let's take a deeper dive into the numbers now the group with the highest number of positive cases is people fifty to fifty nine years old they're about twenty three hundred confirmed cases in that age range people thirty nine to forty nine and forty to forty nine represent roughly the same number of cases about nineteen hundred cases for each of those age groups and there are right around nineteen hundred cases just over in people seventy to seventy nine years old meanwhile the Massachusetts department of corrections confirms a third inmate at one of the state's prisons has died after testing positive for covert nineteen to prevent the further spread of the disease officials are limiting the movement of inmates within those facilities WBZ TV's Tasha Neal went low has the details eight thousand prisoners that will be restricted now spokesperson says it's not official lockdown but that's the best way to describe these measures to prevent further outbreak the deal see says inmates will still have attorney visits have access to phones be able to clean their cells and receive mail but their everyday movements within the facilities will be restricted in addition staff and corrections officers who have had close contact with an inmate who has tested positive will now be required to wear a facemask and gloves now the department of corrections released this.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Americans make the home of their dreams a reality and they can help you to rocket mortgage push button get mortgage David Stauffer Lino WBZ's traffic on the threes well these clouds are gonna be with us for a while at least through Wednesday and rain clouds in the mix as well for the next several days as temperatures they're not going to change too much whimsy a low in the low forties overnight holding steady through the day tomorrow down to the upper thirties tomorrow night and Monday climbing only as high as the upper forties in Boston right now is a great forty seven degrees this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm Kendall Buell thanks for joining us here are the five things you need to know at five forty five over a thousand new cases of corona virus reported in Massachusetts J. bringing the statewide total four thousand two hundred fifty seven that's more than thirty percent increase as testing ramped up the death toll in Massachusetts standing at forty four nine new deaths reported today president trump signs off on a disaster declaration for the state freeing up federal funds to fight the corona virus pandemic governor Baker urges pastry residents to roll up their sleeves and give blood saying it could save lives in this crisis two teenagers dead how third in the hospital following a single vehicle crash in Berkeley yesterday the evidence Sanford St of Berkeley police officer found the car on fire and was able to get one person out was attempting to remove another when that vehicle became fully engulfed the third individual was found outside the vehicle the deceased's R. denna fighters Christian quote and Devin Crosby last week three point three million Americans filed for unemployment early one hundred fifty thousand of them from Massachusetts as WBZ's very small tells us some companies still need workers as the corona virus crisis takes a toll on the work force some companies are putting up their help wanted signs.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is Boston's news radio WBZ thirty radio station twenty nine degrees mostly clear skies in Boston at nine thirty good morning on our call in and here's what's happening Massachusetts announcing its second death related to the corona virus pandemic the department of public health says a woman in her fifties from Middlesex County who was dealing with pre existing conditions has died more than fifty two hundred residents of Massachusetts have been tested for covert nineteen by the state public health laboratory and commercial labs as well of those five hundred twenty five people have tested positive Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker yesterday at the state house I want to remind folks that is the testing numbers go up that is the criteria by which you can be tested expands we certainly expect that we'll see an increase in the number of positive test cases as well the governor also announcing yesterday that more than three hundred day care sites will be open tomorrow with more to follow later the rest of the states childcare facilities have been ordered to shut down to help prevent spread of the coronavirus Baker said the drop in sites are reserved for those who must report to work including hospital workers and grocery store employees the government says the site should be used only as a last resort the steam ship authority announcing some changes it's making due to the corona virus outbreak WBZ's Kevin Coleman joins us live now to tell us about those changes good morning Kevin good morning are the steam ship authority notified customers this morning that they must stay in their cars during the trip if for some reason they need to leave the vehicle they they asked to maintain a six foot distance from others this is all to keep everyone safe and to implement social distancing all concessions will be closed so the urge passengers to bring food and beverages with them during the voyage Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio around New England Connecticut state legislator has tested positive for the corona virus state representative Jane Garibay is the first lawmaker from the state to announce a positive test the sixty four year old said that she is resting at home in Maine those who've tested positive now include a Portland police officer and members of the Bates and Colby College communities and if you're in need of a bit of a boost these days and who isn't WBZ's Kendall Buell might have found just the thing for you on the north shore yeah there's something bad spreading out there but they're awesome things spreading as well something just this magical happens that everyone can enjoy especially at a time when a lot of the news is bad it's nice to have some full good news good news was the birth of the go to Newbury Spencer Pierce little farm just a week ago and it spread like well virus thanks to the web camp that regional manager for historically Wicklund Bethany Groff derose set up so she could monitor things while recovering from shoulder surgery and which now brings comic to website visitors twenty four seven webcam stats unavailable but colleges but enjoyed more than forty seven thousand times on Facebook alone this week a bit of a queue or for troubled souls she's irrepressible she can't be stopped a treat to watch an example to follow and we're going to be WBZ Boston news right thank you Kendall and a personal note many years ago when I lived in a communal house sold we raised goats and there is nothing absolutely nothing cuter than a baby goat the latest numbers from around the world on the corona virus coming up here all the time for traffic and weather together we start with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes David is it quieter than usual for a Sunday morning in some spots it has been for example in and out of New Hampshire on route three ninety three and ninety five we've seen a very light volume of traffic this morning I know troubles on four ninety five between Havell in Westford route one his so far so good through Danvers in Saugus and Malden and then heading into town on the Tobin bridge that's looking good that's a quick five minute trip and no trouble through the airport tunnels between the East Boston and downtown lower deck in the liver connector and storage drive also in good shape and on the expressway yeah it's looking good between Boston and Braintree a trouble free ride on the south shore on route three and no problems on twenty four or ninety five to or from Rhode Island the pike is looking good between Boston in the Worcester area everything's clear on route to an idea and on route eighty four to and from the state line David struck Pelino WBZ's traffic on the threes thank you David it is nine thirty four we have twenty nine degrees now the temperature heading up to thirty six this afternoon it'll get down to twenty eight overnight and then tomorrow we'll start cloudy there'll be some rain and wet snow developing in the afternoon from the south shore and city on west and north and it'll be just rain for the south coast and Cape the high thirty five to forty Tuesday will be milder they'll be intervals of clouds and sun the high fifty two and then Wednesday cooler with periods of rain and.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is gray it is damp it is thirty six degrees in Boston at ten o'clock at morning thanks for joining us I'm Kendall Buell here's what's happening knowingly and under the grip of nostalgia that is the great Gil Santos with the call at the start of a dynasty now that chapter is over that's right Tom Brady announcing on social media he is leaving the patriots would bring in Adam Kaufman now and well obviously obviously is the end of an era Kendall and it's going to take some time for people do get used to this fact I know certainly for me I was among the people that believe that ultimately push come to shove Tom Brady would be returning to the pats in part because why you gonna go to Tampa Bay you gonna go to LA with the Chargers gonna go to a team that has a history of losing and believe there forty three years old you'll be the one that turns everything around now we're going to find out if in fact Brady can be that guy and introduce his offense a new system a new program all at once when historically he's taken some time back more time with family this time of year as opposed to going to a mandatory OTA's things along those lines and for the patriots it's full speed ahead for bill Belichick and company because clearly did not want to pay what it would have required to keep Tom Brady here maybe just give him the respect he was looking for any number of different things obviously come into play but it's going to be either Jarrett Stidham he is the one in house candidate or maybe bill Belichick takes a run at a guy like teddy Bridgewater Derek Carr Andy Dalton there are some possibilities out there and talking to be fascinating to see it unfold direct access coronavirus another day more challenges ahead the CDC urges Americans to spend the next fifteen days avoiding being in groups of more than ten people taking discretionary trips and going to bars restaurants and food courts White House point person Dr Deborah Burks says millennials are key to slowing the spread of the virus because they're the ones that are out and about and Burke says younger people are more likely to carry the virus without showing symptoms president trump says he's spoken about it with his teenage son this is how bad is this it's bad it's bad but we're going to we're going to be hopefully a best case not a worst case and that's what we're working for Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House here at home with state health officials say nearly two hundred people now have tested positive for illness of Massachusetts governor Baker's announced a ten million dollar relief fund for small businesses in Massachusetts that are affected by the covert nineteen fallout mayor Marty Walsh says new Boston resiliency fund is hoping to raise twenty million dollars ten oh three traffic and weather together begins with Subaru retailers of going with all wheel drive traffic on the threes lord ready keep an eye on things for us and has a look and help there were lower while we're switching over to Kevin Brennan here Kendall and overall not a bad ride we've seen light volume throughout the morning commute continues to be the case couple trouble spots watching south of town one down in lake Phil on one forty north bound picking up a crash you're approaching to right wing crash with reported injuries soon after exit nine in that lake Phil stretch on one forty north bound do expect delays there start to pick up behind that over on route one in Renton we got a car into a pole at the intersection of Thurston street causing some slowdowns there as well rest of the roads really not too bad twenty four ninety five route three very quiet getting up towards the expressway expressway north bound a nice ride all the way up to the o'neill tunnel southbound the same getting down to the Braintree split downtown Boston quiet on the lower deck sake a bridge as well as the lever connector the river roads and airports tunnels are in great shape up to the north you got a nice ride on one twenty eight between Wakefield and wal famine were once looking good from Topsfield down of the Tobin bridge Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes thanks Kevin we're looking at low temperatures for much of the day today before things warm up quite a bit the mercury climbing into the upper forties under these cloudy skies and the clouds clear tonight with an overnight low in right around thirty seven degrees tomorrow mostly sunny and nice we're looking at about fifty right now though in Boston it is a great thirty six well work sites in Boston are going silence all in the name of stopping the spread of covert nineteen WBZ's Karen regal report you may not have the corona virus but it has you the latest strike construction workers Boston.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The plug on visits to patients until further notice adult patients at all lifespan hospitals here in Rhode Island will not be allowed to have visitors this is an effort to help limit the spread of coronavirus according to doctors the jeep Honda chief of hospital medicine for the lifespan physicians group we need to keep the patients that we have in the hospital safe and we also need to keep the health care providers say where we don't want to be is a situation where there may be community transmission which we can't quite figure out as to how it occurred at which point then we would be more reactionary with regards to this we want to get ahead of the curve there are exceptions for end of life care and critically ill patients Hasbro children's hospital will allow one parent to accompany their child from Rhode Island hospital Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio and it's seven oh six the Norfolk DA's office says the police shooting of a man accused of pointing what looks like a gun at the officer in Boston was justified Justin Ruth was injured in that shooting but was able to speed away from Brigham and women's hospital you might remember that police chasing a test not hill ended with a crash on route nine the report finds that six officers shot route twenty six times after repeatedly ordering him to drop it appeared to them to be a weapon valley of Brigham and women's was hit during this during all this by what was later determined to be a police officer's bullet route was actually holding a replica gun the now former teacher's assistant in Easton is being held tonight without bail after he was arraigned on several charges including child rape a dangerous this hearing will be held Thursday until then at the very least Matthew Parris will be behind bars Paris who had been at southeastern regional vo tech for roughly a year and a half was summarily fired Thursday after the allegations surfaced a statement from the eastern school district says those accusations included several students Barris was arraigned this afternoon on charges of kidnapping a child in forcible rape of a child the police report was not read in court Kendall Buell WBZ Boston news radio and seven oh.

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Are Republicans Crossing Over To Vote In Democratic Ballots?

WBZ Morning News

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Are Republicans Crossing Over To Vote In Democratic Ballots?

"Well president trump wins the Republican primary easily in New Hampshire it's an open primary meaning registered independents can cast a ballot for either party which could lead to some low level political trickery we sent WBZ's Kendall Buell to check it out supporters here well supporters I was investigating the theory that some trump supporters will try to put their thumbs on the scales by taking a democratic ballot and voting for the weakest candidate no one fast up to would under journalistic interrogation so I asked folks who'd been standing for hours outside the polling stations if they'd see that's why I haven't seen any down now now you'd be able to tell which of course they don't look at you in the eyes when they walk by every day take such a dim view of the idea of Republicans casting democratic ballots I think there's some Republicans are crossing over I think we're idiots positives out of that as well but as far as G. O. peers trying to game the system this democratic activist doesn't even know how that would work if they know who our weakest was nobody else knows but in the end I did find my trump supporter he voted for trump that's right bill my job Minnesota son along with both of EM

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cast ballots in whichever party's primary they want some say this could lead to some low level political trickery something WBZ's Kendall Buell checked out any prompt supporters here any twelve supporters I was investigating the theory that some trump supporters will try to put their thumbs on the scales by taking a democratic ballot and voting for the weakest candidate no one fast up to would under journalistic interrogation so I yes folks should been standing for hours outside the polling stations if they'd see that's why I haven't seen any down now now you you would be able to tell which of course they don't look at you in the eye when they walk by not every death and take such a dim view of the idea of Republicans casting democratic ballots I think there's some Republicans are crossing over so I think we're idiots positives out of that as well but as far as G. O. peers trying to game the system this democratic activist doesn't even know how that would work if they know who our weakest was nobody else knows and in the end I did find my trump supporter he voted for trump that's right bill my job the citizen I want my vote to be in from Portsmouth Kendallville WBZ Boston's newsradio Michael Bloomberg is apologizing for remarks resurfacing from twenty fifteen and what she defended New York stop and frisk policy democratic presidential candidate might Bloomberg is making news but not just for collecting boats as a write in candidate in the town that holds two hamsters early as primary former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg launched his democratic presidential bid with an apology for his support for New York stop and frisk policy now he's apologizing for comments he made it a twenty fifteen appearance at the Aspen Institute in which she defended the practice saying the way to bring down murder rates is to quote but a lot of cops in minority neighborhoods because that's where all the crime is in the audio Bloomberg says that you can't quote just take the description Xerox it and pass it out to all the cops in a statement Bloomberg says he inherited the policy and then his remarks don't reflect his commitment to criminal justice reform and racial equity he says he cut back on the policy but quote I should have done it faster and sooner president trump sent out and then deleted a tweet highlighting the audio declaring Bloomberg's a total racist from has himself been a vocal supporter of stop and frisk policies Jennifer king Washington for prosecutors who work to convict former trump adviser Roger stone have resigned from the case stone was convicted in November of obstructing a congressional investigation into Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election the prosecutors moves come after president trump tweeted stones proposed punishment was a miscarriage of justice the president had this to say at a White House event no I didn't make it did yes I'd be able to do it if I wanted to have the absolute right to do it I stay out of things to a degree that people wouldn't believe but I didn't speak to him I thought the recommendation was ridiculous I thought the whole prosecution was ridiculous this from Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer the president seems to think the entire justice department is just his personal lawsuit to prosecute his enemies and help his friends rule of law in this grand grand tradition in this wonderful justice department is just being totally converted to Donald trump's own personal desires and needs and it's a disgrace Roger stone should get the full amount of time the prosecutors recommended and we're gonna we're gonna do some oversight of that the justice department has filed an updated sentencing recommendation noting that the prior recommendation of seven to nine years would not be appropriate and instead deferring to the court for an appropriate sentence a New York jury did not get to hear from Harvey Weinstein at his rape trial the defense rested without calling him Harvey Weinstein's attorneys will begin their closing arguments Thursday after emotional and often graphic testimony from six women who say the disgraced movie mogul raped or sexually assaulted them and his power in Hollywood made them too fearful to say no the defense case relied on three witnesses to cast doubt on the women's accusations including a former roommate of one scene accuser Jessica man who said she spoke highly of him at one point said the roommate she called him her spiritual soul mate Marla diamond for CBS news New York federal prosecutors in Rhode Island say a woman who treated close friends her step brother and firefighters out of nearly five million dollars is sentenced to eight years in prison and ordered to pay restitution well Nick Brady of east Greenwich apologized in court prosecutors say she use the money to pay for a lavish lifestyle the mayor of Hey roll wants people to know the city does have a parking garage WBZ's Karen regal tells us you'd never know it Hey rules mayor says the current parking plan was put into place several years ago to curb commuter rail parking on the streets and encourage business local shops and restaurants it worked so is mayor Jim Fiorentini but now you get cheap parking spaces fifty cents an hour to meet her and a city garage no one seems to know anything about that right now isn't making money and upgrade is needed do people even though the downtown parking garage exist that it's there that that's an option because I think people are a little confused about that no they don't not everybody knows that we get calls I got an email from somebody that said I drove around for half an hour I didn't find a space when I told as a garage that's hardly ever used she did know about so we need to do a better job of communication in April Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio sports betting proposal in Maine dies in the legislature the house did not reach the two thirds majority needed to override a veto by governor Janet mills the Senate voted last week to override the veto by just a single vote mill says the house made the right decision and she urged lawmakers to slow down coming up we'll check traffic this is only from Jordan's furniture wall you women listening right now I have a favor to ask of you go to your closet see if you.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At nine thirty good morning I'm Kendall Buell here's what's happening lots of angry ward B. rail riders on the north shore many picking up their gear walking right off the stalled trade along the new report rock port line we bring onboard Grandy known Laurie we're hearing no power no he one person tweeting were sitting ducks setting a lot of folks out there Kendall big trouble on the MBTA officials with the commuter rail WBZ newsradio that it all started with a low voltage electrical issue untrained one oh four no fire luckily but lots of sparks flying around and now an investigation is going on by the tea and kill list of that train which was just outside of Salem station had to be pushed by train one fifty six seven Newbury port so one oh four is running almost two hours late one fifty six over an hour and a half late also both the one fifty eight and one sixty trains continue to hold between the Salem and Beverly station so nobody is moving there just yet more coming up with traffic on the trees all right thanks Lori mayor Marty Walsh was among hundreds of volunteers out on the streets of Boston last night's conducting the annual homeless census the mayor told me a short time ago it'll be a few weeks until all the data is compiled but he himself counted fewer homeless people than in years past and the homeless population is Studley trending lower house was twenty two hundred almost folks it since two thousand fifteen we have a system in Boston now of all the providers that never comes work for a long time in the city work collaboratively with state on on ending chronicles mention that to be a box and sure divisional sent out so I think that we've seen some of the benefits of all of that work in the backseat with me last night's was the fortieth annual homeless census a crash involving a state police cruiser overnights in Leominster is Dan also involved were told that there was a heavy damage to the cruiser in both drivers were injured we have not however gotten details on those injuries former state police trooper David Wilson is avoiding jail time after pleading guilty to stealing more than thirty thousand dollars in overtime pay for **** see either never wore chore failed to finish Wilson of Joan was sentenced to two years probation and community service in order to repay some twenty grand no sooner has the centers for disease control announced new screening procedures a Logan airport than a corona virus scare there last night one person sick on a flight from Beijing checked out but the bench Lee despite being sick declined a trip to the hospital and now more than a hundred Americans are among those not being allowed off a cruise ship in Italy as we hear from Sabina castle Frankel wrote passengers aboard a Costa cruise ship in the port of TV topic can north of Rome I being screened for the Chinese virus and then not being allowed to disembark for the time being a fifty year old woman from Macau came down with flu like symptoms and she and her husband were immediately put in isolation her husband appears to have no symptoms Costa said its priority is the health oval those on board Sabina castle Franco CBS news RO a jaw dropping discovery that federal officials have made on the border between Mexico and California that's right around the corner right now though nine thirty three it's time to head to the streets to kick off traffic.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"When you get a king bad for the price of a queen or queen for the price of a twin plus get a free adjustable bass when you spend just four ninety nine Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three cloudy but with the exception of perhaps a scattered shower here and there mostly dry this new year's eve in Boston the mercury hitting forty eight added sized it's going to be at forty at midnight as those guys start to clear new year's day expected to be mostly sunny breezy mid forties upper forties forecast for Thursday and Friday right now the city gray skies a temperature of thirty nine degrees this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news was never stop good morning I'm Kendall Buell and here are the five things you need to know eleven forty five first night activities now underway in Boston a million people expected in town by the time we ring in twenty twenty moments of silence in Copley square this morning got things started they were in memory of a worker killed setting up a first night stage on Saturday morning president trump hold the run responsible after angry Iraqi protesters stormed Baghdad screens on this morning two state troopers struck overnight on Massachusetts wrote both are recovering from their injuries wild fires burning across Australia have killed at least twelve people burn more than twelve million acres and destroyed more than a thousand homes the fighters trapped residents one seaside town forcing them on the beach and boats to escape at one point the wild fires came close to.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is Boston's news radio WBZ thirty radio station we're at a soggy thirty two degrees in Boston at twelve thirty good afternoon I'm Kendall Buell here's what's happening the plow blades may have been staying up but Sanders and soldiers have been getting a lot of mileage north and west of Boston ice and freezing rain making it a tough go and will be for some time as WBZ accu weather meteorologist dean devore tells us as we head through the rest of the day through tonight or tomorrow not much change temperatures gonna stay and hover in the low to mid thirties in Lenore ice storm continues northwest of four ninety five it closer to the city of the coast temperatures upper thirties low forties rain drizzle in areas of low clouds and fog into tomorrow morning and just how are the road crews keeping up with that ice and frozen Raynal WBZ's Karen Regals taken over the weather beaten joins us from approach route ninety three fortune daily looking down on ninety three north and stuff like that are you about twenty minutes ago I want to pick up truck kind of US Hwy down the road going up a little too fast here ninety three south bound well worn different the soldiers in standard to make I just are replying to the call but the room just pushing all this what stern sleet and snow and whatever it is the weather in deciding to do today apparently like to do everything at once pushing it out of the way in laying down the salt and sand and now we got her coming through here at a far more orderly and less chaotic state but if you're very icy very slushy very slippery knocker driving conditions at all as I made my way over here I decided to be stupid and take a lot of the back roads twisting awards really dangerous I almost had one of the walls when I my card so I did it in the bud light bulbs make contact well with the roads are anymore so it is very slippery I DO here very dangerous driving and working conditions for that matter take it easy in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston news right Karen stay safe some outages as a result of this storm as well currently media reports just over three thousand customers without power the lion's share of them in the western part of the state the towns of Santa's field and Thailand currently the hardest hit at Logan airport meanwhile some six three flight cancellations mostly by Cape air and Canadian carrier jazz air sixty five total delays in and out of Boston the third of those on jet blue as always check with your carrier before heading to the airport the crime fighting guardian angels are taking their streets.

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Worker killed during First Night preparations

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Worker killed during First Night preparations

"A death investigation under way after a worker was killed during preparations for the first night celebration at Copley square WBZ's Kendall Buell has more from downtown crews were already at work here in Copley square as the sun came up no evidence of yesterday's emergency operation or the death investigation that followed the accident worker only described as a male in his late twenties was helping a right to lighting to or when a ballast when thirty five hundred pounds came down on his chest he was pronounced dead at the scene investigators Moshe are working to determine how that ballast came loose from a forklift in a statement mayor Walsh says the city's conducting its own investigation and said his heart goes out to the family and friends of the deceased it'll be a host of musical acts performing starting Tuesday morning and continuing to the strike of midnight here underneath the is

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Throughout the northeast corner checking on things and sell station this morning is WBZ's Kendall Buell and he joins us now live morning Kendall morning Jim a bunch of people have just gotten on train twenty one fifty one heading down to DC by way of New York and Philadelphia and their boarding that train with their fingers crossed because people overnighted and seeing the ladies up to four hours and one person who's getting on the train was supposed to leave at nine thirty last night but Ian from national who was heading down to Philly to see some friends while he's been a long night in south station with the birds I finish knitting a scarf it was great yeah it doesn't sound like it was that peaceful though on some the trains that had been traveling overnight again that have seen their trips extended by up to four hours a tweet from one person who was on trade one seventy seven says old the tension in this cabin locally the people boarding right now are going to have a nice easy why didn't get where they're going on time will be letting you know how it's going with that schedule live from south station WBZ Boston's news right as five oh two we are following a police investigation this morning out of East Boston don't have a whole lot of details and what's going on we do know that there is a heavy police presence in the area of Saratoga in Shelby street we don't have a lot of information but there are reports of police taper roping off an area around the bar in that neighborhood we're working to get more on that story here in the WBZ news around and a friendly reminder from police in Lole who have been dealing with a number of.

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"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kendall buell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Up W. B. C.'s Kendall Buell that space walk is scheduled to last until one thirty or so this afternoon power company and clean up crews back on the job today the storm we had the other night made a bass side of neighborhoods fallen trees operated plants leaves all over the place some seventy thousand power customers are still out penny Connor of ever source told WBZ's dad ray on night side their crews are hard at work we restore by addressing the outage events that impact the most customers and we keep wiggling that down depending on the situation customers who might be the very last one on a transformer at the end of the line those tend to be the ones that end up being some of the later one ever source and national grand expect all power to be back by tomorrow night president trump is ordered flags to be flown at half staff at the White House and other federal buildings to honor Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings he died yesterday at the age of sixty eight Cummings was chairman of house oversight one of the committee's leading the impeachment inquiry of president trop is being remembered as a champ of civil rights the rich are getting richer here CBS's map Piper to be in the top one percent of income murders here in the U. S. requires annual adjusted gross earnings of at least five hundred fifteen three hundred seventy one thousand dollars those official numbers coming from the IRS about one point four million taxpayers earned at least that amount in twenty seventeen with the latest numbers were crunched the top fifty percent of all US taxpayers earn at least forty one thousand seven hundred forty dollars to be in the uber rich club or top point oh oh one percent you needed annual income of at least sixty three billion box back Piper CBS news coming up are you an over thinker the results of a new study is the next nine thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers off New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is what the Florida well it continues to be real tough Depp on the inbound side of the Tobin bridge continues to.

House Oversight seeks documents on for-profit migrant detention

WBZ Afternoon News

03:44 min | 3 years ago

House Oversight seeks documents on for-profit migrant detention

"Voted to subpoena documents related to president trump's zero tolerance policy on migrants entering the country illegally which led to thousand the children being separated from their parents this move comes a day after a Guatemalan woman suing the government because her daughter died in federal custody testified before the house oversight committee WBZ's Kendall Buell spoke to ABC's Serena Marshall earlier about the heart wrenching testimony heard in that house chamber yesterday handle that is to say the least members of both parties are visibly moved by her testimony some wiping away tears it was definitely hard to hear her outline the conditions as she described the move neglected mistreatment she and her at the time nineteen month old daughter received well in government custody he said you don't want your baby girl die slowly and painfully unable to do anything or convince government officials to help but she said she was speaking out yesterday to this committee because she thinks the world needs to know what is happening to so many children and I tension she pleaded with lawmakers is saying I can be so hard for a country like the United States to protect children still at least one Republican member of that committee Serena had said that it was all a motion and very little fact saying that conditions haven't changed since the previous administration yeah they said that they have a lot of feeling for the mom that they can't imagine what she went through but then a Q. Democrats ascential using her story and ordered to it just to bolster their claims the inadequate facilities but that's a line we also heard from the president he said these facilities are clean there might standards we heard from the acting DHS secretary over the weekend on this weekend and he said that there's no they didn't believe the claims are unsanitary conditions but remember Kendall it's not just the monitors who were in these facilities who claimed unsanitary conditions not just the people who were holding them after being released that claimed they had problems with the condition that was at DHS IG report that came out last week that outlined conditions that were unsanitary that quoted one of the agents and saying it's a ticking time bomb and so when you look at those reports in their entirety all the stories seem to match up know what action our legislators considering at this point well you mentioned the Democrats plan energy legislation in order to have some more oversight of the detention facilities that is something they wanted to see happen as part of that funding bill that was passed last week but they also want to see as some requirements of oversight they want to have more monitors have access to facilities have requirements for showers and feeding and and things of that nature no one thing that we should be clear on here is ice detention is very different from CDPD potential other stories of of that we heard over the past couple weeks about CDPD tension those are the concrete cells they're only meant to hold individuals for a couple of hours or days we'll see maybe processes people and move them into either eyes Cassidy for unaccompanied children to HHS custody or in some cases into the interior when they're claiming asylum while they await their immigration hearing but in many cases they're being held for multiple days or weeks and because of that how many people are coming across and how inundated TV P. has that with these asylum seekers now I believe are meant for long term detention they are supposed to have showers bad cafeterias infirmaries and immigration court as part of the facilities but his mom telling her story she said that she went to the doctors she pleaded with them to do something for her daughter who got sick while in custody and they gave her Tylenol and honey when she was released after that maximum twenty day hold she took her daughter to the emergency room to a hospital they said they had a viral infection they could easily been treated but they watcher quickly deteriorate again that's a B. C. Serena

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