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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Undergo racial sensitivity training as part of his proposed police certification system they say officer should not get incentives for being anti racist and for doing their jobs the governor responded to the criticism it's for people who go above and beyond with respect to what they're required to do under our proposal and I don't expect many to do it but I think it's important that you want people to up their game if you want people to do a better job in serving the communities they represent and to be leaders in usual to create a modest incentive for them to do that thank her also says officers can be decertified under his proposal which in his mind is the most important part of the bell Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio just hours before the first of several investigations is expected to drop into the Holyoke soldiers home ahead of veteran services in Massachusetts resigns his position Francisco Urena says he's sorry and tried his best to correct the situation before corona virus swept through an apology for the conditions that led to the outbreak that left dozens second dozens more dead separate state federal and independent investigations are now all under under way in what has been described as one of the worst outbreaks in a long term care facility anywhere in the United States at least seventy six veterans died in that outbreak old memories of father's day still fresh in the minds of many others will never get over the emptiness they feel this year for grieving families who lost their dads to covert nineteen we couldn't be there with the cats you know we couldn't hold his hand when he passed I struggle with today Mike will work of Fitchburg could be living in Alzheimer's care facility when.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be young again Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio here here as seeking measures the phase one is when we're gonna start and businesses real pace too cautious check with WBZ newsradio phase three is going to be profitable investors four phase plan is implemented phase four would be what we call the new normal now more than ever you easy Boston's news radio the covert nineteen pandemic has had a massive impact tens of thousands of people here in Massachusetts have lost their jobs at least temporarily and if you lost your job you may have also lost health insurance for you and your family but your health should be your first priority especially now and that's where the Massachusetts health connector can help the Massachusetts health connector is offering open enrollment through June twenty third for anyone who's recently lost her health insurance meaning you can find affordable quality coverage right now and that includes access to no cost coronavirus benefits the health connector wants you to have access to testing treatment and all the care comprehensive health plan provides that's why we're open now offering plans like connector Kerr coverage delivers low premiums and copays and no deductibles find the health coverage you need when you need it most with the Massachusetts health connector to learn more visit MA health connector dot org that's MA health connector dot org these are tough times for everyone so dealing with your time share may not be your biggest concern but when this passes do you still want a lifetime of payments fees and commitments for a time share your misled into buying hi I'm Chuck McDowell CEO and founder of Wesley financial group ten years ago I started a time share cancellation industry by exposing the ugly truth about time shares and giving folks the straight facts I've been buying a time share jobs ever since so no one knows of center street better that me and my team today we have over two hundred employees and they're saved our clients an average of sixty five thousand dollars and live down payments imagine putting those times your dollars back in your pocket give my office a call today I guarantee if we take user client we will cancel your timeshare contract award you'll pay nothing call Wesley financial now for your free information kit eight hundred five six eight thirty three forty four that's eight hundred five six eight thirty three forty four eight hundred five six eight thirty three forty four eleven twenty three time for traffic and weather together retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes the latest.

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"No model police officer officer that murdered George Floyd had I think the last we've seen in nineteen infractions on his record and multiple other officer involved shootings Rollin says the fellow officers who were there when Floyd died should be held accountable as well those three other officers that stood there and watched as Batman squeeze the life out of him did nothing we aren't going to be bystanders any longer and I believe our law enforcement is better than that I know they ARE Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio problems inside the Massachusetts National Guard which has now placed a soldier on inactive status and they are now investigating claims that he posted on social media a message of that he could not wait to shoot rioters National Guard has been activated in Massachusetts for weeks to assist with the cove it nineteen response and seeking justice racial justice in America CBS news has spent the past year looking into policing in the United States and surveyed more than a hundred fifty police departments all across the country C. B. S. news correspondent Jeff to gays in Minneapolis now says law enforcement professionals feel there's much more work to be done during our year long investigation we visited departments across the country to see their training practices can you take that in Tucson we saw virtual reality de escalation firearm training in Ferguson.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police officer officer that murdered George Floyd had I think the last we've seen in nineteen infractions on his record and multiple other officer involved shootings Rollins says the fellow officers who were there when Floyd died should be held accountable as well those three other officers that stood there and watched as Batman squeeze the life out of him did nothing we aren't going to be bystanders any longer and I believe our law enforcement is better than that I know they ARE Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio Massachusetts National Guard is placed a soldier on inactive status now it is now investigating claims that he posted on social media that he can't wait to shoot rioters the National Guard which has been activated for weeks here in the area to assist with the covert nineteen response has been deployed once again first time Sunday night to help stamp out the vibe the violence in downtown Boston and remains on hand as these protests continue here in the city and beyond eight nineteen on a Wednesday morning here and it's more clouds than anything else all of a sudden here in the city we will see some sunshine throughout the day today temperatures into the lower eighties later sixty four right now president trump last night saying since North Carolina will not guarantee the Republican National Convention will go on as scheduled he is going to look for another state to hold it this summer it's all because of corona virus as we hear from ABC news car spotted and the field last week the president gave north Carolina's democratic governor and ultimatum on deciding if he'll lift all coronavirus restrictions for the RNC August convention and we have to know yeah I would say within a week now weeks later the president says he's taking the convention somewhere else tweeting North Carolina governor Cooper is still in shelter in place mode that state's governor saying the RNC would not agree to a scaled down convention to prevent the spread of covert nineteen and unusual tribute to all of those putting themselves on the line to fight coronavirus comics this coming.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Reassert its statutory authority to investigate racial profiling and police brutality cases Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio all the streets of downtown Boston were largely quiet last night in west Roxbury and Dorchester people took to the streets peacefully to make their voices heard the rotary support of a hundred to a hundred two stood facing district five with something saying black lives matter say his name and and racism now Karima Williams is here with her daughter she was all Sunday too yeah I'm sorry we walked out we walked here it was a less than a mile I'm my spirits and it's not it's not resting in Dorchester demonstrators knelt for nine minutes George Ford was restrained for nearly nine minutes before he died in Dorchester Karen Rick WBZ Boston news radio and at two nineteen a peaceful protest making its way right now through the streets of Manhattan and in that city authorities have extended the curfew let's get more on that from ABC's Aaron Katersky disgusted by violence and vandalism mayor bill de Blasio said there would be an eight PM to five AM curfew each night this week perfect was there to allow the police to be able to dress any situation where someone is trying to do violence to person or property the NYPD arrested at least seven hundred people Monday night and early Tuesday morning the mayor said gangs in career criminals are part of the problem they're also organized agitators who coordinate using encrypted communications Erin cutters he ABC news New York out in Minnesota an independent autopsy of George Floyd is out a week after his death ABC's Ryan burrow reports it shows a different picture than the government's relief doctor Michael Baden conducted an independent autopsy on George Boyd as ordered by his family he determined Floyd died of asphyxiation Sirius compressive pressure on the neck and and back can only be seen while the pressure is being applied well when as in this instance it is captured on video but they had a big county medical examiner says Floyd died as a result of cardiopulmonary arrest brought on while being restrained by police both reviews label Floyd's death as a homicide Ribeiro ABC news Minneapolis and also today we're learning that Floyd and the officer accused in his death worked at the same club and in the past might have crossed paths all math paper George Floyd and Derek showed the former police officer charged with killing Floyd worked security at the same local club for much of last year the owner of the elder Wavell rodeo says the two were in close proximity once a week for their Tuesday night shifts though the order did not know if they ever actually met while working at the club my sense of Maria said she had been paying Chauvin when he was off duty to sit in his squad car outside old wave a rodeo for seventeen years Floyd work security on the inside the club burned down last week as protests against police violence flared back Piper CBS news and for nearly nine minutes yesterday several Viacom channels stop their regular programming at five o'clock they were showing support for the protest movement sparked by Floyd's death Nickelodeon was one of those networks as we hear from Michael Kastner the network went off the air for eight minutes and forty six seconds which is the same time a Minneapolis police officer knelt on George Floyd's knack during the time off air Nickelodeon displayed the words I can't breathe sounds of free play other networks airing the video included VH one MTV and Comedy Central as seeking measures the phase one is when we're gonna start and businesses real pace too cautious check with WBZ newsradio phase three is going to be profitable and has just four phase plan is implemented phase four would be what is called the new normal now more than ever you WBZ Boston news radio have you realized lately that it would be nice to have a little more space in your home would.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We can do that Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news ten oh three checking the roads not the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes the workgroups well right now don not yet downtown but they're working on putting a trickling closure over this they go if you need to get over this I can get over there now because it's about to get dicey Ted Williams tunnel leveling taken both inbound and outbound outbound side well under the speed limit Sumner and Callahan are okay to and from East Boston Tobin bridge as delays inbound where you're down two lanes south the city expressway south Bundy moving slowly with a doubling closure east Milton square down to the split then ninety three south has two lanes taken and rand off right by route twenty four exit for route twenty four is closed route three north going to slow down for work by route fifty three north of the city for ninety five has delays north and southbound Westford by Boston road then north bound more delays for work at the ward hill connector one twenty eight slow both north and south in reading for work crews by route twenty eight more delays on one twenty eight AM PDT both ways by Andover street out west on the pike the westbound side of doubling closure at the Westin St police Berwick slows you down we have work on route two that's going to slow you down westbound after four ninety five a little bit on the eastbound side by route one eleven Harvard and again Arlington by route sixty this report sponsored by unbound dot org right now they're young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org steeper as the BBC twenty four hour traffic network Brian Thompson checks the forecast Watson I love a good deal of clouds will be a few patches of fog later on a low down to sixty five will be damp and dreary tomorrow with clouds to start and then it will turn.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To get out looking to stay local be smart and be practical from the Cape Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio traffic's not too bad getting the cave today have been a few little delays on the bridge but nothing significant similar story across the country but those who are on the road and decide to travel will get a break in the wallet the good news this holiday weekend gas prices are down this is the cheapest Memorial Day weekend that we've seen since two thousand three the first time at least nationally that praises on Memorial Day weekend have averaged under two dollars but Patrick DeHaan senior petroleum analyst with gasbuddy dot com says that's because gas demand has been down people are traveling triple a motor club didn't even released a holiday weekend travel forecast the hunt is expecting gas demand will pick up in prices will steadily rise this summer is more more people leave their homes Ribeiro ABC news triple a northeast did report earlier this week gas averaging in Massachusetts a dollar ninety two a gallon that is down from two dollars and eighty cents a gallon this time last year five thirty eight we check on Wall Street and roll days at Bloomberg economic hope is now all fifty states partially reopened helped prop up stocks today as the worsening U. S. China trade standoff help pull them down result was a mixed effort to cap off an overall positive week Dow slipped nine nasdaq rose forty S. and P. five hundred added seven two months after filing for bankruptcy in announcing plans to liquidate Modell's sporting goods still can't do it because many of its stores are still not allowed to fully re open so now motels plan to ask bankruptcy court for its third chapter eleven extension talking with shopping center landlords about how much it will pay for the lockdown period antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lives again and get people back to work nonessential stores will be allowed to re open with limited capacity doctors can see patients in person again and hospitals can begin to perform non emergency surgeries but Rimando social continue to limit social gatherings to only five people threat least may twenty second testing that people are going to do the right thing and use good judgment movie theaters hair and nail salons and gyms will not be able to re open during phase one and there will be no Eden dining at restaurants Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio do all coronavirus patients make any bodies that question answered we think coming up in just a little bit but right now motor Rivera joins us on a Friday at one OO eight boy you've had a busy week Mona Laurie of the stocks they're continuing to rally despite the worst ever payroll cuts more than twenty million jobs were lost in April and the unemployment rate more than tripled to fourteen point seven percent but the dire economic news analysts say stock investors are looking past that news and pinning their hopes on signs that the worst may be over so the Dow is up three hundred and forty points one point four percent the S. and P. is up one and a third percent the nasdaq has a gain of one and a half percent Disneyland Shanghai sold out in minutes today after tickets went on sale the theme park in China will re open on Monday with new safety measures in place my mama Rivera Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio Mona thank you more coming up there's nothing more important than keeping you and your family safe so unless it's for groceries you're not going anywhere right now but if you've been thinking about a new car there's a way it's called rodeo when Nathan the CEO of road came up with the idea he wanted to create a revolutionary app to give people a better leasing experience without having to go to a dealership and that's pretty important right now it's all done right from your phone in real time smart and safe just download the roto happened browse cars from local dealers in your area all the negotiating.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A kid in Worcester Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio pretty cool consolation prize coming for high school seniors whose graduation year has been canceled by coronavirus lebron James putting together an all star event to honor and celebrate the class of twenty twenty it's a one hour special called graduate together it'll air on all four major networks and multiple digital platforms on may sixteenth for L. Williams the Jonas brothers and bad bunny among the musical acts scheduled to appear keeping kids entertained these days and throwing parents a lifeline as well each and every morning that's the thing WBZ's Chris fama has our story to protect and to serve and to give overwhelmed adults now working from home and forced to home school their children a break the parents out there who are like I just need a little bit of time for themselves you know fifteen twenty minutes and that could mean a lot and that's what Weymouth community outreach officer Jennifer Popiel offers during the stay at home advisory with the virtual story time every Monday through Friday at ten AM on the department's Facebook live I page started with just reading a few books and then it kind of just went off a little bit with demonstrations like a tour of the cell area PD headquarters an inside look at a local fire stations or first response parade anything and everything to just trying to connect with the public who have taken notice big time we've had over a hundred twenty thousand views of the videos we've been doing Chris pharma WBZ Boston news radio the.

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The lack of employment is really the perfect storm of need and settled quickly mobile I think hi we get food boxes and food resources to people that will have none unless we can help them this is boxes contain thirty meals each and include things like canned tomatoes bacon and Turkey Sharon says they are seeking donations so they can continue handing out food boxes to residents in need Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio one woman is dead and another person heard after house fire last night and with the wind flames broke out it to Lisa lane also causing serious damage to the single family home the fire is not believed to be suspicious the investigation is ongoing it's twelve await over not a Bloomberg business is a big day on Wall Street on hopes that the U. S. economy will soon begin to re open the market closed out its first back to back weekly gain since February the Dow Jones industrial average surge seven hundred five the S. and P. five hundred gained seventy five the nasdaq composite climbed one eighteen a major aircraft parts supplier in Kansas is expected to bring about twenty one hundred employees back to work next week as Boeing resumes production spirit aerosystems will bring back seventeen hundred other workers in the next three weeks Texas next week will begin a slow re opening of its economy from the coronavirus lockdown retailers will be able to sell items curbside state parks will re open and nonessential surgeries will be allowed oil explorer shut down thirteen percent of the U. S. drilling fleet this week this prices slumped toward eighteen dollars a barrel Baker Hughes says oil field activity is down thirty six percent in the last five weeks I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio eight twelve oh nine sports coming up in just three minutes during these challenging and unprecedented.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Is going on here at Saint Joseph's church in Charlton but father Bob is still connecting with his parishioners with drive thru blessings during what would've been Saturday evening and Sunday morning masses more than one hundred parishioners showed up after hearing that father Bob was offering personal blessings through the church window it was a way of staying in contact with the community telling the cops to with us while being separate so you did it through the window through that window right there yeah I'm just blessed people and I would give them a hug or through kisses and so forth father Bob says some of the people left with tears in their eyes adding that the virus has put the nation's values in proper perspective Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news rate five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes so we've got the snow and so we got a few snow problems might that's right Banja the worst of it may be on the mass turnpike here van crashes that have come and gone along the mass pike all afternoon what we've got right now is westbound delays to Charlton from an earlier crash before that Charlton service plaza not much further west delays continue through back it as a tractor trailer crash cleanup continues at the fourteen point eight mile marker this truck completely spun around smashed into that left guard real still an active scene when a reminder the pike speed limit down to forty miles an hour between the New York border in for ninety five between those two points no tandem tractor trailers allowed problems to the south ninety five north jammed over a mile through Attleboro with a crash before exit three stay in that left lane to get by let's see how things are downtown get your Manfredi insurance road report looks like we may have something new inside the southbound o'neill tunnel possibly near the exit because everything is now backed up beyond purchase street as you head south toward the expressway hello doorbell total looks pretty good this afternoon there are big issues with the Tobin bridge just watch for some slippery possibly slippery road surfaces especially in the River Road star driver the gas current still big trouble spots of some of the time there at the airport shuttles they're doing well at least for now Chris stood out for the mob for a insurance broker foreland miking WBZ's traffic on the threes we've got snow around most areas it's R. rating over the Cape and south shore but that's a body and everybody else in the snow for now there will be a change order range of from.

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MA Gov. Baker says 'enormous increase' in coronavirus testing is coming

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00:57 sec | 2 years ago

MA Gov. Baker says 'enormous increase' in coronavirus testing is coming

"Governor Charlie Baker activates up to two thousand members of the National Guard to support the response to the virus governor also wants to see more testing done wrapping up corona virus testing capacity can't come soon enough for governor Baker his administration expects that public and private labs in the state will be able to process up to thirty five hundred tests a day by Monday health and Human Services secretary Mary Lou Sutter says tests right now are being prioritized among three main groups to insure their health care workers get tested really fast insure that our first responders get tested really fast to make sure that folks who are critically ill in hospitals get tested really quickly by next week quest diagnostics says it will be able to process twenty thousand tests today nationally with several thousand of those tests being processed at their large lab here in Marlborough this facility will eventually go to about two to three thousand per day Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way at what is a really stressful time for everyone Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio and corona virus forcing the census bureau to suspend operations in the field things are now on hold for the next two weeks while the bureau looked for ways to protect workers from exposure and this is going to result in among other things a delay in the count of the nation's homeless the first census surveys hit your mailboxes last week eight nineteen and nothing but rain and cloudy skies here in Boston for hours to come temperature right now forty degrees and really not much warmer today what we all know the toilet paper and hand sanitizer have flown off shelves store shelves now source some baked treats inspired by them at least that's the story in Needham for that we turn to WBZ's Kendall bill with an update good morning can only Jeff yeah going to hazel's bakery there in Needham and you can get cookies with pictures of those sought after items in the frosting co owner Faysal Stacy Martin says her husband who does the baking came up with the idea create the idea and I always sit them down and the time you're right on the money with it Barton says your initial reaction was they would never sell that affect people come into the store find malaria's and they are in her words selling like crazy well that's just like the hand sanitizer the items that are right okay so here's the thing about hand sanitizer since it's not really readily available anymore a lot of people are trying to come up with their own concoctions and that's causing its own set of problems example fire officials in Attleboro warning against do it yourselfers from coming up with cleaning solutions the officials there say mixing chemicals that's a good point could create toxic vapor clouds mixing bleach especially with other products could be in fact deadly so you might want to rethink that strategy not all Americans around the world can get home right now some travelers are stuck right where they are gonna let that character building experience stuck far away from home with no immediate prospect of things changing American medical student Michelle McGraw's trapped in Morocco she says the U. S. embassy is told her they're unable to get around very shocked at how the U. S. is handling this when we went to the embassy in Rabat they told us that Morocco has banned all travel in and out of the country her story is not unique depending on location some flights now completely canceled others severely reduced Tom rivers ABC news the foreign debt and stuff like this only happens in New Jersey right all right I said it you didn't but here's the deal cops after break up to large wedding parties the other night for going against corona virus rules officials continue to warn against large gatherings but there were more than fifty people that both of these weddings in New Jersey the White House guidelines say gathering should be limited to ten people so only in New Jersey but then again maybe not S. cancellation sweeping changes to daily life now underway and massive use it falls out on Wall Street south Korean team this is the time of shared sacrifice when I know first hand that we are capable of that here and see what the new normal in America stay informed stay safe and stay with WBZ Boston news radio in London it's ten PM Wednesday in Singapore.

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U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

"Campus of tufts in Medford will be a lonely place come this spring the school decides to hold online classes only because of the corrosive Rhys doubly BC's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting the decision is turning out to be beneficial for one business you hall here on mystic valley parkway Medford is seeing an uptick in business flustered tufts students are showing up looking to store their belongings for both the spring and summer now that the university has decided to cancel in person classes and go strictly online for the upcoming semester Bob core deal is general manager of the U. haul we got a lot quicker than we usually do only to Ranma Morial day we just got to get the boxes in foreign man have storage reform bill says they just got a rush shipment of packing boxes top sophomore grace from Seattle storing her things in a friend's basement not far from tops and needed more boxes I you have a bunch of suitcases and luggage that I use to take myself here I put about boxes store everything Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

"Campus of tufts in Medford will be a lonely place come this spring the school decides to hold online classes only because of the corrosive Rhys doubly BC's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting the decision is turning out to be beneficial for one business you hall here on mystic valley parkway Medford is seeing an uptick in business flustered tufts students are showing up looking to store their belongings for both the spring and summer now that the university has decided to cancel in person classes and go strictly online for the upcoming semester Bob core deal is general manager of the U. haul we got a lot quicker than we usually do only to Ranma Morial day we just got to get the boxes in foreign man have storage reform bill says they just got a rush shipment of packing boxes top sophomore grace from Seattle storing her things in a friend's basement not far from tops and needed more boxes I you have a bunch of suitcases and luggage that I use to take myself here I put about boxes store everything Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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Boston - Tufts suspends in-person classes, asks students not to return after spring break

WBZ Afternoon News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Tufts suspends in-person classes, asks students not to return after spring break

"Tufts University among the wave of colleges canceling in person classes going on online now for the spring semester because of covert nineteen WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe isn't bad for a lot of students here at tufts are scrambling to pack up their dorm rooms and head home before the March sixteenth deadline freshmen's valley from New York City is in full fledged packing mode my dad coming to pick up my stuff and help me move Thursday I'm really just gonna pack everything that I can without his help and then when he comes let's do what we can see in our front line we would rather attend classes in person how do you feel about having to take online I don't like it at all I don't think it's going to work I think everyone's going to be confused one of the reasons we chose the schools because of the good professor so it's definitely not find when you have to take it online if that's what we have to do that so we have to do the seniors I spoke with say this isn't the way they wanted to end their college experience just going home when I come back it's not really the same it's not going to be the real thing Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Desk but retailers along the border and anti competitive position with folks on the other side of the border and it doesn't do much for climate we have an eighteen billion dollar bond bill that's currently before the legislature that will give us the dry powder to do a ton of work glocal roads state roads and public transportation and I hope that something like that bill emerges from this process before the end of the session proponents say the five cent hike would raise half a billion dollars needed for MBTA and road and bridge repairs Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston snooze nine oh three a check on the roads now Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes mica how's it look almost highways are in good shape right now don it's pretty quiet out there for the most part to the north however one twenty eight south has some stop and go through wake field apparently there's a lane taken down after north have that could be a a set up for the night and route one north is pretty slow in revere the crash at route sixty cleared about now five or six minutes ago which should ease out pretty quickly right now all routes three and ninety three north are fine up to the New Hampshire border no delays at all downtown it's quiet the lower dextral drives the Tobin bridge all check out okay all the airport tunnels are good as well the mass turnpikes wide open from the city all the way up past four ninety five it into Grafton he's pounds okay to the expressways in great shape in and out of the city route three or at the speed limit Weymouth down into Plymouth the lower ends of one twenty eight and ninety three are in good shape as well miking WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network John favorite now with the accu weather forecast mostly clear tonight low thirty two and one thirty seven the coast increasingly cloudy tomorrow becoming windy I forty seven windy and colder tomorrow night hello twenty eighth could be a little bit of rain or wet snow for a time it around Boston some steadier snow likely south coast Cape and islands where there could be a coating to an inch or two by Saturday morning and then blustering cold Saturday will turn out mostly.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Will be closing the D. branch of the Green Line for the month of August will be closing them for twenty eight days our team has planned carefully to make sure we're avoiding some of the major institutions that have significant events like college move and it will allow us to do a significant amount of work in one fell swoop shuttle bus service will be available the xcelerated work is expected to cut down the repair scheduled flight eight years Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio arrests and indictments over at the hospital on fort Devons property three oh three on WBZ that story coming up right now it's traffic and weather together and of course they do go together on a day like today Mike we still have some pockets of rain out there Mike is here with the very latest super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes some of the busy highways are to the south right now Lori including the expressway south bound which is already crawling out of the tunnel down past Columbia road to clear the gas tank you're moving better you're back in it by furnace brook parkway northbound locked up before granted have all passed upon that circle and then coming up towards the tunnel to route three south that little back up coming off the expressway it'll be like that all day one twenty eight south delays coming down that's for one in east St ninety three southbound stuff from the expressway twenty four and there's some stop and go coming on twenty four south just coming down from ninety three knob north one twenty eight north not bad just slow getting by ninety three in Woburn ninety three northbound is tough assembly square up to Roosevelt circle and again a pass for one twenty five rue ones off to a pretty good start the pike west has some stop and getting by Newton corner no surprise there downtown the lower decks okay the Tobin bridge outbound backed up the leverage apprentice slow getting up to ninety three and now delays through the Ted Williams tunnel westbound all the way through my king with WBZ's traffic on the three is our mobile check back in ten minutes again rain drizzle font missed clouds we had snow earlier did you wake up a little snow on the grass was probably going to wash away by the time you get home tonight however it's going to get colder so this stuff could freeze continued.

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3 affordable housing projects in Boston are getting a boost from the state

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

3 affordable housing projects in Boston are getting a boost from the state

"The need for more affordable housing was front and center today in East Boston governor Baker lieutenant governor Polito join mayor Walsh at the East Boston neighborhood health center in announcing nearly a dozen low income housing projects are getting a boost from his administration it's about sixty million dollars low income housing tax credits Dodgers and direct subsidies to eleven projects across the Commonwealth aloud about foreign fifty affordable housing units in another hundred fifty regular housing units three of those projects are in Boston mayor Walsh says he's grateful for the helping hand from the states we don't continue invest in for about housing we're going to be a city in the Commonwealth that poor people can't living and working people can't live if we have to continue to make sure we make these investments in East Boston Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Study here they're trying to a temporary residence the United States in order to attend school they are trying to claim that he somehow showed some indicia of wanting to return here permanently there's nothing here that shows that he has no long term significant other here his family is overseas just intending to pursue his degree which are decent supports hops attorneys say that number of Iranians that have been deported has been significantly higher in Boston Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston so six oh three traffic and weather together let's start off with Viking the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes might get Lori with with dealing with troubles on the outer edge of four ninety five all afternoon and it's still a tough go on for ninety five north almost a four mile back up through Milford it's a tractor trailer roll over after route eighty five into the median but they've got the left lane blocked at the scene it'll be like that for a while longer elsewhere the mass pike westbound hung up from Allston Brighton out of the state police barracks but thirty five minutes there he's pounds locked up shortly after one twenty eight in through west Newton and then started around Fenway Park right in towards ninety three up to the north one twenty eight north of tough go through wall famine in from three up to ninety three ninety three northbound Bonsall stop and go for the sake of Bridget through Medford from spot pond a pass commerce way it up after four ninety five to the south the expressways crawling out of the tunnel down to South Bay then granted after the split along the way right lane breakdown after Brian to have northbound delays furnace brook park we have passed a budget circle then approaching the tunnel miking WBZ's traffic on.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Came out for the big sales but forgot to pack her patients I was a very successful because the check out lines was too long anything that really purchased I didn't need it wasn't worth the wait it was something I really wanted I would have spent the time and waited Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio for questions on the way to next year's ballot or first heading to state lawmakers to give them a chance to act before voters get to weigh in supporters of the four propose laws of already submitted the signatures required to secure a spot on the twenty twenty ballot the measures would create a ranked choice voting system in Massachusetts increased funding for the state's struggling nursing homes update the right to repair law governing car repairs and a lot of food stores to sell beer and wine state lawmakers out to the fifth of beta whacked on the four petitions that cleared the signature hurdle in most cases the legislature decides not to act and leaves the fate of the question in the hands of voters Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal praising the federal budget deal that calls for four hundred twenty five million dollars in federal funds so states can enhance election cyber security speaking in Hartford today Blumenthal said the states already leading the nation in safeguarding the electoral process for enhanced election security Connecticut is at the forefront of election security we should be very proud of what we've done in creating Connecticut expected to receive around five point eight billion dollars under the budget deal six thirty seven learn WBZ time for us to check Wall Street we get the latest now from Bloomberg business the nasdaq crossed the nine thousand level for the first time in its history today and that comes less than a year after it first breach eight thousand quite a ride among standouts on the tech heavy index apple shares were up eighty three percent on the year Microsoft up fifty six percent but it's not all tech shares of yoga pants maker lululemon are up sixty eight percent on the year all three main indexes on Wall Street advance today the Dow up a hundred six nasdaq up seventy has to be five hundred up seventeen as a decline in new jobless claim filings heightened hope about the job market and retail industry trackers found the holiday shopping season was strong and day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio six thirty eight on WBZ will check sports next CDW.

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"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kevin tunnicliffe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The ring central news line it is common for many people these days to be worried about robots taking over their jobs as humans are constantly being researched robots interacting side by side WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting three professors and a hundred and twenty grad students are doing research all part of a three million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation Trina she's a five foot tall read in grade telerobotic intelligent nursing assistant when I met Trina in the lab here at WPI a nursing student was practicing maneuvering the robot to pick up clothing and other items and place them in a bin assistant professor of mechanical engineering and robotics Jane Lee says Trina could be very useful as a nursing assistant in cases dealing with infectious diseases serving food beverage medicine cops moving portable medical devices being patient bad for taking vital signs a lot of house car doll dirty and dangers if it's relevant to infectious disease they're also studying human interaction and response to robot technology in the workplace Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio attacks to many of us got yesterday it seemed out of place in there was good reason for a Valentine's day wasn't late this year but the love messages were a tech firm blames an internal maintenance Coolidge and delaying some one hundred sixty thousand texts that were sent on February fourteenth they were just delivered this week but because of hard braking situations one person received a message from an ex boyfriend who had died another said she received an old message from her sister saying that their mom was upbeat and doing well she knew that message was old their mother died in June but delayed messages were sent from and received by both iPhones and android phones and complaints involved T. mobile or sprint although eighteen T. and Verizon have been mentioned as well Todd and.

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Vape detectors proposed for Easton school bathrooms

WBZ Morning News

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Vape detectors proposed for Easton school bathrooms

"The town of eastern. Now joining the growing list of Massachusetts communities, trying to combat the issue of teen vaping in its schools. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports that the school committee will vote tomorrow on a proposal to install vaping detectors at the high school nonprofit eastern wings of hope is donating the thirteen detectors to the school district to be installed in the restrooms at Oliver. Ames high school school committee chair Nancy DeLuca says that I there was some concern over privacy issues when it said that it would detect noise level fluctuations. We were concerned that they would be recording students in the restrooms, but it doesn't film, anybody it doesn't record the voices. It's mostly a sensor to different chemical changes in the two. I levels of noise parent. Jessica Russo believes the devices are needed. She's noticed a big increase in the number of students vaping at the high school. We'll driving out of the parking lot, say see smoke coming out of lots of different cars. Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's

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