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"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Death penalty for the brutal death of Dorchester, mother, jazzy Korea. Coleman is scheduled to appear in Boston federal court today accused of kidnapping Korea last month when she was out celebrating her twenty third birthday at a Boston nightclub four days later Coleman was stopped in Delaware. Where state police say they found Korea's body in the trunk of his car. Coleman vases, a federal charge of kidnapping resulting in death that federal charge makes him eligible for the death penalty. If convicted Korea was laid to rest on Saturday. A funeral mass was held at Saint Peter's church in Dorchester, Sheri, small WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio a scare in Boston. Again this morning when another young woman goes missing from a Boston nightclub. But this time the nineteen year old is found safe and sound WBZ's KENDALL Buhl on Lansdowne St. at the house of blues response was fast and intensive every patrol and district four engaged in the search for Rebecca McCarthy. While command post was set up on Lansdowne St. with the nineteen year old was last seen outside the house of blues. Shortly after seven last night news that he awarded gone missing from outside of Boston. Hotspot was a particular concern at a time when two females have been abducted from city clubs in the past month and a half rescued after days of sexual assault by her alleged abductor another found dead in the trunk of a car tomorrow Boston police in top city officials meet with the owners of Boston clubs to discuss ways to better keep their female patrons safe this morning. We saw response from Boston police the chose. They're taking this mission. Very seriously Lonsdale street, KENDALL Buhl WBZ Boston's NewsRadio a woman's screams and a car horn help put an end to an attempted carjacking and kidnapping in a market basket parking lot in Methuen. WBZ's Karyn regal says help comes from a witness who heard and saw it all unfold. A well. Let bustling shopping plaza on April St. off the old one ten road arrays where police say a man attacked a woman in her car, but they won't beliefs. Captain Chris McCarthy says they didn't know each other Raphael Rosario Fifty-three of Lawrence for strangulation attempted kidnapping, attempted hijacking and assault and battery on bystander intervened. And chase a suspect he.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Government shutdown may be over for now. But WBZ's KENDALL Buhl tells us talks are continuing on. Hill for a relief package for workers going about pay shut down as long as the one that just ended his never happened before. But there's no confidence on beacon hill. It won't happen again. I'll speak about Dalil wants a task force ready to go in that eventuality. We'd all get together as a house as a Senate as an administration to make sure that three weeks, hence, we're going to be prepared that will have some answers that we can tell these folks in terms of what they may be getting their next dollar from deleo says he got no commitment from governor Baker or Senate president Karen Spilka when he brought up the idea yesterday at their usual, Monday afternoon meeting the administration of the upper chamber have both been preparing their own responses to be ready should Washington's wheels come off again in three weeks time, KENDALL Buhl WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. President Trump is dismissing a tell all book by a former White House aide calling it made up stories and fiction the book called team vipers by cliff SIMS compares, many Trump staffers to snakes the president tweeted that SIMS pretended to be an insider when in fact, he. Was nothing more than a gopher President Trump's campaign says it's preparing to sue SIMS for violating a nondisclosure agreement. A new Bill on beacon hill would allow police dogs injured in the line of duty to get the same medical response as any other officer. It's called Niro's Bill in honor a police dog Nero and his canine officer, the late Yarmuth. Police sergeant Sean Gannon who was shot and killed last year while serving a warrant to be able to remove and treat him under current law. They had to wait for a retired canine officer to pick up Niro and bring him to a veterinary hospital. State Representative will Crocker barnstable wants to change that he introduced a Bill that would allow police stocks be treated and transported. Just like any other member of the police force IV's or any other bandaging or any emergency treatment? Just they would do with your eye and be able to transport them. Niro's Bill is filed and waiting to be assigned to a committee for review Sheri, small WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. Now that the US is withdrawing from Syria. What happens to all? At the foreign fighters being held by US-backed forces. Cbs's Cami McCormick is at the Pentagon Pentagon tried unsuccessfully for months to convince countries to take back their nationals now with American forces. Withdrawing the US backed Kurdish forces holding the foreign fighters say they'll be forced to release them and many countries may have no choice Francis. Reportedly accepting more than one hundred French Jihadist most countries haven't wanted them back because of the legal issues involved in detaining and trying fighters captured on the battlefield in Syria. According to the French interior minister, all of those returned to France will be reviewed by the court and incarcerated there if need be eleven eight time to check Wall Street, we say good morning again to Tracy jonky at Bloomberg. Hey, Ben Harley Davidson didn't make a profit toward the end of last year because of tariffs overseas and a drop in sales at home here up slapped tariffs on its motorcycles to retaliate for US tariffs on steel and Harleys efforts to appeal to younger buyers in the US aren't. Gaining traction stock is dropping seven percent. The Dow's gains are threatening to lose traction. It's now slipping in and out of positive territory right now up fourteen points. Nasdaq down fifty nine the SNP down eight points. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio drumming up Super Bowl commercials. They're not just for the Super Bowl anymore. Attention investors..
The U.S. Government Has Officially Filed Charges Against Huawei
"No arrests at this time. Roger stone has federal court today facing charges in the Russian meddling investigation. Stone tall WR Cao's. Howie carr. His version of his connection with WikiLeaks Julian Assange himself disclosed to the nation on CNN in June July of two thousand sixteen and again on an August. Twenty sixteen told me the stop was dynamite. When the reporter says is what Assange has good. And I said, yes, it is. I tell Ben. And if he called me back that doesn't show that I knew the substance or content only that I had gotten a tip that it was significant, by the way, Howie. It was significant. That's what this is all about if we can create a controversy about where the emails come from. Maybe the American voters will be distracted from the content of the emails shows the vino corruption and the dirty tricks of the Clinton upgrade stone is expected to plead not guilty. When he appears before a federal judge in Washington DC today, the federal government continues. Is slow Riboud after being in shutdown mode for more than a month, the National Transportation Safety board says the furlough prevented its investigators from looking at several air and traffic accidents that killed nearly three dozen people and its efforts at getting back up to speed may never happen. It's as evidence from some crash locations may be lost forever. The NTSB is charged with figuring out the cause of crashes and making recommendations to prevent them six thirty eight. Now, we check business news and good morning. Andrew O'day. Good morning. They have a new wave of football concussion lawsuits charges the NCAA and dozens of private universities with failing to protect student athletes from later life brain injuries. Dozens of lawsuits were filed over the past four days. Bloomberg law has learned more than two hundred additional cases are on the way. There are already more than one hundred related cases already pending a day after corporate warnings about the slowdown in demand in China from chipmaker Invidia and earthmoving equipment maker Caterpillar tanks. Wall street. Futures are slipping. Global markets are mixed s and p futures right now down three look at home prices in January check on consumer confidence are on today's economic calendar. And the fed will open its two day interest rate setting meeting today announced without interest rates tomorrow. Basically, no one in the investment community or in the economic forecasting community predicts we're going to get anything like a rate hike. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. It's six thirty nine in Massachusetts wants to be ready should another shutdown put the squeeze on federal workers living here in the bay state. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl reports lessons were learned. Right. The train couldn't possibly come off the tracks again, right? I don't think we can leave here today. Saying, okay. This is an issue, which is which is gone. It's finished. We don't have to worry about it. That's how speak about deleo after as usual Monday meeting with Senate president Karen Spilka governor Baker in which contingency plans for another shutdown were among the topics believe wants the administration. In two legislative bodies to form. A task force. Spill already has one in place in
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm KENDALL Buhl some earlier problems that affected nine one. One calling capabilities have been rectified WBZ's. Ben Parker is here with what's been happening. Ben. Yeah. Kendall, an outage that affected internet communications company century link had been impacting nine one one calling capabilities in various parts of the country, including here in Massachusetts. Mass state police now say those technical issues have been resolved and that callers locally can resume using nine one one from their cell phones for public safety emergencies. Now police have been urging residents to contact emergency. First responders using a full ten digit number from their cell phones. If the nine one one wasn't working CenturyLink, by the way, indicated it has been working on repairing what the company called the network element. It's been causing problems since yesterday when a number of CenturyLink customers were left without internet outage stretch from New York to California also KENDALL in addition to knocking out some. Nine one one emergency calls services, the outage caused some service problems with phones and ATM's in the western part of the country out in Colorado, some doctors and nurses couldn't access patient records rather than using digital devices. They had to take notes with pencil and paper and watery fficials in Wyoming. It said they would postpone posting winning lottery numbers on the internet and winnings for the day until after this outage was over. But things apparently getting at least a little better. All right. Thanks a lot of outages in New York City overnight and a lot of New Yorkers saying look like war, the world's an electrical fire to con Edison. Plant in queens, lighting, up the sky and hues of blue in green for several minutes. Residents of a story like ABC's common. Cox poured out of their apartments trying to figure out what was that wanted to go outside. So I went to the roof and couldn't get out to the roof. So then I went downstairs. The sidewalk and my husband is like don't go outside. It's probably not safe. And I of course, I'm like I need to see what's going on so definitely panicked. But then when I saw everyone else outside and things seemed okay, I didn't worry as much, but then we immediately moments later started to see all the fire trucks. And it was a few more moments before we heard about a con Ed fire the incident temporary closed LaGuardia. No injuries were reported. The seventh day of the partial government shutdown almost certainly not the last ABC's Mary Bruce has the latest federal workers are now in limbo who wants to know to work in that note, they wanna get paid with two kids in college department of Justice employee Tanya via says, the uncertainty hits hard.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"O'day after the NASDAQ slipped briefly into bear market territory yesterday, more than twenty percent below the most recent highs early Wall Street indicators suggest we could see a lengthier stay in bear territory today, isn't that wonderful? We get to wrap up two thousand eighteen th final full trading week. And on a rough week. It's been s&p futures right now losing twelve NASDAQ futures down forty Dow futures down eighty seven for the opening bell coming up at eight thirty. We could find a look at US economic growth in the third quarter. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect GDP to have increased at an annual rate hope three and a half percent. That's in line with the earlier estimate. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. A new study finds that young people who binge drink are having a hard time staying off their social media accounts. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl takes a look face it. No, one is as witty or charming. They think they are when they're four. Five six sheets to the wind. But try telling that to a college binge drinker with the social media account Natalie's bio says the psych broth, Texas State university who ran the study alcohol impacts, judgment negativity. And so if they're on while they're binge drinking, and they're posting. They may be putting inappropriate step out there. You think of course, long after the buzzers worn off the consequences remain can have a big impact on their future acutely, there could just be embarrassment. But it could have a longer impact. Compounding matters. Researchers found that drinkers who regularly overdo it are more inclined to be addicted to their social media accounts. Kendall Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty after thirty years on the job. Everett school superintendent Frederick first-year year announces he is retiring one day after he was put on administrative leave because of allegations of sexual harassment, the Massachusetts commission against discrimination is already investigating the claims from two of forest years. Former co workers as well as a separate investigation. That will go ahead at the request of the school committee eight ten on this Friday morning. The holidays are upon us. And it's hard to believe that there is a significant Christmas shortage are Carl Stevens takes a deeper look. Just a few days away from Christmas. And I was wondering if you're looking for a job but temporary job. We have.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Josh binswanger. WBZ news. Here's what's happening about a mile from the scene of the fire. The claim the life of Christopher ROY Worcester. Firefighters once again strapping their helmets back on battling more flames. This time on Allen street. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl is at the scene. Good morning. Carol. Josh. Stations. Sunday's plays that have been here on alad Streep's. They have been under a dark cloud since Sunday's Ethan imagine. But deputy chief Martin Dyer says his crew still had plenty of fight. Oh. Three times. Went straight to work. Okay. All night. They did the best job that job made especially tough by the flames the race through the walls of this multifamily home by the freezing temperatures to four screws to stretch hoses for blocks get working hydrants which forced firefighters navigate frozen streets and ladders five two of those firefighters Josh were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Kindle, let me ask you. You're a career firefighter. In addition to being a reporter here at WBZ. And what goes through one's mind when you're fighting a three alarm four alarm five alarm blaze while as you're heading to the scene. Josh your training the job that you play on your crew the world, it's your crew plays into larger firefighting operation the tools that you're going to need firefighters are thinking more about what they are going to do to do the job right then worrying about what can go wrong to jeopardize selves. And I I would hazard to say Josh that this is the first time since Sunday that these. Firefighters with this job to do have not been preoccupied with the loss of their brother firefighter. Christopher ROY KENDALL. Thank you very much. That's WBZ's. Kendall Buhl at the scene of that fire in Worcester. This morning. A manhunt is on in France..
No doubt MbS behind Khashoggi murder: Republican senators
"Following a briefing by the director of the CIA, gene hospital. US senators said that there is no doubt that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman should be held accountable for the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamaica Shoghi kashogi was killed on October. The second after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents needed for his upcoming marriage hustle met with democrat and Republican senators yesterday and they've now vowed to take action against Saudi Arabia. Well, joining me in the studio is Bill Lou who's a Middle East analyst, and who was also a friend of Jamaica Shoghi. Elizabeth KENDALL Buhl also be joining us. She's a senior research fellow in our bec- at Pembroke college. Oxford Bill, let's just talk about Gina hospital. Now, she's the head of the CIA. The agency's been quite clear about who it thinks is responsible for this. But of course, she was kept away from the initial briefing. Tell us tell us what the CIA has said, well, essentially, they have confirmed what everyone has been saying really for quite some time that it's very clear abundantly clear from. The evidence that they have acquired, including these electronic messages that that the moments Amman was very much involved in the murder of Hashem Rosie in the in the consulate in Istanbul. What's what's interesting is the junior hospital was prevented from going to the Senate to just last week. Mr. pale, the sectors state engine, manufactured fence were the ones who went. And I think that was a blunder I think it was a serious blunder by by Trump because it damages both a pump Heo and Mattis as well as as President Trump. And I think to put this into context with tend to a look at all these statements that come out of the White House said about various actors and players on the world, San, but this is unprecedented. This is a very senior members of the of the ruling Republican party attacking an ally in no uncertain terms. Calling him crazy saying we will not do business with this, man. Speaking about really, a a mental aberration. And and being appalled at what he has been told. And what he's heard. So it's an unprecedented step that that is that is that is unrivalled. And I think it's going to be damaging for Trump. I think it's going to be damaging for the people that support him. And really, I you know, my home. Convince Oman obviously now is on very very thin ice as you say unprecedent to attack an ally like that, but also hugely problematic for the Senate to go. So against what the president to say. Yes. An and because it's leading Republicans supporters vocal supporters of of Trump that have carried this attack out. So it's not just an attack on Amman is an attack on the strategy that somehow we can maintain a relationship with my mind because we need Saudi Arabia now, what Lindsey Graham was saying. I'm making a distinction here. Saudi Arabia is not NBS an and really that's a road perhaps out of this mess. Don't trump. But when you look at Saudi Arabia right now, it is MBA because he controls everything the economy, the military security system. And and and now really the challenge is can there's some space be created. So those within the ruling found in Saudi Arabia can start the process of actually getting rid of. I'm on..
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bloomberg business on WBZ, NewsRadio already, Tracy. Thank you. A New Hampshire extreme racial insensitivity is how Dovers school superintendent describes a Christmas. Carol parody has sparked an ongoing investigation that town's high school. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl fills us in extreme discomfort to let it Dover. High. Eleventh grader to record video. Uh-huh. Of classmates singing K, K K K K K. Let's kill all the blacks to the tune of Jingle Bells all while others laughed. The offending students had been given the assignment of taking a popular Christmas song and changing it to tell a story about post civil war reconstruction. The Joe's into Ku Klux Klan is their topic. Parents can't understand why that didn't raise alarm bells for the teacher in question or why that teacher didn't put an immediate stop to the song when students were singing about blood at their feats that teacher off the job for now is the investigation continues. The district won't say if the students will be disciplined, KENDALL Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty business on Capitol Hill is on hold out of respect for former president George H W Bush, but one big item on the to do list is looming. Trump was scheduled to sit down today at the White House. We Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and house minority leader Nancy Pelosi, but that meeting has been postponed until next week due to the memorial services for former president, George H W Bush congress. Cancelled votes this week, but lawmakers will likely approve a measure to fund parts of the government for two weeks in order to get past a deadline looming at the end of the day on Friday and avoid a partial shutdown. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. We may know more about a Muller investigation later on this week. That's when his sentencing document, it will be released in a case against former Donald Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort who is accused of lying Muller's investigators here CBS news correspondent, Paula Reid. Sentencing that all it is expected that that would be a great chance for the special counsel to reveal more details about exactly what it was that Paul Manafort lied about and that is highly anticipated because that may give us some clues about where else the special counsel investigation is headed and a tentative sentencing for Manafort has been set for March. Well, you can out the Terminator to the list of Americans pledging to fight climate change Arnold Schwarzenegger used a Yiddish word for crazy to describe President Trump's decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate accord, but he. Told delegates at the UN climate conference in Poland that the US is still in the agreement to curb global warming saying America is more than just Washington or one leader he insisted the 2015 packed had widespread support at the state and local level in the US. The former California governor promised if local leaders are invited to next year's conference. I'll be back. Pam coulter. CBS news a year ago today, a wildfire known as the Thomas fire broke out in southern California that fire burn more than four hundred square miles and Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties, more than one hundred thousand people were evacuated survivors of the Thomas fire are still recovering and trying to rebuild cap. America's co-founder of the local love project. We're ragged we've been working for a year. We already had a housing crisis in Ventura County before the Thomas fire where we lost a thousand structures, and Mary also has some advice, I survivor of southern California recent Wolsey fire. Which was even bigger and much more destructive. She says she's making her own sadness productive by helping others. Get up out of the ashes it is ten forty one time for sports that patriots have won eight of their last nine games. But they have a very big historically daunting challenge ahead on Sunday. WBZ's? Adam Kaufman has the details. Sir patriots fan. And you're worried about Sunday's game in Miami. Yep. Reason to be sure of the spirit team. But for whatever reason they just seem to struggle on the dolphins turf. New England's lost four lasts five trips to Miami. It only managed more than twenty points. Once Tom Brady told Westwood one's Jim gray, the weather plays a role the climate obviously plays some role, and you know, they always seem to play when they play us down there. We're not going to get beat by the weather. We're going to get beat by the dolphins. That's what we realized know we're going up against a good opponent that plays us very well at home, and we play them very well at home. It's just one of those series where it's kind of like that. And we gotta get her mind, right? We got to have a great week of preparation and go down there and try to play. A great game against the team. That's really hung in there. Six and six they battled. They've had some injuries. We're and three. But if we win it's a lot of upside for us, another division championship pats dumped, the Finns thirty eight seven and Foxborough in September. Adam Kaufman, WBZ sports,.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Josh binswanger. WBZ news. Here's what's happening. Mourners are gathering in the nation's capital to pay their respects to president George H W Bush his body now Lyon stayed at the US capitol earlier congressional leaders paying tribute in the rotunda speaker of the house Paul Ryan's saying the forty first president showed Americans how we live is as important as what we achieved his life was a him of honor. His legacy. Is grace perfected. His memory. Will belong to glory. President Trump and first lady Melania also arriving at the US capitol to pay their respects, President Trump will also attend Wednesday's state at National Cathedral ABC's Jonathan Karl says Democrats and Republicans are putting their differences aside. This will be the first time that we will see all of the living presidents together since the inauguration of Donald Trump, and it is a moment of unity that is really befitting of George H W Bush the US capital remains open. Michelle franzen. ABC news in New Hampshire extreme racial insensitivity is how Dover school superintendent describes a Christmas Carol parody. That is sparked an investigation at the town's high school. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl joins us live from Dover this morning. Good morning. Imagine. This is all the talk here over high school this morning as it has been since that video took off like wildfire video of eleventh graders singing songs about KKK to the tune of Jingle Bells and featuring lyrics, like let's kill all the blacks students like Bailey, fellow junior. Surprised I was crazy. I didn't think that they should be allowed to do that. Well, Bailey says that she does understand that this was an assignment given to the kid to tell the story about reconstruction post-civil-war area to the tune of a Christmas song, and she says this guy is a racist. He's not I don't actually know his personal views, but knowing and talking to him as much as I have he he seems like a generally good person. He doesn't seem like he's trying to be funny and get a good grade. That's what he signed do. But it didn't turn out like that. No, it sure didn't turn out like that. As far as how will turn out as far as any disciplinary measures school won't say gift to students being disciplined, the teacher is on paid leave right now as the superintendents tries to figure out how something like this could happen from Dover high school, KENDALL Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty coming up. We'll tell you. Why Kanye west was called out on Broadway..
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Teams from twenty schools squaring off in the game league of legends head of the mass school administrators association. Richard Peterson says the board jumped at the chance to have kids engaged in video games at school rather than the living room couch. I think team dynamics is a value. However, it happens and at the end of the day the representing the school. They're going to be excited for their school with their adviser with their principal. I think those are all good things for kids and Pearson. Thanks. We're seeing the beginning of what will become a major after school activity in Massachusetts. He sees participation doubling the forty schools and just season one which begins in February KENDALL Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Former president. Barack Obama says the breakdown of bipartisanship is causing dysfunction in Washington and weakening our influence around the world. Mr Obama says forty or so years ago. Most Americans got their news from a limited number of sources, including the three broadcasts networks and tended to agree on a common set of facts, but not anymore. Biggest challenge we're going to have over the next ten fifteen twenty years is to return to a civic conversation in which if I say, this is a chair. We agree. This is a chair Mr Obama appeared with former secretary of state James Baker at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Baker institute for public policy at Rice University in Houston, scratch one name from the list of possible democratic candidates for president in twenty twenty New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he is not going to run as we hear from. Reporter. Lisa g they'd governor told a local radio station. He's ruling it out that he is a full plate many projects and has a lot to do as governor as for a democratic presidential candidate Cuomo added. It's not going to be enough to be anti-trump. He added we need a candidate who brings credibility and experience to the job and who can connect with the working men and women of this country who went with Trump because of the void left by the Democratic Party Cuomo was elected to a third term this month. Republican Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith won yesterday's runoff election in Mississippi giving Republicans fifty three seats in the next congress Hyde Smith got about fifty four percent of the vote to forty six percent for democrat, Mike Espy Hyde. Smith was appointed to the seat when Republican Senator Thad Cochran retired last spring, she'll serve the last two years of Cochran term. Checking sports. The patriots have dropped a few games this season. But over the last couple of decades, they've nearly there nearly undefeated when one thing happens, and it's actually something that doesn't surround Tom Brady WBZ's. Adam Kaufman has details. Hatred seven middle of the pack rushing attack this season, but they're fifty one since two thousand when one of their running backs hits the century Mark on the ground, which is exactly what Sony. Michelle didn't Sunday's win over the jets the rookie. First rounder ran for a career high one hundred thirty three yards most in a game for New England since Jonas grace to a one in two thousand fourteen Michelle also scored a touchdown and credited the offensive line for his big day. They were doing a tremendous job. I mean, they always take pride. They love what they do. I just can't come in those guys so much believe it or not they should be up here. Talking to you guys without them won't be no Reynolds is Michelle said the secret to success on the ground or in general's not that complicated. Exert your physicality. That's just us being able to play patriot football. We want to be fiscal when you physically you can run the ball. You can go to. Ball. It's almost like he control the line of scrimmage, and do what you wanna do know coach, Dan has got a great plan. We we excited to go out there and just executed East-leading. Pats are try to do that again Sunday at home against the Vikings with Rex Burkhead back from injured reserve, Minnesota's allowing the third fewest total yards per game ranks in the top five defending both past and run. Adam Kaufman WBZ sports.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Attraction. Visit your local popaginos restaurants valuable, which is what coupons WBZ news time. Ten twenty five on this Wednesday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm KENDALL Buhl. Now on the ringcentral news line, something, you should know. Here's Mike Carruthers. Do you know what your it is? It is your most important thing. IT your important thing of the moment and getting to it as simple as it sounds is difficult in today's world of of a lot of something else's Jones Laughlin author of the book getting to it. When you want to define what it is for you. The first step is you need to stop. We're just show accustomed to working harder and faster, and and and not taking on wait a minute. Why am I not getting to it? And then looking at why am I not getting to you? And if we don't put something in place to try to determine what it is. Then we do spend our day on things that aren't as important when you know, what's important, your it. You have to. Schedule. It we say that you schedule your it's first and something else is lighter. Now that doesn't mean that they're necessarily be I in your day, but they are scheduled. I once you've done that it's beginning to build your day around the s versus hoping that you get it. Even when we know what our it is. It's important to realize that the it's kind of tap on the shoulder. They don't scream it's rarely scream at us. They wait patiently behind everything else. And so I think all of us have a degree of understanding our yet. But just that whole process of how are we going to get it how we're gonna put it into an already overloaded schedule. That's the part that's difficult for a lot of people at somethingyoushouldknow dot net..
Bloomberg, Elon Musk and KENDALL Buhl discussed on WBZ Morning News
"We do not know who he or she is yet. But SpaceX Iraq and company led by tesla founder Elon Musk has signed on its first tourist to fly around the moon. The person's identity will be revealed Monday. According to a company tweet when asked whether he was going to be the first passenger musk posted an emoji of a Japanese
Jet-air dryers should not be used in hospital toilets
"Five minutes time. Good morning. I'm KENDALL Buhl. Some of our top stories Dan co is not ready to concede. The democratic hopeful in the third congressional district says he's filing for a recount trails Laurie trained by just fifty two votes. The registry of motor vehicles cares to differ with an audit. That says driver's licenses were issued to dead people and a longtime friend from college is among those testifying in support of judge Brett Kavanagh's nominations to the US bream court at his confirmation hearing going on right now on Capitol Hill. Well, gamblers can now get into the game of who done it in Washington correspond. Mark
Puerto Rico's death toll from Hurricane Maria raised to nearly 3,000
"Nearly one year after hurricane Maria devastated a Puerto Rico there's a new official death toll independent research from George Washington University reveals nearly three thousand people died due to that storm. The governor of Puerto Rico will soon signing executive order adopting that number ABC's Joshua suspense, an extensive, amount of time on the island he talked to the. ABC news podcast start here about the staggering new numbers for a lot of people on the island People I spoke. To whose family members were not part of that original sixty four people who knew neighbors who died people in the United States who knew that family members had died in Puerto, Rico this somehow validates what happened to them it validates. Their experience, from Maria and may start to begin the process of closure for them the official death toll until now had been sixty
Batali, WBZ and Linda Foster discussed on WBZ Midday News
"The bowling alley Springfield mayor Dominic. Sarno is betting this resort casino. Will bring an economic boost to his city it has already, created about three thousand new jobs making this investment here has spurred a tremendous amount of economic development however. Traffic may be an issue today as some roads are closed. Including the exit six ramps on. Interstate ninety one visitors are encouraged to park. The big e., instead where free shuttles will be provided through, eight AM Saturday Bernice. Corpuz WBZ. NewsRadio ten. Thirty the bodies. Of five year old wister boy and the captain of a raft he was. Aboard were recovered yesterday in Jamaica two days after they went missing Jason Jones, fell, from a raft into the
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Four day AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist Elliot Abrams today started with areas of fog low cloudiness overall we'll have, plenty of cloudiness today and occasional shower but much of the day rain-free high seventy six clouds new tonight with a shower or two low sixty Nine tomorrow times of clouds and sunshine humid. A shower, thunderstorm in the area high eighty Wednesday warm and humid with periods of clouds and. Sunshine couple of showers mainly in the morning, hi eighty-five. And, for Thursday partly sunny warm and humid high eighty, five I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Elliot Abrams WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty currently sixty seven degrees under foggy skies in Boston Police in Salisbury. Are investigating multiple. Shots fired at. A home overnight KENDALL Buhl is in Salisbury with the very latest good morning KENDALL Morning Josh a single. Sounds very PD, cruiser of the driveway of this quiets house on St. is the. Only remnant of what was a massive presence overnight in this, neighborhood The quiet shattered at around eleven o'clock by more than a dozen fired rapid succession ballistics team that was part, of the several agency response, would later find fifteen nine millimeter showcases a number of bullet holes in this. Two story house numbered, by. Evidence markers that were sets. By police no one in the house and we're told a woman and her two kids in the late teens live there were hurt The, public they believed that this was an isolated incident nuts a cause for alarm but certainly quite Since be happening overnight on this street and sells for from Sellersburg KENDALL Buhl WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty audio has been released from inside, the cockpit. Of a passenger plane that was stolen from, Seattle, international airport by an, employee broken guys Screws loose I guess ever really do. Feel now CBS's Jamie Yuka says twenty. Nine year old Richard Russell. Was.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The news one never stops good afternoon wbz news time twelve o'clock right now it is partly cloudy and ninety one degrees in boston going up to a high of ninety five lower eighties on the cave we'll have traffic and weather together coming up i'm sherry small wbz news now to our top story boston police were kept busy last night as a rash of violence broke out on the city streets wbz's kendall buhl joining us live now with the very latest kendall among the many residents enjoying a peaceful if hot and loud independence day on this stretch of faced in street in dorchester was warned billers extended family she had rented a bouncy castle for some twenty young grandchildren nephews and nieces and was watching them play around quarter to seven when she first heard what she thought initially was fireworks everybody was running that way and i'm like what the hell is going on that i get back there shooting so i ran out here to make sure that none of the kids out here and that's what i think the gentleman on the ground that gentleman was one man unidentified still who was critically injured three other people suffered minor gunshot wounds unfortunately none of the children was hurt later on that evening investigating officers shot and killed a pit bull they say was threatening the owner i've spoken to said that dog posed no threats to the officers altogether a chaotic and violent nights you on faced in street in dorchester live from dorchester kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty thank you candle in meanwhile city councilwoman andrea campbell is reacting to the violence devastating you know i mean it's it's celebrating july fourth families coming together to have a great time i'm folk taking off work to enjoy the company of their neighbors i'm event to get the reports that evening of all the shootings that took place it's devastating so far no arrests have been made methuen police are utilizing the air wing in the search for a domestic violence suspect police say matthew opinion was wearing a black tank top and shorts when he fled on a silver bicycle from the area around washington and how streets this morning again the air wing is out searching for pinon if you see him police say do not approach him call nine one one.
The Toyota Camry Could Cost $1,800 More Because Of Tariffs
"A man from middleborough accused of propositioning a sixteen year old girl for sex police say fifty five year old glenn everett offered the girl money she tells police she was at a bus stop on north main street with the man walked up to her and started talking to her eventually offering her cash for sex acts which she refused walked away she says everett walked back to his car and drove off but she took a picture of him with her cell phone gave that picture to police and police was we're able to track him down a day after saying he's retiring there's no shortage of opinions on how to go about finding a replacement for supreme court justice anthony kennedy is wbz's kendall buhl reports a member of the state's congressional delegation here in massachusetts wants her party to take a page out of the republican playbook as a member of the lower chamber congresswoman katherine clark won't be involved in the confirmation of a new supreme court justice botchy feel strongly about how democrats in the senate should move forward you need to apply the exact same standard that republican imposed in two thousand and sixteen when they blocked a qualified nominee for almost a year argument was no justice should be confirmed until the american people have say in november and that has to be the same standards that is a here clark says with the high court vacancy reproductive rights voting rights marriage rights and the environment are all on the line kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty toyota camry going to cost a bit more in the united states trump tariffs become a reality cbs news business reporter jason brooks says it'll amount to a sizeable chunk of change is the latest company to warn that a trade war will make its products a lot more expensive the japanese automaker says a potential twentyfive percent tariff on foreign car imports in the us will add another eighteen hundred dollars to the cameras sticker price the camry is made in georgetown kentucky one of ten toyota manufacturing plants in the us toyota says one hundred thirty seven thousand american support their families working for toyota and toyota and lexus dealerships declaring that they are not a national security threat most toyotas sold in the us are also made here that's also the case for most other asian automakers just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio.
Judge rules that Kansas cannot require proof of U.S. citizenship to vote
"Check on four ninety five in westford that highway been shut down for more than three hours after a power line fire left dangerous wires dangling we kendall on the scene we'll go to him and just about thirty seconds other stories we're following here in the wbz newsroom republicans on capitol hill frantically searching for ways to end the trump administration's policy of separate separating migrant families after illegal border crossings focused now shifting on a new plan that would keep children in detention longer than permitted but with their parents and the city of boston planning to sue drug companies for their role in the opioid epidemic mayor marty walsh announced the south carolina law firm motley rice will file litigation by the fall over to four ninetyfive now we're wbz's kendall buhl might have an update their what's going on kendall in just the past couple of minutes we started seeing the heavy machinery be packed up right around the site of that's a transformer fire and the the sagging high voltage line that resulted in it all right thank you so much wbz's kendall buhl live on scene on four ninety five in westford and four ninety five northbound trying to get to the scene at a standstill back to route two southbound back before route thirty eight mike kings going to have the latest in traffic and weather together two minutes away here on wbz other stories right now a federal judge says people in kansas do not need to show proof of citizenship in order to register to vote here cbs news legal consultant thane rosenbaum president trump has been saying that the two thousand sixteen election was tainted by voter fraud a federal judge in kansas obviously doesn't agree with him the court struck down a voter id law that made it more difficult to register to vote requiring a birth certificate or passport the court ruled that the law discouraged qualified voters from voting meanwhile the court didn't find much evidence that noncitizens are voting illegally move could make voter registration easier in that state as the runup continues to the november midterms and if meets grown in a lab without slaughtering animals what exactly should it be called that question has yet to actually be decided by regulators but for the moment it's pitting animal rights advocates and others against cattle ranchers and the socalled war of words supporters of the emerging science are now embracing the term clean meat to describe the process of meat grown by replicating animal cells but many in the conventional meat industry irritated by this term they want to stamp it out before it takes a critical.
Bode Miller's 19-Month-Old Daughter Drowns
"In the trial of former mobster cadillac frank salami so here from wbz's kendall buhl now it's back to the slammer for fleming this trials very likely the swan song for murderer turned government witness was sung like a canary at some very high profile trials fleming testified in the murder trial of his former fbi handler john conley in two thousand eight five years later against his one time friend and partner whitey bulger threw it all fleming laid bare the details sometimes gruesome of hundreds of crimes and dozens of corrupted cops and federal agents now serving a life term in prison for ten killings the eighty four year old doesn't have much to look forward to other than dying in an undisclosed federal pen and he doesn't have many secrets left to take with them from boston federal courts kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty tragedy today for skier bode miller and his family as we hear from cbs's steve futterman tragic event took place on sunday here in southern california the nineteen month old daughter of skier bode miller and his wife pro volleyball player morgan beck fell into a neighbor's pool attempts by paramedics to revive the child named emmy failed on instagram body miller says we are beyond devastated authorities are conducting a routine investigation steve futterman cbs news los angeles new hampshire a fifth grader there has been getting bullied pretty frequently at school so she took her complaints right to the top eleven year old delaney marcotte told her local school board bullies at the pollard elementary school in plast i won't leave her alone even after her parents told school school officials about it have been threatened to get shot in the head and came forty seven and buried in my backyard school says.
Supreme Court upholds Ohio voter registration purge policy
"To hear the very latest news traffic and weather just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio and now they're story boston mayor marty walsh has a reason to smile today a major meeting he hosted over the weekend went off without a hitch very proud to show off the city is on two hundred fifty counterparts from around the us and rejoined by about one hundred of them they head of boston's pride parade over the weekend it was the largest contingency of mayors ever at a pride parade and demands was so excited and they just couldn't get over the response from from the people of boston fry participation by the mayor's punctuated their vow to have city government's lead the country ensuring transgender rights other key topics included climate change infrastructure housing addiction mayor walsh was named chair of the committee on substance abuse kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty mayors conference is wrapping up this hour ohio get the okay from the us supreme court to do some housekeeping when it comes to removing the names of people who haven't cast ballots over several general elections cbs alison keys by a five to four vote the justices are rejecting arguments that purging the rules breaks a federal law meant to increase the ranks of registered voters justice samuel alito and four conservative colleagues say ohio is following the nineteen ninetythree national voter registration act the lawsuit involved ohio's practice of flagging registered voters after they've missed one general election they can't be purged if they don't answer a letter or vote to the next two general elections a handful of other states also follow that practice it's meant to highlight the problem of hunger several state representatives are now taking part this week in what's called a snap challenge as wbz's ben parker tells us it's all meant to bring awareness to the importance of nutrition assistant representative jim hawkins is one of those who will try this way to live on twenty two dollars and eighty cents worth of food that's the weekly average for those on snap the federal government's supplemental nutrition assistance program but he says it's not easy group had to go shopping yesterday so i was with him and the thing that you can divide up and have that up to twenty two eighty aren't the things that i would try to help you the greater boston food bank issued the.
Hawaii volcano eruption enters new phase as crater falls quiet
"News time seven nineteen seventy four degrees in boston are tom stories democrats holding their state convention in worcester today l endorse a candidate take on popular republican governor charlie baker a rainbow flag is raised over boston city hall as city kicks off pride week investigators are using high tech gear to search a springfield home where three bodies have been found it wasn't all that long ago that people joked about the dangers of falling into the polluted charles river yesterday as we hear from wbz's kendall buhl federal officials and local activists celebrated the fact that the river is as clean as it's been in generations retiring chief of the charles river watershed association bob zimmerman couldn't think of a better way to punctuate his press conference on the esplanade than a jump in the charles with his friend bill wash rebound ski of the epa the occasion an a minus for the charles waterquality from the epa not a small thing we consider this to be the front yard of boston and it's used by millions of people each year so the water quality here is of absolute importance savar cry from the neath river got what justin began nineteen ninetyfive it's only the second time these waters have tested so high from the esplanade will be wbz newsradio ten thirty foulness will pay out seventy five thousand dollars to settle the last of the suits filed by residents unhappy with the towns to wind turbines in all the cape cod times reports the town will have paid more than a quarter of a million dollars to settle suits filed by residents who complained about noise and other problems they blamed on the turbines both turbines have been shut down the crater of hawaii's kill away of all keno has been quiet since wednesday but that doesn't mean the dangerous past experts say the volcano has entered a new phase it still using lava and toxic gas through cracks in the ground but scientists say weeks of eruptions have shaken loose tons of rocks from inside the crater that have plugged up the bottom of the vent experts aren't sure what will happen next it's possible new explosions will blast through the rubble at the bottom but it's also possible that the vent is permanently blocked and there won't be any more explosions if you want to buy a pack of cigarettes in new york city it's gonna cost you at least thirteen bucks that's because of a.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On the stand today in the former mob bosses murder trial wbz's kendall buhl reports from federal court jury heard robert deluca testified that so let me had him and his brother dispose of the body of stephen desiro cross examination signed to discredit the former mob cabo deluca admitted that he got sixty four thousand dollars of living expenses as a federal informants and then he potentially dodged a life sentence on an extortion charge in two thousand eleven slummy lawyer elliot weinstein also brought up the fact that the luca allied to investigators previously asking you lied then but you're not lying now lucas answer correct from the federal courthouse in south boston kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty a local gas station clerk is recovering after he was shot during a confrontation early this morning wbz's doug cope reports from cambridge it was just before four am to men came to an all night shell station on cambridge street in cambridge they confronted the clerk when one man took a bottle of water without paying one of the men went to a car got a bag pulled out a gun and shot the clerk in the foot of the car took off the shooter ran off on foot the clerk was treated and released at a local hospital he's ok in cambridge doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time twelve thirty two and new hampshire teenager is charged with aiding a suicide according to w m rtd yesterday nineteen year old parker hogan pleaded not guilty to the charges he's accused of helping his roommate michael bus key plan and carry out his suicide earlier this month muskie's body was found near the apartment the two shared in plymouth new hampshire prosecutors say hogan helped bus plan the murder the manner of death rather they say that when hogan heard a gun shot he checked to make sure that muskie was dead then waited until the next day to call for help a proposed bill would require vehicles that are left behind after overdoses be towed and impounded for at least twelve hours that is in line with similar impound laws currently on the books involving drunk driving representative michael day of stoneham worked on the bill with middlesex da marian ryan day says the proposal makes sure that those who overdose and are revived cannot then return to their car and.
George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Maine
"And cloudy fifty two degrees right now but we've got some sun on the way temperatures in the mid sixties here extended forecasts coming up in just about five minutes time good morning i'm kendall buhl some of our top stories it was a tough night for the celtics losing to the cavs eighty seven seventy nine at sants the nba finals now for cleveland one person confirmed missing in a flash flood in ellicott city maryland happened after heavy rainfall dozens were rescued from homes and businesses and a cabdriver police were looking for has come forward with information about a fatal hit and run in madison early on saturday morning well besides being memorial dated you know today's also national hamburger day many people will be observing it without even knowing fire there barbecues up fifty billion hamburgers consumed every year in the us white castle founded in nineteen twenty one the oldest hamburger chain in america says cheese lettuce tomatoes onions and pickles are the most popular toppings hormel foods is recalling some nearly two hundred thirty thousand pounds of spam the products in question involved twelve ounce metal cans of spam classic with a best by date of february twenty twenty one the products produced between february eighth and tenth could contain pieces of metal and other foreign matter for more information you can contact hormel foods consumer response traces of opioids are turning up in muscles off the coast of washington state earlier this year researchers at the puget sound institute found traces of the drug oxycodone it's the first time in opioid has shown up and seafood researchers found it while monitoring pollution and water near urban areas meanwhile scientists say there's been no sign of contamination in commercial mussel beds which are located far farther away well you need to stay in shape obviously and so do your tires abc's daria albinger explains well mass but a new set of tires wheel threaded on the inside of the tire about the same time the college student was taking an automotive class learned about the manufacturer date or birth date that by law must be stamped on tires he found it and showed they were actually eight years old auto repair expert in educator entre ford and says there's a reason for the dating rubber breaks down brittle over time and it cracks that it becomes more susceptible.
Ireland abortion referendum may change constitution
"The whether details coming up in just about five minutes on good afternoon i'm kendall buhl some of our top stories reaction to president trump's announcement that he's pulling out of the summit with north korea has been coming in fast and furious south korea says it is baffled over the pullout after spending more than forty years behind bars convicted child rapist wayne chapman is about to be released from mci shirley at an mba boss and bmw collided this morning on the lower deck route ninety three southbound in charleston bus driver and two passengers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries there's increasing call for the president of the university of southern california to step down a large contingent of faculty has already demanded his resignation and now the usc academic senate is calling on president c l max nikki is to resign because of allegations of sexual misconduct against the former campus gynecologist claims against dr george tyndall have been pouring in some claiming the school knew about questionable behavior with patients back in the early nineties but did nothing about it nikki ss apologized in writing victims who claim they were abused by dr tyndall alex stone abc news los angeles more damning information is coming in about the links that usa gymnastics went to keep gymnasts and their families in the dark about sexual abuse allegations facing dr larry nassar email obtained by the indianapolis star reveals that on two separate occasions the convicted sexual abuser cooked up stories with gymnastics organization to cover up fact he was under investigation the group untold nassar to stay away from two major gymnastics events in the runup to the two thousand sixteen olympics because of the investigations but gymnasts and parents were told by that by the organization that nasser was absent due to illness nassar serving up to one hundred seventy five years in prison on seven counts of sexual abuse it's believable lasted more than three hundred young women an abortion debates that is inflamed passions in ireland for decades will come down to a single question tomorrow and an answer yes or no the referendum on whether to repeal the country's strict antiabortion law is being seen by antiabortion activists as a last ditch stand against what they view as a european norm of abortion on demand but for pro abortion rights activists it is a fundamental moment for declaring an irish woman's right to choose if yes prevails in the.
TSA reveals it's keeping a list of unruly passengers
"Five now back to the cbs evening news with jeff glor right here on wbz spike in attacks like this one on tsa officers so the agency began compiling a secret watch list of dangerous passengers well now the secret is out in jamaica duncan is here with more on this rica screenings now there's a chance you may not even know you've been added to this list being placed on this list does not mean that you'll be prevented from boarding a plane or that you'll have to go through additional security tsa officials say it's simply about awareness that someone going through the checkpoint has demonstrated concerning assaulting behavior in the past one congressman though expressed concern about the civil liberties implications tsa though says it will follow up with details violence against the tsa officer but so what else do we know about this how many how many people total that we think so fifty people are currently on this list according to the tsa and we also know that the agency reported that get this thirty four assaults on tsa agents last year with the latest on this tonight jamaica thanks coming up here a dangerous drive into the teeth of a tornado wbz news time seven forty nine good evening i'm kendall buhl.
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"Time nine thirty one we want to go back now to lincoln sudbury regional high school where students are planning a walkout this morning kendall buhl joins us from the school good morning kendall scores of students are leaving their classes right at this time to head to the bleachers where the sexual assault allegedly occurred bob years ago that assault does come coming lights due to a federal lawsuit over the administration's handling of it and that is not sitting whites with this senior a lawsuit didn't come out none of us would have known that an incident occurred like this he has five years ago nfl lawsuit wasn't being filed we would have never known that some sort of event happened on that football fields and i think that's also people walk up to swearing to the color of sexual assault awareness web fifteen minutes silence they not up the fifteen year old alleged victim still say they're protesting to send a message to administrators hope they're handling of the matter and their communication with the school community like suck very rachel highschool kendall buhl wbz newsradio thirty in south damascus this morning the syrian army engaged in a battle with isis rebels pushing them out of a suburban neighborhood near a palestinian refugee camp regaining several buildings in the region that were held by the islamic state group bbc news time nine thirty two as the bruins look to steal game two from the lightning tonight the celtics opened their second round series with the seventy sixers at the garden carl stevens has a preview causeway street game one tonight another philadelphia boston matchup yup we remember the first one earlier this year the super bowl the eagles and the patriots will now it's the sixers and the celtics wbz spoke with reporter bills zone for from the city of brotherly love the city of philadelphia has really been captured by the seventy sixers this year finally the seventy sixers have put together a team that that seems to be coming together pretty well both teams have some good young stars and we'll see which stars shine tonight tip off.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To the ticket dot com sports studio with kendall buhl justice sad state of affairs for the celtics last night in game three of the first round playoff series against the bucks boston battered one sixteen to ninety two in milwaukee coach brad stevens says guys came in a little too hot they want to get it all back at once then we're driving to the rim and we're getting shot after shot blocked because we're trying to hit home runs by then and so it just all you know i'd say it all snowballed on us and you know we lost the game and luckily it was worth one the green take a two one series lead into tomorrow afternoon's game four milwaukee other nba playoff action the wizards got on the board and their series beating toronto one twenty two to one zero three in game three cleveland got edged out by indiana ninety to ninety and now trail that series two one good times for the red sox out west they beat the as in oakland last night or should i say this morning seven three this after their sweep of the angels in l a boston's historic record now at seventeen into going into tonight's game at nine zero five chris sales has the stocks and it'll be a game john decision whether patrice bergeron takes to the ice and tronto tonight's in game five of the bruins playoff series against the maple leafs verger on suffered an unspecified upper body injury in game three monday and sat out for wednesday's game four win but coach bruce cassidy says he skated well yesterday morning other nhl actions saw winnipeg season come to an end at the hands of the jets philadelphia beat pittsburgh colorado edged out nashville fill in their respective games five kendall buhl wbz sports if you've ever thought about going.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston hurts right now but it's a perfect day for me this is a this is a grinders day and that's why i keep showing up here and i think that's success years because i can kind of tough it out there anything through an interpreter the men's elite winner yuki coach says it was a tough go freezing cold right now but when i was running these are the best conditions i could've possibly run in speaking of that freezing cold turn to wbz's kendall buhl who's hopefully not too cold out there on heartbreak hill but kendall i cannot imagine on those runners are dealing with this weather how are they holding up out there grueling day it has been and it's coming down as hard as it ever has just what to the bone chilled to the marrow it is just a battle of body mind and spirit just keep going but enough about me let's talk about these runners here it's been a couple of hours since the tape was broken at the finish line and every single person here if not running with the same stride and the same speed is running with the same grit determination as those top runners who cross that finish line and got those big cash prizes for these people running today the prizes their own glory at the end of their own battle and as they crest the most difficult stretch of this race one of the most notorious stretches of road in any marathon there is that sense that that's finish line that glory is as close as it has ever been and let me tell you when they are done here they will have a story to tell these marathoners will never forget today live from the top of heartbreak hill kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty you can say that again thank you very much kendall today's cold weather really having an effect on some runners a spokesperson for newton wellesley hospital tells wbz radio at least three runners have been brought there for weather related treatment none in serious condition closer to the finish line boston ems reporting four patients have been taken from.
People Are Wearing Blue Today for Autism Awareness Day
"Recipe for success to all boston schools from east kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty update on a disturbing story out of north hampton a custodian charged with spying and taking photos of young girls using the bathroom at the town's high school has just pleaded not guilty michael kamensky was released on bail after appearing in court today he allegedly drilled several holes in the ceiling of the girl's bathroom kamensky had worked at that school since last summer people are wearing the color blue today why well to raise awareness for world autism awareness day it's also the start of world autism months the cdc estimates autism spectrum disorder impacts roughly one percent of the world's population and one in every sixty eight children wbz's bill marcus with more the may institutes alice shillings burke says even though pediatricians parents and doctors are more aware of autism disparities still exist we see health disparities and that individuals from an already groups are often diagnosed later one fact boys are affected four to five times more than girls this is another i think nice thing about autism awareness is that we are recognizing that less is known about how girls are affected by the diagnosis and girls are also under represented in studies but awareness may change this bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty tom cuddy in the ace hticket dot com sports studio brian johnson on the mound tonight red sox at miami jd martinez has the night off bruins offday huge game tomorrow at tampa first place again on malign bruins closing off the regular season with four games and six nights brad marchand can't have an excuse to do our job and win games continue your points so biggest thing is when you have the downtime yesterday make sure you're doing everything you can never recover the games come quick so it doesn't happen often but we gotta make sure that you get restaurants and more marshon the nhl second star of last month find five thousand dollars for cross checking in opponent in the face this month celtics practice today than off to milwaukee tomorrow college basketball men's title game tonight michigan and bill nova tom cuddy wbz radio sports traffic wise weather watch newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty listen on iheartradio wbz ten thirty wbz news time three forty three it's traffic and weather together here's my king with the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.
Everett, Steve Wind Wbz and Boston discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"To the list of corporations targeted by hackers the accounts of about one hundred fifty million users of the under armour tracking up my fitness pal where breach last month hackers gained access to personal data including user names emails and encrypted passwords the affected data did not include social security number driver's license numbers under armor is investigating users of the app are being told to change their passwords the company building a casino resort in everett is confident they're massachusetts licenses safe despite growing allegations around its founder steve wind wbz's kendall buhl reports from the mass gaming commission where win boston gave its quarterly report might not want to play poker with win boston president robert to salvio ahead of mass gaming mission says the company's two and a half billion dollar project is at risk as investigators look into whether wind resorts officials covered up allegations of sexual assault against its founder but to salvio says that doesn't worry him but doesn't whatsoever we certainly understand that we are always under review by licensure with the gaming commission as far as the local workforce here we are moving forward all systems go this elvia does say the is giving serious consideration to taking the wind name off the project something it had previously ruled out from boston kendall buhl wbz newsradio ten thirty evacuation orders are lifted and port saint lucie florida after a large wildfire threatened homes in the area the fire closed a fourteen mile section of florida's turnpike yesterday we'll leave residents returned to find no homes were damaged by the flames that came within yards of some houses amanda who says she only had thirty seconds to evacuate the scariest thing i think that i have ever actually seen harry frightening to think you know you might not come home and have a home to live in it you know where where you're going to we're going to let your head at night the blaze dubbed the luck fire doubled in size in less than an hour after being initially reported late yesterday afternoon wbz news time eight twenty two and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one oh eight billy.
"kendall buhl" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A few inches fell on the cape we'll check in with kendall buhl down in marshfield in just a few minutes here on wbz so far no serious power outages to speak of we spoke with kathy cornelius from national grid we'd crews staged all over massachusetts and rhode island's the forecast was a little bit tricky and we look out this time similar words being echoed from eversource is bill stack for a change it is good news at this storm really did not affect the cape and social as we thought what's going to happen the main concern this morning coastal flooding from this weakening nor'easter are kendall buhl is in marshfield are those wave still kicking up kennel or they they charge they're kicking up and in many cases kicking over the seawall what we're not seeing though is the search that early disppointed high tide that was at roughly three thirty brought a couple feet of snow to a couple of vulnerable neighborhoods in marshfield so as we talk about this storm being done there are plenty of residents in these areas weren't quite seeing it that way and also the highway department very busy keeping up with what the floodwaters have brought them still highway format jimmy chen says could have been worse it's it's good it happened early in the morning nobody's out driving around we'll have to scrape the roseanne a little bit get the rocks and stuff off the roads oh there will be some scraping jerry i can tell you it's more than just rocks we've seen parts of highway partitions that have been maybe fash down by the waves and then carried a little bit into the road josh a lot of wood and brie and sand on these roads as well so while it may have been done.
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"The cape saw some snow in flying from this latest nor'easter but that's about it for the bay state wbz tv's danielle niles is here danielle what happened josh this is a tough woman i mean the storm just passed a little too far south and admittedly the dry air that was in place across doing really just ate up the precipitation here so it didn't really come to fruition last evening or night snowing this morning but the temperatures are above freezing so the impact on the roads will be minimal although snow will continue through the morning commute and spots and there may be a coding to an inch and some of the grassy surfaces little slushy in southeastern massachusetts to the upper cape just use a little bit of caution there all right and you'll thank you we'll have more coming up in traffic and weather in just a few minutes the cape saw some snow and flooding from this latest nor'easter but that's about all we're going to check on coastal flooding which is the main concern with this storm our kendall buhl is in marshfield this morning josh and i tell you it was never about snowfall for communities like mark field it was all about ties it was all about the ocean which is still with each wave crashing over ocean straight in island street here in march bill hi died was around thirty and we still see a a lot of water a lot of debris leftover from there very few people have made it out so only the very full josh make their way around ocean street here and as they do they're going to find a whole lot debris left behind from this guy a couple of josh.